Delhi Public School

The Delhi Public School is run by the Delhi Public School Society and is one of the reputed educational institute. The school stands in R.K. Puram and is accredited to the Central Board of Secondary Education, the Indian Public School Conference and the National Progressive School Conference. There are about five thousand branches of Delhi Public School spread all over India. The Central Board of Secondary Education is approved by the Department of Education, Government of NCT Delhi and the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, India.

'Service before Self' is the motto of the Delhi Public School. Mr. Ashok Chandra is the chairman of the Delhi Public School Society. The school is one among the reputed Delhi schools and is managed by eminent personalities in their respective fields. Delhi education comprises of the schools, colleges and universities. The Delhi Public School aims in providing all round development and sound moral understanding to meet the challenges of life.

Aims and Objectives of Delhi Public School

The aims and objectives followed by the school are:
  • The students are provided with the best equipments needed for development
  • The students of the Delhi Public School are educated to take care about the environment and are infused with the feeling of nationalism and communal harmony
  • To provide quality education to meet the growing demand of education at a reasonable cost
  • To achieve the zenith of cultural excellence and prepare generations to meet future challenges
The Delhi Public School is regarded as the hallmark of educational excellence besides carrying the Indian philosophy.

Last Updated on 1 March 2013



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