About Kapil Gyanpeeth
KGP is a well-equipped modern educational institution, with the integration of Indian values and western progressive approach. KGP has a vibrant campus far away from the madding crowd and polluted environment. It is spread over splendid 2 acres of land. Lush green lawns surrounded by plants and trees, give it a scenic view. Spacious, naturally lit & airy classrooms provide a healthy atmosphere. The ambiance is warm, friendly and full of life.
At KGP, social, moral and ethical values, which are ingrained within a broad and balanced curriculum, help to promote confidence, direction, and critical thinking skills in the students. This has resulted in the development of well-adjusted, adaptable and integrated future citizens.
All activities at KGP revolve around our commitment to academic excellence, intellectual growth, and high standard Ethical awareness, sportsmanship, and community service. Depth and inquisitiveness are added to each student’s thought process by our traditions and accessibility to a broad curriculum.The school serves grades from kindergarten to K-12 and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. The medium of teaching is English in this Co-education school.
An LCD projector, computer & other equipment are provided in the classroom. Scientifically designed software for each subject which matches the CBSE syllabus helps students understand the concepts with video/graphics presentation. All subjects including science, biology, geography, maths, are made very easy to understand. These hardware & Contents are supplied and supported by EDUCOMP the largest Company in the field.
From The Desk Of :-
From a modest beginning in 2001, we have excelled in every aspect of education, through effective management, teamwork & committed workforce. Kapil Gyanpeeth School with its object to achieve excellence focuses on three core areas: academic excellence, personal values, and social concerns. The academic flexibilities are complemented by a host of activities outside the classroom. Every student gets vast opportunities to participate in and contribute to a variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. We lay emphasis on well-rounded personality development of the students and also in imbibing the importance of teamwork and integrity in them. We strive to develop in each student desire to work with vigor and commitment for the betterment of mankind and train them for a lifelong learning.
Karuna Yadav, Principal
With English as a medium of instructions, the school aims at imparting education which helps the students in developing scientific temper, modern outlook, and lore for the motherland, its culture, heritage and traditions.
Manoj Modi, Director
Kapil Gyanpeeth (KGP) is a humble dedication to Late Sh. Kapil Deo Agarwal and to the cause of his firm belief that “Education is the most important tool for the overall development of mankind.”
Shri Kapil Deo Ji, After getting his education at Pilani, Jaipur, and Agra, started his law practice in 1939 at Neem Ka Thana (Sikar) with a mission to serve the poor and the underprivileged. Soon, he became very popular with the masses and was elected to the Jaipur Legislative Council in 1945 as a Praja Mandal Candidate. He was again elected to the first Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha in 1952. He was the pioneer in preparing and getting enacted the “Rajasthan Tenancy Act 955” which changed the life of actual cultivating farmers.
Throughout his life, he worked for the upliftment of backward classes of the society and poor farmers.
Late Shri Kapil Deo Agarwal
Every Student Should :
Become a leader
Develop creative skills
Acquire healthy habits
Work hard to realize worthy goals in life
Develop a strong social conscience
WHAT OUR STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS SAYS
“The KGP School really prepared me. A lot of my classes at KGP had some of the same content as I’m learning now in college.”
Deepak Dusad, Student
“The creativity and resourcefulness I had was unlocked at Kapil Gyanpeeth. I loved the connections with teachers.”
“I feel so blessed every day that my kids go to the Kapil Gyanpeeth. You have managed to do what I assumed could not be done in a school.”