How is the IB programme different from the CBSE or the ICSE?

IBO is a non- profit organization which is not a board or does not provide a curriculum. It has four distinct programmes- Primary Years Programme, Middle years programme and the Diploma Programme along with the Career- related programme. It provides a framework with a flexibility for schools to tailor their curriculum based on the national educational benchmarks. The approach is inquiry based where students are taught the skill of finding out their own answers. Focus is more on the concepts rather than the content so that it’s relevant, significant and engaging. Whereas, CBSE and ICSE are national educational boards of India that provide a specific curriculum for every subject. Examinations are conducted in a CBSE or an ICSE set-up. However, in an IB school one has open- ended assessments in the PYP, E- exams in the MYP and Diploma exams in grade 12 that are centralised from Cardiff, Geneva.

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