AIU Gives Nod For CBSE's International Curriculum

CBSE's International Curriculum Accepted
The AIU- Association of Indian Universities has finally granted approval to the CBSE's Std 11 Board exams and ensured that students passing out can take admissions in any Bachelor's Degree Course.

 

The CBSE- Central Board Of Secondary Education had introduced an International version of its current curriculum from this academic year. The CBSE-I is mainly for those kind of students who wish to study abroad after completing the Class 12 examinations.

Its curriculum promises to provide a smooth transition for students. However, the Board has ensured that even if students decide to continue their higher studies in India, they will not face any kind of problems with the Universities regarding recognition of the CBSE-I Board exam.

This approval provided by the AIU- Association of Indian Universities was always considered a mere formality since the CBSE is a Government body functioning under the HRD Ministry.

Click here to know about CBSE International Curriculum Pattern Details.

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