Delhi Board gets approval for exams and certification


The Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE) has received approval from apex bodies for examination, certification and equivalence with other recognised boards, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced recently. The move will enable the students from DBSE affiliated schools to take admission in other boards and it’s certificate will be valid for admission in higher education institutions.

With these approvals in place, students passing out of DBSE schools will have universal recognition and acceptance, same as the certificates issued by the CBSE and other recognised Boards. The mark sheets and certificates issued by DBSE will be accepted by all the recognized Boards and Indian Universities.

In the current academic year, 30 schools are affiliated to the DBSE. In next few years, all the government
schools of Delhi will be affiliated to the DBSE which has started functioning in  partnership with International Baccalaureate (IB). Besides, the recognised private schools in the city too will have the option of affiliating themselves with the DBSE.

Recently, the Delhi Government signed an agreement of collaboration with International Baccalaureate (IB), an internationally recognised board with its presence in 5,500 schools in 159 countries. “The collaboration will help DBSE in introducing international best practices in the Delhi schools and providing a world class capacity building program to its teachers,” Sisodia said.