Digital Library Visit to DPS Mathura Road by Sh. Manish Sisodia - Honourable Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi & Education Minister on 18 January 2021.

St. Paul’s School is an English Medium School, is one of the oldest school in Tripura. The School has completed 79 (seventy nine) years providing service to the state of Tripura in the field of education. The School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE), New Delhi and is recognized by the Department of Education, Govt. of Tripura.

The School has classes from Nursery to Class XII with strength of above 3500 students. And runs 3 (three) streams – Humanities, Commerce and Science in Class XI & XII. There are 8 (eight) sections each in Class XI & XII and 4 (four) sections each from KG I to Class X.


‘‘Be an Example in Speech, Conduct, Love, Faith and Purity’’

Brief History of Our School

St. Paul’s School, as an M.E. School, was started by New Zealand Baptist Missionary Society in 1943 with a view to teaching Tribal students belonging to Minority Christian faith of the interior villages of Tripura. The School had a humble beginning with 12 boys and 2 girls. From then onwards until 1964, this school was run by the said society. In 1964, the general administration of the school was handed over to the Tripura Baptist Christian Union. So long the medium of instruction was Bengali. The Union with the approval and support of the N.Z.B.M.S. commenced to switch the school over to English Medium in 1971.

The school has been upgraded stage by stage. It was upgraded to Senior Basic School in 1961 to high school in 1980 and to Higher Secondary (10 + 2) stage in 2002.

School Flag

The school flag is dark green in colour, which represents Youth. The ratio of the width of the flag to length is 2:3. There is an open book with a burning candle, which represents learning and knowledge. It is encircled with a border of gold, which represents God. The flag has a white border on all sides representing discipline.

Meaning: “With God’s guidance, youth can strive towards perfection in learning and behaviour.”.