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How CBSE and IB stand out from the other boards of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education and why should one study from these boards?


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RE: How CBSE and IB stand out from the other boards of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education and why should one study from these boards?

Surabhi Dewra
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Well,

The boards you have mentioned for the Secondary and Higher Secondary Education are considered the top most boards in the field and they are famous for quality education. The trail of success by the students in their career path has proved the prowess and capabilities of these boards. I have mentioned some of the salient features and the strengths of CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and IB (International Baccalaureate).

 

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Benefits and Advantages of CBSE over State Boards

  • National level board for school exams so it’s easy to move state to state for study purpose
  • More Student Friendly than State Boards
  • Conductive for the students who are going to pursue studies from centralized institutions like IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc.
  • Imparts quality knowledge to the students and also it ensures overall physical and mental growth
  • Flexibility to the students to pursue their field of interest
  • The Information delivery and the quality of information is up to the mark and considered standard all over India
  • The syllabus and the pedagogical skills of the teachers are regularly updated
  • Skill Learning with Job-oriented and Job-linked inputs is one of the prime focus areas

 

Benefits of studying from IB 

  • IB Programmes are more than curricula, they help in developing inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people
  • Graduates of IB have higher university and college acceptance rates than other students
  • Method of instruction develops the students into international-minded individuals
  • Being graduate of IB means cultivation of lifelong learning
  • IB Programmes encourages students of all ages to think critically and challenge assumptions
  • IB Programmes develop students independently of government and national systems, incorporating quality practice from research and global community of schools
  • IB develops multilingual students
  • IB has no prescribed textbooks so students have lot of freedom in learning
  • IB students often perform better

Dear Aspirant, it is worth joining these two boards for the secondary and higher secondary education owing to their strength in the educational field and the quality education. For more information, you can have a talk with the Professional Experts at CareerGuide. And if you have been confused over the decision which stream to be joined after the secondary and higher secondary education then there are Psychometric Tests by CareerGuide which can be highly useful for you to make decisions related to stream selecting and the aspects like that. It is nice of you that you approached the right career guiding platform. With your sincere efforts and our genuine guidance we will bring your career dreams into reality. Hope this helps you! Wish you the best.

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