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Council For The Indian School Certificate Examination
Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination doesn’t come under the Government education board. This board is completely private board of education in India. This board carries out two examinations like Indian Certificate of Secondary Education and the Indian School Certificate and these two are quite popular in the country. In 1956, Indian Council was arranged to manage the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate’s Examinations in India. CISCE board’s main office is in Delhi and it has schools and colleges in every part of India.
ICSE examination is suitable for those students who want to complete class X or just finished this standard. Pupils who are willing to pursue this examination ought to take seven subjects, and four of them are required.
ISC examination is for those students who are willing to complete four years of education in school that is class XII standard. And for this examination, one has to take up English and Environmental subjects and other subjects the candidate can chose from option.
There is a particular rule in the board that a candidate ought to be a student of CISCE board to get an admission in the same board . Other private school students are not allowed, according to the board rule. As this is an English medium board, one attends every examination in English language. Apart from that, grading system in the examination and other systems are similar to other educational board.
In 1952, a conference was occurred for all India Certificate Examination and the chairman of this conference was Maulana Abdul Kalam Azaad, the education minister at the time. To replace Cambridge School certificate examination the conference was held. To arrange an Indian Council for Cambridge University and recommend the Syndicate a better way of examination system, a meeting was held in 1956 for the sake of India’s education.
The council was listed in 1967 and since 1973 the council got able to conduct public examination in Delhi school education.
The Ethos of the Council
- conviction and reasonable cooperate
- least amount of observation
- to develop own role - progressive organization
- requirements of the kids - renovate their purposes
- liberty to trial with novel thoughts and performance - The Schools have to incessantly progress - one cannot slip if he stays in a groove
- Variety and plural- the essential power for progress of thought.
- pupil should be encouraged by schools for farming:
- brilliance - The knowledge in India
- principles - religious and educational - to get strong in education
- 'Indian philosophy and sturdy extraction in the national awareness is important in schools. Be sensitive to national goal.
- Be sensitive to national aspiration.
- The job
This council has an important objective, which is education endorsement, and in this process subjects like science and literature and all other important subjects are involved. And it can be conducted by arranging proper examination system. The council does not work for profit as they just want to provide education.
The responsible is quite big and it also helps the government to make progress in education. An appropriate depiction of accountability of government towards all the schools and colleges in the country is important and that makes it safe. They are sharing all the responsibility of providing education to the mass with the government of India and this is, no doubt, a tough job to do when it is at the same time a nonprofit council.
There are some consultancy division and research corner for more development. These are the wings of this council that make sure that the process can go smoothly. By researching student can learn more things and that make an impact in their learning process. They try to evaluate their process every now and then and that is proved to be very useful. They make progress in their set of courses so that the process can go as it has been planned. These things can make their trainng and teaching process more demanding and thrilling.
C I S C E,Pragati House, 3rd Floor, 47-48, Nehru Place,New Delhi :- 110019
Telephone Number: (011)-26285170, 26413820, 26411706, 26476547
Fax Number: 26234575, 26212051
Web Site: www.cisce.org