National Public School, Indiranagar

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National Public School, Indiranagar
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Coordinates12°58′10.5″N 77°38′48.4″E / 12.969583°N 77.646778°E / 12.969583; 77.646778Coordinates: 12°58′10.5″N 77°38′48.4″E / 12.969583°N 77.646778°E / 12.969583; 77.646778
TypePrivate school
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The National Public School, Indiranagar (NPS) is a private school located in Indiranagar, Bangalore, India. It is a sister institution of the National Public School Rajajinagar. It was started in 1982 by Dr. Gopalkrishna, chairman of the National education trust. In 2007, the school celebrated its 25th anniversary (silver jubilee). In 2016, the CBSE affiliation of the school was cancelled by the CBSE board for allegedly indulging in fraudulent activities regarding the RTI/RTE regulations.[1]. It regained its affiliated status a few days later.


National Public School Indiranagar - Main Building

The school is an English medium co-educational school which was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) till 2016,[2] government of India and follows the 10+2 educational pattern.


The school has constantly been among the top 10 schools not only in Bangalore, but in the entire country, as per media surveys. In 2012, the school was ranked 8th in India and 2nd in Bangalore.[3]

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  1. ^ "CBSE withdraws affiliation of six NPS institutions". The Hindu. 6 September 2016. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
  2. ^ "CBSE cancels affiliation of 6 Karnataka schools for forging docs to skirt RTI Act - Times of India". Retrieved 6 September 2016.
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