ICSE 2009 Syllabus

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Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ICSE) was set up in the year 1958 by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. The council conducts two types of examination namely Indian School Certificate and the Certificate of Vocational Education Examinations. Given below is the list of the names of the subjects and links to the syllabus of the subjects for ICSE 2009 examinations.

SYLLABUS:

  1. English
  2. Physics
  3. Chemistry
  4. Mathematics
  5. Biology
  6. Computer Science
  7. Economic Applications
  8. Art
  9. Home Science
  10. Physical Education
  11. Economics
  12. Sanskrit
  13. Environmental Education
  14. Commercial Studies
  15. Modern Foreign Language - Group 2
  16. Agricultural Science
  17. Fashion Designing
  18. Yoga
  19. SUPW and Community Service
  20. Environmental Applications
  21. Second Languages - Indian Languages
  22. Geography
  23. Technical Drawing
  24. Environmental Science
  25. Commercial Applications
  26. Cookery
  27. Technical Drawing Applications
  28. Modern Foreign Language - Group 1
  29. Classical Language
  30. Performing Arts
  31. Modern Foreign Language - Group 3

A general doubt among many individuals is the difference between ICSE and CBSE. The first and the foremost thing is that the level of examination is tougher in ICSE than in CBSE but as per the students of ICSE, they say that ICSE has a huge course to be covered whereas CBSE is a bit more student oriented and plays emphasis on practical education but at the same time ICSE provides a strong edifice for the subsequent building of the character. So according to me if you can get upto class Xth education from ICSE and the senior secondary from CBSE, there is nothing better than this combination but the practicality of the solution is also negligible as you just can’t switch between states of India to get admission to ICSE or CBSE affiliated schools.

 
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