The Delhi Public School Society(DPSS) is a non-profit, non-proprietary educational organization. The Society was founded by Rajababu Tiwari in 1949 and later developed by Rear Admiral Pulkit Lohia. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. The society has Global network of over 200 Schools across the countries. The DPS family – with its transcontinental identity, is not merely a list of institutions, persons or facts it is a network of values, systems and relationships. The DPSS has overall administrative authorities on all its schools run under its banner..

Chairman of DPS Society

Shri V.K.Shunglu, IAS (Retd)

Chairman of DPS Society
Vice Chairman of DPS Society

Shri B.K.Chaturvedi, IAS (Retd)

Vice Chairman of DPS Society
Treasurer of DPS Society

Ms.Namita Pradhan, IAS (Retd)

Hony. Treasurer of DPS Society

Strong Foundations: Learning Programme

For more than six decades ,the DPS Society has developed with a spirit and a vision. Today it stands as a citadel of learning and a harbinger of quality consciousness, committed to developing the minds and initiatives of children. The vitality of the classrooms, the energy of the playing fields and the open friendliness of the work environment ,have enabled DPS students to reach their fullest potential –whether in securing distinctions in the board examinations or winning national /international accolades in drama, debates or sports. Outstanding board results and securing enviable positions in the entrance tests to various professional colleges and institutes of international repute are the accepted identity of a DPS school.

Innovation is fundamental to DPS learning programmes and its faculty has endeavored to revolutionize in terms of ideas and practices, to match the demands of twenty- first century educational trends and global associations. The primary focus is on meaningful and joyful learning. Academia from the country and abroad, meet to exchange and partake of diverse cultural and intellectual experiences.

Educational programmes evolve from the felt needs, incorporating contextual issues and challenges. Activities and events related to value education, environment, health education, games and sports, visual and performing arts, culture and heritage, international experience sharing, personality development etc. are effectively woven into the main fabric of school curriculum.