new CBSE Circular - Safety of Children in Schools

new DOE Order -- 7th Pay Commission

new DOE Order -- Dispensing away with the services of Principal/Vice-Principal/Teachers

new CBSE Circular for Tuck Shop

Order No. DoE 18723-727 Dated 21-09-2017 new

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Order No. DoE 2056 Dated 19-09-2017 new

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Order No. DoE 2055 Dated 19-09-2017 new

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Order No. DoE 18612 Dated 18-09-2017 new

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Circular for Pre-Primarv to class ll new

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Schedule for Tuesday 5th September,2017 new

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1st Term Examination Schedule 2017-18(Classes 5 & 6)new

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Indian rivers, the lifelines of our civilisation, are at dangerous levels of depletion. A nationwide campaign to create awareness is being started by Sadhguru, founder of Isha foundation. As the first step Laxman Public school organised a special morning assembly on 22/08/2017. The programme included an inspiring talk on the importance of rivers, a poem, a group song highlighting the life giving role of rivers and a small play to highlight the measures to be taken to conserve river water and to reduce pollution. Tree plantation on either side of the river was proposed as the first step towards river protection.

 As a key step, awareness was created among the students. All the students were asked to give a missed call to the number 8000980009 and promise to protect rivers. Isha foundation members, present on the occasion, applauded the efforts taken by the school.


Laxman Public School celebrated the 71th Independence Day to pay tribute to all the freedom fighters and remember their contribution for the Independence of India. The function began with the unfurling of the National Flag by the HoS, Ms Surekha Agnihotri along with student representatives of the senior most department and the little ones in the junior most department. The enthusiastic singing of the national anthem was followed by a grandeur band display. The patriotic renditions by the choir and the colourful dances by the students charged the atmosphere with patriotic spirit. The theatre students presented a Roopak on Bhagat Singh. An enactment of the role played by Bhagat Singh along with Rajguru and Sukhdev in the freedom struggle of India was depicted.

 The meritorious students were also awarded on this day.

 The children of Pre-School and Pre-Primary made hand bands with tricolour petals with the words “We are proud to be Indians” written on them. The students of Classes I & II made beautiful tricolour cards creatively depicting the symbol of freedom.

 The enthusiasm, patriotic fervour, zeal and zest shown by the students showed that today’s generation valued the freedom that India had secured after innumerable sacrifices.

Notice Regarding Compliance of JADSC Report – Refund of Development fee arrears / Administrative charges

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