Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) is supervised and controlled by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, a private board of school education in India. It has been drafted to provide an examination in the course of general education, in conformity with the suggestions of the New Education Policy 1986 (India), through the medium of English. The examination authorizes the suitable representation of governments accountable for schools which are affiliated to it in their respective states or territories.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations has always been at the forefront of offering education to the future of the country. The Council through their exceptional standards of educational ventures has been empowering students across the country to bestow towards a compassionate, just and pluralistic society, fostering introspective living, by generating exciting learning options, with a promise towards eminence.
The ICSE board offers relevant study matter to students for them to ace their examinations and reach the peak of success by gaining the maximum marks. Academicians research each and every topic to constitute chapters that are in-depth for the students to understand and these chapters are also included in the class 10 curriculum.
Class 10 is an important step in every student's life as it assists the students in deciding the subject of their interest. Based on the subject interest of each student and their academic performance, students can choose suitable streams in which they are comfortable. The ICSE board class 10 exam has subjects including English, Maths, Science, Social Science and Hindi and the Council has the syllabus for all. In a recent curriculum, all the chapters are covered with the number of periods and marks. By mentioning a revised syllabus, students can prepare well for exams and can lay stress on chapters that carry maximum marks.
The Indian School Certificate (ISC) Examination is overseen and managed by the Council for the Indian School Certification Examination (CISCE). The examination is only available in English medium; it is conducted for students who have already appeared and cleared two years of academics after clearing the ICSE or an equivalent Class 10 board examination. Students can pick three, four or five elective subjects under the ISC board; however, English is compulsory. It is also important to note that a student cannot sit for more than six subject exams, including English. Students also need to secure a passing grade in Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) and Community Service to be able to attend the exam.