The Indian education system is regarded as one of the most outstanding in the world. The Central Board of Secondary Education, or CBSE, is the education board that establishes the foundation for India’s entire education system. Other schools and colleges can give special recognition to CBSE-affiliated schools. This article focuses on key characteristics of the board.
The Board received its current name, the ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’ in 1952. These were the main objectives of the Board: to make educational institutions more efficient and to respond to the educational needs of students whose parents were employed by the Central Government or had often transferable jobs.
The Board has a broad authority that extends beyond national boundaries.
The Board’s main goal is to improve and innovate teaching methods.
More than 10000 schools are affiliated with the CBSE in India and other countries. The Board is under the supervision of the Controlling Authority, which is the Secretary Education, Government of India Ministry of Human Resource Development. There are several statutory committees that provide advice to the Board. According to its rules and regulations, the Board’s Governing Body is formed. All the recommendations from the committees are submitted for approval to the Governing Board.
Each spring, the board conducts final exams for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination for Classes 10 and 12. The board also annually conducts AIEEE for admission to undergraduate engineering and architecture courses at many colleges across India. AIPMT All India Pre-medical Test is also conducted by the board for admission to major Indian medical colleges.
CBSE also prepares syllabuses for schools that are affiliated with it. It is a respected institution that provides education in both India and abroad. This has not compromised on quality. The CBSE’s most distinctive feature is its ability to offer relevant courses that keep up with current developments. The CBSE is a well-respected board of school education that promotes common education in a diverse world. Many Indian schools have adopted the CBSE model of education. It is the most well-known board in India. They support students who have to relocate to another country. Students can easily continue their education by learning from the same books and subjects.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has officially announced that it will introduce grading for ClassX beginning in 2008. Students will no longer have to choose between passing or failing Board exams.
CBSE, also known as CCE, has introduced a new nine-point scale system. To be promoted to the next level, students will need to earn qualifying grades in four subjects under the nine-point system. Students will not be graded pass or fail on their mark sheets. They will have four options for improving their grades within two years of their exam. The five-point scale will be used for grading. Students will receive grades A through E. Schools will no longer need to report raw scores on each student’s evaluation report.
To adapt to changing times, the board has made constant changes to the education system. It has made a significant contribution to India’s education system.