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Choice Of Subjects

All candidates for the examination must enter and sit for six subjects namely - English, a Second Language, Civics, History and Geography and three of the subjects listed above under Group II & Group III and must have been examined by the school in practical/project work in English, the Second Language, Civics, History and Geography, the three subjects of their choice and in Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service. Provided that candidates reappearing for the examination without attendance at School, in accordance with the provision given in Chapter 1, 2, 3 (ICSE Syllabus) will have to enter and sit for all the written papers of all the six subjects.

A School may not enter candidates for subjects, for the teaching of which no provision is made by the school. Note : The responsibility for the correct selection of subjects to meet university or professional requirements of a candidate or candidates will be that of the school.

Internal Examination

The assessment in "Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service" will be made by the school and the result will count towards the award of the certificate. The school will be required to follow the instructions sent by the Council in the matter of keeping records of the work and the assessment of each candidate in "Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service".

Subjects For The Examination At The End Of Class X

Groups Percentage Marks
External Examination Internal Assessment
Group 1 (Compulsory)
English 80% 20%
Second Language 80% 20%
Civics, History & Geography 80% 20%
Group 2 (Any two or three of the following subjects)
Mathematics 80% 20%
Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) 80% 20%
Commerce 80% 20%
Economics 80% 20%
Accounts 80% 20%
Business Studies 80% 20%
Technical 80% 20%
Drawing 80% 20%
A Modern Foreign Language 80% 20%
A Classical Language 80% 20%
Computer Science 80% 20%
Environmental Science 80% 20%
Agricultural Science 80% 20%
Group III (Any one subject for candidates offering two subjects from Group II)
Art 50% 50%
Music 50% 50%
Home Science 50% 50%
Cookery 50% 50%
Fashion Designing 50% 50%
Physical Education 50% 50%
Yoga 50% 50%
Note:

It is expected that candidate will normally offer both Science and Mathematics from Group II. If they choose to take any other combination of subjects, Heads of Schools must apprise them of the implications. For the I. S. C. XII course, all combinations of subjects will be accepted. Marked in Red fonts are not offered in The Bishop's School.

Examination Rules

A School may not enter candidates for subjects, for the teaching of which no provision is made by the school. Note : The responsibility for the correct selection of subjects to meet university or professional requirements of a candidate or candidates will be that of the school.

Internal Examination

The school will be required to follow the instructions sent by the Council in the matter of keeping records of the work and the assessment of each candidate in "Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service

The School is equipped with large buildings consisting of 75 well-ventilated Classrooms, 3 Science laboratories, 2 Assembly Halls, 2 Libraries and a Dining Room which seats about 250 children.

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