Last Updated on May 18, 2024 by Asfa Rasheed

The industry body recognised the excellence of DPS Warangal in “Adoption of effective sports education and skills development” 

DPS Warangal is the only school in the region to receive this distinction.

Hyderabad 17 Jan, 2023: Annually, the Eldrok India K-12 Summit acts as a platform for the education industry to come together and network. The annual event, held in Hyderabad, recognises schools for their accomplishments. DPS Warangal, the best CBSE school in Warangal, received recognition for its “Adoption of Effective Sports Education and Skills Development”2022 for its students. 

The attendees include school proprietors, industry-related entrepreneurs, prominent educationists, and well-regarded thought leaders, corporate executives, government officials, consultants and policy makers.

This award aligns with the school’s emphasis on the holistic development of students, and recognises the school’s efforts in providing the necessary resources and opportunities for the overall growth of its students. The award further emphasises the school’s mission and vision of fostering well-rounded individuals who will contribute to the advancement of the nation.

The competition for the recognition was fierce, with hundreds of schools from all over the country vying for the award. The parameters considered for selection were:

• The technology adoption

• Infrastructure 

• Curriculum of the schools

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman, Ravi K V Reddy said: “We have been committed to the principle and ethos of well-rounded development since the very inception of the school. Our record in ensuring our students not only excel academically but also in sports is reflected in the many awards and achievements of our students year round. We’re immensely proud of the recognition that reaffirms our commitment to provide high quality education, through the use of world-class academic and sporting infrastructure, in the tri-city region of Warangal, Hanamkonda and Kazipet.”

About DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, WARANGAL:

Established in 2014, DPS Warangal is a co-educational residential and day-school affiliated to CBSE, located in Warangal, Telangana. The school caters to the tri-city region of Hanamkonda, Warangal, and Kazipet in Northern Telangana and boasts an impressive academic record with 100% results in X and XII CBSE board exams.

In 2021, students at the school passed the ICAI and ICMAI exams on their first try. The school also has a noteworthy history of alumni who have achieved great success in IIT-JEE MAINS and Advanced Results, and were admitted to prestigious institutions like IIT Kharagpur, IIT Hyderabad, and IIT Delhi among its first batches. The school is run under the DPS Society’s guidance, and its motto of “service before self” encourages students to cultivate compassion along with their academic and creative pursuits.

The large campus of the school is spread across 12 acres, which includes a half-Olympic sized swimming pool, sports fields for cricket, football, volleyball, basketball, and a skating rink, providing students with a balanced way of life. Curricular focus is on developing the student’s mind, teaching computer programming, promoting participation in cultural activities, fostering community engagement, and academic events such as Math Olympiads. Also, the school guides the students for preparing for entrance exams, and help in shaping their careers as part of their overall development.

The hostel complex offers individualised living spaces for boys and girls and has implemented the most advanced security and pastoral care systems for the students living there. As the school draws students from various parts of the country, it is adding to Warangal’s esteemed education history.

RECOGNITION AND AWARDS FOR DPS WARANGAL SCHOOL

• Education World gave the school the number one spot in Warangal’s best school rankings.

• Recognized as one of India’s best residential schools by Silicon World Magazine by holding a top 10 spot.

• A total of 250+ awards and recognition have been granted to students for their performances in various inter-school competitions.