Education Goals

The school endeavours to provide education in a stress-free atmosphere. Maintaining a teacher pupil ratio of 1:20, the school encourages a spirit of enquiry among the students rather than information oriented pedantic learning. While encouraging a spirit of initiative, independence and self-reliance, a value-based undercurrent is maintained in keeping with the vision, mission and values of the school. Every effort is directed to enrich the students with knowledge of the rich cultural traditions of the society. The general environment of the school is woven round the age-old reverence for the teachers, elders, a spirit of tolerance and love for the motherland.
The school synthesizes the best of the oriental and the occidental education to make a good and true Citizen. The school has evolved a pattern of 'Holistic' education, which aims at developing the intellect, the physique and social consciousness of the growing child. The school strives to instil devotion, loyalty and 'never give in' determination into the beings of the learners. The basic aim underlines the formation of a resolute character, a well-groomed personality with appropriate thoughts full of reason towards meaningful actions.

Student Development Programme

Resource persons are invited from outside to conduct Seminars and Workshops for students in issues concerning the healthy and an all-round development of students. Extension lectures related to subjects are also delivered to them. Some of the topics dealt with are career stress management, positive thinking, healthy living, learning skills etc. The school reserves the right to alter/amend/add or delete any of the provisions mentioned in the prospectus. The changes shall be binding on all.

Tests and Examinations

Monthly Unit Tests
Monthly tests for every subject are held as per schedule. These tests form an integral part of the school assessment policy.
Note: - Students are supposed to write all Monthly tests for a specific subject in a test note book assigned for it at the beginning of the session. If a student fails to bring it on the day of the test, he/she may be penalized. Students are expected to get the test note books signed by their parents after every test. In case the date given for a particular weekly test is declared a holiday owing to some unforeseen reasons, the test would be held on the next working day.
Absenteeism in test
If a child misses one unit test, then he/she is considered for merit after being awarded a zero.
In case of absenteeism in more than one unit test, the child will be awarded zero and not considered for merit.
Medical Leave - The child will be considered for merit after awarding him/her a zero for medical leave. If he/she fails to qualify for merit, then average marks will be given and result calculated accordingly.
Besides Monthly tests spread throughout the session, two full-fledged examinations termed as Half Yearly and Annual are conducted in school in the months of October and March respectively.
On the day of examination, before the child leaves his house for school, parents are to ensure that.
The writing board carried by their ward is absolutely clean with no scribbling of any kind on any corner.
No calculators are carried to school.
No old question papers are retained in pockets or pencil boxes.
No scales are carried which may contain certain mathematical calculations.
Note: If a child is caught using unfair means or violating any of the above mentioned rules, the child would be debarred from answering his paper. No excuse of any kind will be entertained thereafter.
Teachers at the New St. mary's Globle Public School are...
Well Qualified
Most important of all - Learners Forever
Learning Process...

Real Education is Teaching Beyond Textbooks

AMMPS believes in the philosophy of Learning with Doing and strongly advocates the "Learning" that goes beyond the four walls of classroom which makes the child accept every kind of challenge boldly. The practical approach not only rejuvenates a child but even empowers him/her with new skills and improves his/her ability to work. The school focuses on relieving the stress of peer & parental pressure by bridging the gap between the teacher and student. The mental horizon of the students are broadened by focusing on learning with nature, by incorporating field trips and by providing them ample opportunities to nurture their talents. Various excursions are undertaken to give exposure to the students at physical, mental, ethical and cultural level. The school has emerged as a pace setter in fostering all round development of the children by adopting practical approach not only to academicareas but also to non-academic domain.


Our curriculum focuses on a systematic system to develop the overall personality of all our children through Teaching Aids, Reading Material and Qualitative Assignments throughout the year. We also emphasize on learning besides the confined walls of classroom with focus on wide range of co-curricular activities like Story Narration, Music, Dance, Drama, Skating, Cycling etc. which not only rejuvenates and recharges the child but also polishes his new skills. Each activity finds a significant place in our curriculum which familiarizes both senior and junior age group students with their hobbies, interests, family values and social issues etc. A constructive and concrete approach in our curriculum builds a child to a strong, who can design his own destiny..

Scheme of Studies

Scholar Badges:
Age limit (as on the beginning of the academic session):
Play 2+ yrs. ||Nur - 3+ yrs. || K.G - 4 + yrs.
To teach alphabets and numbers
The curriculum has a child centred innovative approach with the child's basic needs/requirements playing a pivotal role. Simple yet interesting activities are incorporated into the daily routine to enhance the imagination and to remove his/her hesitation and develop a sense of confidence in them.
Primary - (I to V)
Age limit (as on the beginning of the academic session):
  • I - 5 + yrs.
  • II - 6 + yrs.
  • III - 7 + yrs.
  • IV - 8 + Yrs.
  • V - 9 + Yrs.
Scheme Of Studies
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Mathematics
  • G.K. (General Knowledge)(Class I and II)
  • Art & Craft
  • Drawing
  • Computer
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Music
  • Dance
For class I & II:
(I) E.V.S. (Environmental Science)
For class III to V :
((I) Social Science | (II) Science
Middle (VI to VIII)
Age limit (as on the beginning of the academic session):
  • VI - 10 + yrs.
  • VII - 11 + yrs.
  • VIII - 12 + yrs.
Scheme Of Studies
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Sanskrit
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Science
  • Art Education
  • Computer
  • Health And Physical Education (Including Games And Sports, NCC, Scouting And Guiding)
  • Work Experience (School Decoration, Pot Making)
  • Music
  • Dance
While teaching students at middle level emphasis will be laid on the process of learning and developing necessary academic and social skills rather than mere acquisition of facts. Students will be taught to integrate science and technology, bring mathematics closer to life and develop listening, reading, writing and thinking in a balanced manner.

Challenge to Student

The teachers in the R.A.B Inter college community make every effort to provide a creative, supportive and positive environment to the students, at the same time a great deal is also expected of the students and their parents. There is no spoon-feeding in our school, but we strongly encourage self-learners. Those who get the most out of R.A.B Inter College will be those who are willing to invest most in terms of interest, commitment and energy.