The full form of ICSE is Indian Certificate of Secondary Education.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is is devoted to helping the nation’s young scholars, through extraordinary quality scholastic accomplishments, allowing them to chip in towards a humanitarian, fair and pluralist society, endorsing contemplative line of thought, by generating exciting scholastic opportunities, with a pledge towards brilliance.
The CISCE manages three exams, that are, ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) – Class X, ISC (Indian School Certificate) – Class XII and the CVE (Certificate Of Vocational Education Examination) – Year 12. The subject selections and curriculums approved for these exams are diverse and targeted at the development of the unique talents of individual scholars.
The ICSE (CLASS X)
The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education has been formed to offer an examination in a curriculum of general schooling, in accord with the commendations of the 1986 Education Policy, by the medium of English. Private scholars are not allowed to appear for this exam.
The ISC (CLASS XII)
The Indian School Certificate Examination is an assessment, by the English medium, created in accord with the commendations of the 1986 Education Policy, after a two-year curriculum of studies further than the ICSE (Year 10) exam or its corresponding exams.
The C.V.E (YEAR 12)
The Certificate of Vocational Education Examination can be given by applicants after a two year curriculum of studies after the ICSE (Year 10) examination or its alike examination, by the English medium.The C.V.E. syllabus is projected to get the candidates for definite vocations. Private applicants are not allowed to appear for these exams.
As a leader in the delivery of worldwide educational accomplishments, the Council’s immense skills and knowledge is needed in many forums such as the Ministry for Human Resource Development, the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT), State Education Departments, the Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)and the Planning Commission, upholding the inherent reliability and integrity of the Council and the organizations it backs.
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