MCCS follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus from KG to Class XII with personal inputs and activity oriented education so that the pupils learn with flexibility and active involvement in the learning process. English is used as the main medium of instruction. National and regional languages are also given due importance.
Class I – X: The school follows CCE – Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation introduced by CBSE from Class I to X, a system of evaluation which covers all aspects of students development. It includes assessment in scholastic as well as co-scholastic aspects of the pupil’s growth.
Scholastic Assessment consists of Formative and Summative Assessments which include unit tests, assignments, projects, quizzes, oral questions and conversational skills, neatness and systematic completion of work and written exams. This assessment will be informal most of the time, but it will be an ongoing process and students have to spend time daily on personal study. Co-scholastic Assessments include Literary and Creative skills, Aesthetic skills and performing art and clubs, Co-curricular activities, social skills, emotional skills, values, attitude towards teachers, classmates, peers, school programmes, environment etc.
Classes I to V follow trimester system and will have Evaluation 1, 2 and 3 at the end of each term – September, December and March.
Classes VI to X follow semester system and will have 4 formative assessments and 2 summative assessments – September and March.
Class XI and XII have annual exam system with 4 unit tests and a mid-term exam in September.
Promotion is based on the total performance at these tests and exams and regular attendance.
It is the policy of the School not to fail a student as far as possible. At the same time, a student who has not acquired the necessary skills to study in a higher class may be not promoted.
MCCS is interested in providing additional possible facilities for slow or weak learners to acquire the necessary skills if parents co-operate with the School in this regard. However, the School strongly discourages the practice of excessive home work, rote-learning, special tuitions etc.