Secondary Education is the second stage in the system of public education usually beginning with Class IX & X of during which education is differentiated in varying degrees according to the needs, interests and aptitudes of the pupils. Secondary Education stage is important because it represents the gateway to a successful professional life and becomes important for their future living in a society. A second facet for the importance of this stage is that it is the bridge between the general formation of the mind and personality which school education is and the higher learning specializati...
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CBSE offer Vocational Studies
The aim of education is to bring desirable changes in the behaviours of the learner. It helps in the all round development of a child’s personality and inclusion of healthy attitudes and good values. Since education changes according to the changing needs of the society, the aims of education also varies from time to time in the same society. The aims and objectives are not uniform for all stages of education. There are differences in aims and objectives of primary, secondary and higher education due to variance of age and maturity experiences, physical, mental and emotional growth of the chil...
A preschool, also known as nursery school, pre-primary school, playschool or kindergarten, is an educational establishment or learning space offering early childhood education to children before they begin compulsory education at primary school.
Most preschools will start accepting children at around age 2 ½, but that doesn't mean your child is magically ready for preschool when he reaches that age. Readiness for preschool has more to do with where your child is developmental. Readiness for preschool has more to do with where your child is developmental. Is he socially, emotionally, physica...
Q. Does the CBSE offer Vocational Studies?
A.The Central Board of Secondary Education is offering 15 Vocational Courses in different sectors at Secondary level and 40 courses at Senior Secondary level. Many of these courses are offered in collaboration with professional organizations that will enable students to excel and emerge successful in real situation of both work and life. It works towards imparting an education that is holistic, meaningful and skill oriented which instils among the youth a sense of usefulness and responsibility.
Q. Does the CBSE give training and support if a scho...