Gyan Bharati School, Delhi was promoted in September 1980 by the Gyan Bharati Trust, under the able guidance of the director M. N. Kapur, a noted educationist. The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, and caters to the educational needs of children from nursery to class XII.
The school aims to“impart integrated and comprehensive education that is formative as well as informative”. The school places emphasis on holistic development of students, to lead them to self-fulfillment and dedicated service to society.
Gyan Bharati School sprawls over a 7.29 acre campus with well ventilated class rooms, smart classes equipped with computer aided learning, wi-fi campus, three teacher resource centers with round the clock internet access, well equipped science, computer and math laboratories. The school offers separate playrooms and activity rooms for pre-primary, primary, middle and senior classes.
Other facility offerings include designated rooms for art, craft, clay, music and recording and paper recycling, well-stocked libraries for primary and senior wings, two covered auditoriums, flood lit playgrounds with facilities for cricket, basket-ball, football, badminton, volley-ball, table tennis and other sports.
Gyan Bharati School is recognized by the Directorate of Education, Delhi and affiliated with CBSE. It offers education from nursery to class XII.
The school offers various extracurricular and co-curricular activities such as art and craft, music, dance and drama. Sports such as cricket, football and table tennis are also encouraged.
The prospectus is available at the school reception in the month of January from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. on all school working days. Minimum age for admission in nursery is 3 years plus as on March 31 of the year of admission.
Fee for the preschool and pre-primary section includes an admission fee of Rs 200, refundable security deposit of Rs 500, monthly tuition fee of Rs 4000 and bus fee of Rs 1500.
The school aims to “impart integrated and comprehensive education that is formative as well as informative”. It places emphasis on holistic development of students, to lead them to self-fulfillment and dedicated service to society.