CBSE vs CISCE

Apart from the spring season other season which has started and gained importance in the last few years is admission season. Parents will have lot of dreams about their children and ready to send their children to any schools not even bothering about the heavy fees. Whatever may be the fee structure or reputation of the school, send your kids to the school where they can enjoy the childhood rather than fill the tender age with loads of home work, activities which makes kids to over work and slowly loss interest towards studies.

Other than schools running with state syllabus or affiliated to state government, these days lot of schools are coming up which are affiliated to the boards of CBSE and CISCE. The 10th standard examination of CISCE board is called as ICSE i. e. Indian Certificate of Secondary Education. Let us briefly look at the difference between the structure in CBSE and CISCE board.

  • · CBSE stands for Central Board of Secondary Education and CISCE stands for Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations
  • · CISCE curriculum has practical approach; students can learn doing experiments, this kind of learning by doing is not available in CBSE curriculum.
  • · In India, all the competitive exams like AIEEE, AIPMT, AIIMS, JIPMER etc., will be conducted based on the syllabus of CBSE
  • · CBSE has got recognition from the central government as CBSE is a board formed under Government of India guidelines, CISCE has also got recognition from Government of India even though it is not directly managed by the Central Government
  • · CISCE exams have global recognition where as CBSE exams has recognition in India
  • · CISCE schools are mostly run by the private management so the fee is very high compared to the other schools.
  • · CISCE curriculum includes continuous assessment of the students where as the CBSE curriculum has annual exams
  • · Both CISCE and CBSE schools have vast syllabus in curriculum which requires qualified teachers to teach the subjects, the private managements which are running schools won’t give good salary to the teachers as the schools are running for gaining profit. The quantity of qualified teachers will slowly reduce and as a substitute less qualified people will be appointed as teachers which creates burden for the students
  • · For information on CBSE visit www.cbse.nic.in and for CISCE visit www.cisce.org


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