Laxman Public School

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Laxman Public School
LPS
Location
Hauz Khas Enclave, New Delhi - 110 016
New Delhi, India India, 110016
India
Information
School type Private school Private
Motto "Be Yourself"
Founder Shri. Laxman Prasad Aggarwal
Status functioning
School number 4
Chairperson Smt. Shyama Laxman Aggrawal
Principal Surekha Agnihotri [1]
Principal =Ms Surekha Agnihotri.
Headmistress Mrs RSharma(Middle School), Mrs Geeta Khanna(Junior School)
Grades Nursery - 12
Gender Co-educational
Language English
Hours in school day 6
Campuses 1
Campus Urban
Houses 6
Song LPS to thee we raise.
Athletics "Laxmanites"
Affiliations CBSE
Website

Laxman Public School is a private school located in New Delhi, India. It was founded by Shri Laxman Prasad Aggarwal.[2]

The school enrolls children from kindergarten to high school. It is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, India. The medium of instruction at Laxman Public School is English, and two other languages from Hindi, Sanskrit, French or German are mandatory.

Overview[edit]

The school motto is "Be Yourself".

The School motto “Be Yourself’' speaks volumes about the quality of education which the school imparts and the values it stands for.

The school believes in imparting Holistic Education to the students which will lead to the development of three H’s – Head, Heart & Hand, so that they could efficiently discharge their duties to themselves, to the community and to the nation as a whole.

The School has received the International School Award (ISA) accredited by the British Council for successful integration of the international dimension activities into the School Curriculum.

To develop academic excellence, the school offers a wide syllabus with careful planning and guidance, and this has enabled the student’s independent thinking and self expression.

Group activities in the school inculcate in the students team spirit, feelings of patriotism and teach them values of sharing and caring. The ideals of quality and excellence, with emphasis on human values, commitment, discipline, help to mould the student to adopt a modern, progressive and international outlook with a secular nature.

In Laxman Public School,opportunity is given to each student to acquire the values and beliefs that will guide them throughout their life.

Subjects[edit]

The following subjects are offered in Class 11th and are continued in 12th:

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Bio-Tech
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Computer Science
  • Informatics Practice
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Fashion Studies
  • Home Science
  • Painting
  • Physical Education
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Accountancy
  • Political Science
  • History
  • Sociology
  • Psychology

Houses[edit]

Houses are named after Indian values and Hindu rituals

  •      Ekta
  •      Bhakti
  •      Chetna
  •      Dharma
  •      Aradhana
  •      Gyan

Student Council[edit]

A student government system operates at sections of Class 6th and 12th. It is called the Student Council and has 20-30 members. Its function is to collaborate with the administration to organize activities and develop the school magazine.

The Student Council is separate for each batch. Some posts like that of the Head Students and sometimes House Captains are selected on a nomination and voting system. The members participate in the formal ceremony of Oath Taking.

Co-curricular activities[edit]

  • Dance
  • Yoga
  • Vocal music (Indian and Western)
  • Needle work
  • Cooking
  • Art and craft
  • Table tennis
  • NCC
  • Gymnastics and aerobics
  • Recycling of paper
  • Computer Club
  • Volleyball
  • Instrumental music
  • Theatre
  • Doll making
  • Clay modelling
  • Skating
  • Taekwondo
  • Lawn tennis
  • Electronics
  • Batik
  • Basketball
  • Chemistry Club
  • Eco Friendly Club

Alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pandey, Geeta (17 October 2006). "Court bans nursery 'interviews'". BBC News. 
  2. ^ "Laxman Public School, Hauz Khas". The Hindu. Chennai, India. Nov 20, 2004. 

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