The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the government of India’s national board of secondary education for both public and private schools. The Board was a government-instituted experiment in interstate integration and collaboration in secondary education that was established in 1929. The CBSE is associated with more than 27,000 schools in India and 240 schools in 28 other countries. The NCERT curriculum is adopted by all CBSE-affiliated institutions, particularly in grades 9 through 12.

The Indian curriculum was developed using NCERT standards and is in line with NEP 2020. The curriculum has changed, developed, and advanced over time in response to the requirements of the students. As a result, it is student-centered and skill-based.