14th January, 2020
The debate between which board is better for secondary education, the State Board or the Central Board, is everlasting. But CBSE board has an edge over the others, especially here in India due to various reasons. There are several top CBSE schools in Bangalore and other states which follow this board. Its curriculum or course syllabus is set by the National Council of Educational Research and Training, commonly known as NCERT. Here are a few advantages of CBSE:
CBSE is Homogenous, State is Not
Each state in the country has a separate education state board which is overlooked by the authorities of the respective state’s education department. Everything, from curriculum to the structure and paper pattern differs from state to state. Whereas, CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education, as the name suggests is India’s national education board. The curriculum, teaching pattern, and material remains the same throughout the country. This makes transfers and changing schools for students in different states much easier, for the course remains the same irrespective of the state.
CBSE is more student-friendly
The education material in CBSE is designed in such a way that it helps students develop analytical abilities and reasoning skills. New ways like more questions with internal choices, higher focus on objective questions, etc. are being introduced and policies are being revised regularly to not endorse rote learning. CBSE does not put extra pressure on students but stresses on imparting quality education.
CBSE Aids IIT-JEE or AIIMS Preparations
Many students, after completing their school education, aspire to become Engineers or doctors and start their preparations for competitive exams of centralized education institutes like IIT-JEE or AIIMS. The students passed out from CBSE schools fair better in exams like these because these exams are also steered by CBSE. Hence, studying in a CBSE school serves as an added advantage.
CBSE Allows Flexibility
In India, CBSE is considered more flexible than other boards because it promotes customization when it comes to picking a few additional subjects from Grade VIII to XII, then be it in language or any other subject. For e.g., if a student wants to pursue Arts or Humanities along with Maths as an additional subject, he or she can as CBSE allows that sort of pick and choose combination option. The limits of customization may vary from school to school.
Though preferences, criteria for judgment of schools and boards might be different for different people, if one decides to go for CBSE, he or she must pursue education from the best CBSE schools in Bangalore or any other state in the country.
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