ICSE

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The full form of ICSE is ‘Indian Certificate of Secondary Education.’

ICSE was found in 1956. This board came up just for the purpose of Anglo-Indian education in India. ICSE is associated with Indian Council for School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). The headquarter of the board is in New Delhi, India. ICSE organizes 3 exams in India.

  1. ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) for 10th standard.
  2. CVE (Certificate for Vocational Education) for 12th standard.
  3. ISC (Indian School Certificate) for 12th standard.

Let’s know more about ICSE.

  • ICSE is held privately and is a non-governmental board of examination.
  • The education offered by ICSE is in English medium.
  • The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations conducts the ICSE examinations.
  • It is outlined to provide an examination in a course of general education.
  • The concepts of ICSE education includes both theoretical and practical.
  • The examination is conducted in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy 1986.
  • The medium of examination followed is English. 
  • Generally, it does not permit private candidates to appear for this examination.
  • ISCE provides education without any diversification of studies in general.
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