At Secondary level, our curriculum is meticulously planned to bring out the best in every child. It gives scope for development of imaginative, logical, analytical, critical, creative and effective communication skills. Activity oriented teaching, learning, integration of arts and co-scholastics with scholastics strengthen the academics. Due importance to sports, language expression, environment awareness & inculcation of values through lectures, activities, competitions, practical demos etc, help in holistic development. Students will be given thorough preparation and counseling, laying a strong foundation for their 10th grade road map, for long term success. They enjoy learning concepts and feel engaged in the process of acquiring knowledge.
- Languages - English, Hindi, Telugu, Sanskrit, French
- Social Science
- Skill Subjects - Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence
- Health and Physical Education
- Work Education
- Art Education
A teaching approach that engages students in hands-on activities and experiences that help them generate and apply new concepts and skills. Students of all ages can work on in-depth projects over time, growing excited about their learning while gaining an important understanding of how the things they learn in school are relevant to their lives.
Project-based learning is effective, stimulating, and fun for students.
Vikas advocates skill based education which ensures that each student, on his/her school leaving day, is equipped with sufficient knowledge for ‘life’ as well as ‘living’. An integrated course in vocational training is introduced at various levels of schooling depending upon the intellectual aptitude and mental readiness of the child.
Each child is a unique creation endowed with his/her own level of energy, degree of enthusiasm and rate of growth. The Personality Development Programme at Vikas places him/her, slowly but steadily, on an equal platform with the more gifted as far as social skills are concerned. These include essential etiquette, fearless public speaking and flawless communication thus ensuring that each child masters the ‘virtuous social behaviour’ - one of the main objectives of the Vikasian education.
Providing different students with different avenues to learning and assessment measures so that all students within a classroom can learn effectively, regardless of differences in ability. Our classrooms are the ones that respond to student variety in readiness levels, interests and learning profiles.
We understand that high-performing students need an opportunity to develop and excel in their field of interest. That is why we created an exciting and challenging program that aims to extend and motivate students to achieve excellence. This program allows students to work collaboratively and independently.
At Vikas, Value education is introduced into the curriculum and universal values like honesty, trust, responsibility, compassion etc., are given prime importance. We are also following the concept of Value Based Integrated Learning (VBIL) wherein all lessons are linked to some “value”.
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The school where a child spends 7-8 hours a day, I have never regretted any time spent through my 9 years in Vikas. Over the course of the year I have created lasting relationships with my teachers and peers. My highly inquisitive nature was welcomed by my teachers who have become an indispensable part of my life. Today I consider Vikas to be my haven for knowledge, always ready to help.
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