Science Labs

The gift of science has added greatly to the dignity and sublimity of human civilization and science is often acclaimed as an angel of creative ideas. It is to hone these creative ideas that DPSN has excellent Physics, Chemistry and Biology laboratories; and it is here that students learn to bring their experiments out of these labs to their daily lives.

Physics Lab 

It is an ultra modern lab fully equipped with latest apparatus to provide the much needed facilities to the students from classes I – XII. The senior wing lab caters to the requirement of students from classes VI – XII with 50 students at a time. It also includes a dark room for experiments on light. Besides practicals the lab is also used for activities of the Astronomy Club.

Chemistry Lab: 

The Chemistry Lab in DPS Noida is well equipped with all modern apparatus and chemicals required upto class XII. With the seating capacity of about 50 students in this well ventilated hall, the Lab also prides itself of having a balance room for volumetric analysis.

Biology Lab: 

The spacious, well ventilated Biology Lab caters to the requirement of senior students. Keeping the latest syllabus in mind the models, specimens, charts, chemicals etc. have been well planned. Besides, the lab is self-sufficient with other necessary assets such as hot case, refrigerator and water bath, etc.

Atal Tinkering Laboratory (ATL)

ATL has been set up in the school with an objective of creating scientific temper as well as cultivating the spirit of curiosity and creativity among young minds. It provides an enabling environment for students to innovate through a do-it-yourself approach. The lab is equipped with sophisticated machines and instruments such as 3D printers and microcontrollers for honing the technical and innovation related skills of students. This helps to bring theoretical concepts to life and inculcate a range of skills pertaining to robotics, design, computational thinking and physical computing. Due to practical orientation of this approach, students  learn to “make” which, in turn, leads to the development of real- world applications and new enterprises.