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Brochure_DPS Sept 15 Fnl
CBSE Affiliation No.: 2131698
DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL
"Education has continued to evolve, diversify
and extend its reach since the dawn of human history.....
When a new direction has to be given to an age old process,
that moment is today....."
(under the aegis of The Delhi Public School Society, New Delhi)
Gautam Buddh Nagar
NOIDA
10 Sept. 2015
National Policy on Education
DELHI
PUBLIC SCHOOL
(under the aegis of The Delhi Public School Society, New Delhi)
Gautam Buddh Nagar
B‐1, Sector‐132, Gautam Buddh Nagar, NOIDA‐201301
Tel.: 0120‐7122031 / 0120‐7122032 / 999 999 9484 / 999 999 9686
e‐mail: [email protected]‐gbn.org / [email protected]‐gbn.org website: www.dps‐gbn.org
'Education is the manifestation of perfection already existing in man.'
— Swami Vivekananda
The Delhi Public School Society:
A legacy of trust and excellence
The Motto
"Service Before Self"
The motto of our educational institution is a
reminder to everyone that we belong to a cause
larger than ourselves. We at DPS, lay the highest
emphasis on making our students selfless human
beings above all, else for it is indeed in giving
that we receive; it is in serving others that we
find the utmost satisfaction and peace.
The Society is run by a team of dedicated and selfless
Indians and headed by eminent personalities. Delhi
Public School Society is a non profit, non proprietary
unaided society which upholds its commitment to
impart quality education.
Managed by The Delhi Public School Society (DPSS)
New Delhi, Delhi Public Schools (DPS) are India's
premier educational institutions.
The Delhi Public School Society was established in
1949. The first school, later known as DPS Mathura
Road, operated from the President's Estate at New
Delhi.
The Society has established Schools across India and
spread in various countries of the world, thus making it
one of the largest chains of schools.
Apart from our recently established DPS Gautam
Buddh Nagar, there are nearly 200 Delhi Public Schools
around the world.
Delhi Public Schools are in all major cities of India and
in countries like Indonesia, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia,
Singapore, UAE, Uganda, etc.
The Vision
Delhi Public School is committed to nurturing the
inherent potential of each child to create lifelong
learners and future global leaders capable of
ushering in a better social order.
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Mr. V. K. Shunglu
Chairman, DPS Society
Mr. Ravi V,ira Gupta, IAS (Retd.)
Chairman, DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Mr. Arvind Varma
Vice Chairman, School Managing Committee,
DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Mr. Vineet Nayyar
Pro Vice ‐ Chairperson, DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
We proudly present the DPS Gautam Buddh
Nagar to the community at NCR. The School
will bring great value to the region and will be a
shining star in the ever growing family of the
DPS institutions.
Mr. V. K. Shunglu (Retd. IAS), the Chairman of DPS
Society, is an administrator par excellence and a man
of vast experience. He served as the Comptroller and
Auditor General of India and held this prestigious
position from 1996 to 2002. During this period he
represented India at international platforms like Board
of Audit UN, International Organization of Supreme
Audit Institutions, Asian Organization of Supreme
Audit Institutions and others like International
Maritime Organization, Food and Agriculture
Organization and World Tourism Organization.
Post 2002 he has been chairing key Projects like
Narmada River Water Projects, ONGC, Action Aid,
Warehouse Coopers, Review Panel of Finances of IIMs,
Government of India and many others.
His stint in administration began in 1962 when he
served as an IAS officer from 1962 to 1996. During his
three decades of service he held the office as
Secretary, Health and Family Welfare as well as
Secretary, Industry and Company Affairs for the
Government of India.
Awards and Recognitions‐ Mr. Shunglu's dedicated
professionalism and visionary approach has been duly
recognised. He is the proud recipient of the Jorg
Kandusch Award (1998), Distinguished Achievement
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and Honorary
Fellowship Information Systems and Audit
Associations.
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After his education at Cambridge University, Mr. Ravi
Vira Gupta joined the Indian Administrative Services in
1962. During his service Mr. Gupta was associated with
various aspects relating to Cooperatives as well as
agriculture. He was Registrar of Cooperatives as well as
Managing Director of National Cooperative
Development Corperation. He was the Managing
Director of the MP Federation of Dairy Cooperatives.
He was very closely associated with the economic
reforms at the level of Additional Secretary and
Secretary in the Government of India in the Ministries
of Fertilizer, Food and Finance.
As Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, he
was associated with many committees and a particular
mention needs to be made as regards to the Reserve
Bank Committee on agriculture credit.
Mr. Gupta is actively associated with educational and
cultural organizations.
Mr. Arvind Varma began his illustrious career in 1963
as an officer of the Indian Administrative Service and
superannuated on Oct 31, 2000. His career path saw
him hold offices as Collector & District Magistrate,
Divisional Commissioner and Secretary/Principal
Secretary in the Uttar Pradesh Government's various
departments. He also served as Joint Secretary in
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Special
Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs and Secretary in
the Ministries/ Departments of Coal, Personnel, Mines
and Chemicals & Petrochemicals. After
superannuation, he had served as the Chairman of
various Committees and Task Forces set up by the
Government of India. Over the past 5 years he has
been associated with the non‐alcoholic beverage
industry.
Mr. Vineet Nayyar is the Executive Vice Chairman, Tech
Mahindra. An accomplished leader, Mr. Nayyar has led
several organizations across industries creating high
performing teams and successful businesses. He has a
rich and varied experience having worked with the
government, International Multilateral Agencies and
the Corporate Sector both Public and Private that spans
over 40 years.
Mr. Nayyar holds a Master's degree in Development
Economics from Williams College, Massachusetts and
started his career with the Indian Administrative
Service in 1961. While in the Government, he held
series of senior positions including that of a District
Magistrate, Secretary, Agriculture & Rural Develop‐
ment, Government of Haryana and Director,
Department of Economic Affairs, Government of India.
Mr. Nayyar worked with The World Bank for over 10
years in a series of senior assignments, including
successively being the Chief for the Energy,
Infrastructure and the Finance Divisions for East Asia
and Pacific.
In the Corporate sector, Mr. Nayyar was the founding
member of the state owned Gas Authority of India. In the
Private Sector, he served as the Managing Director of HCL
Corp. and as the Vice Chairman of HCL Technologies. He
was also the founder and CEO of HCL Perot Systems.
Mr. Nayyar is Director on the Boards of Great Eastern
Shipping, Kotak Life Insurance, The Mahindra United
World College of India, Mahindra Holidays and Resorts
India Ltd. and MD Tech Mahindra Foundation.
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Mr. S. K. Misra
Member, School Managing Committee
DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Dr. Deepak Nayyar
Member, School Managing Committee
DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Dr. Sudipta Ghose
Member, School Managing Committee
DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Mrs. Reva Nayyar
Member, School Managing Committee
DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Ms. Indira Kohli
Principal, DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
Mr. S. K. Misra has served as an IAS
officer and his distinguished career
as an administrator began in 1968.
He has held key administrative
positions over the past 4 decades in
the States of Madhya Pradesh,
Chhattisgarh and the Government
of India. He has held the offices of
Joint Secretary, Ministry of Defence,
Cabinet Secretariat and Additional
Secretary, Ministry of Defence. He
has served as the Chief Secretary to
Government of Chhattisgarh, the
Chairman, State Electricity
Regulatory Commission and the
Advisor to the State Finance
Commission. Presently he is the
Chairman of Tehsil and Block
Reorganization Commission of the
Chhattisgarh. He is a Queen
E l i za b e t h Fe l l o w i n O x fo r d
University, UK (1989‐90).
Deepak Nayyar (born 1946) is a
P r o fe s s o r o f E c o n o m i c s a t
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
Delhi. He has taught at the
University of Oxford, the University
of Sussex, the Indian Institute of
Management Calcutta (IIM‐C), and
the New School for Social Research,
New York. He was Vice Chancellor of
the University of Delhi from 2000 to
2005.
He served in the Indian
Administrative Service and has held
the position of Economic Adviser in
the Ministry of Commerce. Later, he
was Chief Economic Adviser to the
Government of India and Secretary
in the Ministry of Finance. He has
published more than 50 papers in
academic journals. He is the author,
co‐author or editor of 12 books on
Finance and Economy.
Dr. Sudipta Ghose, M.Sc. (Physics),
M.Ed., Ph.D. is Associate Professor
in the Department of Education,
SPM College (Delhi University). She
has been Visiting Professor in the
Department of Education in Utica
College, Utica, New York State, USA.
S h e a l s o h a s a M a ste rs i n
International Protection of Human
Rights from Utica College. Her
specializations lie in the areas of
Science Education; Cognition and
Learning; Gender; Human Rights;
and Special Education. She has
presented papers in conferences
held in London, Nicosia (Cyprus),
Thessaloniki (Greece) and at various
places in India. She has worked as
Consultant on various Government
sponsored projects related to
education. She has also delivered
talks and conducted workshops for
various schools in India. She has
publications in National and
International journals.
Mrs. Reva Nayyar is Member of the School Managing
Committee and an IAS officer of 1968 batch from
Haryana cadre. For more than three decades she has
been closely engaged in Public administration and
Human resource management at the center and state
government levels. During her stint in 2004‐06, as the
secretary to the Government of India ‐ Ministry of
Woman & Child Development she was instrumental in
the implementation of women‐children centric
legislations like the Domestic Violence Act 2005,
Commission for protection of Child Rights Act 2005
and the National Plan of Action for Children 2005. She
is presently on the boards of a number of key
organizations. She is also chairperson of Bal Sahyog,
appointed in November 2010 by Prime Minister of
India Dr. Man Mohan Singh.
Mrs. Indira Kohli is the proud recipient of Dr. Sarvapalli
Radha Krishnan Memorial National Teacher Award.
A seasoned professional with 27 years of rich
experience in teaching, Examination Coordination and
managing School Administration, Mrs. Indira Kohli has
worked with various Delhi Public Schools.
An M.A. in Political Science and a Law Graduate, she
served as Principal (In‐charge) and Founder Head
Mistress of Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok and
Examination In‐charge in Delhi Public School, Vasant
Kunj. She has a hands‐on experience and skills in
developing curriculum to accommodate different
learning styles.
Mrs. Kohli has a rich experience of facilitating/
coaching students by using interactive discussions and
leadership approach to help students learn and apply
concepts in subjects.
She has demonstrated proficiency in developing all
aspects of a 'start up school' including facilities,
infrastructure, staffing, welfare, discipline and all
policy development and implementation. She is a
dedicated and self motivated leader with proficiency
in handling the administrative activities entailing
management, faculty appraisal/training and
upholding of the institutions motto.
She brings to the school her leadership, commitment,
mentoring, guiding and enhancing teachers/ students
skills.
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Across India: the DPS Footprint
CORE SCHOOLS:
Delhi
Mathura Road
Ram Krishan Puram
Vasant Kunj
Saket
Dwarka
Rohini
NCR
Noida
Greater Noida
Haryana
Faridabad
Maharashtra
Navi Mumbai
SATELLITE SCHOOLS:
Assam
DPS Dhaligaon
DPS Digboi
DPS Duliajan
DPS Guwahati
DPS Nazira
DPS Numaligarh
Andhra Pradesh
DPS Hyderabad
DPS Miyapur Hyderabad
DPS Sec'bad ‐ Nacharam
DPS Sec'bad ‐ Sainikpuri
DPS Vijayawada
DPS Visakhapatnam
DPS Visakhapatnam
Anandpuram
DPS Warangal
DPS Itanagar
Bihar
DPS Bhagalpur
DPS Gaya
DPS Patna
Chandigarh
DPS Chandigarh
Chhattisgarh
DPS Balco Korba
DPS Bhilai
DPS Bilaspur
DPS Durg
DPS Jagdalpur
DPS Korba
DPS Raipur
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Gujarat
DPS Ahmedabad
DPS Ahmedabad East
DPS Bharuch
DPS Gandhidham
DPS Gandhinagar
DPS Harni, Vadodara
DPS Jamnagar
DPS Mehsana
DPS Rajkot
DPS Surat
DPS Tapi Surat
DPS Vadodara
Haryana
DPS Ambala
DPS Bahadurgarh
DPS Bhiwani
DPS Greater Faridabad
DPS Gurgaon
DPS Hisar
DPS International
Sector‐50, Gurgaon
DPS Jind
DPS Kaithal
DPS Karnal
DPS Kurukshetra
DPS Mahendergarh
DPS Maruti Kunj
DPS Palwal
DPS Panipat City
DPS Panipat Refinery
DPS Pinjore
DPS Rewari
DPS Rohtak
DPS Gurgaon Sector ‐71
DPS Sector 81, Gurgaon
DPS Sec‐103, 102A Gurgaon
DPS Sikri (Ballabhgarh)
DPS Sonepat
DPS Sushant Lok, Gurgaon
DPS Yamuna Nagar
Himachal Pradesh
DPS Jhakri
DPS Manali
Jharkhand
DPS Greater Ranchi
DPS Bokaro
DPS Dhanbad
DPS Hazaribagh
DPS Jamshedpur
DPS Mouza‐ Khamarbendi,
Bokaro
DPS Ranchi
Jammu & Kashmir
DPS Anantnag
DPS Baramulla
DPS Budgam
DPS Jammu
DPS Kathua
DPS Katra
DPS Leh
DPS Nagbani
DPS Rajouri
DPS Srinagar
DPS Udhampur
Karnataka
DPS Bangalore‐ East
DPS Bangalore – North
DPS Bangalore ‐ South
DPS Electronic City,
Bangalore
DPS Mangalore
DPS Mysore
DPS Mysore Road
DPS Whitefield Bangalore
Madhya Pradesh
DPS Bhopal
DPS Chhattarpur,
Khajuraho Highway
DPS Chhindwada
DPS Gwalior
DPS Indore
DPS Jabalpur‐Nagpur Road
DPS Jabalpur ‐
Sanskardhani
DPS Kolar Road Bhopal
DPS Malanpur
DPS Nigahi
DPS Vijaipur
DPS Vindhyanagar
Maharashtra
DPS Aurangabad
DPS Nagpur
DPS Nasik
DPS Panvel
DPS Pune
Meghalaya
DPS Ri‐bhoi
Nagaland
DPS Dimapur
Orissa
DPS Damanjodi
DPS Dhenkanal, NH‐42
Byepass
Across the Globe
 FAIPS, Kuwait
 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
DPS Kalinga
DPS Nalco Nagar
DPS Rourkela
 TDIS, Indonesia
 Kampala, Uganda
 Sharjah, U.A.E.
 Tema, Ghana
Punjab
DPS Abohar
DPS Amritsar
DPS Bathinda
DPS Dhuri
DPS Ferozepur
DPS Gurdaspur
DPS Jalandhar
DPS Khanna
DPS Ludhiana
DPS Mohali
DPS Pathankot
DPS Patiala
DPS Sangrur
 MIS, Doha, Qatar
 Muscat, Oman
 Dubai, U.A.E.
 Damman, UAE
 Dharan, Nepal
 Abu Dhabi, UAE
 Birat Nagar, Nepal
 UIIS, Dubai, UAE
 NMS, Bahrain
 DPS, Tanzania,
 Singapore
 Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Uganda
 STS, Dhaka,
Bangladesh
Rajasthan
DPS Bikaner
DPS Jodhpur
DPS Kota
DPS Pali Road, Jodhpur
DPS Jaipur
DPS Udaipur
Tamil Nadu
DPS Coimbatore
DPS Uniworld City
Uttrakhand
DPS Dehradun
DPS Kashipur
DPS Ranipur, Hardwar
DPS Roorkee
Utter Pradesh
DPS Agra
DPS Aligarh
DPS Allahabad
DPS Azaad Nagar Kanpur
DPS Azad Nagar Kanpur
(icse)
DPS Bareilly
DPS Barra Kanpur South
DPS Civil Lines, Aligarh
DPS Dadri
DPS Etawah
DPS Hapur
DPS Hariharpur, Lucknow
DPS Hathras
DPS Lucknow‐indira Nagar
DPS Indirapuram
DPS Jankipuram
DPS Jhansi
DPS Kanpur ‐ Kalyanpur
DPS Kashi
DPS Lucknow ‐ Eldeco
DPS Mathura Refinery
DPS Meerut
DPS Moradabad
DPS Muzaffarnagar NH‐58
DPS Rajnagar
DPS Rajnagar Extension
(Ghaziabad)
DPS Saharanpur
DPS Sec.‐132, Expressway,
Gautambuddh Nagar
DPS Sitapur
DPS Wave City, Ghaziabad
DPS Varanasi
West Bengal
DPS Howrah (Domjur)
DPS Asansol
DPS Burdawan
DPS Durgapur
DPS Farakka
DPS Howrah (Kona
Expressway)
DPS Joka, Kolkata
DPS Kolkata ‐ Megacity
DPS Kolkata ‐ Newtown
DPS Kolkata ‐ Ruby Park
DPS North Kolkata
DPS Siliguri
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A rising star in the DPS Galaxy:
DPS Gautam Buddh Nagar
Salient Features
The curriculum design is such which encourages the
child to think out of the box and takes him away from
rote learning. Lessons are linked seamlessly to life
outside the classroom and this helps to develop the
child's critical thinking capacity and high order
thinking skills. The holistic approach to learning is
instrumental in grooming their personalities.
 Exceptional lush green environment with well‐laid‐
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“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
— Nelson Mandela
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out lawns and beautiful landscaping
A clean and hygienic environment to stimulate and
facilitate learning
Smaller student‐teacher ratio to ensure person‐
alised attention
Two teachers per class from Pre Nursery to Prep
Special Sports Facilities
Splash pool for Pre‐primary and Swimming pool for
Seniors
State‐of‐the‐art Music, Dance, Art and Craft Rooms
Audio‐Visual Hall
Seminar Room
Open Air Theater
Special Activity Center
Resource Center
Separate Libraries for Junior and Senior School
Labs for General Science and Pure Sciences
Well‐equipped Computer Labs
Transport fleet
Sculpture making classes
Multimedia and film making classes
Robotics and Astronomy Clubs
Language and Math Labs
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DPS, Gautam Buddh Nagar
A Healthy, Secure and Safe Environment
DPS GBN is an English Medium, Co‐educational, Senior Secondary School affiliated to the Central Board of
Secondary Education.
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"The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes
our life in harmony with all existence.
— Rabindranath Tagore
The Architecture
The building has a unique modern architecture. Set in
the lush green, (10 acre) plot of land in a pollution‐free
environment with an ambience, which would be
unparalleled, DPS GBN is a part of one of the largest
chains of educational institutions in the world.
The furniture is specially designed to cater to the
needs of growing children of all age groups. The
aesthetic layout of each class room makes it a beautiful
home away from home. The playground has been
developed to support various sport events and the
landscaped gardens are a beautiful sight.
The school auditorium/Multi Purpose Hall has been
planned with perfect acoustics to make every event a
memorable experience. It is also the proposed venue
for seminars, workshops and guest lectures by
eminent educationists. The computer, science and
language labs have been designed keeping in mind the
needs of young learners. Other key infrastructural
elements include swimming pool, splash pool etc.
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The Environment
The school's environment ensures the safety and
comfort of every student. The construction of class
rooms, laboratories, activity rooms and art rooms etc.
is such that students are well protected from air and
noise pollution. The carefully monitored learning
environment ensures that children develop their
analytical and problem solving skills. Special
tutorial/remedial teaching, both during and after
school hours are arranged according to the need of
each child.
The school houses an air‐conditioned, fully equipped
infirmary with a trained nurse on duty all through the
school hours. An ambulance service is also available
round the clock. We have a tie up with Jaypee Hospital
in case of emergencies.
A well qualified counsellor and special educator is
available to students, parents and teachers. The entire
school is equipped with technical systems ensuring
international safety norms.
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Clean and Hygienic Surroundings
Highest standard of hygiene and cleanliness are
maintained in the school. Safe drinking water is
provided through a large number of dispensers placed
at convenient locations all over the campus. The
school's snack bar is managed by a reputed caterer and
serves nourishing, wholesome snacks and drinks in the
most hygienic conditions.
Transport
The school owns a fleet of buses with highly trained
drivers, helpers and maids‐ running as per the
directives of the Hon'ble Supreme Court. Every bus is
equipped with a mobile phone, first aid box and fire
extinguisher. A GPS wireless system allows round the
clock tracking of the buses. In case of any delay or
mishap, a message will be flashed to the school which
informs the parents and a relief bus is sent if necessary.
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Learning by Doing
Pre-School + Preparatory
Pre‐School + Preparatory
The Pre‐Primary stage is the foundation of every
child's basic education. At this stage, the child is
introduced to the basic skills of learning through the
Play‐Way method. The subjects taught will be English
and Number Work. Hindi is introduced in the
Kindergarten section. Environment awareness will be
g i v e n t h ro u g h d i s c u s s i o n , p ro j e c t w o r k ,
demonstrations and excursions. A lot of emphasis is
given on the Creative Arts and Physical Education.
They will be introduced to a unique, 21st century, fully
computerized Multi‐Media Edutainment Centre.
Pre‐School section is the hub of activities with specially
designed Activity Rooms. The activity room is stocked
with Educational Play Systems, Toys and Games that
help the little children to enhance their cognitive,
problem solving, motor and muscular skills. There is a
Performing Arts Room with a mini stage to train
students for public performance & develop confidence
before an audience thus getting over stage hesitation.
It is also used for training and celebrating all festivals
with interactive tableaux. The school lays great stress
on inculcating in its students, the Indian cultural
heritage and tradition by celebrating all important
Indian festivals and birthdays of great leaders and
philosophers. Special Days like Mother's Day,
Friendship Day, Grandparent's Day and Smiley Day etc.
are celebrated through special assemblies.
Each classroom has two teachers and one maid. The
attached washrooms ensure complete comfort of the
little learners. The students‐ teacher ratio is a very
favourable one at 1:15. To reduce the burden of heavy
bags, pigeon holes/shelves are provided for every
student within the classroom.
Science & Technology
Science courses are introduced right from Pre‐school
itself to encourage tender minds towards the path of
discovery. As per the need of the fast paced technology
driven world today, study of Science ensures
development of a logical mind. The Senior School
Science curriculum follows a ‘learning by doing’
methodology which allows the students to appreciate
the application of scientific principles in everyday lives.
The practical teaching of concepts ensures thorough
understanding and application of these principles.
“Don't limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time.”
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— Rabindranath Tagore
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“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
A wide range of co‐curricular activities is offered to the
students to ensure their wholesome, all‐round
development. These activities are incorporated into
their academic time‐table, as per CCE guidelines
whereby they have an opportunity to learn the basics
of these skills by being exposed to them regularly.
All the activities are put into two groups as follows:
Classes I to V
 Art and Drawing
 Clay Modeling
 Computer Club
 Cricket
 Dance ‐ Indian/
Western
 Football
 Music (Vocal, Instru‐
mental & Western)
 Paper Craft
 Skating
 Taekwondo
 Karate
“There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter,
the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again”.
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— Elizabeth Lawrence
Class VI to IX
 Health & Wellness
Club
 Heritage Club
 English and Hindi
Clubs (Reading &
Dramatics)
 Maths Club
 Quiz Club
 Science Club
 Environment Club
 Computer Club
 Hand Embroidery &
Needle Work
 Calligraphy
 Gift Wrapping
 Candle Making
 Clay Modelling/
Pottery
 Sculpture Making
 Glass Painting
 Canvas Painting
 Non‐fire Cooking
 Tie & Dye
 Basketball
 Football
 Skating
 Table Tennis
 Chess
Special activity classes are conducted by professionals
as well. Shiamak Dawar dance classes, Astronomy Club
etc. are a part of the activity based learning
experiences offered in the school.
Library
The campus is equipped with broadband e‐
connectivity with Wi‐Fi for anywhere‐anytime
computer learning. All students have supervised
internet access. They are familiar with the software
packages used in modern business applications, such
as Word‐Processing, MS Power‐Point, Spreadsheets,
Databases and Presentations. Alongside the regular
library, there shall be a hi‐tech, e‐Library where
students will have access to online encyclopaedias
and reference material.
 Carrom
 Athletics
 Badminton
“Your library is your paradise......”
 Aerobics
 Taekwondo & Karate
 Cricket
 Yoga
 Art & Craft
 Dance‐
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Indian/Western
Music (Vocal,
Instrumental &
Western)
Public Speaking &
Creative Writing
Gardening
Library Management
Club
Disaster
Management Club
Personality
Development Club
Photography Club
Waste Management
Club
Robotics Club
Multimedia Club
Astronomy Club
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"Education is an all‐round drawing of the best in child and man in body, mind and spirit."
Primary Wing: Std. I to V
The child is now familiar with the school environment and is exposed to more formal ways of learning. The
subjects taught are English, Hindi, Maths, EVS, G.K. and Computers. Students of class IV & V are now introduced to
an additional language like French, German, Spanish or Sanskrit to begin with.
— Mahatma Gandhi
Classrooms are equipped with Interactive Boards
Interactive smartboards are used in DPS GBN as a
replacement for traditional whiteboards or flipcharts.
They provide ways to show students anything which
can be presented on a computer screen (educational
software, web sites etc.). In addition, interactive
whiteboards allow teachers to record their
instructions and post the material for review by
students at a later stage. This can be a very effective
instructional strategy for students who benefit from
repetition, who need to see the material presented
again, for students who are absent from school, for
struggling learners and for review of examinations.
The boards allow us to create video files to teach
software applications or as a review to be posted to the
server or web for e.g., to create interest in geography
in the students, they can be used to teach and illustrate
continents, oceans, countries or state capitals, to use
the record feature to narrate a Text, for diagramming
activities and electronic World War.
Specification: Unbreakable, Electromagnetic, 78”
Diagonal.
Connectivity: The classes are connected to internet to
access the entire world. e.g. Google search.
ERP: Connected to School ERP/Management
system.
It has an effective two way communication system like
school almanac.
State of the art learning is ensured with the use of
education software provided by leading education
content providers in the industry.
Matching global standards in environment and care for your child
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"Developing both body and mind"
Middle School: VI to VIII
The School now prepares the students to face the upcoming challenges of academics, development of an able
body and lays the foundation of a solid career. Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities, as
well as provided with world class training facilities and instructors.
Laboratories
Science Lab: The school has large, well‐equipped
laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and
General Science with advance system. Science classes
are conducted in the laboratories in a scientific
ambience.
Bio‐Technology Lab: A new state‐of‐the‐art Biotech
Lab will be added to the existing laboratories. This
modern science equipment will cater to the future
needs of our growing children.
Language Lab: A state‐of‐the‐art Language Lab will be
developed for providing greater emphasis to the
language skills of the students. This contemporary
learning tools and equipment will help enhancing their
language skills in times when language and
communication skills have a great importance.
Maths Lab: A state‐of‐the‐art, Maths lab has been
developed to make the subject more interactive.
Through this, Mathematics comes alive and learning
becomes a child's play.
Computer Labs: Computer Science is a compulsory
subject in the school and computer labs offer a lot of
scope for all children to acquire hands‐on training.
Computer education begins right from Nursery.
Computers will also be used as a means to learn other
subjects. The computer labs will also facilitate senior
students to acquire programming skills.
The school Computer lab is equipped with the
following:
 Multimedia Systems
 17” Flatron Colour Monitors
 Separate DVD‐ROM drives for each system
 Optical Mouse
 MS Internet Keyboard
 Separate headphones for each user
 Fast Internet connection round the clock
 On line UPS for system backup
 Windows XP Professional platform
 Networked environment
The school also has a wide collection of interesting and
educational CDs on a variety of subjects.
Physical Fitness
To develop an all round holistic fitness in the students,
Aerobics, Yoga too are compulsory activities. Highly
specialized Martial Arts like Taekwondo and Karate are
taught here.
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Senior Secondary School: IX-XII
Learning Infrastructure:
The School’s senior wing serves as a launch pad for
young citizens ready to step out in the world and
shoulder responsibility. As we usher the students
towards adulthood, we ensure that they are provided
a sound academic training which readies them for
college admissions, industry exposure and
professional courses.
Science Lab
 Bio‐Technology Lab
 Maths Lab
 Home Science Lab
 Computer Lab
 Physics Lab
 Chemistry Lab
 Biology Lab
Experienced Faculty: The school houses well qualified,
experienced and trained staff members who not only
teach the students, but open their minds to new ideas
and thoughts.
CCE Backed Academics: The entire curriculum is
designed as per the CCE (Continuous and Compre‐
hensive Evaluation) pattern of the CBSE. Integrated
projects and inter‐disciplinary approach allows the
students demo‐based learning experience. Students
are assessed continuously over the year via Formative
and Summative Assessments via peer‐peer, peer‐
teacher and other modes.
Career Counselling
A team of expert and trained Counsellors are available
to advise the students. They conduct Aptitude tests
and Interest tests to know the subjects of their interest
and hence guide them to choose correct streams in XI‐
XII and thus correct career. Children with special needs
are taken care of. Individual and personalised
attention is paid towards the slow learners.
International Exposure
Face to Faith: We have enrolled in the Face to Faith
Programme which is an organisation set up by Tony
Blair, Ex –PM of the UK. The programme relies on
technology like video conferencing and blogging for an
ongoing dialogue between students of same classes
spread across the globe. The underlying principle
behind this is to break down cultural and religious
differences which ultimately will result in a world
united by understanding, acceptance and compassion.
In other words we will nurture the citizens of a global
village.
International School Award Programme:
The British Council School International School Award
(ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools
as having an outstanding level of support for its
teaching practice to add international dimension in its
curriculum and to bring innovation to classroom
curriculum transaction. DPS GBN students take up ISA
projects and work parallel with students across the
globe.
“Young people must have courage to think differently, courage to invent, to travel
the unexplored path, courage to discover the impossible and to conquer the
problems and succeed.”
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‐ APJ Abdul Kalam
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"The man who has no imagination has no wings."
‐ Muhammad Ali (Boxer)
Playing to Win
Sports and related activities are an integral part of the
school curriculum. Students are encouraged to take
part in age appropriate sports activities to ensure their
holistic development. The basketball court, football
field, sports room and other infrastructural set ups are
in place to allow the budding sportsman in each child
to come forth.
Pre‐Primary Wing
The youngest learners of school are engaged in playful
exercises aimed at developing their motor and gross
skills. The little ones spend hours playing in the‐
 Sandpit area
 Swings
 Fun games
Prayer - There is immeasurable power in it.
MIddle School
The sports department nurtures young players and
trains them to perform in district, state and national
level competitions. Special morning camp is
conducted to train students in football, basketball,
table tennis and kho‐kho. During school hours the
students take part in‐
 Indoor Sports‐
— Chess
— Carrom board
— Table tennis
— Yoga
 Outdoor Sports‐
— Cricket
— Skating
— Football
— Basketball
— Kho‐Kho
We propose to start swimming, squash, lawn tennis
and volleyball in the near future.
Morning Assembly/Special Assemblies
The morning assembly is conducted by each class on a
daily rotation. These class assemblies give each
student an opportunity to participate. This develops
their oratory, public speaking skills and confidence.
Cultural shows are put up for all major festivals as well
as national days. The Annual Art Exhibition, Science
Exhibition/Week, Computer Week, Subject Weeks and
Holiday Home Work display give every student a
platform to exhibit his or her work.
The House System (School Houses)
To develop leadership and artistic skills and to provide
adequate care to the students, the School has four
houses namely Ganges, Satluj, Yamuna and Jhelum
and all students are grouped in one of them. A Captain
and a Vice‐Captain for each house are elected through
a democratic procedure. They are assisted by two
authorities in the Primary section who are nominated
by the Primary faculty members. This grouping fosters
a vertical integration in the School and gives students a
feeling of belonging and sharing. Healthy competition
and team spirit among the houses develop through
Inter‐house games, sports, debates, dramatics, music,
quizzes and other co‐curricular activities.
Morning Sports Camp
A morning sports camp is held every working day
from 6.30 am onwards in the school premises where
students from classes IV to IX are trained in sports
like‐ football, basketball and table tennis.
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“Learning gives creativity Creativity leads to thinking
Thinking provides knowledge Knowledge makes you great.”
― A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Awards and Scholarship in the true tradition of DPS
All pupils are encouraged to take part in curricular and
co‐curricular activities. Those excelling in these
activities are given due recognition through
Certificates and Rewards. Students scoring above the
given criteria, set by the School in any subject are
rewarded.
a) Scholar Badge
b) Blue Blazer
c) Blue Tie
d) Gold Medal
e) Proficiency Awards/Certificates: Proficiency
Awards/ Certificates will be awarded to students
for the following:
I) Securing the highest aggregate marks in a class.
II) Securing the highest marks in a subject in a
class.
III) 100% attendance in the academic year.
IV) Achievements in co‐curricular activities and
sports.
V) Encouragement Awards/Certificates
VI) Scholarship to 10 CGPA in class X
Our Young Achievers
The students are encouraged to take part in‐house as
well as interschool events. Facing an audience and
performing their level best helps in shaping the
students' personalities. Our students have won many
accolades at the regional, state and national levels.
Whether it is in the sports arena or the academics,
the students of DPS GBN shine bright.
Students take part in Olympiads (SOF) every year and
have won gold and silver medals for their scholastic
abilities. Nothing makes us happier than seeing our
young achievers going up the success ladder‐ one step
at a time.
“One important key to success is self‐confidence. An important key to self‐confidence is preparation.”
— Arthur Ashe
Special Hindi language Course (SHLC)/Graded Hindi
Pupils who do not have Hindi as mother tongue or
those who have not studied Hindi earlier (wards of
NRIs), are offered a 'Special Hindi' or graded Hindi
course and are gradually trained to come up to the
required level.
Workshops
Seminars and workshops are organized from time to
time, both for the students as well as teaching staff.
Children learn various skills such as pottery, waste
management, public speaking etc. Teaching faculty
keep abreast with the latest techniques and trends in
education.
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One World Many Languages
“Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom.”
“Music can change the world because it can change people.”
— Roger Bacon
— Bono
In House language assemblies are held to give a
glimpse of the nation's culture to other students as
well. The colourful presentations during Spanish,
French or German assemblies are appreciated by one
and all.
To facilitate a better understanding of the language
various student exchange programmes are also in
place.
It is said that where words fail, music speaks. At DPS
GBN we aim at honing the musical sensibilities of the
students. The Music and Dance department trains the
students in classical as well as western music and
dance forms. The Music and dance rooms have been
specially designed keeping in mind the space and
acoustics required for these classes.
The school's band “Crescendo” is a constant feature in
every school ceremony and has gathered quite a bit of
fan following in the school.
The school understands that being multilingual is an
absolute necessity in a rapidly shrinking world. The
school offers the students a chance to learn a number
of foreign languages like French, German and Spanish.
The students are given real world exposure as they
participate in interschool events as well as
national/international level competitions. In fact
some of our students have already made the school
proud and grabbed the winner's trophy in interschool
competitions.
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The Rhythmic Learning
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Young Travellers
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Serving Community Needs
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
— Saint Augustine
— Mahatma Gandhi
The students often head out for
adventure based trips under the
supervision of their teachers. The
young travellers of DPS GBN have
visited places like Mashobra,
Nainital, Dehradun, Agra, Jaipur,
Jaisalmer, Kurukshetra etc. and
have been a part of adventure
based learning experiences. Such
trips ensure that students are
equipped with life skills like
survival tricks, sharing and team
work. These life lessons are a part
of the co‐scholastic learning
process and the students are
assessed for the same.
DPS GBN understands the importance of giving back to
the community, and firmly upholds the School motto
of ‘Service Before Self’ with pride. The ventures
undertaken by the school include:
‘Vidya Kendra’ – a temple of learning for the
underprivileged children is run by the school. Shiksha
Kendras are a legacy of Delhi Public Schools as many
Schools like DPS GBN have set up centres for
providing quality education for the deprived children
across the nation.
Bal Sahyog ‐ Students are sensitised towards their
social responsibility via trips to institutions working
for the underprivileged like ‘Bal Sahyog’.
Field trips to the Hospital and Fire Department form
a part of community learning
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Location Map
DPS ‐ GBN, NOIDA — B‐1, Sector‐132, Gautam Buddh Nagar, NOIDA‐201301
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