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If there were no options, ever available, we would all have to live a compromised life instead of adjusting with it. Similarly, if there were no options for school boards, every parent had to admit their child in whichever board was available, be it good or bad. Hence to make searching and studying easy, there are four primary board of education available in India

If there were no options, ever available, we would all have to live a compromised life instead of adjusting with it. Similarly, if there were no options for school boards, every parent had to admit their child in whichever board was available, be it good or bad. Hence to make searching and studying easy, there are four primary board of education available in India. They are:

State Boards :

Just like the name suggests, each state has its own board of education which conducts the 10th and 12th board examinations. The purpose of having a state board are :

?     The topics and content for various subjects are common throughout the state.

?     Usually prevalent within the state.

CBSE Board:

Central Board of Secondary Education, one of the most popular school board in India with its headquarters at New Delhi, India has over 9000 schools affiliated to it. Also, a lot of foreign schools have adopted the CBSE board making it easy to find CBSE schools anywhere. Purpose of having State Boards :

?     Easy to find schools, in any location.

?     Board results of CBSE have a wide recognition across all schools and colleges in India.

?     Focus on Science and Maths has been given.

ICSE Board:

Technically, It is never called as ICSE board in the first place. It is rather called as CISCE (Council of Indian School Certificate Examination). Established in 1958, CISCE board adapts the Cambridge University’s examination system in India. The Board conducts ICSE (Indian certificate secondary education) exam for class 10 and ISC (Indian school certificate) exam for class 12. The Purpose of having an ICSE board :

?     Equal focus on all languages and subjects.

?     Easily recognised and accepted by all schools and colleges in India and also abroad.

IB (International Baccalaureate) :

The IB is a non profit organisation set up in 1968 with its headquarters in Geneva. A lot of schools all across the globe have adopted the IB board system into their curriculum.The underlying objective of IB board is that it creates intellectual and understanding people that strive towards the betterment of the world. The IB board also encourage students to become lifelong learners because learning is a never ending process. The Purpose of having an IB board:

?     Innovative curriculum.

?     Various stress free teaching methodology.

?     Widely accepted across the world.

?     Believes in all round growth of the student.

‘Variety is the spice of life’. Imagine eating the same food everyday without any change. Similarly imagine schools with just one board of education. Makes it uninteresting. Choosing which board for your student is your choice. Take the right step towards a better future.


 

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