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80-acre campus
designed to excel

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Nurturing Individuality

celebrating
diversity

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Offers exclusive choice of Spare time activities

learning
beyond
classroom

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Football . Cricket . Basketball . Lawntennis . Badminton

world class
sporting
facilities

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80-acre campus
design to excel

Introduction

The Indian Public School, Mrityunjaya Dham residential campus was started in 2001 and spread over an area of 80 acres, the entire school campus has patches of green and parklands. Tucked amidst the Himalayas (to its north) and the Shivalik ranges (to the south) the school provides a natural playground for children, keeping them in the lap of Mother Nature. In fact, the school campus has been planned in such a manner that only 20% of the total area will be concrete structures while the rest of the campus will be a harmonious blend of green patches, parklands and water-bodies.

Our education system integrates the most relevant and meaningful features of the ancient Gurukul with the best of the scientifically designed modern systems enlivened by psychological and educational research. Living in perfect harmony with nature, both teachers and students in the school have ample opportunities to imbibe service-mindedness and inculcate ethical principles.

We are a co-educational, English medium, purely residential school, with classes I to XII, affiliated to the ICSE Board, New Delhi. It is pursuing IGCSE affiliation.

General Information

Location – Dehradun, Uttrakhand 
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Type – K12, Co-Educational Boarding School

Educational Board – ICSE

School Capacity – 800 Students

Year of Establishment – 2001

Campus Size – 80 Acres

Faculty Student Ratio – 1:15

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