What is the difference between ICSE and ISC board?

What is the difference between ICSE and ISC board?

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In India educational system is divided into different categories I.C.S.E board and I.S.C. board are among them. I.C.S.E stands for Indian Certificate of Secondary Education for grade 10. Which is conducted by the council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.  Similarly, I.S.C. stands for Indian school certificate. I.S.C. examination is conducted by the council for the Indian school certificate examination for Grade 12. So, the syllabuses related to these exams are known as I.C.S.E and I.S.C. syllabus.

Today parents are more conscious about the bright future of their children. They always try, that their children may get admission in a good school. During the admission they are comparing the syllabus of different school than they the decision. In India two boards I.C.S.E and C.B.S.E are more famous sometimes it becomes very difficult to differentiate between them. So it is very important for the schools affiliated with the board to follow the syllabi mention by the board.

These boards prescribe the syllabus as well as the course is and the books. In this course today some details are edit to the basic whereas there is no any change in introduction. So that students may not confused while study. The whole Syllabus in based on language and literature. Which will increase the confidence among students while talking arguing, debating etc.  Those students who prefer to take their higher education in other countries as U.S.A. and U.K. also feel more confidence among themselves due pattern of  these syllabus. The projects and lab works are also included in this syllabus for the better knowledge and performance.

As we know that, I.C.S.E is the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education and this exam is conducted by the council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations for the 10th standard. I.C.S.E board subjects are divided into two different categories: –

Part A

The part A consists of  courses like art, socially useful productive work, physical education, education in Moral and Spiritual Values and a third language from at least Class V to VIII class.

Part B – Part B consists of two groups

Group I – contains compulsory subjects like English, a second language, History, Civics and Geography. A candidate can opt from any two of the subjects from Mathematics, science, economics, commercial studies, technical drawing, a modern foreign language, a classical language, computer science, environment science and agriculture science.

Group II – contains the list of subjects like computer applications, economic application and commercial application, out of which, the student may choose any one of the subject. The importance of external and internal assessment is in the ratio of 80:20 in both the groups.

I.S.C. which stands for Indian School Certificate, Is an examination conducted by the council for the Indian School Certificate examination for Grade 12. In this board exam the compulsory subjects are English and a list of elective subjects. The list of electives contains subjects like: geography, sociology, history, physics, biology, chemistry, home science, etc.

Candidates in this board are compulsory to appear the English subject and exams for three, four or five electives. Generally, the result of the I.S.C is based on the external examination at the end of Class 12th.  Internal assessment on Socially Useful Productive Work and Community is also the part of result whose marks are also included in this result.

Board has designed the different grades for the I.C.S.E & I.S.C exams. The Grade 10th syllabus has been designed in such a way that students can get lot of information and knowledge. Grade 12th syllabus is prior to Grade 10th thus grade 12th subjects are more advance. In this way both the syllabi have their own importance and are crafted with minute details.

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