The Academic Year starts from April and ends in March of the ensuing year, with vacations in May-June and December. The exact dates of reopening and closing of CIRS, including other holidays, are mentioned in the School Calendar published in advance and given to each parent.


The Entrance examination for the Academic Year 2019-20  will be held at selected centres all over India and abroad. Click here to download the list of examination centres. Since the candidates come from institutions having varied curriculums in India and abroad, the CIRS Entrance examination is not based on any one curriculum but is designed to evaluate the candidate's past learning and the ability to learn in the future.


The Entrance examination structure is as follows:

  1. For Grades V and VI - English and Mathematics (2 Hours)
  2. For Grades VII to IX - English, Mathematics and Science (3 Hours)
  3. Subjects for IB and CBSE Entrance Exam Are As Follows:


  4. Subjects for IB Diploma

    Title of the paper Duration Pattern
    English 45 minutes Multiple Choice
    Mathematics 45 minutes Multiple Choice
    Science 45 minutes Multiple Choice
    General Awareness 45 minutes Multiple Choice

The duration of the exam for the classes XI CBSE & IB shall be 3 hours.


Note : Entrance exam for all the classes will also have a creative writing section.


The syllabus for the entrance test is general and not based on any Board/Syllabus.


Fee structure for 2018 - 2019 : Click here



For more information, please phone CIRS or email


A visit to the school is possible by appointment

  • CIRS welcomes prospective parents and true seekers of quality education on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 10.00 am and 12:30 pm IST.
  • For a prior appointment - please call 91-422-2613 303 / 91-422-2613 300.


Kindly note that campus visit is not scheduled for 24th October 2018 & 27th October 2018 due to Anand Utsav break.




Many things can wait. Children cannot. Today their bones are being formed, their blood is being made, their senses are being developed. To them we cannot say "tomorrow." Their name is today." - Gabriela Mistral (Chilean teacher 1899-1957)