Biology Laboratory

Biology is the study of life and living organisms, from the smallest bacteria to giant sequoias. Biologists use observation and experimentation to gain an understanding about the natural world. Branches of biology include anatomy, biotechnology, botany, cell biology, ecology, genetics, medicine, microbiology, molecular biology, and zoology. Many people entering the field of biology become specialized in a particular area.

As a course, biology encompasses four main themes:

  • The process of evolution drives the diversity and unity of life
  • Biological systems utilize free energy to grow, reproduce, and maintain life functions
  • Living systems store and transmit information essential to life processes
  • Biological systems interact with each other, and those interactions possess complex properties.

Chemistry Laboratory

In Chemistry Laboratory students do basically observations, measurements, multiple trials, data tables, charts, and repeating steps. This section may consist of quantitative and/or qualitative observations of the experiment. A qualitative piece of data is a written description and/or sketch of what was seen during the experiment. Quantitative information may be in the form of a table or simply a written description. When graphs are required, special attention should be paid to the following items: the type of graph expected (straight line or curve), utilizing the entire graph paper, plotted point size, title of the graph, and axis labels. When numerous measurements have occurred, data is to be placed in a data table whenever possible. Figure headings are placed below the figure and should give a short description of the figure. The figure number should be in bold print. Table headings are found above the table and should also have a brief description.

Physics Laboratory

In Physics Laboratory students involve themself in study of prediction, and analysis of real-world phenomena. To communicate data accurately, we must set specific standards for our basic measurements. The physics community has standardized on what is known as the System International (SI), which defines seven baseline measurements and their standard units, forming the foundation of what is called the metric system of measurement. The SI system is oftentimes referred to as the MKS system, as the three most common measurement units are meters, kilograms, and seconds, which we'll focus on for majority of this course. The fourth SI base unit we'll use in this course, the ampere, will be introduced in the current electricity section.

Mathematics Laboratory

The Mathematics Laboratory is a place where students can experiment and explore patterns and ideas. It is a place where one can find a collection of games, puzzles, and other teaching and learning material. The materials are meant to be used both by the students on their own and with their teacher to explore the world of mathematics, to discover, to learn and to develop an interest in mathematics. The activities create interest among students or in anybody who wants to explore, and test some of their ideas, beliefs about mathematics.

Computer Laboratory

Computer Labs featuring many computer systems. The computers in the lab have been upgraded with appropriate software to enable students of classes IX and X to compile and run programs in Java with net beans and C++ along with flash – 8 applications as per the syllabus. The Senior, Junior and Sub – Junior Computer Labs, on the other hand, enable students to learn VB net, Coral Draw, Java, Abode Flash, Kid pix, Logo, Paintbrush, Ms- Office, etc.

Language Laboratory

The Language Laboratory is an audio or audio-visual installation used as an aid in modern language teaching. Language labs allow teachers to monitor, control, deliver, group, display, review and collect, audio, video and web based multimedia content. The student player is linked to the teacher console and can play audio, video and web based formats. Students can rewind, stop, start, go back to last silence, record, fast forward, repeat phrase and bookmark.

Geography Laboratory

The geography lab was established with the introduction of Humanity section, started in the session 2016-2017.

1. Learning of geography involves lot of practical knowledge. Geography lab plays a pivotal role in enriching geographical base of a student.
2. The Lab is well equipped with the wall maps, topographical maps, charts, aerial photographs, weather instruments and geographical models.
3. The school has maintained a well equipped lab which helps the learners to know the exact location of states, countries, ocean etc.
4. The lap is well equipped with apparatus like -Rain Gauge, Thermometer, Barometer and wind vane and instrument like Electric globe etc.
5. Field trips are organized for the students to study the occupancy of various facts and inform about physical changes with the help of GPS and GIS available on Net.
6. Geography lab specializes in the development of qualitative and quantitative research skills in school.