We are affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. The medium of instruction is English, with Kannada and Hindi listed as second language options for grade 9th and 10th.
The teaching methodologies are startagically designed to encourage and motivate each student to develope self interest towards education. Participation in seminars, discussions, publications, dramatics, public speaking and other activities that enhance concentration and classroom learning, enable students to acquire learning skills required for an overall intellectual, psychological and social growth.
Course work in the NIPS curriculum requires students to learn through real world problems and have real world experiences. Extended, and often overnight, field trips are an essential component of learning, especially for the higher grades in subjects like biology, geography and economics. They provide realistic opportunities to demonstrate the interconnectedness of learning. Teachers from different disciplines work collaboratively to gather data from field trips for research and graded course work. For example, a trip to an offshore island would give students an opportunity to investigate the ecology of an offshore reef, the mangrove forest in the littoral zone and the rainforest inland. The humanities teacher could direct inquiry into the economic and social patterns characteristic of island life and the economics instructor could investigate the local hotel industry for its use of resources and impact on the environment.
The society has placed its priceless possession under my guidance. The child observer my behavior, my movements, listens to my speech based on which he learns to move ahead in his life. Teachers don’t have limitation for knowledge. An attribute of touchstone is to turn iron into gold. Teachers have the capability to raise the student to the level of a touchstone with his affectionate touch.