The program covers the school curriculum of the following subjects for the class X:
- Sciences (Physics; Chemistry; Biology)
The course will commence in July and will continue till the student appears for his/her final examinations at school for the academic year.
"Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE)" Examination is designed to provide a course of general education, in line with the recommendations of the Education Policy 1986, through the medium of English. ICSE Examination presupposes a school course of a ten year duration (Classes I-X). All students who take the exam are required to enter and sit for six subjects in addition to Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW). Private students are not permitted to appear for the examination.
Subjects for ICSE Examination for Class X
|Subject||Percentage of Marks|
|External Examination||Internal Assessment|
|Group I: (Compulsory)|
|A Second Language||80||20|
|History, Civics and Geography||80||20|
|Group II: (Any two of the subjects given under thisgroup))|
|Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)||80||20|
|A Modern Foreign Language||80||20|
|A Classical Language||80||20|
|Group II: (Any one of the subjects given under thisgroup))|
|Technical Drawing Applications||50||50|
|A Modern Foreign Language||50||50|
Students whose attendance is at least 75% of total number of working days are eligible to sit for the examination. The pass mark (which is calculated considering the best of five subjects offered by a student including English) for each subject is 35%.
No student, except as otherwise exempted by the Council, shall be awarded a "Pass Certificate" unless he/she has attained a pass grade in SUPW and Community Service as examined/assessed internally by the school in addition to fulfilling the above conditions.
The list of the material (number of copies) for the class 10 is as follows:
Class 10: 9 study material booklets, 8 workbooks and 106 test papers.
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