Army Public School, Delhi



Delhi Army Public School is one of the Delhi schools, which is located at Dhaula Kuan Ridge Road, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi. This educational institution was established in the year 1953 to provide quality education at an affordable cost to every ward of the service officers.

The school was started by the Maulana Azad Officer's Hostel residents and it followed the pattern of a public school. The main objective of this institution is to shape the personality of every child through emotional, spiritual, physical and intellectual growth.

The Delhi Army Public School, New Delhi is affiliated under the Central Board of Senior Secondary Education or the CBSE. There are three divisions in the school, which includes Primary division (Classes 1 to 5) Secondary division (6 to 10) and Senior Secondary division (Classes 11 to 12). The school timings are from 7.30 hrs to 13.30 hrs. A three tier examination system is followed for evaluating the performance of every student.

Some of the major events organized every year by Delhi Army Public School are Bal Diwas, Taps test, Teachers day, National inter army quiz, debate and annual function.

Delhi Army Public School is one of the leading educational institutions of New Delhi offering quality education to thousands of children every year.

Mailing Address:

Army Public School( APS)- Dhaula Kuan
Ridge Road, Dhaula Kaun,
Pin: 110010
New Delhi





Last Updated on 1 March 2013



     


     

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