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Project Works for Summer Vacation 2014

 

Admission to Class-XI (2014-2015)

 

 

Project Works of Classes X and XII

 

SYLLABUS FOR THE SESSION 2014-15

Class VI-IX

Class VI

Class VII

Class VIII

Class IX

Syllabus of Computer Applications Class VI-IX

Class VI

Class VII

Class VIII

Class IX

Class X

Class X

 

Syllabus of Computer Applications Class X

Class X

 
Class XI

Mathematics
(Science & Commerce)

 
Class XII

Biology

Science

Commerce

Computer Science

Mathematics
(Science)

Mathematics
(Commerce)

 

 

Book List for the Session 2014-15

KG Prep STD I STD II STD III STD IV
STD V STD VI STD VII STD VIII STD IX STD X

Class- K.G. Admission (2014-15)

 

Class-Prep Admission (2014-15)

 

JEE (IIT) Examination & Syllabus

ICSE ISC 2013 Results

Board Result Class X – 2013

Board Result Class XII-Science – 2013 Board Result Class XII-Commerce – 2013
 
ACHIEVERS - ISC 2011
  • Joy Simes qualified himself in AIEEE – Batcher of Architecture – Jharkhand 831 rank.
  • Prerna Jhunjhunwala - Bangalore Institute of Legal Study.
  • Aditya Kamaliab – B. B. A. Christ College Bangalore.
  • Manisha Bhaskar - B. Com. St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata
  • Nancy - B. Com. St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata
  • Rishabh Kothari - Goenka College of Commerce and Business Administration, Kolkata.
  • Shiksha Sanga : - BIT Mesra
  • Debaroti Chattoraj (ISC 2011) has qualified herself in All India Joint Entrance Examination 2011. She got 117 all India Rank.
  • Priyanka Tirkey for qualifying in NIFT (5th Rank in Jharkhand)
  • Amit Kumar Xess IIT 445 (All India Ranking)
  • Swarnim Raj IIT 967 (All India Ranking)
  • Ritu Raj Surin IIT 379 (ST rank)
  • Swapnil IIT
A short Report of School

It’s Xavier’s Doranda calling again. It’s been lots of planning and works in the Jubilee year. Since the beginning of the year, we have been genuinely involved in different activities to commemorate the occasion and to celebrate the fiftieth year of excellence; we have chalked out many activities in this line. We inaugurated the celebration with the ceremonial Holy Mass on 30th of January 2010. His Excellency Jean Deboutte the Ambassador of Belgium and her Ladyship Mrs. Regy were the chief guests for the day. His lordship Bishop Charles Soreng, the Bishop of Hazaribagh was the main celebrant. Our Provincial Rev. Fr. Ranjit Toppo S.J. was the guest of honour. Surprisingly, we had a huge gathering to accompany us in the celebration. There was a short cultural programme preceded by the unveiling of the statue of St. Francis Xavier in the primary section. The DOX too had put up a short presentation on the occasion.

On 24th June 2010, there will be the celebration of Annual Prize Distribution followed by Inter School Co-curricular Competition on July 8th 2010. In the Sports arena, the school is organizing Inter School Basketball Tournament from May 17th to 20th May 2010. Soon thereafter, an Inter School Cricket Tournament will follow. The months of September-October will be the time of Cultural Fest where students will stage a one act play by immortal dramatist Shakespeare “As You Like It”. Besides, we will organize a Cultural Evening. Then the month of November will witness Annual Sports Day and finally December 2010 will have several festive extravaganzas such as the School Carnival, Felicitation of teachers, DOX Gathering and Closing Ceremony of the Golden Jubilee. To add more joy, we will soon have the Golden Jubilee Gates erected by DOX at the entrance of the school. The construction for the same is due to start in few days.

Meanwhile two of our students, Anirban Dutta and Kumar Shivam of standard X accompanied by Mrs. Bela Mohan have just returned having attended an “International Youth Camp” held in Czech Republic from April 10th to 19th 2010. Their experience is indeed going to enrich us. Another group of twelve students is getting ready to have international exposure in Belgium in the month of June 2010. They are being especially trained to share their life, vision, dreams, and culture.

The completion of the syllabus has become the latest challenge in the sweltering summer in the wake of the order coming from D.C. that required the early closure of the primary school and of classes VI and VII. We are always on the lookout for better alternatives for proper completion of the syllabus. However, due to unavoidable circumstances we do reschedule and rearrange the Academic and Co-curricular Calendar of the year. Hence, we have been conducting special classes for std. VIII to XII. The summer vacation is due to begin from 6th June 2010.

The holiday times are good occasions for refreshment and research. Hence, home work for students of the primary section and topics for projects (carrying 20 marks) to the students of the senior section have been given respectively. We have therefore insinuated among the students that a constant disconnection from studies over a long period of time might at times result in disinterest towards academics. We have given sufficient works and instructions so as to have refreshed and more well-informed students after the vacation.

We have also finished conducting the Board Exams for the academic year 2009-2010. Now we are eagerly waiting for the results which will be tentatively declared around Third Week of May 2010. Immediately after the declaration of results the applications for the Plus Two Science and Commerce streams will be issued from the school office. Our Plus Two section since its beginning has been doing hugely and now with the inception of Commerce we have started aiming for higher excellence.

Recently, we finished the process for new admissions. The admission-days are most hectic and full of taxing experiences. There are pressures from all sorts of people of different ranks and status. The school undergoes difficult times as there are some form bureaucracy and political arena who constantly fail to understand our moral bindings. However, we kept our calm and Diplomatically Pulled through these violent tides as ever.

So, this is what we have been facing and undergoing recently. Do join us in all our endeavors and keep us afloat to enliven the spirit of Ignition Pedagogy.

Fr. Ajit Kumar Xess, S. J.