Difference between CBSE and CBSE International

Difference between CBSE and CBSE International


CBSE International


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.
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.


Latest CBSE News

  • CBSE has withdrawn the circular issued in 2017 regarding Uniform Assessment system for class 6 to class 9 in line with the changes done for class 10 and class 12 where board examinations have been introduced again. Schools have been advised to follow the same examination pattern which has been followed by the schools itself and no change have been advised in that now and all changes suggested by...
  • UNESCO has declared 21st February every year as the International Mother Language Day. In this regard a notification has been issued by CBSE directing all schools to organize activities relating to Elocution, Debating, Singing, Essay writing competitions, Music and dramatic performances, exhibitions, online resources and activities as well as events exploring the cognitive, economic, social and...
  • The state board students might have to give aptitude tests to enter into Delhi University. This is being considered by the government due to concerns raised by students during previous years stating that the students giving exams as per CBSE board have tougher course to study and stricter marking schemes whereas the state board have much lenient marking schemes due to which the students are able...
  • As the exams are approaching PM Mr Narendra Modi has given a motivating message to students and has also launched a book which will help the students to beat stress and be a warrior and score good marks in the upcoming examinations. Watch Video here..
  • The admit cards for the class 10th and 12th board examinations are expected to be released by CBSE during the first week of February 2018 for the board examinations which are scheduled to begin on 5th March. The admit card will have important details like the student details along with roll number, examination centre details with instructions. Its mandatory for the students to display their admit...