Hostel

DPS Bilaspur Boarding Facilities
Overlooking the lush green sports field and the swimming pool is the- home away from home ‘THE DPS BOARDING HOUSE’. The students are under the guidance of a house master, who mentors them 24×7. The double -storied buildings, has separate hostels for girls and boys, can accommodate 110 boys and 56 girls in well designed air-cooled dormitories with facilities like study tables and proper lighting .Dorm Masters and Dorm Mistress help the Warden in accounting for the work at the end of the month, counseling and monitoring the progress of the students .Besides studies, children are also trained in house keeping which help in their learning experience.

Dining
Well planned delicious and wholesome meals are prepared and served in extremely hygienic surroundings. A gracious and orderly atmosphere pervades the dining hall as students help themselves to a variety of mouth watering dishes- North Indian, South Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines followed by elaborate spread of desserts. The food served is healthy and hygienic, sourced from different parts of the country and abroad.

Recreation
Hostel recreation includes all facilities available in the school, including T.V. room. Evening games and sports like football, volleyball, table tennis, swimming, chess etc. are organized under the guidance of the Sports teachers. Dorm talents get an exposure in various activities like mono acting, singing, dancing and acting etc. Supervised studies are conducted daily in an organized manner during the evening Prep Classes, where school teachers take time out to mentor the hostel students, clear their doubts and help in preparation of Tests/Exams. The students are allowed to go out with their local guardians on second Saturdays/ Sundays.

Celebrations
DPS BILASPUR celebrates various festivals of various cultures. Every care is taken to provide joyous and festive moods to various celebrations. The birthdays of the students are celebrated with lots of love so that they don’t feel homesick. The motive behind this is to sow universal brotherhood and unity in diversity. Religion is not differential; it is in fact a cord which unifies the students coming from different backgrounds.