| ||» Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)|
The main function of the Archaeological Survey of India is to explore, excavate, conserve, preserve and protect the monuments and sites of National & International Importance.
| ||» Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT)|
It is vital for an individual to excel not only intellectually, but also socially,physically, and emotionally, which can only be achieved by linking education with culture, and at the same time keeping pace with rapidly changing technology. For education to be effective and result-oriented, it has to be culture based, and it must take into account the cognitive, emotional and spiritual needs of the student.
| ||» Indian Museum, Kolkata|
The ninth oldest regular museum of the world, INDIAN MUSEUM, Kolkata, INDIA is the oldest institution of its kind in Asia Pacific region and repository of the largest museum objects in India.
| ||» Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts|
The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, established in memory of Smt. Indira Gandhi, is visualised as a centre encompassing the study and experience of all the arts -- each form with its own integrity, yet within a dimension of mutual interdependence, interrelated with nature, social structure and cosmology.
| ||» Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies|
The objectives of the Institute is to promote the study of Modern and Contemporary Asia with primary focus on social and cultural movements and India's relations with the neighbouring Asian countries.
| ||» National Archives of India |
The National Archives of India is the repository of the non-current records of the Government of India and is holding them in trust for the use of administrators and scholars. It is an Attached Office of the Department of Culture under Ministry of Tourism & Culture. It was set up in March 1891 in Calcutta (Kolkata) as the Imperial Record Department and subsequent to the transfer of the National Capital from Calcutta to New Delhi in 1911 it was shifted to its present building in 1926
| ||» National Film Archive of India (NFAI)|
The mission of the National Film Archive of India is to safeguard the heritage of Indian Cinema for posterity and act as a centre for dissemination of a healthy film culture in the country. Promotion of film scholarship and research on various aspects of cinema also form part of its Charter. Familiarizing foreign audiences with Indian Cinema and to make it more visible across the globe is another declared objective of the Archive.
| ||» National Gandhi Museum, New Delhi|
The Museum was being managed under the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi (Gandhi Memorial Trust), New Delhi, in whose campus it is located, till 1965. On November 6, 1965, ‘Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya Samiti’ (GSSS; Gandhi Memorial Museum Society), Rajghat, New Delhi, was registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860, Vide Regn. No. S.2873 of 1965-66 on 26 November 1965.
| ||» National Library|
The National Library, India is the largest library in the country. It is an institution of National importance under the 'Department of Culture, Ministry of Tourism & Culture, Government of India'. The library is designated to collect, disseminate and preserve the printed material produced in the country. The library is situated on a scenic 30 acres Belvedere Estate, in Kolkata, formerly Calcutta City.
| ||» Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation(RRRLF).|
RRRLF is an autonomous organisation established and fully financed by the Department of Culture, Ministry of Tourism & Culture, Government of India. RRRLF is registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961. It is the nodal agency of the Govt. of India to support public library services and system and promote public library movement in the country.
| ||» Sangeet Natak Akademi|
The Sangeet Natak Akademi. India's national academy for music, dance and drama - is the first National Academy of the arts set-up by the Republic of India. Since its inception the Akademi has been functioning as the apex body of the performing arts in the country, preserving and promoting the vast intangible heritage of India's diverse culture expressed in the forms of music, dance and drama. In furtherance of its objectives the Akademi coordinates and collaborates with the governments and art academies of different States and Territories of the Union of India as also with major cultural institutions in the country. The Akademi also establishes and looks after institutions and projects of national importance in the field of performing arts.