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school boardCBSE, IB, CIE
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Author - Sakshi Padiyar | updated on 2021-07-07T12:26:23.000Z

CBSE School in Mumbai

The first step towards education is stepping into school. It is the school that teaches us to read, write and learn. It is not just a place; it is an emotion. Years later, when we grew up and ever talk about school or school life, it keeps us nostalgic. We make the memories that keep us alive, support our childishness alive, and give us a happy, soulful way to live life. Here we learn from books, from teachers, from friends, from seniors, juniors, and everyone around us. School is the place that lays a strong foundation for our education, value system, and friendship. School gifts us a lot of things that we realize years later.

Mumbai is a big city. It is known as the city of dreams because people from all over the country travel down to Mumbai with a plan to accomplish it. There live multiple celebrities, industrialists, and almost every people from the entertainment industry live there. The city has a very different charisma which attracts people towards. The town welcomes every person with a big heart and enshrouds within. Being such a big city with multiple dream career opportunities, students and young aspirants more step into the city. The town has good education options, and various CBSE schools provide quality education to the students here. The CBSE schools of Mumbai are some of the best schools in India.

  1. BK Birla Center of Education:
  2. DAV International School:
  3. Delhi Public School:
  4. Bal Bharti Public School:
  5. APEEJAY School
  6. Ram Ratna Vidya Mandir
  7. Orchid’s International School
  8. Rayan International School
  9. Nalanda Public School
  10. RN Podar School
  11. Rajhans Vidhyalaya
  12. Arunodaya Public School
  13. Don Bosco Sr. Sec. School
  14. VIBGYOR High School

CBSE and Mumbai

Mumbai Schools affiliated with CBSE are considered the best educational institutions within the country. CBSE is a widespread name and is well-known to almost every child in India. CBSE stands for Central Board of Secondary Education. Well, CBSE was formed formally in the year 1960 by the Ministry of Education. The standard mode of communication and education is conducted primarily through two languages, Hindi and English. It is a national-level board of education managed and controlled by the Union Govt. of India. The schools affiliated with the CBSE follow the NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) curriculum, followed by the state board. There are 28 foreign countries with 228 schools affiliated with CBSE. CBSE conducts two exams annually, the 10th boards and 12th boards. Earlier, when JEE (IIT- Joint Entrance Exam) was AIEEE (All India Entrance Exam of Engineering), it was also conducted by CBSE, which is an All-India level entrance exam for all undergraduate students willing to pursue Engineering as their professional course. But now, JEE is being conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). Today NTA conducts several other collective entrance exams such as JEE, NEET, NET, and many other central university standard entrance exams. For a student to be promoted to the next level of education, CBSE has 33% criteria to be followed; if not fulfilled by the student he/ she will be considered to fail. The CBSE also had a grading system according to which top 1/8 students from the passed students are given A1, next 1/8 students are rewarded A2, next B2, and the series goes long till D2 and a student with E is considered to fail.

During 2010-2017, when a new education system was introduced as CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) for 9th and 10th-grade students a new CCE grading scheme was made. Students were marked on a scale of 10 and a CGPA was given along with the grades. A student with 90% or more was rewarded with A1, a student with 80-90% was given A2, 70-80 with B1, and so on.