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Why Is The ISC Curriculum Really Suited For Humanities?

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The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is a national level, private board of school education in India. The CISCE conducts the Indian School Certificate (ISC) examinations for Class XII. The field of humanities is all about learning the functioning of human society, systems and social relationships. Though humanities was once considered as a stream meant for under-performers, it is now gaining ground both with students and parents as an attractive stream that lends many opportunities both to pursue higher education and climb the career ladder in future.

Students interested in the field of humanities find the ISC curriculum to be more engaging and flexible as it offers varied subjects. The flexibility to choose subjects of one’s interest along with others allows the student to pick a wide range of subjects at the university that opens up a wide selection of professions at a later stage. The ISC board offers more subject options for students than CBSE that

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Differences Between CBSE And ICSE Curricula

 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) are well known self-financing school education boards in India with a different syllabus, education and exam pattern. Both the curricula lay emphasis on analytical thinking and problem solving abilities that are essential to prepare the students for university education and employment later in life.

 

 

CBSE

CBSE conducts two examinations — the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE - Class X) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE - Class XII). It is recognized by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) that manages a chain of central schools (Kendriya Vidyalaya & Jawahar Navodya Vidyalaya) spread across India. Established in the year 1962, around 16,000 schools across the country and 200 schools in 23 countries around the world are affiliated to the CBSE board.

 

ICSE

ICSE is conducted by a non-governmental educ

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Best Way To Prepare For NEET Physics

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is the annual entrance examination held for admission into MBBS and BDS courses into medical institutions across the country. It is held for 3 hours and includes 4 sections: Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Each section has 45 multiple choice questions (MCQs), 180 questions in all. A majority of the NEET aspirants find Physics to be the toughest. Follow the study techniques we have listed below; you would no longer find the theoretical concepts and numerical problems of NEET Physics to be too demanding.

 

 

Stick to NCERT textbooks

NEET Physics includes syllabus from both Class XI and XII. Make NCERT Physics textbook your major study companion. Understand the concepts clearly and train yourself to apply the concepts in solving numerical problems and MCQs. Do not skip any topics. Even in difficult topics, learn basic definitions and concepts. If at all you need to leave out any topic, do not get anxious and pick it up few da

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