Sachin Tendulkar’s ‘best birthday gift’: CBSE to make physical education mandatory in schools..

According to the new guidelines aimed at mainstreaming health and physical education, it will be mandatory for schools to have a “sports” period daily during which students will have to go the playground but will be free to perform any physical activity listed in the manual and will be graded on the same

Sachin Tendulkars best birthday gift CBSE to make physical education mandatory in

2018-04-27 14:02:40 by Krishna Kumar

Daily sports period must, says CBSE..

The CBSE has formulated new guidelines for its schools, mandating them to have a daily sports period to prevent students from having a sedentary lifestyle and turning into couch potatoes.The board has

2018-04-24 12:41:19 by Zhang Wei

CBSE paper leak: No re-exam for Class X maths exam...

CBSE paper leak: No re-exam for Class X maths exam, says HRD Ministry's secretary - Big relief for students.

CBSE paper leak No reexam for Class X maths

2018-04-03 16:43:26 by devarajn

Over 14 Lakh CBSE Class 10 Students Will Not Give Re-test: says Prakash Javadekar..

Only students based in Delhi and Haryana will have to appear for re-exam of Class 10 paper if the police investigation points to a "large-scale leak", Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Friday, stressing that out of the 16 lakh students, more than 14 lakh will not have to appear for the Mathematics re-exam.

2018-03-31 15:01:17 by devarajn

CBSE Re-exam Date: CBSE Says Fresh Date For Class 10 Maths Paper "Before End Of The Week"...

CBSE will announce fresh dates for re examination of the Class 10 Mathematics paper before the end of the week. The date will be announced "after taking into consideration the dates of other professional exams and logistics."

2018-03-29 14:38:50 by devarajn

CBSE Orders Schools No Homework, No School Bags for Class 1 & 2

CBSE Orders Schools No Homework No School Bags for Class 1  2

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decreed that students of classes I and II should not be given homework by its affiliate schools, and they should not be made to carry school bags, the weight of which can have an "irreversible" and "adverse" effect on the health of children.

CBSE has also issued directives for the schools to ensure reduction in the weight of school bags for all students. "Schools should not prescribe too many additional and supplementary textbooks that are at times voluminous, costly and designed in a pedagogically unsound manner," the circular said.

2016-09-15 18:10:52 by Mohamed Youssef

CBSE Class 10 results Chennais pass percentage at

CBSE Class 10 results: Chennai’s pass percentage at 99.69%

2016-05-28 16:19:10 by Kurt Sherwood

CBSE books to go online Smriti IraniAs a part of good governance efforts the Centre will make available CBSE books online for Apart from the CBSE books additional learning material and videos will also go on the Internet said HRD minister Smriti Irani at a function organised in a Kendra Vidyalaya in

CBSE books to go online: Smriti Irani
As a part of good governance efforts, the Centre will make available CBSE books online for free. Apart from the CBSE books, additional learning material and videos will also go on the Internet, said HRD minister Smriti Irani at a function organised in a Kendra Vidyalaya in Delhi.

2015-12-19 19:20:17 by Sasi

Which board to choose from SSC, CBSE, ICSE and IB ?

Choosing the board most suitable for your child can be a harrowing experience.Many parents are confused with which board to choose. There are namely four common boards like the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education),ICSE (Indian Certificate is Secondary Education), IB (International Baccalaureate)and the SSC (State Boards).

A common misconception is that CBSE and ICSE are both education boards similar to SSC boards of state government. CBSE is an education board but ICSE is the certificate offered after completion of the course and it is not a board. Still ICSE board is commonly used to mention this course.

Secondary School Certificate, commonly known as SSC, is a public examination taken by students in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Goa in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan , after successfully completing at least ten years of schooling. It is followed by Higher Secondary (School) Certificate (HSC). SSC is an equivalent to GCSE in the England.

State Boards are comparatively limited in the content and subjects as compared to other boards.The syllabus is easier and hence less stressful to the students.These schools being state centric are excellent for parents planning to stay in the same state for life. The State language is compulsory. As the concepts are generally lagging the kids have to be given external coaching, if planning for IIT, CAT and other competitive exams. These schools are great for kids who are focused on extracurricular activities like sports etc.

Central Board of Secondary Education: Know as the CBSE board. It prepares the syllabus for students up to Class 12. The curriculum is set by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). The board conducts India's two nation-wide board examinations: the All India Secondary School Examination for Class 10 and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination for Class 12.

Many schools are affiliated to CBSE syllabus.All major cities have CBSE schools, hence easy to move around in the country. The curriculum is very good when it comes to general knowledge and general subjects. It allows the kids to experience subjects without going deep into them thus helping them to choose the focus after Xth. This board prepares kids for competitive exams like the IIT, CAT, IIM and all entrance exams which are held at national level and it gives better chances for appearing for Armed Forces Exams, NDA, IAS, IFS, IPS.etc. The schools also focus a lot on extracurricular activities Most of which are compulsory thus assuring an overall growth of the child. One disadvantage is the length of the syllabus. It has vast syllabus

The ICSE is short form of Indian Certificate for Secondary Education. It was established by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate. The council conducts an all India exam for Class 10 called ICSE(Indian Certificate for Secondary Education) and for class 12 called the Indian School Certificate (ISC).

The ICSE board follows the basics strengthening syllabus. all the introduction is repeated and then quadratic equations are handled. Even questions are based on the basics. This makes the basics of the topic very strong. This helps the student a lot of confidence when higher studies are involved. As his basics are very strong, half the job is done. There is lot of focus on language and literature. So good for kids wanting to make a career which involves writing, reading, talking, debating, arguing, surveying, historians, geologist etc. This curriculum is very good when it comes to general knowledge and general subjects . However it is unnecessarily vast.

This board is also good for competitive exams like IIT, IIM, CAT, All India entrance exams, but needs extra time and coaching. Even Armed forces exams can be appeared after this board. ICSE syllabus is particularly important for students who prefer higher education abroad. Exams like GRE, TOEFLand GMAT have a lot of verbal ability testing. Its also excellent for those who are migrating from abroad as the curriculum is close to international board. One important distinguishing feature in ICSE syllabus is the importance given to projects. Projects are very important and they form the basis of marking scheme in the performance of the student. This makes the student extremely active and it improves his thinking ability.

IB Board
This board is excellent for kids whose parents are globe trotters as it enables kids to get admission into any IB school across the world. There are very few students in each batch, hence ensures quality focus on each child. The syllabus is taught in most interesting and interactive way with the best of equipments. The overall atmosphere in the school is international, with kids taking teachers as their equals. However these schools can be extremely expensive!

What we have attempted here is to give an non biased analysis of each schools. However each board has its own merits and demerits. The choice is up to you to decide which syllabus is most suited for your child.

You are requested to forward this to all parents in your contact sphere who are going to take school admissions for children.

2015-03-17 16:42:55 by Sanju
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