Devbhumi Public School, Srinagar, Garhwal
Srinagar, known as a hub of education, came into limelight after becoming the capital of Garhwal Kingdom. Today Srinagar town is an important cultural and educational centre. Being placed in central Garhwal at a moderate height, it is an important Valley Bazaar in the hills. It has a number of temples and monuments and places for tourists to visit. Srinagar is the hottest place in the Garhwal hills in summers as it is at low elevation of just 560 m. and the temperature reaches 35℃ on some days from May to July. It has chilly winters and the temperature can fall to 2℃ in December and January.
|Motto||-||Learning Begets Modesty|
|Established||-||24 April, 2002|
|Chairman||-||Mr. Pooran Singh Kathait|
|Location||-||Srinagar (Nakot), Garhwal, Uttrakhand|
|Nearest Bus Station||-||Kirtinagar(1 km from School)|
|Nearest Railway Station||-||Rishikesh(102 km from School)|
|Nearest Airprot||-||Jollygrant Dehradun(130 km from School)|
Devbhmi Public School was established in 2002, on the bank of river Alknanda in Nakot, Bilkedar, to provide quality education to the learners in a serene and quite environment. School is situated about 1 km far from the Rishikesh - Badrinath highway at Nakot. The objective of the school is to produce learners with the motto 'Learning Begets Modesty'. The aim of the school is to develop the aspirants as qualified teachers for teaching at elementary, primary and secondary levels soon school will start higher secondary. There is Green Palace Hostel near the school for far of learners. School offers active learning to all the students regardless any discrimination of class, creed and gender. Curriculum of the school is designed to suit the need of the young generation. School is well equipped with the latest technologies so that our students can have pleasurable learning. It is based on computer based cooperative education which is not only career oriented but also enable learners to attain success in all facets of life. "Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each." - Plato,.