Hall of Fame

                                       ANKIT TEWARI-THE YOUNGEST FILM DIRECTOR OF INDIA

 

What makes someone special is not only the skill, intelligence, hardwork, and luck but brutal relentless passion (or madness) to follow one’s dream in the face of all adversities. The study of most successful people in the world tell us just one factor which is common amongst all of them- they never had it easy and toiled hard to achieve where they are.

Similar is the story of Ankit Tewari, a student of class XII at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Meerut Road  an ordinary  boy from a middle class family, until he fully utilized his energy to follow his dream to become “ The Youngest Film Director In India”

With no connections in media, TV or Bollywood, at the age of 15 years, he decided to make a movie of 1 hour. He received  resistance and criticism from the family who continuously asked him to concentrate on his studies, to which he assured them that he will not compromise with his studies (the truth is he never cared about his studies, not even now, because nothing can come between him and his dream while making the movie. Thus, started the process of making- “THE CHASE BEGINS”, an action-romantic-drama feature film, which was released on YouTube in Nov.2015. While the plot of the movie was loosely visualized by him, he discussed it with his family to complete it and at some level, convinced them (mainly his mom, mama and nani) to act in it. It was  sponsored by his family, including the equipments, recording of songs, dubbing and editing. Once it was completed, he was interviewed by Aaj Tak, Navbharat Times, DNA India and Dainik Jagran. After tasting success, he launched his own YouTube channel – “Ankit Tewari Films” . Then he also danced to Shah Rukh Khan’s Bollywood numbers- Jabra Fan RELOADED and Love Mera Hit Hit, and uploaded them on YouTube.

Continuing to pursue his  dream , he decided to make his next movie on a much larger scale, technology & theme. Thus he started working on his dream project- ‘Ishq Shuda’ that consists of a huge cast. The film has been shot across Delhi NCR & Mussorie. The plot of the movie revolves around the dilemma of teenagers choosing their country over their love. It is likely to be released in theatres soon. He is probably the only teenager in the world to have achieved this feat and should hopefully go all the way to become “The Prince Of Bollywood” in years to come.

 

DPSG's flag fluttered high when its student Anushk Mittal (Class XII - Session 2015-16) became the proud recipient of a WDC scholarship sponsored by Apple Inc.

Apple Inc. is offering the scholarship to all the lucky students and STEM organization members selected to receive a scholarship to this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, offering winners the chance to attend the same without paying the $1,599 ticket price.

The selection was based on Anushk Mittal's submission of an app on which he had worked  demonstrating the "Creative Use of Apple Technologies". In addition, he was required to write an essay on the coding process. His app will feature on the home screen page of Apple.

Principal Ms. Jyoti Gupta lauded the incredible achievement of Anushk Mittal and has assured the unstinting support of the school to all the students who aspire to innovate and develop relevant skills of the 21st century. 


It was a proud moment for Delhi Public School Ghaziabad when little mermaid Aena Attreya, class XE brought laurels to the school in the Inter School Aquatic Championship . The event was held at YMCA, Connaught Place, Delhi . She won a gold medal in 100 m Back Stroke and a silver medal in 50 m  Back Stroke.

46th UP State Junior Aquatic Championship 2015 was held at Bareilly, wherein Aena Attreya, Class X won bronze medals in 800 m and 400 m Free Style Relay.
She also won a silver medal in 100 m Free Style and a bronze medal in 1500 m Free Style.

It was a proud moment for Delhi Public School Ghaziabad when little mermaid Aena Attreya, class X bagged a gold medal each in 50 m Breast Stroke and 50 m Free Style. She won a silver medal each in 50 m Back Stroke and 25 m Butterfly in the Rajendra Open Championship. She was also awarded the Best Swimmer Trophy. The event was held at Sahibabad on 18th July, 2015.

Inter School Swimming Meet was held at GD Goenka on 8th September, 2015 wherein Aena Attreya, class X bagged gold medals each in 50m Back Stroke and 50 m Breast Stroke. She was also awarded with the Best Swimmer Trophy.
Avishi Singh, class VII bagged a gold medal in 50 M Free Style and a silver medal in 50 m Breast Stroke.
Avishi also won a gold medal in 50 M Breast Stroke and a bronze medal in 50 m Free Style in CBSE East Zone Clusters held in Kanpur.


The young cricketer, Ayush Anand of class VII E continues to bring laurels to the school. He has again made DPSG proud by winning in various tournaments.

  • Sanjeev Sharma Cricket Academy held a tournament at Jaipur wherein Ayush Anand, class VII E bagged the Man of the Match award and was also declared the Man of the Series. The match was played against the team from Jaipur Cricket Academy. The event was held from 24th to 27th May, 2015.
  • In yet another match held by Indore Cricket Academy from 30th May to 1st June, 2015, Ayush was once again declared the Man of the Match and was awarded a trophy for the same.
  • A Cricket Tournament was held at MRV School, Delhi from 5th June to 8th June, 2015.  Ayush was awarded trophies for being the Best Batsman and the Man of the Match.
  • Ayush played  five matches at Billamong School, Noida from 11th to 15th June, 2015. He was declared Man of the Match in three matches and was awarded the Best Discipline award by Munaaf Patel.
  • He played in the Ghaziabad league U-14  and has the Best Bowler trophy to his credit. The tournament was held from 18th June to 21st June, 2015.
  •  Triangular series was held at DPSG wherein Ayush was once again declared the Man of the Match. The opponent team was from Gymkhana Cricket Academy.