Special Assembly Secondary

Special Assembly – Dusshera

 Dusshera was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm by the DPSGiites on  October 15, 2018. Students of class XC presented a Special Assembly on this festive occasion, and apprised the audience about the festival, which marks the triumph of goodness  over evil.

 Arunima Chaturvedi, VIII B addressed the school, highlighting the use and importance of a home made Eco Enzyme, a cleaning agent which can safely replace chemical laden cleansers, which harm the environment. The audience welcomed the idea and pledged to become a part of the Swachhta Brigade of the school.

Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing lauded the efforts of the students and  reiterated that it's extremely important to keep goodness alive in our hearts and actions.                       

CLASS X PRESENTATION

15th August, 2018

 The 72nd 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 ‘Mangal Pandey’.  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 Ms Laxmi Mishra, CTO Ghaziabad and Noida. In her  speech she reminded the students and the teachers of the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters and made us take pledge that we would serve our motherland, India with heart, body, and soul to bring it glory and laurels with our dignified deeds.

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

Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing proposed the Vote of Thanks.

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


CLASS VIII PRESENTATION

      Have faith in yourselves, great convictions are the mother of great deeds

Swami Vivekananda

 

 

      Armed with confidence and smiles, students of class VIII presented a musical theatrical presentation Lights Camera Dance on 2 August, 2018.

       The programme began with a beautiful rendition by the school choir followed by marvellous, foot tapping dances and theatrical performances. The drama highlighted that one should dream big and put the act of realising their dream into action by working hard to achieve it. 100 % participation of class VIII students was ensured.

       Mr.C.P. Singh, Municipal Commissioner, Ghaziabad was the Chief Guest for the day.  In his address, he     said that Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh has found a special mention as the fastest moving big city of the Swachh Survekshan 2018. He also shared a number of initiatives undertaken over the past year, which resulted in this quantum leap.

       Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary Wing proposed the vote of thanks. The colosseum echoed with unanimous plaudits of an enthusiastic and delighted audience.


 The Secondary Wing of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized a special assembly on ‘Say No to Plastic’ on 24th of July 2018. This thought provoking   assembly was hosted by the enthusiastic and zealous students of class X-J. A melodious song highlighting the need to ban plastic was presented by the choir. The destruction caused by the over use of plastic was put forth by a street play. This assembly culminated with a pledge administered by the Head Boy. The students took an oath to work in unison towards eliminating ‘Plastic’ from all spheres of life.       


 Special Assembly on Vigilance

 

‘When people of a country cease, their vigilance, evil men prevail’

Preservation of peace and the guaranteeing of man’s basic rights and freedom makes internal vigilance: Courage to act and speak, if necessary, to suffer and die for truth and justice.

Keeping this in mind, a Special Assembly on ‘VIGILANCE’ was conducted on the 3rd  November, 2017 by the students of Secondary Wing. Information about the day was given to the students through a poem, role play and quiz. Mrs. Ritu Tiwari, Scientific Officer in Indian Pharmo Copia  was the Special Guest for the day. Speaking on the occasion, she enlightened the students on how vigilance can be observed. A pledge on being vigilant was also administered. Delhi Public School Ghaziabad joins the nation for accomplishing the vision: Corruption Free India.

   

Special Assembly on Dusshera

27th September, 2017

Good always triumphs over evil. The power of choosing good and evil is within the reach of all.

 

A Special Assembly was conducted to mark the occasion of Dusshera. The programme started with a beautiful musical rendition of shlokas from Ramayana. A skit depicting the life of Lord Rama was presented by the theatre team which was much appreciated by one and all.  The wonderful dance performance by students of class IX enthralled the audience. This essence of Dussehra was showcased in the most resplendent way by the young artists of the Secondary wing.

 In all, the programme was a huge success.

     

REPORT  ON TEACHER’S DAY CEEBRATIONS

Teacher’s Day was celebrated with  lot of fervour and excitement.  On this occasion , students presented a rainbow of cultural programmes for their gurus.The programme started with GURU VANDANA - A tribute to the teachers .The melody dipped notes touched everyone’s heart. Students of class 8, presented a humorous song which was a blend of harmony and humour. The  students of class 9 presented a play highlighting the changing role of teachers from Gurukul times till the Modern Era. Students of class X stole the show with their foot tapping choreography highlighting the importance of education. Senior Secondary students organized a fun-filled activity wherein they involved some teachers  in numerous funny activities. Principal Ms Jyoti Gupta urged the students to respect their teachers who are the sculptors behind their harmonious and well rounded personalities.

   

Class X Presentation

Life is full of transient moments. Only the most exceptional have the ability to live on forever in our hearts and minds.

Class presentations are an integral part of school activities at DPSG.

The students of class X presented a musical theatrical presentation Jhansi ki Rani – Lakshmi Bai’on 21st August, 2017. Peppered with marvellous dances and theatrical performances, the drama highlighted the importance  of truthfulness, courage and compassion. Rich tributes were paid by the students to  Jhansi ki Rani – Lakshmi Bai who sacrificed her life in the freedom struggle.

The eminent guests for the day were  Mr Ravindra Godbole, Secretary, Ghaziabad Development Authority; Mr R.K. Sharma, Director Admin and Secretary, DPSG Society and Mr Gaurav Garg, Member BJP. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Ms. Jyoti Gupta motivated the students to become the treasured wealth of the country and further accentuated the need to realise their true potential and be confident.

 

The Investiture Ceremony was also held on the same day to announce and decorate the Office bearers for the session 2017-18. The students pledged to carry out their responsibilities with integrity and dedication, so as to uphold the glorious name of the school.

 

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

The vote of thanks was delivered by Mr.Akashdeep Sharma, Headmaster, Senior Secondary Wing and the ceremony concluded with the National Anthem.

        

Class VI Presentation-Freedofest

Delhi Public School celebrated Freedofest, a day long extravaganza to commemorate the sacrifices of Indian soldiers and freedom fighters organised by the students of class VI on 13 August 2016. The programme was graced by the esteemed presence of the Principal, Ms. Jyoti Gupta and the chief guest Mr Bhrama Dev Singh, the Magistrate of Ghaziabad. It was an august gathering replete with fun and enthusiasm. The students got an opportunity to showcase their latent talent and skills under the guidance of their faciliators. The festival was a grand success that aroused the spirit of patriotism and gratitude towards their motherland.

Special Assembly on Eid –ul-Fitr

Students of class IX G presented a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr on 5th July, 2016. 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.

National Technology Day

The National Technology Day is celebrated across India on May 11 every year as a day to commemorate the history of the country’s technological capability and expertise. To glorify the importance of science in day to day life, a Special Assembly was organised by the students of class VIII C . the assembly commenced with a beautiful song followed by poetry recital , skit and a speech. This helped the young minds to gain insight into various innovations in the field of science and technology. The assembly concluded with a speech by the Special Guest for the occasion, Mr.Ramesh Karra, founder of IGNITOR, who motivated and enriched the students about the ways in which each one could contribute to the technological advancement of the country.

Mother’s Day Celebration

On 6th of May, 2016 the students of class VIII-B hosted a special assembly to celebrate Mother’s Day. The students, through a skit and a special song dedicated to mothers, accentuated the importance of a mother in one’s life. The Renaissance greeting word, the thought for the day, the vithika ka muhavara and a virtue word were thoughtfully picked up to highlight mother’s love. A poem in English and other information on Mother’s Day further added to the excitement.

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

International Dance Day & Labour Day

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated International Dance Day with great zeal and enthusiasm on 29th April, 2016. 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. 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 IV 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.

Assembly - IX E - Digital India Programme - 7.7.15

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.

Assembly VII C - Doctors Day 1.7.15

The observance of Doctor’s Day 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, 1st July, 2015 to pay tribute to the doctors who provide inner joy to people which manifests in joyous smiles on their faces. 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. The Headmistress, Ms. Krishna Singh appreciated the efforts of the students and shared the history and importance of Doctor’s Day with them.

Baisakhi Assembly - April

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. This was followed by a musical rendition by the choir.

French Assembly 22.7.15

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 French prayer 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 Institut Français de Delhi (attaché for cooperation in French language) was the Chief Guest for the occasionShe 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.

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.

Special Assembly - International Dance Day & Labour Day (15.5.15)

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 - Mothers Day (12.5.15)

God could not be everywhere so he created Mothers’. Keeping in sync with this thought and to show gratitude and respect to mothers, the students of Class IX-C conducted a wonderful assembly on the occasion of Mother’s Day on 12th May, 2015. 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 choir of the school. 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.

Special Assembly on Janamashtmi

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.

Special Assembly on Peace (Hiroshima Day) 3.08.15

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.

Special Assembly on Sadbhavna Diwas -XA 25.08.15

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 make them aware about the motto 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.