The final class of school is the Higher secondary education, namely class 11 and class 12. Probably the demographics for this school is 16-18 years of age. After passing the school years one is finally declared as an adult and attains the age of casting vote, drinking and others. With the results of SSC and matriculation, one enters the next stage, that is the higher secondary class, grade 11. This is one of the toughest classes of the school years, as one has to choose subjects he/she wants to pursue and thus make career choices out of.
Class 12th results are one of the most awaited events in one’s life because one gets the admissions to further colleges and universities based on cut-offs and percentile system, according to the percentages of marks obtained. Though there are some extra entrance exams for medical, engineering, architecture or law in the country, all these processes do assign a certain weightage to the 12th results.
As the education boards of Secondary Schools are affiliated to the various optional boards and courses of study, with a variety of curriculums, there are many options of affiliation of School boards of Higher secondary education too.
Books on various genres, develop imagination and let the reader live a fantasy life or have experiences and knowledge about different eras. School provides various books, study materials, notes, magazines to cater to the demands of the budding community of readers and inculcate a habit of regular reading by choosing the best possible genres and have specified interests in the same. The more stock of books the better and thus hugely impacts the brand value and goodwill of the school.
1. Select the location of the area, one is looking to settle or to admit its kids in.
How many central boards are there in India?
Central boards of India for the classes 10th and 12th which conduct Pan India exams are,
- Three national boards
- Other State boards
- Various International boards too