Life is not all about marks, but remarks.

Education in itself has a noble intention to help people gain knowledge and wisdom to live a physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually fulfilling life. Examinations have an important role in the process of learning and in the whole educational industry. With every child being so individual, examinations are also a great way for teachers to find out more about the students themselves not only academically but life skills too, i.e.

  • Students’ strength and weakness.
  • An exam develops confidence which increases student’s personality.
  • An exam should be a healthy competition for providing more knowledge and skill.
  • The exam evaluates the student’s ability of learning. It is an effective way to analyze the knowledge of students.
  • Students learn the lesson of patience, discipline, and leadership through exams.


Parevartan is a strong believer in the value of *s*chool education and has built up a very attractive Pre-Primary Department. The school has adopted its own curriculum and methodology, whereby children learn through the play way method, with no formal assessment. We provide our children with endless exciting, motivating and productive learning experiences *through an innovative curriculum *that trigger questions in the young minds. Experiential learning helps them relate to concepts through real life experiences. This process is done through sharpening listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.


At the I-II level, the main objective is to socialise the child so that he/she may feel at ease while interacting with peers and adults. It is this feeling of being at ease with one’s self and the others which helps the child to achieve the scholastic and co-scholastic objectives. In class I – II as per Integrated and Experiential Curriculum, the students’ performance is observed in both scholastic and non-scholastic areas on a regular basis during the students’ learning sessions and work accordingly in areas that need improvement. Based on their performance students are identified as – ‘Independently’ ‘I’, ‘Developing’ ‘D’, ‘Beginning’ ‘B’ and ‘Needs Improvement’ ‘NI’. No formal examination will be conducted for class I-II. The academic session has been divided into two terms.

Term 1 – April – September (4 Unit Assessment Cycles)

Term 2 – October – February (4 Unit Assessment Cycles).


The school endeavors for quality education with an integrated academic programme that provides a framework for building capacity within the students through activity based, child centered and child initiated methodology. This unique pedagogy involves the child into the system by involving the child so that they become centers of excellence. The school promotes and boosts the self-confidence and creativity by focusing on multiple intelligences. Student’s performance is assessed using conventional method of numerical marking in the six main subjects of scholastic area. The co-scholastics areas like Health and Physical Education, Art and Craft, Dance, Music, Work Education are graded on 3-point scales. Exemptions available to special needs students as per CBSE rules shall continue to apply.


The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, therefore we follow prescribed syllabus as per CBSE for Grade IX to XII. Periodic tests, Multiple Assessments, Subject Enrichments, Portfolio make assessment more comprehensive and they also provide school teachers flexibility to use multiple and diverse techniques to assess learners viz.

With the exposure that they have in the primary school they continue to enhance their skills in senior school and equip themselves for the transition. The senior wing of the school follows research oriented and project based methods with the right blend of activities which prepare a child to question, recreate and analyze the situations.

The complete teaching and learning process is child initiated and filled with fun. The children participate in number of inter-school activities such as elocutions, debates, science exhibitions, creative writing, arts and sports and have got laurels to the school.


  • Innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student friendly and student centered exemplars.
  • Reforms in examinations and evaluation practices.
  • Skill learning by adding job-oriented and job-linked inputs.
  • Regularly updating the pedagogical skills of the teachers and administrators by conducting in service training programmes, workshops etc.