CBSE Vs ICSE Vs IB Schools


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The Presentation describes the difference between CBSE, ICSE and IB. All education boards and there description.

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CBSE Vs ICSE Vs IB Schools

  1. 1. CBSE Vs ICSE Vs IB Schools<br /><br />
  2. 2. Education has gained a whole new dimension in the changing times when parents are better-informed and want to be at the helm of the affairs. A decade old debate on CBSE vs ICSE has just widened a little with one more board called IB gaining prominence. Deciding a good school in itself is a harrowing and mind boggling experience, this new confusion of the right education board only adds to the ordeal. Today we will help all the parents out there by bringing out both well and lesser known facts about all these three boards followed by an exhaustive comparison.<br /><br />
  3. 3. CBSE<br />CBSE stands for Central Board of Secondary Education.<br /><ul><li> It is one of the most popular and school boards in India.
  4. 4. It is majorly preferred by people in transferrable jobs as almost all the cities across the country have reputed schools following the CBSE curriculum.
  5. 5. Central Schools, better known as KendriyaVidayalas are affiliated to CBSE education board.
  6. 6. The board conducts two examinations- All India Secondary School Examination, AISSE (Class X) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination, AISSCE (Class XII).
  7. 7. CBSE is recognized by Indian Government, all Indian Colleges and Universities.
  8. 8. The curriculum is aligned in such a way that it helps the students to prepare for engineering and medical entrance exams.</li></ul><br />
  9. 9. ICSE<br />ICSE stands for Indian Certificate of Secondary Education.<br /><ul><li>It was previously known as Senior Cambridge.
  10. 10. The examination conducted for Class 10th is known as ICSE and for 12th it is referred as INDIAN School Certificate (ISC).
  11. 11. ICSE curriculum lays higher emphasis on language with two papers on English unlike CBSE, where is one paper.
  12. 12. A lot of elite schools, both boarding and day schools like Mayo, Welhams, Doon to name a few follow the ICSE curriculum.</li></ul><br />
  13. 13. IB<br /><ul><li> IB is the new kid on the block when it comes to Indian Sub-continent.
  14. 14. International Baccalaureate(IB) as the name suggests is more internationally accepted and follows a different teaching methodology altogether.
  15. 15. There are three programs:</li></ul>              I. PYP: The Primary Years Programme (Kindergarten to Class 5).<br />              II. MYP: The Middle Years Programme (Class 6 to Class 10).<br />              III. DP: The Diploma Programme (Class 11 to Class 12).<br /><ul><li> IB syllabus is accepted world-wide which gives a definite edge to the students who aspire to go abroad for higher studies.
  16. 16. There are very few IB World Schools in India, clearly exhibiting its elitist status.</li></ul><br />
  17. 17. Comparative Case Study<br />Armed with all the basic information about all the three well-known boards, it’s time for an exhaustive comparison on what’s good and what’s not-so-good about each of these education boards. This will help the parents in making a better decision for their little bundle of joy.<br /><ul><li>CBSE primarily focuses on a pre-defined curriculum where there is little room for kids to experiment. Some of the critics even say that it is heavily examination-based and promotes rote learning. ICSE, on the other hand offers a wide syllabus which is application-based and requires the students to think beyond the prescribed syllabi to excel. IB follows an altogether different approach where there are no prescribed textbooks and kids are free to explore the myriad world of books. The focus of the IB pedagogy is on 'how to learn' rather than 'what to learn'.
  18. 18. CBSE students have a better footing in Indian sub-continent as the syllabus is well aligned with most of the professional entrance examinations. As per the statistics, CBSE students fare better in such exams while ICSE students have to often struggle and go an extra mile to prepare for the exams. IB students, however compete well in exams where there is little amount of rote learning and requires higher degree to analytical skills like CAT,SAT,GRE etc</li></ul><br />
  19. 19. <ul><li> The subject of Environmental Education is compulsory in ICSE while it is optional in both CBSE and IB.
  20. 20. CBSE allows both regular and private students to appear in the exams while the same is not the case with IB and ICSE.
  21. 21. There are plethora of CBSE schools, both elite like DPS, SriRam, Modern School and affordable schools like KendriyaVidyalaya for an average middle class Indian. ICSE schools are little less in number, again with a wide choice to choose from. However, IB schools are very few in number considering the high tuition fees and its late entry in Indian Education.
  22. 22. Internal assessments have been a prime component in ICSE and IB syllabus, while CBSE is slowly drifting towards this.
  23. 23. CBSE approves of both English and Hindi as mediums of instruction. On the contrary, Hindi is treated as a second optional language in IB and ICSE.</li></ul>We hope all these points would enlighten you and probably put your education board related confusions on the back burner. Feel free to send in your comments and queries. We ensure you a prompt response!! Let’s end this discussion with a beautiful quote “Only Educated Are Free!!”<br /><br />
  24. 24. Thanks<br /><br /><br />