Academic Details 


Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi and offers education to girls from class V to XII.
The medium of instruction is English.


The core curriculum prescribed by the CBSE is followed in classes V-X. In class IX the student may choose between Hindi or Sanskrit as the Second Language.
There are three subject streams offered in class XI and XII. In addition to compulsory Core or Elective English, a student has to opt for four other subjects :

  1. Humanities History, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Fine Art (Painting / Dance / Music), Economics, Home Science, Physical Education, Hindi, Multimedia Web Technology.

  2. Commerce Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Multimedia Web Technology, Home Science, Physical Education, Hindi, Psychology

  3. Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Mathematics, Computer Science, Multimedia Web Technology, Home Science, Physical Education, Hindi, Psychology.

The subject combination(s) offered in each stream depends on the number of girls in a batch opting for the subject.


The school has qualified, experienced and dedicated teaching staff. It comprises about 50 trained graduate and post-graduate teachers, some faculties live on campus. This enables them to involve themselves in all the activities of the school. The teacher-student ratio of 1: 9 ensures attention to each child.


The school has a well-stocked library for books and periodicals; well-equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Home Science, Geography and Mathematics; two Computer laboratories with Internet connectivity; and Art, Music and Dance rooms.

The Academic Block is a double-storeyed building with spacious classrooms. A separate set of six classrooms comprises the Junior School for classes V-VII.

An auditorium with a seating capacity of 1000 is used for the morning assembly and for school functions.

School Terms
I Term : April to October
II Term : November to March
Summer vacation is from the end of April to the beginning of July


Assessment of a student is on a continuous basis with a system of two sets of Unit Tests in August, September .

In addition, there is a Half-Yearly Examination in December and the Final Examination in March. The following weightage is given to each of these tests and contributes to final assessment for promotion to the next class :

Unit Tests
25 marks
Half Yearly
25 marks
Final Exam
50 marks
100 marks

Classes X & XII undergo a Pre-Board examination in January in addition to Term Tests and the Half-Yearly Examination.