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DPS Jammu, Nagbani make to India's Top 10 CBSE Schools
12/14/2019 11:36:04 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Dec 14: Having already been ranked among top CBSE Schools in Jammu City, DPS Jammu and DPS Nagbani counted among the well established 400 branches of The Delhi Public School Society, New Delhi, once again added another feather in their caps by receiving Rank No. 10 in India and No. 1 in Jammu's Top 20 CBSE Schools and Rank no. 1 in India in 'Value for Money' in India's Top CBSE Schools Parameter Wise categories for the year 2019.
The awards were given in a glittering ceremony organized by Education Today. Co held at Chancery Pavilion, Bangaluru on 13th & 14th December, 2019 for serving the state with Quality Education for over two decades and for exemplary contribution in the field of education. The award ceremony was attended by Decision Makers, Senior Delegates and Eminent Educationists from all over India. The event was also widely covered by print and electronic media throughout the country.
Speaking on the occasion, S.S. Sodhi, PVC/Director, DPS Schools, J&K congratulated Principals of both the schools for the glorious achievement.
M.K. Ajatshatru Singh, President, RCT and Chairman, Maharaja Hari Singh Social & Education Foundation and Kunwrani Ritu Singh, Pro-Vice Chairperson, DPS Jammu/DPS Nagbani congratulated the Principals, Staff and Students of DPS Jammu & DPS Nagbani for their commendable work and highly appreciated the efforts of Sodhi for his tireless efforts to bring both the schools at this position.
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