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CBSE stand for the Central Board of Secondary Education. It is a national level educational body for public and private schools it is under the control for Indian government. Every year CBSE conducts the exam for the class 10th and 12th at the national and international level. CBSE was established in 1962. CBSE is one of the oldest and leading educational board in India. CBSE headquarter is in New Delhi and its regional offices are in cities like Delhi, Chennai, Ajmer etc. Both English and Hindi are considered as the official languages ​​of the board. The 10th exam which is conducted by the CBSE for the 10th students in known as AISSE, And for the 12th class exam its known as AISSCE. CBSE also conducts National Eligibility Test (NET) every year for the recruitment of teachers. CBSE Board always focus on the providing Best academic training without sacrificing quality. It prescribes forms and plans to the schools to promote the level of training in line with the national development. CBSE also suggest and amend examination instruction and guideline to the school. The CBSE board is also responsible for conducting various other competitive exams like AIEEE and NEET. It also conducts CTET and NET. The guidelines provide a stress free and comprehensive method of study. Manoj Ahuja is the new chairman of CBSE. He is a 1990 batch IAS officer of Odisha cadre. CBSE board is affiliated to all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools and most of the schools approved by the Central Government of India. 

 

Importance of CBSE

 

CBSE has helped in achieving a centralized education system in India which is centrally controlled by a single body. All the student who are enrolled under CBSE are maintained with uniformity across India. All colleges, whether professional or non-professional, recognize the certificate issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education. CBSE certificate is valid all over the country. The education structure is designed in such a way that the student can study as well as develop skills at the same time. The curriculum is well designed keeping in mind the IQ of the students. The structure followed in designing the syllabus is compact which makes the CBSE syllabus at par with other boards. The syllabus covers all the basic, general and proficient knowledge that will help a student to advance in education. All competitive exams like AIEEE, JEE and UPSC follow CBSE syllabus. Hence, the students studying in CBSE schools are on a higher edge than the students of other boards. Also, the CBSE website provides free study material such as e-books to help the financially unsound students.