The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations ( CISCE) has announced the timetables for classes XII (ISC) and X (ICSE) exams to be held in 2015.
The ISC exams will begin with Physics paper 2 on February 9 and will continue up to April 1. The ICSE exams will begin with English on February 27 and end on March 30.
School principals are relieved that the board has decided to again begin the exams with English for class X students. "Last year, the board had changed the timetable and started the exam with mathematics. For class X students, it becomes very difficult if the first paper is a tough one as it is their first board exam," said Seema Saini, principal of N L Dalmia School.
Here is the List of Best Schools in Mumbai(As Per Education World(estd.1999) commissioned IMRB International)
About School : Singapore International School is a co-educational day boarding school set by United Educare Foundation. Its establishment is in line with the Government's aim of making India an educational centre of excellence to serve Indians as well as students from around the world. The school, spread over 10 acres, equipped with state - of - the - art infrastructure
About School : This school is a very special place with a mission statement that inspires all their students to continuous inquiry, empowering them with the skills, courage, optimism, and integrity to pursue their dreams and enhance the lives of others.
ASB delivers a dynamic educational program that encourages each student to achieve her or his highest potential. While ASB is a U.S. style school, the Indian setting and our multi-national community, representing over 43 countries, brings together children who have varied experiences to learn in a rich and unique environment. As an International Baccalaureate World School; our PYP, Middle School, Pre-IB, and IB Diploma program perfectly complement our American Curriculum. This is something extra for our students who are seeking a superior education and admission to top universities all over the world. With the introduction of laptops to their school, ASB sought and was granted the first wireless network system in India. Since then, their laptop program has grown and become an important tool in the delivery of their curriculum.
About School : Located in a pollution-free environment and right across the prestigious hospital 'Asvini' the school started functioning from July 1984, under the aegis of AWES (Army Welfare Education Society). It is under direct supervision of HQ Mumbai Sub Area.
The school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education
This school is co-educational in nature and is a perfect example of "unity in diversity" by imparting education not only to Army, but Navy and defence civilian children also.
The medium of instruction is English.
About School :Expansion The Management is committed to expanding the operations of the Ryan International Group of Institutions throughout the country in order to meet the vast demand for quality education. Schools are proposed to be set up in most of the big towns of India
About School : The goal of education in a school can be successfully fulfilled, if there is a strong academic foundation.' But the real success of education is a blend of academics and co-curricular activities.Acdamics :
Don Bosco is perceived as a school apart, for it has a fine blend of academics, sports and culture. Considering the numerous activities that take place all the year round one wonders when the teaching and learning is done. Well, the secret is precise pre-planning with perfect execution and behold, you have a NEAT job done in every arena. A true testament to this claim are the innumerable laurels won by the students in every field. Don Bosco sends up on an average over three hundred students and secures a nearly cent percent result. This in itself speaks volumes about the overall academic performance of the school. Apart from this, Don Bosco encourages its students to participate in various public exams such as the Middle/ High School Scholarship Exams, Maths Proficiency, Homi Bhabha, Prathamik/ Prarambhik / Pravesh Exams in Hindi to name a few.
About School : Bombay International School was established in 1962 by a group of parents who believed in education being a true learning process and not a structured way of imparting information. The key to learning was and is a small class size (maximum 32 in a class) and a very high teacher student ratio of 1 teacher to 15 students. We believe in child centered education in which we see the school as a medium through which the individual child can learn and develop; the school is for the benefit of the children and not vice versa.
There is a unique partnership at BIS in which parents are proactive and extremely involved in the functioning of the school. The parents function through committees in which they work with teachers to complete several of the tasks which are required as support to the school.
The teachers are responsible for using imaginative teaching methods of a high standard. The potential of an individual child is developed to his or her fullest capability. In the junior school, learning can be unstructured and the children experience learning through projects and field visits, as well as worksheets. There is very little homework and no pressure to perform or succumb to external parameters. Each individual child is encouraged to learn at his or her own pace and compete with the self. Our objective is to have an atmosphere in which the teaching learning process creates a desire in children to learn and perform according to their own potential.
About School : Campion School is a boys school, founded on January 20,1943, by the members of the Society of Jesus, a Roman Catholic Religious Order commonly called the Jesuits.The Founder Principal was Late Fr. Joseph Savall S.J. The School began its career in a rental ground floor at 45 New Marine Lines with just 23 children,but as the year advanced there were 70 boys on the rolls. Campion School shifted its quarters to its originally intended premises at Wellesely House in January 1948. In 1956, Campion attained the stature of a full fledged High School with 382 children on its rolls, recognized both by the University of Cambridge as an A CERTIFICATE SCHOOL,and by the SSC Board, Pune.
Fr. Savall S.J. gave birth to the school, Fr. Conessa S.J. nursed it for a while, but Fr. More S.J. gave it a culture and a singular aspect, unique in the history of Campion School.
About School :This is a High School for Boys affiliated to the Board of Secondary Education - Pune and has 1500 students on roll and 45 teachers. It is one of the prestigious schools in Mumbai and is run by the Redemptorist Fathers.
About School : With the winds of change entering their educational institutions, they educators and facilitators must become aware of the cultural and social influences of our students environment and develop in them the ability to handle rapidly changing structures that have not existed so far. they need to cultivate and nurture an entire spectrum of universal values, positive approaches and attitudes.
Their aim is to make our students selfdisciplined,confident and self-reliant.