What school says:
Delhi Public World School Schools are a new chain of schools under the aegis of the Delhi Public World School Foundation A Dipsites Pedagogy System initiated by Delhi Public School Alumni including luminaries like Salman Khurshid, Former External Affairs Minister, Government of India; Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Former Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission; Chintamani Rao, Former Vice Chairman, Times Broadcasting Company; Dr. Rakshanda Jalil, Historian; Sharmila Tagore, Actor, and several others.
This group spearheads a mission to achieve excellence in education through cutting edge learning tools combined with the human touch and the unique Guru-Shishya (Teacher-Pupil) bond of the DPSethos.
Delhi Public World School, NOIDA Extension is where the dream and vision of global Dipsites – the torch bearers of a dynamic and harmonious world are being created.
The promoters of the school, with years of experience of establishing and accentuating the status of Mayoor School, with a visionary Chairman, Mr. Vipin Sahni at the helm, have shaped it into an exceptional creation. Hence the best features have been assimilated that sets it head and shoulders above the other schools.
The school has a strong faculty of teachers mostly from Amity International and DPS Schools of Noida and Delhi. The infrastructure is good and its one of the most active schools on co-curricular and extra curricular activities. Some concerns have been raised on safety but school looks keen to do better. Pool, indoor playground are cushioned and emergency services have been improved. The school recently got affiliated to CBSE at a time when getting affiliation has become a more stringent process. This could be an indication of a strong foundation.
Location: HS 57, Knowledge Park 5, Noida Extension (Greater Noida West), Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Classes: Till VIII
Average class size: 20 to 25
Admission fees=20000, Development charges=10000, Security money=13000 (refundable), Annual fees=15000, Misc. charges=2000, Tution fees=5800 per month
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