Since 2001, Xavier International has been one of the leading A- Level colleges in Nepal offering highly reputed A-levels programs in science, management and humanities.
A dedicated circle of Xavier International’s care team regularly looks after students’ educational, social, emotional, and physical needs. With constant observation, systematic evaluation, and active support, all students, including those with high performance, are set up for success.
Validating Body: CIE, University of Cambridge, UK
Regd. No.: NP711
Duration: 2 years
Program: Science, Management & Humanities
Eligibility: SEE or O level or equivalent qualification.
|Science||AS Science: EGP, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics Optional subjects Computer Science/ Biology A2 Science: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics Optional subjects Computer Science/ Biology|
|Non Science||AS Non Science: EGP, Mathematics, Account, Economics, Business Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Computer A2 Non Science: Mathematics, Account, Economics, Business Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Computer|
|Possible carrier in Science & Technology||Possible careers in Business & Arts|
Teachers are truly responsible guides to students and we encourage the students to actively participate in the learning. The college provides and manages resources to meet the instructional responsibilities created by the subjects.
The learning process will be varied, ranging from lecturers to student-centric individual and group work. The college follows modern teaching methods through a combination of classroom lectures.
Classroom teaching involves a good deal of discussion and debate, interactive discussion individual and group work, site visits and visiting speakers, assignments and classroom tests in line with board pattern, simulation, practical laboratory work.
work is used to develop a good understanding of the course, workshops, problem-solving and research activities using the Internet, demonstrations, some video programs, case analyses, tutorials covering exam technique, role play, and field visit learning.
All units are assessed by written examination and practical examination. Every unit finish teacher takes forecast grade. It is a grade a teacher expects a student to achieve for the syllabus. It must be a realistic prediction of what the student is expected to achieve in the examination.
In order to assess students’ performance, students are given scheduled tests. We will take different assessment tests i.e. terminal examinations and a Mockup theory & practical examination at the end of the academic session which focuses
on preparing the board pattern thoroughly.