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Delhi Public School, Mathura Road

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Delhi Public School
Address
Mathura Road, New Delhi-110003
New Delhi
India
Coordinates 28°35′49″N 77°14′33″E / 28.59694°N 77.24250°E / 28.59694; 77.24250Coordinates: 28°35′49″N 77°14′33″E / 28.59694°N 77.24250°E / 28.59694; 77.24250
Information
Type Private school
Chairman V.K Shunglu
Principal Manohar Lal
Faculty Fulltime
Area 25 acres (100,000 m2)
Colour(s) White, green, grey
Nickname "Dipsites"
Affiliations Central Board of Secondary Education
Website

Delhi Public School, Mathura Road is a private co-educational day and boarding school with 6500+ students in New Delhi, India. It is run by the Delhi Public School Society and is a member of the Indian Public School Conference. The school was founded in 1949 and was the first Delhi Public School. In 2009 the school completed its 60 years. The school's first principal was J.D Tytler in 1949. The foundation stone of the school building was laid in 1956 by S. Radhakrishnan, the then Vice President of India. MI Hussain, the former principal was the longest serving principal in the DPS Society (from 1998 to 2015).[citation needed]

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The school follows the Central Board of Secondary Education system.

In 2007 it was rated as the third 'most respected secondary school' in India in a survey conducted by the Indian Market Research Bureau (IMRB) for the Deccan Herald newspaper.[1]

School from PT ground

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