Function & Events

Microsoft Global Trainers Summit, Gurgaon

Microsoft India organized the Global Trainers Summit at the Microsoft Building, Cybercity Gurgaon from 9th to 11th November, 2016 wherein 115 educators and IT Leaders from various schools were invited to get training into Microsoft Trainers’ Academy. The attendees were trained into Master Trainers for delivering training to educators in different schools. Mrs. Soma Singh from Delhi Public Ghaziabad was privileged to be trained into a Master Trainer as a part of the summit. She is now a certified Master Trainer qualified to impart training into Microsoft Academy in any part of the country.

SPIC MACAY

Kathak Performance by Ms. Rani Khanam

Under the aegis of Spic Macay, the students of Secondary Wing witnessed an enthralling Kathak performance by Ms. Rani Khanam on 15th December, 2016. Ms Rani Khanam along with the musicians was accorded a traditional welcome. The renowned and distinguished star held everyone spell bound with her marvellous portrayal of extraordinary rhythmic sense and grace. She not only explained the nuances and complexities of the dance but also demonstrated it through a mesmerizing performance. The students enjoyed watching the Kathak dance recital and learnt a lot about the dance form, the various body postures and mudras.

SOCIAL SCIENCE WEEK

At DPSG, the focus is on constructively using the passion, power and abilities of the youngsters to bring out the best in them. With this idea, Social Science Week was celebrated in the Secondary Wing from 5th December to 9th December wherein the students actively participated in an array of activities.

The activities conducted were Making of Newspaper on Demonitization, Poster Making on Human Rights, Slogan Writing on Swachchh Bharat Abhiyaan, Board Making on Demonitization, Mock Parliament, Fancy Dress Competition, Extempore and Debate on social issues. The guest lecture on Geography enhanced their knowledge on the subject. The week long celebrations concluded with students preparing models on green energy and clean energy. The week ended on a good note and hopes for a better and more democratic way of facilitating students for participating in contemporary national and international issues.

Special Assembly On Christmas

The much awaited festival ‘Christmas’ was celebrated with great zeal in the Secondary Wing. Students of class IX G conducted a Special Assembly. They narrated the interesting facts related to Christmas and through a story depicted the significance of the festival. It was a beauteous moment with children propounding the traditional values attached with the festival. The assembly culminated with a mellifluous carol rendition by the choir group and Santa giving gifts to the children. A wave of cheer enveloped the school surroundings, spreading the message of faith, happiness and peace.

MUN - IMS GHAZIABAD

A delegation of 22 students from both Secondary and Senior Secondary Wings under the guidance of Mr R.N Mohapatra participated in a two day Model United Nations conference organized by IMS Ghaziabad on 16th and 17th December, 2016 wherein students from DPSG stole the show. Five students were ajudged the best delegates across different committees. The school team also bagged the best delegation award.

PRESS RELEASE- SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY- 2016

In a solemn ceremony held in DPSG Meerut Road on 29th December 2016 around 1100 students from classes VI –XII were awarded scholar badges in recognition of their  outstanding academic excellence. The dignitaries to grace the occasion were Dr. Satyapal Singh, Member of Parliament, Mr Sudhir Chaudhary, Mahamantri, Western UP, BJP Unit and Mr Anshul Pathak, Vice Chairman and Treasurer, DPSG Society. Parents and kin of the young scholars were also invited who proudly witnessed their wards receiving honours.  The students who were awarded scholar badges for three years were given   blue blazers whereas   six year scholars were awarded blue ties as a hallmark of their academic brilliance.

Principal Ms. Jyoti Gupta congratulated the proud winners and said that  the school nurtures the students in such a way that they excel in life and remain beautiful human beings.  Dr Satyapal Singh gave invaluable lessons of life by telling the students that education is about imparting essential life skills to the students so that they become good human beings. Mr Anshul Pathak expressed his belief that success should be managed in such a way that it qualifies an individual to bring a positive  impact on others.
The programme concluded  with the Vote of Thanks proposed by Mr Akashdeep Sharma, Headmaster, Senior Wing.  

IT Week

IT Week was celebrated in the Secondary Wing wherein students participated in an array of activities enthusiastically. Class 7 students prepared posters using Photoshop on Artificial Intelligence. Students also had a session on Game Development. Students from class 8 prepared posters and banners on the topic- Cyber Crime, Cyber Law and Safe Internet. Students from class 9 participated in the Gaming Competition.

IT Events

On 26th December, 2016, students of class X attended a session on Paradigm Shift in Computing Technology, ICT & its application – Technical, Social, Economic and Environmental Perspective by Dr Sunil Pandey, Director (IT) – Institute of Technology & Science, ITS, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad. Class VIII students participated in a rally on 27th December for creating awareness on ‘Safe Internet’.

British Council

On 7th of December, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad hosted a meeting of thirteen assistant teachers from British Council along with Mr. Arjun Bahadur, Assistant Director British Council of India. The teachers who attended the meeting were Lawrence Alexandra, Lucie Rae Cullinane, Anna Hough, Rachel Russel, Anna Stringer, Rebecca Wimby, Melissa White, Cecil Grove, Emily Grove, Amy Beckon, HopeEP Rapp, Charles Hugh, Thomas Wilkinson.  They were felicitated with handmade paintings and eco-friendly bouquets. The guest teachers introduced themselves and shared their learning experiences through PPT’s. They also sang a carol. Mr. Thomas Wilkinson , assistant teacher at DPSG looked after the overall arrangement of  the meeting.

DPSGS Sports & Cultural Fest 2016

The DPSG Society organized the Inter DPSG School Athletic Meet and Performing Arts Summit at DPSG Meerut Road campus on 16th and 17th December 2016. The event saw participants of all DPSG Society schools compete in various athletic and cultural events. About 1250 enthusiasts from 7 schools of DPSG Society came together ona common platform to celebrate excellence in sports, music and dance. The dignitaries to grace the inaugural ceremony were Mr Chandrashekhar, SangathanMantri, BJP, Mr. Gaurav Garg, Member BJP, Mr AnshulPathak, Vice Chairman & Treasurer, DPSG Society, Mr. Rohit Pathak, Member, DPSG Society and Principals of DPSGS group of schools.

In her address, Principal Ms. Jyoti Gupta welcomed the participating schools and thanked the Management of the DPSG Society for organizing such events which help in building the camaraderie, team spirit and sportsmanship of the students.

The programme began with the march past by the school contingents followed by the oath ceremony administered by Mr Anshul Pathak. He wished the participants and advised them to participate in the event with true sportsmanship. The Chief Guest appreciated the discipline and organizational skills of  the school and  urged the students to be  patriotic  by  saving   the natural resources and curbing the ills of the society.

Aavishkar Quiz October 2016-17

Quizzes are the way to enhance learning because this world is practical and knowledge should not be compressed within four walls. CBSE Aavishkar quiz October 2016-17 was conducted on 14th October, 2016 at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad for students of Class IX. There were 7 rounds; the theme of the quiz was Sound and Music which was followed by science and technology, mathematics, social studies, financial literacy, rapid fire and general awareness. The event saw participation from all the seven houses - Cauvery, Ganga, Godavari, Jhelum, Satluj, Yamuna and Ravi. All participants performed very well. Both Cauvery and Ravi house bagged the first position, followed by Satluj and Godavari house secured the third position.

Special Assembly on World AIDS Day

A special assembly was organized on the occasion of World AIDS Day on 1st December, 2016 for the students of classes IX, X and XI. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease.

Dr. Poonam Gupta MBBS, MD (obstetrician and gynaecologist) graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. She sensitized the students on HIV AIDS and enlightened the students on the myths and taboos of the same. Giitanjali of class XI, Archik Sachdeva of class X delivered a  speech on AIDS. Chakshita Gambhir of class X shared some facts on the same.  A rally was flagged off by Dr. Poonam Gupta and the Principal, Ms. Jyoti Gupta.

CULTURAL EXTRAVAGANZA AT DPSG

 Vision without Action…Is Just a Dream
Action without Vision…Just Passes the Time
But, Vision and Action…Can Change the World

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized the annual cultural extravaganza titled Ashok Chakravarti Dhammarakhit Samrat on 26th   and 27th November, 2016.

The Honourable Guests Ms Mridula Sinha, Governer of Goa; Dr Vinnie Jauhari, Director-Education Advocacy, Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd, graced the occasion on 26th November, 2016. Mr Milan Hovorka, Ambassador, Embassy of Czech Republic; Mr Ashu Verma, Mayor, Ghaziabad; Ms Mrinalini Singh, D/o Gen. V.K. Singh; Mr Santosh Yadav, MD, Noida Metro graced the occasion on 27th November, 2016.

The members of DPSG Society Mr. Om Pathak (Founder &Chairman); Ms Niharika Pathak, Chairperson, DPSG, Meerut Road; Mr. Anshul Pathak, Vice Chairman &Treasurer, DPSG Society; Mr Rohit Pathak, Member, DPSG Society; Mr R.K.Sharma, CAO & Joint Secretary, DPSG Society were among the other esteemed guests.

 Principal, Ms Jyoti Gupta in her address stated that the ethos of the school rests in the strong sense of standing together as a family, to encourage the students to dream big so that they develop valuable life skills and become independent, resilient and confident individuals.  Stating his vision for the school, Mr. Om Pathak, stated that the school aims to have a more vibrant connect with the community and the parents. He also stated that the school caters to the needs of the society by equipping its students with confidence, discipline and decision making ability to act and achieve their goals. He also emphasized on the need for a dynamic education process and urged the youth to dream big to achieve substantial.

The programme commenced with the auspicious lighting of the lamp by the Honourable Guests and the Management Members of the DPSG Society. Thereafter, the students of Senior Wing presented the annual report listing the year long achievements of the institution in various fields.

The cultural fiesta witnessed participation of students from classes VII & VIII on 26th November and classes IX & X on 27th November. The home enterprise, a theatrical dance drama Ashok Chakravarti Dhammarakhit Samrat mesmerized the audience with unmatched synchrony, rhythm and finesse. It reverberated with the message that as good human beings one must endeavour to master the minds before one is enslaved by it.

The programme was a grand success. Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary wing   proposed the vote of thanks.

DPSG celebrates Childrens' Day

Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.

In India, Childrens' Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru on 14th  November.  Considering his contributions and love towards children,  Students from Secondary Wing celebrated Children's Day on 11th November, 2016. An array of activities was held for various classes. The details of the activities are as follows -

Class VII -  Collage making on bonding between grandparents and grandchildren
Class VIII - Poster Making on childhood
Class IX  - Article Writing
Class X - PPT on Childhood
The best three participants from all the classes were awarded certificate of appreciation.

Donation drive at Morta 11.11.16

Happiness does not result from what we get but from what we give.

Keeping this noble thought in mind, the students from DPSG, Secondary Wing escorted by  Ms Suchi Sharma and Ms Ashima Sharma went to Poorv Madhyamik Vidhyalaya, Morta. The visit was a part of the Donation Drive held on the occasion of Diwali by the school. Various things like clothes, books, stationery items etc were given to the underprivileged students to fill their hearts with joy.

The young volunteers from DPSG conducted 'kabaddi' match for boys and 'kho-kho' for girls which was enjoyed by the participants.

Bal sahyog report in hindi

CBSE Gymnastics National Championship

Amulya Sharma, Vrinda Garg and Anchal Pandey of class VIII participated in the CBSE Gymnastics National Championship 2016. The event was held at Khel Gaon Public School in Allahabad.

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY on DIWALI

A Special Assembly was conducted to mark the occasion of Diwali on 15th October, 2016 by the students of class IXE. The programme started with a beautiful musical rendition by the choir. A skit depicting the evils of child labour as well as the hazardous effects of pollution was beautifully presented. Students also spoke about the essence and beauty of ‘Diwali’ by explaining its significance and how it is celebrated. The values of harmony, respect and friendship too found familiarity amongst the receptive audience. Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing appreciated the efforts of students and encouraged them to celebrate a cracker free Diwali thereby conveying the fact that crackers are of no use, they are just environment abuse. In all, the programme was a huge success.

Interactive session on Power of Positive Thinking

The aim of education is the knowledge, not of facts, but of values. 
DPSG truly believes that value based education promotes effective learning and underpins the continuous improvement of personal, social, moral and economic wellbeing. It equips children to cope adequately with life.  Keeping this thought in mind, an interactive session was held on Power of Positive Thinking on 27th October, 2016. The session was addressed by Swami Shantatmananda, Secretary, Ramkrishna Mission, New Delhi. Swami Shantatmananda is deeply committed to spreading of value education amongst the youth, especially school and college students. The session helped the students to understand that happiness depends on the habit of mind we cultivate. It makes a big difference in your life when you stay positive.

Interaction with Mr Ashu Verma, Mayor, Ghaziabad

Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world. 

 Keeping this thought in mind, students from Secondary Wing had an interactive session with Mr Ashu Verma, Mayor of Ghaziabad wherein they talked not only about celebrating eco friendly Diwali but also about their effort in spreading awareness amongst the people of Ghaziabad.
As the demand of crackers swells on occasions like Diwali, children are forced to work in a fire cracker factory which is a major cause of concern. Students discussed about child labour in the cracker industry, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan with reference to river Hindon.

Mr Ashu Verma won the students’ heart by having a candid heart to heart talk with them. He promised them to extend his full support in their endeavours for a noble cause.

Students also met Ms Nidhi Kesarwani, DM, Ghaziabad. They gave her a letter with the message from the school on various endeavours DPSG is carrying out in the community to make it a better place to live in. This truly justified the saying –“This is a time for bold measures. This is the country, and you are the generation.” The DM wished the students good luck in all their ventures.

Report  Magic Show and World Student’s Day

DPSG believes that school is a world in miniature where children receive training for life, where effective, meaningful and joyful learning takes place. In order to raise funds to help the Red Cross Society and to break the monotony from the rigorous routine of classroom teaching, a magic show was organized for the students of DPSG. Mr J.K Samrat and Mr G.S. Samrat displayed their magical skills.  The students thoroughly enjoyed the programme as the magicians made them laugh and gasp in wonder at their tricks.

The day also saw the celebration of the birth anniversary of the former President, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Rich tributes were paid to him on this ocassion.  Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was an inspirational figure and his mission in life was to ignite young minds. He always asked children to dream big. The programme culminated with the oath taking ceremony wherein students pledged to build a strong, prosperous and peaceful India. The UN declaration has marked his birth anniversary as ‘World Students Day' which will fulfill his last wish to be remembered as a teacher.

Speaking on the occasion, Principal, Mrs. Jyoti Gupta said that such celebrations would go a long way in helping students inculcate good values so that they grow up to become compassionate, caring, well- informed and responsible individuals.

Work Education Exhibition

 Those who do not train their hands, who go through the ordinary rut of education, lack music in their life.                   

- Mahatma Gandhi

Students of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Secondary Wing organized a Work Education Exhibition on 15th October, 2016. The event aimed at providing a common platform to the students to give shape to their innovative ideas and enable them to learn from each other’s experiences.

Students participated in an array of activities like diya decoration, best out of waste, block printing , flower making,  cross stitch, box making, flower pot decoration  etc. The exhibits were beautifully displayed and were appreciated by one and all present there. The Inter House Rock Band competition saw students of different houses performing on self composed songs. Students from Godavari House emerged as winners.

In all, the programme was a great success as it helped students to develop proper attitudes, values and habits towards work.

Mahatma Gandhi 147th Birth Anniversary

Report
 Mahatma Gandhi’s 147th Birth Anniversary
6th October, 2016
 

“If we want to reach real peace in this world, we should start educating children.”
                                                                                                 Mahatma Gandhi

To commemorate Mahatma Gandhi’s 147th Birth Anniversary, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad in collaboration with Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament & Peace (CNDP) organized an Inter School event on the theme ‘Give Peace a Chance’ on 6th  October, 2016.
The event was aimed at promoting the importance of peace and harmony among the students.
The participating students from schools from Delhi, NCR made their presentations on the theme of ‘Give Peace a Chance’.

The Chief Guest for the day was Mr. N. D. Jaiprakash, one of the founder members, CNDP. He inspired students with his words of wisdom. The power point presentation on Hiroshima enlightened the students about this tragic incident.

Principal Mrs Jyoti Gupta welcomed and addressed the gathering.  She, in her speech,
emphasized that peace does not come  only by explaining its importance, but actually by practicing it. She also urged the young brigade to come forward and propagate Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of peace.

The event proved to be a great success and motivated the students to promote and practise peace and harmony.

Donation Drive at Dasna Jail

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
                                                                                                                           ---Mahatma Gandhi
There is no greater happiness in the world than to bring joy and bliss in another person’s life. Looking beyond our individual needs and opening up our hearts to others is in a way a feeling of oneness with society and mankind.  DPSGiites have always believed in sharing and helping others. This year students from Secondary Wing celebrated Diwali with children at Dasna jail by donating stationery items and sweets. They learnt that to give pleasure to a single heart by a single act is better than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.

Principal, Ms Jyoti Gupta said that school is the best place to inculcate virtues like empathy and further reiterated that DPSG always strives to serve the oppressed humanity with dedication and enterprises to map academic excellence with a humane value system. 

Girls’ education is a way to developed nation

Keeping this thought in mind, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated International Day of Girl Child in the first week of October. Various activities like slogan writing, poster making, essay writing were held for classes 7-10. A special assembly was also conducted wherein students from class 9 presented a skit to spread awareness about the same. The Guest Speaker

Mr. P M Mathew shared his views on the need of celebrating this day and emphasized that the future of the country will be bright when we educate our boys and girls equally without discrimination.

this day in the first week of October by conducting various activities for classes 7-10.

CLASS 7 – Slogan Writing
Class 8 – Poster Making
Class 9 & 10 – Essay Writing

A special assembly was also conducted wherein students from class 9 presented a skit to spread awareness about the same. The Guest Speaker Mr P M Mathew shared his views on the need of celebrating this day.

Felicitation of Teachers at DPSG

The DPSG  Society celebrated Teachers' Day  on 5th September 2016 at DPSG Meerut Road by felicitating the teachers for their meritorious services rendered to the institution. Ms Ritu Sikri and Mr. Sanjeev Mitra  were awarded with  Gold medals  for their service in the institution for more than  25 years and Silver medals were conferred upon those who have been working for more than 15 years. The dignitaries who graced the occasion were Dr. Mahesh  Sharma, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture & Tourism and Civil Aviation; Mr. Om Pathak, Chairman, DPSG Society, Meerut Road, Mr. Anshul Pathak,Vice Chairman, DPSG Society; Ms Niharika Pathak,  Chairperson- DPSG and , Mr Rohit Pathak, Director-HR., DPSG Society.

Principal Ms Jyoti Gupta, in her address, highlighted the role of teachers in moulding the young minds and emphasized  thatthe insight, dedication and sense of responsibility of the teachersat the DPSG schools is indeed remarkable. The Chief Guest emphasized on the pivotal role played by the teachers in the society and commended the efforts of the  school   management  in imparting quality education to the students. He saluted the dedication and commitment of the teachers in nation building. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Dharmendra Goel, Principal, DPSGV.

Science exhibition 2016-17

Science exhibition 2016-17 was held on 27th August, 2016. It was an enriching experience for the students of Classes 7th to 10th as they were able to apply whatever they had learnt and showcase their scientific skills. The Guest of Honour for the day were Mr. Piyush Madhav and Ms. Shikha from Milset India.

The guests observed all the science models put up in the exhibition and were mesmerized by the work displayed by our budding scientists. They motivated the participants to explore new horizons and be creative, and appreciated the school’s efforts for providing a forum for children to pursue their natural curiosity.

They also expressed the belief that this Science Exhibition would go a long way in augmenting the spirit of enquiry, creativity, objectivity and aesthetic sensibility among the students.

Report on Japanese Band

A Japanese Band was presented by the Japanese Singers Group, ‘NAMASTE CHORUS GROUP’ introduced by Ms. Miki Shimizu on 20th August, 2016. The group was headed by Ms. Mami Mizuarai. This group presented several Japanese songs, including ‘TUM HI HO’ song translated in Japanese from a Bollywood movie. The guests conducted a workshop with the Japanese students. In this workshop, the students learnt how to sing traditional Japanese songs.

Report Hindi Week Page

Special Assembly on World Peace Day

In collaboration with CNDP (The Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace), a special assembly was held on 8th August, 2016 to commemorate the World Peace Day. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Ms. Vidya Rao (renowned kathak performer) from CNDP. Anjani Bahl of Class IX presented a speech on the importance of Peace in today’s context. Peace News was read out by Shreya Arora and Shreya Bathla followed a dance performance.

Inter-House Extempore Competition

Class VIII

The students of class VIII showcased their oratory skills in the Inter-House Extempore Competition which was held in the Senior Auditorium on 12th July, 2016. This competition provided the young participants an opportunity to express their views and perspectives on the given topics.

Anandita (Ganga House),  8B secured the  first position,  Nandini Bansal (Satluj House), 8B stood second and Nandini Sharma (Satluj House) of 8E stood third in the competition.

CLASS VIII PRESENTATION - ALLADIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP

20th August, 2016

On 20th August, 2016, students of class VIII presented a musical theatrical presentation Alladin and the Magic Lamp. This presentation highlighted the importance of wisdom, wit and  intelligence. It showcased   that  Alladin rose to the pinnacle of success  because of his willingness  to dare and face the challenges.

The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr.Ashu Verma, Mayor , Ghaziabad. Principal Mrs. Jyoti Gupta welcomed and addressed the gathering. In her address she reiterated the necessity of co-scholastic activities to develop leadership qualities, fight stage fright and its demand in higher education as children of today are citizens of tomorrow.

Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing, proposed the Vote of Thanks. The cultural extravaganza presented in the special assembly was a grand success. 100% participation of class VIII students was ensured. The students and the parents thoroughly enjoyed the programme.

Multidisciplinary activities for the Formative Assessment were based on this presentation.

CLASS X PRESENTATION & INVESTITURE CEREMONY

15th August, 2016

The 70th Independence Day was celebrated at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. Rich tributes were paid by the students to the heroes who sacrificed their lives to bring this glorious day to India, through a musical theatrical drama ‘Subhash Chandra Bose’. The rhythmic drum beats, foot tapping music and vibrant dances mesmerized everyone  present there. The melodious rendition of the song ‘Vande Matram’ by the staff members added patriotic fervour to the programme.

 The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr H.G.S.Dhaliwal, Deputy Director General, Bureau of Civil Aviation Security. Principal, Mrs Jyoti Gupta, in her address emphasized on providing a balanced education that addresses the academic, social, emotional and physical aspect of a student’s life. She also reiterated young leaders to be good human beings by internalizing the values of truthfulness, courage and compassion.

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad also bestowed the deserving young talents of the school with the responsibility of leading their school with commitment, confidence and competence. The investiture ceremony thus marked the inauguration of the student council for the academic session 2016-17.  Mr H.G.S.Dhaliwal did the honour of giving away the badges and flaps and administered the oath to the prefects.  One could see the happiness and sense of achievement etched on the faces of the newly appointed Council Members who were flushed with confidence and excitement to discharge their duties with utmost dedication and sincerity. 

The presentation was a huge success.100% participation of class 10 students was ensured.

A ‘Kite Flying’ competition was also conducted on this occasion.  The students of classes IX & X could be seen flying their colourful kites intently.

 

Digital Literacy at DPSG

The student ambassadors have taken the challenge of teaching the basic application of computer science to the grade 4 staff of the school. Classes are held every working Saturday for two hours. This digital literacy would definitely help the grade 4 staff with everyday skills such as being able to check their bank statements online. Completing these classes successfully will no doubt give them a sense of accomplishment and confidence to face the modern world.

Vad Vivad Pratiyogita

MATHEMATICS WEEK (2016 – 17)

Mathematics rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty, a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture - defined by Bertrand Russell. To remember the great Mathematicians and making students aware of their work, The Mathematics Week, was celebrated in DPSG from 18th July, 2016 to 22nd July, 2016. Different Mathematical activities were held for different classes to help the students discover their latent interests in the subject.

An array of activities like 3D Snowflakes , Tangrams, Posters on Golden Ratio, Tessellations, Mathematics board making were held for students of classes 7 to 10.

The week concluded with an interaction between Mr Lakshman and students of class 10 wherein Mr Lakshman explained the students how banking can be interesting and a good career option for students.

Staff Enrichment Programme

  • Ranjana Sharma and Rishpa Masih attended Value Education Workshop based on the theme ‘The Awakened Citizen Programme’. The workshop was conducted by Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi, on 5th and 6th May, 2016. The purpose of this workshop was to inculcate the day to day values in children.
  • Ms Mohini Kapoor, Ms Ritu Verma and Ms Ruchi Kansal attended a workshop on Online Lab at DPSG Vasundhara. The workshop was conducted by CBSE on 19th July, 2016.
  • TGTs’ from the schools of DPSG Society attended the Continuous Professional Development Programme from 21st to 25th June, 2016 at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Meerut Road. CPD Programme is for in service teachers and is developed on the fundamental recommendations of the NCF2005. The prime purpose of the programme is to enable teachers to analytically reflect on their day to day practices to help them make informed decisions about their own professional journey.

Regional Teachers’ Training Workshop

Mrs. Soma Singh attended a day long Regional Teachers’ Training workshop of Resource Persons for National Children’s Science Congress at KN Modi Commerce and Science Inter College Modinagar, Ghaziabad on 15th July, 2016. The workshop was based on the theme – ‘Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development’.

DPSG CELEBRATES VAN MAHOTSAVA

2nd July, 2016

Van Mahotsava is an annual tree planting festival of India. This movement was initiated in the year 1950 by the then, Union Minister for Agriculture, Dr KM Munshi. Since then, it has gained immense national importance and every year, millions of saplings are planted all across India in observation of the Van Mahotsava week.

DPSG celebrated Van Mahotsava with enthusiasm and fervour. Various activities such as plantation drive, essay writing, slogan writing, poster making etc were conducted to commemorate the occasion.

Mr Gyanendra Singh, ADM, Finance and Revenue, Mr. B.P.Singh Yadav, DFO, Mr Asif Shahzad, Forest Ranger, Mr Vijay Pal Baghel, The Green Man of India, Mr Anil Kumar Yadav, Traffic Inspector, Ghaziabad were the guests on the occasion.

Principal Ms Jyoti Gupta welcomed the guests and urged the young brigade to be pro-active and pre-empt in conserving nature by planting trees not only in the school, but also in their neighbourhood. She appealed to the students to keep their surroundings clean and maintain the natural resources for generations to come. Later, students planted the saplings they had brought from home and pledged to save mother earth.

The guests in their speech lauded the efforts of students and spoke about the importance of saving environment by planting trees. They emphasized that youth today should actively participate in protecting the earth.

Japanese Language Inter School Competition

Report- “Nihon no Bunka”

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad hosted Inter School Japanese Language Competition-cum-Festival “Nihon no Bunka” on 10th May 2016, Tuesday. The Chief Guest was Ms. Yuiko Wakana (Japanese Language Advisor, The Japan Foundation, New Delhi). Along with Ms. Yuiko Wakana,, Ms. Sonu Gupta (Programme Officer, The Japan Foundation, New Delhi) and Mr. Shantanu Malhotra (Japanese Language Coordinator, The Japan Foundation, New Delhi) also graced the ocassion. The competition was organized by Japanese Language Faculty Mr. Upendra Pandey.
Students from classes VI and VIII presented two Japanese Songs and a Japanese Dance to welcome the guests.
In this Competition-cum-Festival total 6 schools participated. The schools were Amity International School (Vasundhara), Wisdom World School (Kurukshetra), Delhi Pubic School Sonepat (Sonepat), Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad International and Delhi Public School Ghaziabad.
The competitions were held in 3 categories: Sub- Junior (IV and V), Junior (VI, VII and VIII) and Senior (IX and X) Group.

In Sub- Junior group Group Song competition was held. The Winners were:
I- Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara
II- Wisdom World School (Kurukshetra)
III- Delhi Public School Ghaziabad (Meerut Road)

In junior group , the competition was Fusion of Art. The Winners were:
I- Amity International School (Vasundhara)
II- Delhi Pubic School Sonepat (Sonepat)
III- Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara

In senior group the name of the competition was Ikebana (Flower Arrangement). The Winners were:
I- Delhi Public School Ghaziabad (Meerut Road)
II- Wisdom World School (Kurukshetra)
III- Amity International School (Vasundhara)

 

Hindi Debate

ENGLISH DEBATE Class X

In this highly competitive era, English is indispensable for moving ahead. In order to make our students speak English with fluency, accuracy and expression, and develop in them a passion for the language, a debate was held  on 6th May, 2016 for the students of class X. The students vociferously debated on ‘Intelligence Overpowers Diligence’. This inter-house activity left the audience awestruck as the young debaters spoke their opinions with great conviction.


The proud winners were :-
I -Arunabh Mittal X D (Jhelum House)
II- Manav Chaudhary X C ( Godavari House) and Eshan Das X D (Jhelum House) 

Inter house Science Model Making Competition

Education is not the filling of pail, but the lighting of a fire.

 With a view to encourage and inculcate a scientific temper amongst students, an Inter house Science Model Making Competition was held at DPSG, Secondary Wing on 30th April, 2016. Students from all the seven houses presented two models. One model was exhibited by students of classes 7-8 whereas the other by the students of classes 9-10.

Godavari house bagged the first prize followed by Ravi house. Cauvery house stood third.

The competition was a huge success. Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing lauded the efforts of the students and expressed the belief   that this Science Model Making Competition would go a long way in augmenting the spirit of enquiry, creativity, objectivity and aesthetic sensibility among the students.

Inter-House Skit Competition

An Inter-House Skit competition was held on 19th April, 2016. Students from classes VII to X participated in the competition. The theme for the day was How to protect Mother Earth. The skits highlighted how man’s nonchalant attitude towards environment and natural resources has proved disastrous for his own well being. They also emphasized the need to conserve nature.

Students from Cauvery house emerged as winners, second position was bagged by Satluj house followed byYamuna and Godavri houses. It was a visual bliss to watch the students perform on the stage confidently with appropriate props.

INTER HOUSE DEBATE COMPETITION CLASS - VIII

Words have incredible power. This was proved when Saif Ali Rizvi, Satluj House bagged the first position in the Inter House Debate competition followed by Somya Mawai, Ganga House. Ishita Arora , Ravi House stood third. The competition was held on 29th April, 2016 wherein students from all the houses vociferously debated on the topic Television is the Leading Cause of Violence in Today’s Society’.

Inter House Science Quiz

An Inter House Science Quiz was held on 11th May, 2016 wherein students from Secondary Wing participated enthusiastically. Students got a good opportunity to showcase their awareness related to the science subject .The topics covered in the quiz were the animal and the plant world. It also included rounds on general awareness related to discoveries, inventions and scientists. After conduction of various rounds the first position was bagged by students of Cauvery house. Yamuna house team won the second position followed by Satluj house team.

CLASS VII PRESENTATION – TEES MAAR KHAN

16th May, 2016

In this competitive era, it is vital that the children have a well rounded personality and are able to face the world self-assuredly. Keeping this in mind students of class VII presented a hilarious skit Tees Maar Khan’. This musical theatrical presentation highlighted the  importance of hard work over destiny. However the protagonist was lucky enough to escape from all the adverse circumstances. Through a set of small stories the importance of presence of mind and hard work was highlighted and re-inforced.

The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Manish Kumar Mishra, CO City (DSP), Ghaziabad. Principal Mrs. Jyoti Gupta welcomed and addressed the gathering. In her address she reiterated the necessity of co-scholastic activities to develop leadership qualities, fight stage fright and its demand in higher education as children of today are citizens of tomorrow. She also said that the special assembly will serve as a  connect between the school and the parent community. She concluded her address by appreciating the efforts and enthusiasm shown by the students as well as the teachers.

Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing, proposed the Vote of Thanks.
The cultural extravaganza presented in the special assembly was a grand success. 100% participation of class VII students was ensured. The students and the parents thoroughly enjoyed the programme.

MOTHER DAUGHTER PROGRAMME

The school organized Mother-Daughter Programme on 19th April, 2016 for girls of classes VI, VIII VIII and IX. This programme is helpful in strengthening the relationship between the mother and daughter. At the onset of adolescence, which is psychologically and emotionally very intense period of life this progarmme helped in sensitizing the parents of young adolescent girls towards their special health needs.

Reputed gynaecologist Dr. Vineeta Mittal president of the Ghaziabad Obstetric and Gynaecological Society (GOGS) addressed various adolescent issues in a fruitful and interactive session on Physical, Psychological and Social changes at adolescent age. The mothers and the daughters had a very lively discussion on various issues. Queries were raised and answered about a host of issues including health and hygiene, healthy eating habits, importance of regular exercise, mood swings, aggression and healthy life style to name a few.

The mothers complimented this beautiful programme for girls and felt that such informative sessions should be held on a regular basis for the girls and their mothers.  

SOCIAL STUDIES WEEK

At DPSG, the focus is on constructively using the passion, power and abilities of the youngsters to bring out the best in them. With this idea, Social Science Week was held in the Secondary Wing from 8th December to 11th December, 2015 wherein the students actively participated in an array of activities.

The celebration kick started on 8th of December with a Slogan Writing and Poster Making activity through an open and mass participation by students of classes 7 and 8 on various contemporary issues related to the environment. On the second day, a group activity on Disaster Management was conducted for class X students. It encouraged collaborative learning spirit amongst them as well as instilled the values of tolerance, mutual respect for work and opinion, creating a democratic spirit among the students as to how to help people on a war footing at the time of a natural disaster or calamity like the recent earthquake in Nepal and the flood in Chennai. On the third day of the week’s celebration a Quiz was conducted for the students of class 10 on the contemporary global issue ‘Violations of Human Rights Across the World. Aryan Singh, XF scored the highest number of points and was declared the winner. On the same day a Fancy Dress competition and a Nukkad Natak was also organized for the students of classes 7 and 8. Moreover, the real spirit of democratic participation among the students came alive when the students of the class IX conducted a mock parliament that debated on the most burning issue of the time The Ghost of Intolerance. The debate continued with a true parliamentary spirit. The week long celebrations concluded with a mass rally by the students of classes 7 and 8. The week ended on a good note and hopes for a better and more democratic way of facilitating students for participating in more contemporary national and international issues.

Baisakhi

On 13th April, Monday, students of class IX F presented a beautiful special assembly on Baisakhi. The presentation was very well organized and well co-ordinated. Students learned about the religious and cultural significance of Baisakhi. The assembly included a skit prepared by the students along with a dance performance by class VII followed by a song.


Class 8 Debate Report

Inter House Debate Competition Class VIII

An Inter House Debate Competition was organized by the students of Class VIII on the topic ‘Joint families are better than Nuclear families’ on 23rd April 2015. The students armed with statistics and data made their arguments more emphatic and believable. Saloni Arora , Tarini Sharma of Godavari House secured I and II position and Snigdha Sen of Satluj House secured III Position.

Hindi Vad-Vivad Report

Report - Debate (class 7)

Inter-House Debate Competition Class VII 15th July, 2015

‘It is better to debate a question without settling it than settle a question without debating it.’ The Debators’ Society of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized an Inter-house Debate competition for the students of class 7 on 15th July, 2015.

The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp. The audience witnessed a fruitful and stimulating debate. Solid arguments were raised on both sides by the contestants to prove their point thereby emphasizing the fact that speech is power; speech is to persuade. The topic for the day was ‘Working Women Are Better Mothers’. Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing lauded the performance of all the participants. Aadya Katiyar, Jhelum House won the I position, followed by Sami Ali Rizvi, Cauvery House. Sakshi Singh, Godavari House was adjudged III. In all, the programme was a great success.

DPSG CELEBRATES EARTH DAY

April 22, 1970 was a red-letter day in the world history as a momentous decision was taken to celebrate this day as the Earth day every year to pay reverence to mother earth. DPSG celebrated Earth Week with enthusiasm and fervour. A special assembly was held .It commenced with a sombre prayer to mother earth thanking her for her bounties. An inter house skit competition was held to celebrate the occasion. The skits highlighted how man’s nonchalant attitude towards environment and natural resources has proved disastrous for his own well being. They also emphasized the need to conserve nature. Various other activities such as slogan writing, poster making and were conducted to commemorate the occasion.

This three-day long celebration saw its culmination on 24th April, 2015. The Chief Guest for the day was Brigadier B.B.Chauhan, Group Commander, NCC Group Head Quarters, Ghaziabad. Colonel Manish Sarkar, Commanding Officer of 13 U P Girls Battalion NCC was the Guest of Honour. The event included a musical tribute to Mother Earth followed by a short skit. Ms. Anita Singh, Headmistress, Senior Secondary Wing in her welcome address said that devoting a special day to show how much we care for the planet is not enough. Everyday should be observed as Earth Day to nurture and show love for the planet. The Chief Guest lauded the efforts of students and spoke about the importance of saving environment and preserving natural resources. He emphasized that youth today should actively participate in protecting the earth. He also felicitated the winners of various competitions held during the week.

Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing urged the young brigade to be pro-active and pre-empt in conserving nature by planting trees not only in the school, but also in their neighbourhood. She appealed to the students to keep their surroundings clean and maintain the natural resources for generations to come. Later, students planted the saplings they had brought from home and pledged to save mother earth.

The result of the various competitions held during the week is as follows:

1 INTER-HOUSE SKIT COMPETITION
    I II III
  House Jhelum Ganga House & Godavari House -
2   POSTER MAKING
  Class I II III
  VII Khushi Sehgal Simran Sehgal Krish Agarwal
  VIII Aadrika Mittal Vaani Goyal Sanya Trehan
Shruti Singhal
  IX Ishika Paruthi Charvi Vij
Prince Bajaj
Shikha Chaudhry
Harshit Gupta
3  SLOGAN WRITING
  Class I II III
  X Yash Gupta Nupur Saxena Divyansh Yadav

Well Done DPSGites !

Mother Daughter Programme

The Mother-Daughter relationship is the most powerful bond in the world which sets the stage for all other relationships. The school organized Mother-Daughter Programme on 24th April, 2015 for girls of class VIII. This programme was helpful in strengthening the relationship between the mother and daughter. This programme helped in sensitizing the parents of young adolescent girls towards their special health needs.

Reputed gynecologist Dr. Vineeta Mittal, President of the Ghaziabad Obstetric and Gynaecological Society (GOGS) addressed various adolescent issues like Physical, Psychological and Social changes at adolescent age. The mothers and the daughters had a very lively discussion on various issues. Queries were raised and answered on a host of issues including health and hygiene, healthy eating habits, importance of regular exercise, mood swings, aggression and healthy life style to name a few.

The mothers complimented this beautiful programme for girls and felt that such informative sessions should be held on a regular basis for the girls and their mothers.  

Class X presentation - 15th August 2015

CLASS X PRESENTATION & INVESTITURE CEREMONY
15th August, 2015

The 69th Independence Day was celebrated at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. Rich tributes were paid by the students to the heroes who sacrificed their lives to bring this glorious day to India, through a musical theatrical drama ‘Shaheed Bhagat Singh- The Journey of a Legend’. The melodious rendition of the song ‘Vande Matram’ by the staff members added patriotic fervour to the programme.

Mr. Om Pathak, Chairman, DPSG Society was the Chief Guest for the occasion. Mr. R. K Sharma, Joint Secretary and CAO, DPSG Society also graced the occasion. Mr. Om Pathak applauded the students for putting up such an interesting and thought provoking presentation. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Ms. Jyoti Gupta motivated the students to become the treasured wealth of the country.

The Investiture Ceremony was also held on the same day to announce and decorate the Office bearers for the session 2015-16. Mr Om Pathak did the honour of giving away the badges and flaps and administered the oath to the prefects.  One could see the happiness and sense of achievement etched on the faces of the newly appointed Council Members who were flushed with confidence and excitement to discharge their duties with utmost dedication and sincerity. 

The presentation was a huge success.100% participation of class 10 students was ensured.
The Headmistress, Mrs. Krishna Singh concluded the programme with a vote of thanks.  

A ‘Kite Flying’ competition was also conducted on this occasion.  The students of classes IX & X could be seen flying their colourful kites intently.
It was indeed an amazing sight to watch a kite begin its journey across the clear blue sky.

Hindi Week

Math Week

REPORT
MATHEMATICS WEEK (2015 – 16)

 Pure mathematics is, in its way a poetry of logical ideas-described by Albert Einstein. To remember the great Mathematicians and making students aware of their work, The Mathematics Week was celebrated at DPSG from 13th July, 2015 to 16th July, 2015. Different Mathematical activities were held for different classes to help the students discover their latent interests in the subject.

A day wise schedule of the week is enumerated below:

Day1# Monday: Creative Maths
Students  showcased the best of their creativity in mathematics through following activities
Class VII: 3D Snowflakes
Class VIII: Tangrams
Class IX: Posters on Golden Ratio
Class X: Tessellations
The best two entries from each class were selected.

Day 2 # Tuesday: Maths Assembly
 The day in DPSG started with a Special Assembly on Mathematics wherein students were made aware of various interesting facts about Mathematics. They were also enlightened about the Life of Great Mathematicians - Ramanujan, Aryabhatta, Bhaskara and their contribution in Mathematics.

Day 3 # Wednesday: Mathematical Activities
The following activities were conducted for different classes.
Class VII: Bookmarks
Class VIII: OTBA on Health and Nutrition around the world
Class IX: Activity On Co-ordinate Geometry making axes as mirrors
Presentation on Vedic Mathematics
Class X: Lecture by Mr Laxman Sharma
Students of class IX created different language scripts with few given points and students of class VII came out with beautifully decorated bookmarks with Ramanujan number.
Mr Laxman interacted with the students and explained them how banking can be interesting and career enhancing for students.

Day 4 # Thursday:  Maths Quiz and Lecture
Class VII and VIII : Lecture on Vedic Maths
Class IX: PPT Quiz
Class X: Case Study On Literacy Rates
Students attended an interactive session on Vedic Maths by Ms.Hemlatha, expert in Vedic Maths. Students of class IX enjoyed churning their brains with Quiz. Class X students compared the literacy rates of different countries through statistics.

During this week students wholeheartedly contributed ideas and prepared their class Mathematics boards. The boards came out to be both colourful and informative. From each class one section with best board was selected.

 

SCIENCE EXHIBITION

22nd August, 2015

Talent without an opportunity to express itself is useless.’
To foster the hidden potential of the students, DPSG, Secondary Wing organized a Science Exhibition on 22nd August, 2015. The event aimed at providing a common platform to students to give shape to their innovative ideas and learn from each other’s experiences. The students exhibited models on alternative sources of energy, space science, robotic science, resource conservation, waste management, tod fod jod and Maths activities.

The Chief Guest for the event was Mr. Soumya Dutta from CNDP (Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace).  He observed all the science models put up in the exhibition and was mesmerized by the work displayed by our budding scientists. He motivated the participants to explore new horizons and be creative, and appreciated the school’s efforts for providing a forum for children to pursue their natural curiosity.

He also expressed the belief   that this Science Exhibition would go a long way in augmenting the spirit of enquiry, creativity, objectivity and aesthetic sensibility among the students.

Special Assembly On Sadbhavna Diwas

The birth anniversary of Late Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi is observed as ‘Sadbhavana Diwas’ on 20th August nationwide every year. It is a day to commemorate the values, attitudes and ideals of the late Prime Minister.  This is an attempt made to understand and uphold his passion for the progress of the nation. A special assembly was conducted by the students of class X A to spread awareness about the importance of promoting national integration and communal harmony among the people of all religions. The efforts of the students were applauded by the Headmistress, Ms. Krishna Singh. Ms. Evelyn Hunt, Assistant Teacher from British Council was the guest for the day.  

Special Assembly on Peace (Hiroshima Day)

3rd August, 2015

A Special Assembly on Peace was organized at DPSG, Secondary Wing on 3rd August, 2015 to spread awareness about world peace. Students presented a peace song, dance followed by a speech. Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr. Soumya Dutta of CNDP ((Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace). Mr. Daliyakar and Mr. P.K. Sundaram were the Guests of Honour. The Chief Guest enlightened the students as to how atomic bombs extensively damaged the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He also emphasized on the fact that just as the year 1945 is remembered for the massive destruction in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, year 2015 would be remembered for various peace initiatives being taken at forums across the world.

Ashubhasan Report (Class 7)

Special Assembly on Digital India Programme

In order to create participative, transparent and responsive government, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi launched the much ambitious ‘Digital India Programme’ on July 1. The students of Class IX E conducted the assembly on 7th July, 2015. The aim of the assembly was to discuss the importance of this project which is a big step forward to transform the country into a digitally empowered economy. The guests, Ms. Karuna Nain and Ms.Nidhi applauded the efforts of the students. They also made them aware about cyber crime and the preventive measures which should be undertaken by them for their safety.

Special Assembly on Doctor’s Day

The observance of Doctor’s Day on  1st July, 2015 is an indicative of the respect that the doctors command in the lives of patients.  The students of VII C conducted the assembly on the occasion of Doctor’s Day, to pay tribute to the doctors who serve the society selflessly. The students presented beautiful thoughts and stories highlighting the importance of doctors and their service to mankind. On this occasion the students also made everyone aware about the importance of First Aid Measures to successfully manage health and safety risks in the school premises.   Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, appreciated the efforts of the students and shared the history and importance of Doctor’s Day with them.   

Digital India Week- 1st July - 7th July, 2015

“I dream of a Digital India where access to information knows no barrier.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Digital India is a flagship programme of the Government of India which aims to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.  
As a part of Digital India Week celebrations,  Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized various activities like Special Assembly, Guest Speaker programme, workshop etc  to spread awareness about this initiative of our Honourable Prime Minister.

Ms. Akriti Juanna from Learning Links Foundation conducted workshop for the students of classes 9 and 10 on ‘Internet Safety’. She suggested SMART strategies of staying safe online, preventing online bullying and cheating. The students were given stay safe India bookmarks also.  

Principal, Ms Jyoti Gupta in her address to the students lauded the efforts being made by the government and added that the education sector in India has long awaited an overhaul to meet the growing demand for a contemporary education system that is accessible to all. Children and youth in India have, in the last decade, become increasingly technology-driven, revealing considerable potential and readiness to imbibe and learn using digital media.

DOCTORS DAY

Doctor’s Day was celebrated at DPSG, Secondary Wing on 3rd July, 2015. The multifarious activities included  power point presentation  on first aid, making of pocket diary, putting information on bulletin board.
Guest speaker, Mrs Gayatri Singhal, Manager, USIEF through a power point presentation highlighted the significance of healthy lifestyle wherein the students learnt about the importance of - -

  • hygiene
  • healthy food
  • yoga
  • water
  • eating with family members

Inter-House Extempore Competition

Class VIII

The students of class VIII showcased their oratory skills in the Inter-House Extempore Competition which was held in the Senior Auditorium on 10th July, 2015. This competition provided the young participants an opportunity to express their views and perspectives on the given topics.
Parth Shukla, Cauvery House secured the first position followed by Tarini Sharma, Godavari House. The third position was shared by Tanya Goel, Satluj House and Krishan Malhotra, Ravi House.

French Fiesta

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized a French Assembly on 22nd July, 2015 on the occasion of Bastille Day (National day of France). Students participated in an array of activities with fervour and gaiety. The celebration started with a prayer in French language. It was followed by a skit. The students then recited poems and sang songs. There was a spectacular dance performance too which enthralled the audience.

Ms. Caroline Schmitt (French native speaker) from Institute Français de Delhi (attaché for cooperation in French language) was the Chief Guest for the occasion
She applauded the students for showcasing such an interesting and thought provoking presentation.

Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing lauded the efforts of the students and said that learning another language is the need of the hour as it gives the learner the ability to step inside the mind and context of that other culture.  A person competent in other languages can bridge the gap between cultures, contribute to international diplomacy, promote national security and world peace, and successfully engage in international trade.
In all, the programme was a huge success.

Inter-House Quiz Competition

An Inter-House Quiz Competition was held for students of class VII on 2nd July, 2015.There were five rounds, one for each subject: Science, Maths, SST, G.K and the last was the rapid fire round. The first place was jointly shared by Godavari and Ravi house students. Third position was shared by the students of Yamuna, Satluj, Ganga and Jhelum. Cauvery House stood seventh in the competition.

Special Assembly

Eid-ul-Fitr

‘Festivals promote diversity, increase creativity, offer opportunities for civic pride and they improve our general psychological well being’. Keeping this thought in mind, students of class IX H presented a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, in the school auditorium. The students spoke about the essence and beauty of ‘Ramzan’. They explained the significance of the occasion. This was followed by a skit, spreading the message that all festivals are equally important and that we should all participate in celebrating these. The values of harmony, respect and friendship too found familiarity amongst the receptive audience. The assembly concluded with a qawwali presented by the students which was appreciated by the audience.

CLASS VII PRESENTATION – AKBAR & BIRBAL

5th May 15, 2015
The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence.
                                                                       Rabindranath Tagore

In this competitive era, it is imperative that the children have a well rounded personality and are able to face the world self-assuredly. Keeping this in mind students of class VII presented a hilarious skit ‘Akbar and Birbal’. This musical theatrical presentation highlighted the importance of wisdom, wit
and  intelligence.

The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Uma Shankar, Principal DPSG, Damoh (M.P).

Principal Mrs. Jyoti Gupta welcomed and addressed the gathering. In her address she reiterated the necessity of co-scholastic activities to develop leadership qualities, fight stage fright and its demand in higher education as children of today are citizens of tomorrow. She also said that the special assembly will serve as a  connect between the school and the parent community. She concluded her address by appreciating the efforts and enthusiasm shown by the students as well as the teachers.

Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing, proposed the Vote of Thanks.
The cultural extravaganza presented in the special assembly was a grand success. 100% participation of class VII students was ensured. The students and the parents thoroughly enjoyed the programme.

Debate Competition

Debate Competition was held for students’ of class X on 6th May, 2015. The topic was ‘Reality Shows have no Reality Quotient’. Two students from each of the seven houses debated vociferously and kept the audience completely engrossed. The judges applauded each student’s debating prowess. Sarthak Gupta X H, Godavari House was declared the winner. The second position was bagged jointly by Aarushi Singhal X A, Jhelum House and Aryan Singh X F, Ravi House.

Intersection Board Decoration competition

COLOURFUL PALLETE

On the day of the inter section board display competition, the students of Secondary Wing were all set with their paints and brushes to showcase their talent. Each section had a team of artists who were brimming with enthusiasm to participate in this contest. The students assembled the entire board within a couple of hours. Each resultant board was unique in itself and reflected their creativity. This amazing showcase of talent in the field of art was greatly appreciated by one and all.

The results are as follows:

Class 8
I - 8 –F
II – 8-G
III- 8-A
IV- 8-D
V- 8-B
VI- 8-C
VII-8-E

Class 9
I- 9-F
II-9-E
III-9-B
IV-9-D
V-9-G
VI-9-C
VII-9-H
VIII-9-A

Class 10
I – 10-A
II-10 –H
III-10-G
IV-10-C
V-10-B
VI-10-D
VII-10-E
VIII-10-F

Science Week

‘Talent without an opportunity to express it, is useless’ Keeping this thought in mind, Science Week was celebrated in the Secondary Wing from 7th to 14th May, 2015. The multifarious activities included Extempore, Group Discussion, Science Quiz, Experiments, Science Assembly, PPT on Disaster Management, and VVM State Camp. The school had turned into a hub of activities during this week as 100% participation was ensured.

A Guest Speaker Programme was held wherein, Mr. Virol Jindal,  Head Faculty, B.Tech, IIT Madras shared the methodology to help students to develop right thinking skills.  It was an enriching session indeed.

The week long programme culminated with the state level Vidhyarthi Vigyan Manthan Camp. Twenty six students, who qualified the Prathama  and Dwitiya  levels,  participated in this competition.     

In her address Mrs. Jyoti Gupta, Principal DPSG, highlighted the importance of science in today’s world and encouraged the budding scientists to find innovative solutions to the challenges of the modern living like availability of potable water, meeting the ever increasing energy requirements and environmental pollution.    

Following students  qualified for the National Level VVM camp
VVM 2015 (State Level Camp) ----14.05.2015

S.No. Name Class Rank
1 Arunabh Mittal 8 I
2 Eeshaan Bhatnagar 8 I
3 Krishan Malhotra 7 I
4 Shashwat Garg 7 I
5 Pranay Fartyal 6 I
6 Siddharth Gaur 6 II

 

Special Assembly

Special Assembly onInternational Dance Day & Labour Day Dance is a powerful expression It speaks to earth and heaven It speaks of our joy, our fear and our wishes
Dance speaks of the intangible, yet reveals the state of mind of a person and the temperaments and characters of people.   Keeping this in mind, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated International Dance Day with great zeal and enthusiasm on 2nd May, 2015. The goal of the programme was to celebrate dance, to revel in the universality of the art form, to cross all political, cultural and ethnic barriers and bring people together through the common language of dance. To make this day a memorable one, dance forms like hip hop, afro- jazz, and salsa were performed. An inspirational story and other information on International Dance Day further added to the excitement. The audience was enthralled to witness the splendid dance movements of the participants.

Labour Day was celebrated to help the students remember and value the contributions made by the support staff. The students gifted self made ‘thank you’ cards and chocolates to grade 4 employees for their invaluable help as a token of appreciation.

Such celebrations go a long way in helping the students inculcate good values so that they grow up to become compassionate, caring, well- informed and responsible individuals.

The programme ended with the encouraging and motivational speech by Headmistress, Krishna Singh.  

Special Assembly on Mothers’ Day

‘God could not be everywhere so he created Mothers’. Keeping in sync with this thought and to show gratitude and respect towards mothers, the students of Class IX-C conducted a wonderful assembly on the occasion of Mother’s Day on 12th May. It began with the morning  prayer followed by a heart touching story and the thought related to the theme. The programme came to an end with a melodious song ‘Mothers are special’ presented by the school choir.  Principal, Ms. Jyoti Gupta appreciated the efforts of the students and also reiterated the fact that Mother’s Day is a celebration of bond of love and affection between a mother and a child and it celebrates the spirit of motherhood.  

SUMMER CAMP at DPSG

In recent years camps have put a greater emphasis on what leaders in the child development field have been saying about the needs of children today. Camp activities are the tools that provide for successful, healthy development and a place where having fun is a daily feature. In such a structured environment, children interact with positive role models who have time to listen, talk, relax, and reflect. They learn to work together, make choices, take responsibility, develop creative skills, build independence and self-reliance, and gain confidence. All are necessary steps on a child's path to a healthy and productive life.
The summer camp was conducted for the students of classes VI to X from 18th May, 2015 to 31st May, 2015. The camp included following activities:

  • Two hours of morning sports
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Vedic Mathematics
  • Cookery classes
  • Art and craft
  • Tod Fod Jod

Vidhyarthi Vigyan Manthan Camp

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad hosted the state level Vidhyarthi Vigyan Manthan Camp on 14th May, 2015. Twenty six students, who qualified the Prathama  and Dwitiya  levels,  participated in this competition.

In her address Mrs. Jyoti Gupta, Principal DPSG, highlighted the importance of science in today’s world and encouraged the budding scientists to find innovative solutions to the challenges of the modern living like availability of potable water, meeting the ever increasing energy requirements and environmental pollution.     
An array of activities such as Science Quiz, Experiments, Comprehension etc. were conducted. The winners of each level qualified for the national VVM camp to be held at Indore on 12th-13th June, 2015.

Following students  qualified for the National Level VVM camp
VVM 2015 (State Level Camp) ----14.05.2015

S.No. Name Class Rank
1 Arunabh Mittal 8 I
2 Eeshaan Bhatnagar 8 I
3 Krishan Malhotra 7 I
4 Shashwat Garg 7 I
5 Pranay Fartyal 6 I
6 Siddharth Gaur 6 II

DPSG celebrates Yoga Day

Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.

June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations General Assembly on December 11, 2014. Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice or discipline that originated in India. Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. This tradition is 5000 years old. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. Due to the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, it acclaimed global recognition.

DPSG celebrated Yoga Day with enthusiasm and fervour on 22nd June, 2015.The faculty members of DPSG, students and grade 4 employees practised yogasanas under the able guidance of Ms. Rekha Joshi.

Ms. Rekha Joshi appealed to the students to compulsorily practise yoga in their day-to-day life for mental and physical fitness. Citing the benefits of yoga and meditation, she said that practising yoga is very important from the students' point of view as it helps in development of their personality as well as sharpens their memory.

Ms. Anita Sethi, Headmistress, Senior Secondary Wing and Ms. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing also graced the occasion.

CULTURAL EXTRAVAGANZA AT DPSG

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized the annual cultural extravaganza titled `Namami Gange’ on 25th November, 2015.

Mr Feroze Varun Gandhi, Member of Parliament, BJP  graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.  Ms Amanda Day, Counsellor, Education & Research, Australian High Commission was the Guest of Honour and Ms Rittika Parruck, Assistant Director, Schools India, British Council was the special guest for the evening. The members of DPSG Society Mr. Om Pathak (Founder &Chairman); Ms Niharika Pathak, Chairperson;  and Mr. Anshul Pathak  Vice Chairman &Treasurer, DPSG Society; Mr Rohit Pathak, Member, DPSG Society were among the other esteemed guests.

Principal, Ms Jyoti Gupta in her address stated that the ethos of the school rests in the strong sense of standing together as a family, to encourage the students to dream big so that they develop valuable  life skills and become independent, resilient and confident individuals.  Stating his vision for the school, Mr. Om Pathak, stated that the school aims to have a more vibrant connect with the community and the parents.  He  appealed to the parent community  to change their perception and not to tag achievers with numbers . There is a need to move in area of felicitation and commendation.  Calling DPSG an island of excellence, Mr Feroze Varun Gandhi stated that the school caters to the needs of the society by equipping its students with confidence, discipline and decision making ability to act and achieve their goals. He also emphasized on the need for a dynamic education process and urged the youth to dream big to achieve substantial.   

The programme commenced with the auspicious lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest and the Management Members of the DPSG Society. Thereafter, the students of Senior Wing presented the annual report listing the year long achievements of the institution in various fields.

The cultural fiesta witnessed participation of students from classes VII to XII. The home enterprise, a theatrical dance drama Namami Gange mesmerized the audience with unmatched synchrony, rhythm and finesse. The programme was a grand success. Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary wing   proposed the vote of thanks.

Vigilance Week

The Vigilance Awareness Week is celebrated in the memory of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel who exercised a major influence in establishing the administrative structure in India. Central Vigilance Commission has desired that Vigilance Awareness Week should be used as an occasion to highlight awareness about effective preventive measures undertaken through system improvements and preparing children for various life skills so that they are equipped to face the challenges of a globalised world. There is an increasing concern about corruption eroding the basic values of life. It has not only a negative effect in social dynamics but also erodes the value system established in the country. It is important that the younger generation who has to play a pivotal role in the development of the country needs to be educated on the urgency to fight against such unethical practices. Keeping in sync with this, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated ‘Vigilance Week’. Various activities were conducted for different classes: 

Class VII: Poster Making Competition
Class VIII: Rally on Anti- Corruption
Class IX: Inter House Elocution Competition
Class X: Visit to CBI Academy

In all the programme was a great success. . HM Secondary wing, Ms. Krishna Singh reiterated the fact that  such programmes will go a long way in providing appropriate mindset amongst the students to fight corruption.

Food Safety Week

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has declared the theme for World Food Day,16 October,  2015 as- Social Protection and Agriculture: Breaking the cycle of Rural Poverty. This theme has been chosen to highlight its importance in reducing rural poverty and granting access to food or means to buy food. Keeping in sync with this, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated ‘Food Safety Week’ from 23rdOctober to 30th October, 2015 in order to spread awareness about the ‘World Food Day’. Various activities were conducted for different classes: 

Class VII: Article Writing and Poster Making
Class VIII: Debate and Nukkad Natak
Class IX: Article Writing
Class X: Declamation

Best two entries were selected and awarded on the basis of content, accuracy, fluency, confidence and presentation. The following students were declared as winners in the various competitions:

Class Name of the Event  Best two entries
VII Article  Writing Rashi Chaudhry,Ishita Arora
  Poster Making Ranya Kaushik,Deepika Bhargava
VIII Debate Vani Goel,Asmita Zjigyasu
  Nukkad Natak Vatsal Singhal,Santan Chanana,Sahil Soni,Karan Sachdeva,Kanav Gupta,Nirmay Gupta,Sameer Saifi,Abhinav Sharma
IX Article Writing Arpit Maheshwari, Swarnima Shankar
X Declamation Mehul Mishra,Amol Gupta

The winners for various events were felicitated in the assembly.

NRITYANJALI

A much awaited Inter House Dance Competition saw some stunning performances by the students of DPSG, Secondary Wing on 17th October, 2015. The ebullient performers created a vibrant and effervescent atmosphere leaving everyone enthralled. The dance forms like hip hop, afro- jazz, locking-popping, rock-n-roll, jazz and contemporary performed were very well choreographed by the students themselves. The participants from Ravi House bagged the first position followed by the Cauvery House team. Next in the row was the Jhelum House team.

The programme ended with the encouraging and motivational speech by Headmistress, Secondary Wing, Krishna Singh.

Sanskrit week report Oct 2015

WORK EDUCATION EXHIBITION REPORT

Those who do not train their hands, who go through the ordinary rut of education, lack music in their life 

- Mahatma Gandhi

Students of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Secondary Wing organized a Work Education Exhibition on 10th October, 2015. The event aimed at providing a common platform to the students to give shape to their innovative ideas and learn from each other’s experiences. It also enabled them to possess the 5C’s – capability, confidence, creativity, compassion and communication skills which are very essential to achieve success in today’s life.

Students participated in an array of activities like diya decoration, best out of waste, block printing , flower making,  tye and dye, cross stitch, photography, herbal gardening  etc. The exhibits were beautifully displayed and were appreciated by one and all present there. The Inter House Rock Band competition saw students of different houses performing on self composed songs. Students from Ravi House emerged as the winners followed by the Jhelum House team. Dance performances by the students enthralled the audience.

In all, the programme was a great success as it helped students to develop proper attitudes, values and habits towards work.

Generation UK Induction Programme Report

Generation UK Induction Programme was held on 7th and 8th August at Hotel Claridge, New Delhi. Mrs. Jyoti Gupta, Mrs. Soma Singh, Ms.Evelyn Hutt attended the programme. 23 teaching assistants from UK, principals and mentor teachers from Indian Host schools were also present on the occasion. To break the ice between the Indian schools and the teaching assistants, the resource persons, Ms. Chandeep Marwah and Ms. Suman Marwah enlightened the audience about the Indian culture, values and life style. They also provided the members with the various skills and strategies used in the teaching learning process. The programme was organised by British Council.

Tree Plantation Drive at DPSG

DPSG, Secondary Wing in collaboration with the Municipal Corporation, Ghaziabad organized a Tree Plantation Drive on 2nd September, 2015 in the school campus. The aim of the campaign was to sensitize students about the environment so that they become aware of the depleting natural resources and contribute towards saving them for greener present and future. Shri D.K.Sinha, Additional Municipal Commissioner, Ghaziabad was present on the occasion. He lauded the efforts of the students. Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing appealed to the students to take the lead in maintaining the precious natural resources.

Special Assembly on Janamashtmi

Janmashtmi, 4th September, 2015  

The excitement was palpable when students of class VII E conducted the Special Assembly on the occasion of Krishna Janmashtmi. The students highlighted the significance of Krishna’s teachings through the renaissance word, thought for the day and the ‘Vithika Ka Muhavra’. The glory and grandeur of Lord Krishna was depicted through a marvelous dance performance by the students. The efforts of the students were appreciated and applauded by the audience.

TEACHERS DAY 2015

HON’BLE PRIME MINISTER’S INTERACTION WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated Teachers’ Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. This was a year of power packed emotions and sensational performances. All those who performed for their teachers, truly meant it and found a deep reason to be there. As a mark of respect and reverence for their teachers, the students recited poetry, presented a foot tapping dance and shared the important role of teachers in a student’s life.  DPSG students’ spontaneous, bubbly creations had teachers responding with resounding claps of joy.

Students also witnessed live telecast of the Honourable Prime Minister’s interaction with the school children on the eve of Teachers’ Day.

In a 105 minute interaction with students from across the country, the Prime Minister emphasized on creating an environment wherein youngsters would have the freedom to decide what to do and achieve their goals.

Modi lauded the role of teachers in nation building and urged doctors, engineers, civil servants and others who had excelled in their respective fields to devote an hour every week or hundred hours a year to teach children.

Union Minister for Human Resource Development Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani,  Union Ministers of State Shri Upendra Kushwaha, Shri Ram Shankar Katheria, and Shri Jayant Sinha were present on the occasion.

In all, it was an enriching experience for the students.