The move will enable students from DBSE affiliated schools to be admitted to other boards and its certificate will be valid for admission to higher education institutions.
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“International postgraduate collaboration opens up world-class opportunities for our children. With COBSE and AIU approvals, DBSE is ready to make a difference in the assessment of education,” Sisodia said. The letter issued by the Board of Council states, “In the case of granting COBSE membership of the Delhi School Education Board, secondary and higher secondary examinations are conducted and the certificates issued by it shall be equivalent to the corresponding certificates of other board members of COBSE.” “School Education in India (COBSE) which is responsible for verifying the authenticity / accreditation of the School Education Board in India.
Earlier, the Governing Council of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), an inter-university organization representing Indian universities, approved the DBSE proposal and decided to equate the Delhi School Education Board with Delhi, CBSE and India. With other recognized boards “.
With these approvals, students who pass out of DBSE school will have universal recognition and acceptance, just like the certificates issued by CBSE and other recognized boards. Marksheets and certificates issued by DBSE will be accepted by all recognized boards and Indian universities.
Earlier this year, the Delhi government approved the formation of the DBSE at one end of the year, to move away from the root-learning-based testing system and instead create a framework for continuous assessment.
300 schools are affiliated with DBSE in the current academic year. In the next few years, all government schools in Delhi will be affiliated with DBSE which has started working in partnership with the International Bachelor’s (IB).
In addition, the city’s accredited private schools will also have the option of associating themselves with the DBSE.
Recently, the Delhi government signed an agreement in collaboration with the International Bachelor (IB), an internationally recognized board, with attendance at 5,500 schools in 159 countries.
“This collaboration will help DBSE to introduce international best practices in Delhi schools and provide its teachers with a world-class capacity building program,” Sisodia said.
The Delhi government has launched 20 Schools of Specialized Excellence (SOSE) aimed at imparting special education to students in their deep interest and qualifications.
All SOSEs are affiliated with DBSE. As a result, students who pass from these schools will be treated equally with students who pass from other recognized boards.
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