The school curriculum includes:-
English, Hindi, Gujarati and Sanskrit.
Mathematics, General Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology), Social Science (History, Geography, Civics & Economics), Physical Education, Environmental Studies, Art & Music.
English Core, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Psychology or Physical Education, Biology or Computer Science, Geography.
English Core, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Informatics Practices or Entrepreneurship or Mathematics.
English Core, History, Political Science, Psychology, Economics or Music vocal or Painting, Geography.
Art, Craft, Gardening, Dancing, Music, Sports etc.
JR. K. G.
SR. K. G.
|Nursery Syllabus 2022-23||Jr. KG Syllabus 2022-23||Sr. KG Syllabus 2022-23|
CLASSES IX to XII
|Curriculum for the Academic Year 2022-23|
The classroom is a dynamic environment, bringing together students from different backgrounds with various abilities and personalities.
Along with traditional teaching methodologies, implementation of creative and innovative teaching strategies are required in order to meet students’ individual needs.
The teaching methods adopted :
» Group discussion
» Creative learning
» Learning by doing
» Role Play
» Field visit
» Smart Notebook
» Powerpoint Presentations
» Educational software
School administrators can easily approach parents via :
• Google classroom apps like classroom
• Social media like facebook, you tube
Gnyan Dham offers following courses :
• Courses offered by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
• Provides facility CWSN- Children With Special Needs.
• NIOS- National Institute of Open Schooling
• NCC- National Cadet Corps
1. (a) Scheme of Studies : A candidate is required to
Language I English
Language II Hindi or Gujarati (Any language other than Language -I)
Mathematics, Science and Social Science.
Additional subject (Optional): Any language other than language I/II, ICT, Painting, Hindustani Music.
(b) Candidate with learning disability may offer:
English or Hindi and any four out of – Mathematics, Science and
Social Science, other one/two language(s), ICT, Painting,
2. There will be weightage for Comprehensive
a. Periodic Test (Written Test) : However, for the purpose of gradient learning, three tests will be held as one being the mid-term test and other two being pre midterm and post midterm with portion of syllabus cumulatively covered. The gradually increasing portion of contents would prepare students to acquire confidence for preparing in the Board/Final examination with 100 % syllabus.
b. Notebook Submission: Notebook submission as a part of internal assessment is aimed at enhancing seriousness of students towards preparing notes for the topic being taught in the classroom as well as assignments. This also addresses the Critical aspect of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep.
Before each periodic test, notebook maintenance can be evaluated based on the following parameters –
• Assignment completion
• Neatness & upkeep of notebooks
c. Subject Enrichment Activities : These are subject
specific application activities aimed at enrichment of
understanding and skill development.
For Languages : Activities conducted for subject
enrichment in languages should aim at equipping the learner to
develop effective speaking and listening skills. (like
ASL/Reading/Dictation/Debate/Public speaking etc)
For Mathematics : The listed laboratory activities and projects as given in the prescribed publication of CBSE/NCERT may be followed.
For Science : The listed Practical Works/activities may be carried out as prescribed by the CBSE/NCERT may be followed.
For Social Science : Map and Project work may be undertaken as prescribed by the CBSE in the Curriculum.
Subject Enrichment Activities can be conducted 3 times (one in one term per subject).
3. To qualify in a subject under scholastic areas student has to secure 33% marks in annual examination as well as 33 % in internal marks.
4. Overall performance of a child will be shown on 9-point grading
scale (Only for scholastic area).
PART 2 - CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES :
Co-curricular activities are promoted for the holistic development
of the student. These activities will be graded on a 5-point
grading scale (A to E) and will have no descriptive indicators.
** No upscaling of grades will be done.
1. Work Education or Pre-Vocational Education.
Work Education is a distinct curricular area for the concerned students for participation in social, economic and welfare activities. Student gets a sense of community service and develops self reliance.(for Pre-Vocational Education as per scheme of studies).
2. Art Education.
Art Education constitutes an important area of curricular activity for development of wholesome personality of the students. Students will select more forms of creative arts.
3. Health & Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC.
Health & Physical Activity preferably sports must be given a regular period. Students should be provided opportunities to get professionally trained in the area of their interest. Indigenous sports, yoga NCC must be encouraged in the schools creating a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self-sacrifice and health care.
Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps to build character. sincerity, good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and cooperation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced. class teacher will be responsible for grading the students on a Five-point scale (A to E).
• To qualify in a subject, student has to secure minimum 33% in board exam as well as 33% in practical exam.
• To qualify in a subject under scholastic areas, student
has to secure minimum 33% in board exam as well as 33% in
• For promotion, child has to pass in theory as well as practical separately in the annual examination.
• Failing in two or more subjects in annual examination.
• Can be given only if student is failing in one subject
• If failing in one subject, child needs grace more than 10 marks and the aggregate percentage in theory should be more than 33%.
• Maximum 10 marks of grace to extend the percentage to 33%
in Annual examination.
• To qualify in a subject under scholastic areas, student has to secure minimum 33% in annual exam as well as 33% in internal.
• To qualify in a subject under scholastic areas, student has to secure minimum 33% in aggregate.**No examination for Nursery to II Std.
|HOLIDAY LIST APRIL 2021 TO MARCH 2022|
|S.No||Holiday||Date and Month||Day|
|1||Good Friday||2nd April 2021||Friday|
|2||Gudi Padva||13th April 2021||Tuesday|
|3||Ram Navmi||21st April 2021||Wednesday|
|4||Ramzan Id||14th May 2021||Friday|
|5||Bakri-Id||21st July 2021||Wednesday|
|6||Parsi New Year- Pateti||16th August 2021||Monday|
|7||Janmashtami||30th August 2021||Monday|
|8||Samvatsari/ Ganesh Chaurthi||10th September 2021||Friday|
|9||Gandhi Jayanti||2nd October 2021||Saturday|
|10||Christmas||25th December 2021||Saturday|
|11||New Year Day||1st January 2022||Saturday|
|12||Makar Sankranti||January 2022 (Whenever it falls)|
|13||Mahashivratri||February 2022 (whenever it falls)|
|14||Dhuleti||March 2022 (Whenever it falls)|
|15||Dussehra Break||13th October to 15th October 2021 (3 days)|
|16||Diwali Break||31st October to 14th November 2021 (15 Days)|
|17||Summer Break||1st May to 12 June 2022 (43 Days)|
|18||School Re-Opens on||14th June 2022|
|HOLIDAYS WHICH FALLS ON SUNDAY|
|S.No||Holiday||Date and Month||Day|
|1||Mahavir Jayanti||25th April 2021||Sunday|
|2||Independence Day||15th August 2021||Sunday|
|3||Rakshabandhan||22nd August 2021||Sunday|