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

  • 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