Hans Raj Model School

Hans Raj Model School is a school in Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi, India, which was started in 1966 with Mr. T. R. Gupta as the Principal. It is based on the ideals of the DAV movement whose creed and guiding spirit are the words of Maharishi Swami Dayanand.

The school buildings consist of three and four storey buildings set amidst green lawns. The Kindergarten is housed in a separate 1.5-acre (6,100 m2) campus.

In June 2010, the school was conferred with the Science Intellect Trophy award by the Science Olympiad Foundation. The principal of the school 'Dr. Rita Rajen Kumar' was conferred with the Best Principal award for the continued support rendered towards popularisation of Science, Maths and IT.

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