Founded in 1978, Maharaja Agarsain Public School (MAPS), Ashok Vihar, New Delhi is a coeducational English medium day school affiliated with the Central Board of Education (CBSE), New Delhi. The Agarwal Welfare Society Ashok Vihar, under the president ship of R K Sangal and its first manager Shri O P Gupta founded the school on April 10, 1978. It was set up in the memory of the great saint Maharaja Agarsain, who was the founder of socialist democratic set-up as envisaged in the ancient civilisation. MAPS is recognised by the Directorate of Education, Delhi and is managed by Agarwal Welfare Society.
The 4 acre school campus hosts spacious classrooms, well-equipped science laboratories, dance and music room and a well-stocked library featuring about 18,600 reference books, 36 magazines and 5 dailies.
Other facilities include gymnasium, carom, chess, transportation and health and medicalcheckup facility.
The school’s academic session runs from April to March. Affiliated with CBSE, New Delhi, the school offers education from pre-primary level through class XII and also offers the CBSE-International curriculum.
Admission commences in the month of January.
Tuition fee per month
I to II
III to V
VI to VIII
IX to X
XI to XII
XI to XII (SCIENCE)
MAPS has been ranked among the top day schools in India by the EducationWorld C-fore Survey 2014.
Being a day school, it does not offer accommodation facility.