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The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is a non-government, private board established for school education in India and follows the ICSE curriculum up to X standard and continues further as the Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC) up to XII standard.

Although it is not under the Central Government of India, the CISCE board is recognized in India and also by many foreign education systems as equivalent to senior examination or high school. Therefore students qualifying in 12th standard from an ISC school are not required to go for bridge courses while seeking admission in colleges abroad.

Hence, there is good future scope of this board. Students will be able to crack many scholarship exams through this board as the syllabus is in detail so as to equip students to face their senior secondary education with ease.


Be it the Calibrations in Physics, or the Progressions of Mathematics; the enriching History or the Topography of Geography, the Atomic Structure of Chemistry or the life-processes in Biology; all subjects are knitted together by the rich vocabulary of the English Language.

Therefore, ICSE gives a lot of prominence to English language. It becomes imperative for students to improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills at a very young age itself so that they would grow up to be effective communicators and change-makers of the society. Thus, the curriculum designed by the CISCE especially for the Language subjects offers a wide range of learning styles that spreads wider than the areas mentioned above. It challenges students to ‘go the extra mile’ when it comes to creative learning.  


ICSE offers students to explore through an ocean of knowledge and enables students to achieve precision and attain the highest standards of excellence in all their endeavours. Be it through the Internal Assessments, projects, field trips, lab activities, interviews etc., ICSE students always have an edge over the others. The curriculum has a special compulsory subject called SUPW (Socially useful Productive Work). In this subject, students are made to explore, innovate and engage in a number of activities that would enhance their social, artistic and analytical skills. Community service program is also a part of the SUPW project. Learning beyond the classroom is what the CISCE believes in!


It is a sad fact that ICSE students are considered to be ‘nerds’. This is certainly not true. The diverse learning opportunity allows an ICSE student to excel in co-curricular activities like sports, dance, music, art etc. If an ICSE student aspires to write Competitive Exams he/she is definitely equipped with high level of thinking and judgement which would eventually help them to crack these exams with ease. 


The first mobile phone was invented in 1973 by a Motorola employee. Did he ever imagine that today this same device would become an integral part of our human lives? I’m sure not. We all did go through a phase in 1999 wherein people were hesitant to accept the concept of ‘mobile phones’ in the hands of young or older generation. But today, the scenario has drastically changed!

Imagine your present Grade -1 child, when he passes out of Grade 10 or even later than that, what could be the ‘trending education system’ after 10 years? I strongly believe that it would certainly be the Competent ICSE curriculum!

The education system which started many years ago was indeed a great revolution in the field of Indian education system, but times have changed! As technology demands advancement, progressive change and innovation, so also the young minds demand the education system to be competent enough to keep them engaged, provide them a challenging learning environment so that it would not only quench their thirst for knowledge, but also teach them to ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE. 

Here at Vidya Soudha Public School, we follow the ICSE Curriculum that grooms students to Surge for Excellence!  



Healing with Painted Brush
Healing with Painted Brush

 “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”

      - Pablo Picasso

This is such a hopeful quote which resonates in our modern world. For so many of us, the thing that gives us hope, that gives our life meaning and excitement, that makes it all just a little more bearable, is ART. Painting or art in general, is a means of understanding yourself and the world better.  Allowing yourself to express the things in your mind, can help you view the world in new ways, to learn things about yourself, and to make new strides that you otherwise may not have been able to.

Often, children can feel stuck and blocked because they cannot verbalize what’s wrong or why they are feeling a certain way; they are more likely to be comfortable expressing themselves with some crayons and markers than expressing vocally.

 Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to improve a person’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Art therapy can achieve different things for different people. It can be used for counseling by therapists, healing, treatment, rehabilitation, psychotherapy, and in the broad sense of the term, it can be used to massage one’s inner-self in a way that may provide the individual with a deeper understanding of him or herself.

The creative process involved in expressing one’s self artistically can help people to resolve issues as well as develop and manage their behaviours and feelings, reduce stress, and improve self-esteem and awareness.

Art therapy taps into such needs and imparts gifts that may be dormant while unlocking a key to deep healing and meaningful living.


Benefits of art therapy:

1.      Art helps to express feelings and thoughts that are too difficult to put into words. That’s why it works for all ages and social classes.

2.      Art therapy helps to sort through feelings to overcome tricky situations; it also gives a sense of accomplishment, enjoyment and personal expression. Its other benefits include:


·      Reduces anxiety and stress

·      Improves self esteem and confidence

·      Helps to cope with grief and loss

·      Develops better interpersonal skills

·      Helps one overcome anger and depression

3.  Anyone who likes to practice art therapy needn’t be artistic, as art ­­therapy is about self discovery. It usually focuses on the art process as it is produced rather than the final form. How you feel while making your art and what you learn about yourself is the most important thing. When we paint, draw or make something, we get lost in a maze of colours which relaxes the mind and can lead to surprising insights about things that have been bothering us.

As we all can see the wonderful benefits that art has to give, let us change our perspective of just looking at it as a subject and look at it as a healer of many of our problems.


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Vidya Soudha Group of Institutions

No.9/1, 1stMain, Peenya 1st Stage

Near Basaveshwara Bus Station

Bengaluru - 560 058

Office: 9 am to 5 pm


For Admissions :88808-64000

Phone: 080 28391219

Mobile: +91 96632-13344, 97418-69445

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