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KG SECTION:

The third round of evaluation of the KG section was carried out successfully and the results were declared on 17 March 2010.

GRADES I-VIII :

The third round of evaluation was carried out from 27 Feb 2010 till 14 March 2010 and the results declared on 23 March 2010.

GRADE IX: Summative Assessment –2 was conducted successfully as per the directives of CBSE. The results were compiled and declared on 7 March 2010.

GULF SAHODAYA EXAMINATION:  Students of grade XI appeared for the Gulf Sahodaya Examination held in the month of Feb 2010. The result was declared on 7 March 2010.

CBSE EXAMINATION:

IISJ is the centre for the CBSE Examination for all the schools affiliated to CBSE syllabus in Jeddah.

GRADE X:

The students of the following schools appeared for the AISS Examination in the month of March 2010.

IIS Jeddah, IIS Taif, IIS Tabuk, Al Wurood, Al Falah, Al Mawarid, Al Noor, Novel Int’l School and Radwa Int’l School.

500 girls and 459 boys appeared for the AISS Examination at the centre at IISJ.

GRADE XII:

The students of the following schools appeared for the AISSC Examination in the month of March 2010.

 IIS  Jeddah, IIS Tabuk, Al Mawarid and Al Falah.

260 girls and 245 boys appeared for the AISSC Examination at the

centre at IISJ.

The Examination started from 3 March and will continue till 5 April’ 10.

SPECIAL COACHING CLASSES

 

Intensive Coaching Classes were conducted both at the boys and girls sections. Coaching classes for the subjects in which students required additional coaching were arranged before the Prefinal Examination. The coaching continued after the declaration of the Prefinal Examination till the commencement of the Board Examination.
In the girls section Special Coaching classes continued during the regular working hours during the Board Examination for the students who required additional help.
STUDY CAMP: For the first time a study camp was organized for the boys appearing for the X and XII Board Examination. The classes were conducted in the evening hours from 6:00p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in the school premises. These classes commenced from 24 Feb 2010. The classes were conducted for the subject for which they have to appear for the board exam between the gaps. The response from the students was quite encouraging and at an average of 10—30 students attended these classes for subjects like, Social Science, Mathematics, Hindi etc.

COACHING FOR ENTRANCE EXAMS:
IISJ has taken the initiative to begin coaching classes to train its students who are aspiring to appear for AIPMT and AIEEE examinations. The coaching will be held at the respective sections for the boys and the girls. To begin with, the present XII batch will be given a crash course from 25 of March 2010. The senior secondary students of the Science Stream of 2010-2011 batch will be given coaching on regular basis. This initiative has received immense response from the students and the parents of our school. The Senior teachers of the school will be the mentors for the coaching classes

 

ADMISSION POLICY FOR THE

YEAR 2010 - 2011

 With the tremendous demand for admissions on one hand and paucity of space on the other, the school management decided to make the admission process fair, easier and convenient by granting admission to eligible candidates as per availability of seats, by drawing lots, for the year 2010—2011. Parents registered online and in person and obtained the parent registration number instantly. Lots for admission to KG section were drawn on 5 March’ 10 and the wait list for classes I-XII was drawn on 12 March’ 10. Thousands of parents were present for the draw and their immense support enabled the school to successfully complete the process. The students on wait list will be called for admission only when seats are available. The School Management thanks the parents for their support and cooperation.
 

A WORD TO THE STUDENTS

 

DEVELOP SUCCESS HABITS THIS ACADEMIC YEAR

 

The individual who wants to reach the top must appreciate the might and force of habit. He must be quick to break those habits that can break him and hasten to adapt those habits that will help him achieve the success he desires.  - J. Paul Getty.

Psychologists tell us that upto 90% of our behaviour is habitual. 90% ! From the time you get up in the morning till the time you retire at night, there are hundreds of things you do the same way every day. Over the years, you have developed a set of firmly entranced habits that determine how well every area of your life works, from your studies to your  health & your relationship with your parents, your family members and friends.

Whatever habits you currently have established are producing your current level of results. More than likely, if you want to create higher levels of success, you are going to need to drop some of your habits like procrastination, social networking, long telephonic conversations etc and replace them with more productive habits like enough sleep, healthy food habits, time management etc.

Embrace and see each day as not just another day, but one field with opportunity and excitement. Choose for yourself those endeavours you wish to pursue and live a life of moral fulfillment and simplicity.

Where the vision is one year, cultivate flowers.

Where the vision is ten years, cultivate trees.

Where the vision is eternity, cultivate people.

 

 

 

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