Yadavindra Public School is situated in Patiala, Punjab, India. Yadavindra Public School, Patiala, popularly known as YPS Patiala, is an English Medium Co-Educational Boarding-cum-Day school established in 1948 by the late H H Maharaja Yadavindra Singh. Considered among the top ranks of Indian Public Schools. YPS has expanded over the last six decades to a student strength of 1600 and a staff strength of 100. The school prepares students for the Indian Secondary Education Certificate (Class X) and the Indian School Certificate (Class XII) exams administered by the New Delhi Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, which is the successor to the Cambridge University (UK) Local Examinations Syndicate. "YPS is a member of the Conference of Indian Public Schools and is affiliated with CISCE."
The school expects to develop boys and girls in an all-around way; physical, emotional and intellectual with a consciousness of social commitments, Indian art, culture, music, dance, yoga and languages.
Two years of study leading to engineering, pharmacy, commerce and higher education institutions and future careers are followed by 10 years of general education.
The purpose of the school is to provide an all-round education in order to equip students to become worthy citizens of free India, mentally, morally, physically and culturally, and to allow them to zealously guard and retain their noble traditions. The school is targeted at students who are disciplined, trained in mind, body and spirit and therefore best suited to serve their country and best suited to lead others by their example.
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