CBSE And ICSE Boards of Education In India


What is CBSE?

The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) is an autonomous educational body controlled by The Government of India. It was reconstituted in 1962, and with its effective policy, it has reformed the education system in India. The CBSE board has become one of the preferred education boards in India. The board has rapidly expanded, and there are around 25 foreign countries with schools affiliated with the CBSE board.

The CBSE board affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and private schools. The Government of India has approved most of the schools. The head office of the CBSE board is located in New Delhi, and it has regional offices in different parts of the country. It has a well-structured syllabus for all classes up to the 12th standard. Recently the board has released a syllabus for LKG students. With this available LKG syllabus CBSE 2021, the students can have an idea and prepare for the examination.

Objectives of CBSE Board

  • To nurture various academic and non-academic knowledge, skills and abilities in students.
  • To update the course of instructions of examination
  • To uplift the academic standards of the country
  • To provide certificates to successful candidates of affiliated schools.
  • To complete the educational requirements of those parents they are employed in transferable jobs.

List of Subjects at CBSE Board LKG

  • Mother Language
  • Mathematics
  • English
  • General Awareness
  • Environmental Science (EVS)
  1. CBSE LKG Environmental Science Syllabus
  • Good habits and manners.
  • Project on collecting a few living and non-living things
  • Introduction to traffic rules and safety
  • Parts of the body
  1. CBSE LKG General Awareness Syllabus



About Myself


●     Myself

●     My Body Parts

●     My Family

●     My Birthday

●     My Home

●     My School




●     At home

●     On the road

●     At the Playground





People Who Help Us


●     Doctor

●     Teacher

●     Policeman

●     Postman

●     Carpenter

●     Farmer





●     Road

●     Rail

●     Air





●     Summer

●     Winter

●     Rainy




●     Wild

●     Domestic

●     Water

●     Pet


  1. CBSE LKG  English Syllabus




Pre-writing Strokes


●     Standing line

●     Sleeping line

●     Left Slanting line

●     Right Slanting line

●     Left Curve

●     Right Curve

●     UpCurve

●     Down Curve


Capital Letter (A-Z)


●     Identification

●     Writing

●     Objects related to each letter





Small Letter (a-z)


●     Identification

●     Writing

●     Objects related to each letter

●     Matching capital and small

●     Vowels and Consonants

●     Phonic Drill

●     Vowel words

●     Rhyming words to improve listening skills













●     Sound of letters

●     Objects related to letters

●     Vowels and Consonants

●     Vowel words

●     Article a/an

●     This-That & These – those

●     One- Many

●     Positions

●     Rhyming words

●     Use of Genie board, flashcards, oral interaction, written work, worksheets, storytelling and enactment.

  1. CBSE LKG Syllabus for Maths



●     Identify circles, squares and triangles.

●     Identify squares and rectangles.





Count to 3


●     Learn to count (up to 3)

●     Count dots (up to 3)

●     Count shapes (up to 3)

●     Count objects (up to 3)

●     Count on ten frames (up to 3)

●     Show numbers on ten frames (up to 3)
Represent numbers (up to 3)





Count to 5


●     Learn to count (up to 5)

●     Count dots (up to 5)

●     Count shapes (up to 5)

●     Count objects (up to 5)

●     Count on ten frames (up to 5)

●     Show numbers on ten frames (up to 5)

●     Represent numbers (up to 5)




Count to 10


●     Learn to count (up to 10)

●     Count dots (up to 10)

●     Count shapes (up to 10)

●     Count objects (up to 10)

●     Count on ten frames (up to 10)

●     Show numbers on ten frames (up to 10)

●     Represent numbers (up to 10)






●     Are there enough?

●     Compare groups (fewer or more)

●     Fewer and more – compare by counting

●     Compare in a mixed group






●     Inside and outside

●     Above and below

●     Beside and next to

●     Left and right

●     Left, middle and right

●     Top and bottom

●     Top, middle and bottom






●     Same

●     Different

●     Same and different

●     Classify shapes by colour

●     Classify and sort by colour

●     Classify and sort by shape





●     Long and short

●     Tall and short

●     Light and heavy

●     Wide and narrow



●     Coin values

●     Count 1-rupee coins

Subjects in ICSE Board Syllabus

The ICSE Board syllabus is framed its curriculum according to the regulations of the New Education Policy 1986. The ICSE syllabus is known for its comprehensive syllabus that emphasizes more on a child’s overall development. It offers a variety of subjects in three groups.

Group 1: Compulsory Subjects


Group 2: Students can select any two subjects from the following subjects


Group 3: Students can select any one subject from the following subjects


●     English

●     History

●     Civics and Geography

●     Indian Language


●     Mathematics

●     Science

●     Computer Science

●     Agriculture Science

●     Environmental Science

●     Commercial Studies

●     Technical Drawing

●     Economics

●     A Modern Foreign Language

●     A Classical Language


●     Computer Applications

●     Commercial Applications

●     Economic Applications

●     Home Science

●     Arts

●     Physical Education

●     Performing Arts

●     Yoga

●     Technical Drawing Applications

●     Cookery

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