National Public School - Koramangala

3.0/5 Rating

National Public School Information

  • Since : 2003
  • Category : International Schools
  • Strength : N/A
  • LKG - 12
  • Board: CBSE
  • Co-Education

About National Public School

National Public School, Koramangala was established in 2003 under the chairmanship of Dr.

National Public School, Koramangala was established in 2003 under the chairmanship of Dr.K P Gopalkrishna following the glorious lineage of the elite institutions - National Public School, Rajajinagar & National Public School, Chennai, both established over four decades ago, and National Public School, Indiranagar, established in 1982.

This Institution is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the national body of the Government of India for Secondary Education. It is run by the National Education Trust, which is a linguistic, regional, minority institution imparting quality education.

National Public School family is a vibrant, thriving and a diverse community of children, parents and educators united with an ardent desire to blossom the manifest and latent potential of its scholars. The institution persistently strives to create an atmosphere of safety, harmony and cordiality where youngsters interact, share and adapt themselves to varied backgrounds. In the classrooms of NPS, children traverse through the realms of knowledge, chisel their communication skills, soar high with flights of imagination; on its grounds they happily gambol, create and shatter records, dissolve mutual differences, strike lifelong friendships; in its corridors they learn self-restraint, become disciples of courteousness; in its portals they open their hearts and minds to the unknown and march together to realize individual and shared goals. Our scholars are thus, intellectually and emotionally stable world citizens who not only excel in academics but also don the role of social change makers with their developed sense of empathy.


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Vaibhav Mallya

Posted on October 19, 2022
I studied in NPS, Koramangala between 2011-2016. It was a great experience. The teachers and students create a fantastic learning environment.
Nithin N

Posted on September 15, 2022
It is a very good school.
Bilal Mohammed

Posted on May 31, 2022
Cottons is better
Ardhendu Chakraborty

Posted on April 20, 2022
Lingaraj Mudiyappanavar

Posted on March 7, 2022
I heard good about this school, this year for 4th grade they took entrance exam my son appeared for the same, but didn't get through, to be honest my son is very good in Maths and English and he did explain how the entrance exam was and all, we were quite confident about getting admission but they said he didn't clear. Feedback for the school is they should display on what basis they gave admission, else people will think its biased.
Shubham Rai

Posted on October 25, 2021
Worst principal. Worst communication. Poor facilities and no guarantee your child is safe in or out of the school. No commutation, transportation from school. I am telling you all the parents, avoid your child getting admission in this school or any of there branch. Be safe and stay away from NPS(covid-20).

Posted on June 11, 2021
Not professional. No communication whatsoever on the results of admission exams, nor is there any response for multiple e-mail enquiries. Phone numbers are almost always not attended to.

National Public School Location

National Games Village Complex, 80 Feet Rd, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560047

National Public School Amenities

  • Transport
  • Medical Facility
  • Laboratory
  • Smart Classrooms
  • Computers Facility
  • Library

National Public School Admission Procedure

A large number of parents are seeking admission to National Public School, Koramangala. We would like to inform every parent that we have very limited seats available. As per the policy and directive of CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), we have the following guidelines for admission. Even the department of education follows the same.

  1. The first priority is for siblings. Applications from siblings are more than twice the number of seats available.
  2. The second priority is for children of our teachers and other staff members.
  3. Priority for admission is also listed for alumni of our school. As you are aware, NPS has been functioning since 1959. Children of the alumni group are also too many.
  4. The next preference is for the nationally mobile group, including central services and other transferable services of India.
  5. There is also another category of people who are internationally mobile coming from schools outside India. Bangalore is seeing a large number of this migratory group who are seeking admission to NPS.
  6. Now the government prioritises admission for minorities from different states of India to promote national integration.
  7. Applications for admission to KG II and Grade 1 are not accepted as there is no vacancy.
  8. In other classes admission will depend upon the vacancies likely to arise on account of withdrawal due to parents’ transfer.

To have an effective teaching learning process, we maintain limited class strength. Considering the limited number of seats available, it is expected that those who seek admission will realize and understand the constraints the institution faces. The disappointment of not getting admission should not become a matter of unhappiness among parents.

Admissions to Grades 2 to 9 and 11 are finalised based on performance in the written admission test conducted in the month of April/ May subject to vacancies likely to arise in the academic year.

Exerting any influence for admission directly or indirectly will be a disqualification.

National Public School Faculty

Dr. K. P. Gopalkrishna
Chairman / N/A

National Public School Sports

  • Athletics


  • Basketball


  • Carroms


  • Chess


  • Cricket


  • Football


  • Hockey


  • Kabaddi


  • Karate


  • Kho-Kho


  • Lawn Tennis

    Lawn Tennis

  • Skating


  • Table-tennis


  • Throwball


  • Yoga


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