What is CBSE? | Central Board of Secondary Education
What is CBSE? – (CBSE) Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE follows only NCERT and it has taught to every affiliated board whether it is in India or in foreign have to follow only NCERT course. CBSE is founded on 3 November 1962 in New Delhi India. it is managed by the union government of India. more than 20,000 people followed CBSE with the NCERT curriculum.
AS per the data taken from here, CBSE has only 309 schools in 1962 and on 1st May 2019 CBSE has 21271 schools in India, and in 25 countries it has 228 schools.
Actually CBSE Central Board of Secondary Education has the decentralized it’s worth so that it can work efficiently and effectively. CBSE worked under 10 regional ‘which are the following: Allahabad, Delhi, Ajmer, Guwahati, Trivanthapurm, Bhubaneshwar, Patna, Chennai, Dehradun, Guwahati, and Panchkula.
The most important Functions of CBSE
The Most Important Functions
CBSE has a clear cut that it has to provide academic education to all the students in a standard method so that all children can study without stress.
It collects feedback from the different-different stakeholders to analyze the quality of the education and the ability that students are learning or not.
CBSE always wanted to school that there should be a friendly environment between the student and teacher. Because it is very important so that students can ask their doubts without hesitation.
CBSE always creates a plan and proposes it to school education so that they can achieve the National goals.
Also, it tries to fulfill the educational requirements for all those children, who are from poor families. and their parents are doing transferable jobs.
CBSE affiliate the institutions, the main purpose behind is to create the standards academic culture and examination in the country.
CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
1. PRINCIPLES OF THE CBSE CURRICULUM
2. IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM
3. SCHEME OF STUDIES
4. STRUCTURE OF ASSESSMENT SCHEME
Download here to understand it in detail.
Ramesh Pokhriyal tweeted on that
Basing online classes holding exams for 10th and 12th classes in pen and paper is not fair. Because many students missed them.