The School year, which begins in April and ends in March, comprises of three terms: April to August, September to December, January to April. The course of school studies extends from the Preparatory Class to Class 10. It is designed to prepare students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination, conducted by the Council for the I.S.C. Examination, New Delhi.
The I.C.S.E. is designed to provide an examination in a course of general education, through the medium of English, without any diversification of studies, in accordance with the recommendations of the Kothari Commission. Candidates for the examination will be required to have completed satisfactorily courses in a third language (Marathi), Art and Craft, Physical Education, Moral and Spiritual Values and Socially Useful and Productive Work and Community Service. These are assessed internally by the school and their results will count towards the award of the I.C.S.E. Examination Certificate.
After a ten-year course, candidates are required to offer subjects as laid down by The Council for the I.C.S.E. Examination.
The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education is an Examination equivalent to the S.S.C. and the students who pass this examination and are awarded certificates are eligible for admission to the H.S.C. or I.S.C. stream.
Candidates are declared successful if they reach a prescribed minimum aggregate of marks in the compulsory subjects and at least attain the pass standard in five subjects which must include the subject English and also pass in Socially Useful and Productive Work and Community Service.
Hindi is taught from Class 1. Marathi, the regional language of the State is compulsory from Class 1 to Class 8. Art, Craft, Music, Physical Training, outdoor games, yoga and activities are compulsory for all.