Delhi schools are administered by the government or by private sector. These schools are affiliated with one of the 3 educational boards: CISCE, CBSE and NIOS. As per the survey conducted in 2013-14, Delhi had total 5401 schools, which includes 2657 Primary schools, 728 middle schools and 2016 Sec./Sr.Sec. Schools.
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Doon Public School is a co-educational private secondary school and amongst the top 10 best senior secondary public schools in Delhi and NCR. The school takes pride in being awarded The Best E School in Delhi by The Outlook Magazine. Doon Public School believes education to be a life-long process which should have a strong foundation.
G. D. Goenka Public School, (known simply as Goenka), is a private school located in New Delhi, India. Its foray into innovative education began in 1994. G.D. Goenka School is the realization of a dream of a visionary. It started with a dream, a glorious vision to create an ambience conducive to creative learning. Very high standards of hygiene and cleanliness.
Ryan International School is one of the best private educational institutions in Delhi. With commitment to excellence, Ryan International Group has a wide interest in the field of quality education. Ryan grew up in one of India's leading institutions, which provides students with academic excellence. Ranked among the best schools in the international, CBSE and ICSE.
Amity International schools are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi, committed to equity and excellence. Amity International School, Saket is the first in the chain of schools and institutions, founded by Ashok Chauhan. The aim of Amity is to nurture the children who are kind, respected, caring and loving and to be sensitive to the students with their progressive attitude.
Delhi Public School, Mathura Road is a private co-educational day and boarding school with 6500+ students in New Delhi, India. In the center of the city, a green lawn spread over 15 acres, Delhi Public School is a co-educational boarding school. Its mission is providing the moral values of honesty, integrity, compassion and discipline as integral part of the student's personality.
Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai, New Delhi, was established in 1975. The school is near Panchsheel Park on one end and Malviya Nagar at the other end. The School premises cover an area of 6.5 acre & the floor area is 1,20,000 Sq. ft. Apeejay Education Society is committed to quality education of global dimensions leading to man-making and nation-building. The objective of the Apeejay School is to endorse the system of integral learning in an innate, child-friendly environment, which insists on the unity of all knowledge, synthesizes humankind and science and recognizes the fact that each person is unique.
The British School in Delhi, India is a self-governing, English Medium, co-ed international institution. British School calls themselves unique, and the reason it is more than a school, it is a family. Students are encouraged to build up in the international minded, politically, kind and balanced person, ready to contribute to the wider community. British School promotes high standards of achievement, adding their target value, maximizing potential and allowing each student to flourish.
Air Force Bal Bharati School established 1955, is a senior sec school located on Lodi Road, Delhi, and maintain by the Indian Air Force Educational and Cultural Society. It is affiliated to the CBSE. AFBBS's aim of meeting the academic aspirations of children of Air Force Personnel posted to the National Capital Region. In 1995 Air Force Bal Bharati School was won the Best School in Delhi.
Kendriya Vidyalaya is the provision of primary and secondary education in India, which is mainly for the children of Central Government employees of India. It started in 1963 and it has since been contracted with the Central Board of Secondary Education of India. At present (March 2019), the number of Kendriya schools in India is 1,199 or more. In addition to this there are three Kendriya Vidyalayas in foreign countries in which the children of Indian Embassies and other NRIs study. Schools are followed by the curriculum of India's National Educational Research and Training Council. All Kendriya Vidyalayas are run by the institution of Kendriya Vidyalaya Organization.
This school situated in the Delhi Cantt, in Delhi. It is managed by Indian Army under the aegis of Indian Army welfare Education society (AWES). Army Public School was established for the purpose of fulfilling the educational needs of the army personnel. This school is located in the most prominent place in the map of Delh. The institution has been built with the aim of providing an educational pattern with the increasing demands of the new age.
St. Thomas' School is just at the other end of the Mandir Marg. Its building is different from the rest of the schools. The building of the colors of the red brick is very beautiful. Its design was designed by Arthur Garden Susmith. He was originally a Russian, but his family had settled in the UK. Certainly St. Thomas' is considered to be the one of the best school of girls in Delhi. The emphasis is on the development of the entire personality of girl students in this school.
The American Embassy School is an independent Delhi-based school providing daily co-education. It provides education from kindergarten to twelfth standard. The school was established in 1952. On the controversy of tax and visa fraud, US State Department spokeswoman Jane Psaki said the US Embassy School is not run by the embassy. Only one third of the students there are American. We are discussing the issue with the Government of India regarding the school. She said, since 1952, when the embassy exchanged diplomatic notes with the Government of India for the establishment of the American Embassy School, the school was successful in providing international education for the children of the diplomatic and out-of-country business community in New Delhi. A report published in the New York Times stated that the school is being run in a place owned by the US government.