The Indian Public Schools are “private, independent and secular” institutions of secondary education established by the government and receive annual grants-in-aid. They are, however, considered to be 'private' and 'independent' because they are managed by the autonomous Boards of Governors and are not obliged to follow the regulations of the grant-in-code. Technically, an Indian Public School is one, which is a member of the IPSC. These schools have a distinct identity and it should not be confused with the large number of schools, which have liberally adopted the words 'Public School' with their name.


We provide boys/girls with opportunities for training in responsibility, leadership, and service with an emphasis on both academics and extracurricular activities for "All Round" development of character.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Schedules

Updating Soon....
  • 2025-01-02
  • The 85th IPSC Principal's Conclave

    The 85th IPSC Principals' Conclave will be hosted by The Emerald Heights International School, Indore from January 2nd-5th, 2025.

IPSC Executive Members