Delhi Public School, Gaya is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country. It is recognized by the Department of Education, Govt. of NCT Delhi and the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Over 5000 schools in India, with over 80,000 students, are members of the Board. Delhi Public School, Gaya offers a nationalistic curriculum in an environment that fosters excellence in school life amidst wide open spaces. It will also promote the natural ability of children to learn through development of their cognitive and thinking skills.
DPS Gaya declared overall champion in CBSE East Zone Taekwondo Competition 2018-19 held at Rosy Public School, Fatehgarh (UP) from 12th October to 15th October, 2018.
DPS Gaya brought laurels to the school by winning 04 Gold Medals, 05 Silver Medals and 01 Bronze Medal The CBSE East Zone Swimming Competition 2018 held at Dhanbad from 12th October to 15th October 20
DPS Gaya hosted a Felicitation Ceremony inside its premises to honour the students from Class VI to IX who have achieved wonderful results in the Chanakya 21 Screening Test (Mathematics).
Admission is open to classes Pre Nursery to IX at DPS Gaya. The school aspires to produce students who are excellent in academics as well as social and ethical values, skills and attitudes to contribute positively to the society. We maintain a competitive student teacher ratio as well.
The DPS curriculum supports the natural development of the child. The teacher will serve less as an instructor and more as a guide or facilitator. Children are encouraged to learn how to learn, thus gaining independence and self - confidence.
Children need space to spread their wings. The designers and planners of DPS GAYA have kept that in mind throughout. Large airy classrooms, varied activity zones, ample areas for sports, connected whole - linked by wide corridors and courtyards.
E - learning is an integral part of the DPS GAYA curriculum. IT plays an important role in providing a modern environment for children to learn and grow, to ensure this a network of computers on campus will be provided which will be easily accessible to every individual on the campus.