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Published on Sep 18, 2017 01:28 AM IST
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Palm Beach Road, Nerul

History: The school is one of the 11 Delhi Public Schools (core) of DPS Society and was established in 1999. Spread over sprawling 7.5 acres, DPS Navi Mumbai is commended for its spending performance in academics and various extra-curricular activities at national as well as international level.

Unique features: DPS Navi Mumbai provides to students a holistic environment to face global challenges. It boasts a 5-acre playground with facilities including horse riding and swimming pool.

Highest ratings in: Academic rigour, value for money, cultural activities, infrastructure and facilities, educational philosophy and selection process

Board: CBSE

Annual fees: Rs72,000

Students: 3,655

Student-teacher ratio: 18:1

Website: www.dpsnavimumbai.edu.in

Quote: We impart quality and innovative education incorporating values to nurture our students, enabling them to contribute towards nation building.

J MOHANTY, principal

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