Curriculum

Our curriculum provides pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens. It introduces pupils to the best that has been thought and said; and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement. The content and curriculum is the core of any education process; it is the entire painted canvas of knowledge that encompasses every essential component in preparing a student for life. At New Era we conscientiously seek ways to enrich the curriculum through sport, cultural activities, social activities, arts & crafts and hobbies. 

The school follows XSEED curriculum based on the prescribed CBSE content from Class I – VIII. The XSEED modalities ensure that each child has strong hold on fundamental concepts and develops acute critical thinking skills necessary in higher order learning. These critical thinking skills and life skills are integrated in Curriculum to ensure that students are aware about national and international issues. Undoubtedly the focus is on the overall development. The curriculum is characterised to instill in students the qualities of sincerity, endurance, integrity and honesty. 

For senior students the school offers the following courses of study in class XI & XII:

  • Science: Medical and Non Medical (Computers / Economics)
  • Commerce
  • Humanities

In addition to preparation for Board Examinations the curriculum is such that it endeavors to meet the wider needs and aspirations of all students. For this purpose, we offer 16+ academic disciplines in higher secondary classrooms. Our curriculum planning is proactively undertaken, in order to ensure that course work remains innovative to ensure that language and other disciplines are strongly inter linked. 
Throughout school life the curriculum comprises lays great emphasis on language and Effective Communication Skills, Analytical ability, acute awareness of history, Geographical Knowledge and Environmental Factors, enquiry and development scientific temperament and continuous development of the physical self. 

 

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