Admission Open (2024-2025)



Punjab Convent School, JHUNIR is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognized by the Department of Education, Government of NCT Delhi.
Curriculum – Middle, High & Senior Secondary Level

The school follows the CBSE curriculum from Classes I to XII and uses NCERT books for classes VI to XII

Teaching Methodology

Pre-Primary School

Kindergarten is the first experience of the child in a structured setting with teachers and groups of children. The Pre-Primary teaching broadly uses the Play based method where we believe that each child is different and learns at one’s own pace. Our Interactive teaching-learning program for this Toddler section ensures that all children develop physically, socially, emotionally, morally and intellectually to their full potential. Hands-on activities, Field Trips, Nature Walks, Picnics, Role play, Group activities, Celebrations of Festivals, Interactive Projects, and Science based fun activities form a regular and integral part of learning by doing. This way children learn to live in harmony with their environment, make observations, enquire and ask questions – what, how & why. Each class has a trained faculty and a full-time helper who make sure that the conversation between children and with children is done using a polite language and soft tone.
Primary School

Primary School would cover a period of five years during which the basic skills that children acquire in Pre-primary years would be enhanced. The Primary School curriculum progresses from skills to experiential learning to building knowledge. While the emphasis is on understanding of mathematical and science concepts, sports and co-curricular activities enrich the values of teamwork and cooperation among children and help to spot out the hidden talent at very young age. Primary classes give equal opportunity to the creative side of the children when they are exposed fullest to various forms of art like drawing, painting, creative writing, singing, dancing, acting, etc.
Middle and Secondary School

In the Middle and Senior School years, the students would pursue a common comprehensive academically oriented curriculum which prepares them for the Secondary level where they also learn to accept personal responsibility for their actions, decisions and outcomes. Our qualified and dedicated faculty ensures to provide a stimulating and conducive classroom experience where the students gain a deep understanding of important concepts, develop research and experimental skills and strengthen the knowledge, skills and competencies. Learning beyond the classroom through excursions, debates, extempore, recitation talks, group discussions, exhibitions, etc. reinforce the concepts. Creativity and talent are nurtured through sports, dance, music, art, craft, etc.
A career guidance program is also included in the curriculum at this stage.
Senior Secondary School

At the Senior Secondary level, the curriculum shifts its emphasis from general to core subject where PCS offers all the three streams – Science, Commerce and Arts.

The curriculum emphasizes on conceptual understanding, application of knowledge, use of technology, logical and analytical thinking, reasoning abilities, problem-solving skills, and interdisciplinary learning, etc. The well-equipped science laboratories, technology-enabled classrooms, and a well-stocked library at PCS help the students achieve their objectives because this section of schooling prepares students for higher educational pursuits. With Sequential flow of knowledge - from fundamentals to higher level knowledge, our senior faculty builds a strong foundation that helps students excel in competitive exams.
Assessment Pattern

Academic Assessment is an important part of teaching and learning process. Hence, the Assessment pattern is based on CBSE guidelines.
Pre-Primary School

For Toddlers i.e. Classes Nursery, LKG and UKG, the academic year is divided into two terms. There are no formal examinations for these classes. However, evaluation of the child’s progress is done on the basis of day to day performance which is carried out in various ways including written assessments via worksheets and written work done in the notebooks in school and at home, oral assessments via classroom discussions and interactions, and activity assessments that are judged primarily through Thursday activities, Project activities, Learning centre activities, creative work etc.
Primary School

For Classes I to V, the academic year is divided into two terms. Academic performance of the students is evaluated through formal assessments conducted four times in an academic session, twice during each term.
Middle School

  • Scholastic Activities
  • The assessment plan for classes VI-VIII has been designed on Term basis with gradual increase in the learning content. This would prepare the students to cover the whole syllabus of the academic year and face the challenge of class X Board examination, and would thus, ensure the ‘quality of education’.

  • Co-Scholastic Activities (Classes VI-VIII)
  • For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities in the following areas are carried out.

  • Work Education – Work Education refers to skill-based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the society.
  • Art Education (Visual & Performing Art)
  • Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)
  • Discipline (Classes VI-VIII)
  • The students will also be assessed for discipline which will be based on the factors like attendance, sincerity, conduct, values, cleanliness, respect to school rules, attitude towards younger and elders, society, nation and others. Grading on Discipline will be done on a 3-point grading scale (A=Outstanding, B=Very Good and C=Fair)
    Secondary School

    Assessments for Senior Section is in adherence to the Assessment guidelines laid down by CBSE.
    Scholastic Activities :

  • ANNUAL EXAMINATION - 80 marks in each subject will cover 100% syllabus
  • – The assessment scheme will be similar to class X Board Examination, However, the grading in class IX will be as follows:

    91-100 A1
    81-90 A2
    71-80 B1
    61-70 B2
    51-60 C1
    41-50 C2
    33-40 D
    32 and below E FAILED

    A student has to score minimum 33% marks in each subject - 27/80

  • Periodic Test (PT) for 10 Marks
  • Two written periodic assessment in the entire Academic Year in each subject will be conducted.
  • Notebooks Submission for 5 Marks
  • While assessing Notebook Submission, teachers will note Regularity, Completion of work, Neatness and Upkeep of Notebook.
  • Subject Enrichment Activities for 5 Marks
  • Subject Enrichment Activities are to be recorded internally by respective subject teachers-
  • For Languages: – Activities aiming for effective Listening and Speaking skills
  • For Mathematics: Laboratory activities and projects
  • For Science: The listed practical works
  • For Social Science: – Project, Assignment and Map

  • A student has to score minimum 33% marks in each subject - 7/20

  • 1.Work Education
    2.Art Education
    3.Health and Physical Education

    These activities will be graded on a 5-point grading scale (A to E).

    The students shall be assessed on any two activities of her/his choice from each of the three areas i.e. Work Education, Art Education, Health and Physical Education.

    DISCIPLINE (Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps to build character. Class teacher will grade the students on a 5-point scale (A to E) keeping in view the Attendance, Sincerity, Values and Behavior of the students.

    Pre Board Examination for class X will be held after 15th January.

    Our academic session begins in the month of April. Two rounds of Unit Tests are conducted through the year. The first round is completed before the Half-Yearly Examination and the second round between October and January. The Annual Examinations is conducted at the end of the session in February-March.

    The Annual Report Card will reflect weightage of each exam while calculating aggregate marks in all subjects -
    First unit test - 10%
    Half Yearly Exam – 30%
    Second unit test – 10%
    Annual Exam – 50%

    Promotion Policy For XI Pass Marks in each subject is 33%. A student has to get at least 33% in the theory of the Annual Examination, Half Yearly Examination and Unit Tests as well as in Practical/Project.
    1.In case, a student fails in only one subject out of the 5 subjects, he/she is placed under compartment category and promoted to the next class only if he/she passes the compartment examination in one attempt. Students who are not able to pass the Compartment Examination in one attempt are detained in the same class, i.e. in class XI.
    2.In case, a student fails in two or more subjects out of the 5 subjects, he/she is detained in the same class, i.e. in class XI.

    FOR CLASS XII Besides the Annual Board Examination conducted by CBSE, the school will be conducting the following Examinations for Class XII Students:
    1.First round of Unit Tests (before the Half Yearly Examination)
    2.Half Yearly Examination (in September)
    3.Second round of Unit Tests (in October – November)
    4.Pre Board Examination (in December)