Our Curriculum Philosophy

Education must prepare students to cope with changes that will increase in complexity throughout their lives, many of which cannot be foreseen at this time. Our Curriculum aims at preparing students for facing future challenges. Thus ...

  • Our focus is primarily on hands-on-activity, educational fields trips and research work.
  • Our teachers aim at being facilitators and motivators.
  • Our curriculum is designed to extend beyond the boundaries of required syllabus coverage.
  • Students across all grades follow an integrated curriculum.

EARLY YEARS SECTION

Early Years School Programme at J. Kumar International School (EYP) has the objective of preparing children towards formal schooling by providing a strong foundation of skills, attitude and values.

PRIMARY YEARS SECTION

The Primary School Programme at D. G. Khetan International School follows an integrated curriculum. The curriculum is designed in-house by a team of educators. The curriculum encourage students to develop the conceptual understanding, knowledge and skills that they need to become conscious learners. Through the structured integrated curriculum, the students learn higher level of questioning skills. The topics studied have been carefully selected, and moduled based on their relevance and significance.

MIDDLE YEARS SECTION

The D. G. Khetan International School Middle Years Curriculum has at its core, the traditional subjects: Mathematics, Arts, Sciences, Languages, Humanities, Physical Education, Technology; but great importance is given to the interconnectedness of learning that is essential for an individual to be effective in the modern world.

BILASRAI KASHINATH GADIA (A– LEVEL) JUNIOR COLLEGE

Having successfully established the institution up to Grade X, Nav Chetna Charitable Trust has extended their vision of providing quality education beyond schooling by opening BILASRAI KASHINATH GADIA 'A' LEVEL JUNIOR COLLEGE within the school building.

The college follows the 'A' Level curriculum and is affiliated to the University of Cambridge. It caters to both Science and Commerce streams.