Teaching Staff:

The teaching faculty constitutes a team of qualified, dedicated and motivated teachers to facilitate the learning process by making it enjoyable, fruitful and worthwhile. It is our earnest hope to make the students live up to the ideals of Sri Aurobindo and strive to make education a wholesome and enjoyable experience by making it all inclusive. This helps to create opportunities of higher learning in other professional and competetive courses at the State and National level as well. The Foundation constantly endeavours to provide the best possible ambience for the students to develop into responsible and enlightened individuals.

Techniques of Teaching / Learning

Language teaching is given a new dimension, by introducing modern techniques of dialogue, discussion, oral practice, role play, dramatization and language games.
Science Education as well as Social Science aims at developing observational and inquiry skills, values of creativity, aesthetic sensibility and objectivity.
Mathematics is visualized as a vehicle to train a child to think, reason, analyse and articulate logically.

Value Education

Inculcation of values like democracy, secularism, gender equality, scientific temper, concern for environment and promotion of peace and international understanding is the hall mark of an educated person. Every effort will be made to integrate value education in all activities designed by the institution.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)

Evaluation is an integral part of the total teaching / learning process and testing will be made comprehensive so as to include ALLROUND GROWTH of the learner in both scholastic and non-scholastic areas. Tests will be used for diagnostic and remedial teaching. Independent study and class assignments help in promoting self-learning and developing confidence. Home-work will be minimal but excess home work will be discouraged.
Formative Assessment: It is a tool used by the teacher to continuously monitor student’s progress in a supportive environment. It is carried out during the course of instruction for providing continuous feedback to both the teachers and students. The techniques, such as Examinations, Assignments, Quizzes and competitions, Projects, Debates, Elocution, Group discussion, Club activities, Experiments and Research works are used to evaluate the students. These evaluations need not be paper pen test always. There are four such assessments.

Summative Assessment: It is term end written examination. It is a graded test, i.e. it is marked according to a scale or grades mentioned in the grading system.

Evaluation of Co-Scholastic areas of classes VI to X:

In addition to the Scholastic areas, co-scholastic areas like Life Skills; Attitudes & Values; Participation & Achievement in activities involving Literacy & Creative Skills, Scientific Skills, Aesthetic Skills and performing Arts & Clubs; Health and Physical Education will also be evaluated as per the check list.

Promotion criteria for classes VI to IX:

Promotion is based on the performance in all Four Formative and Two Summative tests for the students of classes VI to IX. Attending these tests is compulsory. Minimum qualifying grade in all subjects is ‘D’.

Evaluation for Classes I to V:

There is no formal written test/exam. Their performance will be continuously assessed by means of oral testing, worksheets, involvement and response in classes and other activities. Reports will be sent to the Parents periodically.


Normally there is no failure upto class V, as long as a student has a required minimum attendance of 80%.