CBSE Schools

The full form of CBSE is the ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’. There are many CBSE-affiliated schools in India. Almost all the students in India prefer studying in such schools due to many reasons like good infrastructure, great knowledge, and an amazing learning experience. Teachers of such schools are also very qualified and highly knowledgeable. CBSE is a well-renowned and famous board in India. It is India’s national education body for public and private schools. The Union Government of India controls and directs it. CBSE is one of the most well-known boards, with 10 regional offices spread across the country. New Delhi, Allahabad, Dehradun, Patna, Ajmer, Chennai, Guwahati, and more cities are examples. CBSE-affiliated schools are required to follow a specific curriculum known as NCERT. The official languages of this curriculum are English and Hindi. CBSE was founded in 1962. In India, there are around 20,299 CBSE-affiliated schools, with 220 schools in 28 other countries. The syllabus and curriculum of CBSE-affiliated schools are designed in a way that provides students with deep knowledge about their subject. It also helps them in figuring out the career choices they want to make.

We wish all the students all the very best for their future, happy learning!

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