Delhi Public School Ghaziabad

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, affiliated to CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) New Delhi, is a top ranking educational Institution of Uttar Pradesh. It is a co-educational school, located on the highway running between Delhi and Meerut. The school comprises of around 15 acres of land and student strength of about 2700.

The school, run by the Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Society, has a membership of the NPSC (National Progressive School Conference), New Delhi. The society was setup in the year 1980. Shri Dharamvira was its first president. In 2005, the role of the president of the society went to Mr. Satish Kaura.

The school follows NCERT/CBSE curriculum. Besides standard courses, it also provides a number of elective subjects for the students to pursue. At the Senior Secondary level, following are the major courses offered by the school.
  • Maths/Entrepreneurship/Informatics Practices /Fine Arts
  • Physics
  • Business Studies
  • Economic
  • Accountancy
  • Biology / Computer Science/ Informatics Practices /Bio-Technology / Fine Arts
  • English(core/functional)
  • Chemistry
  • Maths
Shri Dharamvira laid the foundation stone of the school in 19th April, 1981. The school was affiliated to CBSE in the year 1985. During 1996-1997, the first building of the school was replaced by the current school building, known as the Junior School Complex. The school has progressing steadily since its inception and has received the ISO 9001:2000 certification from Det Norske Veritas, an international body.

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad is driven by the motto - "Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya" that drives everyone associated with the school towards achieving highest goals and standards.

NameAddressContact
Delhi Public SchoolSite No - 3, Meerut Road, Ghaziabad0120-2712236, 2711399


Last Updated on : March 25, 2016


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