Laboratories

Math Lab :
The Mathematics club has been created with an objective to explore maths beyond textbooks and apply it in day-to-day situations. Various brain storming activities like solving mathematical riddles, application based games and making mathematical models are conducted to elucidate difficult concepts of curriculum and sharpen the minds of children.

IT Lab (Information Technology Laboratory) :

In this technological period, the computer laboratory at Delhi Public School, provide an appropriate platform to the students to be proficient in handling technology. The computer laboratory is used not just to hone the skills of computer geeks, but also provide an exposure to the novices.

The school has four computer laboratories one each for the senior, middle, junior and pre-primary wing. The laboratories are equipped multimedia PC’s and with a leased line internet connection. All computers in the laboratories are centrally connected to the server. The laboratories are equipped to train students in operating office packages, animation, audio, and digital designing software. The senior laboratory is equipped to provide students with programming concepts. The teachers also get to use the facilities to learn and design their presentations for students.

Science Laboratories :

Physics Lab :  All experiments are carried out under the guidance of expert faculty and skilled lab assistants. Pendulums, spring weighing machines and tongs can be seen in continuous use at the physics lab that is well equipped to satisfy curious minds of scientists in making.

Chemistry Lab : Popping sounds, coloured fumes and regular pungent smell is the order of the day in the well equipped chemistry lab where the students experiment with various chemical reactions.

Biology Lab : Equipped with contemporary scientific apparatus, models and conserved specimens the Biology Lab is ideal for visual and practical understanding of theoretical concepts of curriculum. 

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