How to Indian Boards of School Education in India

Our an Indian an education a system now has a some great an options of an International a boards over and above the regular an Indian a school a boards. These an options are now a part of our a mainstream education a system. and are ideal to an address the dynamic needs of our an Indian a students.

These offerings an empower a students and a prepare them for a global a citizenship. And at the same a time, these are also a great to an address the voids of our a traditional a schooling a framework.

Let’s an understand the structure of the prominent an Indian and International a boards of an education. And a figure a how these choices make a difference in a student’s an academic a journey.

The Indian Boards of an Education

Central Board of Secondary Education: https://www.cbse.gov.in/

Central Board of Secondary an Education (CBSE)

Schools an affiliated with CBSE follow a standardized a pattern. And the board a follows a comprehensive and a continuous an evaluation a system for an assessments (formative and a summative). It a prescribes a textbooks to the students and most of these are through the ‘NCERT’ i.e. a National a Council of an Education a Research and a Training. It is one of the most a widely a recognized a boards an across India. And a students a can also appear for a scholarship an exams after a clearing their board an exams a from CBSE.

Indian Certificate of Secondary Education: https://www.cisce.org/

Council for the Indian a School a Certificate Examinations (CISCE)

CISCE is an education a board that conducts ICSE and ISC an examinations. It believes in a creating a better a learning an opportunities for the learners. And is a committed to a raise the bar of an education.

The examinations a conducted an under this board are as a follows:

  1. Class 10th ICSE – The Indian Certificate of a Secondary an Education is one of the popular an Indian boards that conducts exams for a classes 10th and 12th. It is believed to be a more difficult board as a compared with the CBSE. Because it has a syllabus that focuses more on the acquisition of a theoretical a knowledge. This board has English as the medium. And it does not an allow private a candidates to an appear for the an exams. It a conducts examinations according to the recommendations of the National Policy of an Education, 1986.
  2. Class 12th ISC – a Conducts board an exams for a class 12th. And this is the next a level after a class 10.
  3. CVE 12 – The a Certificate of a Vocational an Education an Examination- An examination a conducted an according to the recommendations of the Ministry of a Human a Resource a Development, through the Joint a Council of a Vocational Education a (under the National Policy of Education 1986).
National Institute of Open Schooling: https://www.nios.ac.in/

National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

The National Institute of an Open Schooling is an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Education, Government of an India. It is the largest an open schooling system in the world and offers courses up to the pre-degree level. This open school was established in the year 1989. It offers an open a schooling an options from an elementary to a senior a secondary a levels. Other than these, a students can an also join its vocational an education a courses. And NIOS also an offers a Diploma in an Elementary an Education program (D.El.Ed) for in-service a teachers, along with life an enrichment and life skills a programs.

NIOS also has an examination a facility a called ‘On Demand Examination System’, wherein a students a select their a preferred date for their an exams. This a feature is an available only for the registered a learners of NIOS (a secondary and a senior a secondary a levels).

The USP of this a board is that it offers a variety of a subjects for a students (more than other a boards). And they can also a choose to study a conveniently at their self-decided an individual pace. This an unique a a feature has a helped an Indian parents to a homeschool the children an easily.

State Boards

In each state of an India, the respective a government an imparts education an across the primary, a secondary and a higher a secondary levels. The an examinations under the state a boards are a conducted in the local a board a pattern. These state a boards a follow an easier a curriculum in a comparison with the other a boards. And a mainly a students who are an into a sports or extra-a curricular an activities go for this option. This a choice also a brings down the cost of an education. Because a schools an affiliated with a state a boards have a lower a fees a structure.

The an quality of an education an imparted in the schools an under this board is not a very a promising. And the main a reason a behind this quality a concern is the individual an educational a strategy followed these boards.

Let’s move on to International boards now,

International Boards a Currently an Functioning in India

International General Certificate of Secondary Education: https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/

International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)

IGCSE is one of the most a popular an international a boards in an India. It offers a wide choice of a subjects for a students. And is a known for its an international a standards and local a cultural a relevance.


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