The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) was set up in 1958 with the purpose of replacing the Cambridge school Certification Examination and replacing it with an All India Examination. The ICSE council was registered in 1967 as a Society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860; it was listed in 1973 under the Delhi School Education Act of 1973, as a body that conducts public examinations. According to the new education policy adopted in India, in the year 1966, the ICSE board has been granted the privilege to conduct examinations in India, in the English medium.
The ICSE board is governed by the ICSE Council. The Council for The Indian School Certificate Examinations was established in the year 1958. It was established by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate. The Council was mainly set up to assure the adoption of its examinations into the educational system of India. It wanted to thus control the most powerful mechanism in the country; education. It was registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 in the year 1967. The Council holds under it the schools which are directly and indirectly affiliated to it, along with; the Inter-State Board for Anglo-Indian Education; the Association of Indian Universities; the Association of Head of Anglo-Indian Schools, the Indian Public School Conference; the Association of Schools for the ISC Examination as well as prominent scholars. The Council mainly aims at the providing education for all and promotes within its sphere interests of science, literature as well as fine arts. It believes in bringing about a revolution in the impartment of useful knowledge for all. The council basically conducts school examinations in the English medium. It does not involve itself with any profitable purposes and is involved thoroughly with the objective of education.
This body now conducts 3 examinations, namely
The CISCE board has equal focus on languages, science and art and encourages students to choose across diverse topics / subjects for their Class-12 exam. Main benefits of CISCE are
The syllabus is comprehensive and structured to provide more practical knowledge and helps to build analytical skills in students. ICSE exercises only English as a medium of instruction in class and also emphasizes more on the subject English.
ICSE focuses on the child's overall growth and has a balanced syllabus. The syllabus is more comprehensive, structured and aims to give practical knowledge and build analytical skills in students. The syllabus is vast giving due importance to all the subjects.
With Divine blessings of Pujya Guruji H.D.H. Devnandandasji Swami, Divyajivan educational and charitable trust was found in 2006, with the objective of imparting holistic education to children from various backgrounds so that the fire within each child can be lit.
Swaminarayan Dham International School, which was the first initiative taken by the trust to fulfill its goals, was established in the same year and was inaugurated and blessed by the Saints of Swaminarayan. Thus, the trust set up a state-of-the art co-educational school offering a pristine environment for learning and development in all spheres and aspects of life.
The SDIS aims to provide an education to young minds that will allow them to learn, understand how to adapt to the changing world around them, become global citizens with a local vision, develop a sense of international mindedness and cherish the individuality of man and the commonality of mankind.
At SDIS mission is to create an environment of curiosity, teamwork and responsibility for students, by encouraging them to unearth their talent and use them to the rest of their ability and to preparing them as global citizen.
The Swaminarayan Dham International School is a co-educational -school for students ranging from 3-17 years, it is established, owned and administered by the All-India Anglo-Indian Education Institution, New Delhi, registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. It is also affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.
The school is divided into two parts – the Junior School (classes from Nursery to 5th standard) and the Senior School (classes from 6th to 12th standard). The total number of students is above 1500. Each junior class has three sections and each senior class has two sections. Students in class 11 and 12 have the option of two different streams:
Science - (English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Computer Applications)
Commerce - (English, B.A, Accounts, Economics, /Second Language)
At present, there are two academic terms in the year
The school’s academic facilities include labs for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer Science. There is an auditorium and a multi-purpose sports hall. The school has a large playground where sports like cricket, football, Basketball and other field sports are played. There is also a kid’s zone for pre-primary section
Presenting SDIS, where children are schooled for life. The lessons they learn here, the experiences they pick up, the relationship they forge stay with them as they move on to bigger, wider, and more, challenging areas, Because SDIS, emphasizes the most important life lessons, to be independent, to be responsible, and above all, to dream the impossible dream in town, we consider it our duty to provide them the support and skills to achieve their dream.
After all, the school did start as a dream, which turned in to a happy reality, the founder and trustee of SDIS to gradate solid, world citizens. Swamiji started a school where kids could be kids, where parents and teachers were only instructors in helping children realize their full potential. In good times and bad time, in tough thought and then encouraged to seek and find solution that they countdown be the support. Network, not even behind the scenes door’s SDIS is and will always be the school that put students first and no one understands and appreciates that more than the students themselves. In their own word, with their own thought, read here what students past and present have to say about future ready school.
The school presently follows the curriculum prescribed by the CISCE for classes I to X. The curriculum is quite extensive and not confined to the textbooks. As far as the choice of the subjects at ICSE level is concerned, the boards provide variety of subjects.
|Nursery||English, Mathematics, G.K|
|Jr kg and Sr kg||English, Mathematics, G.K. Hindi.|
|I and II||English language, English Literature, Mathematics, E.V.S, Hindi, Computer.|
|III and IV||English language, English literature, Mathematics, social studies, science, Hindi, computer.|
|V||English language, English literature, Mathematics, social studies, science, Hindi, Sanskrit, computer.|
|VI to VIII||English language, English Literature, Mathematics, History-Civics, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi, Sanskrit, Computer.|
|IX and X||English language, English Literature, Mathematics, History-civics, Geography, Physics, Chemistry,Biology,Hindi, computer|
|XI AND XII Science||Physics , Chemistry , Mathematics , Biology , English , Computer|
|1st Term||2nd Term|
|First Term Exam||: 40 marks||Second Term Exam||:40marks|
|Unit Test||: 20 marks||Unit Test||:20marks|
|Internal Assessment||: 20 marks||Internal Assessment||:20marks|
|Mind Map + Project||: 20 marks||Mind Map + Project||:20marks|
|Total||: 100 marks||Total||100marks|
Annual Consolidated Result
Annual Consolidated Result below
|1st Term||2nd Term|
|First Term Exam||: 80 marks||Second Term Exam||: 80 marks|
|Unit Test||: 10 marks||Unit Test||: 10 marks|
|Internal Assessment & Project/Practical||: 10 Marks||Internal Assessment & Project/Practical||: 10 Marks|
|Total||: 100 marks||Total||100marks|
|Annual Consolidated Result = 100%|
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