Delhi Public School, Amritsar


The Delhi Public School, Amritsar was established in the year 2003 with its first academic session starting from the 16th of April.
The objective of the school is to provide a holistic development of the child's personality by providing the child with the environment that stimulates and cultivates a creative and learning aptitude in the students of the school.

As one of the eminent schools of Amritsar, the academic program of the Delhi Public School in Amritsar incorporates instructions in all science and art subjects. The school has classes from nursery to class 12. The eminent academic institute follows the syllabus laid down by the Central Board of Secondary Education which conducts the secondary and the higher secondary examination. The school encourages the students to participate in several extra curricular activities and programs organized by the school to inculcate in the student the spirit of participation and competition. The infrastructure of the school is provided with a spacious campus that has playgrounds and play courts. Music rooms and dance floors are present in the school along with the laboratories, computer room and a well furnished library.

The Delhi Public School of Amritsar works under the endorsement and guidance of the DPS Society that has included a trained and knowledgeable faculty to instruct the students. The Delhi Public School at Amritsar is a co-educational school where boys and girls are given instructions in English. The academic curriculum and the activities of the Delhi Public School, Amritsar is designed to inspire and foster the creativity in the students.





     


     

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