Equipped For Tomorrow

NPS International, Mysore, provides excellent infrastructure, sound organizational support and ample opportunity for students to develop to their full potential.

Classrooms are designed such that every students gets the teacher's maximum individual attention. An environment where a student spends most of his quality time at school is a classroom. A spacious, well lit classroom with good ventilated and scientifically designed desks are attractive features of our classrooms that ensures physical comfort for the students. To showcase the creative, informative and academic endeavours of the learners, all rooms are provided with sufficient number of bulletin boards. The huge permanent writing board is placed at a vantage point for appropriate viewing of all in the room. Good number of file racks and book shelves are added advantage for both students and teachers alike - as they increase the storage space. Cleanliness of the classroom is given prime importance. Every child takes it up as his/her responsibility to maintain the decor of the classroom. Each class environment is an ever inviting space for a continued and new learning every day.


The Library which is the main resource center for the students and the faculty has a collection of volumes with a special reference section and a reading corner. There are digital media to supplement the book collection. Numerous fun titles and audio visual facilities in the library, cater to the Primary School students. NPSI, Mysore aims to inculcate a healthy reading habit in students by providing them with a varied diet of books. Faculty enrichment is catered to with a wide selection of material ranging from classroom management to innovative teaching learning methods. Resource material in the form of maps, worksheets, Question Banks, etc., are available, to boost classroom learning. A special reference section devoted to competitive Exams is a boon to the Higher Secondary students. The well ventilated ambience is an added incentive for the students to spend quality time in the library. The tiny-tots love the Reading Programme sections which is stocked with appealing books full of illustrations. The library is a favourite haunt of all students.

Science is ever dynamic. There is no final theory in science and no unquestioned amongst scientists. Physics is the branch of science which is devoted to the study of nature and natural phenomenon. The purpose of performing physics experiments in the lab is not only to reinforce the material we learn in the physics lecture but also to enhance our understanding of how scientific knowledge actually progresses. As we perform the experiments, we encounter a messy reality quite unlike the tidy exercises of the text books. It gives the taste of the difficulties and the thrills of real experimentation and we come out with a greater appreciation of how the laws of nature are teased out of "real world". Here NPSites are enjoying a well equipped lab with a state-of-art facility. Students can have a hands on experience with the equipments and are able to connect the abstract theories to the real life application using many devices like vernier caliper, screw gauge.


Biology Lab deals with the Science of living things - What they are, how they work, interact and change or evolve. The living organisms interact with one another, as well as with their physical and chemical environment. Biology, as a discipline of science, demands a scientific approach for analysis of its facts. It is, therefore, imperative that students of biology should have a clear idea about the basic nature of science. Here, students can make temporary slides (onion peel. cheek cells, T.S of stem, root, stomata etc) and observe their structure under the microscope. They can observe permanent slides of cell division, micro organisms and transverse sections of root stem and leaves. They perform experiments related to photosynthesis, respiration, nutrition, excreation and many more physiological processes. Primary class students do visit the lab to observe the different bones/joint of the human skeleton and to observe bottle specimens of various plants animals. Because of all the above hands on activities, students learn their concepts very well.

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