At Loyola Ucchtar Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Kunkuri, Education for Life, Excellence in Education and Commitment to a meaningful Education are of prime importance. Quality education is provided to each and every child. The school believes that love for education should be developed in children in initial years and conducive conditions should be created for them to pursue a positive approach in life.
The school has students enrolled from grade Nur to grade 12. In the 11th and 12th classes all students prepare for AISSCE. The students are offered the following combination of subjects
Humanities-History, Geography, Sociology, Political Science & Physical Education
Loyola Ucchtar Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Kunkuri, strictly follows C.B.S.E curriculum from class IX onwards and Loyola Ucchtar Madhyamik Vidyalaya, KunkuriSyllabus from class Nur to VIII.
C.B.S.E Board is India’s leading organization in providing education at under graduate level. Almost every city worth its name has one or more C.B.S.E Affiliated schools and the number is progressively increasing.
It promotes innovations in teaching and learning methodologies by
Devising student friendly and students centered programmes.
Skill learning by adding job oriented and job linked inputs.
Regularly updating the pedagogical skills of the teachers and administrators by conducting in service training programmes, workshops etc.
C.B.S.E Curriculum & syllabus are covered through
Classroom Programmes : Well prepared to suit the individual needs of every child
Classroom Activities : Based on projects, assignments and models
Evaluation System : Constant and in depth evaluation process which ensures quality of learning
Teaching – Learning Programmes : Student centric value oriented and computer based teaching
Incentives : To encourage the students and teachers for better performance in academic and co curricular activities
Competitive Classes : To build confidence for facing competitive challenges like PMT, IIT, AIEEE and others
Other Programmes : Student enhancement programmes, excursion, sports and a number of co curricular activities