Inculcating the right value systems

DPS PANVEL strives to provide each student with a strong academic background, along with a sense of creativity, with which he or she will experience complete intellectual growth. It is a school that strives to inculcate values that will not only help every student grow, but will make them better individuals; respect oneself and others; compete in extra-curricular activities; learn to take criticism in their stride and develop an appreciation for artistic expression.


  • Building Brotherhood
  • To Contribute
  • Building Responsibility
  • Academic Excellence

interface friendly learning at DPS PANVEL

  • Secularism is a way of life at DPS Panvel. Every festival is celebrated and all children are encouraged to actively participate. Progressive human values like non-violence and unity among diversity are taught to our young learners.
  • Our children are active in different spheres of social work such as environmental projects; each one teach one; old age homes and orphanages, amongst others. Furthermore, a feeling of respect and admiration for elders is inculcated amongst children by celebrating events like ‘Grand Parents’ Day’, ‘Mother’s Day’ and ‘Father’s Day’ from an early age.
  • A sense of responsibility is inculcated with the creation of a Students’ Council, with older students even assuming teaching responsibilities on special days.
  • Keeping in mind Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) and co-scholastic assess-ment parameters, the school is set up to hone the individual strengths and interests of each child. Progress and achievement will be the guiding principle we follow so that each child aspires and attains excellence in his or her chosen field.
  • Academic excellence is an important driver, but additionally, the School will recognise and develop the individual talents that make each student a valuable contributor to society.
  • Peer-to-peer learning has proven to be a success around the world, and we will ensure such opportunities for growth exist within our curriculum.