ABOUT CHHAYA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Head of School's Welcome,
On behalf of my colleagues and the students of Chhaya Public School, I'm happy to welcome you to our website. While it serves only as a window into the wondrous teaching and learning that occurs here at CPS, I'm confident that this glimpse will portray a community that "engages the intellect, compassion, and talents of our students, empowering them to act with humanity and purpose."
Our commitment to this mission is as evident now as it was more than 30 years ago, when Kusum and Akhilesh Dwivedi founded CPS in Govindpuri in the sick industrial of Modinagar to educate young men and women from this country and around the world. How we go about educating our students has, appropriately, changed over the past 30 Years to meet the needs of students in an ever-shifting educational climate. We educate the heads, hearts, and hands of our students.
I hope you enjoy meandering through our website, and I invite you to step onto campus to see the real work and joy of teaching and learning.
Our goal is to provide exemplary education without discrmintaion. We intend to shape the future of India thourgh investments in education.
Life at CPS centres on a shared commitment to academic excellence, intellectual growth, art, athletics, high standards of ethical awareness, sportsmanship, and community service. The school's traditions and accessibility to a broad curriculum add depth to each student’s life.
The school upholds the founders' commitment to excellence in all fields, with emphasis on its motto Service Before Self.
Chhaya Public School Vaishali is as old as Vaishali. It was one fo the pioneers in education in this area. Founded as a Public School in 1989 in Modinagar, it is a private institution run by the Chhaya Public School Society.
Chhaya Public School, 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.