|| Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara is a Fully Residential and Co-Educational School Affiliated to CBSE Code No. 43127, Under Affiliation No. 630140, has been established by Director of Higher Education, Himachal Pradesh and Approved Vide Notification No - EDN-H 21)A(1) p.s-11/2010-SLN-NOC on November 2010.



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Kasauli International Public school success depends on the contribution of all students, parents and staff. We invite you to be an integral part of our growth and success. A good attitude, excellent attendance and goals for academic achievement will ensure a quality experience for all students. We wish to educate ourselves, learning from past mistakes and living in the present circumstances, to envision a future that is pioneering and pragmatic.

Examination activities are revised in activity calendar/ Almanac for everyone reference:-

A. The Quarterly Examination will be in first-second week of April with 30% syllabus of two hours paper of 50 marks.
B. Half Yearly Examination will be in first –second week of June (before summer vacation) with 50% syllabus of two hours paper of 50 marks (Passing marks 17).
C. Pre- Annual Examination will be in Third-Fourth week of September with 70% syllabus of two hours paper of 50 marks (Passing marks 17).
D. Annual Examination will be in First –Second week of December with Term Two 50% syllabus for I to VIII Std and 100% for IX,X & XII Std (80 marks paper for IX & X- Second Pre Board for three hours) . It is important to note that the Final Examination of X Std. shall be in month of March along with XII Std. in absolute external pattern of CBSE.
E. The Final Compilation by school or CBSE will be based on best two attempts by student out of three periodicals. 10+ 10= 20 % will be added as internal assessment and 80% will be only of Final Examination.
F. There shall be periodical notebook maintenance 5%based on Regularity, Assignment completion, Neatness & upkeep, Index, Paging & Certification. The average 5 marks will be converted into the periodic aggregate.
G. There shall be Subject Enrichment Activities 5% based on activities comprising ASL/Reading/Dictation// Debate/ Public Speaking etc. for languages, Lab activities/Projects/ Map work/ Model Making/ Field Trips etc for other subjects. The average 5 marks will be converted into the periodic aggregate.


 

Scheme of Studies



SUBJECTS

DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECTS

 

COMPULSORY

SUBJECT 1

Language 1

SUBJECT 2

Language 2

SUBJECT 3

Science

SUBJECT 4

Mathematics

SUBJECT 5

Social Science

 

OPTIONAL

SUBJECT 6

SKILL SUBJECT *

SUBJECT 7

Language 3 / Any Academic subject other than those opted above

SUBJECTS OF INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

{Assessment and certification at school level}

SUBJECT 8 AND 9

Art Education

 

Health & Physical Education (Work Experience subsumed)

a)*If a student fails in any one of the three compulsory academic subjects (i.e. Science, Mathematics and Social Science) and passes in the Skill subject (offered as 6th optional subject), then it will be replaced by the Skill subject and result of Class X Board examination will be computed accordingly.

b)Students offering additional sixth skill subject may also offer an additional language III/subject as 7th subject.

c)Computer Application (Code 165), Information Technology (Code 402), Artificial Intelligence (Code 417) and Media (Code 415) cannot be taken together.

d)For further details, please refer to the CBSE Secondary School Curriculum 2019-2020.

Subject I

Language I :English or Hindi

Subject II

Language II : Language other than Language I
or
an elective subject from Academic Electives in lieu of Language II

Subject III, IV & V

Two elective subject from Academic Electives and one Skill subject from Skill Electives
or
One elective subject from Academic Electives and Two Skill subjects from Skill Electives
or
Three Skill subjects from Skill Electives
or
Three Academic Electives

Subject VI - Additional Subject (optional)

one language at elective level or
one subject from Academic Electives or
any one subject from Skill Electives

Sub VII to VIII
(Subjects of internal assessment)

501-General Foundation Course 502-Physical and Health Education

Notes:

  1. Out of the languages, one shall be English or Hindi, both English and Hindi can also be offered simultaneously.
  2. The same language can be offered only at one level i.e. Core/ Elective.
  3. The List of Skill Electives available is attached. Subjects as prescribed under Skill Courses are to be opted. However, Scheme of Studies may be referred.
  4. Physics (042) and Applied Physics (838 ) cannot be taken together
  5. Chemistry(043) and Applied Chemistry (839) cannot be taken together
  6. Mathematics(041) and Applied Mathematics (840) cannot be taken together
  7. Informatics Practice (065) cannot be taken with Information Technology (802) and Web Application (803).
  8. Business Studies (054) and Business Administrations (833) cannot be taken together.


Accreditation

Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognized by the Department of Education, Government of Himachal Pradesh.

Curriculum – Middle, High & Senior Secondary Level

Kasauli International Public School, Sanwara is affiliated to CBSE with classes from II to XII. The school follows the CBSE curriculum in Classes IX to XII and uses NCERT books in various subjects. In Classes VI-VIII also, the school follows primarily NCERT books and guidelines.

[ Curriculum IX-X and XI-XII ]

Subjects Taught in various Classes



SUBJECTS

CLASSES VI – VIII

CLASSES IX – X

Language 1

English

English

Language 2

Hindi

Hindi

Elective 1

Mathematics

Mathematics

Elective 2

Science

Science

Elective 3

Social Studies

Social Studies

Language 3

Sanskrit/Punjabi

Sanskrit/Punjabi

Information Technology

Information Technology (Class IX and X) – Optional



Science, Commerce and Humanities are offered at Senior Secondary Level.



CLASS XI-XII

SCIENCE STREAM
(Non-medical)

SCIENCE STREAM
(Medical)

COMMERCE STREAM
(With Mathematics)

COMMERCE STREAM
(Without Mathematics)

HUMANITIES STREAM

English*

English*

English*

English*

English*

Mathematics

Biology

Mathematics /Physical Education

Economics

Mathematics /Physical Education

Physics

Physics

Business Studies

Business Studies

Informatics Practices/Information Technology, Economics/Hindi, Geography,Political Science,

Chemistry

Chemistry

Accountancy

Accountancy

Informatics Practices/Information Technology (Optional) and Physical Education

Informatics Practices/Information Technology (Optional) and Physical Education

Economics and Informatics Practices/Information Technology

Informatics Practices/Information Technology (Optional) and Physical Education


Note: Work Experience, Art Education, Physical Education and Sports are also compulsory for the students.

Curriculum – Primary Level

The primary school curriculum is based on the NCERT guidelines and focuses on laying the foundations of knowledge, skills and attitudes which will guide the young learners for life.


The KEY LEARNING DOMAINS which are focused are:

  • Language and Literacy (Listening, Reading, Writing & Communication skills)
  • Numeracy (Mathematical thinking and reasoning)
  • Personal, Social & Emotional Development (Self Awareness & Social Awareness)
  • Discovery of the World – (Environmental awareness)
  • Motor Skills development (Physical & Health Education)
  • Aesthetics & Creative Expression (Art Education)

PRIMARY CLASSES II TO V

At this stage too, the curriculum supports experiential learning, focuses on conceptual clarity by relating learning to everyday life, developing thinking and analytical skills. The curriculum also aims at nurturing the affective domain of the learners through subjects and activities which will help develop the basic life skills in the learner – self-awareness, effective communication skills and emotional strength. The pedagogy at this stage is not absolutely fixed, structured or prescribed but it is multi-dimensional and flexible, which gives the learner ample opportunities to explore and discover.


The learning areas include:

  1. Languages (English, Hindi) – Acquire the skills of listening, speaking, reading & writing, acquire varied range of vocabulary, develop interpersonal communication skills and express meaningfully. Third Language is introduced in Class IV. These languages are taught through activities with an aim to initiate the language in a fun way. However, a more structured syllabus is followed in the upper primary stage.

  1. Mathematics – Performing operation of numbers, understanding shapes, similarities and differences, collecting data, representing and analysing the data, identifying patterns in shapes and numbers etc.

  2. Environmental Science – To make them aware of their surroundings, appreciative of and sensitive of environmental issues (natural, physical, social and cultural)

  3. Information & Communication technology

  4. Visual Arts & Performing Arts

  5. Physical & Health Education

  6. Life skills & Value Education


Children also get opportunities to join various hobby clubs as per their interest and aptitude. They participate in intra-section and inter-section competitions, class assemblies, annual days, celebrations and social awareness campaigns.


The scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), as designed and laid out by the CBSE & NCERT, is followed in the Junior School. Formal test & Exams are introduced in Class IV.