Academics

Academics

Indus Public School is affiliated to CBSE Board in New Delhi till class XII. However, Class I to VIII  follow a holistic school based  curriculum which is quite innovative and knowledgeable and also acceptable at International level too. This enhances and encourages the wider areas of learning.

 
The school has 4 houses system named on the tributaries of the Indus River:-Beas, Jhelum, Ravi and Sutluj. Every student of class I to XII on admission is placed on one of these houses.
 
The River Indus system is one of the largest rivers in the Asian Continent. The word India is also derived from Indus River. The major city of the Indus valley civilization, such as Harappa and Mohenjo-daro, dating back to around 3300 BC and represent some of the largest habitation of the ancient world and, hence, the four houses.

WORLD CLASS ENGLISH COMMUNICATION
The first school in rohtak and one of the first schools in India to introduce World class  English Communication System whereby students learn how to communicate by blending Indian accent with International accents, speak confidently in the public, therefore, preparing them to be  dynamic and charismatic speakers. In addition, the school has introduced english Communication skills where students learn how to use body language in communication, accents, vocabularies, enriching Verbal and non Verbal Communication and confidence building which is led by an expert of International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

Academic excellence with wellbeing
Without wellbeing, academic performance of students declines. The school has an expert psychotherapist and Counselor, who has been doing research on Psychology and wellbeing from more than 24 countries from North America, Africa, Europe and Some Asian Countries. He encourages all students to open up and share whatever problems they might be facing like mental disturbances, stress, anxiety, depression or pain and give them a one to one therapy and counseling, hence, facilitating the wellbeing of  students in the school and, therefore, improving their academic performance.