Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
The Central Board of Secondary Education
The largest exam conducting body of the world, the Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the most prestigious educational boards of India. Controlled and managed by the Union Government of India, CBSE conducts board exams for class 10 and 12, Joint Entrance Examination for students aspiring for engineering, NEET for medical students, NET and CTET for teachers.
Formed in 1952, CBSE has managed to provide standard education and robust environment to around 19,316 schools in India and 211 schools in 25 foreign countries. Apart from the private and public schools affiliated to CBSE, Jawahar Narvodaya Vidyalayas and Kendriya Vidyalayas are also there. All of these schools have been assigned a common curriculum i.e. NCERT. The board aims to provide a healthy and complete school education to all the students so that they can get adequate room to develop physically and mentally.
What are the Main Objectives of CBSE?
Established in 1952, CBSE works on certain principles to fulfill the following goals:
- To determine suitable methods of academic activities to provide a stress free, child focused and all-round education to all children without compromising on the quality.
- To examine and supervise the quality of academic activities by gathering the feedback from different stakeholders
- To develop norms for the implementation of several academic activities including quality issues; to control and organize the execution of several academic and training plans of the Board; to organize academic activities and to monitor other agencies involved in the operation
- To adjust and innovate methods to reach traditional academic excellence with psychological, academic and social rules.
- To encourage schools to document the progress of students with a teacher and student friendly manner
- To organize various capacity building and empowerment programs to update the professional competency of instructors
- To propose conditions of examinations and conduct open examination at the end of Class X and XII.
- To satisfy the educational demands of those students whose parents were employed in transferable jobs
- To prescribe and update the course of instructions of examinations
- To affiliate institutions for the purpose of examination and advance the academic standards of the state.
CBSE Study Material
Moving parallel with CBSE, Vidyakul also aims to promote an environment that makes a student energetic and skilled in all aspects so that they can achieve academic excellence in all aspects. Thus, to impart quality education to learners of Class 9th-12th and those aspiring for JEE/NEET, Vidyakul presents CBSE study material in an organized format. Divided among classes and further into sub-categories, these resources are going to help the students achieve academic excellence in all aspects.
CBSE Class 9
Class 9 is considered to be the first step towards the future. It is one of the most crucial stage where students need to pull up their socks and study seriously as CBSE Class 9 lays down the foundation for the CBSE Class 10 Board Exams. Our team of subject matter experts have designed CBSE Class 9 module in accordance with the latest guidelines by the CBSE to create a broad platform with learning objectives for subjects like Maths and Science.
For an all-round preparation, Vidyakul provides students with CBSE Class 9 Syllabus, Textbook Solutions, Marking Scheme, Sample Papers and much more. These comprehensive resources will help the students prosper academically.
CBSE Class 10
The first national level examination faced by CBSE students is Class 10 Board exams. Since these exams determine the future career path of the student, they hold quite a significant position in the student’s academic life. The vast syllabus, immense pressure and approaching board exams, thus, increase students’ anxiety levels. With our team of subject matter experts, Vidyakul has prepared CBSE Class 10 study resources to increase the student’s skills in solving, analyzing, calculating and expressing.
Vidyakul presents CBSE Class 10 Syllabus, Marking Scheme, Textbook solutions, Sample papers and much more for clear understanding and to enhance their Class 10 Board exam preparation. Check out the Class 10 resources provided for the students to score more marks.
CBSE Class 11
Believed to be one of the most essential steps in the student’s career path, students find CBSE Class 11 quite demanding. Due to the complexity of the topics and concepts covered in the vast syllabus, students often face problems in the initial months of Class 11. Moreover, Class 11 sets the foundation for Class 12 Board exams and also for competitive examinations like JEE and NEET. Thus, if the student need to excel in his academic life, he needs to determine a proper preparation strategy beforehand.
Vidyakul presents CBSE Class 11 study material for students, designed by our subject matter experts according to the latest CBSE guidelines. By providing the students with Class 11 syllabus, marking scheme, sample paper, textbook solutions and much more, we aim to enhance their exam preparation and help them achieve academic excellence in all aspects.
CBSE Class 12
Class 12 is considered to be one of the most crucial year in a student’s academic life as it has a huge impact on his career choices. This year, the student again faces CBSE board exam, whose result is considered to be the most crucial since to some extent, the marks acquired in CBSE Class 12 Board exams determines the college that the student wants to take admission in. Thus the student requires all-round exam preparation to score the maximum marks so that he could choose his desired course in future.
To enhance the student’s exam preparation and provide the students with the best exam resources, Vidyakul presents CBSE Class 12 Study material, designed according to the CBSE guidelines by our team of subject matter experts. The Sample papers, previous year papers, textbook solutions, mock tests and much more would not only help students score maximum marks in CBSE Class 12 Board examinations but also act as a supplementary material while the students are preparing for competitive exams like JEE or NEET.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE):
To facilitate undergraduate admissions into various engineering colleges in India, Joint Entrance Exam or JEE is conducted by CBSE and IIT all over India. JEE is recognized as one of the most difficult exam worldwide and thus, JEE preparation requires students to burn midnight oil. Since the conducting body for JEE and CBSE Class 12 Board exams is the same, the syllabus for both runs parallel with each other. Keeping in mind that every year around 1.5 million students appear for JEE exam, students aspiring for JEE, need to plan their preparation strategy beforehand, in a systematic way.
Vidyakul presents JEE exam resources as well for class 11th-12th so that they could kick start their preparation early. With our JEE Sample papers, previous year papers, HC Verma Solutions, RD Sharma Solutions and much more, Vidyakul aims to enhance the student’s exam preparation and help them get admission into India’s prestigious engineering colleges.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET):
The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts NEET 2018, the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for undergraduates aspiring for courses like MBBS, BDS or PG in both government and private medical colleges. NEET 2018 is an offline objective entrance exam with 11 lakh student application every year. Hence, the student requires strategic planning and rigorous preparation.
Vidyakul brings NEET study material for students to ease out their exam preparation. The sample papers, textbook solutions, extended syllabus and much more would enhance their strategy and help them achieve academic excellence
Being the conducting body of so many national level exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education works to provide a healthy educational environment to every student of India. Apart from imparting quality education to all, CBSE aims to innovate the teaching-learning methodologies by formulating student friendly and student centered standards.