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Army Public School, Shankar Vihar, New Delhi
News & Events
29 Oct 2014
Lt. Governor of Delhi has declared 29 Oct. a holiday on the eve of Chath Pooja. So, the school will remain closed on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.
04 Sep 2014
Our Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narender Modi would be addressing the children on Teacher's Day. It is momentous occasion for all of us. The live telecast of the address will be aired on the Doordarshan Channel from 1430 hrs to 1700 hrs. We have made arrangements in the Auditorium for the Senior Students to view telecast
05 Dec 2014
Our school has been awarded with the British Council International School Award (ISA) for the period 2014 2017


Admission to Army Public School is strictly on priority depending on the number of vacancies in each class. Registration from and prospectus for Army Personnel and Civilians are available in the school office.
  • Admission for Priority I (P-I) and Priority II (P-2) classes is open throughout the year.
  • Admission to other categories is given depending on availability of vacancies and result of the entrance test.
  • Tests will also be conducted for P-1 and category students who have scored less than 40% marks in the previous school.
 The priorities for admission are as follows:
Priority I
  • All Army personnel posted to Delhi shall remain Priority I, irrespective of time / stage of seeking admission, provided their wards are not already admitted in any other school in Delhi.
  • Widows of Army Personnel who move to Delhi within one year of demise of their husband.
  • Disabled Army Personnel settled in Delhi and whose wards are not already admitted in any school in Delhi.
  • Army personnel posted to Delhi who admit their wards in schools located close to their place of residence, subsequently applying for change on allotment of accommodation in an area that is covered by the APS bus services.
  • Retiring Army personnel, who intend to settle in Delhi, provided their wards are studying in APS at the last duty station.
Priority II
  • Army personnel posted in field / operational areas / non-family stations who select Delhi as their place of residence, irrespective of the fact whether the wards are studying elsewhere.
Priority III
  • Serving Army personnel posted in Delhi / outside Delhi desirous of change of school for their wards.
Priority IV
  • Ex-Army personnel in receipt of pension including Army personnel who retire during mid-session and settle in Delhi / Noida.
Priority V
  • Army personnel who have been released and not in receipt of pension or from Air force or Navy.
Priority VI
  • Other.


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