DPS Chas announces ‘Fee Waiver’ to meritorious students

Bokaro: Delhi Public School, Chas has announced fee waiver to the meritorious students of Class 8,9 and 10 for the academic session 2020-21.

Dr Hemlata S Mohan, Chief Mentor of DPS Chas confirmed that the “fee waiver to the meritorious students will be decided by the school management and authorities and could be a 100 per cent waiver of tuition fees who consistently scored 75 per cent marks in their final exams for the past three years.

We believe that each and every student is having some specific quality and deserves access to a high-quality education, one that is rich and full and helps them to reach their full potential, said Mohan.

“Our motto is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to participate fully in our democracy and to be successful in this dynamic world,” she added.

Since education is the key to improving one’s quality of life, all students deserve access to high-quality educational opportunities. This is a moral and ethical imperative and, in today’s global and interdependent economy, it is an economic imperative as well, she said.

“Being an educator, we all shoulder a great responsibility of providing a high – quality education to our students. This is only possible when we feel passionate about our responsibilities. And there is always more to explore for those who live by their passion in life,” she added.

Expressing her happiness Mohan said, we have also got the affiliation for plus two (Class 11 and 12) from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi; admission procedures for class 11 are on for the academic session 2020-21.

The tuition fee waiver scheme will also be made available to Class 11 and 12 students who will clear their 10 Board Exam by securing 90 per cent of marks.

“This is the first time that the school management has extended full fee waiver for the benefit of poor students,” said Mohan while addressing to the media persons at Hotel Hans Regency. Beside others, Vice-Chancellor Murlidharan and Suresh Agarwal Secretary of the school society were also present there.

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