New R. S. J. Public School

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New R. S. J. Public School
NRSJPS Logo vector.svg
Logo of New R. S. J. Public School
Ustapur - Mahmoodabad, Chhatnag Road
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, 211019

25°24′27″N 81°55′08″E / 25.407532°N 81.918885°E / 25.407532; 81.918885Coordinates: 25°24′27″N 81°55′08″E / 25.407532°N 81.918885°E / 25.407532; 81.918885 (School located in Chhatnag, Jhusi)

25°25′37″N 81°54′41″E / 25.426997°N 81.911375°E / 25.426997; 81.911375 (School located in Vasant Vihar, Jhusi)
School type Private
Motto Forward Ever
Established 26 March 2001 (2001-03-26)
School board CBSE
Principal Suman Jaiswal[1]
Headmaster Arun Raha
Grades Nursery–Grade 12
Number of students more than 2,500 (as of 2013)[citation needed]
Average class size 40
Language English
Hours in school day 6 hours
(8:00 am – 2:00 pm)
Campus Rural
Campus size 2.9 acres (1.2 ha)
Houses 4: red, yellow, blue, green
Colour(s) Maroon     
Song "We belong to New R. S. J. P. S."
Affiliation number 2131041[2][3]
School Code 54507
3D Sketch of front of school

New R. S. J. Public School (initialised as NRSJPS, the abbreviation standing for Recreational Study Junction), is a secular co-educational English medium private school located in Jhusi, Allahabad, India.[4]

The school runs from Class Nursery to Class Twelve. A branch at Vasant Vihar, Jhusi, Allahabad, runs from Class Nursery to Class Five. Another branch of the school is at Saidabad, Allahabad.

The school has a house system of four houses (red, yellow, blue and green),[5] which compete in events including an annual three-day sports contest.[6]


The school campus covers an area of 2.937 acres (1.189 ha).[7] The campus features a playground with an area of 9250 square meters,[7] a 800 m track, and a basketball court.[8] Trees were planted on the campus with the participation of Dainik Jagran, the Vasudha Foundation, the Allahabad Lion's Club and the Forestry Department.[9] For student safety and security, the school has a single gate entry/exit as well as modern fire detection and suppression equipment.[8]

The school has its own fleet of buses, each with a driver, conductor, mobile phone, and fire-extinguisher.[8]

The school at Chhatnag is divided into three wings: a junior school wing (Class Nursery to Class U.K.G.), a middle school wing (Class 1 to class 8), and a senior school wing (Class 9 to Class 12).[5]


The school has laboratories for computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and social studies. The library, which has separate junior and senior sections and is divided into sections by focus, has a total of 3,500 books, 300 reference books, two periodicals, and four magazines.[7] Students have access to at least 4 newspapers every day.[8] A language lab, including audiovisual materials, operates in the library.

Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards.[8] The school has a language lab in the library, art classes including dance (Indian and Western), music (Indian and Western), theater, and performing arts; a bookstore and stationery shop; and an infirmary.[8] The school also conducts medical check-ups. There are school trips, and an annual function which has included dramatic and dance performances and a model parliament.[10] Annual merit prizes are awarded to high-performing students.


School buildings and grounds[edit]


The school offers basketball, badminton, football, and cricket, and has a 200-metre athletic track. Taekwondo is taught for self-defence, and instruction in yoga is also provided.[8]


Students in Class 10 take the CBSE home examinations.[11][12]

Students of Class 11 and 12 study the following subjects:

  • PCM + English + Elective
  • PCB + English + Elective
  • Arts + English + Elective
  • Commerce + English + Elective

Following are the elective subjects:

  • Hindi
  • Computer
  • Physical Education


  1. ^ "Impressive results in city". Times of India. Times News Network. 2 June 2011. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "CBSE Affiliated Schools in UP". Retrieved 5 May 2014. 
  3. ^ Retrieved 13 August 2014.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ New R.S.J. Public School, CBSE Schools Allahabad, Public Infopath, retrieved 14 January 2014.
  5. ^ a b NRSJPS (2013). "Academic". Retrieved January 15, 2014{{inconsistent citations}} 
  6. ^ "प्रतियोगिता में बच्चों ने दिखाए दमखम", Dainik Jagran, 3 December 2011 (in Hindi)
  7. ^ a b c "New R.S.J. Public School". Retrieved January 15, 2014{{inconsistent citations}} 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g Facilities, New R. S. J. Public School Allahabad, retrieved 15 June 2014.
  9. ^ "पर्यावरण संरक्षण के लिए पौधरोपण जरुरी - डीएम ने किया न्यू आरएसजे में कार्यक्रम का शुभारम्भ", Dainik Jagran, undated (in Hindi)
  10. ^ "विद्यार्थियों ने स्कूल में लगाईं संसद - न्यू आरएसजे के वार्षिक समारोह में बच्चोंने जमकर किया धमाल", Dainik Jagran, 8 April 2009 (in Hindi)
  11. ^ "न्यू आरएसजे के छात्र छात्राओं ने दिखाई मेधा" ("Impressive Results of School"), Amar Ujala, undated (in Hindi)
  12. ^ TNN, "HC relief to CBSE student on attendance issue", The Times of India, 7 March 2011.

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