We have four kinds of schools which follow different patterns in curriculum, teaching, learning and evaluation. All the systems differ in their emphasis on various subjects and career prospects they offer. These systems of education have thier own inherent advantages and disadvantages:
1. SSC (Secondary School Certification): This is being implemented in Schools owned and recognized by State Governments and called as State Schools. All these are affiliated to Concerned Boards of Secondary Education / Higher Secondary / Intermediate Education of Government Departments.
2. CBSE / AISSCE: This is the most popular and widely accepted system of education in India. These schools are spread across India. You can find these schools in almost all the districts. Kendriya Vidyalayas are best known schools of these system. There are more than 1000 KVs in India.
3. ICSE / ISC: These schools are affiliated to Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE).
4. IB World Schools (International Baccalaureate): There are 78 IB World Schools in India. These are international schools with focus on communication and problem solving skills.