The Indian School Certificate (ISC)
Examination is a school leaving examination of the CISCE and is offered at our Yelahanka campus. Students clearing Class X can apply for admission to this course under Council eligibility rules. The ISC examination is recognized by the Inter Universities Board for entry into a 3-year college system leading to a Bachelor’s degree.
The ISC is a two-year academic program designed for students in Class XI and XII (aged 16-19).
It is a slightly more rigorous program known for developing strong fundamentals of a subject by using the repetitive method and building the practical knowledge through practical assignments.
It is also an internationally recognized and accepted qualification for entry into higher education.
ISC follows the learning method based on understanding, application, practical experience and skill-set based learning.
Its focus is on developing interdisciplinary understanding although its academic curriculum is rigorous compared to most of the others.
Projects are an integral part of the curriculum, which helps develop analytical skills in a student. The ISC board offers its students a strong conceptual knowledge but prepares them for management studies as well.
The curriculum exposes the student to both depth and breadth of knowledge and understanding.
A minimum of 5 subjects should be taken to qualify for ISC:
Students have a vast range of subjects to choose from each within the two groups.
Private candidates are not permitted to appear for the examination.
We believe in holistic education, while providing nutritional diet and physical activities as an integral part of their curriculum at VVP.
Electives (Any one): Biology / Computer Science
Electives (Any two): Economics / Computer Science / Business Studies / Mathematics