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How To Start A School In India


India currently holds the position of world’s fastest growing economy. The education system plays a
pivotal role in the development of this economy by improving the quality of human resource of the country.
According to EY, the modern education system in India has turned into a thriving business venture
which has lead to an increase in the private sector participation with an estimated student enrolment
of 40% in the private schools. While the enrolments at the elementary level account for approximately
35%, for the secondary level it reaches out to 50%. Most of the schools in private sector provide
education depending upon the annual student outcomes of higher education. Also, private sector schools
are more efficient in maintaining student attendance ratios and the length of the conduct of lectures.
This benefaction of access and quality has resulted in an enrolment shift towards private schools in
recent years, which has lead to a growth rate at a CAGR…

CBSE Board Explained

Introduction The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) plays the supervisory role in implementing all the norms
as per the NCERT curriculum. Although constituted in the year 1929, the board was renamed as the “Central
Board of Secondary Education” in 1952. Following extension of jurisdiction of its activities with fresh
amendments in its provisions of functioning, the board acquired absolute authority in exercising control
over the schools, which have affiliations from it. Right now, the board runs 1500 affiliated schools in India and in 24 nations all over the world. Curriculum The Board takes all the initiatives to develop curriculum keeping in view the nationwide requirements for education.
As it keeps the standards of quality as its prime objectives, it continuously carries out research and development to
keep its curriculum at par with the best in the world. The curriculum targets to provide adequate space for the holistic development of the children, both physically and

IB Board Explained

A research article on IB Explainer The International Baccalaureate (abbreviated as IB) was founded in the year 1968. Formerly, it was known as
the International Baccalaureate Organisation; abbreviated as IBO. It is an international educational institute
having its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. The IB programs are different in their stature as they take great care in nurturing the inquisitive nature of kids.
By satiating their curiosity levels, the IB programs are a crucial factor of the motivation behind the success of
any children. IB programs also rely heavily on the aspects of intercultural understanding and respect. It enables them to make
sure that the framework designed by them can operate in an efficient manner with the national curriculum of all
ages. Brief History and Current Scenario The history of International Baccalaureate or IB dates back in the mid of 1960’s. A group of teachers from the
International School of Geneva designed the International Schools Examinations Syndi…