Author: Educare India Advisory

Author: Educare India Advisory

SCHOOL EDUCATION BOARDS IN INDIA

SCHOOL EDUCATION BOARDS IN INDIA
Educare India Advisory unfold Experience Table on approachable School Education Boards in India Educare India Advisory is one of the fastest growing educational consultancy services across India. Our services comprise of complete guidance for academic support with giving valuable guidelines. Abbreviation NIOS- National Institute of Open SchoolingCBSE-Central Board of Secondary Education CISCE - Council for the Indian School Certificate ExaminationCIE- Cambridge International Education IB - International BaccalaureateOBE- Open Basic Education AISSCE - All India Senior School Certific...
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A write up by Educare India Advisory on Skill Course “Artificial Intelligence” introduction and offer for different classes by CBSE

As you all are aware that our new National Education Policy NEP 2020, offers flexibility, so that learners have the ability to choose their learning trajectories and programmes, and thereby choose their own paths in life according to their talents and interests; Department of Vocational Education' of the Board has been renamed as 'Department of Skill Education', and renaming of the Vocational Courses as Skill Courses from Academic Session 2018-2019, by notification 20 September 2018. Educare India Advisory is one of the fastest growing educational consultancy services across India. Our se...
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Health Care Course by CBSE

A write up by Educare India Advisory on “Skill based subject ‘Health Care 413’ offered by CBSE in secondary level” In view of this corona period, every parent wants and at the same time, it is the responsibility of education sector also, that we must make a sense in every child that they must be able to take care of their health themself. But the challenge for everyone is to properly explain to them the importance/precautions/remedies of their health issues. In this pandemic situation and for the future unexpected problems, it becomes very important for everyone that every child must be ab...
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Board Selection

Board Selection
Which Curriculum / Board / Syllabus Option Should I consider for the new school setup? Often, when we speak with clients there is a question generally raised by them that you being an education consulting service provider which board or curriculum do you suggest for our project of new school. Before we proceed we need to know what the various options we have are: 1. State Board: State Government Recognized Board 2. CBSE: Central Board of Secondary Education 3. ICSE: Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) 4. IB: International Baccalaureate ( commonly ...
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Steps to Start a CBSE School in India

Steps to Start a CBSE School in India
TRUST / SOCIETY SCHOOL MANAGEMENT TIME FRAME FOR STARTING SCHOOL LAND BUILDING FUTURE GROWTH FINANCIALS FEE STRUCTURE APPROVAL FROM STATE GOVERNMENT LOGISTIC SUPPORT / FACILITIES AFFILIATION CO-CURRICULAR / EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES EQUIPMENT / FURNITURE / UNIFORM EXAMINATIONS / GRADING HYGIENE / SANITATION / WATER SCHOOL COUNSELOR TEACHING AND NON-TEACHING STAFF WORKING HOURS / TIME TABLE TRUST / SOCIETY Q.1 Can an individual start a School without forming a Trust/Society? The existing norms stipulate that educational Institutions must be run as service to the comm...
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School Shiksha NEP 2020

School Shiksha NEP 2020
स्कूल शिक्षा में 10+2 खत्म, 5+3+3+4 की नई व्यवस्था लागू…..अब 4 साल में डिग्री प्रोग्राम, फिर एमए, बिना एमफिल कर सकेंगे PHD…..UGC, AICTE, HRD सब खत्म !… नयी दिल्ली 29 जुलाई 2020। मोदी सरकार ने नई शिक्षा नीति को मंजूरी दे दी है. बुधवार को कैबिनेट की बैठक में इसपर फैसला लिया गया. कैबिनेट बैठक में लिए गए फैसलों की जानकारी केंद्रीय मंत्री प्रकाश जावड़ेकर ने प्रेस कॉन्फ्रेंस में दी. उन्होंने बताया कि 34 साल बाद भारत की नई शिक्षा नीति आई है. स्कूल-कॉलेज की व्यवस्था में बड़े बदलाव किए गए हैं. केंद्र की मोदी सरकार ने नई शिक्षा नीति को मंजूरी दे दी है. इसके साथ ही मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्रालय का नाम ...
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National Education Policy 2020

National Education Policy 2020
Major Transformational Reforms in Education Sector Evolution of Education Policy University Education Commission (1948-49) Secondary Education Commission (1952-53) Education Commission (1964-66) under Dr. D.S. Kothari National Policy on Education, 1968 42nd Constitutional Amendment,1976-Education in Concurrent List National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986 NPE 1986 Modified in 1992 (Program of Action, 1992) T.S.R. Subramaniam Committee Report (27 May, 2016) Dr. K. Kasturirangan Committee Report (31 May, 2019) NEP 2020 : Consultation Process Online : www.MyGov.in (26.01....
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Highlights of New Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020)

Highlights of New Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020)
New Education Policy 2020 is announced 10+2 board structure is dropped New school structure will be 5+3+3+4 Upto 5 pre school, 6 to 8 Mid School, 8 to 11 High School , 12 onwards Graduation Any Degree will be 4 years 6th std onwards vocational courses available From 8th to 11 students can choose subjects All graduation course will have major and minor Example - science student can have Physics as Major and Music as minor also. Any combination he can choose All higher education will be governed by only one authority. UGC AICTE will be merged. All University government, privat...
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Land requirement for CBSE affiliation

Land requirement for CBSE affiliation
When we are planning to set up a school, the first question in our mind is that how much land we will be required to set up a CBSE project. The land requirement for CBSE varies from city to city and when you go through the CBSE bye laws you will get a long list so we being your consultant let’s make it easy for you to understand the land requirement: Anywhere in India other than hilly area as marked under the byelaws of CBSE ,metropolitan cities and cities with population less than 15 lacs – 1.5 acre / 6000 sq metres (with restrictions of students) or 2 acre/8000 sq metres (with no res...
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How do I start with the process of setting up of school ?

How do I start with the process of setting up of school ?
India has made progress in increasing the attainment rate of primary education. In 2011, approximately 75% of the population, aged between 7 and 10 years, was literate. India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to its economic development, if you are thinking of opening a school then Educare India Advisory is the one stop consultant in India providing complete guidance to set up a school with its expertise team. When it comes to setting up of a school, every school has its own curriculum that is affiliated to one of the education boards. The CBSE (Cent...
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Planning to open a School ?

Planning to open a School ?
Are you planning to open a school? Educare India Advisory team is here to guide you with their expertise of working globally to set up a school. Following are some of the points that will help you understand how to open a CBSE board school in India in a nutshell: Eligibility to open a CBSE School: Any promoter who has the minimum required land of 1.5 acre anywhere in India except in any metropolitan cities and cities where population is more than 15 lacs their 1 acre of land is the minimum requirement. The land should be a diverted land not an agricultural land or any land allowed as per b...
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STEM Education now transforming into STEAM Education

STEM Education now transforming into STEAM Education
Hello reader, my main purpose of writing this blog is to explore the transformation of education system from STEM into STEAM. I, would like to give focus on emerge of STEM education system. STEM is a acronym of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The word STEM emerged in early 2000s in the United States. What was known as SMET was renamed as the acronym STEM. It all happened during one science meet when some educators were working on creating science-based curricula and they re-arranged the word SMET to STEM. India is one of the top producers of scientists and engineers. Due t...
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Why giving homework is important for students in school?

Why giving homework is important for students in school?
Introduction Homework is a vital part of a child’s education. Homework refers to tasks set by teachers requiring completion by pupils outside of school hours. Regular homework is a valuable part of the learning process as well as forming good study habits. It provides opportunities to further their understanding of work they have done in class and also enables them to develop important skills such as the ability to study and work independently. It gives students an opportunity for additional time for study to help students achieve higher standards. Benefits of homework [includeme file="enqu...
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Recruitment of good Teaching Staff/Faculties in any school is a Challenge?

Recruitment of good Teaching Staff/Faculties in any school is a Challenge?
Education is the base for every society, then training is the finishing touch for the overall grooming of an person. Nowadays the modernization of schools have started, they need qualified and trained staff with experience of handling students to groom them for standing as an individual with confidence. India is a diversified country with schools at each and every corners of the country, as cities are populated and lack of land , the school promoters are setting up institutions with all modern amenities and diversified activities in the out skirts of cities; this results in distance...
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Importance of Science Laboratory in schools

Importance of Science Laboratory in schools
Science is a universal subject that spans the branch of knowledge that examines the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment. The data is taken from source Eighth All India Education Survey Report By NCERT Out of the total 1,17,257 secondary schools in the country, 49,278 (42.03%) schools are having facility of Science laboratory. Out of 49,278 schools, having Science laboratory out of them 70.64% schools are having adequate Science laboratory. Out of 56,983 higher secondary schools with secondary stage, 33,999 (59.67%) are having Science l...
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CBSE Norms for a Library in a school

CBSE Norms for a Library in a school
School Library is one of the rooms that can be access by the all member (Staff, Teacher, student etc..) of the school. The main purpose of the school library is to create learning environment in the school. It is most common and important facility nowadays. School Library is not only a book access room, but it provides psychology support to teachers and students. It is a place where all students feel welcome and encouraged to grow and learn. Need of Library in school It play very important role to create Learning Environment in a School. It is houses of Book. It support academic of any ...
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CBSE ICSE IB AFFILIATION FAQ’s

CBSE ICSE IB AFFILIATION FAQ’s
The central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is one of the most preferred boards in India. It is the national board of the country. The CBSE syllabus is very structured, highly predictable and controlled. All national entrance examinations are conducted as per this syllabus with its influential educational policies, commits for the overall development of a students which make CBSE the favourite among students and their parents. CBSE affiliation is an important milestone for a school project. Lack of awareness and clear understanding of CBSE requisites at times is a big hurdle in the growth...
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Why Math Lab is important in any school

Why Math Lab is important in any school
We Educare India Advisory Team believe that mathematics laboratory is relatively new in the teaching and learning of mathematics. It is a practical oriented classroom or place where materials useful for the effective teaching and learning of mathematics are kept. Mathematic Lab for New School setup (As per CBSE Norms “Affiliation Bye Law”) The School should have separate provision for Mathematics Laboratory at least of the size of a regular class room. How it will helpful for the student According to Educare India Advisory experts : A Mathematics Laboratory is a place where the mathemati...
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Significance of Computer Lab in Schools

Significance of Computer Lab in Schools
We Educare India Advisory Team believe that computer education in schools plays an important role in student career development. Computer with the internet is the most powerful device that students can use to learn new skills and more advanced version of current lessons. Computer Lab for New School setup (As per CBSE Norms “Affiliation Bye Law”) Every school should have at least one adequately equipped Computer Lab with a minimum of 20 computers or computer student ratio of 1:2 and required software. Ideally 1:1 (1 computer : 1 Student) is advisable. Wherever such facility is available, e...
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Art Inclusion Leads To Joyful Classrooms

Art Inclusion Leads To Joyful Classrooms
The placement of each subject in water-tight compartments and the importance given to Mathematics and Science as a passport to better income in the future, has perhaps turned the students’ interest away from Languages, Social Science and Arts, least knowing the connection between Science and Geography, Economics and Mathematics, Language and Management, Music and Mathematics and so on. Maybe because of this compartmentalisation classrooms have become dull and inactive. “The NCERT Position Paper (National focus group on Arts, Music, Dance and Theatre), says that in the current situation our...
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Teaching is Twice as Learning

Teaching is Twice as Learning
Teaching, the noblest of all professions known to mankind, needs a special ingredient to make the profession the most satisfying, the Student. A Teacher looks for that student, for that uncut diamond to pass on his skills to the next generation and in doing so, gently lights the fire of inquiry in his ward. This fire gave the world great people in Science, Literature, Politics, and Art. Every teacher waits for this student to come into his life, just as a student looks for a teacher who can kindle the Fire within him, give strong wings to fly into the unknown realms of knowledge. The ...
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Soft Skills in Today’s World

Soft Skills in Today’s World
The phrase, ‘soft skills’ is a new entrant in our vocabulary which is gaining importance by leaps and bounds. Three decades ago, we didn’t even know what these skills were! Today, they are being actively looked for in every industry. With the changing world, our perceptions, methods and our work environment has changed considerably. Today, communication is the byword underlining any interview—college, work or business. Recruiters will most likely select a candidate with good presentation, self-confidence and creative out-of-the-box thinking than one who has topped his class in IIT or some Ivy-...
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