International Schools in India - India Schools

Pakistan Schools
International School of Islamabad
Lahore American School
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American Embassy School
American International School of Bombay
Azad Education Centre
Bangalore International School
Bharat National Public School
British School of New Delhi
The British School at Panchkula
Canadian School, Bangalore
American International School, Chennai
British International School of Chennai
Delhi Public School, Pinjore
Dhirubhai Ambani International School
Ecole Mondial World School
Gaia Pre-School and Daycare Centre
Good Shepherd International School
Hebron School

India International School, Jaipur
International School, Bangalore
International School, Hyderabad
Kainat International School
Kara Preschool and Daycare Centres
Kodaikanal International School
Mallya Aditi International School
Mastery International School, Bangalore
Mercedes-Benz International School

Oakridge International School
Prayag Montessori School
Pathways World School
Primus Public School
Sangford Schools (Nursery and Primary)
SelaQui World School
Shanti Niketan Vidyapeeth
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English Language Schools




This is the online directory with the main international schools in India that offer an Education in English. The programmes vary from the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) programme, which includes PYP, MYP and Diploma to the British GCSE and GCE examination systems. All schools are required to satisfy the requirements of the Indian national system.

English is the preferred language of elite education. Education for the elite has been a tradition in India since the beginnings of its civilization. Great Buddhist universities at Nalanda and Taxila were famous far beyond India’s borders. Withholding education from the nonelite, including women, has also been a tradition. The lowest caste members, including the Harijans and non-Hindu tribal groups, were denied the right even to hear the Vedas, sacred Hindu texts, recited.

State governments control their own school systems, with some assistance from the central government. The Indian education system is based on 12 years of schooling, which generally begins at age 6 and includes 5 years of primary school, 3 years of middle school, 2 years of secondary school, and 2 years of higher secondary school.

Completion of higher secondary education is required for entry to institutions of higher education, which include universities and institutes of technology. While most students enroll in government schools, the number of private institutions such as international schools in India is increasing at all educational levels. Indians have a right to establish institutions to provide education in their native language and with a religious or cultural emphasis, although the schools must conform to state regulation of teaching standards. Students begin specializing in subjects at the level of higher secondary school. A university typically has one or more colleges of law, medicine, engineering, and commerce, and many have colleges of agriculture. Prestigious and highly selective institutes of management have been established. The educational establishment also includes a number of high-level scientific and social science institutes, as well as academies devoted to the arts.

International Baccalaureate acceptance from International Schools



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Last modified June 24, 2008