Academics

ACADEMICS

The purpose of the school is to give best possible academics; and, all requisite subjects are taught including yoga, music, art, dance, GK, MS, environmental science, computer science. We are also emphasizing on communication, personality development and sports including badminton, cricket, soccer, basketball, volleyball, etc. There are regular physical exercise sessions to keep students healthy under the guidance of an army instructor. We try our best to develop potential and personal skills of our students; building strong moral character of the students is one of the functions of the institution.

Chandra Shaikhar Sr. Secondary Public School runs from Nursery to Class XII as per the syllabus of C.B.S.E. Dedicated and qualified teachers are appointed to enrich the academic aspect of the pupils. Teachers are routinely supervised by the principal and their activities are monitored at all levels to ensure perfection. It is said that ‘the greatest room in the world is the room for improvement’. Teachers monitor academic performance of the students and give progressive directions accordingly. We believe that process of finding good teachers is like the effort of searching gold and diamond, where one has to dig, sweat and search. And we at C.S.P.S. consistently try to source the best.

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
To ensure all-rounded development of children, the school offers various extra-curricular activities like debates, dramatics, recitation, music, dance along with other special interest clubs and societies. Students at young age are very energetic and have a lot of potential. Therefore, it is essential to allow them to explore their interests and talents without compromising on quality of studies. Regular exercise coupled with a 15 minute yoga session is a part of the daily assembly.

  •  GAMES AND SPORTS
    The school doesn’t consider sports to be secondary but to be one of the primary functions of the institution. We offer various games for the students including cricket, basketball, soccer, athletics, badminton and basketball. Regular P.T sessions are organized for overall development of the students.

    To touch the concept of ‘healthy mind resides in a healthy body, every opportunity is provided to the students to develop the sense of sportsmanship. Sports events are organized regularly including Annual day ceremony. Inter-house sports competitions promote the competitive spirit in students.

    School has a vast sports complex in the campus including race tracks. To ensure student safety, physical education teachers supervise the different games. On special occasions, extra expert coaches are hired to provide specific skills to children. The school playground also houses a separate playground with swings, slides, bars, see-saw etc.

  • &FINE ARTS
    Art and craft is an integral part of education. Subjects like Music, Indian Dance, Painting, and Sculpture are also provided for the students wishing to pursue studies in these disciplines. Hand-work, needle work, painting modeling, patch work etc. are offered as well. A big auditorium is managed in which training in dances, music, plays, anacolotes electro elocution and discussion is imparted. A complete music system is also provided for the practice.

  •  COMPETITION AND EVENTS
    In order to promote sprit of competition and to develop capabilities of management and self discipline the students from class I to X are grouped in three houses, namely ‘Ashoka, Tagore, and Raman’. A number of inter house competitions are organized throughout the year in order to bring out the hidden potentialities of each child to lime light. The best performers are honored and given suitable prizes to inspire them to do even better. The spirit of active participation and co-operation offers opportunities to each student in the culmination of individual talent to enable them to become a citizen of repute.

  •  CANTEEN
    The school encourages students to bring lunch from home since parents are best able to ensure that the child is getting a healthy and nutritionally well-balanced diet. It also deters students from seeking and spending parents’ money frequently on account of food, which might additionally be unhealthy.

  •  LIBRARY
    A well-equipped library with more than 10,800 books belonging to different subjects is established to make sure that all children read through the available books in a conducive atmosphere so as to enrich their young minds. Students can borrow the books of their choice with in no time and can have them re-issued the same for a week period. Those students who cannot afford buying books can get the books they desire for the whole academic session. Various magazines periodicals, news papers also are available in the library to enhance the knowledge. For younger kids, suitable interesting story books and rhymes with pictures and illustrations displayed are also stocked. The current library will be shifting to much larger premises with audiovisual lab.

  •  COMPUTER LAB
    To keep pace with the modern world of Information Technology we have established a well-equipped computer lab and each child is provided attention to develop computer skills. There are qualified instructors to help students learn most effectively.

  •  AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS
    All the teachers use different Audio-Visual Aids while teaching in the class. In junior classes, record players, cassettes players, charts diagrams models are liberally used to make the teaching interesting and effective. This is one of the Teaching Aids which help teachers to let the topic be more understandable to the students.

  •  SCIENCE LABORATORIES
    Full-scale laboratories are provided for biology, physics, and chemistry subjects. Students are able to utilize well-equipped science laboratory to attain the practical knowledge and may be able to apply in day-to-day life.
    There is a computer lab and school will soon be adding laboratories like history, geography, and languages

  •  TOURS AND EXCURSIONS
    Plan for regular tours and educational excursions are designed to ensure the general awareness among the students and to develop the habit of learning by observing. Such outings make them aware of the environmental changes from that occur place to place as well as encourage the ability of arranging things and managing themselves.

  •  TRANSPORT
    Transport facility by school bus is provided to all desirous students on multiple routes covering almost all locations where the students reside. Students who wish to avail this facility have to pay eleven month fees during one academic session. If any student wishes to cease this facility, he/she shall apply one month prior. The bus transportation fee is charged for full month even if the student availed the facility for part of the month. School authorities will not be responsible for any incident or injury if caused due to any accident in spite of all precautions. No claims of any compensations of any type will be paid to anyone in any case.

  •  MEDICAL CARE
    Free regular medical checkup of every student is conducted by qualified experienced doctors to ensure good health of the students. Based on this preliminary exam, students are given appropriate guidance and guardians are requested to ensure that they follow-up with other doctors for treatment of any issue in the student’s interest. First aid is provided at the spot.

  •  FILTERED COLD WATER
    Electric water filters are setup to provide filtered cold water free from all impurities to the students for drinking. They need not to come to school with water bottles with them. These water filters machines are run throughout the school hours.

  •  SCHOOL STRUCTURE
    School is divided in the form of IV levels.
    Level I – [Nursery, L.K.G, U.K.G] These are the initial stages of a child’s education where the foundations are laid and nurturing is offered by introducing basic appropriate learning outcomes in a caring environment for their tender age.

     Level II – [I to V] Students at this age group are extremely curious and they want to know everything around them. It is thus a good time to introduce them to basic concepts with daily life applications and make them aware of their surroundings.

    Level III – [VI to VIII] A stage for a student to build a high attitude, morale, vision and develop some principles, etc. The knowledge gained in different disciplines during these years can almost always be useful throughout lifetime and constitute a student’s general knowledge.

    Level IV – [IX, XII]  This is the level that serves as stepping stones for students to increasingly be sure of what subjects interest them more over others A stage for student to make up his mind to implement what he want to do in his life or have a long vision.

  •  SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED

    • Topper of 9th class gets 100% free education in 10th class.
    • Student who scores maximum marks from 1st to 5th ? in any of these subjects: Science, Mathematics, English and Hindi gets 100% relaxation in Tuition Fee? For which class??
    • Student who scored maximum marks from 6th to 10th in any of these subjects: Science, Mathematics, English and Hindi from 6th to 10th will get 100% relaxation in Tuition Fee.
    • Those coming from poor families get tuition fees as a whole or partially exempted.
    • Disabled is imparted free education at all the level.
    • In addition to above, various merit-based and need-based scholarships are offered by the management for deserving candidates.

  •  AFFILIATION
    C.S.P.S. is affiliated with C.B.S.E, New Delhi up to Sr. Secondary level imparting instructions in all subjects prescribed by the board.

  •  CURRICULUM
    As the school is affiliated with C.B.S.E, New Delhi, it follows up the instructions related to the curriculum and syllabus given by the Board and N.C.E.R.T. At present the following subjects are being taught at different classes: -

    L.K.G & U.K.G: English, Hindi, Math, Nature Study, G.K, Drawing, speaking and expressing in English and Hindi along with the use of play material.

    Class I to V: English, Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Social Studies, E.V.S, Art & Craft, Moral Science, G.K, and Computer Science.

    Class VI to VIII: English, Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Social Studies, E.V.E, Art & Craft, Moral Science, G.K, Computer Science, Sanskrit.

    Class IX & X: English, Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Social Studies, Drawing, Work Experience, Computer Science, Physical Education.

    Class XI& XII: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Accounts, Economis, Business Studies, Information Practices, computer Science, Physical Education,

  •  SCHOOL CALENDAR
    A separate printed list containing dates and timings of various examinations and tests, inter house competitions, list of holidays, parent teacher meeting dates is handed out to all the students of the institution in the 2nd week of April every year. Split up syllabus followed monthly is also provided and is strictly adhered to.

  •  ACADEMIC SESSION
    The new Academic Session starts from the 1st week of April and ends on last week of March of the next year. From end of 3rd week of May to 30th June Summer Vacations are availed.

  •  REMEDIAL CLASSES
    For 10th standard students, remedial classes are arranged just after the regular school timings. In these classes, students with academic challenges can get their problems solved individually. No extra charges of any type is demanded to run these classes.

  •  EXAMINATION
    The examination system is in the form of class test, unit test, half yearly and annual examinations, and is spread out over the whole academic session. In the lower classes, day to day routine progress of the child is observed and assessed. The formal examination is avoided to keep the child free from the examination stress. In upper classes, periodical testing and evaluation in the form of unit tests is conducted. Weight age is given to the accumulated credits on these tests while considering the annual progress. The grading system is followed along with the marking system.

  •  ATTENDANCE
    For students to be eligible to appear in the examination, they must attend 80% of their total classes. For students of class X, this limit is 75% as per direction of the C.B.S.E. The students are advised to be very particular towards attendance. Those joining the institution in the middle of the session are required to bring the attendance record from their previous school which is then coupled with the attendance at C.S.P.S. to validate that satisfactory attendance requirement is met.

  •  SCHOOL UNIFORM
    It is mandatory for the students to attend the school in the prescribed school uniform. On Saturdays, students are required to come in P.T uniform, which includes white uniform socks with P.T shoes.

    SUMMER (Boys)

    Nursery to UKG – Navy blue short, red check (small) shirt, school belt, badge, tie, white socks, black shoes (Plain)
    Saturday – White shorts, white shirt, school belt, school tie, white socks and white P.T shoes and badge.
    I to V – Navy blue short, sky blue check (small) shirt, school belt, badge, tie, white socks, black shoes (Plain)
    Saturday – White shorts, white shirt, school belt, school tie, white socks and white P.T shoes and badge.
    VI to XII – Navy blue pant, sky blue shirt (small check), school belt, school tie, badge, white socks, black
    shoes. (Plain)
    Saturday – White shorts, white shirt, school belt, school tie, badge, white socks and white P.T shoes. (Plain)

    SUMMER (Girls)
    Nursery to VIII – Navy blue skirt, sky blue check (small) shirt, school belt, tie, badge, white socks, black shoes (Plain)
    Saturday – White skirt, white shirt, school belt, school tie, badge, white socks and white P.T shoes.
    IX to XII – Blue check (small) Kurta, white salwar, white organdi dupatta, school badge, white socks, white P.T shoes. (Plain)
    Saturday – White kurta (plain), white salwar, white organdi dupatta, school badge, white socks and P.T
    shoes.

    WINTER (Boys)
    Nursery to XII – Navy blue pant, sky blue check (small) shirt, school belt, tie, badge, sky blue pullover, navy blue blazer with school monogram, white socks, black shoes.
    Saturday – White pant, white shirt, school belt, tie, badge, sky blue pull over, navy blue blazer, white socks and white P.T shoes.

    WINTER (Girls)
    Nursery to VIII – Navy blue skirt, sky blue check (small) shirt, school tie, belt, badge, sky blue pullover, navy blue blazer with school monogram, white socks, black shoes. (plain)
    Saturday – White skirt, white shirt, belt, tie, badge, sky blue pullover, navy blue blazer, white socks and
    white P.T shoes.
    IX to XII – Blue check (small) kurta, white salwar, white organdi dupatta, school badge, Sky blue pull over, navy blue blazer, white socks and white P.T shoes. (plain)
    Saturday – White kurta, white salwar, white organdi dupatta, school badge, tie, sky blue blazer, white socks and white P.T shoes.

  •  SCHOOL TIMINGS
    During the academic session, the following time schedule is observed.
    SUMMER – from 7:50 am to 1:20 pm (from beginning of the session up to 30th October)
    WINTER – from 8:20 am to 2:00 pm (from 1st November to 31st of March)
    Students are advised to reach the school at least 5 min earlier the school time fixed.

  •  SCHOOL DIARY
    To ensure proper interaction between the school authorities and guardians/parents, a printed school diary is provided to each student. The diary reflects the activity, academics, home work assigned by the teachers which are to be given due weightage and may require assistance by the parents. This diary must be read by the parents daily. Parents shall write their own remarks too in the diary so that they and the teachers can be in sync at all times about the progress of the child. To maintain the diary regularly is the duty of the student.

  •  IDENTITY CARD
    The school issues an identity card bearing the photograph and all the particulars of the students. Each student while coming to the school must wear his/her identity card daily. It may be kept in the pockets if it does not have a string. Every time the students go out to represent the school it is a must carry. In case the identity card is lost, an application with the request to issue a second copy along with the due payment shall be submitted to the school as soon as the loss is detected.

  •  PARENT-TEACHER MEETINGS
    All the parents are requested to attend the teachers-parents meet on the designated day in order to know the academic progress and other activities of their ward. They are welcome to give healthy suggestions for the improvement. They can meet with the subject teacher to be well acquainted with the problems faced by the teacher or their ward to find out the best possible course of action.

  •  MEETING WITH THE PRINCIPAL
    The principal would always be delighted to interact with the parents or guardians in the principal’s office only on Saturday’s between 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Parents/ Guardians can discuss various problems regarding the progress of the child and seek opinions and suggestions from the principal to ensure better performance of their wards.

  •  VACATIONS
    Summer Vacations– 21st May to 30th June
    Autumn Break – 1 week (probable) month?
    Winter Break – 10 days (probable) January 1st week.
    Note: - For Xth class students, extra classes may be held during vacation time if the academic session does not suffice to prepare them fully.