The Government of India aims to expand CBSE as an International Board. The Central Educational Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan, recently introduced the proposal at the G20 summit, after which its successful consideration, the CBSE-i curriculum, has been acclaimed. Shri Shreevats Jaipuria, the chairperson of an Education Committee in the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry(PHDCCI) explained the benefits of GEC.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been recognized as a qualitative educational board in India. The board is leveraged with many successes since its formation in 1929, and the CBSE has also been serving education for Indian families living out of India since 2010.
Recently, National Education Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan was struck with an Idea to make it an International board when he met a guy in Singapore who runs a CBSE school in Japan. And this got geared up when the G20 summit accepted the vision of NEP’s Global Education Collaboration. The government has an approach to provide global cross-cultural learning for Indian students also through the CBSE-i qualitative education curriculum.
The chairperson of the Education Committee in the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry(PHDCCI), Shreevats Jaipuria, points out the economic benefits of CBSE – i. He sees that NEP also suggests education systems as emerging economies. By making CBSE -i, the board may have 240 schools across 26 countries. Earlier, it was announced to open in South Globe countries, followed by expanding worldwide. The NEP has a blueprint to transform the Education System and to frame the structure of qualitative education in the future.