India is one of the top five countries with IB programmes. In 2010 Indian authorities recognized IB Diploma as an entry qualification for Indian Universities alongside it being a eligible to top universities worldwide. Internationally devised curriculums have strong assessments and are in demand. Students follow a broad range of 6 subjects chosen from the Arts, Sciences, Social Sciences and Languages with a core of Theory of Knowledge (or critical thinking known as TOK), Extended Essay (a 4000-word thesis on a topic of interest) and Creativity, Activity and Service (known as CAS).
An IB graduate possess attitudes and skill sets that make them stand out. They are more likely to gain entrance to top 20 universities of the world. Extended Essay writing experience develops a high level research and its informed presentation. Academic quality is strictly monitored and assessed at an international level. The primary focus is the individual under IB studies. They also become proficient in at least one other language. They are generally more self-disciplined, well-organized, mature, balanced, self-critical, can accept criticism better and have the ability to work under pressure.