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Curriculum Guidelines

 D.A.V. Centre for Academic Excellence has designed Curriculum Guidelines for classes LKG to standard VIII. It attempts to provide teachers with a complete perspective on education right from its vision, aims and objectives, scheme of studies, planning programme, methodology, variety of games and activities and evaluation.

 The most important feature of curriculum guidelines is that it explains in simple terms the whats, whys and hows of developmental areas physical, motor, social, emotional, language, cognitive, creative and expressive arts, health and hygiene, nutrition and value education.

It gives insights to the teachers in skills and concepts, which need to be developed in children during the course of curriculum transaction throughout the year. Behavioral objectives of skills skills and concepts are stated precisely.

It further provides a comprehensive range of games and activities to cater to each developmental area in accordance with developmental rate, pace and style of an individual child.

Techniques and strategies for lesson planning, dos and don'ts for classroom teaching learning

Processes are explained in a lucid manner.

The Curriculum Sub Committee constituted of curriculum developing experts from NCERT, CBSE, CIE, SCERT, DIET, DAV Principals and practicing teachers from various DAV Schools, designed the curriculum guidelines.

Syllabus and Affiliation

The syllabi and course of study are designed according to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi till

secondary level-(Class X)

Medium of Instruction

  • The medium of instruction is English.
  • Hindi is taught as major language.
  • Other Indian Languages-Punjabi/ Sanskrit is taught as a third language.

Text books

Text books recommended by DAV Education Board are prescribed for classes up to VIII. For the rest CBSE approved NCERT books are followed.


Apart from scholastic (academic) excellence, the students are given a balanced training in

a) Arts and Craft

b) Music

c) Classical Dance

d) Computers.

e) French

f) Chess

g) Athletics

h) Football

i) Yoga & Meditation

j) Dramatics