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i just give 10 std maharashtra [ ssc ]board exam . can you guide me for when i start m - 45 to 47 of 68 results

There is no big procedure that one needs to adopt for changing ones board. You will have to inform the regional head office of both the boards. However this is usually done by the schools. All the official paper-work is also done by the schools. You can simply contact the schools to know about any anomaly, uncompleted work or other issues and then very easily change your board....
Changing board from CBSE to ICSE board will not help you in scoring better marks in any ways. Instead you might even find ICSE board tough.

For CBSE follows a Continues Comprehension Evaluation in which student’s performance is not only tracked academically but also on the basis of extracurricular activities i.e. it focuses on the holistic development of the child. A grading system is followed under which a student scoring very less grades will also not fail, until and unless he or she is very poor in studies and gets an F grade.

The CBSE syllabus is designed in a very scientific manner, where the syllabus has been divided into various units. It also gives the weightage of marks each unit carries. Hence it becomes easy for students to prepare themselves accordingly.

The number subjects that you will have to study in CBSE are less as compared to the other boards.

The CBSE syllabus also covers the syllabus of many competitive exams, which will help you a lot in later years.

Hence it would be suggested that if you are changing your board from CBSE to ICSE so that you can score better marks then it would be suggested that you should not do the same and continue your studies in CBSE board only.
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Yes, if you are willing to change your board then you can surely opt for CBSE. There are many advantages of studying in a CBSE board over other boards. They are as follows:

• The CBSE syllabus is presented in a more scientific manner. The entire syllabus is divided into units and every unit is allotted the number of periods required to cover it in the year and also the weightage of marks it will carry in the examination. Thus, the teacher and student can plan the study of the various segments of the syllabus accordingly. This not so in ISC.

• The examination pattern of entrance examinations (IIT-JEE, AIEEE & PMT) follows that of CBSE since CBSE conducts these examinations. ICSE has no role in this. This puts those ISC students who are interested in competitive examinations at a disadvantage as they need to reorient themselves to a different system.

• The ICSE syllabus (Class X) is very heavy compared to that of CBSE. ICSE has two papers in English, whereas CBSE has only one. ICSE has three papers in Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) whereas CBSE has only one. ICSE has two papers in Social Studies (History & Geography) whereas CBSE has only one. It becomes difficult for the student to study so many subjects together.

• Environmental Education is compulsory at the ICSE & ISC examinations whereas this is not so at the CBSE examination.

• CBSE give only grades in the examination results, thus reducing pressure on students to score marks in the exams. Number of students failing in the exam will subsequently be reduced.

• It is also a myth that ICSE is well recognized all over the world and not CBSE. Now UCAS recognizes CBSE at par with ISC .

• CBSE has in recent years been very proactive in devising new courses that are academic with a vocational slant. It is more responsive to the needs of a dynamically changing pedagogical scenario. The NCERT connection makes it a very pro-active e
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