ACER India is a not-for-profit research organisation registered as the Australian Council for Educational Research (India). It is wholly owned by ACER Limited and operates as a member of the ACER group of companies.

ACER India undertakes commissioned educational research, professional development and capacity building programs for a range of clients in India and the South Asia region.

ACER India works closely with school systems and national agencies such as the Central Board of Secondary Education, National Council of Education Research and Training; international aid agencies and not-for profit organisations such as the World Bank, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund. ACER India has successfully delivered projects in other Asian countries including Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines and Nepal.

The team at ACER India is highly experienced in the development and delivery of large-scale research projects, and research-based products and services appropriate to regional, national and international requirements. ACER India is able to draw on ACER’s local and international capabilities to improve learning.

Research work:

Key elements of the work program undertaken or delivered by ACER in India include:

Teacher Magazine

Teacher Magazine

Teacher India, a quarterly print magazine, is a professional development community for educators across South and South East Asia, and the Middle East.

Indian Progressive Achievement Scales

Indian Progressive Achievement Scales

The Indian Progressive Achievement Scales (IPAS) support teachers to gather evidence to establish where students are in their long-term learning.

International Benchmark Tests

International Benchmark Tests

The International Benchmark Test (IBT) is an internationally administered program of assessments with tests appropriate for grades 3 to 10 in English, Mathematics and Science.