The private, non-governmental institution, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducts three types of examinations, one of which is the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), exams for class 10. The governing body for ICSE was established by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate in 1958.
The ICSE board provides examinations of general education through medium of English and the standard of examination is a course of 10 years duration, i.e. classes I to X.
In case you are seeking affiliation from the ICSE board, you can opt for either provisional or permanent affiliation as per your requirements. However, your school needs to fulfill certain conditions as per the guidelines of the council, in order to get the affiliation.
Conditions to get provisional affiliation are:
Conditions to get permanent affiliation are:
Only after the approval of the executive committee, you will be granted permanent affiliation by the chief executive.
So, these are certain conditions that the school needs to fulfill to be able to get the affiliation from the board. Affiliation not only provides quality education for your school but also defines the standard of education in India.
However, merely getting ICSE affiliation is not enough to run a school. To become the most preferred school in the society, you need to maintain the quality of education by continuously exploring the resources of teaching methods and learning environment.
We, at SHEMFORD have been successful in upgrading the education standards, not just in India but also abroad. SHEMFORD – country’s leading Senior Secondary Chain of Schools is affiliated with ICSE board. So, it is advised to go for the SHEMFORD franchise instead of opening your own school.