This is the education website for the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. It has information about government schemes, and policy, though it is a little dense and not so easy to navigate.
The National Council for Education Research and Training was set up by the Indian Government to assist the state and central governments. Their website has information about syllabus, textbooks, publications and government initiatives in education.
The Central Board of Secondary Education is the officiating body of secondary education in India. Secondary syllabus, examinations, publications as well as information about affiliations can be found on their website. The website opens with the latest news happening in Secondary education.
this website is from the Directorate of Education in the Government of NCT Delhi. It has information about schools and syllabus in Delhi, though unfortunately many of their pages with information such as school attendance, student feedback, and current events do not open.
This website is an alternative news portal covering a range of issues, with this link taking you to education. It outlines the current issues in India’s education through relevant news stories. Contributors are generally freelance journalists. The website aims for greater depth than the mainstream mass media news coverage, so expect more analysis and opinion.
This links to the Curriculum Corporation’s page containing materials for the classroom about India.
The British Museum has developed a website for children that teaches them basic aspects of Ancient India.
This site produced in collaboration with Access Asia, the Asia Education Foundation, Australia-India council, and Curriculum Corporation has two sets of curriculum materials for primary and secondary school teachers.

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education
(The Jewel of Rajasthan, Desert Tour)
The official government website for education in Chandigarh.
(Dharamasala and the Himalayan Foothills),,
These two websites provide information about education in Karnataka. The first is light on policy, but has links to higher education institutes, for which Karantaka is well known. The second goes into greater detail about policy and statistics, and provides information about primary and secondary education.
The Tamil Nadu government website on education includes an outline of the history of education in the state, the structure, statistics and NGOs’ contribution.