The School caters for classes from VI to XII under the
10+2scheme of Education, and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary
Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Admissions are made in classes VI and IX only.
The School prepares the students for the following
(a) All India Secondary School Examination (Std. X) conducted
by the CBSE, New Delhi. The medium of instruction is English. While English and
Hindi are compulsory subjects, an option has to be exercised between Manipuri
and Sanskrit upto class VIII. Other main subjects taught upto class X are
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Life Science, History and Civics, Economics,
Geography, SUPW, Health & Physical Education as prescribed by the CBSE.
(b) All India Senior School Certificate Examination (Std. XII)
conducted by the CBSE, New Delhi. The school caters for the SCIENCE STREAM only
and the subjects taught are English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and
(c) The Union Public Service Commission Examination for
admission to the National Defence Academy.
The School offers Computer as a subject to the students upto
class 12. All students get ample opportunity to handle computers and gain
knowledge about the latest hardware and software. The School at present has
well equipped computer laboratory with 70 computers and few more are
likely to be added soon.
Private tuitions in school are not permitted. Special tutorial
classes are arranged to pay individual attention to academically weak boys.
Parents are, however, advised to arrange for intensive coaching of their wards
during the vacations to help them in further improving their knowledge.
EXAMINATIONS AND TESTS
The examination system consists of two term tests held in the
months of Aug-Sep and Nov-Dec respectively, followed by the annual examination
at the end of the academic session. Progress reports are sent to the parents
immediately after the tests are over. Those students who do not show
satisfactory progress are warned at the end of each exam, and their
parents/guardians are also informed. Special attention is thereafter given to
these students by conducting remedial extra classes.
The minimum marks required for promotion to next class are 40%
in each subject and 50% in aggregate. If a student fails, he is withdrawn from
A repository of knowledge, having more than 10,000 books, with
a separate reference section having select books and encyclopedias cater to the
needs of students of all classes. The reading section subscribes to many
leading Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals. The school also provides
inter.net facility to explore the global information and gain latest knowledge.