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Doon Public School

Welcome to Doon Public school

We want that educationa by which character is formed, strength of mind in increased the intellect is expanded and by which one can stand on one’s own feet – Swami Vivekanand

Doon Public school in a unique English medium educational School Board on C.B.SE. Curriculum. It runs under the direct control of the most reputed principal of the prestigious public school of India. The School is situated at the east of Hajipur-Lalgang Road, Naka NO.- 3(Approx 500m. Of Devraj path on straight road or 1.25km North of Western end of Ramashish chowk overbridge) Chakbiganj, Durganagar, Near Guru Vashisth School , Hajipur- 844101(Bihar)

In recent years, there has been a spate of “Instant schools” in every township of the country. It is because urbanisation, awareness of the need of education in all sectors of the society, job requirements and a general desire to compete for and acquire modern necessities & Comforts of life. In fact, in the fast growing world of today for any individual, social, political of economic progress is unthinkable without education. Hence, there has been enormous pressure on already existing schools and the mushrooming of “Instant Schools”. Consequently, there has been an alarming deterioration in the quality of education. However, everyone curses the darkness, but is helpless to do anything. The state of Bihar is not an exception to it. The children have potentials, but efforts have not been made to explore them.

It is rather ironical that education and instruction, seemingly synonymous, are not identical in identical in approach. Most of those who have written about education is much more than this. It implies the development of special and genera! Abilities of mind i.e. learning to know and apply. It is an act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge and developing the power of reasoning and judgement. It is in this area that the present day system of education hasmiserably failed. Schools have become specified cells of imparting knowledge and have failed to give the right education i.e. building of a sound character, development of skills, habits and attributes.