Delhi Public School, Patna

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Delhi Public School, Patna
Dpspatna.jpg
Front View of DPS, Patna (Senior Wing)
Service Before Self
Location
Patna
Bihar
Information
Type Public, co-educational
Established 1998
Principal Mr. B. Vinod
Classes Nursery - XII
Color(s) White
Affiliation CBSE
Website

Delhi Public School, Patna (or DPS Patna) (Hindi: दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, पटना) is a school in Patna, Bihar, India. It was established in 1998. The school was established in collaboration between Delhi Public School Society, and the Takshila Education Society. Delhi Public School, Patna has affiliation with the Central Board of Secondary Education, based in New Delhi. The motto of the school is Service Before Self.

Location[edit]

The school has 2 buildings in the city, one in Priyadarshi Nagar, Bailey Road and the other in Danapur Cantonment

for the classes Nursery-Class 5 (Junior Wing) and the other for Class 6-Class 12 (Senior Wing). Earlier it had a Pre-primary wing for nursery-prep, but now the building has been given to Advantage Media Academy. The Junior wing building is on the Bailey Road in Patna and its senior wing building is situated on the outskirts of Patna, in village Chandmari of a satellite town called Danapur.

Cultural Events[edit]

The school often hosts many cultural events under another organisation called "Spic Macay", these include the National School Intensive in December 2010, [1] and "Ninad" in October 2011.[2]

Notable Alumni[edit]

Siddhant Vats - Co-Founder & C.M.O of Androidly ( World's first full featured android watch)

Games and Sports[edit]

Delhi Public School has many provisions for sports and games. It has a half Olympic-size swimming pool, a badminton arena, a tennis court and other integrated sports complexes. The school hosts two Inter-school sports competitions for Patna's schools. These are "Kick-Off" (Football Tournament) and "Slam-Dunk" (Basketball Tournament).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Times Of India (December 29, 2010). "National School Intensive". The Times Of India. Retrieved April 7, 2012. 
  2. ^ Times Of India (October 23, 2011). "Ninad". The Times Of India. Retrieved April 7, 2012.