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Educational Board
Levels Offered
Primary School
Secondary School
Senior Secondary School
Activities
Dance
Quizes / Competition
Theatre
Voice & Music
Facilities
Auditorium
Book & stationary shop
Canteen / Cafeteria
Computers
Gym
Library
Security Guard
Sports
Transport
Time Format
Morning School
Gender
Co-Education
Transport
NON-AC Transports
About school

Delhi Public School, Sector 45, Gurgaon was instituted in the memory of an exceptional human being Smt. Mala Jaipuria who held close to her heart the spreading of value based education to every corner of the country. The vision to commemorate her memory through a chain of exceptional schools was that of Mr. Ravi Jaipuria, the well known industrialist, educationist and social worker and that of his wife Mrs. Dhara Jaipuria also committed to the cause of quality education.

DPS, Sector 45, Gurgaon is a bright and shining star in the galaxy of DPS schools. It was inaugurated on April 29th 2002 by Mr. Salman Khurshid, President DPSS and Mr. Narendra Kumar, Chairman DPSS.

DPS, Sector 45, Gurgaon is affiliated to C.B.S.E. and provides quality education to the students from class Nursery to XII.

At DPS, Sector 45, Gurgaon we aim at the 'Holistic Development' of each child by inculcating 'Core Values' at every stage through the right blend of academics, activities and sports.

DPS, Sector 45, Gurgaon seeks to draw out maximum benefits from education without missing out on the fun and sweetness of childhood. Learning at DPS, Sector 45, Gurgaon is interactive and tactile. DPS, Sector 45, Gurgaon believes in producing creative thinkers. We teach our children how to think and not what to think. All experiences are drawn from the real world. Each precious individual will comfortably create his/her own niche, will discover talents, nurture skills, find his/her forte and most importantly will be groomed to become life long learner.

Activity
DUKE OF EDINBURGH
About this activity
We are pleased to introduce the internationally recognized Duke of Edinburgh's award.

Fundamental Principles:

Individual challenge by choice - reflect on own interests, abilities and ambitions and set challenges in each of the 4 sections.
The Award is voluntary, not forced. The activities have to be pursued during their leisure time.
There is no failure. Participants work at their own pace - remember its not a sprint but a marathon.