Welcome to Jankidevi Public School
The school has been established in the memory of Late Smt. Jankidevi who took Samadhi on 31st January, 1999 at the age of 104 years. Jankidevi Public School is located amidst the relatively serene precincts of 4 Bungalows, Andheri(W), Mumbai 400053. Jankidevi Public School emphasizes activity based learning and builds close relationships between the school, students and parents. Jankidevi Public School tries hard to build in its students individual competence together with being compassionate.
Upcoming News & Events
The pandemic has thrown open unprecedented uncertainties and challenges, yet our school has maintained best standards of education and has successfully overcome the hurdles in these difficult times to provide continuous learning and evaluation. Your ward must avail the best opportunity for higher secondary education and nurture his/her academic aspirations in a safe and secure environment of our school.
Admission is open for STD XI in the Science and Commerce streams. Please hurry and book a seat for your ward at the earliest, as limited seats are only available.
For admission enquiries call ☎️ 9930879404 on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays- 10 am to 2 pm
Email at- email@example.com
Playgroup to Std. IX (ICSE and CAMBRIDGE) & XI Higher Secondary (ISC) Sections.
Forms are available at the Front Office on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm.
For more enquires call on 022 - 26369845/26334756/ 9930879404
Or click on the link given below
Website - www.jankidevipublicschool.in
Address- Jankidevi Public School, JPS Road, 4 Bungalows, Andheri West, Mumbai - 400053...[Read More]
We are glad to inform about the results of the Asset Talent Search Exam. The following students have bagged the given positions.
Gold Scholar : Niranjan Rasal Std. V
Silver Scholar : 1. Aaran D. Fernandes Std. V
2. Shreyas Sharma Std. V
Bronze Scholar : 1. Archisha Paul Std. V
2. Fareeha Siddiqua Std. V
With much pride and joy we would like to announce that our school has been ranked First and received a trophy in XVIII Mumbai Interschool Sports Kudo Tournament held at Andheri Sports Complex on 24th, 25th & 26th January, 2020.
Due to COVID-19 and the impact it could have on our children, we have received guidelines from Maharashtra govt to keep the schools closed. Hence we will close the school for all students of pre-primary, primary and secondary sections from Monday, 16 March 2020 until further notice.
Worksheets of various subjects will be sent through Teno to help in revision. Also we may have to compensate for this loss both in the primary and secondary sections so you are requested not to plan vacation before 30th April 2020.
However, the board examinations for ICSE std X and ISC std XII will continue as per schedule and there are no changes to the same.
The beginning of the new academic session for std X and XII will also be notified later.
Kindly wait for further updates on Teno.
Stay safe & stay calm!
Our Mission, Philosophy & Aims
Jankidevi Public School’s primary mission is to produce good and virtuous citizens to enable a human-centric intelligent society. We endeavour to formulate the persona of the students by providing holistic education, including an integrated multidisciplinary curriculum comprising facts, skills, physical discipline, music and art.
Jankidevi Public School has carved a niche for itself with a succinct philosophy “Think big, think different, think ahead and aim for the best.” Children learn best with freedom from coercion. The pedagogical process is framed keeping in mind its utilitarian and moral function which encourages not just the acquisition of knowledge but also promotes independent, creative and analytical thinking.
We at Jankidevi Public School aim to develop young people into free, intelligent, emotionally integrated, morally strong, scientifically tempered and healthy young men and women of tomorrow. In short, we aim at proper integration and harmony between feeling, thinking and doing. Our special emphasis is to generate interest which is the best stimulus for learning rather than external motivation such as grades. We aim at a spiral curriculum which posits the idea that a curriculum should revisit basic ideas, building on them until the student has grasped the full formal concept.