The Aditya Birla Public School, Kotputli, Jaipur, Rajasthan is one of the youngest schools of the Aditya Birla Group. The school is an English Medium CBSE affiliated Co-educational Sr. Secondary Day School. It became functional on 2 July 2008 with 325 students and 16 teachers and has reached to 884 students with 38 teachers. The school is situated in the environs of UltraTech Cement Ltd. (earlier Grasim Cement) on the N.H. – 8 between New Delhi and Jaipur. Sprawled over 15 acres of lush green land, the architectural design of the school building is really fascinating and the infrastructure world class. The classrooms are not only spacious but also ergonomically designed to make the young learners feel safe and secured. The school holds a promise of cutting out a niche for itself in the domain of school education not only of the immediate vicinity in which it is located but also of the entire Aditya Birla Group Schools. Our endeavour is to provide holistic education. We believe that student must be imparted innovative education for the overall growth. The school encourage this by integrating co-curricular activity with the curricular. Beside the school has applied for International School Award and encourages the students to participate in the International Award for Young People, Duke of Edinburgh programme.
We aim for rigorous and rewarding education in a supporting environment that encourages the student to take intellectual challenges, explore new academic opportunities and accept responsibilities for their future.
From Principal’s Desk
“.... Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new in life. Curiosity is a delicate little plant that, aside from stimulation. Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school ... “
I feel fortunate and blessed to be in this leadership role and welcome it every day with open arms. Our commitment at The Aditya Birla Public School, Kotputli is to provide a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers and inspired learners prepared to thrive in the twenty-first century.
We strongly believe in the importance of teachers, parents, and administrators collaborating and communicating openly and frequently. We lay great emphasis on our students’ all-round development. Our objective is to provide value based learning and character building; instill scientific temperament and prepare global citizens.
The main emphasis of ABPS, Kotputli is to imbibe strong moral and ethical values in today’s generation. Here we prepare our students, by teaching them to be humble in their lives and encountering hardships with resilience making them the responsible citizens of our country. Our task is to equip students with skills to learn and adapt in a rapidly changing world, at the same time being “lifelong learners”.
I believe my role as a Principal is to guide and nurture the young minds of our school and to establish in them the skills to achieve good health, respect, prosperity and fulfilment.
I am passionate about the students being empowered to succeed. As a Principal, I use all the tools available to inspire staff, students and KCW- community to work together, especially with constant and active support of our Unit Head Shri Vinay Bhalerao ji and Shri Gulshan Rai Kapoor ji, FH-HR (P & A) to promote the students’ achievement and well-being.
I am an avid supporter of effective and innovative professional development that encourages the teachers to be reflective and to continuously examine our practice to provide quality teaching and learning to each and every student. My role as Principal is to keep up pace with latest trends and researches and to be an active partner in the school's professional development.
The ability to be innovative and creative is important to me. I enjoy being challenged and inspired by the people around me, especially by our Mentor, an Eminent Educationist Dr. S. Ganguli, C.E.O. The Aditya Birla Group Schools. I aim to enthuse and challenge the staff and the students to be inventive and imaginative in their learning as well as in day to day tasks.
I strongly believe “Teachers should build classroom climate where errors are welcome, student engagement is the norm, questioning is high and students gain reputations as effective learners."
I enjoy celebrating successes and acknowledge the hard work of staff, students and community and believe this is one of the contributing fundamentals to a happy school environment. The staff, students and community should feel valued and should be appreciated at school.
I regularly consult with my community as part of school-self review. I encourage community engagement in the curriculum and learning programmes. I firmly believe in “Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached.”