DEWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT was established in 1992 under the patronage of Dewan Daulat Ram Charitable Trust Society, to fulfill the aspirations of Late Shri Daulat Ram Dewan, a dedicated teacher who envisioned the concept of quality education.
It is a co-educational school with English as the medium of instruction and is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, upto 10+2 level. It is situated on 5 acres of prime land in the heart of the city in an aesthically developed campus with lush green lawns and a beautiful landscape. About 7000 students receive holistic education in the flagship school at West End Road and its two off shoots, ‘The Base’ at Saket and ‘Junior School’ at Jagriti Vihar, Meerut. It provides a child friendly environment to foster young minds to develop and discover themselves.
The school’s serene ambience blended with modernity and rich tradition infuses its students with essential life skills and the ability to appreciate values. In its own humble way, the school makes a modest contribution towards an ‘Educated India’.
Shri Daulat Ram Dewan
1902 to 1991
Shri Daulat Ram Dewan, founder of Dewan Daulat Ram Trust Society, was born on 20 April 1902 in a family of progressive zamindars in District Sialkot. He passed his matriculation examination with merit. Because of his aptitude towards teaching, he completed Teachers’ Training and took up the job as Head Master of a Middle School. Later on he shifted to Gujrat and worked as a teacher in Khatro Laboha High School, Tanda Estate, Gujrat (Pakistan).
On partition in 1947, like millions of other victims, he was forced to leave his home and stayed in various camps and lastly settled in Meerut to begin a new lease of life again as a teacher. Teaching was in his blood and he was inspired by knowledge, love and service to all. Throughout his life, he followed the supremacy of the Absolute, the brotherhood of the man and the blessedness of peace and goodwill. As a teacher he always wanted his students to be exalted in excellence, truth and purity, learning and wisdom, culture and religion and above all strength of character. His message to the students was: ‘INVENT FOR THE FUTURE AND REDISCOVER THE PAST’. He left behind a legacy of enriching and fulfilling education.