6 years, 7 months ago AadrikaKeymaster
Hi, i going to put my boy in Lkg for this year. Before putting her Lkg i want to know the Lkg cbse,matriculation,ICSE board syllabus. Please help.
6 years, 7 months ago AaditaKeymaster
I think Lkg do not have a syllabus for any board like cbse, matriculation, ICSE. it is more like a comprehensive book for term1, term2 and term3 with all that has to be covered as far as i know. but schools do have textbooks according to their own prescription. if a school follows stream A- i think they have second language from ukg. if stream b- they have second language from 1st..
6 years, 7 months ago GauriKeymaster
A Lkg child is just entering the world of learning. School for him/her should be place of fun where s/he explores the world- and begins to use his cognitive skills – what is the role of a syllabus?? It is not exactly the IIT JEE !! Look for schools that provide a learnign based environment where your child can discover the joy of learning and knowledge!!Education in India has moved on to become more oreinted towards learning objectives rather than syllabus completion.
6 years, 7 months ago AbhidhaKeymaster
Regarding textbooks, i think you could just post the query in the schools forum maybe one of the parents whose kid goes to ukg will answer. to the best of my knowledge few schools have individual text books for all subjects. and in others it is a three book..single book having maths,english, value education, general knowledge and environmental studies.
6 years, 7 months ago KaumudiKeymaster
Thanks for enlightening about the sylablus. I have been trying to admit my son in to Abacus
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6 years, 7 months ago Chaitanya7Keymaster
The cbse board prepares the syllabus for students from Lower Kindergarten to Class 12, for schools affiliated with it. The curriculum is set by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). The board conducts India’s two nation-wide board examinations: the All India Secondary School Examination for Class 10 and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination for Class 12.
6 years, 7 months ago AmishaKeymaster
The ICSE was established by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate. Previously called the Senior Cambridge, it was adopted for Indian requirements. The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) is the examination conducted by the Council for Class 10 and the Indian School Certificate (ISC) is the examination for Class 12.
6 years, 7 months ago Prathyuksha ReddyKeymaster
syllabus oreinted schools at Lkg level. Most of them are comparable to international standards. Infact children who dont get admission in the American International SChool in Chennai are referred to Abacus montessori. As a rule of thumb, avoid cbse and matriculation schools in Chennai. Look for ICSE schools. They are qualitatively better. The ICSE board encourages experimental pedagogy.
6 years, 7 months ago AnandiKeymaster
Anglo Indian is much easier than matriculation syllabus and standard much lower. Im not updated but about 10-15 yrs ago children who couldnt cope up with matriculation were moved to anglo indian board. But again u should check current status. I havent heard of anyone put their kdis in anglo sylabus in this generation in chennai. Maybe its not competitive enough…im considering wither cbse or ICSE for my daughter.
6 years, 7 months ago Asha MithunKeymaster
cbse IS BEST AS EDUCATION IS PROPER TO THE STANDARD SIMPLE ALSO AND THIS IS NOT ONLY FOR Lkg BUT OTHER CLASS ALSO. BUT I THINK cbse board WILL BE MUCH BETTER THEN ICSE board SPECIALLY ONLY IN SCIENCE.
6 years, 7 months ago AnjalikaKeymaster
None of the schools above are syllabus oreinted schools at Lkg level. Most of them are comparable to international standards. Infact children who dont get admission in the American International SChool in Chennai are referred to Abacus montessori. As a rule of thumb, avoid cbse and matriculation schools in Chennai. Look for ICSE schools. They are qualitatively better. The ICSE board encourages experimental pedagogy.
6 years, 7 months ago Manjusha45Keymaster
I don’t think this will matter as the Tamilnadu Govt. is moving towards a Equitable syllabus. So, in the next couple of years Anglo Indian, State board and matriculation all will become one.
Equitable syllabus as envisaged by the TN state government will only cover the state board, Anglo indian and matriculation schools in Tamilnadu. cbse and ICSE schools will not come under it. The TN govt is still working on arriving at a syllabus and is in consultations with academics, educationists and organizations like NCERT. But, it is not possible to easily implement it considering several reasons:
1. If the final syllabus arrived at is either on par with cbse or even matriculation, students from State board schools will find it difficult.
2. If the final syllabus arrived at is lighter and easier than matriculation, students studying in matric and AI schools will find it less challenging
3. And I don’t think all schools have teachers who are capable of handling different levels of difficulty in syllabus.
It has to be seen how well the syllabus is drawn.
6 years, 7 months ago ShuhaniKeymaster
My DD goes to a cbse school. They don’t use the NCERT text books(Std III). My friend’s DD goes to a different cbse school and has a different set of books(also not NCERT and a different set from my child’s). You could use the NCERT books as a guideline to tell you how much a kid at that class level should know.