How is the CBSE more beneficial to students in the long run?
Posted by Strategic Communications, JGI Group on 11 November 2017
When it comes to your child's education, most parents are faced with the dilemma of choosing the board of education with the maximum advantages for their ward. India has a wide array of education boards to offer its students, such as state boards, central boards --CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), ISC (Indian School Certificate Examinations), and international boards -- such as (IB) International Baccalaureate, IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education).
Parents naturally want to choose the right board of education for their child, one that plays an integral part in the student's future. In India, CBSE is one of the better-recognized education boards along with ISC.
Both the boards cover similar subjects but the major difference mainly lies in the syllabus, pattern of learning and scope of knowledge.Jain Heritage School, Bangalore, one of the best CBSE schools in the city, follows the CBSE board. CBSE is considered as the primary board of education in India at the school level. The board also conducts the AIEEE Examination which is one of the most imperative entrance examinations for admission to different undergraduate engineering courses.
The CBSE has been chosen by Jain Heritage School, Bangalore as it is beneficial for the holistic development of a child through an integrated curricular approach. It believes in introducing innovative teaching-learning methodologies which are student friendly. The syllabus focuses on a skill-based learning method making it job-oriented.
There are various advantages of choosing CBSE for your child. They are:
A Recognized board:
CBSE is recognized not only by the Indian government but it is also accepted globally.
The syllabus has a more compact structure and is better aligned for qualifying in various entrance examinations, which includes the medical and engineering professional examinations.
The CBSE is comparatively easier and student-friendly, focusing a lot on the application of the knowledge especially subjects like Physics, Biology, and Chemistry under the umbrella of science and mathematics.
The focus is primarily on learning through experience and experimentation rather than through one-way teaching.
With the aim of decreasing pressure on students, CBSE has evolved its assessment criteria into a Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), for students of sixth to tenth grades. The CCE has introduced a special grading system, thus, replacing the previous marking system. The grading system promotes holistic development, evaluated through a series of curricular and extracurricular activities.
The CBSE board is widely available in schools all over the country which makes it accessible if in case a student requires transferring to another city.
The Growth of ethics and values:
The syllabus includes activities that mold a child's personality and helps students not only to be good citizens of the country but also become good humans.
Overall, the CBSE is an educational board which provides an excellent quality of education along with values and is the top-rated choice amongst parents of today.