Educational Boards available in India

We have following educational boards in India
  • CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education.
  • ICSE- Indian Certificate of Secondary Education
  • State Board- Each State has own boards
  • IB

    • CBSE:

      The Central Board of Secondary Education in India is the main board of education for school level education.
      CBSE is recommended for parents who have to move in different cities in India as part of their job profile. CBSE has more schools in India their children will not face any issue while switching schools.This is especially for the government employees who are in transferable jobs that involve mid year change in location.
      This chain of govt schools called Kendriya Vidyalaya.Also many private schools offering this syllabus.
      Focus on Science and Maths as well as application based subjects.
      All national entrance examinations are conducted as per this syllabus.So people who are studied in this syllabus for them its very easy to clear the exams.


      ICSE was founded in year 1956 to set and adapt University of Cambridge’s examination system to India.
      The syllabus followed by the ICSE board is more effective and complete, covering all fields with equal importance.
      All other terms are similar to CBSE and this bit tough syllabus than CBSE.
      Certification under the ICSE board will be recognized around the world.
      Equal focus – language, art and science.

      State Board:

      Each state has its own board of education that conducts certificate examination for class 10 and class 12.State boards mainly concentrate on mother tongue of the state.
      Topics and content of local relevance
      Relatively easy syllabus for board exams.


      Founded in 1968, the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) is a non-profit educational organization based in Geneva, Switzerland.Currently limited to the high end cities only.
      As per them, their vision is on all round development of the student into an inquiring, caring and knowledgeable young individual.
      IB examinations test students' knowledge, not their memory and speed.
      The IB curriculum is more challenging than educational boards like the CBSE and ICSE. The challenge is in the quality of assignments, not in the amount of work assigned.


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