Pune, India, 18th May 2018: A specially designed curriculum that helps students prepare for competitive exams.
Orchids The International School has come up with a career-focused curriculum, especially for grade 6th to 10th students. The Orchids Career Foundation Programme (OCFP) course mainly focuses on Math and Science which play a crucial role in most competitive examinations. The curriculum involves more of applications of the principles along with an explanation of the concepts.
Orchids have assigned IIT graduates to coach the students in these particular subjects. With individual focus and personal attention, each student is trained to have strong fundamentals and application of the concepts.
Affiliated to CBSE board, the Orchids Career Foundation Programme (OCFP) is an application-based teaching methodology that makes students understand the concepts better. The teacher picks out real-life experiments for better conceptual understanding giving the students an edge over others at the competitive exams.
Since its inception way back in 2002, Orchids The International School has built up a formidable repertoire, which resonates with proficiency in both academic and co-curricular activities.
CBSE has been at forefront of the progress of the education system in India, Orchids The International School is introducing an aid to it. Even though there is still a long way to go in terms of pedagogy, this is yet another step ahead and there are many more steps to go.
Mrs. Rohini Rohit Gurung, The Principal, Pune, says, “The Orchids Career Foundation Programme is a special in-house designed programme, which has helped us to focus on an important aspect of child’s academic and social achievement simultaneously.”
Akanksha Singh, Parent, Bangalore, says, “The special meeting with the member of Orchids Career Foundation Programme helped us to understand the exact requirement of this course. Also, we are happy that Orchids school regularly comes up with different ideas in order to enhance the quality of education at every level.”