Curriculum & Syllabus

Our school offers the CBSE curriculum. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, functions under the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India. CBSE is recognized as the most popular and practical educational system in India. The fact that the CBSE curriculum dovetails perfectly to professional courses, contributes greatly to its popularity.

The CBSE curriculum provides students with opportunities to gain access to reputed colleges and universities worldwide, being internationally recognized. The prime focus of the board is innovations in teaching – learning methodologies by devising student – friendly and student – centred paradigms, introducing reforms in exams and evaluation processes, thereby making learning a joyful experience.



Our Methodology

Our methodology helps children to experience, reflect, analyze and learn. We encourage students to extend their outlook beyond the realms of the textbook. Foundation in reading, creative writing, Science and Mathematics is strengthened in a caring and supportive environment, wherein the learning process is made positive and more meaningful.

At the primary level, there is greater emphasis on activity based curriculum where students are taught the essential concepts of various subjects through hands on activities. The focus is on the development of the positive attitudes and healthy habits among students. Specific care is given to each child depending on individual need. Our school is committed to provide the quality education to students from KG to STD. XII.


School Timings

Kindergarten – 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.

Class: I to XII – 8.50 a.m. to 4.00 p.m

School Uniform

(a) School uniform should be worn on all days except Wednesdays.
(b) Boys must wear a white vest underneath their shirts while girls must wear cycling shorts, tights  every day.
(c) No shoes of any other colour, or kind of chappals or other forms of high heeled shoes are permissible in school.
(d) Parents are expected to ensure that their wards are in proper uniform as long as he/she is on the school rolls.


CBSE has introduced a new concept of ‘no formal’ exams, but an evaluation based on a more detailed continuous strategy. By introducing Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in all its affiliated schools, CBSE has brought about a paradigm shift from examination to effective pedagogy and has strengthened the education system. CCE aims at the holistic assessment of a learner which includes both Scholastic as well as Co – Scholastic areas in Life Skills, Attitudes and Values, Sports and Games and Co – Curricular activities. The scheme focuses on making evaluation an integral part of teaching – learning process and also envisages improving on – going teaching learning process by diagnosing the learning gaps and offering corrective and enrichment input.

For the purpose of CCE, an academic year has been divided into two terms. The first term will be from April to September and the second term from October to March. Each term will have two Formative Assessments and one Summative Assessment for evaluation of Scholastic areas.


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Pushpalata Vidya Mandir Kindergarten is a fun space for toddlers with every tradition of the curriculum intact – playing, singing, practical activities such as drawing and social interaction as part of the transition from home to school. Children here feel at home in the process of adapting to their new atmosphere. Our PVM Kindergarden programme transforms classrooms into think rooms, inculcating a habit of thinking, nurturing creativity, triggering problem solving and analytical skills to make every child a star.