Community Connect Programme

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!