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What is the difference between CBSE and ICSE?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Aug 27, 2019

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C. Matz

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C. MatzCollege student, Graduation, Orlando
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Answered on Aug 27, 2019

CBSE is the acronym for Central Board of Secondary Education, while ICSE is the acronym for Indian Certificate of Secondary Education. Both CBSE and ICSE are educational institutions, and whatever certificate you are awarded in any of the institutions can be used anywhere in the world. First of all, CBSE and ICSE are different in terms of syllabus, exam, and other educational activities. Although both institutions are well known but CBSE is highly recognized by the Indian government, while ICSE has not been able to get the government attention.

CBSE is the acronym for Central Board of Secondary Education, while ICSE is the acronym for Indian
Also, both institutions have different certificates which would be given to any student who has fully completed all the training processes. However, CBSE certificate seems to have more value than ICSE certificate. CBSE has a more organized syllabus compared to ICSE. The syllabus has been divided into different units, and each unit is to be completed within a stipulated period of time. ICSE, on the other hand, has a heavy syllabus and it is not as organized as CBSE

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A. Samuel

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A. SamuelContent Manager, Masters in Marketing and accounting, Florida
Content Manager, Masters in Marketing and accounting, Florida

Answered on Jul 16, 2019

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) are boards of education that offer the quality learning experience. The following are the differences between the CBSE and the ICSE: a. CBSE is an educational board that affiliates public and private schools in India and other nations while the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education is an examination conducted in the course of general education in India. b. In ICSE, the medium of examination is in English only.

As opposed to the CBSE, where the examination medium can be English or Hindi. c. The Syllabus of the CBSE is considered to be comparatively easy, unlike the ICSE’s syllabus, which is usually designed based on the foreign education system, is considered more challenging for students. d. CBSE results exhibit only the grades of the students. On the other hand, ICSE declares two result sheets, in which one displays the grades while the other displays the marks obtained by the student.

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