The academic co-ordinators for each section of the school controls and coordinates various activities of the school. They are,
Mr. Mathew T J
Mrs. Theresa Johnson
Mrs. Sini Paul
We believe that education should be a joyful experience and our philosophy is that each child is unique and has his/her own unique strengths. We provide each student with a learning environment where he/she can excel in the specific areas of interest and aptitude. A lot of emphasis is given to personality development and each child is lovingly monitored to find his/her best. We believe individual attention is the key to a meaningful learning experience and we cater to the specific needs of the leaner with individual care and attention.
Provision is made for the early detection of learning disabilities and to give necessary assistance and support for remedial measures with the help of specialized teachers. The counselling faculty and class teachers along with the subject teachers form a team and give utmost care to bring up the academic standard of each student to the optimum level. We groom our children to be global citizens with high regard for Indian traditions and culture along with strong foundations of positive value system. We base our teachings on the fatherhood of God and brotherhood of all human beings. Thus we aspire to make learning a fun-filled journey of self discovery .
Welcome to Carmel for a holistic educational experience.
The holistic development of an individual is attained through academic excellence, personal, inter-personal and societal skills.
1. INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCE
2. PERSONAL SKILLS
Value Consciousness and Moral Integrity
Courage of Conviction
Communication Skills and Linguistic Ability
Physical Development and Vitality
3. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
Empathy and Sensitivity
Commitment to Society
4. SOCIETAL SKILLS
Responsibilities to Environment
Awareness of Cultural Heritage
Commitment to Society
Carmel is proud of its organizational culture rooted in gospel values, mutual respect, personal maturity and integrity, teamwork and social concern. The School follows the directives of the CBSE in implementing Continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE) at primary and secondary school level. The school year is divided into two terms, from May to September and November to March. There are two formative assessments and one summative assessment in each term. Besides this, grades are awarded to the students according to their performances in and outside the class room. As per CBSE directive, Nine-point scale is followed in Scholastic, five-point scale for scholastic B and three-point scale for co-scholastic activities. CCE report cards are issued regularly and possible efforts are taken with the effective assistance from the part of the parents to maintain good academic standards.