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Senior - Wing Curriculum and Pedagogy

“Learning is a lifelong process, it must be sought for with ardour and attended to with diligence”

K.R.Mangalam World School follows the curriculum mandated by India’s Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The Senior School follows the 21 st Century Skills of 4Cs in its approach towards teaching – Excellence through enhanced Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking in sync with the motto of the school ENGAGE. LEARN. INNOVATE. Through the use of cutting edge technology and innovative practices students are promoted towards independent thinking and learning.

Classes IX to XII comprises the Senior School catering to the age group of 14-18 years. The school follows a 5-day week schedule with school timings from 07:50 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.

The Senior School curriculum enhances critical thinking skills through observation and self-reflection. Assignments are designed based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, focusing on problem-solving through analysis, evaluating options and arriving at plausible solutions. It encourages decision making and aims at creating
global citizens and leaders of tomorrow. We also use the flipped classroom approach, where students watch instructional videos and read relevant material on their own, and use class time to practise applying concepts and working in small groups with the teachers.

The pragmatic approach combined with a variety of activities like Project Based Learning, Experiential Learning, Excursions, and Student Exchange Programs, aid better understanding and makes learning productive. The faculty acts as a guide and facilitator for all team-based projects and group discussions, making students independent logical thinkers.


The National Education Policy 2020 has affirmed that competency-based learning is integral to develop the creative and critical thinking capacities of students to meet the challenges of the 21st century proactively. It emphasises on equipping students with problem-solving skills, analytical skills, and conceptual clarity.

For more details on this national curriculum, please see: Curriculum 2022

Scheme of subjects at Secondary Level (IX & X)

The children at this level practise abstract, diverse, and open-ended assignments and situations-based tasks. They are evaluated based on their strengths and conceptual aptitude to foster meaningful learning without stressing about success and failures. The subjects are transacted through smart classes and hands-on learning making understanding of concepts easier and stimulating.


The subjects offered are:

  • 1 English
  • 2 Mathematics
  • 3 Science
  • 4 Social Science
  • 5 Artificial Intelligence

Students are offered a second language option. They may choose any of the following languages:

  • 1 Hindi
  • 2 German
  • 3 French
  • 4 Sanskrit

Scheme of subjects at Senior Secondary Level (XI & XII)

The curriculum at Senior Secondary Level is based on the aptitude and academic performance of the child in class X. The child has an option to choose the subjects as per his interest and abilities. At this stage, the child gets prepared for life beyond the boundaries of school. Here we focus on delivering in-depth knowledge of concepts, enabling students to face the external CBSE board examination and
competitive examination confidently.


The students have a wide spectrum of subjects to choose from. The subjects offered are:

  • 1  English
  • 2  Mathematics
  • 3  Physics
  • 4  Chemistry
  • 5  Biology
  • 6  Computer Science
  • 7 Informatics Practices
  • 8 Economics
  • 9  Business Studies
  • 10  Accountancy
  • 11  Geography
  • 12  History
  • 13  Sociology
  • 14  Political Science
  • 15  Psychology
  • 16  Painting
  • 17  Physical Education
  • 18  Home Science

KRM offers an extensive range of co-curricular activities customised to the interests and aptitude of a child.



‘A true leader sets an example to test one’s own vision to forge the path to success.’ KRM believes in instilling leadership in all the Mangalites, and with this endeavour, the school appoints Student Council each year and the members pledge to serve their fellow mates. They contribute and support the school administration in various school activities and clubs. The school organises under Leadership Camp to inculcate 21st-century skills like collaboration, critical thinking, and other leadership qualities in student leaders, making them realise their full potential.


The National Cadet Corps is the youth wing of the Indian Armed Forces

NCC has taught us team-building and regulation. It has made us push our limits and bring out the best version of ourselves, with physical and as well as mental training it taught us how to make the best out of any situation.


Everyone has a purpose in life and a unique talent to give to others, and when we blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience the ecstasy and exultation of our own spirit, which is the ultimate goal of all goods.

The National Service Scheme was started to establish a meaningful linkage between the campus and the community. NSS volunteers need to devote a total of 240 hours of social service in a two year duration. Every year, an NSS volunteer has to devote 20 hours of community service. NSS provides an opportunity to the students in the capacity of volunteers to venture out of their comfort zones and make a difference to society

The K.R.MANGALAM NSS volunteers undertook various activities such as: Slum Area Visit , Swachhata Activities, Debates, Plantation Ceremony, Rally on Jal Shakti, NGO Visit etc:

    ‘Fitness is a way of life’
    K.R.Mangalam World School provides world-class sports facilities and encourages fitness and sports activities among all students. Sportshala is an after-school programme to provide a plethora of sports activities to students. The physical stimulation through sports improves the well-being of the students and embeds leadership qualities, teamwork, self-discipline, and self-esteem.
    “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt. Special career counselling sessions are organised for senior students where distinguished personalities from corporate sectors, professors from renowned educational institutions and engineering students from topmost colleges visit the school for their special talks and awareness
    programmes related to various career opportunities.
    Also, there are exclusive programmes aimed at de-stressing students and solving their problems related to speedy and unhindered learning.
    Attending workshops is an integral part of the teaching profession. They help in updating teachers’ knowledge, grooming their personalities and honing their skills. This is an important area of professional development of the staff which is carried out throughout the year with the help of eminent trainers of the country. The focus of the teacher’s training is on the developmental and emotional issues of the children. It also focuses on the team building and self-development of the staff.
    Eminent counsellors and psychologists specialising in early education and child behaviour are invited for comprehensive talks and interactive sessions with the parents to provide them an extra edge to deal with the challenges that may arise while managing their wards at home. Parents in specialised fields are also given the opportunity to conduct sessions for students.

    ‘Building the bond over the years with the alumni’
    The school enjoys the complete support of alumni who willingly contribute to their Alma Mater by conducting workshops, sharing suggestions, and organising career guidance sessions. The diverse experiences of thousands of alumni of KRM add value to the Alma Mater. The school alumni have been placed in reputed colleges in India and abroad, Universities such as IIT, SGT, Delhi University, IP University, OP Jindal, IILM, KIIT, Thapar, Christ, IIM, NLUs, NUS, King’s College, London, Waterloo, British Columbia, , and top Australian Universities.


    Online Summer Internship Program organised by: Fortis Hospital, Department of Mental Health and Behavioural Science. The internship was attended by Grade XII Psychology Students. The students were exposed to practical knowledge and were introduced to various methods and trainings to be used when working in the field of psychology. The theoretical concepts were highlighted and proved and explained through practical experiments and practical concepts.