CBSE

CBSE is a renowned education pattern that is an acronym for the Central Board of Education. This pattern of study is planted as the national board of Indian education. However, CBSE works under the vigilance of the Union Government of India. It is a known national-level education platform that includes public and private schools. Schools affiliated with the board follow the guidelines proposed by the NCERT curriculum of the syllabus.

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AISSE and AISSCE are the titles assigned to the board exams carried out by the board for the 10th and 12th standards annually.

Although, CBSE is recognized for conducting numerous exams. It also includes NET which stands for National Eligibility Test for hiring teachers and also conducts the IIT entrance exams before.

CBSE

Nearly, there are 21,271 affiliated schools to CBSE in India. Furthermore, there are 220 schools in 28 foreign countries which are affiliated and operate as per the guidelines laid down by the CBSE.

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The main motive of CBSE 

  • To determine the conditions of exams. Moreover, to conduct exams publicly all over when the session of 10th and 12th standards ends. To award qualifying certificates to candidates of the affiliated schools.
  • Help in education to those students whose parents are operating in occupations that are transferable in nature.
  • Specify and modify the set of guidelines on which exams are based.
  • Major concern is upgrading the educational standard and the examination of India. 
  • Quite often modifying the instructional skills of the teachers and administrators by carrying out in-service training programs, workshops, etc.

Advantages                                          

  • Compared with the rest of other Indian boards CBSE has an amicable syllabus.
  • There are quite a few CBSE affiliated schools all over India which makes flight from one school to another. Specifically, when a student has to migrate to another state.
  • The ratio of CBSE schools in comparison to other boards is much higher.
  • Students mostly ace the race of securing higher marks than ICSE, ISC, or state-board students.
  • Most of the competitive and undergraduate exams in India are based on the norms of the board proposed syllabus.
  • Encourages students to participate in co-curricular and other activities.
  • Students who acquired studies from the this board have more polished fluency in English. Whereas, the students who study in other state boards are a bit less polished.

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