MAHARAJA AGARSAIN PUBLIC SCHOOL,ASHOK VIHAR, DELHI
is christened after the great saint Maharaja Agarsain
who was the founder of the time-tested socialist
democratic set-up as envisaged in the ancient civilization.
The Agarwal Welfare Society, inspired by the high ideals
of this great Saint of social justice, community service;
complete dedication for humanitarian ventures, pioneered
several social and charitable activities with a view to give
back to society-MAPS being one amongst them. The school
tirelessly endeavours to bring in new processes in terms
of technology & pedagogy , without compromising on its high ideals.
The Agarwal Welfare Society (Regd.), Ashok Vihar, under the residentship
of Mr. R.K. Sangal and its first manager Mr. O.P. Gupta founded
the school on 10th April, 1978 with the aim of making quality
education accessible to all. It was through the endeavours of
Late Sh. S.C. Gupta that school got the seal of recognition from
the Education Department of Delhi Administration.
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MAPS is registered with the Cambridge AssessmentInternational Education,
University of Cambridge UK.
We offer an international curriculum
wherein academic engagement is embedded within five elements that
lie at the heart of MAPS:international curriculum, teaching and
learning, assessment, international recognition and global community.
Cambridge Pathway, the international curriculum, is for students
aged 5 to 18+. MAPS, a Cambridge International
School offers three stages:
* Cambridge Primary aged 5 to 11 years ( classes 1 to 5)
* Cambridge Lower Secondary – aged 11 to 14 ( classes 6 to 8) Class 9) IGCSE
* Cambridge Upper Secondary – aged 14 to 16 (Cambridge
Cambridge Pathway students at MAPS have the chance to acquire
the knowledge and skills they need to achieve at school, university and beyond.
The wide range of subjects and flexibility gives a chance to shape the curriculum
so that it is exciting and relevant for our students.