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  • 8th class Scheme of studies





The Choice of Subjects

1. Language I-English 
2. Language II-Indian languages/Mother Tongue/Local language/Foreign Language 
3. Language III-Any other language besides Language I or II 
4. Mathematics 
5. Science 
6. Social Science 
7. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 
8. Visual Arts 
9. Performing Arts 
10. Physical and Health Education

Scholastic Area

 Language

In classes VI - VIII they will study three languages.The language curriculum aims to develop the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in a variety of contexts and train students to be able to adapt language to suit different tasks, audiences and purposes.
1. Language I-English 
2. Language II-Indian languages/Mother Tongue/Local language/Foreign Language 
3. Language III-Any other language besides Language I or II 

Social Science

In classes VI to X, Social Science crystallizes into various disciplines of learning such as the study of History which focuses largely on world history along with provision of learning local / native history, Social and Political Structures, Geography and Economics. 

Mathematics 

The focus is on developing core mathematical skills,helps students develop strategies that improve their logical thinking and analytical ability.  It helps to develop the ability to approximate and estimate, to use trial and improvement techniques, look for patterns and make hypothesis. It helps in development of computational skills and spatial intelligences. The Mathematics Lab activities will be an integral and a compulsory part of the Mathematics curriculum and will be examinable from classes VI to X 

Social Science

In classes VI to X, Science is studied as individual disciplines of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The units that will be devloped for classes VI-VIII will reflect components of Physics, Chemistry and Biology which will be dealt by teachers in an integrated manner. The Science curriculum offers students the opportunity to be curious, to question, to investigate, to formulate hypothesis, design and carry out experiments, make critical observations and record results.

 Information and Communication Technology

Information and Communication Technology is a compulsory component of the curriculum which will help students assess the impact of new technologies on society and train them to use these productively. The focus of the program is to help the students to understand the use of common software applications and use technology to enhance their ability to access, evaluate and research information.

Co-scholastic areas

Evaluation of this area deals with the collection of evidences regarding the changes which occur in the learner’s behaviour during the teaching learning process. Based on these evidences, interpretation and judgment, the progress of the learner is arrived at and decisions taken. There will be no written examination as far as co-scholastic area is concerned. Teachers in a group will observe the behavioural change in the learner and assign the grades. These areas consist of Co Curricular   Activities  in the following Areas be carried   out in CBSE  Affiliated  School and will Be  Graded  term-Wise  on a 3- point  grading Scale
These offer opportunities for the development of imagination, sense of aesthetics, sensitivity and inventiveness - all of which are the requirements of a balanced curriculum. 

 Work Education

Work Education refers to skill-based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the community

Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.) 

The Physical Education (PE) curriculum contributes to the physical fitness aspect and all-round development of students. The subject is unique in the sense that it seeks to promote basic body management developing into the mastery of coordinated and skillful movements.

Art Education (Visual & Performing Art)

Performing Arts
The Performing Arts Curriculum provides a means for personal expression and the articulation of ideas. This will lead to inspiring and confident participation thus developing social skills through creative teamwork as well as enhancing   communication skills. 
Visual Arts program
The Visual Arts program is aimed at promoting cognitive, aesthetic and emotional growth. Students realize the joy of expression through various media. They learn to appreciate art from different cultures as well as the native arts of the country against the backdrop of the cultural context in which they exist.
Students of classes VI-VIII can opt for one learning area from the Performing Arts and one from the Visual Arts. This element of the curriculum will not be formally examined at the end of the year but will be graded across the year based on student’s participation and teacher’s observations.

Grade

A Outstanding,
B= Very  Good  
C = Fail
Aspect  of Regularity ,Sincere  Participation, Output  and  Teamwork  be the generic criteria  for Grading 

NOTE: The information taken from Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) at cbse.nic.in, is represented here in a user-friendly way for convenience of students. User must refer CBSE for current status of information.