CISCE – Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations is a national level private board of Education in India, which was established in the year 1958 with an aim to serve the nation’s children by providing high-quality education, stimulating learning prospects with an assurance of excellence. The CISCE was launched to replace the Cambridge school certification examination.
The CISCE board provides a comprehensive, structured syllabus and aims to give practical knowledge and build analytical skills in students. The syllabus is specially designed according to the essential requirements of working professionals in order to improve their skills and capability according to the current job-oriented demands.
Every year the CISCE board of School education system conducts two main examinations, namely:
- The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE – Class 10)
- The Indian School Certificate (ISC – Class 11 and 12)
ICSE – The Indian Council of Secondary Education is a private board of education system in India, which is known for their extensive and huge syllabus. ICSE syllabus is well-structured in all respects based on the CISCE pattern. ICSE examinations consist of 7 subjects and among which 4 are compulsory, and other 3 can be selected from the options, based on the student’s interest. English and language are compulsory for all classes from KG1 to class 10.
ISC – The Indian School Certificate Examination is a board of examination conducted for the students of class 11 and 12. ISC syllabus is well-designed by experienced subject experts which include all the important chapters required for the present academic year. Moreover, the entire syllabus is modified from time to time and more new topics are added to the curriculum as per the current educational requirements.