Curriculum, Syllabus, Textual

Secondary (IX – X) Curriculum
ISM has implemented the scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) since October 2009, as per CBSE guidelines.

It consists of Formative and Summative Assessments over the entire period of learning schedule rather than a one-slot three hour examination at the end of a course of learning.

The Formative Assessment constitutes of the weekly teacher constituted Tests, activities, oral assessments, debates, projects, role-play, etc. These assessments provide continuous feedback to both the teachers and learners for diagnosis and remedial regarding transactional activities and learning.

The summative assessment, which is a pen and paper examination at the end of each semester, measures or ‘sums up’ how much a student, has learnt from the prescribed course.
The overall assessment of a child constitutes of both scholastic and co-scholastic areas that include lifeskills, values and attitudes, physical education, art, dance, music, SUPW, and work experience.
Every child’s performance in scholastic as well as co-scholastic would be denoted in grades.

Senior (XI – XII) Curriculum
Students of Class XI and XII may take Science, Commerce or Humanities course, each of which cover 5 subjects.
The Science Course: English, Physics and Chemistry are the compulsory subjects for the students .

The Medical Stream : This has Biology as the fourth subject while the fifth subject can be Maths or Psychology.

The Non MedicalStream :This has fourth subject as Mathematics and the fifth subject can be Computer Science or Informative Practices.

The Commerce Course: English, Accountancy, Business Studies and Economics are compulsory subjects. For the fifth subject, students have a choice of Mathematics / Information Technology.

The Humanities Course: English is a compulsory subject. Other choices are :
– Economics
– Entreprenuership
– Psychology
-Physical Educatiion

The class XII course culminates in the All India Senior Secondary Examinations, which is also conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education.