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DPS Fulbari


We believe in nurturing young minds with utmost care and compassion. The child-centric and holistic curriculum will bring to fore their latent talents and inculcate good values in them. The wide array of activities will keep the children engaged and entertained while also developing their motor and sensory skills by means of creative activities like storytelling, weaving and beading, rolling and target practice. There will be a strong emphasis on development of communication skills and comprehension. The Nursery and Kindergarten classrooms will be provided with state-of-the-art facilities befitting a modern, world-class educational institution.

DPS Fulbari


We are of the firm belief that effective learning can take place in an environment that is safe, secure, instils strong moral and ethical values, encourages good behaviour and helps the children realise their maximum potential. Our emphasis will be to enable the children to evolve as effective communicators and empathic listeners. With the help of diverse activities, hands-on projects, demonstrations and experiments conducted in a modern set-up, our students will be encouraged to develop mathematical ability, problem-solving and application skills. They will also acquire skills to synthesise and critique which is so important in the modern world. At this stage our focus would also be to identify the talents in our students. School functions and morning/class/special assemblies will give every child the opportunity to walk up to the stage and showcase their talent with confidence.

Academic Year: The Academic year commences in April and ends in March.

Each Academic year has been divided in two terms

Term I – April to September.

Term II – October to March.

Promotion to the next class will be based on the guidelines issued by CBSE. There are two periodic assessments and one half yearly and yearly examination spread over two terms. The overall assessment will also take into account internal assessment, i.e., term-wise notebook checking and the level of subject enrichment. Students will also be assessed for discipline, work education, art education, health & physical education, attendance, values, behaviour and regard for rules and regulations. The objective is to bring continuous improvement in the performance of a learner though constant diagnosis of gaps and difficulties in learning and helping the learner in overcoming through remediation of instruction.