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Welcome To Dyal Singh Public School

Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia the illustrious scion of Sardar Lehna Singh, one of the generals of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, was a great nationalist, an enlightened social reformer a visionary, a man of action and a great philanthropist holding properties around Lahore, believed that the salvation of the country lay in modern liberal education.

The school is spread in about three acres of land. It has a building in a U shape with a playground providing a play field for games like Volley ball, Kho-Kho, Basketball, Badminton, Cricket etc. The rooms are well-ventilated and spacious.

The school has well equipped laboratories with modern facilities. Keeping pace with modern times, the school ensures that practical knowledge is placed at an equal level with theoretical knowledge which is necessary for the proper development of the mind.


In the words of Carl Rogers, “The only person who is educated is  the one who has learned how to learn… and change.”

Education makes us humble. Education creates awareness and expands our vision. We become more aware about ourself, about the society, about everything that surrounds and affects our life. It helps us to develop a disciplined life and discipline is essential for everything that a person wants to achieve in life.

We, at Dyal Singh Public School, focus on discovering, developing and drawing out the hidden talents and the magic lying inside all our students. From academics to co-curriculum activities diligence and a  never-say-die spirit are entrenched in the heart of every student, not only making them well educated students but brilliant human beings.

I wish you all success in life.

The Dyal Singh Public School, Dyal Singh Colony is one of the four Schools run by the Dyal Singh College Trust Society, Karnal. This Society was set up at the turn of the Twentieth Century by Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia with an objective of providing liberal education. The Society first set up a College and a School in Lahore. After partition, a College was set up at Karnal in 1949 and over the last 25 years four Schools have been set up of which the School at Dyal Singh Colony is the first.
The School at Dyal Singh Colony started in the Year 1983 with a student strength of about around 200 and today we have over 2000 students on our roll. The school is affiliated to a CBSE curriculum upto 10+2 with all streams Medical, Non-Medical, Commerce and Humanities. We endeavor to provide a holistic education of a high standard at an affordable fee. We lay emphasis on Academic excellence, Confidence building, Discipline, Communication Skills, Co-Curricular activities and Sports so that the students can achieve success in their chosen careers. There is a strong emphasis on inculcating the right values and our students emerge not only as successful individuals but also responsible members of the society.
We strive to imbibe in our students, a culture of excellence in academics, creativity and all-round development with a balanced ethos of work and play. Our mission is to provide a caring and stimulating environment that offers contemporary educational programme supporting varied career options. Our pedagogy is child centric with an emphasis on over-all growth and development. We inspire students to discover their talents and realize their potential.

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The school has well equipped laboratories with modern facilities.

Art and Craft

The school has an Art and Craft Room, where students of classes.

Computer Lab

Technology advancement has affected every sphere of life especially education.


The library has sections ranging from text books and reference books to fiction and general knowledge.


Each student is encouraged to take part in games and competitions on house and class basis.


Club is an art form and a perfect medium to reflect the problems of the society and nation at large, It leaves indelible effect.

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“UTSAV 40 Years of Excellence”
“Tribute to Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia”
“Virtual Tour of Library”