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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Latest CBSE News

  • The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made it mandatory for all CBSE affiliated schools to introduce physical education for classes 9 to class 12. The schools have been given option to make it mandatory for junior classes also. CBSE wants the subject to be part of other mainstream subjects to increase awareness amongst students on health and fitness. One period daily will have to be...
  • CBSE had recently announced the syllabus for year 2018 – 2019. In the syllabus CBSE has made major changes this time, one of the biggest one being removal of certain subjects. This is in line with the governments initiative to reduce syllabus for students which will help to reduce stress amongst students. The major changes have been announced for class 9th, 10th and 12th respectively. Some of the...
  • Are your looking to buy NCERT books ? Now its easier than ever. NCERT has started home delivery of books to make the books easily available for all students. There have been many cases reported where the books have gone out of stock in certain smaller cities and it takes weeks to months for the books to reach the sellers and then to the students. Now all NCERT books from class 1 to class 12 will...
  • Many changes have been made by the government in the recently announced syllabus issued for year 2018 -2019. Change has been made in the school detention policy applicable for Class 1 to Class 8. Under the previous CCE system no students were detained in classes 1 to 8 irrespective of their results. This led to very weak students also getting into next classes leading to low passing percentages...
  • Today CBSE has finally declared that there will not be any retest for class 10 mathematics examination. Even though there was news that the question paper has been leaked with strong evidences but taking due care of the hardships faced by honest students CBSE has finally declared that no retest will be conducted. The decision has come after the evaluators have examined many answer sheets from...
  • NCERT has again made clear that as per the syllabus and guidelines issued by them, no homework must be given to students upto class 2. The CBSE schools have already been directed to follow the instructions but the schools are still giving homework to students in order to show that they are making the child study or to display to society about their education standards. Also clarification came on...
  • CBSE has issued the following notification relating to the paper leak issues and importance of conducting re-examinations. Read the notification/ letter to students and parents below: On  30th  March 2018,  the Board  issued  a Notification  stating  that  the  re-examination  for  Maths  class  X would be conducted in the State of Delhi NCR and Haryana, if considered necessary after inquiry ...