Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi.
Perhaps most importantly, JPS provides transportation to over 50 nearby villages as well as separate girls’ and boys’ hostels for students to live on campus, ensuring that every child enrolled can enjoy a safe and productive education. Students staying at the hostel are provided, by means of cafeteria facilities both at the school and within the hostels, three meals a day with ample protein, as well as tea and snacks. In-house teachers and caregivers attend to the educational and personal needs of every student, teaching life skills and chaperoning trips to local fairs and events. Within the hostels, common areas with televisions and telephones have been designed for students to relax and connect with family during the school’s off-hours. Drivers are on call 24 hours a day to transport hostel students, should there be any problem.
The two school building complexes at Kuli Dak-Banglow Rd and two hostel buildings on Katna Village Rd. span around 1400 sq. m.
Besides spacious and inviting classrooms, school building also includes important modern facilities including: an aesthetically designed auditorium and amphitheatre, equipped with the latest sound and lighting systems, used for various intra- and inter-school competitions and functions; well-equipped science laboratories for Senior Secondary study of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography and Math, allowing for practical experience to supplement the theoretical classroom lessons; Senior and Junior computer labs to promote modern methods of research and communication; an art room designed to be the hub for students to express and hone their artistic abilities; sports fields, equipment, and coaches for sports and games such as badminton, basketball, cricket, volleyball,and chess; rest areas and first aid help for any injury or medical issue, as well as constantly available transportation to the hospital less than 5km away; and Senior and Junior libraries with a large stock of texts including reference books and fiction in English and Bengali as well as a number recent newspapers, magazines and journals (the school has also introduced the “classroom library”system from class I-VIII, meaning each fortnight every child is issued a new book from the class library collection consisting of books carefully catered to the age-group and to providing variety).