Maruthi Public School – Affiliated to CBSE New Delhi. Code: 830167
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Welcome to Maruthi Public School | Best CBSE School in Tumkur City


Maruthi Public School was founded in 2005 with the objectives of providing best education for both rural and urban children and to ensure that its students achieve their highest academic and personal potential. It also aims to give them a firm foundation based upon an understanding of Indian culture, society and ideas.

Maruthi Public School basically follow the CBSE syllabi from Nursery to 10th Standard, within which, flexibility of methodology and the use of experiential learning systems is encouraged. This approach helps to eliminate the need of learning by memorization and develops a healthy and positive attitude towards learning.

Its facilities allow students to participate in the widest possible variety of activities. This ensures that each student can find and develop his own individual talents. In the end, our aim is to create a well-rounded student capable of achieving his highest academic potential alongside shaping his well-developed and whole personality.

Our Vision

Bringing an improvisation in spoken English and creating a science park by 2022

Our Mission

To Instill confidence in each child to explore the world around and meet the challenges

Our Objectives

The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives

Class Toppers

Class Toppers of 2015-16 will be announced here

Teaching Methodology at Maruthi Public School

Our students have many opportunities to broaden their education. We provide a weekly timetabled work experience programme, which allows our students to experience skills as diverse as needle and thread to aero-modeling. Students are also encouraged to visit local villages each week to teach English to both adults and children.

We also run a series of careers workshops. Professional counselors come from Delhi. In their initial visit, these counselors provide our students with general advice about colleges, universities and careers. This allows students then to focus more effectively and to formulate their own ideas, which can then be discussed individually when the counselors return to school.

We are also working towards developing a curriculum for Adolescence Education and General Studies in classes XI and XII. The Adolescence Programme will be taught informally through assemblies and the house system with the emphasis on providing our students with the information needed to allow them to make the correct life choices. General Studies will aim to place a studentís understanding of his own background in a more global and challenging context.