Difference between CBSE and CBSE International

Difference between CBSE and CBSE International

 

CBSE International

CBSE

CurriculumConsists of languages, performing arts, visual arts, physical education, social science, life skills, research projects, sciences and mathematics (elective and core).Consists of three streams science, humanities and commerce.
AffiliationWorldwideWorldwide
Founded In20101962
EmphasisEmphasized on global education. Research orientation and Social empowermentEmphasized on Indian educational system. Based on NCF and NCERT.
SpecialtyCCE, Research, Life Skills and SEWACCE, Project Work, Board Exams
Classes/ Grades1 to 111 to 12
Other Features
  • The ministry has proposed that the annual course registration fee will be Rs1.5 lakh.
  • The entire course will be totally online.
  • The entire curriculum will be taught through e-books, will include more foreign languages and different syllabi for other subjects.
  • Beneficial for students who want to pursue their higher education abroad.
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