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Historical Background of NYPS
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Historical Background of NYPS

Miss Yashoda Mathur founder of school started her journey as an educationist in the year 1946 with four students in one class room. It was an era before independence when girls were not allowed to come out of the four walls of their household. Even the minor aberration on their part used to become major social concerns. So parents kept girls at home at that time, and did not allow their daughters to move out of the protective environment. In such an orthodox environment in which girls were not free to select a career/course of their life as per own choice, Miss Yashoda Mathur took the initiative to impart education to girls in Hisar.

For the emancipation of girls she tried very hard to change the apprehensive mind-set of the parents and ultimately, gained their confidence.

Despite adverse circumstances and lack of resources, she never faltered in her responsibilities and commitments. She is a person of great strength and courage with a missionary zeal of imparting education to girls.

In this mission, she was ably supported by her sister Miss Sobhag Mathur with an equal zeal, dedication and commitment. These efforts resulted in handsome results. In a span of decade or so the original sapling of one room school blossomed into a major school which was housed in two buildings. This school was functioning under the banner Yashoda Co-educational High School affiliated to Haryana School Education Board. This school acted as a feeder institute for high classes of 11th and 12th in NYPS

Astounding success of school provided inspiration to two sisters. And they took one more bold step of starting an English medium school in a new locality near Camp Chowk. The school started functioning under banner of Yashoda Public School. After a humble beginning, the school soon acquired a grand stature and a huge massive building was built. The school has 20 class rooms and an air conditioned computer laboratory. This was the first English Medium school of Hisar. Constructed in Mall Road area (now known as Het Ram Park). This school was also greeted by the residents of Hisar in resounding manner and within a short span of time the strength of school got enhanced to 800. This school is also functional and acts as feeder school for 9th class of NYPS.

Both the sisters always wanted to nurture the students with high confidence and instill in them an ability to face the challenges of the contemporary emergent world. They left no stone unturned in providing the best infrastructure facilities to the students. The untiring zeal, unflinching efforts, true dedication and selfless service of both the sisters were recognized by the local administration. The sisters were awarded a 4.5 acre piece of land. Thus in year 1986 New Yashoda Public School started taking shape.

With the thought of providing every student the right platform to exhibit each one’s talent in varied spheres, NYPS became a part of Miss Yashoda Mathur’s chain of institutions.

After the death of Miss Sobhag Mathur, she single handedly carried forward the mission. The staff and students toiled as a unified team and NYPS has now emerged as one of the most successful and exalted academic institute of Hisar.

In this journey of more than 6 decades (1946-2008) Yashoda Mathur produced capable students who occupied senior positions in Judiciary, Administration, Engineering, Medicine and Surgery.

Miss Yashoda Mathur has a vision that an effective school should primarily focus on providing quality based education.

Another fundamental tenet of her vision is universal education which means “Learning for All” In her life she has demonstrated high overall performance and no gaps in distribution of that achievement across the sub-sets of student population.

She employs both qualitative and quantitative methods to raise her school standards. She is successful in putting her vision into practice. She believes in learning for all and therefore focuses on:

  • The quality of curriculum “What we teach?”
  • The quality of instruction “How we teach?”
  • The effectiveness of school “Where we teach?”
  • Unique characteristic and background of students “Who we teach?”
  • Emancipation of women.

She adopted a promising strategy for sustained growth of her schools i.e. building, quality as well as number of school teaching staff. She always guides to enhance the capacity and techniques of staff members.