CBSE Full Form

What is the full form of CBSE?

The full form of CBSE is the Central Board of Secondary Education. CBSE is an Indian national level education board for private and public schools, operated and regulated by the Indian Union Government. CBSE has demanded that all affiliated schools adopt NCERT curricula only. In India, there are approximately 20,299 schools and 220 CBSE affiliated schools in 28 international countries. Few critical information related to CBSE is given in the table below.

CBSE Full Form Central Board of Secondary Education
Establishment 03/11/1962
Official language Hindi and English
Head office New Delhi, India
Official website http://cbse.nic.in/
Chairman IAS Manoj Ahuja

History of CBSE:

  • In 1921, the first educational board to be set up in India was the Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education, which was under the control of Rajputana, Central India and Gwalior.
  • In 1929 the Indian government established a joint board called Rajputana, Board of High School and Intermediate Education.

Eligibility criteria to attend CBSE Examination.

The test that CBSE carries out for class ten students is known as AISSE, while the test is called as AISSCE for 12th-grade students. Every year CBSE also carries the National Eligibility Test (NET) for teacher recruitment.

  • Only enrolled students in CBSE-affiliated schools can show up in 10th class AISSE and 12th class AISSCE examination. For these exams, students from every creed, caste, religion, sect, economic status, gender, race or tribe may appear.
  • For the NET exam, students who complete their Master’s through an aggregate of over 55 per cent from a board or university recognized by UGC in social sciences, humanities, etc. may appear under CBSE regulations.

Primary objectives of CBSE

  • Defining suitable academic methods for stress-free, comprehensive and child-focused academic achievement without sacrificing quality.
  • Track and review the variety of educational activities based on feedback gathered from various stakeholders.
  • Suggesting plans to boost school education in line with national goals.
  • Organizing capacity development activities to upgrade teachers’ skills and professional competencies.
  • To prescribe the examination condition and format and to conduct 10th and 12th class final examinations.
  • To recommend and modify CBSE exam instructions or guidelines.
  • Must affiliate those institutions that meet CBSE criteria.

CBSE Regional office

Currently, CBSE has ten regional offices which are

  1. Delhi – Which covers NCT of New Delhi and Foreign Schools.
  2. Chennai – Which includes Andhra Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Daman and Diu, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Telangana.
  3. Guwahati – Which covers Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim.
  4. Ajmer – Which includes Gujarat, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
  5. Panchkula – Which covers Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir.
  6. Allahabad – Which covers UP and Uttarakhand.
  7. Patna – Which covers Jharkhand and Bihar.
  8. Bhubaneswar – Which includes West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Odisha.
  9. Thiruvananthapuram – Which covers Lakshadweep and Kerala.
  10. Dehradun – Which covers Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Examinations conducted by CBSE Board

  • Each year the CBSE holds final exams for students in 10 and 12 classes.
  • Every year CBSE carries out AIEEE. It is a competitive exam for getting admission to undergraduate courses in architecture and engineering all over India.
  • CBSE also conducts annual NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) which is a competitive test for entry to major medical colleges throughout India.
  • It also performs a yearly CTET (Central Teachers Eligibility Test) to hire teachers for the central educational school.
  • CBSE is responsible for the appointment of professors at colleges and universities by NET (National Eligibility Test) examination.

Advantages of CBSE

  • Compared with other Indian boards, the curriculum is more straightforward and lighter.
  • The number of CBSE schools is considerably higher than any board, making it much easier to change schools, particularly when the student has to go to another state.
  • Many competitive exams in India at the undergraduate level are based on CBSE recommended syllabus.
  • CBSE allows students to engage in curricular and co-curricular events.
  • Typically, students of CBSE are considered to be more proficient in English compared to other state board students.
  • Whereas the standard of education that children receive is more dependent according to their specific school than on the board, the guidelines by CBSE ensure that almost all CBSE schools focus on providing their students with excellent and proper training.

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