Central India Public School (CIPS) is one of the leading CBSE schools in Nagpur established in 2003. It has been just over a decade but school's popularity has skyrocketed. The journey for CIPS began with Panchavati Bahu Uddeshiya Sanstha (Trust under which the school is established) started with an intention to provide education to everyone. Mr. V. S. Tiwari, President of the Sanstha and an educationist realized that good educational institutes are a necessity if society is to progress. He served for 46 years in the field of education as a teacher to principal. After his retirement, his youngest son Mr. Pravin Tiwari, took up the mantle to full fill his father's dreams. While deciding to join his father, Mr. Pravin Tiwari left a very lucrative executive job in the field of engineering. He realized the dearth of a good CBSE school in this area of the city. Thus to bridge this gap, he started CIPS in 2003.
He realized the dearth of a good CBSE school in this area of the city. Thus to bridge this gap, he started CIPS in 2003. The school increased in popularity and parents demanded that a second branch be opened. Thus in 2005, another branch was open at Kamptee road and Kapsi. CIPS now has 2500 students at its two branches. Central India Public School (CIPS) was set out with a vision of creating India where holistic school education would be provided to children and in the process create citizens who are intellectually, culturally and socially worth. The school envisions of children who are confident & enterprising and will excel in every walk of life be it academics, leadership, sports, entrepreneurship, politics, literature etc. The preparation for this starts at school level and CIPS has been marching in the right direction. Be it bagging prestigious awards or students performing well in board exams, the schools have been in the news for all the right reasons.