The Academic year is from April to March.
The Spring Term:
- Mid-January to the first week of May.
The Autumn Term:
- Mid-July to the first week of December.
Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer was founded by Mayo College in August 1988. The school is purely residential and the medium of instruction is English. It is a recognized member of the Indian Public Schools’ Conference. Comprising of classes IV to XII, the School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. The Council conducts two Public Examinations in March each year, one at the end of standard X, for which it awards the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), and the other at the end of Standard XII, for which it awards the Indian School Certificate (ISC). These Examinations have international acceptance. The school also offers the Cambridge (CAIE) curriculum at the Lower Secondary and the IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) levels. The students have the option of choosing between the CISCE and the CAIE curricula. The students who opt for the IGCSE curriculum are awarded the ICE certificate. Our students have a plethora of subject options to choose from in senior classes for either of the curricula they choose.
Qualification in the Standard XII Examination makes the student eligible to join the first year of a recognised college system of any university in India and abroad. The subjects taught in the CISCE curriculum are English, Hindi, Mathematics, Computer Science, General Science, Home Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History and Civics, Geography, Economics, Commerce, Accounts, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, Physical Education, French, Sanskrit, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi and Punjabi. The Curriculum also includes Craft, Needlework, Classical Dance, Art, Indian Classical Music, Western Music, and Community Service. At the Class XI and XII Level we offer a choice of three streams, Humanities, Commerce and Science. Along with a compulsory English paper, the student must opt for at least four or five other subjects from the stream she has chosen.