Education Boards in India

Education Boards in India

Education Board in India also said that physical activity can fill the number of students who are weak in specific books. Under the Education Board in India, you can find 105 Dmd universities, 15000 colleges and 215 state universities.

A list of Some Education Boards in India

  1. Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education : (BIEAP)
  2. Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education : (BSEAP)
  3. Andhra Pradesh Open School Society : (APOSS)
  4. Andhra Pradesh Open School Society : (APOSS)
  5. Andhra Pradesh Open School Society : (APOSS)
  6. Andhra Pradesh Open School Society : (APOSS)
  7. Assam Higher Secondary Education Council : (AHSEC)
  8. Assam Sanskrit Board / Sanskrit and Pali Prakrit (Classical) Education
  9. Bihar Board of Open Schooling and Examination : (BBOSE)
  10. Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board : (BSSB)
  11. Bihar School Examination Board : (BSEB)
  12. Bihar State Madarsa Education Board : (BSMEB)
  13. Board of Higher Secondary Education Kerala (DHSE)
  14. Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi (BHSE Delhi)
  15. Board of Secondary Education Assam : (SEBA)
  16. Board of Secondary Education, Manipur (BSEM)
  17. Board of Secondary Education, Odisha (BSE Odisha)
  18. Board of Youth Education India (BYEI)
  19. Central Board of Secondary Education : (CBSE)
  20. Chhattisgarh Madarsa Board
  21. Chhattisgarh Madhyamik Shiksha Mandal (CGBSE)
  22. Chhattisgarh State Open School (CGSOS)
  23. Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)
  24. Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM)
  25. Council OF higher Secondary Education,Odisha (CHSE Odisha)
  26. Department of Pre-University Government of Karnataka (PUE)
  27. Education Recruitment Board
  28. Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE)
  29. Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board : (GSEB)
  30. Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board : (GSEB)
  31. Haryana Board Of Secondary Education (BSEH)
  32. Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE)
  33. Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE)
  34. Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC)
  35. Karnataka State Secondary Education Examination Board (KSSEB)
  36. Kerala Board of Public Examinations
  37. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE)
  38. Madhya Pradesh State Open School (MPSOS)
  39. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE)
  40. Maharshi Patanjali Sanskrit Sansthan
  41. Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE)
  42. Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE)
  43. Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE)
  44. National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)
  45. Punjab School Education Board
  46. Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE)
  47. Rajasthan State Open School (RSOS)
  48. Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
  49. Tamil Nadu Board of Higher Secondary Education (TNBHSE)
  50. Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education (TNBSE)
  51. Tamilnadu Council for Open and Distance Learning (TCODL)
  52. Telangana Board of Intermediate & Education : (BIETS)
  53. Telangana Board of Secondary Education : (BSETS)
  54. Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE)
  55. Uttar Pradesh Board of High School & Intermediate Education (UPMSP)
  56. Uttarakhand Board Of School Education (UBSE)
  57. West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education (WBBME)
  58. West Bengal Board of Primary Education
  59. West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE)
  60. West Bengal Council Of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE)
  61. West Bengal Council of Rabindra Open Schooling (TWBCROS)

Concept of Education Board

Education is usually meant to be studied in school education. To which grade has such a person received education? This question is often asked to know the educational potential of a person. In colloquial education, the meaning is ‘Learning’. That is, if we learn any knowledge then it will be treated as education.

Formally, we go ahead in class-by-classroom education in school. But even more education we learn step-by-step in our daily life for life. Every person, if we want, can get education from every event. Education is never complete If a person says that he has completed his education, then he is defying himself and misguiding the person in front. The education person starts to receive from birth and continues to take up the last breath of his life.

According to Maharishi Vedvyas- “Education is not the only truth of life, In fact, he also teaches the person to speak, walk and behave”.

Meaning of education in ancient times

In ancient times education was considered as self-knowledge and self-light. Along with the change of time, the meaning and significance of education continued to change. In ancient times, education in Greece was provided political, physical, mental, ethical and beauty. At that time the purpose of education was to produce only the strong soldier.