St. Mary’s Arcadian School is dedicated to empowering students with enriching project ideas that complement the CBSE curriculum. Our team of educators and subject matter experts curate projects across various subjects and grade levels to facilitate holistic learning experiences.

  1. Choosing a Project: Selecting a project that aligns with the interests of students and curriculum requirements.
  2. How to Implement: Following the provided guidelines to execute the project effectively.
  3. Learning & Presentation: Engage in hands-on learning experiences and showcase your findings through presentations or reports.


  • Project Guidelines: Detailed instructions for executing projects.
  • Materials List: Essential materials required for each project.
  • Sample Projects: Examples of completed projects for reference.
  1. Topic Selection: Choosing the right topic is crucial. It should be relevant to the syllabus and sufficiently expansive to allow detailed exploration and analysis. This helps in aligning the project with educational goals and ensuring that it contributes to a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
  2. Research and Data Collection: Effective projects require thorough research. Students should gather data from credible sources, ensuring the information is accurate and comprehensive. This forms the backbone of the project and supports the conclusions drawn.
  3. Project Structure: According to CBSE standards, a typical project should include an introduction, the main content with headings and subheadings, and a conclusion that summarizes the findings and offers insights or recommendations. The project should be organized logically and coherently to enhance understandability and flow.
  4. Presentation: The presentation of the project should be neat and readable. If handwritten, the handwriting should be clear. Projects can also include charts, graphs, and images to support the text and make the data more understandable. These visual aids can help in better illustrating the points and making the project more engaging.
  5. Documentation and Acknowledgements: It’s important to document all sources used in the project and acknowledge any assistance received. This includes bibliographies and citations. An acknowledgement section can also be included to thank those who helped.
  6. Viva Voce (Oral Presentation): Often, students will present their project findings in an oral presentation or viva voce. This helps teachers assess the student’s understanding of the project topic and their ability to communicate their findings effectively.
  7. Assessment Criteria: Projects are typically assessed on several criteria including relevance to the topic, depth of research, creativity in presentation, accuracy of content, and quality of analysis. The viva voce can also contribute to the final marks.

Implementing these guidelines not only helps in maintaining consistency with CBSE standards but also enhances the educational value of the projects by making them more structured and goal-oriented. This approach encourages students to develop critical thinking and research skills, which are crucial for their academic and professional future.