|Course Commencement||April-July of every year|
|Course Completion||After two years on 15th May subsequently|
|Eligibility||Xth Passed/XIth Studying|
|Admission||IQ Test/Admission cum Scholarship Test|
|Duration||Total 1150 hours (900+170+80)
|Classes & Tests Class||Regular – 4 Days/Week , 4 Hour/Day
Weekend (Sat, Sun) 7 Hours/Day
|Online Enquiry||Enquire Now|
We precede the syllabus as per NCERT sequence to make sure that the students always remain a step ahead in their studies and examinations at the school. The course consists of more than 1100 hours of classroom studying and is divided into eight phases.
Phase Structure – Academic Session 1
Phase I (Warm up)
Before starting actual syllabus for class XI, few concepts from lower classes, required for board & competitive examinations will be taken. For example mathematical tools used in physics, fundamental concepts of chemistry (acid & base, Metals & non-metals, chemical reactions etc) and math basics (logarithm, inequalities, theory of equations & inequations, graphs etc.) will be taken up.
Around 50% syllabus of the class XI for all three subjects will be taken. This phase will be easy going and pace will be less compared to other phases. We will also treat this phase as confidence building phase, as they say well begun is half done.
Remaining 50% syllabus of the class XI will be covered in this phase. This phase will be done at a moderate pace. The phase test will cover topics pertaining to this phase only.
Revision of all topics of class XI with two topic tests every week followed by doubt remedial and discussion sessions. Board level and PMT level mock test papers covering complete class XI syllabus will be conducted. After this phase students will be given a break to prepare for their final exams.
Phase Structure – Academic Session 2
Around 50% syllabus of class XII will be covered. Motivational workshops will also be provided periodically during this phase. After completion of this phase students will be ready for their half yearly examinations at school.
Remaining 50% syllabus of the class XII will be considered. The topics will be covered up to PMT level with sufficient focus on concept building. This methodology will help students to excel in their board exams. This phase will be completed before the pre-board exams.
Complete syllabus of Class XII from board point of view will be revised. Ten board level, four PMT level mock test papers will be conducted. After this phase students will be given break for self study for final board examinations. Full telephonic support and doubt remedial classes will be provided to the students during break and final board exams.
Six days a week, six hours lectures followed by one hour test will be conducted during this phase. All important topics from competitive point of view will be taken up. Five PMT level mock test papers will be conducted during this phase.