Community Connect Programme

 Community Outreach Programme

Service to Society

 A team of 17 students from Secondary Wing along with their teacher incharge, Ms Ruchi Anand  visited Adwait Public School on October 12.  The aim was to sensitize our students to needs of underprivileged children. The students distributed food packets, books, and toys to them. They shared the nuances of making Madhubani painting with the students there. They were also shown the decorative material made by special kids for Diwali.

In all, students had a good experience and understood that true happiness lies in helping others.

    

Visit to Asha Vidyalaya Ingraham Institute

Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.

 Keeping in sync with this thought, students from Secondary Wing went to Asha Vidyalaya Ingraham Institute, a school for students with hearing impairment on October 16. The students interacted with the teachers and learnt that they were taught using sign language. The mesmerising dance performance by students of Asha Vidyalaya left everybody spell bound. What left them amazed was the fact that they were dancing even though they didn't know the beats. They had a very positive outlook towards life despite having hearing impairment.  The students distributed sweets and food items to them. After receiving the gifts, the smile on their sweet faces was a sight to behold. Our students also visited Sanyas Ashram, Gandhi Nagar and distributed sweets.  Overall it was an endearing experience filled with knowledge for DPSGiites.

          

Visit to Morta Village

The students of the Interact Club accompanied by two teachers paid a visit to Morta Village on 13th October, 2017 to celebrate the festive spirit of Diwali with underprivileged children. The students explained the importance of the ‘Festival of Light’ to the children and played various games with them.

A ‘Diya Decoration’ competition was also organized wherein all the required material was supplied by the club students and prizes were distributed to the best three diya decorators. In the end, all the kids were given Diwali gifts.

       

Visit to Morta Village

A team of students from class XE accompanied  by Ms Poonam Goel visited Poorv Madhyamik Vidhyalaya, Morta  on 29th July, 2017.  This visit was a part of ongoing programme that DPSG initiated by adopting Morta village. The session conducted by team DPSG focused on  speaking activities. Just a Minute  (JAM) activity was conducted by the students as a part of ‘Community Outreach Programme’  All the students  participated enthusiastically. The children belonged to different classes ranging from classes 7 to 10. The winners were awarded colour boxes and stationery items. Such activities would surely help students fight stage fright and enable them to emerge as confident individuals. . In all, it was an enriching experience for the DPSGiites indeed!

        

With the vision to inculcate the virtue of love and compassion, giving and sharing, and above all to sow the seeds of knowledge among the underprivileged students, the community connect club of Senior Secondary wing of DPSG visited the school in Morta village to take interactive sessions with the students of class VIII. The DPSG students conducted English speaking and reading sessions with the school students and even held spelling competition. It was great to see the students actively participating and excelling in their efforts as well. Overall it was an enriching experience.

   

Awekening Citizien

Everyone in democracy has a right to vote. The students of class XI of DPSG organized a rally to spread awareness on the importance of voting. The rally was aimed at educating people on their right to vote and their right to select their own representative. The enthusiastic children spread this enthusiasm in the voters to be a part of the democracy and use the right judiciously.

Responsive Citizen

Donation Drive

Providing support to the needy and underprivileged is the responsibility of every individual. Delhi Public School has been taking small strides by preparing students to be benevolent individuals. Shaping them into true human being is an endeavour of DPSG. To train the young minds for philanthropic endeavours and imbibing in them the attitude of giving back to the society, a donation drive was organized by the Community Connect Club.

DPSG has adopted Morta village

3rd August, 2016
Guided by the belief that every life is valuable in itself , DPSG has adopted Morta village  under the Community Connect Programme.

In order to increase literacy and foster a love for technology in this digital age, classes were taken at Poorv Madhyamik Vidhyalaya on 3rd August, 2016. The young volunteers of DPSG, Secondary Wing enthusiastically taught the students of classes VI-VIII how to draw pictures on computer using paint brush and typing on MS Word. It was an enriching experience for the under-privileged students.

Digital Literacy for the underprivileged

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad has always believed in instilling in its students the sense of responsibility towards society and thereby offering service to the nation. On 20th July, 2016 a group of 15 Interact Club students from classes X and  XI accompanied by teacher incharges Mrs. Soma Singh, Mrs. Reena Chaudhary and Mr. Nitin Kumar  started off on  their noble mission of making the staff and students of Poorv Madhyamik  Vidhyalaya, Morta digitally literate. The students were equipped with  laptops and had planned the lessons well. The team DPSG was greeted warmly by the students of  Morta Village.  The Morta students were sensitized towards the importance of technology in today’s times and were made abreast of various components of a desktop computer. Various drawings made by these students using computer was a treat to eyes. Later the students were given hands on experience on the MS word tool and typing. It was an experience where the young leaders of both the schools exchanged knowledge, skills and values.

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad has always believed in instilling in its students the sense of responsibility towards society and thereby offering service to the nation. On 20th July, 2016 a group of 15 Interact Club students from classes X and  XI accompanied by Mrs. Soma Singh, Mrs. Reena Chaudhary and Mr. Nitin Kumar  started off on  their noble mission of making the staff and students of Poorv Madhyamik  Vidhyalaya, Morta digitally literate. The students were equipped with  laptops and had planned the lessons well to teach digital literacy to the underprivileged children of this school. The team DPSG was greeted by smiles of students of  Morta Village and a very unique  spark of enthusiasm in their eyes was worth cherishing. The Morta students were sensitized towards the importance of technology in today’s times and they were made abreast of various components of a desktop computer. The drawings of computer made by these students was a treat to eyes. Later the students were given hands on experience on the MS word tool and typing. It was an experience where the young leaders of both the school exchanged knowledge, skills and values.

Social Service at Gejha Village

Students from DPSG, Secondary Wing participated in a cleanliness drive held at Gejha village, Noida on 7th May, 2016. They picked up litter from the path. They were provided with masks and gloves . The garbage was then loaded in a truck. The students learnt that one should not throw garbage here and there. This session definitely helped the students understand the significance of cleanliness as well as importance of sanitation, hygiene and health.

Poorv Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Morta

APRIL 6, 2016

A team of class 10 students accompanied by Ms Ranjana Goel visited  Poorv Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Morta  on 6th April, 2016. This visit was a part of ongoing programme that DPSG initiated by adopting Morta village. The session conducted by the DPSG students focused on the importance of sanitation, hygiene and health and thus sensitized them about this very important issue. They taught the students in the government school in Morta. Particularly those topics were taken up which the students of the government school found difficult Moreover, they conveyed them the significance of education in one’s life. The children belonged to different classes ranging from classes 1 to 8. Everyone there participated enthusiastically. Later on the students from both schools played kho-kho. Students from DPSG also learned to play a new game, gilli-danda. In all, it was an enriching experience for the DPSGiites indeed!