The school came into existence in 2005 as a result of the dynamic vision of the renowned educational and social reformer Shri Hare Ram Singh and has ever since proved its excellence in every field.
Central Public School was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) up to Secondary level in 2007 and up to Senior Secondary level in 2009.
As evident from its exterior, Central Public School has an excellent infrastructure. The school has a sprawling building in idyllic surrounding, which houses within its walls, every essentiality of modern academics, computers, sports, fine arts and performing arts.
The school offers a unique opportunity through V-SAT technology. The virtual classes are conducted where the student get the advantage of interacting with their pears across the geographical locations.
The school is run by Jyotipunj Educational and Welfare Society duly constituted and registered under the provision of Central / State Acts.
At C.P.S. every student is a unique individual with a unique aptitude, interest and skill. A school as an educational organization is responsible for providing a suitable ground for the growth of these unique aptitudes. C.P.S. is committed to recognize, realize and reinforce aptitudes at personal level. Our emphasis on personal care ensures that every child feels values and supported. We endeavor to provide a learner friendly environment, strengthening individual potentials painstakingly but graciously. We acknowledge our social, national, universal responsibility and hence, work in the direction of transforming young minds into intellectually equipped but sympathetically curbed personalities. We are concerned for the Environmental depletion and aspire to develop a keen sensibility towards the procurement of a pollution free, clean and healthy environment. We emphasize discipline, lay stress on conduct and provide convenient but planned guidelines for the comprehensive subject wise regular learning. The books are carefully selected in the interest of the learner and the curriculum is meticulously planned.
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