New Era Public School

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New Era Public School
H-17 Mayapuri Road
Mayapuri, Delhi, 110064
School type CBSE-affiliated
Motto Tamsoma jyotirgamaya
Established 1960
Founder R.L.Chopra and Usha Chopra
Principal Vandana Chawla
Average class size 40 students
Houses Anurag, Shradha, Kirti, Prerna, Pragati, Chetna, Jagriti, Smriti

New Era Public School, is a school in Mayapuri, New Delhi, India.[1] It was founded in 1960 by the New Era Education Society in Delhi. The project of Mr. R.L. Chopra and Mrs. Usha Chopra came into existence in 1965.

The school is an All India Senior Secondary school, affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education and recognised by the Directorate of Education.

The school came into existence in one room in the year 1960.

The school organises the annual Saraswati Memorial Quiz Festival, an event involving the participation of Delhi's top schools for 16 events over a period of 3 days. The school also holds Qriosity, a large Inter School Quiz Festival in Delhi and SYNC, an Inter School IT symposium.

The New Era Public School in New Delhi is an independently operating school and does not have any other branches.


  • Saraswati Auditorium which can seat 800 people.
  • Laboratories:
  • campus has three computer laboratories.
  • Maths lab.
  • Three labs for Physics, Chemistry and Biology practicals, and a multipurpose lab for demonstrations for classes VI to VIII.


  1. ^ "Top schools: the westside stories". 23 November 2009. 

Coordinates: 28°37′29″N 77°07′07″E / 28.6248°N 77.1186°E / 28.6248; 77.1186