Hostel Facilities

Residential Facility

At DPS, Residential facility, Joy of Learning has been earnest endeavor to make our students stay in the dormitories ‘A Home away from Home’, where children spend the time sharing their lives with friends from other cultures, districts and religions. For them, Residence life is eating, working, and playing together; building relationships; sharing delicacies and just hanging out. Our Residence staff is at every corner to help that growth – from sponging cuts and drying tears, to sitting late into the night exploring life issues.

Hostel Facility

Separate rooms are provided for junior and senior boys and girls so that they grow up among their own peers and among same age group. Each room is shared by 4 students along with an individual study set, a bed and a cupboard to everyone. The rooms are kept clean and tidy at all times and this work is done when the children are in the classrooms. Fumigation is done frequently and our consultant doctor and nurses often pay visits to the rooms to maintain the cleanliness standards and to ensure that everything is well with students.

We provide an environment whereby students can develop their intellectual talents in an atmosphere of positive encouragement and in conditions that are conducive to work. Daily schedule is well-structured, supervised, orderly and silent.

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Health Care

We request all the parents to submit the health report (can be downloaded from this website) of their ward when they join in the hostel, which will be preserved in the personal file for future health assistance. As the same time, children are examined at the beginning of each term by the School doctor and the School Dentist. Reports of the students are sent to the parents who require treatment. The school has a tie up with all specialists in the town and the students are taken to them when required. All the medicines brought by the students from home are to be kept with the person in-charge and taken by the students under the supervision of the residential staff. 

The school authorities reserve the right to refer a student to any specialist for treatment or operation when the need arises, and when time is at a premium. In all normal cases, the parents will be consulted before such action is taken.