The medium of instruction of this institution is ENGLISH. Hindi is taught as the 2nd language from Classes I- X; Sanskrit, a 3rd language, is compulsory from Classes VI – VIII.

The pupils are prepared for the I.C.S.E. Examination (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) / I.S.C. Examination (Indian School Certificate), New Delhi.

In addition to the subjects prescribed in the Council syllabus, the curriculum includes religious instruction (for Catholics) or Value Education (for non-Catholics) as compulsory subjects. Personal and communal prayer is facilitated through assemblies, prayer groups, liturgies and retreats.


Pupils are prepared for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, New Delhi and for the Indian School Certificate, New Delhi.

The curriculum includes Religious Instruction, Value Education, English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History and Civics, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Economics, Home Science, Choral Singing, Indian Dancing, Physical Education, S.U.P.W. and Community Service are a part of the curriculum.

A pupil who fails to attain the required standard in the languages or in her general studies will not be promoted. Reports on the pupil's general progress will be handed over to the parents during the year.

These should be studied carefully, and returned to the school authorities signed by the parents / guardian.

No pupil will be allowed to sit for the promotion examination if the attendance during the year is below 75 0/0.

Promotions are granted on the basis of the whole year's work of the pupil; hence the importance of regularity in both attendance and work must be stressed. The Annual Examination is meant to confirm the result of the year's work.

The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion is final.


The College offers Optional Subjects in the following courses:

Arts, Commerce and Science

English is a compulsory subject in all streams.

The curriculum includes Religious Instruction for Christian students, Value Education, S.U.P.W. and Games.

A number of co­curricular activities play an important role in a student life. Interpersonal relational skills, confidence, poise, responsibility and reliability are some of the qualities developed through the various co­curricular activities.

The student may choose the co­curricular activities which contribute most to her enjoyment and development. She may develop an interest in such areas as drama, athletics, social service, science, literature, the fine arts and General Knowledge.