Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok


Ms. Sunita Nagpal is the Principal of DPS Sushant Lok, Gurgaon since 2015. She has a vast experience of 26 years as an educator of which 22 years have been spent in DPS schools. Before joining DPS Sushant Lok as headmistress in 2010, she has worked with DPS Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.  A post graduate in English Literature, Ms. Nagpal is an alumnus of Lady Sri Ram College for Women. As a Consultant Editor, Ms. Nagpal has edited course books of different projects taken up by EDCIL, including books on various vocational courses.   In association with DPS Society, Ms. Nagpal has co-authored a workbook on listening and speaking activities in English under the guidance of Prof. B P Khandelwal. She has also played the role of a resource person where she has conducted workshops on activity-based teaching of English for government school teachers of Jammu & Kashmir.


Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok was commissioned in April 2005 under the aegis of DPS Society and has 3500 students & 200 teachers from classes Nursery to XII. The school regularly scores a high average aggregate in Board Exams as well as HT’s list of top schools in Gurgaon. It has been twice conferred the ISA Award by the British Council & the ASSOCHAM award for ‘Best School for Innovation and Value-Education’ in 2014. Housed in 2 buildings with bright, airy IT enabled classrooms, it also offers inclusive education. A teacher-student ratio of 1:16 enables individual attention.


CBSE Scraps Moderation Policy
If CBSE scraps the Moderation policy, it would definitely bring down the sky rocketing percentages in CBSE results. Will this also lower the cut off scores for undergraduate courses admissions, is dependent on other factors. It would only be suitable to scrap away this policy if it is done across the country and across all boards too. The important and underlying reasons for this move by CBSE definitely deserves credit. The unrealistic cut offs in colleges was a bubble waiting to burst. This move will relax the students and not put unnecessary pressure on them, provided other boards too join in this movement.
Also, the students will not be under any false impression about their capabilities and hence would pursue courses more suitable to their aptitude.   One cannot help but wonder if such a step should have been taken after prior information to all stakeholders. The Curriculum, Assessment & Evaluation pattern across the examining boards- CBSE, ISC & State Boards should first be made uniform and be standardized. Many state boards, it appears, are ready for this, however all should be in consensus. Ideally this policy should have been implemented in a phased manner. This abrupt change has given a major shock to students and enveloped all stakeholders in a cloud of uncertainty.  Are we really ready for this major change especially after six years of the CCE pattern? It waits to be seen.

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