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Levels of Fun learning

The first level of learning starts from the kindergarten section where classes commence for the age group of 2 ½ to 5 years. Pre-Nursery, LKG and UKG are the three steps the child climbs up to enter the primary school. Here children are taught to recognise, identify, team-up, speak, start writing, colour, stick, feel, taste and many more varied activities. The methods used are Montessori as well as Kindergarten methodology of teaching.

The Second level of learning starts with Primary schooling where the age group is slated from 5 and 1/2   to 10 years. At this level, children are introduced to proper subjects like Hindi / Kannada, English, Mathematics, Environmental Science. Students also learn work - experience (art & craft), Value Education, General Knowledge, Physical Education and Computers as graded subjects.

The Third level of fun learning starts from the age group of 11 to 13 years, termed as Middle School, where the curriculum broadens to help children to grasp abstract ideas and become more innovative. They are given more projects to learn the subjects better and comprehend the concepts to use in their daily lives. They are also introduced to a 3rd language with an option of Sanskrit / Kannada / Hindi.

The Fourth level of learning comprises of students in the age group of 14 to 16 years, termed as High School, where children are prepared for the board level examination. They are trained by being exposed to experiments in labs, viva, projects etc.; so that they are well organised and prepared before they appear for their board exams. They are also rightfully counselled to select their stream of choice, at their graduation level.

The Fifth level consists of Higher Secondary group where we offer Science and Commerce subjects. Options for Science field are: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, MATHEMATICS, BIOLOGY or COMPUTER SCIENCE.


Assessment Process

School periodically assesses the all-round development of a child, commencing from the kindergarten level. We have introduced CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) process as prescribed by the CBSE board from Class 3 onwards, till the 10th Std. . This includes assessment of a child in all spheres of the schooling life. Their projects; oral, writing, involvement in events, participation in competitions, sports, yoga, music, dance, physical education, art and craft etc. are assessed by the teachers and the students are given points or grades accordingly. Right from the start of these assessments, which go on throughout the year, percentages are taken to be included in the final results, at the end of the academic year.

 CCE Process Of Assessment

There will be two terms for the assessments; the first term will be from April - September and the second term from October to March, of the subsequent year.

  • Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment.
  • Assessment will be indicated in Grades and Percentile rank.
  • The grading Scale for the Scholastic Domain is a nine point grading Scale given at the back of the card.
  • This will assess students for Work-Experience, Art Education and Physical and Health Education.
  • It will be assessed on a five point grading scale.
  • There are Descriptive Indicators which are statements used to describe each learner.
  • Overall Grade will be given at the end of each class sessions (annual report card) which includes Parts 1, 2 and 3.

Part 2: Consists of Co-Scholastic Areas,where students are assessed in two parts; Life Skills and Attitude and Values.

2(A): Life Skills: This consists of Thinking Skills, Social Skills and Emotional Skills which will be assessed on a five point grading Scale.

2(B): Attitude and Values:This consists of attitude towards Teachers, Schoolmates, School Programmes and Environment and will be assessed on a three point grading Scale.

Value Systems refers to the framework which must be developed right through primary to secondary level. These will be assessed on a three point grading Scale.


Part 3: Consists of Co-Scholastic areas wherein choice in participation and assessment thereof is available.This part consists of two sub parts.

3(A):Literary & Creative skills, Scientific skills, Aesthetic Skills and Performing Art and Clubs(Eco, Health and Wellness clubs etc.).

3(B): Eight different kinds of activities have been provided.

1. Sports/ Indigenous sports (Kho-Kho etc.)

2. NCC / NSS

3. Scouting and Guiding

4. Swimming

5. Gymnastics

6. Yoga

7. First Aid

8. Gardening/Shramdaan


The learner needs to be assessed on any two from the first sub-part and any two from the second sub-part.

Except Life Skills each of these Co-scholastic areas will be assessed on a three point grading Scale.  :




The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievements is reproduced below:   


Range Grade

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5-point grading scale for measuring Scholastic B areas are as follows:








      • DMCS is one of the few top CBSE schools in Bangalore to achieve 100% pass percentage for many consecutive years.
      • DMCS has a fair representation of national as well as international students studying in its campus.
      • DMCS provides clean, safe and hygienic food in its canteen.
      • DMCS is one of the few eco-friendly schools to instate Rain Water Harvesting and Windmill Electricity Generation in its school campus.
      • DMCS is one of the first schools in Bangalore to initiate Organic Farming, wherein students are given responsibility to take care of the farming portion allocated to their class.
      • DMCS has a decent sports playground which is also used by several educational institutions in Bangalore.
      • The DMCS Library is a great repository of books and leading journals and has subscribed to multiple book agencies.
      • DMCS has one of the highest number of co-curricular activities in an academic year across India.
      • DMCS has been appreciated for it’s High School facility which has modernized and state of the art infrastructure.
      • DMCS has one of the best Computer and Science Labs, providing emphatic mentoring to its students.
      • DMCS conducts one of the biggest campus, Annual Celebrations in India –Gardenia Junior.
      • DMCS has its own in house magazine publication named – GEMS, an indigenous monthly publication applauded by the students and parent fraternity.
      • DMCS is one of the few CBSE schools in Bangalore which conducts mainstream activities and celebrations eg. World Literacy Day, International Women’s Day, World Humanitarian Day etc.- across the academic year.
      • DMCS, consecutively has been a part of the biggest debating platform “Verbattle” and has won umpteen laurels in the aforesaid forum.
      • DMCS conducts the biggest Football competition for schools across Bangalore called the Kickers Cup Tournament.
      • DMCS conducts the biggest Badminton competition for schools across Bangalore, on a yearly basis.
      • DMCS is one of the few CBSE schools in Bangalore with Dual-Campus facility- both driven with a common vision and unique spirit.


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