University of Cambridge International Examinations (www.cie.org.uk) is the world's largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for 5 - 19 year olds. More than 9000 schools in over 160 countries are part of the Cambridge learning community.
The delivery of CIE qualifications through LIS's Personalized Learning design ensures that the student is a self-learner and has the necessary skills to excel in university level courses. As a CIE registered centre we are supported by teachers and resources developed by the CIE to match the highest international standards.The Cambridge programmes are flexible and allows subject combinations that cut across conventional groupings. For example, a student can take biology, geography and economics, or mathematics, sociology and literature. The marking scheme and the design of the CIE examinations give students ample opportunity to score well in the subjects of their choice.
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CIE and Indian Universities
The IGCSE and the AS/A level qualifications are internationally recognized and accepted all over the world. In India, the Association of Indian Universities accepts the A level examinations as equivalent to the CBSE class XII examination. The University of Madras accepts 5 passes at IGCSE level in grade A, B and C with 2 or 3 ‘A’ level passes as equivalent to +2 stage qualification of an Indian board. The application-based orientation of the CIE examinations prepares a student for high performance in competitive exams for college entrance. As the University of Madras says "The University welcomes applications from students with these qualifications".
To know more about which institutions recognises CIE qualifications in India and throughout the world, visit http://recognition.cie.org.uk/
What are the benefits of Cambridge Primary?
Foundation for secondary education. Cambridge Primary aids identification of a learners' strengths and weaknesses and can be used to support learning and development. Cambridge Primary enables learners to progress seamlessly into middle years curricula, such as Cambridge Secondary 1.
External benchmark. Cambridge Primary provides teachers with an optional external benchmark to inform their teaching and easily measure learners' progress over time. It also allows detailed, structured reporting to parents.
International curriculum. Appropriate and relevant internationally, Cambridge Primary has been designed to be culturally sensitive. It includes top quality teaching and assessment resources appropriate for teaching and learning in local and international schools. The structure of Cambridge Primary encourages teachers to use their own materials, bringing in local, national and international examples.
Flexibility. Cambridge Primary complements a range of teaching methods and curricula. No part of the programme is compulsory and schools may choose the parts that best suit their situation.