BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL, NOIDA

Phone : 0120-2534064, 2538533 / e-mail : bbpsnd@yahoo.co.in
Website : http : www/bbpsnoida.com

SYLLABUS FOR ADMISSION TEST (2013-14)

FOR GRADE – I

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS :

1. The Admission Test Paper comprises 3 sections i.e. English, Mathematics and EVS/G.K.
2. The Maximum Marks allotted are 80 and the Time Duration for the test is 2 Hrs 30 Mins.
3. Internal choice may or may not be accorded.
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SECTION : A (ENGLISH) MARKS ALLOTTED : 30

Course Content : A) Written: Dictation (a -z),Two and three letter words.
B) Oral: Story narration with actions, Concept of Opposites, Genders.

SECTION : B (MATHEMATICS) MARKS ALLOTTED : 30

Course Content: A) Written: Serial counting (1 to 100), Correlation of numbers and quantity,
Back counting (100 to 1), Random Counting (1to 100), What comes before, after and in
between, Addition and Subtraction.
B) Oral: Serial counting (1 to 100), Random counting (1- to 100).

SECTION : C (EVS/G.K) MARKS ALLOTTED : 20

Course Content : A) Oral: Water animals, Wild animals, Pet and Domestic animals, Insects, Seasons, Means of
Transport, National Symbols, Festivals of India, Our Helpers, Sports and Games.
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CORE BELIEF

In fulfilling our mission, we subscribe to the following core beliefs:

• That the ultimate goal of education is to cultivate in each student a life long passion for learning.

• That each student’s academic potential is most fully realized through a challenging and varied curriculum
under pinned with appropriate support.

• That student learns best in a respectful, supportive community of trust where each student’s learning needs
and abilities are understood and accommodated as fully as possible.

• That intellectual growth requires not only the acquisition of knowledge, but its application in analytical,
creative and expressive ways that make learning meaningful to the student.

• That physical and emotional health is critical to the development of each student's personal potential.

• That each student’s life is enriched in a diverse community where differences among people are affirmed
and celebrated.

• That the school shares with families the responsibility for fostering in each student a strength of character, a
sense of personal responsibility and an attitude of tolerance and compassion.

• That the development of leadership in each student should include instilling a commitment to use one’s
knowledge, skills and resources in the service of others.

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