The Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate was formed in the year 1960. Meetings at Regional levels were held at regular interval by ASISC. In due course of time need was felt for the formation of Regional Associations.
ASISC UP came in to being as a regular society on 30th April, 2001.
The name of the Society is the ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS FOR THE INDIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS. (U.P & U.K)
To assist and guide members of the Association regarding the policies of educational authorities and in particular of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.
To coordinate, wherever necessary, the activities of members of the Association in order to foster a common policy, particularly with regards to the Indian School Certificate Examinations.
To represent members of the Association on educational bodies.
To represent the interest of the Association / to negotiate with and to enter into arrangements with any Government or Authority whether Supreme, State , District, Local Municipal, University or other public or private body as may seem conducive to the promotion or accomplishment of the objects of the Association.