Pushpdeep International school was founded by late Mr. Deepchand Ji Dubey, a great visionary and a renowned lawyer of the place. He laid the foundation of the Pushpdeep international school to avail the quality education for underprivileged children whose parents did not dream to educate their wards to the CBSE school but Mr. Dubey materialized the dreams of the parents and their wards. The school which is located far from the city centers has various kinds of facilities as per the norms of CBSE. On the other hand it provides all round development of the students. The school provides the best platform for the students to grow in their life as well as all the walks of their life…….had. Mr.Dubrey not dreamt about it it could not have become possible for the common people to educate their children in such a prestigious school. The whole community of this vicinity shall remain indebted to its whole generation. A visionary not only caters the needs of the present but also provides the platform for the future. Mr. Dubey was an intellectual of high repute. He found education in the service of humanity because education without humanity is useless. The society needs such kind of citizens because they are the pillars of the society wherein the society can trust. To meet the needs of the future generations Pushpdeep International is doing its all possible efforts to compete the robot ridden world where there is cut throat competition along with there is a need of great proficiency and efficiency. Education without moral and ethical values is a farfetched dream. The faculties of the school are equipped with their utmost skills to impart right approach of knowledge in the minds of young students.
The Education Act states that the Patron of the school should carry out the function and exercise the powers conferred on the Patron by the Education Act and any such other functions and powers as may be conferred on the Patron by any act or instrument, deed, charter, articles of Management or such other instrument relating to the establishment or operation of the school.
Patrons will need to consider their own policies in regard to how they will assent to these items. School plans are very important not merely for the development and organisation of individual schools but could be referred to where parents make complaints about the school or where teachers have a grievance about their own employment or where the action of the school is challenged. The authority of an individual Board of Management derives from its appointment by the Patron (section 14 (1) ).