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08:30 a.m.-02:30 pm
09:00 a.m.-02:30 pm

Welcome to Sobtis Public School

SPS is a co-educational day school that fosters the holistic development of each and every student right from early childhood to class 12th. In addition to a stimulating and caring environment, the school offers values-based education modeled on CBSE curriculum with high quality standards and benchmarks.

Strongly believing in the fact that the future of the country is shaped in the classrooms of today, SPS envisages to train its students in values that are often found conspicuously missing in the contemporary society at large.

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Admissions Open for Session 2017-18.

Chairman

Managing Director

The seeds of hope were sown and our vision began to take roots. The fruits of our labour have been ..

WHY SPS ?

WHY SPS

We prepare our children to meet global challenges while making it sure that they retain in ..

VISION & MISSION

vision & mission

To make the youth aspire, discover, redefine, innovate, invent and become successful in life.

PRINCIPAL

Principal

The ultimate of a man, said Martin King Junior is where he stands in the moments of comfort,...

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world "
Nelson Mandela

HAPPENINGS

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18
May
Summer Camp
Summer camp is a time to relax and rejuvenate, the school organised a special ‘Summer Camp’ for their students from May 18, 2015 to May 27, 2015.
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11
May
2nd T.T. Tournament
2nd Late Shri HIRA SINGH SOBTI JI MEMORIAL (SOBTI CUP-2015)and District T.T. Tournament is inaugurated at our School 09/05/2015 to 11/05/2015.
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21
May
Health Camp
A special health check-up camp was conducted in..
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19
May
Workshops on Creative Food Craft Decorations
To nurture the creative bent of..
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25
May
Photography Workshop
Keeping in view the fact that an early exposure..
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12
April
Trips & Tours
Mark Twain once said, "We learn 10% of what we read, 15% of what we hear, but 80% of what we experience.
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