DPS Tapi is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and our curriculum is derived from the Syllabus prescribed by the NCERT/CBSE, targeting the needs of individual learners. We wish to provide equal opportunity without discrimination to every child, commensurate with individual potential and aiming to fulfil it.
A healthy body supports a sound mind. Hence, we combine mental health and physical hygiene in our functioning. The age of cut-throat competition or the rat-race mentality is slowly being overwhelmed by sounder and fundamentally deeper global requirements of team cooperation, healthy competition and the ability to cope with setbacks as well as triumphs. For India, Bahujana hitaya, bahujana sukhaya is an age old doctrine embedded in our heritage. Our children learn the importance of creativity, perseverance, caring and sharing in order to transform weaknesses into strengths. Thus, they develop multiple life skills necessary for survival in the world of the future.
Updated on: [August 24, 2018]