Army Public School, Dagshai

"Army Public School, Dagshai prepares leaders with a vision."

 
                             

Army Public School

    Army Public School (APS) is a boarding school located in Dagshai, India. It lies on top of the Dagshai Hills. General K Sunderji and General R S Dayal established this school in 1986 under HQ Western Command. It is a coeducational residential School affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi, and is a member of the Indian Public Schools' Conference. The school is ranked 9th among top boarding schools in India. The name Dagshai, according to a popular local legend was derived from Daag-e-Shahi. During the Moghul times a Daag-e-Shahi (royal mark) was put on the forehead of the criminals and sent packing to the then Dagshai village. This can also be seen on a rock edict in the school premises. The closest railway station is Kumarhatti located some 2 kilometers from Dagshai. Trains from and to Kalka operate on this track between Kalka and Shimla.


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The first batch of school had 78 boys and 11 girls. Here new students are admitted from classes 5th-12th grade on the basis of a written examination held all over India in Army schools. The school prepares the students of Class X for All India Secondary School Examination and those of Class-XII for the All India Senior Secondary School Examination. 

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