Vishwajyot High School (ICSE) was born out of a passion to educate children in India the right way. With a 12 year old legacy, and three batches of students passing out of 10th years, Vishwajyot has proved that through its unique pedagogy and methodology, excellent results can be achieved.Students at Vishwajyot High school are testimony to that fact that a school can develop children’s minds, bodies and hearts, to create the leaders of the future.
Why ICSE : CBSE ICSE was first established by the Local Examinations Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. Many Pundits suggest that the syllabus followed by ICSE schools is far superior than that followed by the CBSE schools mainly in terms of content and volume. The board conducts an ICSE examination towards the end of tenth grade and an Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination towards the end of twelfth grade. Certification under the ICSE is recognised in India and around the world.
Advantages : The ICSE syllabus lays a strong emphasis on mastering the English language, a huge advantage for students when it comes to building leadership and social skills.
In ICSE, internal assessments are vital and practical tests are aggregated with the overall scores. The syllabus focuses on learning through experience and experimentation rather than through one-way teaching. Additionally, ICSE students get a choice of subjects earlier in their education than CBSE students. Both of these contribute to active and enjoyable learning, helping a child retain up to 45 times more.Further the syllabus followed by the ICSE is more comprehensive and complete, encompassing all fields with equal importance, encouraging subjects like environmental education etc.
Curriculum : We at Vishwajyot believe in creating leaders of tomorrow – individuals who are equipped to deal with the problems of the next generation and not of the past one. At Vishwajyot, we tailor our pedagogy based on the theories of global experts such as Dr. Rudolf Steiner (founder of Constructivism) and Dr. Howard Gardener (Harvard School of Education). We specifically look to eliminate some of the key problems of India’s education system such as – poor analytical skill development, poor leadership skill development, very little focus on application of content learned and poor communication skill development.