Academic Structure

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Academic Structure of GEC

Comprehensive Overview At GFC

  • Syllabus Development

    The syllabus for the 1st to 3rd term includes a comprehensive range of subjects across different grade levels, ensuring a balanced curriculum. It incorporates Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA) designed to develop student creativity and teamwork.

  • Teaching Methodology

    The teaching methods are structured across three domains:
    1. Cognitive Domain (Head): Focus on intellectual skills, knowledge acquisition, and critical thinking.
    2 .Affective Domain (Heart): Encourages emotional development, values, and attitudes.
    3. Psychomotor Domain (Hand): Emphasizes physical skills and practical applications.

  • Academic Calendar

    A detailed academic calendar outlines the working days, term breaks, and holidays. This ensures clarity and consistency throughout the academic year.

  • Timetable Planning

    Subjects are organized into a timetable format, allocating time slots according to topic importance and subject requirements. This structure promotes a balanced workload for students and teachers.

Set the Syllabus

Set the syllabus of 1st to 3rd term and syllabus of ECA as well

  • Subjects: Urdu, English, Mathematics, Science (Introduction to Basic Concepts), Social Studies (Introduction to Local Culture and Geography), Islamic Studies (Basic Concepts), Art and Craft (Introduction to Drawing and Coloring).
  • ECA: Sports (Introduction to Basic Physical Activities), Creative Writing (Introduction to Storytelling and Poetry), Music and Singing (Introduction to Traditional Songs).
  • Subjects: Urdu (Language and Basic Grammar), English (Reading and Writing), Mathematics (Basic Arithmetic), Science (Introduction to Plants and Animals), Social Studies (Local Community and Traditions), Islamic Studies (Introduction to Islamic History and Ethics).
  • ECA: Sports (Basic Skill Development), Drama (Introduction to Role-Playing and Skits), Gardening (Introduction to Plant Care), Calligraphy (Basic Writing Techniques).
  • Subjects: Urdu (Reading Comprehension and Writing Practice), English (Grammar and Composition), Mathematics (Introduction to Multiplication and Division), Science (Basic Experiments and Observations), Social Studies (Festivals and Celebrations), Islamic Studies (Islamic Morals and Manners).
  • ECA: Sports (Skill Enhancement), Storytelling (Narrative Development), Environmental Awareness (Introduction to Recycling and Conservation), Cultural Day Preparation.

Method of Teaching and Lesson Plan is Involved in Three Domains

Structuring Subject Allocation

Adjustment of Subject-wise Topics Into Working Days in a Timetable Format

Creating a balanced timetable allocates specific time slots for each subject, ensuring comprehensive coverage of topics throughout the academic term.

Allocating Dedicated Revision Periods

After Completion of the Syllabus Assign Revision Days

Following each term’s syllabus completion, dedicated revision days are scheduled, enabling students to consolidate their learning. Teachers furnish review materials and practice exercises to aid students in assessment preparation.

Pick Out Working Days

Establishing the Academic Calendar

Working days will be determined based on the academic calendar, typically Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and public holidays.

Design the Exam warm-up program:

(Mini-Exams)Regarding: Mcqs, Short questions, Long Questions.


The objective of the exam warm-up program is to help students prepare effectively for upcoming exams by providing targeted practice and reinforcement of key concepts through mini-exams.

MCQ Mini-Exam

  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Format: Online or paper-based
  • Number of Questions: 10-15 MCQs covering various topics from the syllabus
  • Purpose: Assess students’ understanding of factual knowledge and concepts, as well as their ability to apply information to different contexts.
  • Feedback: Immediate feedback provided after completion, including correct answers and explanations for incorrect responses.

Short Questions Mini-Exam

  • Duration: 20 minutes
  • Format: Paper-based
  • Number of Questions: 3-5 short answer questions requiring brief explanations or definitions
  • Purpose: Test students’ comprehension and recall of key facts, terms, and concepts.
  • Feedback: Brief feedback provided at the end of the session, highlighting common errors or misconceptions.

Long Questions Mini-Exam

  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Format: Paper-based
  • Number of Questions: 1-2 essay-style questions requiring longer, detailed responses
  • Purpose: Evaluate students’ ability to analyze, synthesize, and communicate complex ideas, as well as their critical thinking skills.
  • Feedback: Detailed feedback provided during the next class session or through individual consultations, focusing on strengths and areas for improvement in essay structure, content, and argumentation.


  • Schedule the exam warm-up program to occur a week before the actual exam, allowing sufficient time for students to review feedback and address any areas of weakness.
  • Provide clear instructions and guidelines for each mini-exam, including expectations regarding time management and answer format.
  • Encourage active participation and engagement during the mini-exams, emphasizing the importance of using them as learning opportunities rather than just assessment tools.
  • Use the results of the mini-exams to identify common areas of difficulty among students and tailor subsequent review sessions or interventions accordingly.

Paper Marking Preparation

User Have Paper marking workshop for Teachers before Exams

The Paper Marking Preparation workshop is designed to equip teachers with the necessary skills and techniques for accurate and effective paper marking ahead of exams. Through interactive sessions, participants will gain a thorough understanding of assessment criteria, grading rubrics, and marking guidelines, ensuring consistency and fairness in evaluation. Common marking errors will be addressed, and strategies for providing quality feedback to students will be discussed. Additionally, the workshop will cover techniques for handling ambiguous responses and promoting academic integrity throughout the marking process. A practice marking session will allow teachers to apply learned concepts, and ample time will be allocated for discussion and Q&A to address any concerns or queries. By the end of the workshop, teachers will feel confident and prepared to conduct paper marking with precision and integrity during the upcoming exam period.

Exam Prep & Conduct

Equip students & teachers with exam strategies

  • Presentation slides.
  • Handouts with tips & resources.
  • Sample exam questions.
  • Intro & Welcome: Overview and facilitator introductions.
  • Exam Formats: Understanding different types.
  • Study Techniques: Organizing materials & time management.
  • Stress Reduction: Coping strategies.
  • Question Design: Creating fair exams.
  • Environment: Promoting integrity.
  • Mock Exams: Practice & feedback.
  • Q&A and Close: Final remarks & encouragement.
  • Schedule ahead of exams.
  • Encourage participation.
  • Follow up for support.

Extracurricular Activities (ECA) Presentation

User After Exams declare Result & hold PTM and ECA Presentation

After exams, promptly releasing results, we arrange a Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM) alongside an Extracurricular Activities (ECA) Presentation. PTM fosters collaboration between parents and teachers, discussing students’ progress and areas for improvement. Simultaneously, the ECA presentation celebrates students’ talents and achievements beyond academics, reinforcing the importance of holistic development. These events facilitate meaningful engagement among stakeholders, supporting student success both academically and personally.


  1. Admissions at GEC

New admissions are taken in March.

The academic session begins in April.

Each academic session consists of three terms.

Annual exams are conducted in March.

Co-education is available

For the convenience of parents admissions are taken till second term i.e. till October.

  1. Procedure of Admission at GEC


Parents wishing to admit a child should first register for an admission test by completing the admission form at the school office. Parents are than informed about test in various subjects according to the class level.

Admission Test for Pre-school

There is no admission test for class Nursery whereas an aptitude assessment is done for the students wishing to take admission in Kindergarten levels. Generally, the reading level of a child, the vocabulary and concepts of colours and numbers are assessed.

Admission Test for Class 1-8

The applicants of class 1 to 8 are assessed in three subjects – English, Urdu and Mathematics.

The papers are not set from any specific textbooks or syllabus but are of a general nature designed to test the aptitude of the child in the basic subjects

.The pass percentage is 50%. Duration of each paper is approximately 30 minutes.

For the written test, the child should come properly equipped with a pencil, eraser, sharpener and ruler.

The test paper is not shown to anyone and only marks are communicated to the parents/ guardians.

Annual Prize distribution, Convocation From junior to senior sections and ECA presentation is done as well

The Annual Prize Distribution and Convocation mark a significant milestone as students transition from junior to senior sections. Alongside, we host an Extracurricular Activities (ECA) Presentation, celebrating students’ diverse talents and achievements beyond academics. These events serve as a platform to recognize and honor students’ hard work and accomplishments throughout the academic year. By combining these ceremonies, we not only celebrate academic excellence but also highlight the importance of holistic development and lifelong learning.


Parents are directed to submit following documents

Attested photocopy of Birth Certificate

Report card from last school

A photocopy of Provisional Certificate and Character Certificate from last institution attended

2 recent passport size photographs

Parents are given the admission fee bill, payable by a certain due date in school office as mentioned on the fee bill

1 Tuition Fee Payable every month
Uniform Fee
On demand
Books & Note books
  • Admission Enquiry

  • School visit and meeting with the academic team

  • Placement test

  • After the placement test is checked and approved, the admission pack is given to the parent, form submission (within a week)

  • After the registration payment, a system-generated ID is created which is your child’s school ID

  • System Generated school ID allows the school to generate your child’s school personalized email address.

  • Student identification cards are issued to the student and parents both. A student’s school ID card authorizes a student to be on campus. The Parent/Guardian school ID card authorizes the parent/Guardian to pick up the child at the school gate.