Model School is a premier educational institute situated in Rohtak, Haryana (India). The school is co-educational, affiliated to CBSE and imparts education upto Senior Secondary Certificate level in English Medium. Deputy Commissioner, Rohtak is the ex-officio Chairman of the school. To focus on quality education and the need of the time, the school runs only Science and Commerce Streams. Established in 1952 with three students, one teacher and one room the school has steadily progressed and now hosts more than 3500 students and 200 strong faculty members. The school is equipped with full fledged Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Maths and Computer labs, a library with more than 6000 books and 82 class rooms. It has facilities for indoor games like Chess, TT, Basket ball & Badminton. The school has grown so much so that it has four more Branches at Rohtak, Sampla, Kalanaur & Meham. It is the first school in the district to have introduced smart class (Digi class) teaching technique in all the 82 class rooms. Ever since its inception, Model School, Rohtak has been a fore-runner as an institute that offers a strong academic base combined with opportunities for all round development of the personality of the students.
Through various co-curricular activities, games and sports, the competitive networking and team work skills of students are honed which further enhance their abilities to anticipate and adapt to the fast changing world scenario and the paradigm shift in the field of education. This all has been incorporated successfully with the balanced blend of commitment, diligence and sincerity of the staff and management. We have very smoothly introduced the latest policies of CBSE regarding Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, CCE. We aspire to produce good human beings with qualities of respect for elders and under privileged. We were established in the year 1952 by none other than Late Sh. H.D. Shourie, IAS, the then Deputy Commissioner of Rohtak. The school was named as Junior Model School and the first crop of pupils consisted of ten and included, amongst others, Sh. Arun Shourie, who later rose to the level of the Telecommunication Minister of India.
Updated on: [October 11, 2017]