A well structured International Curriculum has been designed which is a blend of all four curriculums - Kindergarten, Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf.

Class I to V:
Proposed ICSE and Cambridge International Primary Programme.

Class V I to VIII:
Proposed ICSE and IGCSE Curriculum.

Classes IX to X
  • 2 Modules are designed by us.
  • CIE curriculum for IGCSE which will culminate in A/S levels in class XI and A levels in class XII, Further, in class VIII, special inputs for coursework is introduced for students appearing for IGCSE.

  • 1st Language English
  • 2nd Language Bengali / Hindi / French
  • 3rd Language Mizo / Japanese / French

Special Programmes (INTRODUCTORY)
  • Extra care in English
  • Extra care in Mathematics
  • Scientific Innovations
  • Theater in Education
  • These programmers are expected to be introduced soon and will cater to all students.

Mode Of Assessment
Progress and development of each student is closely monitored. We are in favor of a continuous and comprehensive mode of assessment and put more emphasis on grading rather that making.

We have devised new approach to homework. Learning can be easy when it is fun. The salient features are:
  • Home work time table set for the week 2 subjects/day, practice on the lesson taught.
  • Self-study assignments have to be completed in school, and can be taken home only in exceptional cases.
  • Homework will be evenly spread and specific days will be earmarked for specific subject, e.g., English & Maths on Monday, Science on Tuesday and likewise.
  • The innovative and structured Homework Framework is expected to be welcomed by our students and make them enjoy their homework.
International General Certificate of Secondary Education
Students in the age bracket of 14 to 16 years who obtain IGCSE qualification from Cambridge are prepared for further academic pursuit including progression to A and AS Level.
The curriculum offers a balanced mix of theory and practical from subjects in Languages, Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics and Creative Technical and Vocational.
Aspirants whose first language is not English may also pursue this course.
IGCSE is conducted in over 100 countries worldwide and is globally recognized as equivalent to the GCSE in the UK. Grading comes on an eight-point scale (A* to G).

International A Level and Advanced Subsidiary Qualifications
International A Level is globally recognized as a pre-requisite for pursuing higher education. This course imparts on the students the required in-depth knowledge and skill.
International AS Level is an optional one mostly pursued at the mid-point of A Level program.
Both these are widely popular amongst the aspirants for their immense academic value across the globe and flexibility. Students can select the ideal one from a wide range of assessment option.
A and AS Level examinations take place twice a year (June and November) # and the syllabus are scientifically devised which primarily aim at the convenience of an international scholar.
some subjects are only available either in June or in November


The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is the world's most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year-olds. It develops successful students, giving them excellent preparation for their next steps in education, and equips them with invaluable skills for future life. The challenging course enables students to learn more than facts. It encourages students to ask challenging questions and to develop intercultural understanding while maintaining a strong sense of their own identity and culture.
The IGCSE syllabus is broad-based and has a very strong stress on application-based learning. It lays emphasis on inculcating the spirit of enquiry. It teaches you to teach yourself as opposed to being taught. This approach is what makes it very special, not only for those planning to study abroad, but also for those who define education as the creation of an independent thinking mind.
The IGCSE programmes are recognized around the world and in India. The curriculum, pedagogy and activities focus on international perspectives making students global citizens in the true sense of the word. The curriculum contains five groups from which the students may choose as per their inclinations and talents. At the end of the programme students are assessed by the school as well as the IGCSE examiners.


AS and A levels are one of the main routes into higher education such as:

  • Medical courses: The medical degree courses include MBBS, BDS, B. Pharm., Nursing and BPT.
  • Engineering courses: Engineering courses include B. Engg. in all streams - civil, mechanical, electrical, electronics, instrumentation, computer, aeronautical engineering and so on. They're also useful if you want to go straight into a job, such as office administration or trainee accountancy.

General F A Q's :

Question 1: What are the benefits of the AS & A Level Programme when compared with other curricula?
Answer: Most importantly, perhaps, the A Level programme fosters the spirit of learning through questioning and discovery-the finding out of the 'why', not just the learning of the 'what'. Its balanced combination of Commerce and Science subjects avoids premature specialization, while its international perspective encourages students to learn about their own culture and those of others. Universities and employers thus know that the successful A Level student is intelligent, well organized, hard-working, internationally aware and capable of the critical and creative thinking that tomorrow's world demands.

Question 2: Is the A Level Qualification recognized by universities worldwide?
Answer: Yes, the A Level Qualification is recognized and welcomed all over the world.

Question 3: Is the A Level Qualification recognized in India?
Answer: Yes, The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) recognizes the A Level as equivalent to the Plus Two (10 + 2) Class of the Senior Secondary School, which is the eligibility criterion for admission to the undergraduate courses in universities in India.

Question 4: Will an A Level student be able to appear for the entrance examinations for admission to professional courses like engineering, medicine, management, law, etc. in India and with what chance of success?
Answer: The students will not only be able to appear for exams like CET, PMT, IIT, BMS, BMCCC but will also find themselves better equipped due to the in depth and self-study undertaken during the A Level Programme. The student must however be familiar with required subject combinations, and levels that would ensure student eligibility for particular professional course.

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