Sri Rama vidyalaya is wholly supported by JC kala Educational & cultural Trust and KSLBCT(Kakade Santhuram Lakshmi Bai Charitable Trust). In 1999 under the leadership of Rashtreeya Ratna Sri H R Satish Chandra, along with a group of likeminded founders who were people of enterprise and innovation- practical dreamers – embodied in Agragami, the concept of an educational institution delivering general and professional education to all classes of people, without seeking any donations from the public.
Grades XI and XII are offered at the Agragami Vidya Kendra. If the student of Sri Rama Vidyalaya (CBSE) wishes to continue onto grades XI and XII with CBSE, she/he should transfer to Vidya Kendra at Yelahanka campus.
In class XI and XII we are following the scheme of study prescribed for the 10+2 pattern by the CBSE. The students are prepared for the AISSCE exams of the CBSE New Delhi. The emphasis is laid in the curriculum on the national identity and value education.
The elephant stands for strength, intelligent and memory. The two interlinked stars signify the interlocking of Cosmic and the physical energy. The six pointed start represented a balance of the six energies inherent of the sun's rays.
To mould an individual to Excel in learning by imparting the true knowledge, based on rich Indian culture.Blended with Modern learning tools.
Knowledge to Excel
“ Education is an integral component of life. ”.
Education to me is
The whole purpose of education is to turn all the mirrors into windows and doors to see the outside world and equip the next generation to face the situation and create a better atmosphere in the future. The roots of education are bitter but the fruit is sweet.
The syllabus must be enriched by incorporating a good pedagogy & integrated program to create learning experiences and right interpretation of facts. According to me “Every individual is Talented in one or the other way and possess some of the eight different types of Intelligences” like
As each child possess a different and unique combination of these intelligences, the way they would learn and interact with the world would be different as well. Every child is innately talented and uniquely gifted, and it is up to teachers, mentors and parents to nurture and bring out the hidden and budding talents in a child.
In Sri Rama we create and encourage students to embody self-confidence and think out of the box and become independent thinkers, entrepreneurs and professionals who possess the skills and aptitudes in an array of functional disciplines through
Life skills and Value based education.
I believe, my role as an educator is to guide and nurture the next generation to establish their skills to achieve health, respect, prosperity & fulfillment.
I elate my teachers to use all the available resources to inspire themselves and the students to work together to promote student achievement.
Education is all about providing the specialized skills and helping them to inculcate good Moral Values that can be absolutely for the betterment of the mankind.
I would like to thank all the stakeholders and my dear staff members for extending their co-operation and support without which it would not be possible to make it into a premier institution.
Education aims at making children capable of becoming responsible, productive and useful members of society. Knowledge, skills and attitudes are built through learning experiences and opportunities created for learning in school. It is in the classroom that learner’s can analyses and evaluate their experiences, learn to doubt, to question to investigate and to think in dependently.
To provide vibrant and holistic school education that will engender excellence in every sphere of human endeavor. The school is committed to import knowledge with motto ‘knowledge to excel’.
Evaluation is seen as an integral part built into the teaching-learning process, learners will not perceive tests and examination with fear
It will lead to diagnosis, remedial action and enhancement of learning. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation is a school based evaluation of a student that covers all aspects of a student development.
It is continuity and behavioral outcome erects two fold objectives. Students ‘growth and development’ is a continuous process and .built into total teaching learning process and spread over the entire span of academic session. The term ‘comprehensive’ means that the scheme attempts to cover both the scholastic and the co-scholastic aspects.
The learner’s development in areas of learning – the LOT and HOT
Lower order thinking and higher order thinking-i,e knowledge, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating and creating are taken care of.
Class 1 to 5 is the time of multi dimensional learning. Curriculum is based on the NCERT frame work as per CBSE.
|Total 100 marks( Syllabus for assessment will be only class- X)|
|subjects||80 Marks( Board Examination) student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject||20 marks student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject|
|Periodic test (10 Marks)||Note book submission ( 5 Marks)||Subject Enrichment Activity ( 5Marks)|
|Language 1||Board will conduct Class-X Examination for 80 Marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject of class-X only. Marks and Grades both will be awarded for individual subjects. 9-point grading will be same as followed by the Board in class XII||Periodic written test, restricted to three in each subject in an Academic Year. Average of the best two tests to be taken for final marks submission||Speaking and listening Skills|
|Language 2||Speaking and listening Skills|
|science||Practical Lab Work|
|Mathematics||Maths Lab Practical|
|Social Science||Map work and project Work|
|6th Additional Subject||Scheme of studies for 6th additional subject is detailed in Annexure-I Note: in case student opts a language as 6th additional subject the modalities defined for Languages 1 and 2 shall be followed|
|Activity||To be graded on a 5-point scale (A-E) in school||Areas and objectives ( as prescribed in the Scheme of studies for Subjects of Internal Assessment)|
|work Education or Pre-Vocational Education||By the concerned Teacher||Work education is a distinct curricular area for students for participation in social, economic and welfare activities. Student gets a sense of community service and develops self-reliance. (for Pre-Vocational Education as per scheme of studies)|
Tools and Techniques for the assessment
|Tests and inventories||quizzes and competitions|
|Document analysis||group discussion|
|Port folio||club activities |
Activity Clubs Club Activity for grades I to X will be conducted in the school campus and it is mandatory for every child to be a part of atleast one of the clubs:
|Name of the Clubs||Name of the Sports|
|Maths Club||Throw Ball|
|Home Science Club||Volley Ball|
Any change in the plan of club activity options offered will be intimated to you, in time.
Competitions conducted by outside agencies -
A student seeking admission to any class in a 'School' will be eligible for admission to that Class only if he :
Documents need to be submitt at the time of seeking admission
Admission: Specific Requirements
Education aims at the manifestation of perfection already in an individual. Knowledge skills and attitudes are built through learning experiences and opportunities created for learners in school. The school follows CBSE guidelines. The academics year is divided into two terms. April to September and October to March.
All the classes from I to X have Physical Education and Yoga classes. In Fine arts they have an option. They can select any one from the following category. Tabala, Flute, Classical dance, Western dance, Guitar, Drums, Light music and dramatization. The period allotment is followed as per the guide lines given by the Board.
The following activities are carried on each year regularly
|1||Principal||Mrs.ROOPA KUDUM||MA, B.Ed||ENGLISH||14 Years|
|2||Coordinator||Ms.Lalithamani G||B.Sc, B.Ed||English||25 Years|
|3||TGT||Mrs. Neelam Singh||M.A, B.Ed||Hindi||12 Years|
|4||TGT||Mrs. Saroja B||M.A, TCH||Kannada||15 Years|
|5||TGT||Mrs. Balanagammal||B.A, M.A||Socila Science||24 Years|
|6||PGT||Mrs.AMBICA SAHOO||M.Sc, M.Phill, B.Ed||BIOLOGY||4 Years|
|8||PRT||Mrs. Mangala Gowri||M.A||Science||4 Years|
|9||PRT||Mrs. Savitha||B.A B.Ed||Kannada||10 Years|
|10||PRT||Mrs.KARUNA CHOUDHRY||M.A, B.Ed||HINDI||6 Years|
|11||PRT||Mrs.PHILOMENA NAVITHA||B.A||English||4 Years|
|12||PRT||Mrs Shilpa Kumari G S||B.Sc||English||3 Years|
|13||TGT||MR Jayaram||Diploma||Art||9 Years|
|14||PRT||Mrs.SWATI.S.GANBOTE||M.Sc, B.Ed||SCIENCE||3 Years|
|15||TGT||Mrs. Manjula||B.com(DCA)||English||15 Years|
|16||TGT||Mrs. Padmamma||B.A, D.Ed||Kannada||6 Years|
|17||TGT||Mrs. Divya||M.Tech||Mathematics||2 Years|
|18||NTT||Mrs.POONAM KHAPATTE||B.A, NTT||NURSERY||3 Years|
|19||TGT||Mrs.R.APARNA||MCA||IT & COMPUTER||4 Year|
|20||PRT||Mrs.LAKSHMI.A.HIREMATH||MCA, B,Ed||MATHS||1 Years|
|21||PRT||Mrs.SOUNDRI RAJGOPAL||B.Com, M.T.T||SOCIAL SCIENCE||5 Years|
|22||TGT||Mrs. Geetha K||Diploma(E&C)||2 Years|
|23||PRT||Mrs. Sree Devi H S||B.Sc, D.Ed||Social Science||2 Years|
|24||P.E||Mrs.HARSHINI.A||B.A, B.Ped||PHYSICAL EDUCATION||4 Year|
|25||PRT||Mrs. NANDITHA ARCHANA.P||MBA||ENGLISH||1 Years|
|26||TGT||Mrs. Shaji||M.Sc||Biology||8 Years|
|27||TGT||Mrs. Mangala Gowramma T.K||M.Sc||Biology||8 Years|
|28||TGT||Mrs. Sushma||M.Sc||Biology||8 Years|
School has well ventilated spacious class rooms with digital board.
Eurekha Think Lab facilities are provided for classes 3-8 .These activities enhances the learning opportunities and hand on experiments provide them observational, manipulated and inferential skills.
School has a sprawling play ground.
Aqua guard is installed to ensure safe drinking water to all children.
A Library stocked with reference books/ story books / journals.
The school's own transport facilities are available in areas like, Jakkur , Amruthahalli, Yelahanka , Sahakar Nagar , Hegade Nagar and so on.
The school campus and transport system is under CC Tv surveillance to ensure the safety of children and staff.
School has sprawling play filed conductive for khokho , Volley ball, throwball , kabbadi and athletics. Indoor game facilities are also on the card.Apart from Physical Education classes, special training in indigenous sports as Kabaddi / Kho-Kho and volley ball training is given.
All classrooms are equipped with digital board with enables smart learning and enhances children learning ability.
8.45 a.m – 3.05 p.m on all working days.All Saturdays are working except 2nd Saturday.
Students should wear the prescribed uniforms. Wednesday and Saturdays house colour uniform. Monday /Tuesday / Thursday/ Friday Regular uniform
All children should be disciplined and obey to the rules and regulations formulated by the Management and the faculty .
|April / June||Formative Assessment 1|
|July / August||Formative Assessment 2|
|September||Summative Assessment 1|
|October/ November||Formative Assessment 3|
|March||Summative Assessment 2|
|December / January||Formative Assessment 4|
World Environment day
World day against child labour
International day of Yoga
CCA oratorical contest
Health and wellness club activity
CCA spell bee
CCA Flower carpet / Vegetable carving/ Rangoli
CCA Drawing / painting
|OCTOBER||Heritage Fest / S U P W- Poster making|
|NOVEMBER||Sports day / Art and craft club|
|DECEMBER||Agragami Astra Awards|
|JANUARY||CCA - Language clubs|
|FEBRUARY||World Light channeling Day Science / Maths club|