Army Public School Noida

Army Public School, Noida (abbreviated to APS Noida or APSN) is a co-educational public school in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. The school was founded in 1995. The school houses 1000 pupils aged 5 to 18. Admission to the school is based on a competitive entrance examination and an interview, held for all new attendees.

Army Public School Noida
Location
Information
MottoTruth is God
Founded17 February 1995
FounderAWES
School boardCBSE
School codeUP0034
PrincipalMrs. Jyoti Rana
Grades1-12
Number of pupils1325
Websiteapsnoida.edu.in

History

Army Public School (APS), Noida is the brainchild of the former Army Chief Gen BC Joshi, who desired to impart education of international standards to the wards of Indian armed forces personnel. The school was founded on 17 February 1995[1] by the then Chief of Army Staff, Gen Shankar Roychowdhury. The school is under the control of the AWES (Army Welfare Education Society). Army Public School, Noida is generally managed by the Western Command of the Indian Army. It follows the CBSE pattern of education. On the reception of the school there is a taurus statue which indicates the motto of the school.

Structure

  • Classrooms
  • Science laboratories
  • Football field
  • Two basketball courts
  • Tennis court
  • Squash court
  • Auditorium with air conditioning system
  • Two indoor badminton courts
  • Two computer laboratories
  • Herbal garden
  • Meteorological laboratory
  • Science park
  • Library with five thousand books, periodicals and journals.

Academics

APSN offers four streams[2] with nine combinations of subjects. Management science, a stream exclusively offered at APSN, includes the subjects English, Mathematics, Economics, Psychology and Computer science.

Academic Index:[3] Board Results Class XII

SerSchoolAppPass>90>80>71>60<60CompFailAPI
1APS Bangalore41419977200281.42
2APS Pune24524435957538110249.80
3APS Narangi294286461037356880233.67
4APS Noida596596590131100626.77
5AS Kanpur98966333718220217.35

Houses

The students are divided among five houses:

House
Prithvi
Sagar
Pawan
Agni
Akash

See also

References

  1. "Army Public School-Foundation and history". 12 January 2011. Archived from the original on 27 November 2010. Retrieved 10 January 2011.
  2. "Army Public School". 12 January 2011.
  3. "ACADEMIC INDEX:BOARD RESULTS CLASS XII" (PDF). 14 January 2011.

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