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18th June 2016, 05:57 PM
hazaribaghh
 
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What is the diffference between CBSE and State board syllabus?


I had read class 10th from cbse but now i want to do 11th and 12th from jharkhand board (arts) but the main problem is this that colleges used to teach in hindi language and i dont understand in hindi but after that also i want to take admission then can i read tution from the teachers of cbse (arts). Awaiting for the answer.




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19th June 2016, 11:53 PM
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Default Re: What is the diffference between CBSE and State board syllabus?

# CBSE stands for Central Board of School Education.


# Key difference between CBSE and State Board of School Education are given below:

* CBSE is an autonomous body of Central Government. The syllabus is designed and monitored by itself. While the syllabus of State Board of School Education is designed by Department of Education of State Government.

* The language of the CBSE syllabus is only English or Hindi. While language of the syllabus of State Board of School Education is English and regional language.

* The main motive of CBSE syllabus is to impart education in a scientific and national exposure. On the other hand, syllabus of State Board of School Education focussed more on concepts of local importance and practical implication of related subjects.

* As a general trend, CBSE is considered much better than State Board of School Education.

* Student of CBSE affiliated school can easily get migrated into any CBSE affiliated school in any part of country as there is similar and same syllabus for CBSE in all over country. On the other hand, student of school under State Board of School Education get difficulty to adjust to the syllabus into another school in any part of school.




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4th June 2017, 09:19 AM
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Default Re: What is the diffference between CBSE and State board syllabus?

Why in cbse board the percentage will be 70 above while in state board it is almost 60




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