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The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who can not read and write, but those who can not learn, unlearn and relearn.
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The upcoming budget for the Chicago Public Schools will rely on $500 million in yet-to-be-enacted pension savings

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Its a matter of great pride, a greater privilege and greatest responsibility to be the president of Central Public School.
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Who We Are ?

Central Public School was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) up to Secondary level in 2007 and up to Senior Secondary level in 2009.
The School came into existence in 2005 as a result of the dynamic vision of the renowned educationist and social reformer Shri Hare Ram Singh and has ever since proved its excellence in every field.

Duty Before Dividend
This means we give utmost importance to duty than anything else. We know that we have been sent onto the earth by God with a purpose. We can fulfill this purpose if we do our duty willingly, graciously and ungrudgingly. We should know that Work is worship and Duty is God.

We believe that true education is that which teaches us to learn, unlearn and release that potential to ultimately become fine human beings and contribute positively to society through …Duty before the dividend.

The highly motivated, ethically strong and socially concerned staff of Central Public School with their heads held high pledge to cultivate lifelong smart learners who will be professionally groomed, yet socially well adjusted and responsible.

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It is a great honour to be the director of a reputed school, but at the same time it is also a responsibility.
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Central Public School was affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) up to Secondary level in 2007 and up to Senior Secondary level in 2009.
The School came into existence in 2005 as a result of the dynamic vision of the renowned educationist and social reformer Shri Hare Ram Singh and has ever since proved its excellence in every field.

Our Philosophy

Its a matter of great pride, a greater privilege and greatest responsibility to be the president…
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All staff have access to professional opportunities that include international placement, training and professional development programmes.

President
Mrs. Chandra Singh
Director
Mr. Harish Singh
Principal
Mr. S.P. Sharma
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EXAM RESULTS

The Academic year is divided into four-cycle. Each cycle (C) is further divided into two terms. Viz Term I (T1) and Term II (T2). The student has to sit for two Terms (T1 and T2) in order to complete a cycle. Thus a student has to appear in eight terms, namely, C1T1, C1T2, C2T1, C2T2, C3T1, C3T2, C4T1 and C4T2 in order to complete the academic session of that year. The syllabus for each term of the cycle and date for such terms will be made available in the office and can be obtained by paying Rs. 15/- per candidate. The student will be awarded grades instead of marks as per the grading pattern is given below. However, the parents can collect marks from the office with due permission from the Principal.

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FACILITIES

Central Public School has a big library where all kinds of books are available, whether, course books, informative Encyclopedias or books for entertainment, like Novels, short storybooks, comics or travelogues.

Latest News

05-02-2020: ADMISSION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE SESSION 2020-21, TILL 22ND FEB , 2020 FROM NUR TO STD-IX, AND STD XI
TIMING:- 09:00 am to 12 Noon in the School Premises.

01-05-2019: Dear Parents, This is to inform you that the School Timing will be changed from 1st May 2019 to 8th May 2019, due to P.T.--1-- Examination, as mentioned below.

Reporting Timing:-
7.40 a.m. Dispersal Timing:-
9.45 a.m With Regards, (Gowrab Banerjee) Principal.

21-07-2018: TIME TABLE FOR HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION 2018-19 IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE OF CPS ADITYAPUR

17-08-2018: Dear Parents, This is for your kind information that today school will remain closed to mourn the demise of our honorable Ex-Prime Minister Mr. Atal Bihari Bajpai. Today’s examination will be conducted on 21st August 2018 (Tuesday). Other examination will be held as per given schedule. Timing for the examination will remain the same. (Mr. Gowrab Banerjee) Principal

24-08-2018: Dear Parents/ Guardians, Please donate generously for the Flood victims of Kerala. A small contribution of yours will be a great help for the victims. Thanking you With regards, Gowrab Banerjee Principal C.P.S. Adityapur

07-11-2018 : ENGLISH SAMPLE PAPER FOR STD 10

07-11-2018: HINDI -A SAMPLE PAPER 1 FOR STD 10

07-11-2018: MATHEMATICS SAMPLE PAPER 1 FOR STD 10

07-11-2018 : SCIENCE SAMPLE PAPER 1 FOR STD 10


07-11-2018 : SOCIAL SCIENCE SAMPLE PAPER 1 FOR STD 10


07-11-2018: FOUNDATION OF IT SAMPLE PAPER 1 FOR STD 10


11-12-2018: Dear Parent/ Guardian This is for your kind information that PT 2 Examination for Nursery to VIII & XI, PT 3 for Std-IX and Pre-board for Std-X & XII, begins from 07/01/2019 and will be over by 15/01/2019 as per schedule is given earlier. With regards (Gowrab Banerjee) Principal CPS Adityapur


24-12-2018 : DATE SHEET FOR BOARD EXAMINATION 2019 [STD 10 & 12]


07-11-2018: CPS FAMILY WISHES HAPPY, SAFE AND ECO-FRIENDLY DIWALI 2018

07-11-2018: HINDI CORE SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

05-05-2018: What to do during Summer Vacation? Most children will soon be at home for almost 5 to 6 weeks. Mothers, in particular, will get stressed wondering how to keep them occupied. Children this is for you:

1. Do not get up late. Rise at the usual time and go for a walk, or play a game that interests you. Parents let them wake up as usual. There is no purpose in letting them sleep half the day and waste their time.

2. Read the newspaper. Keep yourself updated.

3. Find at least five new words every week and learn how to use them.

4. Spend some time on a hobby; learn to play a musical instrument.

5. If there is a subject you are weak in, try and work on weakening that weakness. You will be more confident when you go back to school.

6. Cover and label all your new texts and notebooks and keep them ready for the post-holiday session.

7. Do not spend time playing video games or using the smartphone, they tend to numb your senses and are a purely mechanical activity. On hot summer afternoons, try playing Scrabble or chess. Your vocabulary, as well as concentration power, will improve.

8. Do a little social service — at least two hours a week. Visit an old age home and spend time with the senior citizens. Teach your maid or her children to read and write. Help your mother in running errands.

9. Sort out your wardrobe. Discard old and unused clothes. Donate them.

10. Spend a little time by yourself admiring nature.

11. If you are old enough, volunteer at a library, your parent’s office, an NGO, etc and feel the joy that this activity gives you.

Parents this is for you:

1. If you have the time and resources, take them on a short holiday, preferably in India. There is no pride in traveling the world over if you have not visited a place in your own country. Yes, not a 5-star resort.

2. Don’t enroll them in a billion classes and keep all their vacation time filled. Let them goof off for a while.

3. Help them rediscover the simple joys of life. If you are busy at work and cannot spend much time with them, send them off to your native place (assuming there is still someone there) to discover their roots. They will learn to occupy themselves without Wi-Fi or computers.

4. Let them help in simple household chores, like clearing the rooms, making their beds, arranging the shelves and so on. Teach them the basics of cooking.

5. Reserve at least 45 minutes a day just talking to them. Share stories from your childhood, listen to their fears (they could be real-don’t pooh-pooh them) and just bond.

6. Take them to your office if you can. Let them observe you at work and see how hard you work for the family.

7. Let them spend time with their friends doing the usual childhood things.

8. Ensure that they read books and not just school books.

9. Let your child bond with the grandparents. 10. Ensure that the family has at least one meal together, and not in front of the television. From Principals Desk.

07-11-2018: ACCOUNTANCY SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: BIOLOGY SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: BUSINESS STUDIES SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: CHEMISTRY SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018 : COMPUTER SCIENCE SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018 : ECONOMICS SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: ENGLISH CORE SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: MATHEMATICS SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: PHYSICAL EDUCATION SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

07-11-2018: PHYSICS SAMPLE PAPER 3 FOR STD 12

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