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Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs
Jankidevi Public School is an activity oriented school where the emphasis is not only laid on strengthening the academic skills of students but sharpening of extracurricular skills as well. At Jankidevi the students develop their overall personality by involving themselves in different kind of sports, which is one mode of developing the physical, cognitive, and socio emotional development of students thus giving an overall balanced personality. Our well developed infrastructure not only helps and aids the students to deliver the best but also avail the best of knowledge. Our Science Lab, English Language Lab and Computer Labs are well furnished and well equipped with latest facilities. Our sports complex is designed on International parameters. All this leads to a good environment for holistic development of our students.
We offer a wide range of extra curricular activities under one roof. Our school offers Gym, Martial Art, Skating, Rifle Shooting, Swimming, and ample of sports activities like Basket ball, Volley ball, Badminton, Chess and Carrom. Recently we have tied up with Cricket Australia for training and grooming our budding talent. Our cricket pitch is prepared by Mr. Kaakosh Chatterjee who has also prepared the cricket pitch of Sawai Mansing Stadium- Jaipur where the IPL matches are played. This gives our students an exposure to International level of playing.
Our school in some sections is Air cooled whereas our Cambridge Section is fully Air Conditioned.
As a school we develop a curriculum that enhances learning & problem solving skills which are key essentials for the CBSE curriculum. We follow the continuous & comprehensive evaluation of CBSE through scholastic and co-scholastic assessments.
According to CBSE curriculum the academic year is divided into two terms – Term I & Term II. Both terms consists of 2 formative assessment & 1 summative assessments. The students are graded on scholistic & co-scholistic performance.
Yes, it is recognized by CBSE, CISCE and state education boards in India as a qualification for entry to class XI or for other higher secondary education courses. It is also a recognized class X qualification, as one of the prerequisites, for admission to undergraduate courses in India.
A variety of assessment techniques are used, appropriate to the various subjects, such as oral and listening tests, practical and coursework which look at overall performance over the two-year period (Grade IX and X), and contribute 30-50% of the final grade, in addition to written examinations.
- It is an international examination with world-wide recognition and credibility.
- It encourages the questioning and discovery method of learning, rather than relying on rote learning.
- The coursework and practicals provide a strong skill development and application orientation.
The Cambridge international curriculum sets a global standard for education, and is recognised by institutions and employers, both Indian and worldwide. Our curriculum is flexible, challenging and inspiring, culturally sensitive yet international in approach. Cambridge students develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. They also gain the essential skills they need for success at university and in their future careers.
Cambridge programmes combine an emphasis on mastering subjects in depth with the development skills for study and work in the future. We value deep subject knowledge as well as the conceptual understanding that helps students make links between different aspects of a subject. We also encourage students to develop higher order thinking skills – problem solving, critical thinking, independent research, collaboration and presenting arguments. These are transferable skills that will last a lifetime, preparing students for their future lives. They also make learning enjoyable and rewarding.
Many people believe that only traditional Indian curricula provide in-depth understanding of subjects and problem-solving skills required for cracking competitive exams like JEE, NEET, CET and so on. However, this is completely untrue. The Cambridge curriculum exams include Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), which is the same format of questions as followed in competitive exams and can provide a headstart to students with their competitive exam preparation. International curriculum provides as much rigorous training in academics as traditional curricula, but with a more holistic approach. They also explore the realm of a student’s inherent strengths and interests and help them have a perfect career path.
Cambridge Curriculum is a superb preparation for the overall development. The specification of the syllabus may differ. But the application based knowledge of the Cambridge provokes the thinking power of the learners. It has an outlook on quality education rather than quantity education.
This is an assessment which helps in monitoring the performance of young learners in the core subjects – English, Maths and Science. This assessment is a gateway for the learners to select the subject suitable to them for higher grades.
The possibilities are endless – Cambridge qualification is a passport to success in education. Every year thousands of learners use Cambridge qualifications to gain places at top universities worldwide. Cambridge qualifications are accepted and valued by leading universities and employers worldwide.