DPS, Haridwar

Delhi Public School, popularly known as DPS Haridwar or DPS Ranipur, Haridwar has been one of the harbingers in bringing modern education to the city of Haridwar.

The DPS Ranipur Haridwar was inaugurated in 1977 and was the first ever branch of this institution outside Delhi. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited was also instrumental in setting up the school. Of late, the school has added two new wings, the pre-primary wing and the middle wing. The addition of these wings involved substantial investment.

From the point of view of infrastructure and faculty, this school is second to none. The students are well taught in academics, sports and other co curricular activities as well, leading to the all round development of the students.

The history of Delhi Public School is a very distinguished one. It is one of the largest societies which have several institutions all over India and impart quality education since the time of independence. The administration runs the institutions as non profit ventures. Presently there are over 115 branches of this school all over India and abroad.

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Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012



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