iCBSE.com will not be updated for some time, meanwhile visit cbse.nic.in or cbseacademic.com
bullet CBSE > > Cbse In Usa


CBSE in United States of America

I am sure that the CBSE-i is capable of establishing any great standards of curriculum at any parts of the world, this might also get extended to USA in the future! The CBSE has planned its international standard accomplishments in about 25 foreign countries in the world. This is in fact a big achievement for the Indian education, as this would throw light on the Indian education standards at international level. All these plans have been made for the first phase of the project (as described by the CBSE in its website) and would definitely think about the extension of the board to other countries in the second phase. As of now, i.e. the first phase, it has planned to accomplish its international level curriculum, which is also named as the CBSE-international in the some of the schools in the countries, like, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Qatar, etc… The CBSE International (CBSEi) is competing with the international institutions, like, IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education), and IB (International Baccalaureate), whereas the IGCSE is recognized as an international education system for the age group of 14 to 16 years and it is developed and organized by the University of Cambridge International Examinations and the IB is the international education foundation, which is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and it offers education system focusing the age group of 3 to 19 years. Hence, it is clear that the competitors’ standard is quite high and they have well established themselves, long time ago. Here, the CBSE-i has to be appreciated for having competing with the giant leaders in the international education system. Hence, the extension opportunities/chances are also very evident for CBSE-i, as it has planned for the extension programs in the second phase. Now the Oman and other middle-east countries have joined hand and in the future, the schools in USA, UK, and many more foreign countries might join hands with CBSE-i. Delhi Chat