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IB schools in India | Compare IB with CBSE, ICSE | Syllabus of IB
Posted Date: 23-Jul-2010
Know all about IB schools in India. This article contains details of the three educational programmes of IB.
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schools in India.
What is the full form of IB? | What does IB stand for?
IB stands for International Baccalaureate.
What is IB? | Difference between IB and Other boards?
IB is an educational board, just like CBSE and ICSE. The important thing about IB is that it's an international recognized board. The international recognition of IB makes it important and unique.
How IB was formed | History of IB
International Baccalaureate (IB) was formed by International Baccalaureate Organization popularly known as IBO in short form. IBO is Geneva based and is free from any national politics. It is termed as a NGO.
Where is the head office of IB?
The headquarters of IB is in Geneva only.
Educational system of IB
The educational system of International Baccalaureate (IB) has three broad programs.
I will be explaining all these three educational programs of IB.
What does PYP stand for?
The full form of PYP is Primary Years Programme.
PYP of IB starts from Kindergarten and is limited to Class 5.
What are the subjects of PYP?
As I have already said, PYP is from KG to Class 5. Taking care of the age of students in these classes, IB has beautifully crafted the subjects, so that these do not become burden on the students.
subjects of PYP
in the IB board are:
2. Social Studies
4. Science and technology
5. Mathematics and social & physical education
Next programme of IB is MYP.
What does MYP stand for? | Full form of MYP
In IB, MYP stands for Middle Years Programme. MYP includes classes from Class 6 to Class 10.
total number of subjects for MYP
is 8. These are:
1. First language
2. Second language
3. History and Geography
4. Science and Technology
Last educational group is DP.
Full form of DP
DP stands for Diploma Programme.
What are the subject groups of DP?
IB offers large options to Diploma Programme.
According to IB, there are six subject groups.
The six subjects groups of IB are listed below.
1. First language
2. Second language
3. Individuals and societies
5. Mathematics and computer science
Advantages of IB over CBSE, ICSE and State boards
Is IB better than CBSE and ICSE?
Boards in India like CBSE and ICSE are always theory orientated. Students of these boards read from books, memorize the answers and get good marks.
On the other hand, IB board is very versatile and practical oriented. Students learn things by doing practical. Also the wide spectrum of subjects ensures that the student can make all round development.
Also teachers don't depend on books in IB schools.
Also since IB board is accepted world wide; it gives more opportunities for the student to explore.
IB schools in India
are as follows.
1. Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai
2. American Embassy School, Delhi
3. The British School, Delhi
4. Canadian International School, Bangalore
5. Good Shepherd International School, Ooty
6. Kodaikanal International School, Kodaikanal
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Guest Author: anupam 10 Nov 2013
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