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In the Science Stream the marks secured by Roli Chandra 95%, Abhinav Tripathi 93% and Anshika Tripathi 92%. In the Commerce Stream Rachit Murarka 92%, Chetna Sharma 88.2% and Gurleetn Kaur 87% marks. Fifty students got 90% and above. The school Director Mrs. A. Sidhu congratulated all rank holders and the teachers and said she expects a better result next year.

The School is proud to announce that a staff member Mr. Pankaj Singh PGT chemistry holds the 2nd position in the UPSC examination. We wish him all success in his future endeavors

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We strongly object and discourage students from taking tuitions from teachers employed in the school. If a child is weak and requires tuition, he/she should take it from teachers other than those teaching in Dayawati Modi Public School. Weak students can take help from school teachers during school timing when the teacher is free.

The School Director Mrs. A. Sidhu held a meeting on the first day of school reopening after Session break. She emphasized on: 1. Not to force students for tuition but teach the weak students free of cost to improve the result. 2. She told the teachers about the improvement of discipline and attendance. 3. Teachers should not be friendly with the students.


Children who are picked and dropped to the school by their parents/rickshaws/drivers etc. must pic them up within 20-25 minutes after dispersal, thereafter the school staff/teacher will not be responsible. Children are kept waiting even from over an hour. Moreover,parents are late to pick up their children and are extremely rude to the office staff. This will not be tolerated.

Parents must not allow their children to carry mobile phones,pagers,tablets etc. to school. If found, they will be confiscated and a fine of Rs. 100/- will be imposed.

It is matter of great pride that our School director Mrs. A. Sidhu was awarded the Best Educationist award for outstanding achievements in the filed of Education by the International Institute of Education & Management at Delhi on the 30th of September 2016. She was also honoured with National Mahila Ratan Gold medal award.

Parents must be strict their wards' attending the school regularly(especially IX-XII) and also complete their assignments on time. 75% attendance is mandatory to appear in the Board Examination. The Board has clearly defined that a student may be debarred from appearing in the examination for misconduct and shortage of attendance. All students have been given home assignments for summer vacations. Parents must supervise that their ward(s) complete their home assignments.

For Assessment tests and examinations, please refer to the calendar in the students' diary. Class XII will have a separate examination schedule.

Parents co-operation is expected for maintaining discipline in the school. Any child breaking rules will be suspended.

Parents are requested not to switch of their phones as they will get information through SMS regarding any important matter connected with the school or their ward/wards

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Last Updated :
Thu, 11 Jul 2019