Apeejay Education Society Overview

The Apeejay Education Society (AES) was established in 1967 under the aegis of the leading Industrial House of Apeejay Stya – a business group with highly qualified professionals and rich experience in various specialized fields. The AES has been working in the field of education for close to four decades and has set up 25 educational institutions, namely 13 schools and 12 institutions of higher learning, in various parts of India to provide quality education based on innovative techniques and progressive curricula. The Apeejay institutions have on their rolls about 30,000 students and 2000 faculty, and are guided by the vision of the founder President of AES - Dr. Stya Paul, renowned industrialist, educationist and philanthropist and Chairman Emeritus of the Apeejay Stya Group – of ‘value-based holistic education, focusing on acquiring thinking skills and learning how to learn for life.’ Today, his vision of excellence is being shared and implemented across all the Apeejay institutions by Mrs. Sushma Berlia, Vice President of the AES and President of the Apeejay Stya Group.

All the Apeejay schools are members of the ‘National Progressive Schools Conference (NPSC) and are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The Apeejay institutions of higher learning collectively offer over 60 undergraduate, post-graduate and some doctoral level courses in a plethora of disciplines such as management, I.T., engineering, architecture, fine arts, design and mass communication, to name a few. They are affiliated to reputed Indian Universities and approved by AICTE, meeting National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC) and National Accreditation Board (NAB) standards under the UGC.

Besides excellent infrastructure facilities, the AES has integrated IT in all its institutions with computer labs equipped with broad-brand Internet connectivity and campus-wide ERP system networks for computerisation of all management processes, in addition to highly qualified faculty. Various new courses and disciplines are added regularly in line with demands of the job market and the economy at large.