The Prakash Public School were born out of the ideology that children must be given an environment that makes them want to come to school every day. The school, which were founded in 2000 by Mr Om Prakash Yadav, follow his personal principle of promoting individuality through value-based education which promotes a global outlook yet retains intrinsic Indian cultural traditions. His guidance has also led The Prakash Public School to lay a great emphasis on inclusiveness. We believe that education is not only a tool to achieve professional milestones, but also a means to make lives better. This belief is practised by every member of The Prakash Public School. We consider every student to be unique and strive to offer a platform that lets them discover their own special light, at their own pace.The whole school has been divided into manageable sub units consisting of around 300-400 children with 20-30 teachers in each units of Pre-Primary, Primary, Middle, Senior & Sr Secondary. Each subunit is headed by an experienced Coordinator supported in academics by various curriculum developers. The formative assessment forms the basis of working with each child in a planned manner through informed understanding methods. We build upon the basis that the future of our world rests upon the quality of its youth. Quality comes through care and attention. In having to raise children of quality and purpose, to make them the kind of citizens the world needs so much today than ever before, we have to educate children not just with instructions but train them in that direction with all the attention and care they deserve. Never before in our national history did the best minds of India move out in such spectacular numbers to serve communities in distant foreign lands, living amidst unusual climates, strange food habits, peculiar social customs and confusing cultural environments. Everywhere young Indians are scoring success with their performances in science and technology, commerce and art. We salute them for all their excellence and wish them even greater success in their professions. Those who have gone abroad with their families try to contribute their Indian way of life with the lifestyle of their adopted countries. At times such attempts create pressures and conflicts over moral values and cultural patterns. The children see one thing at home and meet contradictory situations outside. Because of this bi-cultural experience they run the risk of picking up attitudes potentially dangerous and sometimes suicidal to their future happiness and success. The school is associated with various N.G.Os method and organizations for social cause beside providing free education to lot of under privileged children. Not only our results in both academics and co-curricular activities speak volumes of our efforts and dedication but also has a profound impact on the environment making it conductive to intense learning. The vibrations and the happiness oozing out from every corner of the school, support our very honest claims.