CBSE offers International Curriculum to 50 Indian schools

The Association of Indian Universities has approved the curriculum as equivalent to the present curriculum offered by the Central Board of Secondary Education. CBSE will offer its international curriculum (CBSE-i) to 50 Indian schools from the 2012-13 academic session reported the Times of India.

The international curriculum was launched in 2010-11 across 26 schools in classes I and IX in the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and other Gulf countries to provide a less expensive and quality-oriented alternative to foreign boards like International Baccalaureate (IB) and International General Certificate of Secondary Education. In 2011-12, the curriculum was extended to Classes II, VI and X, and this year, it will be extended to Classes II, VII and XI.

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