Our Academics

Mother India Public school emphasizes practical application of theoretical knowledge and students learn by doing or experiencing what they learn. As a result, the understanding of subjects is not just limited to the pages of textbooks but is a part of everyday life.

Early training in the school way at junior and middle levels will develop in the child mathematical and logical reasoning, reading and writing skills, communication and comprehension skills, inter personal skills, independent thinking skills, imaginative and analytical thinking, leadership qualities, etc.

Our aim is to provide enriching experiences to each student by planning curricular as well as co-curricular activities at various levels of learning. This ensures an all round development of students. Our curriculum sharpens up each student’s skills and abilities by making them grow intellectually, socially, morally and emotionally.
We need to develop: personal and social skills, communication and interactive skills, visual and observation skills, listening and comprehensive skills, sound moral values, sportsmanship qualities, thinking and inferential abilities, memory and recalling abilities, creative and aesthetic development, computer skills, well balanced and adjusted personalities, project based learning skills, environmental awareness and the like.

The curriculum at primary level is designed to promote healthy study habits among the learners.  Apart from the essential emphasis on reading, writing, recitation & arithmetics students also develop skills of discovery, observation, classification, collection, drawing inferences and the like.  Subjects like English, Hindi, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Computers and Value Education are part of our daily class time-table.  The environment is conducive for learning in a naturalistic and exploratory way.  Participation in co-curricular activities are encouraged and given weightage, to ensure an overall development in every child.

The methodology adopted in the middle school enhances cognitive skills like recognition, discrimination, analysis & problem solving etc. which develop higher order thinking and reasoning abilities.  At this stage we lay emphasis on learning by doing by way of projects, presentations, group discussions, debates and all with the help of the teachers.  Communication skills both oral and written along with proficiency in Mathematics, Social studies and Science are stressed upon.  Computer Literacy is part of the daily curriculum and is given weight age so as to ensure that our students are keeping pace with the changing times.  Music, Art, Moral Education and Physical Education develop and groom a child aesthetically.  Evaluation is both continuous and comprehensive which clearly reflects the progress of the child.

In the Senior School we seek to provide the students of classes 9 & 10 with a range of experiences that enhance their opportunities for successful and meaningful transition from secondary school to post-school path ways. We aim to assist each child to reach his or her potential as responsible citizens in the rapidly changing society.

Pre Primary Classes

In MIPS, we offer pre-primary classes to help the young minds to discover themselves

Primary Classes

MIPS tries to give attention to each students from their early stages of growth.

Middle Classes

In MIPS, our trained faculties always try to provide an extra attention for the students

Secondary Classes

We train our students to be focus and realistic towards the problems, which help them to find an optimistic solution

Senior Secondary Classes

We have three different streams which helps the students to achieve their goals and dreams

Assessment System

School follows CBSE New Pattern of Assessment,  which is all about changes in awarding grades. The latest policy rolled out by the Central Board of Secondary Education is termed, “Uniform Assessment, Examination and Report Card “.

CBSE system currently follows the grading system in assessment of students. The CBSE new pattern changes from awarding grades to marks.

Evaluation of students’ performance is done based on the written examination. Previously, the final assessment and awarding grades to CBSE students revolved around performances in the class tests, periodic assessments, submissions of notebooks and records, and enrichment activity in the subjects. The context of the CBSE new pattern assessment scheme is to impart uniformity in CBSE pattern examination in all CBSE schools, across the country. Towards initiating the CBSE new pattern in assessment, the CBSE board issued a report card format along with this notification circular.

Key Elements of the CBSE New Pattern Assessment

Assessment Parameters

Examination Pattern and Weight-age

Assessment parameters

The CBSE new pattern guidelines throws light on the assessment parameters for evaluation of the student’s performance.

For scholastic performances, the board awards both grades and marks on individual subjects.

For co-scholastic performances, the board awards grades to the students under three categories – Prevocational education, health and physical education, and art education.

As a third category, discipline in the school campus is awarded as grades. The evaluation category involves discipline with respect of behavior, ethics and values, sincerity, and attendance.

Examination Pattern and Weight-age

The pattern of examination changes periodically by the board. The CBSE new pattern marks the following changes in the same.

The assessment pattern of Class 10 applies to the Class 9 by the CBSE board. The CBSE new pattern of class 9 examination has been changed to a year end exam. Each subject has a total of 100 marks, where 80 marks is assigned toward written examination and 20 marks as internal assessment. The internal assessment marks has three disciplines,

10 marks periodic tests

5 marks for notebook submission and

5 marks for enrichment activity of all subjects

There are no changes in the assessment format for Classes 6 to 8. Yet, the CBSE new pattern has made changes in the number of term exams. Students from classes 6 to 8 have to appear twice in term exams.

The board conducts exam at the end of each term

The exam is set based on the syllabus covered during each terms

For term 2 exam, it includes a percentage of questions from term 1 syllabus

What are the  Benefits in the CBSE New Pattern?

  1. Easy migration for parents and students
  2. When the assessment system is uniform, it is certainly beneficial for students as well as the parents. It is easy for the students to follow the system in any CBSE school across the country. Parents with the transferable jobs can easily migrate from one school to another.
  3. On any given day, marking system followed in schools sounds better than the grading system. Grades collectively indicate the performance of the students. In marking system, the students get a solid idea about what they lag and how they perform. It will motivate students to work hard.
  4. Prepare the students for higher secondary

The major benefit of the CBSE new pattern in assessment and examination is it prepares the students for hard work. Many students face difficulty and pressure in handling heavy subjects in the higher secondary i.e classes 11 and 12. The CBSE new pattern system equips the students to prepare well and face the heavy academic load in the future years.

parent's Testimonials

My daughter Arabhi Nath A P is studying in the First Standard at Mother India Public school, Kallara. It has a great team of friendly and experienced educators who have provided a nurturing and conducive environment to learn.I would like to highlight the open and supportive environment of the school helps them to excel in academic as well as in the areas of their interests like arts,sports and other extra curricular activities such as dance, music, paintings, kalary, karate, skating etc. Here i’m extremely happy with my daughter’s academic as well as her extracurricular progress. Let me thank all teachers and staff of MIPS. And a very special thanks to the principal of MIPS DR. B Raveendran Nair sir who trained his teachers for supporting and provides a more robust educational progress. Looking forward to the experience further.

Mrs Aswathy Praveen

Parent of Arabhy (Class I)

I am extremely happy to say that my daughter Nila A S has made exceptional progress since moving to Mother India Public School, Kallara. She has grown in ability and confidence. The teachers have identified her potential and harnessed it. All the teachers are enthusiastic, caring, supportive and professional. The school helps my child to have a healthy life style. I am really impressed with their extra ordinary yoga sessions,curricular and co curricular activities etc. They have after school PT hours which makes children more productive and beneficial. I would like to appreciate Dr Ravindran Nair Sir, the principal, for ensuring that children’s studies have not been impacted because of covid 19 pandemic. Though online classes are unplanned and unexpected, he has executed it so well. The hard work and dedication has been greatly appreciated. Thank you Mother India Public School for making the first part of her school life so enjoyable and rewarding.

Mrs Saliny Anoop

Parent of Nila A S (Class III)

My children are studying in Mother India Public School, Kallara. Parents want the best for their children. I choose Mother India Public School, Kallara. This school offers a warm, nurturing and supportive environment. I believe teachers play an invaluable role in helping children. Teachers are dedicated to providing a quality, personalized education to all children. Mother India Public School offers the best possible environment for learning. Teachers are resourceful and creative in finding the most amazing ways to develop my child’s curiosity. They really make learning fun activities.

Mrs Ragi Binu