ICSE affiliations

The school is permanently affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination vide Regn. No. PU066. This Board is one of the two recognized and approved All India Boards of Secondary Education.

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination was established in 1958 by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate with the assistance of the Inter - State Board for Anglo - Indian Education. It is registered under Societies Registration Act, No. XXI of 1860.

The Delhi Education Act, 1973, passed by Parliament, in chapter 1 under Definitions Section 2 (S), recognizes the Council as a body for conducting public examinations.

The Council administers two Public Examinations - The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) at the end of Class X, and subsequently the Indian School Certificate (ISC) at the end of Class XII. Both Examinations are held in March every year.

The ICSE syllabus provides for a balanced pattern of education and stresses on testing understanding and application of concepts. The students are examined in 7 subjects for the Class X examination. The subject options are exercised in Class IX. English, Social Studies and Punjabi are compulsory, the remaining three subjects offered are Science, Computer Applications or Commercial Applications and Mathematics. The subjects being selected need to be well thought out keeping future course of studies and careers in mind. Internal assessment of every student comprises 20% of the total marks awarded in each subject. In addition, all students must pass in Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW).