The school has got Permanent Affiliation to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE), New Delhi. It is recognized but not aided by the Education Department or the State Government of Orissa. The medium of instruction is English and both Hindi and Oriya are compulsory up to class VII. Students from class I onwards are prepared for the I.C.S.E. examination held by the Council.
Ruchika High School is affiliated to the ICSE Board, India’s largest and most prestigious private board. Top schools throughout the country such as the Jiva Public School, Doon School, Don Bosco, Bishop Cotton and Rishi Valley are all affiliated to the ICSE. Ruchika chose the ICSE Board because of its high standards, strong emphasis on English skills, and its progressive approach toward education.
Other reasons why the ICSE Board is our choice:
- The ICSE Board lays greater emphasis on the development and testing of the thinking skills and creativity of students.
- 20 marks out of 100 are based on the skills of the students such as behaviour, interpersonal, creative thinking and decision-making.
- Project work is given to the students from Class VI onwards and the marks are added to the Report Card.
- Students can choose their stream such as commerce, arts, or medical from Class IX onwards.
- ICSE syllabus is well structured, aims at all round education and prepares children for the competitive world.
- ICSE lays great emphasis on English language.
- ICSE certification has a strong recognition abroad, which makes entry into colleges and Universities overseas much easier.
- ICSE only gives affiliation to schools that provide quality education.