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14th July 2017, 04:42 PM
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Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?


My son is studying in UKG in state pattern so please tell me which board education is best for my son State Board or CBSE Board for STD I? Can you please suggest me the right one to select next so that his future will be perfect? Thank you!





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  #2  
14th July 2017, 08:58 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

Sir, as we all know that both the boards have their importance. The CBSE board is much better than that of MP board as CBSE board is a programme proceeding throughout the india in a equal way. So i think you should prefer CBSE board .




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14th July 2017, 10:00 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

For better future you should choose CBSE board because two big exams JEE and NEET .
JEE for engineering
NEET for medical.

So in my point of view for better future scope you should choose CBSE board

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14th July 2017, 10:02 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

As per the current era of education, job and settlement i will recommend the child to study either in ICSE board or CBSE board in English medium which will help the child to develop his skills , improve the communication level.
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14th July 2017, 10:04 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

I suggest you to go for CBSE board because it will make your ward's future very bright. After studying in CBSE school, his speaking english will be quite better than any state board students. And in today's world, knowledge of english is very important. In every sectors whether it is government sector or private sector, english is the main language for communication.
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14th July 2017, 10:46 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

Central Board of Secondary Education is better than any state board. CBSE is considered to be one of the best board of India and is accepted and recognized at international level.

You can get your son admitted in any CBSE affiliated school.
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15th July 2017, 12:13 AM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

First thing I would like to let you know that syllabus of CBSE and State boards are mostly similar the difference comes in the pattern of studying and environment provided by board.

In my view out of state board of examination and CBSE one should opt for CBSE board as it is the national board and its pattern of teaching in designed better when you compare to it the pattern of teaching of most of state board.

Further CBSE is a body that conducts different national level ations like JEE , NEET, etc. and hence student of CBSE is more familiar to the pattern and language o questions of these examinations as compared to the students of state board of examination.
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15th July 2017, 12:55 AM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

At the very early stage of education it is tough to decide better among the state government and CBSE schools.

So, if you are satisfied with facility and environment of state government school then according to me state board school is better as compared to CBSE.

But in some situation as method of teaching is good in CBSE school and proper guidance to student at initial stage.
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15th July 2017, 02:42 AM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

Hi,

For 1st standard,I would suggest that CBSE board is better.

If you want have your son study better for tomorrow, then why wait for present.So go for CBSE. This is because:-

==>The syllabus is very structured, highly predictable and controlled.

==>All national entrance examinations like joint Entrance are conducted as per this syllabus.

==>CBSE is responsible for preparing the syllabus for the secondary and senior secondary levels.

==>It follows the national curriculum along with additional subject matter.
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15th July 2017, 08:02 AM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

If you want to create a strong base of knowledge and communication skills, you may prefer CBSE Board education for him.

As the upcoming prospects look for English Communication more than thr regional languages.

Plus, if he studies CBSE pattern, more chances will be generated for him to get into Technical fields as well as Civil Sevices both.

However the syllabus coverage is similar, the vast advantage of CBSE Board over State Board is English base foundation.

If you are looking for facilities, they are comparable. But if you go for education, CBSE would be better for a new generation kid.
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15th July 2017, 11:15 AM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is the best board. The syllabus and the NCERT books of CBSE will be very helpful for the students in their future.

In all the entrance exam mainly the questions are from CBSE syllabus.
CBSE conducts so many entrance exams also.

In board examination students scores good marks in CBSE board. The checking pattern is very good in CBSE as compare to state board.
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15th July 2017, 02:29 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

Both the boards are good for your ward to study.

CBSE Board focuses more on English while State Boards will strengthen the concepts of core subjects into students.

So, if you wish that your students should be strong in English speaking and writing, then you must refer for CBSE Board school with English medium.

This will highly help students in appearing for competitive exams like JEE Main, BITSAT and other competitive exams in future.
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15th July 2017, 03:16 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

Central Board of Secondary Education is the most suitable board for academics upto senior secondary.

You should admit your son in any CBSE affiliated school without any hesitation. This will be the first step towards securing future of your son.
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15th July 2017, 04:02 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

According to me you should admit your son in CBSE school. As because in that school various facilities are given to child for their mental growth and development. State board schools have less facilities in comparison to CBSE. That is why you should opt CBSE school for your son.
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15th July 2017, 04:10 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

State Board of Education has lost its relevance in last few years. Teaching methodology is not proper for imparting quality education. That is why most of parents do not want to educate their child from state board of education.

Central Board of Secondary Education is the best board option for students where there is appropriate teaching techniques that help in better learning and personality development. CBSE will be the best for your son.
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15th July 2017, 07:13 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

As far as my knowledge is concerned CBSE ( Central Board of Secondary Education ) is better as compared to state boards as it enjoys the luxury of being a national board of education and hence its syllabus and facilities are well maintained with the time need.

Also being a national board of examination also organises various national level entrance examinations like JEE, NEET, CTET, NET, etc. which is a advantage for CBSE students as the pattern of question is familiar to students of CBSE.
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15th July 2017, 08:37 PM
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Default Re: Which board is better for 1st standard? State board or CBSE board?

You can take admission for your child for pursuing 1st standard whether it is State or CBSE Board. The state board schools syllabus varies from school to school whereas CBSE Board School is being same throughout all the schools in India. It is best to take admission for your child in CBSE Board school as he can gain more theoretical and practical knowledge by pursuing his studies from CBSE Board.
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