At FCS, studies are governed by variety of academic policies and procedures. Students are expected to familiarize themselves and follow the academic policies outlined below. We review and update these policies periodically to stay up-to-date and relevant in the context of effective information dissemination.
The academic policies and procedures formulated by the institute varies subject to the different academic levels in the school. In order to stay abreast with the latest policy changes students and parents are requested to check this page from time to time.
Students may avail of the school’s transport, subject to the availability of the seats.
Future Campus School students will be encouraged to complete assignments using computers / word processors. In the Primary School, there will be due emphasis on handwriting and presentation skills and it must be remembered that all tests and examinations are handwritten.
A properly headed general administration department looks after all important administrative areas like safety, security, hygiene and sanitation, student’s health care and campus beautification.
The napkin and mat issued to LKG and UKG children are integral part of school uniform and hence the students have to carry these things to school daily and use it while having their Tiffin.
At Future Campus School the children are tutored with utmost care. Learning is a complete process which includes imparting of knowledge, revising and rehearsing, inculcating reading and writing skills and moral values, nurturing of latent capabilities and encouraging the imagination of the child. In Future Campus School we have interactive smart boards where students are taught modules with the help of audio-visual presentations. Consequent upon the decision taken by the CBSE the dual scheme of examination for class X shall stand discontinued for the students appearing in class X, academic year 2017-18 and onwards. The students have to appear for board exam in class X conducted by CBSE in different exam centres. From year 2017-2018 all school exam would be conducted as per remodelled assessment structure explained below. Remodelled assessment structure effective from the Academic year 2017-18 for Class X 1.
Total 100 marks (Syllabus for assessment will be only Class-X)
80 Marks (Board Examination) Student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject
20 Marks (Internal Assessment) Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject
Activity (5 Marks)
Board will conduct Class- X Examination for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject of Class-X only. Marks and Grades both will be awarded for individual subjects, 9 - point grading will be same as followed by the Board in Class XII.
Periodic written Test, restricted to
three in each
subject in an Academic Year.
Average of the best two tests to be taken for
final marks submission.
This will cover:
Neatness & upkeep of notebook
Practical Lab Work
Maths Lab Practical
Work and Project
The academic year for various classes is divided as follows:
The academic year is divided into three terms:
Evaluation of child’s progress would be done on the basis of continuous assessments which include comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, conversation, concepts, activity, environment sensitivity etc. Progress report would be given to the parents at the end of each term.
The academic year for various classes is divided as follows:
Evaluation of Academic Subjects in classes III to X from 2017-18 onwards will be as follows as directed by CBSE. The school would conduct an end-of-year Annual Examination on 100% syllabus along with 3 period written test in the entire academic year. Of the 3 period written test the best two will be taken. In order to incorporate gradient learning these 3 tests will be as follows:
For the purpose of gradient learning school has opted for the following schedule of evaluation from academic session 2017-18 onwards.
91 - 100
81 - 90
71 - 80
61 - 70
51 - 60
41 - 50
33 – 40
32 & Below
Co-scholastic Areas (Grading on 3 points scale)
Students must obtain the qualifying grade (minimum grade D) in all the subjects under Scholastic Domain.
Certificates will be awarded subject wise to the student who has secured A1 in individual subjects.
Grades will be awarded to the students as mentioned above.
The school’s Resource Centre is open to all students from class I onwards. All classes have one Resource Centre period in their weekly schedule barring XI & XII for whom services of the resource centre is always available. Students visiting the Resource Centre have to observe the following rules:
Non-compliance of rules given above will result in issuance of yellow card and repeated offence will result in suspension for a week.
A students’ council will be formed every session in order to instill leadership quality in students. This gives them a sense of responsibility and ownership. The Students Council becomes a mouthpiece of the students. They act as a link between the Head of the School, Teachers and Students. They help to organize different activities scheduled in the event calendar along with the teacher.
The student from Class VI onwards gets organized into house system. Future Campus School has 4 houses, Red, Blue, Yellow and Green. Each house has designated role models & are guided by a motto such as :
Arise awake and stop not till the goal is reached.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Human civilization does not lie in isolation but in brotherhood and togetherness.
Facts are many but truth is one, search for it.
Service before self.
The basic purpose of this house system is to inculcate leadership qualities amongst students which make them courageous and confident. All houses are led by house captains assisted by vice captains who are elected by the house every year. These leaders work under the guidance of house teachers, who in turn take responsibility in helping their respective houses to participate in inter-house competition throughout the year and also during the Annual Sports.
The objective is to ensure that today’s students are well-prepared to be tomorrow’s innovators, leaders and engaged citizens of the world.