Admissions to Preschool, Class 1, Class IX, Class XI are open.
Visit to DPS Mathura Road by Sh. Manish Sisodia - Honourable Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi & Education Minister on 18 January 2021.
Notice Board

School Timings

School Timings
  Classes II to XII
Arrival of school buses 7:05 a.m. - 7:15 a.m.
School Timings 7:15 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Departure of buses 1:55 p.m.

Schedule for Interaction

Instructions For Entry In The School (By Visitors / Parents)

  • Entry in school premises is Prohibited - No Admission Without Permission.

  • Appointment with the Principal / Vice Principal / Headmistress may be fixed through their below mentioned email ID’s (Only On Working Days)

1 Principal Ms. Reema Sharma
2 Vice Principal
Mr. Naveen Kumar
3 Vice Principal
Ms. Monica Sahni
Ms. Inderjeet Kaur
4 Headmistress Ms. Ranjana Dean


Schedule for Interaction
Venue Summer Winter
Principal Office With prior appointment With prior appointment
Vice Principal Office After school hours After school hours
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Coordinators / Reps / Class Teachers / Subject Teachers Reception    
Fri: Class XI, XII Fri: Class XI, XII
Thurs: Class VI-VIII Thurs: Class VI-VIII
Thurs: Class IX-X Thurs: Class IX-X
Counsellor Counsellor’s room Weekly Test duration Weekly Test duration
(ground floor) appointment appointment
7.15 a.m. to 8.45 a.m. Tuesday 7.30 a.m. to 9.15 a.m. Tuesday
With prior appointment With prior appointment
7.05 a.m. to 8.05 a.m. 7.30 a.m. to 8.30 a.m.

School Rules

  • School has introduced the RFID attendance system. It is mandatory for the students to wear RFID cards to school. In case of loss of RFID card a duplicate card will be issued on a payment of Rs. 500/-.

  • The students must carry their almanac daily.

  • Students will not be allowed to enter the school on short leave. In case of a medical or any other emergency the child will be allowed to leave the school. A gate pass will be issued from the office of the Vice Principal (Administration). The child should be accompanied either by parents or an authorized person.

  • Students who come to school on their own should reach the school punctually.

  • (a) Regarding carrying of Mobile Phones by students in the school the following decision has been undertaken:-

    "As per CBSE norms it is illegal to bring the mobile phone to school and once it is confiscated itwill not be returned to the parent at all. Even the electronic watches and other electronic devices are banned in the school.

    If the student is caught again with the Mobile Phone besides seizure of Mobile Phone he/she will be rusticated."

    "The students should not carry electronic communication devices including those that can store/record/play audio-visual content; transmit or receive images; or provide unfiltered connectiontothe Internetsuchas I-Pads, Pen drives DVD/CD players, game consoles, handheld PC, smart phones, laptops, tablet or any other gadget with similar capabilities of data storage/transmission are not permitted in the school. It is reiterated that unmonitored use of any electronic communication device is strictly prohibited in school as per the direction of CBSE. The students are advised not to bring cigarettes, e-cigarettes, e-hookah, deodorants/perfumes, explosive material/ crackers and sharp tools/ knife to school. The parents are advised to check the bags of their wards before they depart for school".

    (b) Regarding complaints pertaining to bullying, smoking and sexual abuse the parentscan lodge the same. The SMS in this connection would be sent. The Complaint Boxes have also been installed within the school premises.

  • The students can avail of the 'Accidental Insurance' facility provided by the school.

  • Changing of classrooms between periods should be done in an orderly manner and silently. Students should not unnecessarily leave their class at the end of every period.

  • Children are advised to use the washroom in the home room period or during a change of period. They must return to the class within 2 minutes. In case of an emergency, they should use the Teacher's Pass and return within 2-3 minutes.

  • Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The school uniform should be worn on all working days and for all school functions. Students who are slovenly dressed or not in uniform will be sent home. Use of hair gel is not allowed. Wearing low waist trousers and short skirts is forbidden.

  • All boys (except Sikhs) must keep their hair short. Girls must tie their hair neatly with a green band.

  • Non-Sikh boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals. Sikh boys must wear bottle green turbans in Class IX and above. A patka may be worn only while playing games.

  • No books (other than text books or library books), magazines or newspaper should be brought to the school.

  • Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not allowed.

  • Students who come to school escorted should never leave before the escort arrives. In case of delay, they should report to the school security officer at the reception.

  • Parents and guardians are not allowed to enter the school during school hours without prior appointment. An appointment can be fixed on the telephone - 011¬43399200.

  • Students are not allowed to use the school telephone. However in case of an emergency, the Class Teacher/ Reps / Coordinators will contact the parents at the earliest.

  • Students using the school bus will maintain discipline in the bus. If he/she creates any indiscipline, he/she will be deprived of the bus facility. Kindly refer to the Transport Rules as listed in the Almanac.

  • The school does not permit the celebration of birthdays or festivals in the school campus. Parents are advised not to send sweets, cakes etc. with children for celebration of birthdays. Exchange of gifts is also not allowed. Birthday bumps are a punishable offence.

  • The school insists on the following measures to be observed by the members of staff and all students. Care must be taken to observe the "Green Rules" in order to maintain clean, green surroundings. That is, school premises will not be littered with disposable tumblers, papers or polythene bags. If polythene bags are brought to school, care should be taken not to dispose them off in the school grounds. Minimal use of polythene bags will be appreciated.

  • Do not spoil or pluck flowers.

  • Students are expected to respect school property. No student should damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or in any way damage things belonging to others. Any school property damaged even by accident should be reported at once to the Class teacher / Vice-Principals/ Principal.

  • Delhi Public School students should invariably be polite wherever they go. Theyshould always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them.

  • Proper care of the Smart Boards should be ensured by all the students of the class, students must ensure that they are not tampered with. Smart Boards have to be taken care of by all the students of the class. The students of the class will be responsible to pay for the damage.

  • Students should not damage the RFID gate readers and CCTV cameras installed in the school premises.

  • Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences. Bullying in class or cyber bullying is a punishable offence.

  • Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instruments such as knives, blades, sharp edged tools, etc. to the school, or any kind of object which may cause injury to others.

  • Students are advised to keep their class room, school buildings and campus as clean as possible, and throw leftovers into the dustbins.

  • Buying and using of e-cigarettes/hookah/tobacco in the school campus is totally banned. If somebody is found carrying these items, strict disciplinary action will be taken.

  • The school is not responsible for goods lost. It is not advisable to bring valuable articles (like expensive watches/ fountain pens, cash, jewellery/bracelets/ear studs etc.) to school.

  • DPS provides education from Pre-school to Class XII. Therefore, it is expected that the juniors be treated with love and affection, while the juniors show respect to their seniors. There should be perfect harmony between the day scholars and boarders.

  • Fee can be paid by cheque/draft or online within the stipulated time.

  • No student shall indulge in any of the following practices:

    • Carrying and using mobile phones.

    • Misuse of Smart Board.

    • Spitting and littering in the school premises.

    • Disfiguring or damaging school property.

    • Writing on the shirts and uniform.

    • Smoking or taking gutka, pan masala etc.

    • Any form of gambling.

    • Use of drugs or intoxicants-vaping is strictly prohibited.

    • Rowdyism and rude behavior.

    • Use of violence in any form.

    • Any form of cyber crime.

    • Discrimination of any kind.

    • Bursting crackers or throwing colour on one another within the school premises.

      The observance of rules of discipline and good behavior shall be a condition essential to a student's continuation in the school. In case of breach of discipline by a student, appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.

      In continuation with school rules and punishable offences:

      • The students should not use any unfair means and malpractices during exams.

      • The students should not indulge in fighting and using abusive language.

      • Bunking classes is strictly prohibited.

      • The students to maintain discipline in the class and not cause any disruption of classroom teaching.

        * Boarders to refer to the Hostel Rules Booklet regarding disciplinary rules.

  • No student is allowed to visit any of the kiosks situated outside the school, and if found doing so, he/she will be subjected to punishment as per school rules.

  • Students indulging in aggressive or violent behaviour, will not be allowed to travel by school bus. They will be picked and dropped to school by their parents.

  • A Clinic proforma from CT/Subject Teacher signed by the teacher (in charge of a period) must be carried by a child going to the clinic for treatment.

  • A vaccination record must be produced at the start of the year, if the child is not completely immunized.

  • Canteen facility is only available in the break time or after the school is over.

  • Students should not join other students in violent, destructive activities or they will be subjected to punishment.

  • Students will not instigate other co-students or juniors to indulge in any misbehaviour or any form of anti-school activity which will bring disrepute to the school and could spoil the career of the concerned student.

  • Students will not boycott the orders, directions and instructions given to them by the school authorities.

  • A student will not cooperate or indulge in any act of violence committed by other students which will harm any student physically or mentally.

  • Students will not do anything to disturb the principles and norms of school discipline.

  • Bunking school/ classes is strictly forbidden and will lead to disciplinary action against the student.

  • Children are not allowed to take photographs of anyfriendorstudent, teacher, VP or Principal in the school campus without his/her prior permission. They are not allowed to upload on any social site without prior permission of the concerned student or teacher.

  • Students using unfair means during examination will face disciplinary action asdecided by the school authorities.

  • A stationery and tailor shop has been opened in the school premises from where

    stationery and school uniform can be purchased at subsidized rates.

* Note: It is not mandatory for parents to purchase from this shop.

Late Arrivals in School

  • The school gate will close at 7:20 am sharp.

  • Late arrivals will be sent home immediately.

  • Disciplinary action will be taken against late arrivals who are not carrying the Almanac.


  • All parents are requested to check the complete school uniform of their ward and their bag before they send them to school.

  • In case of violation of Rules, appropriate action will be taken. In case of a severe act of indiscipline, the child will be rusticated.

  • The school reserves the right to modify the rules without prior notice.


  • Rule violation will lead to appropriate action from the disciplinary committee.

  • Breaking or violating any other Rule, the punishment for which is not prescribed here, will be a matter or decision of the school authority after observing the gravity of the conduct and behaviour of the student in the past. The punishment imposed will be final.

  • The school reserves the right to suspend or to take strict disciplinary action against a student whose diligence or progress in studies is consistently unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.

  • Roll numbers of the students who do not follow the school rules or behave in an indisciplined manner may be with held, based on the code of conduct issued by the CBSE.

Note: The school reserves the right to modify the rules without prior notice.

Disciplinary Measures

    The following measures will be adopted to enforce discipline:-

  • Oral warning and counselling.

  • Written warning.

  • Fine wherever applicable

  • Issue of Yellow Cards.

  • Withdrawal of bus facilities for misbehaviour in the school bus. Parents will be responsible for dropping their wards to school and picking them up.

  • Detention

  • Rustication and expulsion as per rules.

  • In accordance with CBSE guidelines individual committees have been constituted to look into specific areas. Students, parents and teachers can mail their complaints, if any to the respective mail ids. Once registered the complaint will be effectively dealt with by all members on each respective committee. Strict action will be taken against the following offences:-

    • Bullying is strictly prohibited inside the school premises and no act will go unnoticed or unpunished.

      Guidelines for prevention of Bullying and Ragging in Schools as stated in circular No. Acad.-17/ 2015 dated 9 March 2015 have been strictly implemented. An Anti-Bullying Committee under the Principal comprising the Vice Principal Administration, Head Mistress Junior School and school counsellor, among others, has been constituted to look into all such matters.

      All complaints can be filed at —

    • Tobacco Control Committee under the Principal, Vice Principal- Administration, Vice Principal- Academics, Head Mistress Junior School, along with the school counsellor has been constituted for a mass campaign against the smoking menace in the school.

      The committee will ensure a 100% Tobacco —Free school that prohibits the use of tobacco products by anyone, including students, staff and visitors in the school premises or at school events at all times.

      All complaints can be filed at —

    • Sexual Abuse

      In an effort to deal with child sexual abuse cases the Government has brought in a special law The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act' (POSCO Act) 2012 effective from 14 November 2012 onwards.

      All complaints can be filed at —

    • Child Welfare Committee comprising the Principal, Vice Principal-Administration, Vice Principal —Academics, Head Mistress Junior School, the school counsellor, a senior teacher and other administrative members have been vested with this responsibility to create a safer school environment for children.

      All complaints can be filed at — cwc@dpsmathuraroad.orq




  • If a child has to be withdrawn from school, parents are requested to give one calendar months' notice in writing, failing which, one month's fee will be charged in lieu thereof. Exception may be made in case of sudden transfer of government or military personnel.

  • In case of withdrawal on or before the 10th of a month, fee will be charged till the end of the month. After the 10th of any month fee for the next month will also be charged.

  • Transfer certificates for children withdrawn are not issued until all dues are settled.

  • Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds:

    • Disciplinary.

    • Unsatisfactory progress in work.

    • Detention or repeated detention in a Class.

      As a rule only those students will be retained on the roll of the school who can take the school leaving examination under 18 years of age.

  • A student who fails twice in the same Class will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school.


The school reserves the right to modify the rules without prior notice.


  • It is compulsory for all students to complete 75% attendance before every exam tomake them eligible to sit for the examination. In case attendance is short, students will not be eligible for promotion/any academic award.

  • Adequate preparatory leave is given before each exam. It is mandatory for studentsto attend school till the last working day.

  • Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than tenconsecutive days renders the student liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls; readmission may be granted only on payment of fresh admission fee provided the vacancy still exists.

  • All children are expected to attend school on the opening day after every vacationand must be present before closing for the vacations. Those absent because of sickness must present a medical certificate within 3 days of absence through fax, a representative or school website.Boarders will not be given permission to leave the school before vacations. Students returning late will be charged a fine of Rs. 100/- for every day of absence from the Boarding House.

  • A child returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious diseaseshould produce a fitness certificate from a doctor.

  • Students suffering from any one of the following diseases must observe theprescribed period of quarantine before returning to class.

    • Chicken pox - Till complete falling of scabs.

    • Cholera - Till the child is completely well.

    • Measles - Two weeks after the rash disappears.

    • Mumps - Until the swelling has gone.

    • Whooping cough - Six weeks

    • Jaundice - Six weeks

  • Only those students will be put 'On Duty' who represent the school while playing atournament, a sport or participate in any other event. Any student, not representing the school, will have no such claim.

  • Proper permission by the event incharge duly signed by Vice Principal (Administration)must be carried by students On Duty.