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CBSE International (CBSE-I) Curriculum Launched

CBSE International Curriculum

Shri Kapil Sibal, Union Minister for Human Resource Development launched the CBSE-I curriculum, at the Indian High School , today in Dubai. The CBSE-i which is being subscribed by 30 schools in 9 countries, will address global needs as well as relate to local issues and local culture. It will carry forward the basic strength of the Indian system of education. It aims to promote critical and creative thinking skills, effective communication skills, interpersonal and collaborative skills and information and media skills. There is an inbuilt flexibility as it provides a foundation and an extension curriculum in all subject areas to cater to the different pace of learners.

The objective of the Board is to introduce the curriculum in a phased manner at different levels in schools affiliated to CBSE at the international level and subsequently, if desirable, to introduce it to other affiliated schools who are able to cope with the challenges this curriculum would provide. The international curriculum has been designed keeping in view the foundations of the National Curricular Framework (NCF 2005) and the experience gathered by the Board over the last seven decades in imparting effective learning to millions of learners, many of whom are now global citizens.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri Sibal expressed the hope that the CBSE-I would grow and provide an alternative international curriculum to the students, both of the Indian diaspora and to local citizens in the countries where CBSE-I is being made available. He said that we need a globalised community of children. Shri Sibal also emphasised on the need for quality education for all children, with learning being a continuous and comprehensive process.


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  • shweta

    will the cbse-i recorganised by cbse board and the schools in india . My daughter is in grade -ix if in case she has to go back to india for higher class or higher technical education ,will she be at par with the students of cbse in india .further if u can eleborate the difference between CBSE and CBSE-i .

  • ABU ABDULLAH

    Sir,My daughter is in grade -ix by cbse Since CBSEI introduce in all gulf schools.Hereby we would like to ask you what is the diffrence in CBSE AND CBSEI,In future which is usefull for the childerns. what will the diffrence percentage in fees. Please suggest us what is the advantage to change from cbse to cbsei/ Please reply

  • Veeraiyan

    Sir, Some Indian Schools in Oman are not willing to start the CBSE-I this academic year. They told in the newspaper somany simple reasons that time is too short, no training for teachers, no of enrollments should be lesser than present enrolls, salary partiality, etc.

    Since this is futuristic vision of our Misnister and CBSE borad they have to implement this syllabus at any cost. Our Indian mentality does not approve the new things other way they don’t want to change the existing system.

  • KJOseph

    Sir,My son is in grade -VIII by cbse Since CBSEI introduce in all gulf schools.Hereby we would like to ask you what is the diffrence in CBSE AND CBSEI,In future which is usefull for the childerns. what will the diffrence percentage in fees. Please suggest us what is the advantage to change from cbse to cbsei/ Is CBSEI popular in Indian/ Kerala schools.

    Appreciate your quick reply.

  • Vaishali

    Hi, my daughter is in 5th grade and I want to know the difference between CBSE and CBSE-I? what is the exam pattern of CBSE-I and what board will there in 10th and 12 th std for ger CBSE or IB or some other? Pl reply asap.

  • Abdul Rasheed

    what is difference between CBSE “I”and CBSE ?

  • ROHIT RAJAWAT

     what is difference between CBSE “I” and IB

  • Prabir Sarkar

    Is any school pressurised any parent for addmission in CBSE-I ?