Curriculum is formulated in accordance with N.C.E.R.T syllabus and C.B.S.E guidelines on all India scheme pattern.Our school is providing all the streams like Medical, Non -Medical,Commerce & Arts or Humanities which lay emphasis on learning process through their involvement in various projects and creative activities like Role play, Dramatization, Group discussion,Quizzes,Extempore, Declamation, Debates etc. Besides this an international language like French has been introduced for the children to be globally rich in knowledge. For the integrated development of child's personality the teacher - taught ratio is always kept 1:30

Co-Curricular Activities are planned to fasten team spirit, democratic values and leadership qualities for the harmonious development of the children in all the fields like Reading, Writing, Speaking,Knowledge of abacus,cultural programs, inter - house competitions,Mock parliament,school functions like Annual function, Carnivals, Exhibitions etc. Yoga,Taekwondo,Visit to industries, Museums, Tourist places, Educational institution etc are also the part of curriculum.

Montessori Department

Montessori Method is an effective way of 'learning by doing'. In Brilliants' Convent, through Montessori Method,a sensible, scientific, structured, and child centered environment is provided which allows the child to develop at his/ her own pace. The children have the freedom to choose their own activities which are available in class. By doing this the children become enthusiastic learners. Learning becomes an enjoyable process. Activities are given on individual basis, in small groups or collectively. This helps the child to adjust to the new environment. The teacher is also able to learn more about the child and his individual needs.

The Montessori apparatus comprises of Preliminary Activities, Exercises of Practical Life, Sensorial Activities and Arithmetic Activities. Activity sheets are prepared to reinforce the concepts given by the apparatus. Art & Craft is an integral part of the learning process. A number of outdoor activities like aerobics, cycling and swings are also available for the children. Inter and intra class competitions are held throughout the year which helps children to recognize their inherent talents and also helps them to develop a competitive spirit.

Class I -X

The curriculum for classes I-VIII is designed keeping in view the system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation(CCE) introduced by CBSE. For classes IX and X, the curriculum prescribed by CBSE is strictly adhered to. CCE is an evaluation technique to provide holistic profile of the learner through the regular assessments of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of the learner. This scheme aims at making evaluation an integral part of the teaching learning process. It helps to identify the learning gaps and makes it possible to take remedial and enrichment measures specific to each learner.

Classes XI-XII

For classes XI and XII, the curriculum prescribed by CBSE is followed. The students are offered three streams-Humanities, Science and Commerce.

Classes I-X

Scholastic Areas

The students are evaluated on various parameters through oral and written Class tests, Cycle tests, Activity tests and daily class performances throughout the term for all the subjects. Special emphasis is laid to enhance reading, writing and conversation skills in both English and Hindi.Various competitions such as Hindi and English Calligraphy, Recitations, Creative Writings and Spell Bee Competitions, Maths, Science and General Knowledge Quiz are organized to make the evaluation system more activity oriented.

Co-scholastic Areas

In line with CCE system,General Knowledge,Environmental Education,Physical Education,skills in Art, Music and Dance, Computers and Reading skills are assessed regularly. In addition, Art and Craft competitions, Music and Dance Competitions, Sports activities are also used as an evaluation tool.

Life Skills

In line with CCE system, General Knowledge, Environmental Education,Physical Education, skills in Art, Music and Dance, Computers and Reading skills are assessed regularly. In addition, Art and Craft competitions,Music and Dance Competitions, Sports activities are also used as an evaluation tool.

The term wise weightage for scholastic areas in an academic session is as follows

The academic session is divided into two terms

I Term: April to September

II Term: October to March

Each child is assessed in both scholastic and co-scholastic areas. For the assessment of the scholastic areas, each term will have two formative assessment(FA) and one summative assessment(SA). The weightage of each assessment in a term for an academic session is as follows:

Assessment of Co- scholastic areas is reported once in class IX and class X each. The students are assessed on various parameters for life skills , work education, visual and performing arts, and attitudes and values towards teachers, schoolmates, school programmes and environment.The students are also assessed for literary and creative skills, scientific skills, information and communication technology and organizational and leadership skills. In addition, the students also participate in various health and physical activities and are assessed by the teachers accordingly.

Class XI

The academic session is divided into two terms

I Term: April to September

II Term: October to March

In each term the students of class XI are assessed for each subject by Terminal Examinations. The evaluation criteria is as follows:

Class XII

Students of class XII appear for Board Examinations conducted by CBSE in the month of March. However, they also appear for a round of Cycle Tests and Terminal Examination in addition to the Pre Board Examination conducted by the school during the academic session.