The Government Plans to Expand the International Board of CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE has always been inclined to international standards and the same has given rise to CBSE-international or CBSE-i. As a result of the distinction towards the effectiveness of this internationally acclaimed syllabus, the Indian government has planned to expand the board with global collaboration.

With a commendable start in the year 2010, the CBSE-i has been spreading its roots around 240 schools in 26 countries. The major beneficiaries are Indian families residing abroad. Considering the alignment of CBSE-i with international standards, the government has now decided to expand the reach of such schools globally. Such collaborations are the need of the hour and would definitely enhance the quality of education in schools in the country. 

The CBSE-International curriculum is widely acclaimed for its ability to cater to diverse learning styles with no compromise on high academic standards. So by expanding the international board, the government aims to provide students with access to global possibilities and encourage cross-cultural learning.

This initiative is in perfect sync with the vision of the National Education Policy, positioning India as a model for educational reform in emerging nations. As this coincides with the G20 presidency India holds this year, global collaboration would open greater educational opportunities for Indian students

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