Under the aegis of The Delhi Public School Society, New Delhi
Co-educational English Medium CBSE School

Affiliation Number-2430043 & Year of Establishment : 1993


1. Every student should carry his / her almanac to school every day.
2. The school gate will close sharp at 7:55 am. Students who repeatedly reach school late will be taken to task.
3. Students are not allowed to bring vehicles (2/4 wheelers) to the school.
4. The warning bell before the classes or assembly is a sign for all to go to the assembly or to their respective class rooms. This should be done promptly and in silence. As soon as they are in their classes they should get ready with their books and notebooks for the first period.
5. Change of class rooms between periods should be done in silence and in an orderly fashion.
6. No shouting or whistling is allowed in or around the school building. Running in corridors is strictly prohibited.
7. It is strictly forbidden to throw anything at anyone.
8. Non-Sikh boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals in a proper way, No fashionable haircut is allowed. Nonconforming students will be severely dealt with.
9. Sikh boys must wear turban in Class IX and above. A patka may be worn only while playing games.
10. Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The school uniform should be worn on all working days and for all school functions. Students who are shabbily dressed or not in proper uniform will not be allowed to enter their class rooms. No graffiti should be drawn on school uniform. Tight fitting trousers are a strict no in the school.
11. Students must come to school in uniform only. This rule applies even when they come to school for any purpose other than attending classes or even after school hours.
12. Photographs of students must be in school uniform only for all purposes.
13. Care must be taken of all school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or chairs or damage any school furniture or write or draw anything on the walls or in any way damage things belonging to others. Any damage done should be reported at once to the class teacher or to the Principal.
14. Any damage done will be made good by the concerned student together with a fine imposed on him/her for such an offence. Anyone who notices something damaged should report the matter even if he or she does not know who had done it.
15. Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instruments, Mobile / Cell phone, valuable articles like expensive watches, fountain pens, transistor, calculators, camera and Jewellery items to the school, as the school will not be responsible for any articles lost or found.
16. Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not permitted.
17. Only literature which is connected with the school academics is to be brought to school.
18. Our students should observe polite manners wherever they go, they should always remember that they should greet their teachers when they meet them. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
19. Bursting crackers or splashing colours during Diwali / Holi and on other days or celebrating any day for no reason in the school premises, is strictly forbidden. Noncompliance to these instructions can result in expulsion from the school.
20. The school reserves for itself the right to terminate the students with unsatisfactory progress in studies or whose conduct is a bad percept for others.
21. Parents, guardians and visitors will not visit their wards or teachers in the class room without the permission of the Principal.
22. Students should return their report cards duly signed by their guardians within the date specified.
23. School appointees should wear their respective badges daily.
24. All students should get their nails cut regularly and should inculcate good habits of brushing their teeth, polishing shoes etc.
25. Girls should plait their hair if it is below the shoulders. Short hair should be neatly cut and pinned. Nonconforming students will be severely dealt with.
26. Senior and junior students to access toilets/lavatories and water purifiers/coolers exclusively earmarked for them.


The School Library is open to all bonafide students of the school. All classes are provided with at least one library period per week. Students have to observe the following rules 
1. Students should bring their Library Cards.
2. Each student of classes IX, X, XI and XI I can be issued two books at a time for a maximum period of 10 days. Classes II to VIII can be issued one book for 10 days.
3. Students are allowed to borrow books only on their own cards.
4. They must maintain absolute silence in the library.
5. Books other than reference books are issued for 10 days. If the books are returned late without a valid reason, the borrowing facility is withdrawn for 4 weeks and a fine of
Rs. 10/- per day will be charged for returning books after the due date.
6. Books marked, disfigured or damaged will have to be replaced or paid for by the borrower.
7. The Library has an open shelf system and students must help to maintain order and organization in the different shelves. They can take the books for reading and must keep them back at the same place after consultation and not just on any other shelves.
8. Students are not allowed to bring their personal books or belongings into the library.
9. Books issued should be returned to the Library in a good condition. Strict action will be taken against a child found damaging or defacing a book. (The borrower will have to either replace the book back or pay the price of the book.)

What is expected from DPS Students ?

1. They should take good care of their health and be robust and strong.
2. Always be friendly with others in the school and outside.
3. Avoid vulgarity in their talk and behaviour.
4. Accept whatever work is assigned to them as their Rightful share. They should face difficulties courageously.
5. Always be ready to lend a helping hand to their parents, brothers and sisters, at home, to the teachers and companions in school and also to any unattended visitor they happen to meet in the school premises.
6. Stand up when any teacher or visitor comes to talk to them.
7. Never cheat or be unfair at play.
8. Be truthful whatever be the cost.
9. Never be cruel. They should know that cruelty is the trait of a bully, while kindness is the mark as a gentleman.
10. Respect the liberty and rights of others.
11. Respect the beauty and presentability of the classroom and of the school premises and report any damage they may observe.
12. Never hesitate to say “No” when asked or tempted to do a thing which they know is wrong.
13. Instead of lamenting and grumbling over the evils of this world, they should try to contribute their share in making it a better place to live in.
14. Look upon people from all parts of the world as their brethren, irrespective of their colour or creed.
15. Not waste their time in idle gossip.
16. Take pride in wearing their school uniform.
17. Be brave and courageous and should express themselves freely but with politeness.
18. Accept their mistakes boldly, in case they commit any.


Rules Concerning Absence, Leave & Withdrawal 
1. No leave or absence is granted except on prior written application from parents only through online application system using NLP.
2. Leave may be granted to a student only on the following grounds
 (a) In case of serious illness or death of a very near-relative.
 (b) For the condolence visits, if the student is the only male member of the family and his presence is essential according to the custom.
 (c) To attend the marriage of his / her own brother / sister or brother / sister of either parent.
3. Every absence (due to sickness or otherwise) must be entered briefly in the Leave Record pages at the end of the Almanac and signed by the Parents / Guardians.
4. The parents should send the leave application (strictly according to the leave application format given at the end of the Almanac) invariably to school when the child is absent.
  However, if no information of the child’s absence is received by the Class Teacher within ten working days, he / she may send absentee card by post to the parent.
5. Students who have been sick should inform initially in writing and further should bring an application along with a Medical Certificate from their doctor on joining the school.
6. A student returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease, should produce a doctor’s certificate wherein be must be declared fit to attend classes :-
  The prescribed period of quarantine for the following diseases are as follows :-
 (a) Chicken pox - Till complete failing of the scabs.
 (b) Cholera - Till the child is completely well.
 (c) Measles - Two weeks after the rash disappears.
 (d) Mumps - Until the swelling has gone ; (about one month)
 (e) Whooping Cough - Six Weeks.
 (f) Jaundice - Six Weeks after recovery.
7. Absence without sanctioned leave or unexplained absence for twenty (20) consecutive working days will result in the student’s name being struck off the rolls.
  ** However Re-admission may be granted at the direction of the Principal only on the payment of fresh admission fee.
8. All students are expected to attend school on the opening day after each of the vacations. Those absent without sanctioned leave will be fined at the rate of Rs. 10/- per day with AB remarks. Those absent because of sickness must present a medical certificate before they may be admitted to the class.
9. It is compulsory for the students to complete 75% of their attendance in the year to make them eligible to sit for their final examinations.


1. One clear calendar month’s notice in writing or a month’s fees in lieu of such notice must be given before a pupil can be withdrawn.
2. Those who leave the school in May must in all cases pay the fees for the month of June.
3. Transfer certificates are not issued until all dues of the school are settled.
4. Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds.
 (a) Disciplinary Grounds.
 (b) Un-satisfactory progress in work.
 (c) Repeated detention in a Class.
5. A student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue his / her studies in the school.
However, where a withdrawal takes place due to the above reasons the question of charging a month’s fee in lieu of notice does not arise.


A The school Uniform is a discipline in itself and should be adhered to by all the students. The set pattern and colour should be correctly followed. All students are expected to wear the school uniform as specified. Parents are expected to ensure that their wards are in proper uniform before leaving home.
A However, any student in need of being exempted from the set pattern due to health or personal reasons can approach the Principal with his / her specific request.
A White shirt both full and half sleeve (Boys' & Girls') and blazers must have proper school monogram.
A Neck tie must have the school name printed on it. 

Boys' Summer Uniform (Classes LKG to Xll)
A Blue check shirt with half sleeves (LKG & UKG).
A White shirt with half sleeves (Classes I to XII).
A White vest should always be worn under the shirt. Blue shorts (LKG & UKG).
A White shorts (not more than 2.5 inches above knees) for classes I to VII.
A White straight regular trousers for Classes VIII - XII (no parallel, bell bottom, jeans pattern pant).
A Bottle green belt with school emblem.
A White socks with bottle green stripes.
A Plain black leather shoes with laces, medium or broad toe.
A Sports shoes (for PT/Games period only).
 PS. : Turbans if worn, should be bottle green in colour.
Boys' Winter Uniform (Classes LKG to XII)

A Bottle Green Blazer (Single Breast) with school emblem (compulsory for all).
A Grey worsted shorts (not more than 2 inches above the knees) for all students of Classes LKG to VII or Grey straight trousers (subject to weather conditions).
A Grey straight regular trousers (Classes VIII to XII)
A White full sleeved shirt (with proper collar).
A Dark green school tie.
A Bottle green belt with school emblem.
A Grey socks (grey stockings with green stripes to be worn with shorts).
A Plain black leather shoes with laces (medium toe).
A White canvas shoes (for PT/Games period only).
A Jersey, Pull over, Sweater (bottle green) plain (no patterns allowed) ‘V’ Neck (sleeves optional).
 PS. : Turbans if worn, should be bottle green in colour.
Girls' Summer Uniform (Class LKG to XII)

A Blue check shirt with half sleeves (LKG & UKG).  
A White shirt with short sleeves (Classes I to XII).
A Blue shirt (LKG & UKG).
A White divided skirt till the knees. (Classes I - XII).
A Bottle Green belt with school emblem.
A White socks with bottle green stripes.
A Plain black shoes with laces or straps (medium toe).
A White canvas shoes (for PT / Games).
 FS. : No fancy hair clips or jewellery allowed.
Girls' Winter Uniform (Classes LKG to XII)
A Bottle Green Blazer (Single Breast with buttons on the opposite side) with school emblem (bottle green) is compulsory for all.
A White full sleeved shirt (as per approved pattern).
A Grey worsted skirts (as per pattern) till the knees..
A Dark green school tie.
A Dark green belt with school emblem.
A Grey tight leggings / socks with green stripes.
A Bottle green hair band / ribbons (as per individual’s requirement).
A Black leather shoes (with laces or straps) (medium toes) White canvas shoes (for PT / Games period only).
A For all students, the proper footwear in both summer and winter is black leather shoes. No shoes of any other colour or kind nor chappals or other forms of high-heeled shoes are permissible. WHITE CANVAS SHOES TO BE WORN ON MONDAY & WEDNESDAY. House T-Shirt to be worn on every Friday and Wednesday (In case of Inter House Games Competition)
A On Birthdays, students from LKG to Class V may come in civil dress but the students from Class VI to Class XII have to come compulsorily in school uniform.
A The cut of the trouser should be straight. Fancy trousers like flares or bell bottoms or drain pipes etc. are not permitted.
A The use of the School Badges is compulsory for all.
A Girls must wear the right length of skirt. The skirt must fall on till the knees.
A As long as a student is on the School Rolls he / she must come to school in uniform.
A Photographs for academic purposes must be in School Uniform.


Blue Card : Students habitually late, careless, lack of punctuality, failure of the student to be in proper school uniform over a period, any act of misconduct or misbehaviour etc. leads to the award of a Blue Card (Jointly by Class Teacher and House Warden). Such a student will report to the Class Teacher and H.W. both in the break time each day for a Week during which the student is on Blue Card.  If the improvement / progress during the week is satistactory, the Blue Card can be discontinued. 

Red Card : Careless and untidy work in academics, unsatisfactory performances in different subjects weekly tests, and terminal examinations lead to the award of Red Card (jointly by Class Teacher and Subject Teacher) and which has to be signed by both the teachers on each day of the week during which the student is on Red Card. If the progress during the week is satisfactory, the Red Card can be discontinued.

Yellow Card : Serious offences which reflects adversely on a
students conduct e.g. breaking bounds, dis-obedience, telling lies, misbehaviour, using foul language etc. leads to the award of a Blue Card which deprives the offender of availing privileges in the school for 15 days. He / she will not be allowed to attend any programme, picnics or outings while on a Yellow Card. The award of 4 Red Cards or 2 Yellow Cards in an academic year in quick succession may lead to the expulsion of the offender from the school on disciplinary grounds. (i.e. the Child automatically loses the right to continue his / her education in this institution.)
However, for issue of any card Minus points will be given to the class and houses of such students which will account for Best Class and Best House for the session.


There are 6 houses in the School-Chenab, Ganges, Jhelum, Yamuna, Ravi and Sutlej. Every student on admission is placed in one of these Houses.
Each house is headed by one boy and one girl known as House Captains and to assist them there is a Vice House Captain (B) and a Vice House Captain (G). A member of the staff assisted by several other teachers (tutors) act as the House Warden. Points are awarded to students throughout the year for their performances in extra curricular activities, games and sports. Points are also awarded to individual students and group for their performance in the competitions for the selection of Best All-rounder and Best House.
At the end of the year, two Houses gaining the highest number of points are awarded running trophics and trophies are awarded to houses for their performance in literary, Cultural Activities.
Inter House competitions are organised in Sports, Debates, Quiz, Art and Music, Calligraphy, Dance etc.


01 . Perspective building of life skill development for (VI - VIII).
02 . Good nutrition practices for (VI-VIII).
03 . Self-esteem for (VI-VIII).
04 . Building positive relationships for (VI-VIII) & (IX-X).
05 . Developing gender sensitivity for Vlll to X.
06 . Sexual abuse: awareness, prevention & coping strategies for (VI - Vlll).
07 . RTI’s, STI’s basic facts for (VIII-X) & (XI-XII).
08 . HIV / AIDS ; basic facts, transmission & prevention. Living positively with HIV infection for (VIII-X) & (XI-XII).
09 . Substance abuse; basic facts for (VII-IX) & (X-XII).
10 . Peer pressure understanding & coping with it for (VII-IX) & (X-XII).
11 . Effective communication for (IX-XII).
12 . Enhancing decision making skills for (IX-XII).
13 . Coping with emotions & stress for IX-XII.
14 . Anger management for (IX-XII).


The School would like parents to maintain a close rapport with the teachers teaching their wards in the school. With the tight schedule, sometimes it is very difficult to meet parents every day. Parents are advised to meet the respective class teachers with prior appointment.  
It is always advisable to write to the school about the problems of your ward or for asking guidance. Your letters will be replied to after discussion with the concerned teachers.

12.30 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. on working days 


Your ward should be instructed to be careful about his/her things. There should be a name tag on blazers and sweaters. Expensive articles like transistors, calculators, mobiles etc. should not be brought to school. Students are also pohibited from wearing jewellery in the school. In case of violation of this rule the articles will be confiscated.  
The school bears no responsibility for articles lost in school.
In case of a loss, a letter, giving details of the loss may be sent to the Class Teacher.
Articles found are also to be handed over to the Teacher who will take appropriate action.


Pupils are ordinarily admitted only at the beginning of the April month. No admission is made until the student has passed a test for the essential class/subjects. No candidate will be admitted without an interview/test and his place on the waiting list will, among other things, depend on the test. A student who has attended a recognised school cannot be admitted without School Leaving Certificate from the school last attended.

FOR CLASS XI [2021-2022]

01. English
02. Physics / Accountancy
03. Chemistry / Business Studies
04. Mathematics / Hindi
05. Biology/Computer Science/Economics/Physical Education



01. The tuition fee should be paid according to the information given in the school website (
02. Fore more clarification regarding fee, parents may contact School Office / Accounts Section. [ E-mail :]
03. Schedule for depositing fee:
 (a) No late fee: From 1st to 10th day (on working days) of every month.
 (b) Late fee @ 50/- per day from the 11th day to the end of the month.
 (c) In addition to the late fee of the scheduled month, an additional amount of Rs. 1000/-up to next one month will be charged.
 (d) After 2nd month: Name will be struck off and Re-admission charges to be levied as penalty.
04. Parents have the option to deposit fees in advance either for the whole year.
05. Parents are requested to send an e-mail to the school [ E-mail :] mentioning the name of the student (s), Admn. No., Class and Section after depositing fees.
06. If the parent doesn’t apply for the refund of Caution Money within one year of withdrawing the child, it would be treated as donation to the school and no claim will be entertained afterwards.
07. Further if your ward is withdrawn within one Academic Year of his admission in the school his / her caution money stands forfeited.
08. No refund of Caution Money will be made during vacations.
09. Students who are admitted in between the session need to pay the fee from April onwards.

Our Contacts


Post - Nabarun
City - Farakka
Dist - Murshidabad
Sate - West Bengal
PIN -742246


03485-251200/251201 & 03512-227139


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