Ramagya School’s academic ethos focuses on encouraging the students to utilize their talents, and develop their intellectual and creative interests so that they remain interesting and interested young souls for the rest of their professional and personal lives.

The students need to understand their own culture and history, as well as their own geographical, scientific and spiritual theory and language. The school’s academic environment is constructed such that the students are able to develop their knowledge and interest in these areas in an international context and around the global world in which they are born and will live.

  • expected to be independent thinkers
  • develop first-class critical reading, writing and analysis skills
  • learn to understand the value of research across all areas of the curriculum, and
  • be self-motivated and self-driven through a genuine love of the subject and not only by intrinsic rewards.

Our school follows the Central Board of Secondary Education curriculum for the courses of study and strictly observes the guidelines issued by the respective authorities.

Students are grouped according to Faculties that work across curricula and integrate their teaching-learning process.

  • Pre-School and Pre Primary Years
  • Primary Years – classes 1 to 5
  • Middle School Years – classes 6 to 8
  • Senior School Years – classes 9 to 12 (Central Board for Secondary Education)


This is the first exercise in which children are separated from the comfort and secure zone of their parents. Ramagya offers a place which is a second home to the child; a place, which has enough material to attract and make the child feel comfortable and secure. This is the first place where the child builds his/her self-esteem. A child learns the importance of his own name, things, and friends. Every child learns to communicate with his teachers and fellow students in the Pre School. It is the right place for the child’s foundation for lifelong progress. The skills and knowledge that the child develops in the Pre School have a great impact on the aptitude and attitude of the child later in life.


The role of primary education is to ensure the broad-based development of pupils. Hence Ramagya ensures that all the students are able to develop their cognitive, social, emotional, cultural and physical skills to the best of their abilities. The school prepares them for their further school career. The school adopts an outcome-oriented approach so that students and school performance is regularly evaluated. This makes the outcome easy and quick if students need either extra help or more of a challenge; individual tailoring can be provided.


Middle school is a time of transition for many students. As kids prepare themselves for high school and beyond, they have to give up the often nurturing environment of the elementary school for the realities of middle school. Ramagyan Middle wing scholars develop positive attitudes and beliefs about themselves as learners in ways that increase their academic perseverance and prompt them to engage in productive behaviour including setting and meeting goals, doing quality work, and seeing it through to completion by seeking support and solutions to overcome obstacles.


The secondary school gives the student a wider scope and perspective about education and what career choice to make in the future. They get detailed knowledge about intermediate courses, college options, entrance exams, etc. They’re basically being prepared for the long run. At Ramagya we offer to counsel to studying from a particular stream and picking the right subjects for 11th and 12th. This entire process is extremely important. It leads the students towards a brighter and successful future.

The school offers a number of choices to the students:

Commerce Science Arts
English Core English Core English Core
Accountancy Physics History/ Painting
Business Studies Chemistry Political Science/ Music
Economics Biology/ Mathematics Economics/ Psychology
Mathematics/ Physical Education/ Information Practices Physical Education/ Information Practices Physical Education/ Information Practices