The National Council of Educational Research and Training is an autonomous organization of the Government of India which was established in 1961 as a literary, scientific, and charitable Society under the Societies Registration Act. Its headquarters are located at Sri Aurbindo Marg in New Delhi.
The CBSE board exam question papers also include direct and indirect questions from NCERT books and NCERT Solutions.
|NCERT Full Form||National Council of Educational Research and Training|
|Founder||Government of India|
|Director||Dr. Hrushikesh Senapaty|
|Address||Sri Aurobindo Marg, Delhi, India|
|Contact||Ph.No: +91-11-26562188+91-11-26592360Fax: +91-11-26969419|
NCERT Exemplar Books & Solutions
|NCERT Exemplar Book||NCERT Exemplar Solutions|
|Class 6 NCERT Exemplar||Class 6 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
|Class 7 NCERT Exemplar||Class 7 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
|Class 8 NCERT Exemplar||Class 8 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
|Class 9 NCERT Exemplar||Class 9 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
|Class 10 NCERT Exemplar||Class 10 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
|Class 11 NCERT Exemplar||Class 11 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
|Class 12 NCERT Exemplar||Class 12 NCERT Exemplar Solution|
NCERT E-Books for States
Other than CBSE, many states of India also follow the NCERT books. We have listed the names of these states below. After some time, most of the states will start following the NCERT book in their schools.
- Delhi (SCERT)
- Haryana (SCERT)
- Uttar Pradesh (SCERT)
- Andhra Pradesh (SCERT)
- Karnataka (SCERT)
- Mizoram (SCERT)
- Manipur (SCERT)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The full form NCERT is the National Council of Educational Research and Training.
The full form of NCERT is The National Council of Educational Research and Training. It is an autonomous organization of the Government of India, which was established on 1 September 1961 as a literary, scientific, and charitable society under the Societies Registration Act. The books published by the NCERT are referred by the schools under CBSE, as well as some other state boards of India.
The CBSE, or Central Board of Secondary Education, is a board that is the governing body, while the NCERT, or National Council of Educational Research and Training, is the council. NCERT is also known as the publishing body or publisher. CBSE schools in India use textbooks published by the NCERT to teach students.
The e-book of NCERT can be downloaded by the students from the official website of NCERT as well from IndCareer.