Delhi Public School, Jaipur , is a co-educational day school affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It is a franchisee school of the Delhi Public School Society (Estb. 1949) which runs 205 schools worldwide.
DPS, Jaipur was instituted by Ravi Jaipuria, the well-known industrialist and philanthropist and his wife Dhara Jaipuria who is also committed to the cause of quality education under the aegis of DPS Society.
Inaugurated on April 8, 2003, the school strives to provide quality education to the students from class Pre-Nursery to XII.
The school aims at the ‘Holistic Development’ of each child by inculcating ‘Core Values’ at every stage through the right blend of academics, activities, sports and community engagements.
The school has an environment for learning that embraces technology, innovation, and diversity-an environment that encourages intellectual inquiry and curiosity as well as collaboration.
To celebrate success, the school upholds independent learning through exposure to diverse perspectives and opportunities. It aims to teach personal accountability and social responsibility by providing opportunities to constantly engage in arts, sports, community service and leadership.
The institution also aims to inculcate values of gratitude, self-awareness and empathy, creating socially responsible global citizens who would respect others and their environment.
Located on Ajmer-Jaipur Highway, the school is located in the sprawling campus of over 14.50 acres (58680 sq. mtrs).
As one walks into the school gates, what catches the eye is the lush green playground with the splendid School Stadium that can seat almost 600 spectators. Students get an opportunity for outdoor recreation and sports and master them under the guidance of trained and talented coaches. The school gymnasium is well equipped with the world class instruments and trained coaches guiding the students towards mental and physical fitness.
The Multi-Purpose Hall, as the very name suggests, serves many purposes. The Multi-Purpose Hall is indeed the hub of school activities and a witness to various National level Sports and Cultural events. The most loved place at DPS, Jaipur is the Tuck Inn, the school cafeteria. An infirmary under the supervision of a qualified doctor takes care of all medical emergencies. It is well equipped with beds and all medical facilities. We truly believe that the more we read, the more we know. Thus, the importance of a school library cannot be over emphasized.
The school has a well-connected and door to door pick up and drop transport facility supported by Diligent & Lucent Transport Private Limited. The fleet of buses is well equipped with CCTV and GPRS.A lady teaching / non-teaching staff is deployed on every bus from the boarding to the last de-boarding point.
DPS Jaipur is powered by solar energy and is fully air-conditioned school building. The school also boasts of a Sewage Treatment Plant.
The Boarding house is nestled in the serene greens, coupled with an unmatched infrastructure and world-class amenities. Here, the child gets the best of both – a good school and a loving home which are quintessential for his/her holistic development.
In this age of technology, smart classes have become an integral medium of imparting quality education. The visual effect of the smart classes makes learning fun and helps students of all learning styles grasps concepts better.
The school envisions ‘Creativity in thought; thought in action; action with purpose and purpose in life’. With this vision, the management has been cultivating a wide spectrum of practices to nurture the future generation.
DPS, Jaipur emphasizes on ‘Fuelling curiosity, instilling discipline and encouraging empathy’. It believes that curiosity in children is an appetite for knowledge which further encourages them to learn. The institution also ensures that holistic learning is imparted through a plethora of opportunities. It pledges to guide students, realise their creative potential by nurturing them with an aptitude for leadership, innovation, scientific temper, sports, literature, arts and citizenship values.
The school provides extra support classes to the students of the day school and boarding house on a regular basis and also encourages experiential learning. The school also has three counsellors for guidance and counselling of the students.
Every student is given equal opportunity to succeed.
CBSE guidelines are followed strictly for inclusive education to all the students.
Rita P. Taneja
Annual fees* (tuition fee, boarding fee, admission fee, registration fee, etc) – Minimum: Maximum. *(Please note: fees will be provided for registered users only):
Pre – Nursery:
The child should be 2.5 years old (2 years 6 months) by 31st March of the academic year he/she is seeking admission in.
The child should be 3.5 years old (3 years 6 months) by 31st March of the academic year he/she is seeking admission in.
The child should be 4.5 years old (4 years 6 months) by 31st March of the academic year he/she is seeking admission in.
The child should be 5.5 years old (5 years 6 months) by 31st March of the academic year he/she is seeking admission in.
RTE Admission eligibility criteria in Rajasthan for Class I: Children above 5 years and below 7 years are considered. (As on 31st March of the year seeking admission in.)
Grade 12 – (Session 2021-22)
Music – 15
Business studies – 5
Geography – 2
Physical education -1
Informatics practices -1
Grade 10- ( Session 2021-22)
Sanskrit – 3
|1.||Tanishka Khandel||11||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|2.||Apeksha Yadav||12||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|3.||Kritika Vats||12||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|4.||Eshu Joshi||12||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|5.||Nishka Kedia||12||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|6.||Preksha Periwal||11||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|7.||Jahanvi Rathore||11||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|8.||Tejasvi Jangid||10||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|9.||Khwaish Kesnani||10||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|10.||Araddhya Sharma||10||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|11.||Divyanshi||9||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|12.||Saanvi Gupta||9||Handball||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|13.||Tanishka Khandel||11||Handball||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||3rd|
|14.||Apeksha Yadav||12||Handball||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||3rd|
|15.||Kritika Vats||12||Handball||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||3rd|
|16.||Yashvardhan Singh Chauhan||12||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|17.||Shreyas Char||10||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|18.||Ishan Khunteta||12||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|19.||Aryan Vyas||12||Volleyball||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|20.||Gautam Gujrani||12||Cricket||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|21.||Divyata Singh||8||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|22.||Saanvi Ghiya||9||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|23.||Agrima Dixit||9||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|24.||Cheshtha Rajawat||8||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|25.||Naisha Shekhawat||6||Football||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||Participation|
|26.||Akshita Bageria||9||Rifle Shooting||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||1st|
|27.||Akshita Bageria||9||Rifle Shooting||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|28.||Soheb Khan||6||10m Air Pistol||Raj. Govt. District Edu. Tournament||2nd|
|29.||Soheb Khan||6||10m Air Pistol||Raj. Govt. State Edu. Tournament||3rd|
|30.||Kshitj Shrivastava||9||Karate Shotokan||Open National Tournament||1st|
|10||Squash||CSK Squash Open National
|10||Squash||Rajasthan State Closed Squash
|33.||Akshita Bageria||9||Rifle Shooting||CBSE West Zone Clusters||1st|
|34.||Akshita Bageria||9||Rifle Shooting||CBSE Nationals||1st|
|35.||Naitik Jaanu||7||10m Air Pistol||CBSE West Zone Clusters||2nd|
|36.||Naitik Jaanu||7||10m Air Pistol||CBSE Nationals||2nd|
|37.||Khwaish Bajpai||7||Taekwondo||CBSE West Zone Clusters||2nd|
|38.||Football Boys Team||–||Football||17th CL Jaipuria Memorial Cup 2022-23||2nd|
|39.||Handball Boys Team||–||Handball||17th CL Jaipuria Memorial Cup 2022-23||2nd|
|40.||Handball Girls Team||–||Handball||17th CL Jaipuria Memorial Cup 2022-23||2nd|
|41.||Atharv||–||Hurdle Race||17th CL Jaipuria Memorial Cup 2022-23||3rd|
|42.||Vansh Kumar||–||Lemon & Spoon Race||17th CL Jaipuria Memorial Cup 2022-23||2nd|
The school provides hostel facility.
No. of hostels: 03
Junior Boys : Aravali – 37
Senior Boys: Shivalik -62
Girls: Nilgiri -26
Extra curricular Activities:
A wide range of extracurricular activities are offered at DPSJ for ensuring the holistic development of the students.
There are 14 clubs for the students to engage in learning and hone their skills in the field of literature, debating, performing and visual arts, science and technology, peer education, heritage, environment, photography and a lot more.
Students are also given the opportunity to learn various instruments, songs and learn different dance forms and also to express their artistic expression under the able guidance of trained and skilled mentors of the performing art department of the school. Fine Arts studios have been established to hone the skills of the children and give them a platform to showcase their talent in various art forms guided by the experts.
Besides cementing the values of discipline and patriotism, the NCC programme offered at DPSJ serves as a gateway to the students for a future in the armed forces.
The Student Council of DPS Jaipur started a donation drive for the students of the underprivileged section of society.
Students of grades 6-12 donated stationery, notebooks, sanitary napkins, slippers and socks to the children of the NGO “Indian Women Impact” in the session 2021-22. This NGO works for the children of the underprivileged sections of society and provides them with education.
The students of grades VI to VIII conducted the activity- ‘Bake Sale’. The amount collected from the activity was used to purchase the sweaters for the underprivileged students of Shiksha Kendra.
In the current academic session 2022-23, our vice council of students donated various essential things to different organisations working for the underprivileged section of the society:
Rays Boys Home ( Mansarover metro station)
Rays is a charitable trust that aims at helping HIV positive.
Aashray Girls’ Home (Nirman Nagar)
These Aashray care Homes are created to fulfil survival & development opportunities to the HIV infected and affected orphan children, & HIV positive widow women who have been rejected by those close to them due to discrimination, death of parents/ spouse or financial hardship due to their HIV status& poverty.
Surman Sanstha (Vaishali nagar )
Surman has been working towards providing shelter and other necessary amenities for destitute abandoned children and women of the society for many years.
Naya sawera (Nirman nagar)
The aim of the organisation is to see that no human being is deprived of the basic needs because of poverty. The organization also seeks to support and nurture the talents who cannot avail proper facilities due to their harsh conditions.
DPS Shiksha Kendra
It was the vision of PVC Dhara Jaipuria and Ravi Jaipuria to make quality education accessible to the underprivileged children of the society. The school was set up in the year 2006 and ran for the children of Pre-Nursery to VIII and currently has 800 students enrolled with it. The concept of inclusive education is best implemented at DPS Jaipur with Shiksha Kendra as its integral part.
Pravah, the skill development centre at DPSJ was established in April 2015 with the objective of creating entrepreneurs and making a real difference in the society by transforming the lives of not so privileged youth.