DLF PUBLIC SCHOOL, INDIA


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Key Features
1. 5-acre lush green campus with 84 Smart classrooms, air-conditioned auditorium with a capacity to seat 1,000 people, four fully AV-equipped science laboratories, medical infi rmary , computerised air-conditioned library, etc.
2. Recipient of the British Council International School Award 2015-18
3. School principal Seema Jerath is recipient of National Award to Teachers, 2012, from the President of India

Established in 1996, DLF Public School was shaped by Darbari Lal Foundation, a trust set up in the memory of notable educationist and visionary Shri Darbari Lal ji. The school endeavours to provide liberal education to its students and this stems from the vision of Dr. Rakesh Khullar, chairman of the school.
The school offers customary templatised courses in science, commerce and humanities streams. Innovative ideas like flipped classrooms approach allowing an access to virtual world, peer learning programmes, experimental learning through games like Grammar Throw ball, THOTS labs for cultivating thinking and life skills, huge impetus to group work and collaborative learning, PEC (Physical Education Cards) and so on find place on an itinerary that’s geared at structuring six essential skills of 21st century learning: communication, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, character and citizenship. The school has also engaged its students and teachers in several exchange programmes with countries like Russia, Scotland, Dubai, Thailand and Japan. Strong emphasis is also given on developing not just the mental but also the physical ability of the students.
The school has been recognised and awarded at national and international forums for various unique initiatives, one being the building of entrepreneurship skills in its students and winning the Top Global Prize of $5000 in 2012, and the Business Development Prize of $2000 in 2013 at the School Enterprise Challenge, by UK-based Teach A Man to Fish. The school is lauded for its childcentric approach.

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