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Curriculum

SKPS is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), under the Government of India. The syllabus and curriculum are in line with the CBSE system. Every March, CBSE conducts the final examinations for Classes 10 and 12. Private text books are followed from class I to V; and NCERT text books from class VI to XII.

The School follows the Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme involving four formative and two summative assessments. It helps improve performance by identifying the learning difficulties of each student at regular intervals right from the beginning of the academic session and taking remedial measures. The CCE scheme offers schools the flexibility to plan their own academic schedules as per specified guidelines.

The following subjects are taught in Sai Krishna Public School:

Classes I to VIII

English, Malayalam, Hindi, Maths, General Science, Social Studies, General Knowledge (GK), Computer Science, Art, Moral Science, Physical Education, Music, Work Education and Environmental Studies (EVS).

Classes IX and X

Communicative English, Malayalam, Hindi, Maths, General Science, Social Science, Moral Science, Computer Science, Art, Physical Education, Music and Environmental Studies (EVS).

Classes XI and XII

Communicative English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Physical Education, Business Studies, Economics, Accountancy, Tourism and Catering Technology

Why CBSE?

CBSE has the following educational objectives:

  • Affiliating institutions for the purpose of examinations and raising the educational standards of the country.
  • Prescribing and updating the course of instructions and examinations
  • Defining suitable approaches of scholastic activities to make education more stress-free, student-centred and holistic
  • Collecting feedback from stakeholders to analyse and monitor quality
  • Controlling and coordinating implementation of various academic and training programmes, supervising other agencies and developing norms for implementation of academic activities
  • Adapting and innovating methods to achieve academic excellence in line with social, psychological and pedagogical principles
  • Encouraging schools to document the progress of students in a student-friendly way
  • Proposing plans to achieve quality benchmarks in school education consistent with the National goals
  • Updating the professional competency of teachers by organising capacity building and empowerment programmes
  • Prescribing conditions of examinations and conducting public examinations at the end of Class X and XII
  • Granting qualifying certificates to successful candidates of the affiliated schools
  • Fulfilling the educational requirements of parents likely to be transferred nation-wide

The CBSE focuses on innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student-friendly and student-centred paradigms, reforms in examinations and evaluation practices, skill-learning through job-oriented and job-linked inputs and conduct of in-service training programmes, workshops, etc., for teachers and administrators to update their pedagogical skills.