Delhi World Public Schools are a new chain of schools under the aegis of the Delhi World Foundation.

Despites a Pedagogy System initiated by Delhi Public School Alumni which includes luminaries like Salman Khurshid – Former External Affairs Minister, Government of India Chintamani Rao – Former Vice Chairman, Times Broadcasting Company CA. Rajiv Soni – President of the Dipsite Association Dr. Rakshanda Jalil, Historian, Sharmila Tagore, Actor and several others.

This group spearheads a mission to achieve excellence in education through cutting edge learning tools combined with the human touch and the unique Guru-Shishya (Teacher-Pupil) bond.

VISION

Delhi World Public Schools are committed to provide state-of-the-art education, incorporating Indian values and World culture, aiming to create global citizens as torch bearers of a dynamic and harmonious world.

In simple words we want them to be children, leading an exciting child’s life and not be forced to become premature adults! Please join us and be part of our new adventure full of wonder and care.

MISSION

Delhi World Public Schools aim to instil in each child a sense of inquisitiveness and exploration, and an urge for experimentation, observation and synthesis. We endeavour to free the learning process from the confines of the four walls of classrooms and take it further to activity workshops, resource centres, laboratories and library, teaching less for learning more.

Every child is encouraged to inculcate the values of citizenry; a commitment to good health, high values and sensitivity to the environment. We strive to guide and support each child in his journey from primary to senior school and prepare them for the journey beyond school.

OBJECTIVES

DPWS-R aims:

  • To free the child’s mind from the confinement of the four corners of his books
  • To develop inquisitiveness
  • To bring the thrills of exploration
  • To develop the scientific spirit
  • To promote the joy of serving the humanity
  • To upheld human values
  • To respect all human beings