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GRAND OPENING OF THE DPS NATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) -2018 AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT



GRAND OPENING OF THE DPS NATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) -2018 AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT

The Opening Ceremony of The DPS National Athletic Meet Boys (Open) -2018 was held at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 16th November 2018. The ceremony showed a perfect combination of sports tradition with latest innovations. The Mega Event exhibited the pinnacle of national athletics in which 450 participants from 51 schools from the whole length and breadth of the country. 

 To grace this National Event, Mr. Mukesh Kumar, ADM Meerut was the Chief Guest for the Ceremony. The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed the Chief Guest with a Bouquet, a sapling, a memento and a shawl. Ms. Shashi Singh, Pro vice Chairperson Delhi Public School Meerut was the Guest of Honour. The Principal Welcomed the Guest of honour with a bouquet.

Mr. Mukesh Kumar during his formal address talked about present status of sports and imminent opportunities for youths. He appreciated the organizational skills of the management, Principal and the teachers of the Host School. He further acknowledged the players’ passion for sports as the teams from the farthest zone of the Country i.e. Sri Nagar also participated in this mega event. He congratulated the school principal for hosting such a large event under her leadership.

The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address thanked all the parents and school authorities for their remarkable participation.“This tectonic shift is clearly visible in the manner in which gold medal tallies in the recent international games have indicated rather than quote the performance of Milkha Singhs, P.T Ushas, We would like you, students to etch in the Halls of fame” she said. She wished that our players should also  strive for the total renaissance in the manner in which Arjun, Bhim, Karan and their elks earned their Spurs. There after she blessed everyone for a wonderful sports.

 

 

The ceremony kicked off with the splendid march past by the students representing their schools followed by the release of pigeons and colorful balloons by all the distinguished guests. This tradition symbolizes freedom and height of efforts. After that Mr. Mukesh Kumar and all the other dignitaries present hoisted the sports flag and Mr. Mukesh Kumar announced the official start of the game. The March Past was loudly cheered by those who attended the ceremony. The performance by the Military Band and the mellow choir by the school band was terrific feast to the eyes. The attires of the dances looked as if the blue horizon was dancing with the snow covered beautiful earth amidst the stars of melody .The amazing dance performance was really heart moving and therefore earned thunderous of cheers and claps from everyone. Effervescent performances given by the vivacious sportsmen throbbed the grounds receiving lot of appreciation for their superbly breathtaking performances. The sweet sweat shed by the players enthralled everyone.

In the event 800m Run (Boys) Vikrant Panchal from DPS Faridabad bagged Gold Medal,   Ajay Sood From DPS Meerut bagged Silver Medal and Shreshksr Saini  from DPS Ranipur  bagged Bronze Medal.

 In High Jump (Boys) Priyanshu Gaurav from DPS Bokaro Steel City won the Gold Medal, Sumit Panchal from DPS Sonepat won Silver Medal and Tikaram Soren from DPS Nalco Nagar won the Bronze Medal.

This National Athletic Meet is being live telecast on our school website - www.dpsmeerut.in.  

 In the evening a cultural programme was presented by the students and the teachers of the host school for all the valued guests from 51 schools. The programme not only entertained the players but also helped them revive their energies for the performances on the next day.

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THE DPS NATIONAL ATHELETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) – 2018 (16th to 18 November 2018)



THE DPS NATIONAL ATHELETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) – 2018

(16th to 18 November 2018)

“The Sports Meet shall be a great opportunity for students to “Unite”, “Rejoice”, “Introduce” and “Represent” themselves” said Mrs. Shashi Singh, the Pro-Vice Chairperson of Delhi Public School, Meerut while talking to the media about The DPS National Athletic Meet Boys (Open) -2018 to be organized by DPS Society and hosted at Delhi Public School, Meerut from 16th November 2018 to 18th November 2018. Dr. D.R Saini, Director, The Delhi Public School Society and National Teacher Awardee talked about disciplinary frame an protocol of DPS Sports Events.

Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, the Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut said, “ The Sports Meet will last for three days i.e. 16th to 18th November 2018. Mr. Anil Dhingra, District Magistrate, Meerut will be the Chief Guest for Opening Ceremony. Dr. D.R Saini, Director, The Delhi Public School Society will be the Guest of Honour for the Opening Ceremony on 16th November 2018.

Mr. Ram Kumar, Inspector General of Police, Meerut Zone will preside over the Medal Ceremony as the Chief Guest on the second day i.e. 17th November 2018, and Dr. D. R Saini, Director, Delhi Public School Society will be the Guest of Honour.

Mr. V.K Shunglu, Chairman, Delhi Public School Society will Grace the Closing Ceremony as the Chief Guest, Mr. Akhilesh Kumar, S.S.P. Meerut will be the Guest for Honour of the Closing Ceremony and Dr. D. R Saini, Director, Delhi Public School Society will be the Special Guest for the Closing Ceremony on 18th November 2018.

The Sports arena is all set with the latest equipments and ultra modern facilities.”Parents of the students are extremely excited about this grand Meet. The knack with positive attitude amongst all the parents, teachers and the students has brought everyone; a stronger optimism and reassurance”.

“51 Delhi Public Schools with more than 450 participants will participate in this sports extravaganza. The telephonic inquiry influx has been quite thick and constant during the past one week” says the school Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha. “The sports are designed with such a high precision of mental and physical inclusiveness that it helps players to be quite in sync with the nature which shows a tremendous potential for strong nation” she further added.

EDM (Electronic Distance Measurer), Photo-finish & Fully Automatic timing system are the ultra modern devices to check the timings and distance accuracy of the athletic events, will be used. These devices are approved by the Athletic Federation of India.

For more than 14 years, DPS Meerut has developed with a spirit and a vision. Today, it stands as a citadel of learning and a harbinger of quality consciousness, committed to developing the minds and initiatives of children. The family is growing every day.

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT REMEMBERS LATE SHRI M.P. SINGH WITH RESPECT AND OVER-WHELMING EMOTIONS



DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT REMEMBERS LATE SHRI M.P. SINGH WITH RESPECT AND OVER-WHELMING EMOTIONS

(06 November 2018)

 

“When the vision is clear, the result will appear,

keep your mindset positive as you work your plan,

flourish, and always remember why you started”

 

The morning sets the day and the assembly panes the way for our students to rejuvenate their spirits remain rooted to the moral values and unleash their vitality.

The serene early morning hours in Delhi Public School, Meerut echoed with enchanting chants of Gayatri Mantra students from classes III to XII gathered for a special assembly on the occasion of the birth anniversary of our beloved chairman, Late Mr. M.P. Singh

Mr. M.P. Singh always had a strong urge to o something for the welfare of the society, especially the weaker section he was an engineer turned educator, utmost humanitarian who always seeked pleasure in the company of children. He was a visionary who predicted the future of Delhi Public School, Meerut back in 2002 after placing the first brick in the field of education.

The students recited poem, shared news and performed dance highlighting the exemplary character traits of the beloved soul. Tiny Tots along with Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha and Pro-Vice Chairperson, Ms. Shashi Singh paid tribute to the deceased visionary by offering flower petals on his photograph.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha Shared her time and work experience with him. She also advised students to inculcate and imbibe his astonishing qualities in their respective lines.

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DIWALI CELEBRATION (06 NOVEMBER 2018)



DIWALI CELEBRATION

(06 NOVEMBER 2018)

Diwali, also known as the festival of lights, is traditionally celebrated by lighting Diyas and Candles, praying to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha and meeting friends and family to exchange Diwali greetings and gifts.

The corridors and classrooms of Delhi Public School, Meerut also glowed with Diyas and Lanterns on 06th Nov 2018. The Rangoli with eco-friendly colours and flowers added perfect setting to the festivity. Children of junior section came in traditional dresses.

The teachers told the children about the importance of the festival and how to celebrate a safe and eco friendly Diwali. They were also told to conquer the evil by celebrating Green Diwali this year. Children were made to learn small Diwali Songs and Arties. They also showcased beautiful traditional dances. It was a memorable and amazing celebration of the festival for the children.  

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, motivated the students to celebrate a cracker free Diwali and gave wishes to them and their families.

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BRILLANTMONT’S REPRESENTATIVES IN SCHOOL



 

BRILLANTMONT’S REPRESENTATIVES IN SCHOOL

5th November 2018 was a memorable day for Delhi Public School, Meerut Parivar as the school merrily hosted Mr. Walter, Director of World’s Renowned International Business School, Brillantmont situated in the ‘Land of Alps, Watches and Chocolates’ in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The school has a rich culture and heritage. The school is over 136 years old. Rajasthan’s Maharani Gayatri Devi is one of the notable alumni of the school. Being half an hour away from Geneva, it gives high scope for picturesque and aesthetic beauty.

He came along with an Indian representative Ms. Jayashree to conduct a workshop for both parents and students for students aspiring to study abroad.

The presence of the parents in the workshop was exemplary and they took an active part by comprehending the motif of the workshop. For them it was a platform where they satiate their queries.

The guests informed the attendees regarding a two weeks summer language course program that Brillantmont is organising in the next summer where in students will learn in depth knowledge of three languages namely French, German and English. Along with academics there would be leisure and excursion activities planned for the students.

The workshop was highly educational and informative. It was an honour for us as an institution since amongst hundreds of school in the ‘Sports City’, Meerut, the duo chose Delhi Public School, Meerut as their workshop location.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha was elated with this opportunity and she advised the parents and students to comprehend the importance of an exposure of this stature. She further told students to get their registrations done at the earliest because education today is not only about going to school and studying, it is about widening one’s knowledge and awakening interests.

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A TRIP TO HOME OF THE WILD, RANTHAMBORE (27 TO 31 OCTOBER 2018)



A TRIP TO HOME OF THE WILD, RANTHAMBORE

(27 TO 31 OCTOBER 2018)

 

 “Adventure travel feeds your dreams and builds confidence.”

Adventure gives us pleasant memories, which we often bring back to the forefront of our minds for reminiscing. This means that our journeys “Marinate” a while, a especially valuable exercise these days when we are all so perpetually busy. Placing yourself in situations where things don’t always go as planned-such as on an adventure trip-helps you to cope with the uncertainties in life. In order to pre pare children for different life skills, Delhi Public School, Meerut in collaboration with Rocksport, organised an adventure trip at Ranthambore, Rajasthan for the students of classes VIII and IX from 28th  to 31st October’18.

35 Students accompanied by 03 teachers were the part of this trip. On 27th October’18, at 08 O’clock in the night, the students gathered in the school premises with bags and baggages with full excitement. The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha addressed all the students and told them to be disciplined and learn and enjoy every moment of the trip.  The bus left for the trip at 09 O’clock.

Next day, early morning, the children were welcomed by the Rocksport personals at Ranthambore. They had their lunch and started with the activities like zip lining, rock climbing and many more. Next day they were taken for Jungle Safari at Ranthambore which is the home for the lions. The night safari also added spice to the trip. Children were told about the history of Ranthambore and they enjoyed the Rajasthani dance during the bonfire activity. On the last and the final day, the winners of different activities were given prizes and made to dance on the D.J. Floor. At 09 O’clock the students boarded the bus with lot of memories of the trip to cherish forever. Early in the morning children reached Delhi Public School, Meerut where they were welcomed by the waiting parents to the listen to the experiences of their children.  

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THE DPS FOOTBALL BOYS (OPEN) TOURNAMENT- 2018 (25 TO 28 OCTOBER 2018)



THE DPS FOOTBALL BOYS (OPEN) TOURNAMENT- 2018

(25 TO 28 OCTOBER 2018)

From 25th to 28th October 2018, student of Delhi Public School, Meerut took part in The DPS Football Boys (Open) Tournament- 2018 along with 20 other DPS Teams. It was a league-cum-knockout type tournament where 4 pools were formed.

In the group stages, out of 4 matches that Delhi Public School, Meerut played, they won three setting the standards fairly high. With defeating Muzaffarnagar by 10-0 the team secured 2nd position in their respective pool. Reaching to the quarterfinals, DPS Meerut played against DPS Bareilly and secured position in the Semi-Final.

In the Semi-Final, DPS Meerut team geared themselves harder as they would be playing against the home team and eventually their hard work paid off when the final score came out in light. DPS Meerut won with an extravagant score of 3-1.

The final was played between DPS Meerut and DPS Eldeco Lucknow and needless to say it was the best and the most exciting match of the entire league. The suspense and excitement was incessantly built during the match as neither of the team was able to secure a goal tile 70 minutes.

At the 87th minute, DPS Eldeco Lucknow grabbed the opportunity and scored a goal. Even after playing dominantly our school’s team was unable to break Eldecos defenses.

For the result, DPS Meerut emerged as the 1st Runner-Ups and Utkarsh Rana, the goalkeeper was awarded the award for the Best Goalkeeper of the Series. A team cannot be a team without its leader or the coach. The students hard work and performance was praiseworthy but so was their coach’s Mr. Vivek Malik. He has always inspired his team & time and again boosted up their morale.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha was elated with the result and congratulated the team as well as their coach for such a proud performance. She also guided the students towards the importance of team and unity.

 

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SARDAR PATEL JAYANTI CELEBRATION (31 OCTOBER 2018)



SARDAR PATEL JAYANTI CELEBRATION

(31 OCTOBER 2018)

To commemorate the birth anniversary of the “Iron Man of India”, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, the students of class VII- B presented the special assembly and loud roars of patriotism echoed in the premises of Delhi Public School, Meerut.

The students highlighted the importance of Unity and how patriotism and humanitarianism resides above all caste, creed, religion or sex. The students through a small and well informed skit tried explaining the DPSites about the importance of staying united not only in the time of need but otherwise too.

The Headmistress, Ms. Sunita Johar took the stage and congratulated the students for carrying forward such emotive and empathetic assembly. She also shared with the audience about the life history and ideologies of the veteran freedom fighter. How he made India what it is today.

Students were made aware about the unveiling ceremony of the world’s Tallest Statue (Statue of Unity) of the height of 182m, which will be carried forward by the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi in the princely state of Gujarat on 31st October’18. The statue is referred to as the statue of unity aiming to promote unity amongst the citizens. The students also pledged to stay true and loyal to each other as citizens of India.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulates the students for enlightening the audiences with the man’s life. She also shared with the students several of Sardar Ji ‘a life stories. Eventually students sang the National Anthem with pride and glint in their eyes.

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PINK COLOUR DAY ACTIVITY (29 OCTOBER 2018)



PINK COLOUR DAY ACTIVITY

(29 OCTOBER 2018)

Pink is the most soothing and soft colour among all the colours. It is a treat to the eyes when one looks at anything pink. On 29th October 2018 “Pink Colour Day” was celebrated at Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch. A display of all the things, pink in colour was done in the activity room. Children played with pink balls in the ball pool. The children also came in pink dresses and the girls with pink bands looked like little angels. The entire day was pink for everyone.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha also disseminated the importance of teaching the concept of colours it helps in differentiating one colour to the other.

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MORNING ASSEMBLY CLASS: VI-D (27 OCTOBER 2018)



MORNING ASSEMBLY

CLASS: VI-D

 (27 OCTOBER 2018)

 

TOPIC: - “PERSEVERANCE”

 

Morning assemblies are a routine in Delhi Public School, Meerut. Falling prey to this routine, students of VI-D presented their morning assembly on the topic “Perseverance”. Success is not a onetime thing. It is a journey including a lot of determination, hard work and perseverance.

Success is tasteless without perseverance. One should have the fire ignited in their hearts in order to be successful. Class VI-D presented this thought very clearly using news, speeches and poem as their aids. They perform an incident from the veteran and genius scientist Thomas Elva Edison which performed portrayed how he became what he has been known for today.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the students and explained to the gathering the importance of morning assemblies. Moreover, she shared the importance of perseverance for a student. The assembly ended with students singing the National Anthem in harmony.  

 

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QUIZ WHIZZ - 2018 (25 OCTOBER 2018)



QUIZ WHIZZ - 2018

(25 OCTOBER 2018)

The students of Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in Quiz Whizz 2018, level I organised by ITS The Education Group, Ghaziabad.

The 08th Inter School Quiz Competition held on 24th October’18 where Dpsites hoisted the flag of their knowledge and awareness. The following students secured the mentioned positions:

S. No.

Student’s Name

Class & Sec.

Position

1

Roshni Singhal

XI-F

First

2

Kalyani Verma

XI-A

Second

3

Saloni

XI-F

Third

 

The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha congratulated the winners and acknowledge the analytical and critical reading that they must have been through before appearing for this competition.

She further requested students to be inquisitive about their surroundings. She advised them to questions the existence of things because this initiative will enhance their radical brain. She advised them to stay aware of their surroundings and be open to the world both academic and co-curricular.

 

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01ST MAI NATIONAL MAJORETTE-SPORT AND DANCE CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 (24th OCTOBER 2018) “The job of feet is walking, but their hobby is dancing”



01ST MAI NATIONAL MAJORETTE-SPORT AND DANCE CHAMPIONSHIP 2018

(24th OCTOBER 2018)

“The job of feet is walking, but their hobby is dancing”

 

Khushboo Agarwal of class VIII-C from Delhi Public School, Meerut recently participated in 01st MAI National Majorette-Sport and Dance Championship 2018, the event was organised by Majorette Sport and Dance Association of Goa-MSDAG.

The event held from 13th & 14th October’18 and she participated in Solo dance category. Her passion towards paid off well as she secured God Medal in the Championship. Her victory is a matter of honour for both, her parents as well as her school, Delhi Public School, Meerut.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated her abundantly and advised her to reform to the same level in her upcoming international championship. The Principal lauded as well as acknowledge her hard work in the best possible way.

 

 

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DIYA DECORATION ACTIVITY (25 OCTOBER 2018)



DIYA DECORATION ACTIVITY

(25 OCTOBER 2018)

 

 

"Imagination is the beginning of creation

You imagine what you desire,

You will what you imagine,

and at last,

you create what you will"

-    G. B. Shaw

 

 

Creativity is nothing but an extraordinary and incredible outcome of a good imagination put on work. Every block of stone has a statue in it and it is the task of the sculpture to discover it and likewise every child is creative and just need an opportunity mixed with proper guidance to enhance it. Keeping the same in mind, school conducts various extracurricular activities to provide students with such opportunities. One such opportunity was created in Delhi Public School, Meerut in the form of Diya Decoration Activity held in school premises on 25th October’2018. It was conducted for III to V and each and every student exhibited tremendous level of participation. Students were asked to decorate a Diya using eco friendly material only.  Students of classes III to V participated in it with full zeal and zest and showed all their creativity. They used colours, beads, paper and other decorative material to do that. 

All their efforts proved fruitful in the form of beautiful Diyas. Principal Ms. Savita Chaddha herself observed the activity and appreciated their efforts. She also put emphasis on hard work and strong determination in life.

 

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FUN RACES ACTIVITY (25 OCTOBER 2018) “Run for Fun”



FUN RACES ACTIVITY

(25 OCTOBER 2018)

“Run for Fun”

Running is good for the body because it strengthens our bones and muscles. Running also helps to become mentally active. This means we are able to retain information and be active learners whether in school or at work place. Keeping in view the same, some fun races were organised for Pre-Primary section of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch on 25th October 2018.

The children were taken to the sports field in the school, where the tracks were ready with all the necessary equipments required. The children were divided into groups of 5 and were made to run on the whistle. They ran with their full energy and enjoyed many races like Hoopla Race, Balancing the Ball, Frog Race, Pass the Ring Race etc. The children clapped at their loudest for their friends and one could see the enthusiasm and eagerness to have been the part of the races. 3 winners were selected from each class and they were given appreciation handouts.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha motivated the children and said these kind races not only inculcate sportsmanship amongst the children but also help to make them physically and mentally strong. The day ended with the loud applaud.

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MORNING ASSEMBLY Class: VI-B (25 OCTOBER 2018) TOPIC :- “SANKALP SE SIDDHI TAK”



MORNING ASSEMBLY

Class: VI-B

 (25 OCTOBER 2018)

 

TOPIC :- “SANKALP SE SIDDHI TAK”

 

Just like breakfast is an energizer for your body, morning assemblies in Delhi Public School, Meerut is an energizer for your soul. In order to feed the soul with positivity and good thoughts, class VI-B presented their Morning Assembly on 25th October 2018 on the topic “Sankalp Se Siddhi Tak”.

In their assembly they enumerated the importance of hard work, decisiveness and determination in order to be successful. They used thoughts, news, shlokas and also a French poem to make the thoughts bold and edgy.

 

कोशिश करने वालों की

कभी हार नहीं होती

 

Just because something is difficulty doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try it instead we should try it harder. The results or the chances of failures and success will be unknown unless we’ll try it. These thoughts, instead these positive thoughts were the key points that little ones echoed in the school premises.

The principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, congratulated the students for putting up some a positive assembly and advised them never to consider themselves as failures. Instead she encouraged them to try harder for all the hard rocks of their lives. The morning assembly concluded with everybody singing the national anthem in harmony.

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Morning Assembly (24 October 2018) Topic – “Save the Girl Child”



Morning Assembly

 (24 October 2018)

Topic – “Save the Girl Child”

On 24th October’18, students of class VI-A presented their morning assembly on the topic “Save the Girl Child”.

“Let me bloom

Let me come

Let me see this beautiful earth

Don’t kill me before my birth”

Delhi Public School, Meerut started their day with the thought as empathetic as saving the girl child. Their assembly comprised of speeches poem, news and a dance performance. All these things together highlighted the importance of girl child.

They explained how girls are paramount in order to ensure the functioning of the society.

How saving the girl child is necessary in order to save the existence of human race was their main concern.

The Principal, Savita Chadha was amused and happy on seeing students concern towards such a social cause. She encouraged students towards education because education is such a sword which eradicates all the ills and evils of our society. The Assembly dispersed after singing the national anthem.

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ASTRONOMY WORKSHOP (23 OCTOBER 2018)



ASTRONOMY WORKSHOP

(23 OCTOBER 2018)

The Director of  Nehru Planetarium, New Delhi; Dr. Rathnasree Nandivada visited Delhi Public School, Meerut on 23rd October’18 along with her team to enlighten the students of the school about some of the astonishing details of astronomy. She was given a floral welcome by the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha and also gratitude was expressed towards the organising committee, Ms. Anuradha and Mr. Rajan of the Collins’ learning India.

Her shear knowledge of the stars, planets and the positioning of the celestial elements left everyone in amazement. Students from classes 6-11 attended Dr. Rathnasree’s workshop.

The workshop was highly an interactive one when students of class VI, VII and VIII learnt to create spectrometer to saw the spectrum of light where as students of class IX, X and XI tried anticipating the size of the sun using the telescopes and other geometrical elements for calculation.

For a person of as high stature as Dr. Rathnasree, the mere sight of her made Delhi Public School, Meerut privileged and honoured. She and her team took special care of all the questions and queries raised by the budding scientists.

Towards the end of the workshop, the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha bid them adieu and advised the students to think out of the box besides what is taught to them in the class.

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RANGOLI & BANDHANWAR MAKING ACTIVITY (22 OCTOBER 2018)



RANGOLI & BANDHANWAR MAKING ACTIVITY

(22 OCTOBER 2018)

 

Logic will take you from A to B

Imagination will take you everywhere.”

                                                                                                                                                             - Einstein

 

Students involved in extracurricular activities are more likely to become leaders, more willing to explore social, political and career interests. They gain experience in different areas that enhances their knowledge. Keeping the same idea in mind, students of class VI to VIII of Delhi Public School, Meerut took part in “Rangoli & Bandhanwar Making Activity” held in school premises on 22nd October’2018.

Groups were formed for the activity and each and every student exhibited tremendous levels of participation skills. Congruent efforts of students led to a great show.  The students of class VI independently prepared mesmerising floral Rangolis. They used flower petals, coloured rice, flour and eco friendly colours in the course. Classes VII and VIII participated in Bandharwar Making Competition reflecting their imaginations by aesthetic talents and creativity.

The affinity and charm was observed through their remarkable charismatic designs. Class VI-B secured the First Position followed by VI-A and VI-D securing Second and Third position respectively. Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha herself observed the activity and appreciated their efforts. She also told the children the importance of discipline in team work.

 

 

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LAB TRAINING PROGRAM



ENGLISH LANGUAGE LAB TRAINING PROGRAM

On 12 October 2018, Delhi Public School, Meerut organised an English language lab training program for the English department of the school. The workshop aimed at making the teachers familiarize about the well equipped English language lab of Delhi Public School, Meerut.

Mr. Lesley from Wordsworth English language lab accompanied us in carrying out the workshop as the trainer. He informed the teachers about the software that has been used in the teaching process and also explained each and every trivial thing required to use the software error free. He provided the teachers all the required ‘know how’ to ensure smooth functioning of the process.

Mr. Lesley elucidated the correct pronunciations that ought to be used through presentations. He also discussed phonetics and syllables along with other grammar rules. 

The training process was highly informative and not even a single minute was wasted. The trainer taught the teachers with the best of his ability and the time frame allotted to him. These training are a must to hone one’s skills.

These skills and availability of English language lab will not be helpful to the children only on the academic front but also it will benefit them in their overall development.

The management and the ever supporting principal Ms. Savita Chadha has given this platform of not only training English teachers as well as the students by providing the well structured English language lab at their disposal.

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SPIC MACAY (11 OCTOBER 2018)



 

SPIC MACAY

 (11 OCTOBER 2018)

 

On 11th October’18, Delhi Public School, Meerut organised SPIC MACAY 2018. It was an initiative to rejuvenate and connect the young students to their history.

Regional dance forms have been vanishing at a very fast pace due to the advent of technology and modernization.

The school was priviledged to have traditional art practitioner, daughter and disciple of stalwart Odissi Maestro Guru Hare Krishna Behera as the part of the ‘DPS Parivar’.

The event commenced by lighting the auspicious long followed by floral welcome by the Principal. Each and every guests and artists were given token of gratitude by the Principal. The event came to full bloom when Ms. Kavita Dwibedi herself performed in front of the audiences.

The proved through her actions why she is considered not only as an exempolary performer but also an unmatched ‘Abhinetri’. The performance was undoubtedly the highlight of the day. Audiences were left gaping in wonder and amazement.

Towards, the end, the Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha thanked Ms. Kavita Dwibedi and her team for taking out time and entertaining us by their performances.

She also showed her gratitude towards Mr. H.M. Rout, Principal, Dewan Public School, Meerut and Spic Macay representative for sparing their valuable time and joining us in this splendid afternoon.

  

 

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ADVENTURE CAMP (10 October 2018)



ADVENTURE CAMP

(10 October 2018)

 

“ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY.”

Academics and sports always work hand in hand for the overall development of a child. Keeping the same in view, a one day Adventure Camp for juniors was organised at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 10th October 2018 by Rocksport Company.

The camp started with an enlightening addressal by the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha to boost the participants’ morale. She motivated them to take active part in the camp and perform the activities carefully in a disciplined manner. She also told them to follow all the safety measures given by the instructors.

Students from classes Pre-Nursery to II of both DPS Meerut and Daurala Branch exuberated great enthusiasm and zeal under the guidance of trained instructors and the teachers. It included many adventure sports like Commando Net, Spout-Climbing, Tunnel Crawl, Zip line, Burma Bridge, Magical Maze, and Cross Fire etc. Students were also informed about different kinds of tents and  trained them how to fix and their uses were also told. Throughout the adventure camp, the students faced many challenges, full of thrills and artificial dangers.

The environment was so energetic that all the students were completely engrossed and did all the events confidently. It was a joyful and enriching experience for all the students. Such camps help the students to face hardships in life and prepare themselves to face any challenge.

 

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A TRIP TO OH! MAX, WONDERLAND AT GREATER NOIDA (10 OCTOBER 2018)



A TRIP TO OH! MAX, WONDERLAND AT GREATER NOIDA

(10 OCTOBER 2018)

On the 9th October 2018, students of Delhi Public School, Meerut of classes 3rd to 05th went to a day adventure camp along with their teachers to “Oh! Max, the Indoor Wonderland at Greater Noida”. It is a theme park with nature as it’s main highlight. The park is stretched in a vast area giving ample space for carrying out an array of unique and interesting activities. 

The students in the park were given a chance to explore the Chocolate Factory, Titanic, Tutankhamen Spot and various others in the ‘Oh! Explore’ category.  Titanic was a spot which received maximum admiration. The kids were also encouraged for performing Oh! Adventure Category activities such as Amusement Park and Trampoline Park. The kids also relished the Oh! Taj Components. The day was totally sealed with fun and excitement. 

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha was happy on seeing the merry students returning with wide smiles in the school premises in the evening. Later happily they went to their respective home along with their parents. 

 

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DAY ADVENTURE CAMP (08 OCTOBER 2018)



DAY ADVENTURE CAMP

(08 OCTOBER 2018)

The students of Delhi Public School, Meerut went on a Day Adventure Camp to 28 Barracks, Kundli on 07th October’18.

For the students of class 6th and 7th, it was the most rejuvenating gift given by the school as this trip was just after their three weeks long midterm examination. It was organised by Rocksport. They planned the complete day for students with fun filled activities and palatable dishes.

The students assembled in the school and left the premises with zest and anxiety at 07:00am. The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha waved them goodbye and advised them to enjoy their day.

In the camp, students took part in activities such as Potters, Burma Bridge, Commando Net, Zipline, Tractor Ride, Gorilla Cave, Tug of War, Hamster Wheel and many others.

The students completely enjoyed the adrenaline rush that these activities infused in them. Breakfast and snacks were provided to the children at the venue only.

The campers were left agaped when they were told about the D.J. preparation.  They had their best time at the dance floor.

They ended the day with a bag full of pleasant memories made, shared and savoured. They returned the campus in the evening where they were welcomed back by the Principal and parents. Later they went to their respective homes smilingly.

 

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CBSE CLUSTER XIX ATHLETIC MEET (BOYS & GIRLS) -2018 (08th October 2018)



CBSE CLUSTER XIX ATHLETIC MEET (BOYS & GIRLS) -2018

(08th October 2018)

 

Salwan Public School, Trans Delhi Signature City, Loni, Ghaziabad organised CBSE Cluster XIX Athletic Meet (Boys & Girls) -2018 from 5th to 7th October 2018 where many of the students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated and secured recognizable positions. The following table includes all the details of the participants and their respective sports:-

S. No.

Name of Students

Age & Category

Games

Position

Medal

1

Radhika

U-14 (Girls)

High Jump

I

Gold

2

Mandeep Siwach

U-14 (Boys)

800m

I

Gold

3

Sneha Chauhan

U-19 (Girls)

High Jump

II

Silver

4

Ajay Sood

U-17 (Boys)

800m

II

Silver

All the above participants performed as per the best of their abilities. They truly are benchmarking examples of hardwork and efforts. Their victories are examples for other DPSites. On the basis of these performances Delhi Public School, Meerut scored the 1st rank in Meerut City and 8th rank out of 355 other participating schools. 

The students not only bagged medals but also were lauded for qualifying the CBSE National Athletics Competition. The athletics competition is scheduled from 12th to 18th November’18 at PSSEMR School, Karnataka.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the students and their coaches Ms. Anshuli Chaurasia and Mr. Vivek Malik to prepare the students so well that they left no stone unturned and effortlessly strived towards success.  

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WORLD ANIMAL DAY-2018 (04 OCTOBER 2018)



WORLD ANIMAL DAY-2018

(04 OCTOBER 2018)

 

Help Make This World a fairer Place for all Animals

World Animal Day is celebrated all over the world on 4th October
to raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the globe. Building the celebration of World Animal Day unites the animal welfare movement, mobilising it into a global force to make the world a better place for all animals.  It's celebrated in different ways in every country, irrespective of nationality, religion, faith or political ideology. 

 

Through increased awareness and education we can create a world where animals are always recognised as sentient beings and full regard is always paid to their welfare.

 

To arouse the emotions amongst the little kids, this day was celebrated at Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch with great zest and zeal. Teachers of Junior Section narrated many stories using animal puppets to the children to make them understand for being kind to the animals.

They were made to write slogans like Don’t Tease Animals,  Don’t Hurt Them etc. Many other activities were conducted in different grades which were thoroughly fun learning for the children.

                                      

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CBSE NORTH ZONE –I TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP -2018 (29th SEPT’2018 TO 03rd OCT’2018)



CBSE NORTH ZONE –I TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP -2018

(29th SEPT’2018 TO 03rd OCT’2018)

 

“WAY TOWARDS NATIONAL GLORY”

The CBSE North Zone-I Taekwondo championship held at The Millenium School, Meerut from 29th September’18 to 03rd October’18. The event undoubtedly proved to be a splendid start to the month of October for Delhi Public School, Meerut.

Three students namely Bandhvi Vats, Mirnalini Vats and Lakshay Vats not only participated in the above mentioned event but also filled the heart of DPSites with equal pride and honour, after being qualifying for CBSE National taekwondo championship organised at Satyawati Memorial Academy, Bijnor. The event is schedule from 13th to 18th November’18.

The detailed results are:

S. No.

Name of Students

Age & Category

Weight

Position

Medal

1

Bandhvi Vats

U-17 (Girls)

U-59kg

I

Gold

2

Mrinalini Vats

U-14 (Girls)

U-55kg

I

Gold

3

Lakshya Vats

U-14 (Boys)

U-50kg

II

Silver

 

Not only their coaches Ms. Anshuli Chaurasia and Mr. Vivek Malik applauded their efforts and hardwork but also the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the coach player duo for putting such a worthy show as per the best of their ability and capability.

Each one at DPS is waiting for them to return the school premises with National Level Medals rung around their necks.

 

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EDUCATION WORD CORONATES (01 OCTOBER 2018)



EDUCATION WORD CORONATES

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT AS NO.1 CO-EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL

(01 OCTOBER 2018)

 

Each and every individual soul feels grateful, humble and proud while sharing this news. It is an honourable moment for all the DPSite teaching faculty, non Teaching ones and even the management. Delhi Public School, Meerut is recognised for ‘the sixth consecutive year’ by Education World for its outstanding and unmatched performance throughout the year. This judgment is based on an array of parameters. Even some of the best schools were not capable of carrying out such a magnificent and consistent performance.

On this glorious achievement, The Principal of Delhi Public School, Meerut Mrs. Savita Chadha acknowledged her team that is undoubtedly the part and parcel in ensuring smooth functioning of school. This is the result of collective efforts put in by the unparallel support of all parents, staff and above all, our gifted children. She further added that these recognition concretes our vision to be “Kamyaab” and motivates us further to be recognised in the elitest schools of the country.   

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GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATION (01 OCTOBER 2018)



GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATION

(01 OCTOBER 2018)

“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.”

- Mahatma Gandhi

To mark the birthday of our great freedom fighter, nation builder and pious soul, Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated on 01st October’18 in the premises of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch.

The children gave tribute to this great personality by offering flowers at his image. Different stories about him were told to the children by the class teachers along with the great deeds done for the welfare for our country. The day ended with a thought in everybody’s mind that cleanliness is next to godliness and service to mankind is the first step to words reaching it.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha also told them to follow his footsteps and become the good citizens of India.

 

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CBSE WORKSHOP “CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMME –HINDI” (29 & 30 September 2018)



CBSE WORKSHOP

“CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMME –HINDI”

(29 & 30 September 2018)

Mrs. Ayogika Shukla, HOD Hindi,  from Delhi Public School, Meerut attended the CBSE Capacity Building Programme for class X (Subject-Hindi) on 29th & 30th September 2018 at St. John Public School, Meerut Cant. The attendees there were informed about the skills of various sections of literature and grammar namely unseen passage, unseen poetry, grammar and writing too. 

The resource person Mr. Akhilesh Kaushik and Dr. Siksha gave their invaluable views and discussed the need to inculcate creativity in modern day teaching methodologies. 

The capacity building workshop focused on finding ways to make the difficult topics like Blooms Taxonomy more interesting for both the teacher and student. 

Undoubtedly it was an interactive as well as informative session for Mrs. Ayogika Shukla. She was able to horn her skills and she further thanked the Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha for giving her this chance. It is the principal’s view of always giving their students as well as teachers enough scope for learning and acquiring knowledge because learning for her is a never ending process. 

 

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KRIDA BHARTI INTER SCHOOL ATHLETICS MEET 2018 (28 SEPTEMBER 2018) “Showering Medals”



KRIDA BHARTI INTER SCHOOL

ATHLETICS MEET 2018

(28 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

“Showering Medals”

A fit mind is all possible when one has a fit body. Students at Delhi Public School, Meerut have never restricted themselves to merely academics. The coaches Ms. Anshuli Chaurasia and Mr. Vivek Malik have always advised their students to be good at whatever they are asked to do.

Following their coaches’ advices Dpsites have created milestones in the past and haven’t ceased till how.

On the 22nd and 23rd September 2018 students participated in Krida Bharti Inter School Athletics Meet-2018 held at Subharti University, Meerut.

From a vast range of events like 100m, 200m, 600m, 4X100m relay, shot put and many others Dpsites won 14 Gold Medals, 03 Silvers and 03 Bronze Medals claiming to be the all round achiever of the event. The results will leave in wonder. The following table is a detailed description of the winners.

S.No.

Name of Students

Age & Category

Event

Position

Medal

1

Aditya Agarwal

18yrs – Boys

100m

I

Gold

2

Aditya Agarwal

18 Yrs – Boys

4X100 m Relay

I

Gold

3

Shumham Sagar

18 Yrs – Boys

4X100 m Relay

I

Gold

4

Sarang Yadav

18 Yrs –Boys

Discus Throw

I

Gold

5

Sarthak Chaudhary

18 Yrs-Boys

Javelin

I

Gold

6

Sarang Yadav

18 Yrs –Boys

Shot-Put

I

Gold

7

Sneha Chauhan

18 Yrs – Girls

Shot-Put

I

Gold

8

Sneha Chauhan

18 Yrs – Girls

Javelin Throw

I

Gold

9

Ajay Sood

16 Yrs-Boys

400 m

I

Gold

10

Ajay Sood

16 Yrs-Boys

4X100m Relay

I

Gold

11

Shuham Sharma

16 Yrs-Boys

100m

I

Gold

12

Shuham Sharma

16 Yrs-Boys

4X100m Relay

I

Gold

13

Dhairya

16 Yrs – Boys

Shot-put

I

Gold

14

Dhairya

16 Yrs – Boys

Discus Throw

I

Gold

15

Kumkun Sagar

16 Yrs- Girls

100m

II

Silver

16

Chaya Chhokar

14 Yrs-Girls

100m

II

Silver

17

Chaya Chhokar

14 Yrs-Girls

200m

II

Silver

18

Shagun Yadav

14 Yrs –Girls

100m

III

Bronze

19

Shagun Yadav

14 Yrs –Girls

200m

III

Bronze

20

Mandeep Siwach

14 Yrs-Boys

600m

III

Bronze

The result left Ms. Savita Chadha’s heart, Principal, Delhi Public School, Meerut is bliss. She heartily congratulated the students for their mind boggling performances and encouraged them to keep up the good work.

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52ND U.P. STATE ANNUAL JUNIOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP -2018 (27 SEPTEMBER 2018) “SILVER FEATHER TO THE CAP”



52ND U.P. STATE ANNUAL JUNIOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP -2018

(27 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

“SILVER FEATHER TO THE CAP”

Yet another reason for Delhi Public School, Meerut to celebrate and be all glee. 

The 52nd U.P. State Annual Junior Athletics Championship -2018 held at K.D. Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow from 20th to 23rd September 2018. The championship was organised by U.P. Athletics Association.

The competition witnessed a footpall of approximately 1000 – 1200 participants. Amid the 1200 participants Ajay Sood of standard IX, showed his sheer spirit of hardwork by bagging the Silver Medal in 600m under -14 category. It is a moment for utter pride and glory for Delhi Public School, Meerut. Even the coaches Mr. Vivek Malik and Ms. Anshuli Chaurasia are going gaga over the achievement of their athlete.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated Ajay for his impressive performance and advised him to keep working harder in his respective sport.  

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TRIP TO CENTURY AMUSEMENT CITY, “KIDZANIA” (26 SEPTEMBER 2018)



TRIP TO CENTURY AMUSEMENT CITY, “KIDZANIA”

(26 SEPTEMBER 2018)

To initiate the development of an adequate childhood, establishment of different relationships with child’s world and building of child’s identity to become self dependent, Delhi Public School, Meerut organized an educational trip to Century Amusement City, “Kidzania” at Noida for students of Classes I and II on 26th September’18. Children left the school premises by 07:00 am under the guidance of their respective teachers and the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha waved to the students and wished them good luck to enjoy the trip.

The excitement began when a warm welcome was given by the team of “KIDZANIA”. There were ample of activities such as extinguishing the fire, car driving, bank transaction, passport making, court hearing, acting, modelling etc. The students performed different activities under the guidance of experts, educators & professionals in various fields. They were thrilled to see Police Station, Amity University, Ambulance, Fire Brigade, Airplane, Shiamak Dance Academy, Bollywood etc. This inspired, educated & empowered the kids to understand & manage their world better. The children learnt to earn currency and spent it on their own.

They were over excited to make Frooti, Chocos, Kinderjoy etc and relished eating them. They also rocked the Dance Floor. The children were provided with a hygienic and delicious lunch after the activities.

It was an enthusiastic, extraordinary and amazing venture for all. Everybody learnt a lot through the evident experiences of this trip.

The children returned to the school with a lot of memories and a heartful wish to visit again. They were cheerfully welcomed by their parents.

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SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN



SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN

Date: 24-09-2018

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (SBA) or Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) is a Nation-Wide Campaign in India for the period 2014 to 2019 that aims to clean up the streets, roads and infrastructure of India's cities, smaller towns, and rural areas. The campaign's official name is in Hindi and translates to Clean India Mission in English. The objectives of Swachh Bharat include eliminating open defecation through the construction of household-owned and community-owned toilets and establishing an accountable mechanism of monitoring toilet use. Run by the Government of India, the mission aims to achieve an Open-Defecation Free (ODF) India by 2 October 2019, the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi. On 24th September 2018, the little cherubs of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Durala Branch took the responsibility to fulfill this dream of our respected Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. They walked a rally in the school, spoke the slogans at their top of the voice .They were made to pick up the litter and put in the bins. Teachers instructed them to segregate the Biodegradable and non Biodegrade garbage also. The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated their efforts and told them about this Campain.

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WET AND DRY ACTIVITY (19 SEPTEMBER 2018)



WET AND DRY ACTIVITY

(19 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

Messy play is important for young children, giving them endless ways to develop and learn. All types of play are essential for children’s development and early learning. Play helps children to develop and improve their gross and fine motor skills, co-ordination and concentration. Also how to work cooperatively and collaboratively, use all their senses to discover and explore their environment, and develop their imagination, creative thinking and ability to problem solving and experiment with solutions.

Children respond better to learning experiences when more of their senses are involved. Sensory experiences are wonderful opportunities for learning and they are so much fun! 

Another Scaffolding was done to the concept building at Delhi Public School, Meerut and Durala Branch on investigating Wet and Dry! Children were made to dip their hands in bowls of water colours and then wiped the hands to dry. They made their handkerchiefs wet in water and dried them in the sun. It was a fun learning, exploration, investigation and starting of attaching the early starters to science experiments.

 

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WORKING MODEL OF TRIAL BALANCE (10 SEPTEMBER 2018)



WORKING MODEL OF TRIAL BALANCE

 (10 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

Accountancy Department of Delhi Public School, Meerut under the guidance of their mentor Dr. Upendra Bhardwaj prepared a Working Model of a Trial Balance. The model is a real life problem solver. As we all know, accountancy standards rely on some basic rules called the golden rules of accountancy. 

 

This is a working project based on TRIAL BALANCE. There are some certain golden rules of Accounting which are taken care of while carrying out the calculations. It simply means every head of business transaction have its certain place either Debit or Credit, like assets are always debited and liabilities are always credited. 

With the help of this equipment students can easily check whether the entry is carried out correctly or not.

 

The principal, Ms. Savita Chadha encouraged the mentor for igniting light of curiousity in the young minds. She encouraged the students for carrying out the project so efficiently. 

 

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HAPPY GANESH CHATURTHI 2018 (13 SEPTEMBER 2018)



HAPPY GANESH CHATURTHI 2018

 

(13 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

 

GANPATI BAPPA MORIYAAA!!! Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Shri Ganesha, the symbol of wisdom and remover of obstacles. This festival is also known as Ganesh Utsav which means festival of Shri Ganesha. On 13th September 2018, Pre Primary section of Delhi Public School, Meerut celebrated Ganeshotsav with lots of fun and frolic. On this auspicious day, the children of pre primary section drew colourful Flower Rangoli with the help of the teachers. A traditional lamp lighting and aarthi was also done and children showcased dances, songs and skits depicting the importance of Lord Vinayaka.Various activities were conducted like making Ganesha with clay and organic colours and drawing and painting pictures of this festival. The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha said that we should not forget the culture, tradition and importance of celebrating festivals and told the children to not to pollute the rivers by drowning the idols in them. The entire school was filled with the positive vibes with entering of Ganesha.

 

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PREPOSITIONS - A NEW START (11 SEPTEMBER 2018)



PREPOSITIONS - A NEW START

(11 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

Prepositions and postpositions are a class of words that we have been taught the day we landed up in kindergarten. Starting with 'about' and going on down the list, we knew the words but often didn't know exactly why these words mattered. Teaching prepositions can be a fun and can be taught in play way method. When kids get busy and interact with the content, they are likely to learn the why and what. This makes the learning an enjoyable preposition.

An initiative to teach the same to the tiny tots was taken on 11th September’18. The students went to the well-equipped activity room at Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch where toys, shelves and games were used by the teachers to teach prepositions. They learnt the words like in, on, through, under etc by self experiencing with the teaching aids. They grabbed some coloured pencils and followed the prepositions, filled sentences to create colourful scenes.

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Morning Assembly Class – X-E (10 September 2018) Topic – “School Days, the Best Days”



Morning Assembly

Class – X-E

(10 September 2018)

Topic – “School Days, the Best Days”

On 10th September’18, students of class X-E came forward to present their morning assembly and memorise each one of us about the Golden Period our lives.

No wonder, how aged we may be, how old we have turned, one can never forget the time spent in his/her school.

The presenters put forward all the memories that made us agitated then but make us giggle now. Be it waking up at 05:00 am or standing at the bus stop or meeting friends, eating Tiffin in periods, standing outside in punishment or any other. These are just the some of the few things that each one of us has definitely done in our respective school lives.

The students recited a poem in order to equalize the overflowing emotions among the audiences. The students through a play and a song made sure that everyone in the audience sheds a tear of joy.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha congratulated the students and encouraged them to enjoy their school life as much as possible since these are the days they will be cherishing forever.

 

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT BAGS GOLD MEDALS IN SHOOTING



DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT BAGS GOLD MEDALS IN SHOOTING

For us this season could be the rainy season where we are drenching ourselves in just water but for Parnika Bhalla, a student of Delhi Public School , Meerut ; class X-C, it is not only water she is drenching herself in; it’s raining medals for her.  Among 1500 participants, she participated in 12th Maharaja Dr. Karni Singh Memorial Shooting Competition held at Jaipur, Rajasthan. The event was organised between 12th July and 16th July 2018. Due to exhibiting extraordinary performance at the event she was able to secure 01 Silver Medal in 25mt. Air Pistol under the category of Individual Junior below the age of 21.

She also participated in 17th Uttarakhand State Shooting Championship with 1000 other participants. The event held at Dehradun from 17th August to 24th August 2018 where she bagged 09 Gold Medals, 01 Silver Medal and 3 Bronze Medals.

The list of the event along with the category she participated in is given below:

S. No.

Medal

Games

Category

1

01 Bronze Medal

25 Mt.

Individual - Senior Women Category

2

01 Bronze Medal

10 Mt.

Individual - Senior Women Category

3

01 Bronze Medal

10 Mt.

Individual - Youth Women Category

4

01 Silver Medal

25 Mt.

Individual - Junior Women Category

5

01 Gold Meal

10 Mt.

Individual - Junior Women Category

6

01 Gold Medal

Trap

Individual - Junior Women Category

7

01 Gold Medal

Double Trap

Individual - Junior Women Category

8

01 Gold Medal

10 Mt.

Under -19 years – Team Youth Women

9

01 Gold Medal

10 Mt.

Team Senior Women Category

10

01 Gold Medal

10 Mt.

Team Junior Women Category

11

01 Gold Medal

25 Mt.

Team Junior Women Category

12

01 Gold Medal

25 Mt.

Team Senior Women Category

13

01 Gold Meal

25 Mt.

Individual Civilian Category

 

Undoubtedly, all the achievements that she is receiving is a sincere result of her dedication and perseverance along with her coach’s Mr. Vivek Malik’s mentorship.

The Principal Miss Savita Chaddha was spell bounded by the girl’s victory congratulated the duo for igniting the flames of hard work and encouragement within the other students. She also appalled her with her heartiest good wishes. Moreover, she advised her to keep up the practice so that winning becomes one of her habit.

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Morning Assembly Class – X-D (08 September 2018) Topic – “Education System Around the World”



Morning Assembly

Class – X-D

(08 September 2018)

Topic – “Education System Around the World”

‘’Education is not preparation for life, it is life itself. ‘’

With this thought students of class X-D ventured into their morning assembly on the topic: “Education System around the world”.

Needless to say how important is education for all of us and how differently people study all over the globe. The students in their assembly used speech, music and thought as their aids to spread awareness about the different education systems all over the globe to their audiences.

They highlighted the idea of how education is the passport to the future and how a country’s fame and productivity depends upon the quality of education they provide to their citizens.  Students provided the audience with the knowledge of education system of their neighbour countries too.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha appreciates the students for presenting such an informative and useful assembly. She also discussed with the students why a judicious education system is significant for a country.

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BRAINY BRINJAL-PURPLE COLOUR DAY CELEBRATION (07 SEPTEMBER 2018)



BRAINY BRINJAL-PURPLE COLOUR DAY CELEBRATION

 

(07 SEPTEMBER 2018)

 

Orange and Purple are two extremes when it comes to colours. So the Purple Day was celebrated in Pre-Primary section of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Durala Branch on 7th September’18 to make the little kids aware about the colour and how it adds beauty to things around us. Children were made aware of this colour by using different themes like Vegetables, Fruits & other innovative ideas. They were involved in exciting activities like Palm Printing, Potato & Bitter gourd dabbing, Colouring objects, playing with toys etc. Tiny toddlers brought different things purple in colour and ‘Show and Tell” Activity was also conducted where in they spoke few lines about things which they had brought. It was a fun & frolic day for these tiny tots.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha motivated the students and enhanced their knowledge about various colours.

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Morning Assembly Class – X-C (07 September 2018) Topic – “Tribute to Late. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee”



Morning Assembly

Class – X-C

(07 September 2018)

Topic – “Tribute to Late. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee”

The season of mourning has not ceased yet. Students of class X-C, today presented their Morning Assembly as a tribute to one of our endearly loved former Prime Minister whom our Nation lost just a few weeks back, Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

He was not only a Political Leader but also a Social Worker, a Poet and an Intellectual. Under his prime ministership our nation achieved utmost heights of development and pride.

The students commenced their assembly with one of Shri Ji’s self composed poem. Shri Atal Ji’s mantra of leading a life will encourage the students to become great citizens. The audience was enthralled by all the virtues that the presenters put forward.

Students sung a song translation which again was written by Shri Atal Ji himself. The speech highlighted Shri Atal Ji’s ideas of an ideal human and an exemplary citizen.

The assembly put forward some of the rare gems of Shri Atal Ji’s refine taste in art and poetry. It included some of his virtues and some of his most popular poems of all time.

After the incessant poetry, the dance performance made the audience all merry and glee.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha shared the Nation’s long suppressed grief with the dear students. She advised and encouraged students to consider Mr. Atal Ji’s life as an example of how a TRUE INDIAN or a TRUE CITIZEN SHOULD DWELL. Moreover, she congratulated the students for presenting such an informative and encouraging assembly.  

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Morning Assembly Class – X-B (06 September 2018) Topic – “The Seven Ages”



Morning Assembly

Class – X-B

(06 September 2018)

Topic – “The Seven Ages”

Today the students of class X-B carried forward the tradition of conducting a morning assembly and they chose “The Seven Ages” by William Shakespeare as their topic.

In the course of their assembly they explained how age is not barrier; it is just a limitation that one puts on his/her mind.

Moreover, through the speech they explained how during a single life a human plays different roles of being a son sometimes followed by a father in years to follow and others.

The assembly was just a reminder: “How life is like a journey, one comes and goes while playing his part” further, using the above mentioned theme, they definitely evoked the spirit of “The father of English Drama”, William Shakespeare.

The assembly was full of music, thoughts and speeches. Musical performance was just the cherry on the top.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha too congratulated the students for their utmost efforts and also encouraged them to live their life to the fullest. She exclaimed how important it is to play whatever role we are asked to play by the Almighty with sheer admiration and responsibility.

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TEACHERS’ DAY



TEACHERS’ DAY

5th September 2018, Delhi Public School, Meerut celebrated the auspicious occasion of Teachers’ Day. A special assembly was conducted which began with the enchanting of the Gayatri Mantra. Everyone felt a wave of piousness while the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha offered flowers to Late Shri Radha Krishnan, whose birthday is celebrated as Teachers Day.

Teachers were welcomed by the students of class XI in a traditional style and were given cards with compliments as a mark of respect. It was then followed by a variety of entertaining programmes by the students of class XI. They unveiled the enviable talents of singers and dancers.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha  lent the occasion , the equisite warmth with her gracious presence. She spoke in high esteem of the staff for taking DPS Meerut to heights and also congratulated the students for their commendable presentation in the assembly. The celebrations though ended but left its memories in the hearts of all to cherish forever.

The Celebration successfully plead an ideology upon the students to stay away from comforts and try to be in association with the people of vision.

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ALL INDIA CHAMPIONSHIP NATIONAL GAMES - 2018



ALL INDIA CHAMPIONSHIP NATIONAL GAMES - 2018

An athlete is never born; he is created and yielded with hard work, enormous numbers of hours are put in his/her practice. He is not born by chance but is created with a greater purpose. One such athlete was noticed in the All India Championship National Games – 2018. The mini “Milka Singh” Aditya Aggarwal of class XII-D participated in the above mentioned event organised by Olympiad State and Games Association, Haryana. He was trained by his dedicated coaches Mr. Mivek Malik and Ms. Ansuli Chaurasia. The event catered to more than 350 participants from different schools at Malikpur, Sonipat, Haryana. The event took place from 31st August’18 to 02nd September’18.

When someone is dedicated enough then even nature cannot stop them from winning, just like Aditya’s race witnessed. He ran like flash covering 100M in mere 11:25 second and secured the Gold Medal. Undoubtedly, he is the knight in shining armour for all dpsites.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated him on this grand success. She extended her special thanks to the parents and his coaches for being such a source of inspiration for his triumph.

 

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INTER SCHOOL TAEKWONDO COMPETITION-2018



INTER SCHOOL TAEKWONDO COMPETITION-2018

Nothing can be compared to the feeling of being awarded for your hard work and for putting your heart and soul into your passion. Recently, on 19th August’18 Dpsites went to Karan Public School for an Inter School Taekwondo Competition.

Students from all over the city came together to live the spirit of great performance and winning. Approximately 90 students were there including sub junior and junior ones. The competition was conducted by Mr. Jhah. The following students won the fights. Lakshay Vats of VII B received a gold medal for his amazing performance. Mrinalini Vats is VII B too won a gold medal. In the junior section Kritika Vats III A secured a gold medal. All these students gave up their comfort zones and made themselves capable of this recognition.

The principal Miss Savita Chadha was elated by the students’ achievements and she congratulated them and advised them to continue their practice because it is only practice that will bring them to perfection and eventually success. These students are indeed the torchbearers of a secure and self reliant India which we are dreaming for.

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Morning Assembly Class – X-A (04 September 2018) Topic – “Importance of Sports in a Person’s Life”



Morning Assembly

Class – X-A

(04 September 2018)

Topic – “Importance of Sports in a Person’s Life”

Students of X A today presented their morning assembly on the topic: “Importance of sports in a person’s life”.

Due to the technical extravaganza humans nowadays prefer to play cricket on their tabs rather than getting soaked by dirt and mud in their playground.

Students together put forward the thought fittingly as to how important sports are for a human in order to maintain his physical Health. They enumerated on the topic through speeches both by the students and their class teacher, thought and songs. They also balanced the art quotient by performing a skit as well as a dance.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha praised the students for their efficient topic selection and also encouraged them to actively take part in sports.

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JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATION (01 SEPTEMBER 2018)



JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATION

(01 SEPTEMBER 2018)

                                                                  

Several cute Kanhas and Radhas came down to Delhi Public School Meerut & Daurala Branch, as classes from Pre-Nursery to II celebrated Shri Krishna Janmashtami today i.e. 01st September’18.

The event took place in the Tagore Hall. The fun filled event colourfully clad children consisted of Tableaus depicting the life of Krishna, scintillating dance performances by little Gopiyas and a fancy dress show.

The event became super exciting with the dance performance by the students of class I and II on the song “Natkhat Yamuna Ke Tat Par”. It appeared as if D.P.S. had turned into Gokul for a short while where Lord Krishna is performing his leelas with Rada, Maa Yashoda, Sudama and Gopiyas.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha lauded the students for their beautiful efforts. The programme ended with the pushpanjali to Lord Shri Krishna.

 

 

 

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COMPETITION - BHARAT KO JANO (01 SEPTEMBER 2018)



COMPETITION - BHARAT KO JANO

(01 SEPTEMBER 2018)

Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in the Competition “Bharat Ko Jano”, organized by Bharat Vikas Parishad on 01 September 2018. It was an initiative to make students aware about the contribution and sacrifices made by great Indian personalities for the progress and development of the nation and to know more about their country.

The competition was organised for classes V to X, who showcased their active participation and enthusiasm. All of them attempted the objective type question paper with sincerely and focus.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha encouraged the students and appreciated them for this great initiative to unveil the vivid culture and heritage of India.

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Morning Assembly Class – IX-E (01 September 2018) Topic – “Missile Man of India –Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam”



 

Morning Assembly

Class – IX-E

(01 September 2018)

Topic – “Missile Man of India –Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam”

 

Keeping alive the tradition of remembering the almighty before commencing our daily chores, students of IX-E today, presented the morning assembly on the ‘Missile Man of India’ the ‘people’s president‘, effectionately called Kalam Chacha by children. Yes you guessed it right he is Dr.  A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.

Their assembly was full of virtues and words of wisdom that the man himself imparted. Bob Marley rightly said, “The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.”

Undoubtedly the former scientist encouraged and inspired people from all parts of lives through his life. His life in itself is a motivating tale for all of us.

While enlightening the students about Dr. Kalam, students exhibited an amazing semi classical dance performance, poem along with a musical performance by their class choir.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha took the opportunity and congratulated the students for successfully presenting such a well informed assembly. She also advised the students to take motivation from Dr. kalam’s life and practice some of his virtues in their personal lives because undoubtedly his life has been a benchmark.

 

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“Ginger Breads” Sandwich Making Activity Date: 30-08-2018



“Ginger Breads” Sandwich Making Activity

 

Date: 30-08-2018

 

Seeing the mothers cooking food in the kitchen, the little children are always curious to try to make something to eat for themselves. So, to quench their eagerness a ‘Sandwich Making Activity’ was held for tiny tots of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch on 30th August’18 i.e. Thursday. Children brought required ingredients to make delicious sandwiches such as bread, cheese slices, tomatoes, cucumbers, tomato ketchup etc. With the instructions given by the teachers, they made sandwiches of different shapes and sizes. They learnt some new words like spread, sprinkle, slice, sachet etc. They were also told to help their mothers in the kitchen and were advised not to play with knives and forks.  This activity helped them to be more independent.

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Morning Assembly Class – IX-D (30 August 2018) Topic – “Humanity”



Morning Assembly

Class – IX-D

(30 August 2018)

Topic – “Humanity”

 

Today the students of IX-D together presented their morning assembly on the topic “Humanity”. The students enlightened the morning through the Morning Prayer, thoughts, speech, song by their class choir and also a dance.

The students cited the examples of the philanthropist Mother Teresa narrating how she spent her whole life in helping needy and poor people. The Children sought tremendous inspiration from such a great soul and learnt that we should give the world the best we can. The assembly concluded with the thought of “Being Human” and how and why it is significant?

Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha congratulated the students for presenting a wonderful assembly and for choosing a relevant topic as it is really important for each one of us to be humane.

 

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TALENTS AT HEIGHTS (29 August 2018)



TALENTS AT HEIGHTS

(29 August 2018)

Knowledge and strength when combine together create wonders. The little depsites of Delhi Public School, Meerut showcased their talents in the field of sports and knowledge wherein Kavyansh Vats (class I) brought laurels to the school by grabbing Silver Medal in Taekwondo Championship held on 27th August 2018 at Saheed-E-Azam Bhagat Singh Inter School. On the other hand Vedang Mudgal of the same class bagged 1st Runner up position and Gold Medal in the Abacus exam held last month at UCMAS and he also won Gold Medal in Summer Roller Skating Competition 2018 on 28th June 2018 at Karan Public School, Meerut.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the students for their marvelous performance and blessed them to reach far more heights in the future.

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Morning Assembly Class – IX-C (29 August 2018) Topic – “Human Freedom”



Morning Assembly

Class – IX-C

(29 August 2018)

Topic – “Human Freedom”

 

Education is the right of a human and it has an immense power to transform. It is the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable development.

With this incredible thought students of class IX-C commenced their morning assembly today. Their topic was “Human Freedom”. The students highlighted the topic with speeches, prayer, thoughts, poem and song.

They highlighted how important it is to have a free and liberal thinking, how important it is to express our thoughts vividly and lead them into action in our daily lives. Freedom is a human’s fundamental right and deprivation of the same is nothing less than a punishment.

 Students also put forward the need to exercise your freedom judiciously. On seeing the students discussing so endearingly on the topic Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha congratulated and praised the students for such a splendid morning assembly. She too showered the pearls of wisdom and nuggets of knowledge on the students.

 

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Morning Assembly Class – IX-B (28 August 2018) Topic – “The Glory of Motherhood”



Morning Assembly Class – IX-B (28 August 2018)

Topic – “The Glory of Motherhood”

Today students of class IX-B presented their morning assembly on the most unique and emotional topic “The Glory of Motherhood”. Mothers undoubtedly are an indispensible element or chord in a family without who, it is next to impossible to run the daily errands. The students presented the ideas in the most effective ways through prayer, songs, poetry and speech. Their musical act was absolutely a delight for the eyes. The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha praised the students for putting up such an emotional and heartwarming show. The assembly ended on good note: Motherhood being a combination of little moments that the almighty weaves together with grace, redemption, laughters, tears and most of all love.

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RAKHI CELEBRATION (27 AUGUST 2018)



RAKHI CELEBRATION

(27 AUGUST 2018)

Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters and is symbolized by the tying of a holy thread. The auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated at Delhi public school Meerut and Durala Branch on 27th August’18 by organizing a Rakhi Making Competition for classes I to III. The students of Pre-Nursery to Prep also joined this celebration, which was aimed at strengthening the bond of love and to instil the virtues of love and harmony among the young, growing kids. All the children participated with great zeal and zest. Everyone saw a number of creative and colourful Rakhis being made by the students. The Rakhis that were made were beautifully adorner with beads, colourful threads, peacock plumes which could showcase the great talents of the small children.

It also displayed the fusion of modern and traditional styles. Teachers discussed & reiterated the importance of this festival amongst the children by telling stories.

Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha also appreciated the children and said that   celebration of such festivals in schools is necessary as children today are deprived of true spirit of festivals and the school is a platform to teach students about our traditions.

 

 

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PATRIOTIC SONG COMPETITION (24 AUGUST 2018)



PATRIOTIC SONG COMPETITION

(24 AUGUST 2018)

 

Music is beneficial for children as it not only develops their aesthetic sense, but is also the key to creativity. it is one of the most beautiful human experience and plays an important role in the education of a child by providing him/her an opportunity of self expression.

A Patriotic Song Competition was organised on 24th August’18 to expose our children to music, along with enhancing their language and presentation skills.

The Activity Room of Delhi Public School, Meerut was filled with children brimming with enthusiasm to showcase their talent. The students prepared well for the competition and a wide range of songs & poems were presented evoking a sense of patriotism in everyone present there.

It was a great show and the entire class II was involved in cheering, encouraging, lauding and appreciating the performers.

Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha gave the motivational speech and inspired the students to be the best citizens of the country.

The results were as follows:

Aradhya Vishesh of class II-B and Anahita of Class II-C stood at First Position while Manya Rathi, Agrim Jain, Divija and Dhruv Gupta grabbed the Second Position and Aryaveer Bhasin of class II-A & Shourya Malik of class II-B stood at Third Position.

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MORNING ASSEMBLY CLASS – VIII-D (23 AUGUST 2018) TOPIC – “JANMASHTMI”



MORNING ASSEMBLY

CLASS – VIII-D

(23 AUGUST 2018)

TOPIC – “JANMASHTMI”

 

The students of class VIII-D together presented their morning assembly on the most blissfully celebrated festival JANMASHTMI. The students enlightened the audience about the festival of JANMASHTMI through a poem, skit and a song. Art is always considered parallel to God.  So, class VIII-D made it certain that their morning assembly evoked the feelings of devotion.

The students’ efforts were praised by the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha’s endearing and motivating words. 

 

 

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POTATO PEELING ACTIVITY (23 August 2018)



POTATO PEELING ACTIVITY

(23 August 2018)

 

A simple kitchen activity that introduces a child to food preparation and cooking.

 

 Who doesn’t like potatoes? They are especially a great favourite of children. As part of the Potato Peeling activity held at Delhi Public School and Durala Branch on 23-08-2018, our little chefs from classes Pre-Nursery to Prep got excited to get their hands on peeling boiled potatoes. They were given a demo by their teachers first in which they learnt how to peel boiled potatoes. Then they mashed the potatoes also. The basic concept of this activity was to make the children self-reliant in doing small kitchen activities and develop their fine motor skills. They picked up new vocabulary words like peel, mash etc.

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BANG-BANG ACTIVITY (21 AUGUST 2018)



BANG-BANG ACTIVITY

(21 AUGUST 2018)

From children strumming on cardboard guitars to observing what happens when a paper plate of rice is placed on top of a loud speaker, teaching sound lends itself to a wide range of fun classroom activities. But as well as being a pleasure to teach, the topic – which includes learning how sound is made and how it travels – is relevant to the science curriculum. On 21st August 2018, Bang-Bang Activity was organised for the students of classes Pre-Nursery to Prep of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch, to get habituated about sound. In this activity, children were taken to the music room where the music teachers played different musical instruments disseminating different sounds of high and low pitch. They were made to close their eyes and recognise the sounds. Even in the classrooms, teachers made the students listen to the sounds of birds, animals and other things. Spoons and utensils were also used as a hands on experience. This activity helped the children to learn that high volume could be harmful to ears and a source of distraction. Students could understand that sound is caused by vibration. As a follow-up activity children were asked to make different sounds such as whistling, clapping and singing. Another key teaching point, covered in this activity was to make them aware that vibrations from sound sources requires a medium, such as air, to travel through. Students experienced how sound travels through solids by tapping on the table and listening, keeping their ears on the table.  They were surprised to learn that sound travels faster through a solid than through air and why a noise made in the distance sounds quieter than a noise made close by.

As a homework activity, students were told to explore many uses of sound.  They were given the examples of enjoyable sounds or noises used in an emergency situation. It was a fun learning experience for the children.

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MORNING ASSEMBLY CLASS – VIII-C (20 AUGUST 2018) TOPIC – “SAVE RIVERS”



MORNING ASSEMBLY

CLASS – VIII-C

(20 AUGUST 2018)

TOPIC – “SAVE RIVERS”

 

Falling prey to the morning tradition students of VIII-C together presented their morning assembly on the topic “Save Rivers”. The students highlighted the importance of rivers and also why there is a need to protect them.

Students presented their innovative thoughts and ideas through poem, speech on ‘Save Rivers’ and song. Rivers are an important water resource and that is what students main focus was on.

The assembly was followed by Principal Ms. Savita Chadha’s heart warming and encouraging words.

 

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72 nd INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT



72 nd INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION AT
DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT
Freedom in the Mind
Faith in the Words
Pride in our Souls
Salute the Nation on this Auspicious day
Delhi Public School Meerut celebrated Independence Day with great
enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. All the students and teachers gathered in
the Assembly Ground. A scintillating display by students of classes I and II
where they stood to represent the peninsular outline of our great Mother
India as it appears geographically on a map .This breathtaking sight
evoked a patriotic spirit amongst the whole DPS Meerut fraternity.
The Tricolor was unfurled by the following students Ananya Yadav of I A,
Mishika of I C , Shubransh of III A , Adhiraj Singh of IV A , Anika of IV B
and Anushka Gupta of VIII A accompanied by the Principal Ms.Savita
Chadha and the Headmistress Ms. Sunita Johar.
All the students and teachers saluted the flag and sang the National
Anthem in unison. The cultural programme began with patriotic songs and
poems.Tiny tots were very exuberance and excitement to sing songs on
the stage with zest and zeal to commemorate the event in a festive
mood.The teachers and students then moved to Tagore Hall for a special
assembly conducted by class 8 th students. The students presented
patriotic songs poems and speeches to mark the occasion.Class VIII
students presented an impressive and emotive dramatic rendition of a
musical skit which evoked a strong Nationalistic spirit and realisation of
the sacrifices that were made by our heroes who have made this day a
reality.
The programme conclude with closing address by the principal .The
Principal Ms. Savita Chadha said that the freedom struggle was hard
fought by our heroes who left us this legacy and bestowed the much
cherished freedom upon us ,hence should never be taken for granted.She
also added that we must remember the sacrifices of our freedom fighters
and martyrs who helped us in attaining and preserving this freedom. She
praised the students for their patriotic spirit and reminded them of Mahatma
Gandhi’s Quote “ Be the change that you want to see in the world ”
The ceremony concluded with The National Anthem. As a mark of love
the sweets were distributed to each and every member of DPS Meerut
family.

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SAFFRON COLOUR DAY CELEBRATION (14 August 2018) “In the spirit of freedom, feel the life with happiness and peace



SAFFRON COLOUR DAY CELEBRATION

(14 August 2018)

“ In the spirit of freedom, feel the life with happiness and peace”

Saffron is the most pious colour and is said to be the Indian Orange colour. So to acquaint the children with this colour, “SAFFRON COLOUR DAY” was celebrated on 14/08/2018 which was further co-related with the Independence Day celebration. Children came dressed in saffron, white and green dresses .They assembled in the activity hall to offer the Morning Prayer and sang patriotic songs and poems with full excitement.

The importance of this day along with the stories of sacrifices for Independence was also narrated to the children by the teachers. The entire kindergarten of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch was decorated with tricolour balloons and one could smell the air filled with enthusiasm and piousness of patriotism. Every child promised to grow up as the good citizen of the country and walked with souvenirs of the day like head bands, broaches, flags and lot more.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha addressed the children and discussed about the Independence Day. She also appreciated the children for their efforts for putting up a good show.

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FELICITATION OF ALUMNI



FELICITATION OF ALUMNI

The school has been proactive to face the challenges of competitive professional world and takes initiative to prepare the students who word hand in hand to achieve what is expected of them.

We had the honour to have amongst us Mr. Vishvendra Singh, alumnus, batch 2014-15, the school topper with 95.4% marks.

He was felicitated with flowers by the principal in the Tagore Hall where the students of classes XI and XII welcomed him with loud rounds of applause.

The purpose of his visit to school campus was to motivate and guide the Science batches of classes XI & XII about the preparations strategies for board examinations. He guided the students about how to set realistic goals, follow proper time management techniques. There was one to one interaction of students with Vishvendra, where they had their doubts clarified.

Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, extended a warm welcome to him and further motivated the students to make the school proud of them in near future. She told the students to seek inspiration from Mr. Vishvendra Singh.

 

 

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CBSE WORKSHOP "CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT" (11-12 Aug 2018)



 

                 DELHI  PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT
       CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT BY CBSE

DATE: Saturday August 11 and Sunday August 12, 2018


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) organised a two-day Capacity Building Programme on Classroom Management. The workshop primarily for teachers was conducted over two days ,on 11 and 12 August , 2018  at Delhi Public School , Meerut ,Baghpat Road. This workshop was conducted by Ms.Jaishree Joshi , B.A .Honours  , M.A and M.Phil and Ms. Shivani Kandola Principal Royal Public School ,  Both  Ms.Jaishree Joshi and  Ms. Shivani Kandola are well accomplished and accredited experienced resource persons with impeccable credentials.

It was also an honour to have Mr.Ranveer Singh , the Regional Officer of CBSE.He spoke about various aspects of effective teaching giving personal and live examples .He said that teachers need to create a warm environment in the classrooms and efficient learning.He also reiterated that teachers should have a positive mindset while teaching to make an impact on the students.The importance of building and maintaining a rapport with the children is the  need of the day and we need to spread vibes of optimism around us.He also said that If a teacher shares good rapport with students, then students tend to readily accept the rules and procedures .

The workshop was attended by teachers from various reputed schools of Meerut ,Ghaziabad , Greater Noida , Buland Shahar  Shamli and Gautam Budh Nagar. The two day session was highly beneficial for all the attendees with interesting interactive activities , with the participants grouped into syndicates being asked to graphically illustrate and share their concepts of an ideal classroom,this was followed by an interactive and informative discussion on Classroom Management.The session mainly focused on the three salient  components of Effective Classroom Management to include ,Content Management, Conduct Management and Covenant Management
It was a wonderful learning experience, as it helped the teachers to assimilate various techniques to make the teaching and learning process more effective and beneficial for themselves and for enhancing their teaching standards to eventually benefit their students. There were many topics which were covered over the two-day programme such as – Understanding Classroom Management, Physical Arrangement in Classroom, Components of Effective Classroom, Teaching Styles, Learning Styles, Managing Classes with Large Number of Student and Management of Interpersonal Relationships. The workshop revolved around active discussions between the teachers and the resource persons. The teachers were also  introduced to various innovative methods for managing classrooms.
The emphasis by the resource persons conducting this workshop , through the interesting conduct of self-evaluation surveys was to assist and guide the teachers to understand well researched and innovative teaching styles .Teachers also keenly participated in group activities which involved case studies, role plays, presenting lesson plans and also shared their personal experiences in classrooms which helped others to learn effective and innovative methodology of interacting with children based on their uniquely shared experience.The experienced resource persons brilliantly explained the concept of managing  the student-teacher relationship as the nucleus of classroom management.. The importance of building and maintaining a rapport with the children was also discussed. The need and importance of inclusive education was highlighted.Some inspiring videos were also showcased to sensitise the teachers about the different ways that the students act in the classrooms and how beautifully the teachers can handle each child differently.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address thanked the resource persons and all the teachers who attended the workshop and emphasized that need of hour is to connect to the students to provide instill right values in them and to challenging Learning Environment in their regular classroom teaching to create Critical thinkers rather than rote learners. She also expressed her heartfelt gratitude to CBSE for organising such an extensive workshop and also thanked  Ms. Jaishree and Ms. Shivani for conducting the workshop so effectively.

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Inter DPS Dance Festival (Nrityanjali) – 2018 (11 August 2018)



Inter DPS Dance Festival (Nrityanjali) – 2018

(11 August 2018)

“Nrityanjali”, Inter DPS Dance Festival 2018 was organized on 11th August’18 by Delhi Public School Dehradun, invoking a theme of dance being the soul of every art. Nine students in a group participated from Delhi Public School Meerut, under the guidance of teachers Mr. Gaurav Sharma and Ms. Payal Sharma. The participants were

  1. Avni Tomar VIII
  2. Manya Sinha IX
  3. Ananya Parashar IX
  4. Mishika Vijay IX
  5. Sumya Goel X
  6. Kirti Dhawan XI
  7. Tisha Kohli XI
  8. Vidhi Tyagi XI
  9. Sanjana Rajput XI

 

Out of the 22 DPS Participants, DPS Dehradun bagged the first prize, followed by DPS Harhras for second and DPS Varanasi got the third prize.

Delhi Public School Meerut showing wonderful performance was awarded the “Best Prop Award” and was also given participants certificate and trophy.

Principal DPS Dehradun, Mr. B.K. Singh awarded the winners with the mentioned honours. The event full of enthusiasm ebullience and zeal gave the participants a lifelong experience of the culture in which dance dwells.  

 

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Inter DPS Quiz 2018 (11 August 2018)



Inter DPS Quiz 2018

(11 August 2018)

 

Inter DPS Quiz 2018 organized by DPS Society at DPS Ranipur Haridwar on 11th August 2018. 06 Students of 02 team (Senior and Junior) from Delhi Public School Meerut participated in the same. Where our senior team (Satyanarayan of class IX, Dhairya Chaudhary of class X and Anant Tyagi of class XI) got 5th position in the finals. It was a zonal level competition in which 20 leading schools participated. It was a wonderful experience for all the participants to add something new to broaden  their horizons and to learn more about new concepts of mental ability.  

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THE INTER-SCHOOL FRENCH LANGUAGE FESTIVAL - POSTCARDS FROM PARIS 2018 (04 AUGUST 2018)



THE INTER-SCHOOL FRENCH LANGUAGE FESTIVAL

 - POSTCARDS FROM PARIS 2018

(04 AUGUST 2018)

 

6 students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in Inter-School French Language festival, organized at Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram, Delhi under the aegis of Delhi Public School Society on 4th August 2018.  Extraordinary talent was displayed by the students in off-site events like Greeting card making and designing a T-shirt, as well as on-site events like French Poetry Recitation and Duet Singing Competition. More than 33 schools participated in the competition. Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut exhibited their talent and creativity through their performances which was appreciated by the jury members of the event.

    Off Site Events:                                       On Site Events:

  1. Greeting Card Making.                   1.  French Poetry Recitation
  2. Design a T-shirt                             2.  Duet Singing Competition

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THE DPS NATIONAL SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS (OPEN) - 2018 (04 -05 AUGUST 2018)



THE DPS NATIONAL SKATING

CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS (OPEN) - 2018

 (04 -05 AUGUST 2018)

“Inter DPS National Skating Championship Boys (Open) 2018” was held from 04th  to 05th August 2018. It was organized by DPS Gwalior. Two students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in the same. The opening ceremony was inaugurated by honourable Dr. Rajendra Singh, Director (Phy. Education), Jiwaji University, Gwalior. More than 55 Skaters from 40 Delhi Public Schools participated in the event. The very efficient and energetic team of Delhi Public School, Meerut also participated with great enthusiasm and scored 04th Position. Ujjwal Yadav and Abhishek Arora were the participants who played with all their efforts.

These events and matches are the platform of the budding players given by the ever supporting DPS Society. Students came back with a learning experience to do their best in the forthcoming events.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the participants.

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POKING BIN ACTIVITY (02 AUGUST 2018) “Cleanliness is next to Godliness”



POKING BIN ACTIVITY

(02 AUGUST 2018)

 

“Cleanliness is next to Godliness”

 

To prove the worth of this saying, it is necessary for everyone to implement the same in one’s life. From the early years if we drill in the same among the young learners they will definitely carry this till eternity. On August 2018, DPS Meerut and DPS Daurala organised a very ethical and meaningful actively “Poking Bin” for classes Pre-Nursery to II. Children from Pre-Nursery to Prep made small bins with the help of their teachers and classes I & II had the slogan writing activity on “Bins are essential”. The teachers in their respective sections discussed about the use of bins and the best ways of disposing the garbage. The students were also made aware of the three Rs; recycle, reuse and reduce and were made to take the oath to follow the same and keep their surroundings clean. “Clean India, Green India”

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MORNING ASSEMBLY CLASS – (VII-C) “POSITIVE ATTITUDE” (02 AUGUST 2018)



MORNING ASSEMBLY

CLASS – VII-C

(02 AUGUST 2018)

TOPIC – “POSITIVE ATTITUDE”

 

On 02nd August’18, students of class VII-C of DPS Meerut presented their morning assembly on the topic “Positive Attitude”.

The assembly started with a Morning Prayer conducted by the honourable Principal Ms. Savita Chadha. The children sang, played instruments, danced and also recited poems. The students highlighted the importance of positive attitude in one’s life.

Class VII-C included the words of Indian Woman Boxer, Mary Kom and Captain Cool, M.S. Dhoni to highlight the importance of intuitive decision making and positive attitude at the same time.

These personalities came amid the students through a skit presented by VII-C students only.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha concluded the assembly with her motivating words. She congratulated the students for their hard work and efforts. She wished them the best for their better future.

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Morning Assembly Class – (VII-B) “Happiness is the Key to Success” (01 Aug 2018)



Morning Assembly

Topic – “Happiness is the Key to Success”

Date: 01-08-2018

 

Students of class VII-B of DPS Meerut presented their morning assembly on the topic “Happiness is the Key to Success”. The students came together and presented a complete show comprising of prayer, news, poem, speech and melodious songs.

 

The students focussed on how love and friendship are the blueprints of happiness. Time and again, we misunderstand success to be the key to happiness where as in reality happiness is the key to success. DPS Meerut’s torch bearers truly understand how important it is to be happy.

 

On a happy note, they concluded their assembly and soon afterwards the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha flourished the students with her motivational words. She talked about the importance of happiness in one’s life; how happiness can boost an individual’s morale in tackling the problems he/she faces and moreover she congratulated the students for their sheer team work and efforts.

 

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WORKSHOP ON CBSE CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMME GRADE XII (27th to 28th July 2018)



WORKSHOP ON

CBSE CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMME  GRADE XII

(27th to 28th July 2018)

 

The two days workshop on Capacity Building Programme Grade XII was organized by DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL RAJNAGAR from 27th to 28thJuly 2018, Wherein Delhi Public School Meerut marked it presence with Mrs. Manisha Sharma who represented DPS Meerut.

 The purpose of this workshop was to enlighten the senior teachers teaching classes XI &XII about the short and advance writing skills and also how to take poetry and prose texts in the class. Apart from teaching techniques, the resource persons also imparted relevant information about the marking scheme to be followed in the coming board exams.

The workshop was a blend of fun and learning together as both the eminent speakers        Ms Kiran Bhatt Principal (Retd.) and Ms Heemal Bhat (Principal) Hansraj School Delhi were accomplished personalities, brimming with immense energy which was indeed contagious. The complete programme was well organized and the layouts given were extremely relevant.

This workshop was a great exposure for teachers as the knowledge of methodology and the  pedagogy shared by the resource persons are indeed very much needed for being a competent teacher. The whole program was very informative and definitely it was a proud opportunity for Delhi Public School Meerut to be a part of this event.

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The National Inter DPS Table Tennis Tournament Boys (Open) 2018 (30th to 31st July 2018)



The National Inter DPS Table Tennis

Tournament Boys (Open) 2018

(30th to 31st July 2018)

 

“The National Inter DPS Table Tennis Tournament Boys (Open) 2018” was held from 30th to 31st July 2018. It was organized by DPS Bulandshahr. Three students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in the same. The opening ceremony was inaugurated by honourable Dr. D.R. Saini, Director of sports, DPS Society and Prof. B.P. Khandelwal, Chairman, DPS Bulandshahr. The very efficient and energetic team of Delhi Public School, Meerut also participated with great enthusiasm. Mukund Maheshwari of class XI, Rihan Murtaza of class VIII and Aryan Parashar of class VII were the participants who played with all their efforts.

These events and matches are the platform of the budding players given by the ever supporting DPS Society. Students came back with a learning experience to do their best in the forthcoming events.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the participants.

 

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WORKSHOP “TEACHING ECONOMICS IN THE CHANGING WORLD” (24th to 27th July 2018) At DPS Society, HRD Centre, DPS Dwarka Campus



“TEACHING ECONOMICS IN THE CHANGING WORLD”

(24th to 27th July 2018)

At

DPS Society, HRD Centre, DPS Dwarka Campus

 

A four days workshop from 24th to 27th July’18 was organized by Delhi Public School Society for Economics Senior Secondary teachers at DPS Society, HRD Centre, DPS Dwarka Campus.

48 Economics Senior Secondary teachers of various Delhi Public Schools attended the Workshop. It was very educative and enriching experience to listen to such great resource persons.

The inaugural ceremony:

After lighting the auspicious lamp to “Shubham Kurutwam Kalyanam”. The workshop began with earnest.

Ms. Vinita Kher -Director-CEM, DPSS & Director Ic HRDC welcomed the Chief Guest and Keynote Speaker, Prof Arindham Banerjee and the delegates to the programme. She gave a programme overview, taking the delegates through details of the resource material and the journal.

Prof. B P Khandelwal, Member-The DPS Society sent his blessings for the success of the enrichment programme and wished that all delegates would participate in earnest. He hoped that the delegates would prepare to teach students as per the demand of the 21st century.

DAY 1

SESSION I   INAUGURAL SESSION   Prof. B P KHANDELWAL & Dr Arindham Banerjee

SESSION II  CHALLENGES IN ECONOMICS TEACHING By Dr Jaya, Ms Anita, Ms Malini & Ms Leela Grewal

SESSION III    IMPORTANT ISSUES OF TEACHING MICRO ECONOMICS by Dr. Deepashree, Ms Anita & Ms Sanchita Dutta

SESSION IV interpreting data in economics   by Dr Kanika Mahajan

DAY 2

SESSION V   YOGA FOR WELL BEING

SESSION VI   HOW TO END POVERTY IN 15 YEARS----------------------FILM

SESSION VII   HIGHLIGHTS ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE   by Dr  Murali Kallummal

SESSION VIII  IMPORTANT CONCERNS IN THE TEACHING OF MACRO ECONOMICS by Ms Malabika, Ms tejindra   Khosla, Ms Anita Sarin

SESSION IX    PROJECT BASED LEARNING  [PBL]   Ms Navina Sarin & Mr Sumit Mandhwani

SESSION X  using case studies for higher order thinking by Ms Anchi & Ms Shabnam

DAY 3

YOGA FOR WELL BEING by Ms Ranjana

SESSION XI     HOW THE BLOCK CHAIN IS CHANGING MONEY AND BUSINESS    ---------FILM

SESSION XII    technology crypto currency and economics  By Dr Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya

SESSION XIII     ECON – Friendly Classroom Practices   Part 1    By Ms Reema Dewan

SESSION XIV      ECON – Friendly Classroom Practices   Part 2    By Ms Reema Dewan

SESSION XV      HISTORY OF CREDIT CARDS     by Ms Sunita Pathak

DAY 4

SESSION XVI       economics enrichment through ICT by Ms Shelly Malhotra & Ms RICHA AGGARWAL

SESSION XVII      TEACHING INDIAN ECONOMY  by Mr M.V. Srinivasan

SESSION XVIII     ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION, ANALYSIS OF QUESTION PAPER by Mr SK AGGARWAL

 

CONCLUDING SESSION

Feedback by the delegates

Address::  Mr Pramod Grover ,Hony Treasurer, The DPS Society

Address::  Prof B P Khandelwal, Member, The DPS Society

Address::  Mr Manjeet Singh, Deputy Director, CBSE

Workshop ended with a feeling of enthusiasm. The senior secondary economics were now equipped to take a new path full of innovations, creativity, activities, visual-aid to teach their students .

 

 

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Inter DPS Hindustani Vocal Music Festival 2018 at DPS Eldeco Lucknow - (27 July 2018)



Inter DPS Hindustani Vocal Music Festival 2018

Date: 28-07-2018

8 Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in “Inter DPS Hindustani Vocal Music Festival 2018”, organized at ‘DPS Eldeco Lucknow’ on 28th July 2018.

In the event our students participated in two categories namely Solo Classical and Group Song. This sojourn expanded the students horizons and ignited the fire of hard work and determination towards music.

For the Solo Competition our singer Roopesh Kumar chose the song “eksjh xqba;k utfj;k ykxh” based on Raga Vrindavani Sarang & similarly in group songs they performed well and their performance was highly praised by the dignitaries. Students came back elevated with a learning experience to do their best in the forthcoming events. Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the participants and also wished them a musical life ahead.

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Morning Assembly (VII-A) “Monsoon” 31 July 2018



Morning Assembly

Class – VII-A

Topic – “Monsoon”

Date: 31-07-2018

“Rain clouds come floating in, not to muddy our days ahead, but to make us calm, happy and hopeful”.

                                                                                                                                                            DPS, Meerut

 

On 31st July students of class VII-A of DPS Meerut came together to present their morning assembly. They chose the “Season of rain” as their topic. Their assembly included Morning Prayer, Thought for the Day, News, Poem and Melodious Song. They concluded the assembly with singing praise of the nation through the National Anthem keeping their heads held high.

 

They highlighted how lakes, ponds, rivers, ocean are filled up with rainwater and without rainwater these water bodies would dry up and the surroundings will turn into barren desert.

The students too elucidated how India is an agricultural prone land which eventually makes rain as the most important element for the farmers. In the end students requested their fellow mates to promote rain water harvesting.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the students for their fine presentation and adequate statistical knowledge. She also applauded the students for their general knowledge.

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Puppet Making Activity (30 july 2018)



 Puppets Talk, Children listen

 Puppet Making Activity

Date: 30-07-2018

Since Puppetry is a Dynamic Art that appeals to all age groups, this medium of communication has been selected to serve as an aid for imparting education in schools.. Puppetry as a teaching-learning experience in the classroom is viewed in terms of the objectives achieved; resources required keeping in mind, time and money constraints. Importance of Puppetry in the field of education lies in the fact that this medium helps in developing imagination, creativity and observation skills in the children. Keeping in view the same, a Puppet Making Activity was organised for classes Pre- Nuresry to II at Delhi Public School, Meerut and Durala on 27th July 2018. Different types of Puppets were made according to the different age groups. A row of finger puppets, paper bag puppets, Sock Puppets could be seen in all the classes. Students were also made to name the puppets and narrate a story using them. The engrossment and the involvement could be seen on every child’s face.  It was a Unique, Artistic, Simple & Safe, Educational, Thought Provoking approach to reach the young learners’ minds.

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Investiture Ceremony (27 July 2018)



                DPS CONDUCTS ANNUAL INVESTITURE CEREMONY (2018 - 2019)

 The Investiture Ceremony of Delhi Public School, Meerut was held on 27 July 2018. The chief guest for the occasion was the Pro Vice Chairperson Mrs Shashi Singh and the Guests of Honour were the Manager DPS Meerut Mr. Atul Singh and Mrs. Anumeha Singh. The Chief guest and the guests of honour were cordially welcomed and felicitated by the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha and the event commenced with the inaugural lighting of the lamp.


As excitement filled the atmosphere. The Shlokas and Gayatri Mantra were played in a traditional manner. The Guest of Honour Mr. Atul Singh administered the oath. The school council members were  conferred upon with badges by the Chief Guest Mrs. Shashi Singh and the Guest of honour Mrs. Anumeha Singh. The students pledged to carry out their responsibilities with integrity and dedication, so as to uphold the glorious name of Delhi Public School Meerut. The Principal in her address briefed the guests that there were 16 students from the Junior Wing and 64 from the Senior Wing who were being felicitated today. She advised students to discharge their duties sincerely and nurture their fellow mates into becoming their leaders tomorrow. The topic for the cultural programme was ‘“Mighty Oaks from Acorns do grow”. This was showcased through motivational group songs and Dance Recitals followed by a  presentation by Syntech Club. The Theme depicted  the importance of hard work , perseverance and spirit of excellence.

The  Guest of Honour, the Manager Mr. Atul Singh addressed the gathering and congratulated all the duty holders. He emphasised the qualities of a great leader and accentuated the need to realise their true potential and be confident.

The vote of thanks was delivered by the Head boy Mr. Aviral Bansal  who promised to abide by the qualities of a true leader and keeping the mantle of the school flying high.

The National Anthem was sung with great zeal and vigor emanating confidence and pride.

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The Importance of Maths in Everyday Life (26 July 2018)



“The Mathemania Activity” (26 July 2018)

       Mathematics is a methodical application of matter. It is also said that the subject makes a man methodical or systematic. Mathematics makes our life orderly and prevents chaos. Children who learn fundamental Maths in preschool and kindergarten have the best chance of later achievement in school. Early Mathematical instructions make all the difference.   Educators teach the most critical concepts to young students in play way methods while meeting today's national standards for mathematical education. On 26 July 2018, students of classes I and II of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch enjoyed the Mathemania Activity. They were taken to Maths lab where the teachers made them learn Number Concepts, tables through beads and cards. The Mathematical instruments of Jodo Gyan Concept also helped to drill in the concepts better. They also played group games with dice. This activity was primarily conducted to overcome the Maths phobia and learn and retain the basic concepts forever.

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“Alert Today-Alive Tomorrow”-24 July 2018



WORKSHOP ON TRAFFIC SAFETY AND RULES

School is a place where children learn the basic lessons of life and gain wisdom. Hence, there could be no better place than the school to create awareness among children about the road safety norms, as these things imbibed in the initial years of life become a habit in their later years.

Thinking safety as one of the prime concern a Workshop on Traffic Safety and Rules was organised by Delhi Public School Meerut on 24th July 2018 with the Traffic Department, Mr. Sanjeev Deshwal, CO Traffic, Mr. Dindayal  Dixit, TSI, Mr. Sunil Kumar, TCI, Mr. Manti Kumar, Constable Traffic Police along with Mr. Gopal Dixit, UP Coordinator for the workshop. They were themselves present to make the students aware of being safe and secure on the roads.

Each and every traffic sign was explained to the children and they were also asked to memorize a poem taught by CO Traffic Mr. Sanjeev Deshwal on traffic rules. He also reiterated that wearing Helmet is absolutely necessary for safe driving.

In the end Principal Ms. Savita Chadha thanked all the dignitaries for sparing their valuable time for our future citizens. Each and every child promised to follow the traffic rules and also make their dear and near ones aware about the same.

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Morning Assembly (VI-A) - “My India” 23 July 2018



On 23rd July 2018, students of class VI-A presented their morning assembly on the topic “My India”. The students while explaining the changes in India after independence exhibited true spirits of zeal and teamwork. Class VI-A students explained about the splendid changes, campaigns, initiatives like Swach Bharat, Digital India.

Students too came forward with speeches, short skits and poems exclaiming about the glory of our motherland. It was motivating to see the students coming forward and addressing the gathering. They even furnished details about GST, Internet Banking, and Mr. Narendra Modi’s endeavours. The excerpt that caught everybody’s attention are as follows:

“Really, fortunate I am to born on this great land.

 Really, glad I am to be a part of this legendary sand.

Really, blessed I am to be one of my mother’s thousandth hand.

The legend of my mother can never end.”

 

The depsites had an amazing experience while learning about the legends of mother India. The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha too congratulated and appreciated the students.

 

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Morning Assembly(VI-D) : " Self-Reflection" 20 July 2018



“The real man smiles in trouble gather stress from distress and grow brave by reflection”

Self reflection and introspection are important exercises that can help people grow and develop by looking inward instead of   outward.

One should daily spare out some time to question themselves about their goals, behaviour and general state of mind setting aside time to unplug from everybody and everything sets you back on the track and gives you enough energy for the following day.

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MOTIVATING STUDENTS ONLINE THROUGH VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS INITIATIVE BY DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIETY



                                                 MOTIVATING STUDENTS ONLINE THROUGH VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS

                                                            INITIATIVE BY DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIETY

   

It has been a great initiative taken by Delhi Public School Society to implement  online virtual classes through satellite in all Delhi Public Schools to help the students to conceptualise and comprehend better.One such Class was organised today for class XI from 9 a.m to 9.40 a.m.The class was conducted by Delhi Public School subject expert which was very creative and useful. Through the advent of PowerPoint Presentations and visuals the students could instil and understand the text extensively.The students were very attentive and engaged themselves and absorbed the class content effectively.

 

This new evolution towards a virtual classroom was highly appreciated by the Principal Delhi Public School, Meerut Ms.Savita Chadha who also said that the flexibility and convenience of such classrooms had broken the natural boundaries and such exchange of information was truly effective.

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"Learning by Doing" (Prep)-16 July 2018



                                         

“CORN KERNELS

“Orange and White, and Yellow too, Sweet Corn is so fun to Chew”

  With bright, beautiful kernels, children of classes Pre-nursery to II of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch experienced. ‘The Corn Kernels Activity’ on 16 July 2018. Children brought boiled sweet corn, salt and lemon to mix and enjoyed the sweet corn party. Teachers showed the raw corn to the children and defined the parts of it as well as told them about the benefits of eating boiled or baked corn. They were also told about the different snacks which could be made with the corn. The live examples of the same were also shown in the classes. While eating the sweet corn, one could see the sweet and sour expressions on children’s faces. The motto of this activity was to drag the children from eating junk food to healthy eating.

 

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OUT IN THE GARDEN ACTIVITY (10 JULY 2018)



 

OUT IN THE GARDEN ACTIVITY

(10 JULY 2018)

Since ages, it has been said “the nature is the best teacher”, so to prove this precious saying, an activity, “out in the garden” was organised for classes Pre-Nursery to II on 10th July’18 at Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch. The children were taken out in the beautiful garden of the school. All teachers played a lot of group games with the students and made them explore things like herbal shrubs, plants, flowers, birds etc. They were made to learn many new words like pebbles pits etc. The outcome of this activity could clearly be seen when the students wrote their feelings and experiences in small & beautiful sentences in their notebooks as well as shared with each other.

 

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HIGH COMMISSIONER HIS EXCELLENCY MR. SANDEEP ARYA'S VISITED-9 JULY 2018



HIGH COMMISSIONER HIS EXCELLENCY MR.SANDEEP ARYA'S VISITED

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT

 

9th July 2018 was yet another memorable day in the annals of DPS Meerut when Dipsites here got the proud privilege to enjoy the benign presence and interact with His Excellency Mr. Sandeep Arya who has assumed charge as High Commissioner of India to Tanzania. It was another feather in the cap of Delhi Public School , Meerut.

The Honourable His Excellency Mr. Sandeep Arya visited DPS Meerut along with his distinguished wife Dr. Shweta Singh and  honourable Mrs. Shashi Singh the Pro Vice Chairperson It was undoubtedly a delightful experience for one and all at DPS Meerut.

The day started with lot of excitement and enthusiasm which could be witnessed and felt in all around in the school  as the whole DPS family was impatiently  looking forward to meet the distinguished guests.

The event commenced with the arrival of the His Excellency and other honourable guests .

The guests were extended a floral welcome by the Honourable Principal DPS Meerut Ms. Savita Chaddha.

After the lamp lighting ceremony the event continued with a lively yet very inspiring and informative interactive session with students where they had an opportunity to invite questions about National and International issues.

It was indeed a satisfying and proud moment to see the budding talent at DPS Meerut interacting  and  getting their queries addressed by His Excellency Mr. Sandeep Arya. It was surely a very motivating and encouraging session for the students at DPS Meerut.

 The High Commissioner  through his inspiring words advised the students that anything can be achieved with self motivation and perseverance. One should set one’s goal and toil to achieve their dreams in life and come out with flying colours.

The event concluded with the vote of thanks extended by the Principal, DPS Meerut.

 

 

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BLUE COLOUR DAY CELEBRATION 06.07.2018



 

BLUE COLOUR DAY CELEBRATION

(06 JULY 2018)

 

“Blue is the Water, Blue is the Sea”

With these beautiful lines, Tiny Tots of Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala celebrated Blue Colour Day on 06th July’18. This was an activity to teach colour concepts in a playway method. Children came in Blue Dresses and the Blue Colour was sparkling everywhere in the school. Classes were decorated with blue balloons and a blue corner was made with all blue things to drill in the concept more thoroughly. The children enjoyed throughout the day with singing rhymes, songs and even blow painting was the addition to the fun learning. They were also given handouts to preserve as a soviener of this day.  

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also came in blue attire to make children mix up with her and relate to the colour. She always sets an example for her staff and exhibits how the company of children should be cherished.

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YOGA SESSION FOR FACULTY AT DPS MEERUT



                                                             YOGA SESSION FOR FACULTY AT DPS MEERUT

Viewing and nourishing insight of human body & soul is much more important than the material world around us. Even the age long Indian Scriptures Convey the significance of yoga and meditation in human life.

Keeping in view the above I.e the Physical, Mental & Spiritual health as  one of our prime concerns Delhi Public School Meerut  organised  a yoga  session that will continue from 26 the June2018, till 28 the June, 2018.

Today on the first day  yoga instructor Ms Madhu Jain  conducted the  yoga session wherein she  guided all faculty members and  School Principal Ms. Savita Chadha  to do various yoga aasans  which can be helpful in combating various metabolic disorders, lack of concentration and anxiety.

It was an enlightening session for all.

The 100℅ participation was the testimony  of health awareness among the members of DPS family.

The session will continue till 28th June, 2018.

 

Report Submitted by-

Manisha Sharma

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EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO EUROPE – A MEMORABLE ONE BY THE STUDENTS OF DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT



 EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO EUROPE – A MEMORABLE ONE BY THE STUDENTS OF DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT

 

Students from classes VIII to XII of Delhi Public School Meerut went on a eleven day memorable trip to Europe under the guidance of Principal Ms. Savita Chadha. It was truly an educational trip and a deep quest for knowledge. The trip, from 03rd June’18 to 12th June’18 was a period of absolute transformation for the students who imbibed values like sharing, caring, dignity of labour, traffic sense and above all they learnt to be organised and disciplined.

Students visited innumerable places and discovered history. There was no better way to explore places like Italy, Rome, Venice, Austria, Switzerland and Germany personally. Students discovered Venice resting on deep waters and enjoyed the gondola ride like true Venetians. Colosseum and Vatican Museum in Rome were the Masterpieces of Egyptian Age to Renaissance. The most exciting for the Students was to experience the magic of Chocolate first hand in Switzerland, a place that taught them unity and love. There is no joy more mesmerising than joy of learning that the students experienced during this trip.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha highlighted the benefits of the trip which was a perfect blend of fun and information and encouraged others too, to be a part of the same.

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Depsite Shine In 2nd Table Tennis Championship 23.05.2018



Depsite Shine In 2nd Table Tennis Championship

                                                                                                                                                  (23 May 2018)

Rihan Murtaza from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in 2nd Table Tennis Championship organized by Pinnacle Table Tennis Academy Rohini, Delhi on 18th May 2018. Rihan Murtaza brought laurels to schools by scoring 1st Runners up Trophy under 12 category and 2nd Runners up Trophy under 16 category. More than 30 players participated in the event.

The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, congratulated the winner for the achievement.

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SSP MR. RAJESH KUMAR PANDAY VISITED DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT 23.05.2018



                                     SSP MR. RAJESH KUMAR PANDAY VISITED DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT

On 23rd May Dipsites got the proud privilege to enjoy the benign presence of Honourable IPS, Mr. Rajesh Kumar Panday, SSP Meerut.

Mr. Rajesh Kumar Panday (IPS), SSP Meerut visited along with distinguished guests Ms. Shalu Agarwal, Senior Education Journalist of Amar Ujala, Mr. Gajendra Chaudhary, Senior Crime Reporter of Amar Ujala, Mr. Sunil, Photographer of Amar Ujala and Mr. Ankit Chaudhary, Event organizer of Amar Ujala.

Right from the beginning of the day the excitement and enthusiasm could be witnessed in the air as the DPS family was keenly looking forward to meet the distinguished guests.

Honourable Principal Ms. Savita Chaddha extended a floral welcome to esteemed guests.

The programme commenced with lamp lighting ceremony follow up with an interactive session. It was indeed a satisfying and proud moment to see the budding talent at DPS Meerut getting involved in getting their queries addressed by the Honourable SSP himself. It was surely a very motivating and encouraging session for the students at DPS Meerut.

The event concluded with the vote of thanks extended by the Principal, DPS Meerut.

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DM’S VISIT TO DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT 22.05.2018



DM’S VISIT TO DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT 22nd May 2018 was yet another memorable day in the annals of DPS Meerut when Dipsites here got the proud privilege to enjoy the benign presence and interact with the Honourable IAS Sh. Amit Dhingra DM Meerut. The Honourable DM’s visit to DPS Meerut along with distinguished guests Sh. Mukesh Kumar, News Editor, Dainik Jagran, Mr. Dinesh Dinkar, Senior Deputy News Editor, Dainik Jagran, Mr. Arun Tiwari, Senior Manager, Dainik Jagran, Mr. Ravi Tiwari, Chief Reporter, Dainik Jagran, Mr. Varun Vashistha, Sr. Executive of Dainik Jagran and Mr. Amit Tiwari, Senior Reporter of Dainik Jagran was undoubtedly a delightful experience for one and all at DPS Meerut. Right from the morning the excitement and enthusiasm could be witnessed in the air around DPS as the DPS family was keenly looking forward to meet the distinguished guests. The event commenced with the arrival of the IAS Mr. Amit Dhingra Ji DM Meerut. The guests were extended a floral welcome by the Honourable Principal DPS Meerut Ms. Savita Chaddha. After the lamp lighting ceremony the event continued with a lively yet very inspiring and informative one to one students’ interaction with the Honourable DM. It was indeed a satisfying and proud moment to see the budding talent at DPS Meerut getting involved in getting their queries addressed by the Honourable DM himself. It was surely a very motivating and encouraging session for the students at DPS Meerut. The DM through his inspiring & motivating words advised the students to listen to their heart and put on their shoulders to the wheel without any doubts in mind to achieve their dreams in life. The event concluded with the vote of thanks extended by the Principal, DPS Meerut.

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KNOW YOUR ARMED FORCES 19.05.2018



KNOW YOUR ARMED FORCES

                                                                                                                                             Date: 19-05-2018

The Armed Forces are the pride of our Nation who has been guarding our borders since independent. But how well do we know about them?  So to make the children realise the importance of Armed Forces  and to make them aware about the three major Armed Forces  i.e. Army, Navy and Air Force, an activity "know your Armed Forces "was conducted on 19th May 2018 at Delhi Public School Meerut for class 1&2. Some of the children came dressed as Army, Navy and Air Force officers. They spoke few lines about these forces. The teachers also disseminated the sacrifices done by our officers. Each child showed his gratitude towards the nation and promised to be an officer in the Indian Armed Forces.

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT PAYS A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO LATE MR. M.P. SINGH 17.05.2018



DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT PAYS A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO LATE MR. M.P. SINGH

                                                                                                                                                        (17 MAY 2018)

A memorial tribute is an important part of the process of dealing with the heavenly abode of a loved one. It is honoring a person’s memory in a very special day.

Today on 17th May’18 Delhi Public School, Meerut held a special assembly in sweet memory of its founding father, enumerating his large contributions to society and education. Many teachers and students could not hold their tears back when the students with their tender hands offered fragrant petals to him. How meaningful the sight was to behold when the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha and Head Mistress Ms. Sunita Johar with the school children offered petals to the portrait of our beloved Chairman Late Mr. M.P. Singh.

The school Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her homage said that our school will always remain grateful to Late Shri M.P. Singh as he has given all of us a vision not only of hard work and punctuality. but also to be good human beings. She further appealed to all the students and teachers (recounting some of the extracts from Late Shri M.P. Singh’s speeches) to lay special emphasis on the holistic and honest teaching and learning. She threw a special light on his achievements as a hard working businessman, a loving head of the family and the remarkably magnificent contributions to education. Remembering his love for sports as an essential component of extensive education, special sports session was organized for kids.

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Delhi Public School, Meerut, Visits President- House 11.05.2018



                                                                    Delhi Public School, Meerut

                                                                    Visits President- House

                                                                                                                                              Date: 11 May 2018

 

On the red letter occasion of the Revolution Day the students of class VII & VIII of Delhi Public School, Meerut visited the India’s iconic heritage, the President House on 10th May’18.

 

The students reached the house at 10:00am. They were divided in two groups and under the guidance of the official guides were made visit all the sections in the house. The visit aimed at introducing students to their National Heritage. The experience of visiting there, has been really unprecedented and unparalleled.

 

This Indian historical heritage is bigger than the residence of  any other National President in the entire world. The Indian President House also claims to be the second largest residence after The Quirinal Palace in Rome, Italy. The guides showed the students Ashoka Hall, Darbaar Hall, Mugal Garden et-cetera and imparted to them the historical information about the House.

 

They were also told about the Chief Architect of the House ‘Edwin Lutyens’. The students were really surprised to know as to how the Viceroy House of the British Period was transformed into the today’s President House of India.

 

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha talked to the students about the educational visit and further assured them of more such opportunities that will help them obtain National and Cultural information outside the classrooms which as a result will equip them with holistic development.  

 

Submitted By:

 

Harjeet Khanna

School Admin

Mother’s Day Celebration 11.05.2018



                                                                        Mother’s Day Celebration

 

                                                                                                                                               Date: 11-05-2018

 

It's  been more than  100 years since  Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother's Day an international celebration in may 1914. To mark the occasion  Mother's Day is celebrated annually on the second  Sunday of May. Keeping this bonding and emotion in mind, Delhi Public School, Meerut and Daurala Branch  had a special Mother's Day celebration, "Maa Tujhe Salam".

 

Special activities were arranged for all the mothers. The moms as well as students had a splendid time doing the activities. It was a pleasure watching the super excited moms with their dynamic and energetic children preparing something special. Students  from classes Pre -Nursery  to lll showed their love and gratitude towards mothers by presenting heart touching songs and dances. Students  admired their mothers for the strength  and determination that inspires them to pursue a better life.

 

Principal  Mrs.  Savita chadha wished all the mothers A Happy Mother's Day  and praised their efforts for bringing up their children and paid rich tributes to them. 

The results of the competitions were as follows :-

For Game 1 (Beads in string) :

 

Ms Preeti Chaudhary, mother of Aarika deshwal( Class -Nur) 

bagged 1st  position,

Ms Shivani  Malik mother of Navya Malik (Class - Nur) was at 2nd position,

Ms Shivali mother of Darsh sarawat(Class- Nur)  grabbed 3rd position.

 

For Game 2 (Beads in the string) :

Ms Abhilasha Pathak mother of Deepanshu Pathak (class -3) bagged 1st  position,

Ms Suman  mother of vaibhavi  (Class - Prep) was at 2nd position,

Ms Sangeeta  of  vikrant Ahlawat (Class- 2)  grabbed 3rd position.

 

For Game 3( Remember me) :

Ms Shaffaf mother of Azlan zaved (class -1) bagged 1st  position,

Ms Divya mother of Uttkarsh kamboj  (Class - Pre  Nur ) was at 2nd position,

Ms Anchal Mittal   of  Devansh  Mittal (Class- Pre Nur )  grabbed 3rd position.

 

All the winners were crowned at the end of the program.

School Admin

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT ATTENDS PARIKSHA PAR CHARCHA BY PM MR.NARENDRA MODI 16.02.2018



                    DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT ATTENDS PARIKSHA PAR CHARCHA BY PM MR.NARENDRA MODI

 

Today, 16.02.2018, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi’s speech titled “Pariksha Par Charcha” was aired in all the schools where in students were encouraged to ask questions and share stress relieving queries. All the students and teachers of the Delhi Public School Meerut listened to the speech, screened in the Tagore Hall.

As class X and XII Board exams are round the corner, he had an interactive session with the school and college students. How universal, he sounded when talked on emotional and intelligence quotient; and the significance of being sensitive towards each and everyone who is a part of our life. Replying to a query, he advised students not to confine their energies and mental possibilities within the term “career” and counseled them to emphasize on doing things good rather than stressing themselves to be something in life.

The school Principal Ms. Savita Chadha informed everyone about the book “Exam Warriors” authored by our Honorable PM Mr. Narendra Modi. She appealed to all the teachers and students to read this book as it will help students to handle the stress of appearing for exam with the smile. She further told all the teachers to advise students to keep good company as childhood habits and environment make a life time impression on their impressionable minds; and asked the teachers to convey all the valuable thoughts to their students.          

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT PROVES METTLE IN NTSE EXAM



                                        DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT PROVES METTLE IN NTSE EXAM

1st march 2017 has been really a remarkable day for the school as our students showed spectacular performance. 8 examinees, i.e. around 25% of all  who appeared from our school qualified the exam with flying colors. They are as follows

  • Vidita Sharma
  • Sanyam Goel
  • Akshat Gupta
  • Adit Khokar
  • Arjun Singh Tyagi
  • Aryan Pratap Singh
  • Ayush Goel
  • Aman Agarwal

Quite elated with the appreciable performance of the students, The principal Mrs. Savita Chadha admired the teachers for guiding students so appropriately with lot of hard work. She extended her heartfelt congratulations to all the students and their parents for believing not only in prescribed syllabus but also referring to other reliable sources to gather information as much as possible.

“We have full faith in your ability. And that our students will do much better in future is our belief” said she.  

 

Harjeet Khanna

 

School Admin

DIPSITES TRANSFORM THEIR ACADEMICS INTO PROFESSIONAL CALIBER 2018

DIPSITES TRANSFORM THEIR ACADEMICS INTO PROFESSIONAL CALIBER

DPS Meerut has added one more feather to its ever shining cap. Shakshi Bhardwaj from our school has registered a remarkable successes in the results of NEET MDS-2018 on National Level. She has scored 21st rank in this exam. She wants to pursue MDS after the qualifying her senior secondary from Delhi Public School, Meerut. She has not only completed her BDS but also made through one of the difficult exams like PG NEET and brought laurels to Meerut.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated students on this success. He extended her special thanks to their parents for being such a source of inspiration.

 

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REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION 26.01.2018



REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

                                                                                                                                    Date: 26th January’18

“Let new India arise out of International honour, recognition for  moralistic strength and spiritual   introspection”

 

Today on 26th January 2018 India celebrates its 69th Republic Day and so does Delhi Public School Meerut With the true feelings for the nation, the Dipsites gathered in multiples to celebrate the The Red Letter Day; a great day of national rejoicing, to reiterate their pledge to serve the constitution and to fulfill it with renewed fervor. The day’s programme commenced with the unfurling of the tricolor to the accompaniment of the National Anthem by our Respected Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha and the Head Mistress Ms. Sunita Johar.

To commemorate the day, the students of Delhi Public School, Meerut presented a commendable assembly which included patriotic songs, speeches, poem and heart throbbing dance. Students through a small skit unfolded the real meaning of Republic Day .The day’s events concluded with Principal’s message to understand the core significance of the grandeur of the sacrifices by our freedom fighters.

She also educated the students telling that the Prime- Minister of India Mr. Modi is hosting 10 leaders of the Association of South-East Asian Nations and the parade is presided over by President Mr. Ram Nath Kovind at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate.  Today’s Republic Day Celebration inspired the students to adhere to the Preamble of the Constitution as the honest citizens of the nation and always feel proud of being Indian! 

As a resolution on this auspicious day, she further appealed everyone as citizen of India to be self disciplined and maintain the cleanliness all around the surroundings. She also emphasized to understand the true essence of patriotism. The assembly concluded with the rendition of National Anthem.

 

 

Submitted By:

 

 

 Harjeet Khanna

School Admin

Hand Writing Competition 22.01.2017



                                                                       Hand Writing Competition

A good hand writing is sign of complete education. Hand writing needs to be given importance and proper practice at right stage.

To infuse such characteristics English hand writing competition was held in Delhi Public School Meerut, junior section for class Prep on 22nd January’18.

 All the students did their best to show their hand writing skills. They were given a paragraph to write and all of them weaved the beads of pearls by writing each letter with full concentration and effort.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha also encouraged the students to make their good hand writing a good habit, which would always live with them and would be a mark of fine education they have got.

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Basant Panchmi 19.01.2018



                                                                                             Basant Panchmi

On the occasion of Basant Panchmi an activity was conducted for the students of class I in Delhi Public School, Meerut on 19th January’18. Students celebrated Basant Panchmi with great fun and frolic. They draw a colourful and beautiful scene describing the natural beauty of spring season.

Teachers upgraded their knowledge about Basant Panchmi and other seasons and their importance. Students offered prayer to “Godess Saraswati”.

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Clay Modeling Competition 15.01.2018



                                                                                         Clay Modeling Competition

‘The ultimate freedom of expression is a blank canvas or a block of clay to capture whatever emotions your imagination gives it’.

Clay Modeling Competition was held in Delhi Public School, Meerut, Tiny Tots section on 15-01-2018. It was spectacular to see small kids imaginations and emotions coming to life in the form of small handmade clay models. Kids not only moulded the clay but the mixing and choice of colours showed their great talent and caliber. All the students did extremely well with their tiny hands.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also encouraged students to always be open to arts as it helps to make life beautiful and happy. Every talent and skill is important.  

 

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Visit to World Book Fair 2018 12.01.2018



 

Visit to World Book Fair 2018

“ A Library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life.”

Delhi Public School Meerut has an acumen of knowledge in the form of a well kept library, which is time to time updated for the betterment of students.

Every year World Book Fair is hosted at Pargati Maidan in New Delhi, which attracts hundreds of book lovers as well as schools.

On 12th January’18, many students as well as teachers from DPS, Meerut, visited World Book Fair, to quench their thirst for numerous amazing books in a single arena.

It was a very productive trip in which students selected number of books of their interest, where as teachers kept themselves busy collecting books which can be added to the treasure of the school library. All of them came back with bags full of extraordinary books. 

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, encouraged the students to find their solace in books to become a better a student & a better human. She also appreciated the teachers to bring back books for school library.

 

School Admin

GALA ALUMNI MEET 2017 31.12.2017



                                                                              GALA ALUMNI MEET 2017

                                                                                                                                               Date: 31-12-2017

The Alumni Meet was organized by Delhi Public School Meerut on 31st December’17. Around 300 Alumni were present.

The invocation lighting lamp was graced by the Principal, Ms. Sativa Chadha accompanied by some of the alumni. The program propelled further with enthralling musical performances by the school band. The whole ambience reflected heartfelt exaltation. Alumni were welcomed by the Principal. After expressing the gratitude to school, the Alumni went round the school and appreciated the new development in terms of new constructions and additions like Science Park, Sports sub-venues, Language Labs etc. Many Alumni shared their experiences how the school has helped and equipped them with professional cutting edge. This diverse community of Alumni was really an interactive platform.

The alumnus Hritik Bansal thanked the school principal and teachers for their pragmatic guidelines. Bhaya Khatri during his address expressed his utmost regards to the brand value of Delhi Public School that is also helping him to achieve his professional goals.  

The under currents of happy conversations during refreshments were pleasure for all.

The Principal during her address briefed the latest advancements of the school in field of education. She further expressed her thanks to all the Alumni as these gatherings also give a second chance to renew forgotten relationship amongst peers, juniors and above all teachers. She wished everyone good luck for the years to come and blessed them for more powers to over power  the transient apprehensions and with the dint of courage and patience keep heading in to the bright future.  

Alumni Meet of this kind is not only a social get together but also a medium to change the future story of students who will pass out over the coming years.

The beautiful souvenirs were presented to the alumni by the school principal Ms. Savita Chadha.

School Admin

Cleanliness Survey By Municipal Corporation Of Meerut Under The Indian Government’s “Swachh Bharat Mission” 2018



Cleanliness Survey By Municipal Corporation Of Meerut Under The Indian Government’s “Swachh Bharat Mission” 2018

                                                                                                                                               Date: 29-12-2017

Under the Indian Government’s “Swachh Bharat Mission” 2018, on 29th December’17, Municipal Corporation of Meerut, conducted cleanliness survey in various schools of Meerut and Delhi Public School Meerut was one of them. Mr. Manoj Tripathi from Municipal Corporation of Meerut visited DPS Meerut for the same.

During the survey he specially monitored schools washroom/toilets and drinking water facilities. He seemed to be happy to notice cleanliness facilities & disciplined environment and appreciated the efforts of school authorities for the same.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha conveyed to the officials that in Delhi Public School, cleanliness is always given a priority along with other working of the school. To spread awareness for the same, many competitions of Poster Making, slogan writing and rallies are conducted time to time such events evokes awareness regarding cleanliness which is essential for the country and its people.

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Inter DPS National Heritage Festival – 2017 28.12.2017



                                                        Inter DPS National Heritage Festival – 2017

                                                                                                                                                    Date: 28-12-2017

16 students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in Annual Inter DPS National Heritage Festival – Itihas Ke Jharoke Se 2017, to celebrate the spectacular Indian Heritage, at DPS Noida on Sunday, 24th Dec’17. There were thirty two (32) schools participated in the competition. Extraordinary talent was displayed by the students in the different activities. Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut exhibited their talent and creativity through their role in the conservation and preservation of their natural, cultural and living heritage which was highly appreciated and recommended by people.

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Training Camp of “F-1 in School” (An International Competition) 28.12.2017



                                          Training Camp of “F-1 in School” (An International Competition)

                                                                                                                                               Date: 28-12-2017

Delhi Public School, Meerut organised a training camp “F-1 in School” on 28th December’17 in which competent students of school were given training to design F-1 Car with the help of Autocad Software. This is an international competition. The National level competition of the same will be held from 12th to 14th January’18, at Ambitions Mall, Gurugram. Delhi Public School Meerut is the first school in Meerut to introduce the same to the children.

Principal Savita Chadha encouraged the students to show their best in the competition.  

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WINTER CARNIVAL 23.12.2017



WINTER CARNIVAL

                                                                                                                              Date: 23-12-2017

The gaily glad children enjoyed the much awaited carnival, hosted by Delhi Public School, Meerut which finally unfolded on 23rd December’17. The carnival was inaugurated by the Mrs. Shashi Singh, Pro-Vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut and Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut. The day was indeed a fun filled one with mouth full of eats, games, exciting prizes and above all a gala time with friends and dear ones.

The celebration offered a wide range of entertainment, creativity and art & craft to experience. Games stalls included Play with Imogi, Play with Balloons, Colourful water with Pebbles, Send and Coin, Ball in the Hole, Lucky Number, Coin on Card, Beware of Red, Find the object, Pyramid, Dual Money, Lucky Draw, Turn the coins, Ring the Bottle, Mystery of unlocking, Beat the Time, Spin wheel, Vibgyor, Ulti Pulti Dunia, Bar-Bar Dekho, Balance the Ball, Hit the Lemon, Spell Check, Memory Check, Cards Puzzle, Pumpkin pop ring toss, Marble trouble, Find the Coin, Wizard the card, Roll and Score, Spin the Bottle, Bucket Bangle Coin and many more. Besides this there was an array of mouth watering eateries beckoning the crowd. Burger Street and Dominos need special mention as they were the crowd pullers. To top it all was the latest foot tapping numbers played by the DJ stall where the students danced till they were out of their breath and amongst  the little ones most popular were the exciting and thrilling rides.

“This Annual Cultural Festivity is eagerly awaited not only by our children but also by us because the carnival proves to be a wonderful reunion with our old friends who visit here with their children.” said one of the parents.

The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, spoke in high esteem of the endeavours of the staff and students in making this carnival a huge success. She said “Such events help children learn the importance of togetherness and belongingness”. “One reason why we organise carnival is that a carnival has lot of different elements that need to be in sync. Looking for creative and enthusiastic parents, recruiting volunteer leaders and managing food, games and logistics teach everyone coordination and dependability”. She further added.    

The carnival was really a memorable hit with a large number of students and parents which provided the school community with a fantastic opportunity to have fun, share the excitement with family and friends and to feel proud of the schools escalating performances.

School Admin

REPORT ON WORKSHOP SOCIAL SCIENCE - THE TEACHING & LEARING OF GEOGRAPHY [CLASS LEVEL - VI TO VIII]



                                                                         REPORT ON WORKSHOP

                                           SOCIAL SCIENCE - THE TEACHING & LEARING OF GEOGRAPHY

                                                                      [CLASS LEVEL - VI TO VIII]

  

          The DPS society's HRD centre located at Dwarka, New Delhi had organized a workshop on Teaching & Learning of Geography from 19th December to 22nd December 2017.

          Around fifty five teachers from all over India & U.A.E. had participated in it.

          A number of senior resource experts from institutes of excellence contributed to the enrichment process.

          The workshop emphasized that Geography connects people and places across the world. It focused on very engrossing areas of learning such as GIS, cartography, visual description of polar regions etc.

          Over all it was an enriching teaching learning process.

By: Shazia Manzoor 

 

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WORKSHOP ON TRAFFIC SAFETY AND RULES 13.12.2017



 

 

 

 

WORKSHOP ON TRAFFIC SAFETY AND RULES 

                                                                                                                                            Date: 13-12-2017

Thinking student’s safety as one of the prime concern on 13th December 2017 a Workshop was conducted at Delhi Public School Meerut in collaboration with Traffic Department. Mr. Sunil Kumar Sharma (Chief Traffic Trainer)  and Mr. Mohd. Saleem (Head Constable, Traffic Police) updated school’s Drivers and Helpers about traffic rules and means and ways to avoid accidents and mishappenings. They even emphasised on the importance of using seat belt while driving.      

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed and thanked the resource persons to give their valuable time and motivated all the participants to follow traffic and safely rules.

 

 

 

 

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THE DPS INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) -2017 AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT



THE DPS INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) -2017

AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT

(24 TO 26 NOVEMBER 2017)

DAY – 1 OPENING CEREMONY

The Opening Ceremony of The DPS International Athletic Meet Boys (Open) -2017 was held at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 24th November 2017. The ceremony showed a perfect combination of sports tradition with latest innovations. The Mega Event exhibited the pinnacle of national athletics in which approx 500 participants from 57 schools from the whole length and breadth of the country participated. 

 To grace the International Event, Ms. Garima Chaudhary-A renowned Olympian of Judoka, born in Meerut was the Chief Guest for the Ceremony. She is the first Indian woman who represented India in London Olympics in the category U-63Kg. in Judo.   Dr. D.R Saini, Director, The Delhi Public School Society and National Teacher Awardee was the Guest of Honour for the Ceremony. Ms. Shashi Singh, the Pro-vice Chairperson Delhi Public School Meerut, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager Delhi Public School Meerut and Mrs. Anumeha Singh also graced the occasion. Mr. Anil Bansal, Chief Bureau Jansatta, Mr. S. K. Mittal, FCA and Member, Board of Management, Delhi Public School Meerut and Mr Ajay Bansal, Principal, BNG International School, Meerut were the special guestes for the ceremony.

The Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed all the dignitaries by presenting bouquets and mementos as a token of love.  

During her address Ms. Garima Chaudhary motivated and inspired the students to play the games with full zeal and enthusiasm. Dr. D. R. Saini during his address told the students to play with positive spirits. He further said that each individual has something best and this best must be tapped during the Athletic Meet. He gave his blessings to all the participants and expressed his heartfelt belief in Mr. Atul Kumar Singh for his dedication to the field of Sports and Academics.

 The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address thanked all the parents and school authorities for the remarkable participation. She further enlightened all the participants not to rest on their laurels and to synergies their mind, body and soul to cross the bar, jump an extra foot and to cut the milliseconds as they breast the tap. She further appealed to ensure that flag of this country is always fluttering high.

The ceremony kicked off with the splendid march past by the students representing their schools followed by the release of pigeons and colorful balloons by all the distinguished guests. This tradition symbolizes freedom and height of efforts. After that Ms. Garima Chaudhary and all the other dignitaries present hoisted the sports flag and Ms. Garima announced the official start of the game. The March Past was loudly cheered by those who attended the ceremony. The performance by the Military Band and the mellow choir by the school band was terrific feast to the eyes. The attires of the dances looked as if the blue horizon was dancing with the snow covered beautiful earth amidst the stars of melody .The amazing dance performance was really heart moving and therefore earned thunderous of cheers and claps from everyone. Effervescent performances given by the vivacious sportsmen throbbed the grounds receiving lot of appreciation for their superbly breathtaking performances. The sweet sweat shed by the players enthralled everyone.

In the event 800m Run (Boys) Vikrant Panchal from DPS Faridabad bagged Gold Medal,  Atul Chaudhary from DPS Aligarh bagged Silver and Dhiraj Kumar Mahato from DPS Bokaro Steel City bagged Bronze Medal.

 In Long Jump Rohit Chaudhary from DPS Durg won the Gold Medal, Jaideep Singh from DPS Aligarh won Silver Medal and Tikaram Sorem from DPS Nalco Nagar won the Bronze Medal.

This International Athletic Meet was being live telecast on the school website - www.dpsmeerut.in  

 In the evening a cultural programme was presented by the students and the teachers of the host school for all the valued guests from 57 schools. The programme not only entertained the players but also helped them revive their energies for the performances on the next day.

DAY-2

On 25th November 2017, the second day of the event, Delhi Public School set out well to deliver an outstanding athlete centered and Sport focused games. The bright shiny morning boosted the players to go the whole hog to deliver their best.

Ms. Shashi Singh, the Pro-vice Chairperson Delhi Public School Meerut was the Chief Guest for the ceremony. The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha extended a warm floral welcome to her.

Ms. Shashi singh and Ms. Savita Chadha felicitated the winners with medals and certificates.

The Technical Official of the Meet Mr. Anu Kumar also joined the ceremony.

The second day game produced memorable performances in the exhilarating sports. There were sporting triumphs that thrilled spectators watching the exhilarating action.

In the finals of Event 1- Boys 100m run Ch. Palendra Kumar (DPS, Aligarh) bagged Gold Medal, Prabudh Shankar Tiwari (DPS, NTPC Korba) won Silver Medal and Vikram singh Tomar  (DPS, Gwalior) got Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 3- Boys 400m run Vikrant Panchal (DPS, Faridabad) bagged Gold Medal, Gaurav Kumar (DPS, Aligarh) won Silver Medal and Yash Beriwal (DPS, Ruby Park, Kolkata) won Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 6 - Boys High Jump Abhiyan Singh Batra (DPS, Meerut) won Gold Medal, Priyanshu Gaurav (DPS, Bokar Steel City) bagged Silver Medal and Ansh Chandrakar (DPS, Durg) got Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 9 - Boys Discus Throw Munish Kant Malhotra (DPS, Durg) won Gold Medal, Aditya Chauhan (DPS, Rajnagar) got Silver Medal and Gaurav Raj (DPS, Bokaro Steel City) bagged Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 10 - Boys 4X100m relay DPS, Aligarh bagged Gold Medal, DPS, Ruby Park Kolkata won Silver Medal and DPS, Durg won Bronze Medal.

During her address The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha held the participation of all schools in high esteem and appreciated all the winners for their commendable efforts with regard to discovering higher level of sports refinement.

 DAY – 3 CLOSING CEREMONY

The DPS International Athletic Meet Boys (Open) - 2017 finally closed out on 26th November 2017 after three days of amazing sporting actions. The final action in the grand Closing Ceremony included some amazing performers participants, singers and dancers.

Mr. V. K. Shunglu, Chairman, The Delhi Public School Society was the Chief Guest for the Closing Ceremony. Mrs. Shunglu also graced the occasion. Dr. D.R. Saini, Director, The Delhi Public Society, was the Guest of Honour. Ms. Shashi Singh, Pro-Vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut, Ms. Anumeha Singh and Ms. Shubra Singh, Member, Managing Committee Delhi Public School, Meerut also graced the occasion with their benign presence.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour with a bouquet, shawl and souvenir. She extended the equally warm floral welcome to Ms. Shashi Singh, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Ms. Anumeha Singh and Ms. Shubra Singh.

In his formal address, Mr. V.K. Shunglu appreciated the organizational skills of the host School. He further said that the whole successful programme has aptly presented the realization of our beloved founder late Shree M. P. Singh.     

Dr. D.R. Saini during his address educated everyone on values, hard work and the biggest bond that Delhi Public Schools share through National and International Meets. He wished that the host school also had more equipments like synthetic track, latest sports machines and spike shoes. And he will do all possible for that.

The Principal during her address thanked all the principals, coaches, participants and her team for making the event happen. She also expressed her gratitude to DPS Society. She said “While most parents feel that pursuit of sports is an avoidable digression (distraction), the Kumbles, Srikanths, Prassannas and Venkat - Raghavans and their ilk have proven how they have left their scholarly counter parts miles behind”. “This is what separates the leaders from the Boys. This is the need of Country and dear children you’ve taken the right step and so forge ahead!” she further said. 

The School Coir presented a melodious song in the welcome of distinguished guests. The lazium and the contemporary dance earned huge appreciations. The special dance performance on women empowerment was really spell-binding. The army band played in the welcome of the guest was a treat both to ears and eyes.

The Best March Past Trophy was given to DPS Srinagar. The Second Runners up Trophy for the best Athletic Team was given to DPS Ruby Park Kolkata, the First Runners up to DPS Durg and Overall Championship Trophy was given to DPS Aligarh.

The Trophy for best athlete was given to Vikrant Panchal (DPS, Faridabad), who made a new record and emerged as the fastest runner of the meet.

The third day game produced memorable performances in the exhilarating sports. There were sporting triumphs that thrilled spectators watching the action of different matches on the grounds. In finals of Event 2- Boys 200m Run Ch. Palendra Kumar (DPS, Aligarh) bagged Gold Medal, Prabudh Shankar Tiwari (DPS, NTPC, Korba) got Silver Medal and Kanishk Kar (DPS, Nagpur) won Bronze Medal.

In finals of Event 5 – Boys 1500m Run Atul Chaudhary (DPS, Aligarh) won Gold Medal, Shreyshkar Saini (DPS, Ranipur) bagged Silver Medal and Anwar Ahmad Mirza (DPS, Durg) won Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 11 – Boys 4X400 Relay  DPS, Numaligarh won Gold Medal, DPS Ruby Park Kolkata bagged Silver Medal and DPS Gautam Buddh Nagar won Bronze Medal.

In finals of Event 8 – Boys Shot Put Munish Kant Malhotra (DPS, Durg) won Gold Medal, Priyank Bhoker (DPS, Panipat City) bagged Silver Medal and Ankrit Saikia (DPS, Numaligarh) won Bronze Medal.

Mr. V. K. Shunglu, Mrs. Shunglu, Dr. D. R. saini, Ms. Shashi Singh, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Ms. Anumeha Singh, Ms. Shubra Singh and the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha felicitated the winners of the events by giving away medals and certificates to them. Mr. V.K. Shunglu lowered the sports flag and announced the meet close. Avantika Nautiyal (Vice Head Girl, DPS Meerut) proposed the vote of thanks.

A two minutes silence was observed in the memory of our beloved Founder Chairman Late. Shri M.P. Singh. All the distinguished guests paid their heartfelt tribute to Late. Shri M.P. Singh. The Silver Shiny Rolling Trophy- A Commemoration of Love, Concern and Care for Children-for the best all-round performance was given to DPS, Aligarh with the prize money of Rs. 1, 21,000/- (One Lac Twenty One Thousand). The Prize money was given by Pro-Vice Chairperson- Ms. Shashi Singh, Manager- Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Ms. Anemeha Singh and Ms. Shubra Singh.

Delhi Public School lived up to its friendly reputation and proved to be a warm, generous and enthusiastic host.

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Shri M.P. Singh Memorial Inter School Spectrum of Events – 2017



Shri M.P. Singh Memorial Inter School Spectrum of Events – 2017

Late Shri M.P. Singh, the founder of Delhi Public School Meerut always had children close to his heart. His love for children and childhood was boundless. In the fond memory of the father of the Institute; Delhi Public School Meerut organized an Inter School Spectrum of Events on 06-11-2017. Many reputed Schools of Meerut participated in this event. The Spectrum of Events had many competitions for class I to XI like Art & Craft, Echelle De Grammaire, Prancing Wonders, Life’o Script, Sync With Nature, Stage Search, Folk Fashion Show, Lyrical Canvas, Ad-Act and Comp-Archi. 10 Sub-venues were into full action with lot of spontaneity and creativity of students. Students and the escorting teachers were quite excited to see the novelty of the ideas for the events. The Valedictory Ceremony was organized in Tagore Hall which commenced soon after the competition at 12:00 Noon. Ms. Shashi Singh the Pro-Vice Chairperson, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School Meerut and Ms. Anumeha Singh graced the occasion with their benign presence. During the ceremony when the audience was told about the mission and vision of our beloved founder, everyone especially children gave a very sincere and intelligent listening to all that was pronounced.

The School Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed everyone and thanked all the schools for their throughout participation. She told everyone that the Spectrum of Events will be the annual custom of the school for the revival of all the teachings and strength that Shri M.P.Singh has imparted to all of us.      

 

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SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY 2017



SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY 2017

“Work hard in Silence

Let your success be your noise”

           Delhi Public School, Meerut organised the Scholar Badge Ceremony for Junior students on 08th November 2017. The meritorious students received grand felicitation for their academic excellence.

 The Chief Guest of the ceremony was Dr. Gyaneshwar Sharma (M.D., Ph.D., Ayurveda from B.H.U.) a renowned doctor. The ceremony started with the traditional lamp lighting, followed up by Gyatri Mantra. The documentary shown on the theme Dare to Dream that aimed to inspire everyone was worth watching. The show presented, won the lauds from all guests and parents.

During his address Dr. Gyaneshwar Sharma advised the students to be good human being to be successful professionals. He motivated them to work hard to succeed in every sphere of life.  

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, blessed the scholars and told them to keep their virtues alive. Sharing her valuable pearls of wisdom with the students she motivated them to have a right mix of excellence in sports as well as in academics which prepares them for the challenges of life they will face in the coming decades. She also inspired them to achieve their desirous goals which will help them to script the roadmap for the sunrise nation that they will create in the years to come.  She inspired them to visualise what they want to be in years, down the line and work hard consistently every single day.

            The ceremony came to an end with the rendition of National Anthem.

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Adventure Camp 06.11.2017



                                                                            Adventure Camp

 

Adventure Camps play vital role in childs over all development. Delhi Public School Meerut is known to cater all the needs of students for their growth and grooming.One day adventure camp was organised in DPS, Meerut on 06th November 2017.The event started with an enlightening addressal by the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha to boost the participants’ morale. She motivated them to join the camp and perform the activities carefully in a disciplined manner. She also told them to follow all the safety measures given by the instructors.Students from classes Pre-Nursery to II participated in it with great enthusiasm and zeal under the guidance of instructors of high repute and their teachers. It included many adventurous sports like Commando Net, Spout-Climbing, Tunnel Crawl, Zip line, Burma Bridge, Magical Maze, and Cross Fire etc. Students were also informed about different kinds of tents and trained about how to fix it and their used. Throughout the adventure camp the students faced many challenges, full of thrills and artificial dangers. The environment was so energetic that all the students were completely engrossed and did all the events confidently. It was a joyful and enriching experience for all the students. Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, appreciated and encouraged the students to show true sportsman spirit. She further said that DPS Meerut will always try to organise such events for the benefit of the students.

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CBSE­­­ North Zone-1 Skating Championship (Boys & Girls) 2017, MEERUT. 24.10.2017



        MAGNANIMOUS OPENING- CBSE­­­ North Zone-1 Skating Championship (Boys & Girls) 2017, MEERUT.

The opening ceremony of CBSE­­­ North Zone-1 Skating Championship (Boys & Girls) 2017, was hosted by Delhi Public Meerut on 24th October 2017. The ceremony showed a perfect combination of sports tradition with latest innovations. Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj, Joint Secretary CBSE, was the Chief Guest of the Ceremony. Mrs. Shashi Singh the Pro Vice Chairperson Delhi Public Meerut, H. M Raut Principal Deewan Public School Meerut and Mr. Dev Naagar , Principal Godwin Public School Meerut graced the occasion  as Special Guests . The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha welcomed the Chief Guest with a bouquet, shawl and a momento. She also welcomed the special guests of the ceremony with bouquets and momentos. She gave a floral welcome to Mrs. Shashi Singh.   

During his addressal Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj told the participants an inspirational tale about concentration and involvement. He appreciated the efforts of the school in the direction of holistic sports. Mr. Raut spoke on the importance of sports and emphasized that all CBSE schools should endeavor to compliment all the niceties brought in to sports.

During her address the school principal Ms. Savita Chadha spoke her emotional remembrance of the School Founder Late Shri M. P. Singh’s Vision of true sports at school. She also thanked Mrs. Shashi Singh, the mother of the institute for her blessing and constant support. “Physical health and Dexterity when well coordinated with mind formulates the recipe for the life full of tremendous possibilities seeking positive transformations and perception to a joyful life”, she further said.

The ceremony kicked off with the splendid march past by the students representing their schools followed by the release of pigeons and colorful balloons by the chief guest. This tradition symbolizes freedom and height of efforts. After that Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj hoisted the sports flag and announced the official start of the game. The March Past was loudly cheered by those who attended the ceremony. The performance by the school choir  and the Rajasthani  dance were  two of the most stunning performances  in the entire opening ceremony . Effervescent performances given by the vivacious skaters  throbbed  the grounds receiving thunderous approbation for their superbly breathtaking performances. 151 schools with around 1100 students are participating in this championship which will last for three days i.e. 24th Oct to 26th Oct 2017.

In the category U-8, 300m in line (Boys) Avi Saini from Amity International School, Sector-44,Noida won the first position, Luvyansh Pandey from FR Agnel School, Sector-62, Noida won the second position and Tushar Yadav from Raghav Globle School, Sector-122, Noida won the third position.

In the category U-8, 300m in line (Girls) Akshita Sinha from Somerville School, Sector-22,Noida won the first position, Gorma Wanchoo from Ryan International School, Block-E, Beta-1, Greater Noida won the second position and Unnati Parihar from Mayoor School, Sector-126, Expressway, Noida won the third position.

In the category U-10, 300m in line (Boys) Arayan Seth from Bal Bharti School, Sector-21,Noida, Rayaan Chandra from DAV Public School, Rajinder Nagar,Sahibabad, Ghaziabad and Asit Dhammaratna Pakhale from Khaitan Public School, Sector-40, Noida won the first, second and the third position.

In the category U-10, 300m in line (Girls) Dhrishti Joshi from DAV Public School, Rajinder Nagar, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad won the first position, Mehak Mehra from Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad won the second position and Vanyusha Asari from Khaitan Public School, Sector-40, Noida won the third position.

In the category U-12, 300m in line (Boys) Anish Raj from Amity International School, Sector-44, Noida, RishabhTyagi from Delhi Public School, Gamma-2, Greater Noida and Pranit Khetan from Kothari International School, sector-50, Noida won the first, second and the third position.

In the category U-12, 300m in line (Girls) Bhavya Pant from APEEJAY School, Sector-16, Noida, Bhor Dixit from Mayoor School, Sector-126, Noida and Tejal Dahiya from Vishwa Bharti Public School, Arun Vihar, Sector-28, Noida won the first, second and the third position.

In the category U-14, 300m in line (Boys) Shantanu Ranjeet Ingale from Khaitan Public School, Sector-40, Block-F, Noida won the first position, Priyank Shukla, from K L International School, Somdutt Vihar, Garh Road, Meerut won the second position and Tushar Joshi from FR Agnel School, Pocket-F, Beta-2, Noida won the third position.

In the category U-14, 300m in line (Girls) Tanya Singh from Indirapuram Public School, Village-Dundahera, NH-24, Ghaziabad won the first position, Shifa Neyaz from Amity International School, Sector-44, Noida won the second position and Samridhi Gupta from DAV Public School, Rajinder Nagar, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad won the third position.

In the category U-16, 300m in line (Boys) Yudhi Shreelal from Sarla Chopra DAV Centenary Public School, Sector-56, Noida won the first position, Parth Bhardwaj from K L International School, Somdutt Vihar, Garh Road, Meerut won the second position and Manjot Singh from DAV Public School, Rajinder Nagar, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad won the third position.

In the category U-16, 300m in line (Girls) Ishika Sharma from Meerut Public Girls School, Shastri Nagar, Meerut won the first position and Tanushree Sharma from Ryan International School, Beta-1, Greater Noida, won the second position.

In the category U-19, 300m in line (Boys) Sanchit Bhandri from Kothari International School, Sector-50, Noida won the first position, Aryan Pratap Singh from Delhi Public School, Meerut won the second position and Harsh Kumar from Somerville School, Sector-22, Noida won the third position.

In the category U-19, 300m in line (Girls) Palak Singh from Ryan International School, Beta-1 Greater Noida, won the first position and Mansi Goel from Amity International School, Sector-44, Noida won the second position.

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Diwali Celebration 17.10.2017



 

                                                                               Diwali Celebration

                                                                                                                                                Date: 17-10-2017

The students of classes Pre-Nursery till II of Delhi Public School, Meerut celebrated “Diwali Utsav” on 17-10-2017. They displayed their talent by decorating Diyas, Making beautiful hangings through CDs, Leaves, Flowers, Colourful Papers etc.

The teachers told the importance of the festival to the children and how to celebrate a safe and eco friendly Diwali.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, motivated the students to play a safe Diwali and gave wishes to them and their family.

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Bharat Yatra 14.10.2017



                                                         Concern towards child abuse and trafficking

Delhi Public School Meerut conducted an Extempore on ‘Child Abuse and Trafficking’ on 13th October 2017 to support the mission of Noble Peace Laureate, Shri Kailash Satyarthi. Students from classes VII to X participated whole heartedly. They voiced their concern on the growing cases of child abuse and trafficking among children.

A Hindi speech competition was conducted for the students of classes VII to X. Poster making and slogan writing competition was conducted for classes V to VIII. To create an everlasting impact on the innocent minds of the students a ‘Nukkad Natak’ was conducted. The motive was to spread awareness about child labour.

Name of the winners:

Art (Slogan Writing) – 1. Disha VI-B - Ist Position.

  1. Saumitra VIII-B – IInd Position

 

Poster Making:-         1. Kshitiz V-A - Ist Position.

  1. Angel VII-A – IInd Position

 

English Extempore:- 1. Shashwat X- D - Ist Position.

  1. Dipti X- E – IInd Position.

 

Hindi Speech Competition:- 1. Aviral X - E - Ist Position.

  1. Devanshi IX-A – IInd Position

 

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha motivated the students, for their rights and also made them aware of not to succumb to anything wrong happening around them. She also explained that for the safe and secure future of the Country we have to take proper care of our children as they are the leaders of tomorrow.

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Workshop on Cyber Crime 12.10.2017



                                                                           Workshop on Cyber Crime

                                                                                                                                                       Date: 12-10-2017

A cyber crime workshop was organised in Delhi Public School, Meerut on 12th October’17. The Workshop was held by the Sub-Inspector & Incharge-Cyber Cell, Mr. Karamveer Singh.

He spoke about the need to be aware about the crime and told the students about threats and vulnerabilities related to this. He recommended a cautious approach for all in the light of the dangers posed by professional hackers and cyber attackers. He quoted instances of credit card frauds, skinning frauds and the role of banks.

The session was followed by a discussion with the students and solving their queries related to the use of social sites like FaceBook, Instagram, etc.

In the end, the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha asked the students to be very careful while using social sites and report immediately to their parents if they get any kind of inappropriate texts on such sites. She also thanked Mr. Karamveer Singh for giving his precious time to the students.

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Advisory for Smog

 

Health advisory during the SMOG Episodes

 

What is smog?

Smog, a word derived from “smoke” and “fog,” is commonly used to describe all human-made airborne pollutants – some that can be seen and/or smelled, and many others that cannot, but may still cause adverse health effects.

Smog is a harmful mixture of fog, dust and air pollutants such as nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds, etc. which combine with sunlight to form a dense layer of ground-level ozone.

 

How does smog affect health?

Scientific studies have shown that breathing polluted air is harmful to human health.  

  • Initially, temporary changes in lung function can occur without causing any detectable symptoms. When symptoms do appear, they may include cough, chest tightness or congestion, wheezing, inability to breathe deeply, and fatigue.
  • Changes in heart rate and blood pressure have been attributed to breathing some types of particles.
  • Air pollution is recognized as contributing to premature deaths from both cardiovascular (heart and circulatory) and lung diseases.
  • Children with chronic exposure to air pollution may have increased chances of developing asthma and decreased lung development.
  • High levels of ozone can irritate your respiratory system, generally lasting for a few hours after you’ve been exposed to smog. However, ozone can continue to harm your lungs even after symptoms disappear.
  • Burning and irritation in eyes are also caused by pollution in the air. Another effect of smog is dry eyes.

Who is vulnerable to the effects of smog?

 

Everyone is susceptible to the effects of smog if exposure is high enough. Even healthy athletes can have some lung function from exercising when ozone concentrations are high. However, certain features make some people more susceptible:

 

  • Age: The very young and the elderly are especially susceptible. Children have narrow airways, breathe more air per unit of body weight, breathe at higher rates, are more likely to mouth-breathe, and tend to be active outdoors. Seniors have less effective natural defenses and are more likely to have underlying heart or lung disease.
  • Health: People with asthma (an increasingly common condition), chronic bronchitis, emphysema, diabetes, and other heart and lung diseases may be especially susceptible to air pollution health effects.
  • Exposure: People who are heavily exposed, such as outdoor workers (e.g. construction workers, landscapers, crossing guards) may be especially susceptible.
  • Activity: People who are physically active can double or triple the amount of air they breathe, increasing their exposure, and therefore their susceptibility.

 

 

Air Pollution Episodes - Stage I, II, III

  1. Stage I - 200 PSI (Soon 130 PSI) Unhealthful
  2. Avoid anything that causes hard breathing or mouth breathing - no soccer, volleyball, football, running etc. Go indoors if you can. Schedule easy activities .Sensitive people should reduce activity even further.
  3. All school games and practices outside, are cancelled until Stage I episode is terminated.
  4. Stage II - 275 PSI - Very Unhealthful
  5. All regulations which apply to Stage I also apply to Stage II.
  6. Stop all physical activity. Stay indoors. Schedule nonphysical activities: board games, arts and crafts, slow walking.
  7. State III - 400 PSI - Hazardous

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preventive measures  during smog-

 

  • Stay indoors. Keep children indoors as much as possible.
  • Avoid smoking and the areas with smoke or heavy dust.
  • Suspend all your outdoor activities during the early morning hours like running, jogging, cycling, gym and other sports.
  • People are also advised to avoid morning walk or any other strenuous outdoor activity that increases breathing rate and minimize the use of deodorants and room sprays as much as possible.
  • Wear a mask when you are going outdoors.
  • Consume lots of fruits and vegetables as they are rich in vitamin c and antioxidants.
  • Drink plenty of water and liquids to keep yourself well hydrated.
  • Wash your hands often, and avoid rubbing your eyes
  • Drink a lot of water. Staying hydrated is essential for aiding in adequate tear formation.
  • If you have any heart ailments or chronic respiratory disease or asthma, continue your medication as advised by physician.
  • If you suffer from asthma, exposure to high levels of ozone from smog can trigger asthma attacks.
  • It is advised to take medical assistance in case of difficulty in breathing, increase in breathing rate, palpitations or severe bout of coughing and/or sneezing.

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“SPIC MACAY” 10.10.2017



                                                                                     “SPIC MACAY”

 

                                                               Kathak Dance form Spell-Bound Depsites

 

                                                                                                                                              Date: 10-10-2017

 

 

Tagore Hall of Delhi Public School Meerut throbbed with great round of applause after witnessing wonderful and mesmerizing Kathak Dance performance of Ms. Malti Shyam, One of India’s foremost exponents of the Lucknow Gharana of Kathak.Trained under Shrimati Reba Vidyarthi and Pt. Birju Maharaj at Kathak Kendra. She is known for the lyrical grace and technical precision of her dance.

She was accompanied by famous Tabla Player Mr. Aashik Kumar and professional Harmonium Player Mr. Suraj Nirmaan.

The mesmerizing event was organized in Delhi Public School, Meerut on 10th October’17 with collaboration of “SPIC MACAY”, an organization working to revive Indian Culture and Custom.

Delhi Public School, Meerut, always striving for the holistic development of a child to give complete individuals to country has initiated this effort to make its children familiar with their roots.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, during her address has informed that, ‘SPIC MACAY’ has been an integral part of school planner to bring students closer to their tradition and culture.

The great event concluded with an enquiry session wherein students got their quarries resoled by Ms. Malti Shyam, a veteran in her field.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the great personality and motivated students to put their heart and soul whatever they have opted for their career.

 

Submitted By:

 

Rekha Sharma   

School Admin

TRIP TO CENTURY AMUSEMENT CITY, “KIDZANIA” 07.10.2017



TRIP TO CENTURY AMUSEMENT CITY, “KIDZANIA”

                                                                                                                                                      Date: 07-10-2017

To initiate the development of an adequate childhood, establishment of different relationships with child’s world and building of child’s identity to become self dependent, Delhi Public School, Meerut organized an educational trip to Century Amusement City, “Kidzania” at Noida for students of Classes III to V on 5th October’17 and classes I and II on 06th October’17. The children left the school premises by 07:00 am under the guidance of their respective teachers.

The extravagance began with a warm welcome by the team of “KIDZANIA”. There were ample of activities such as extinguishing fire, car driving, bank transaction, passport making, court hearing, doing makeup, acting, modelling etc. that inspired, educated & empowered the kids to understand & manage their world better. The children learnt to earn currency and spent it on their own.

The students performed different activities under the guidance of experts, educators & professionals in various fields. They were thrilled to see Police Station, Amity University, Ambulance, Fire Brigade, Airplane, Shiamak Dance Academy, Bollywood etc.

They were over excited to make Burgers, Pizzas, Frooti, Chocos, Kinderjoy etc and relished eating them. They also rocked the Dance Floor.      

The children were provided a hygienic and delicious lunch at 01:00pm. Everyone was engrossed in different demonstrations that added a new identity & confidence to their personality. The students dispersed from the venue at 02:15pm. A combo of refreshment was served to them. It was an enthusiastic, extraordinary and amazing venture for all. Everybody learnt a lot through the evident experiences of this trip.

The main objective of this visit to Global indoor theme park was to focus on 5 Cs i.e. creativity, critical thinking, communication, confidence & collaboration.

The children returned to the school by 05:00pm & were cheerfully welcomed by their parents.

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A visit to Iskcon and Lotus Temple 05.10.2017



A visit to Iskcon and Lotus Temple 

 

On 05th October 2017 students of class VI to VIII of Delhi Public School, Meerut, were taken for a visit to The Iskcon and Lotus Temple at New Delhi.  This was pious visit for nearly 97 children. The motive to send the children for such type of visit was to attach them with the god and Indian culture because now-a-days they are more close to material and gadget world. Moreover most of the children have lost their moral and emotional values too. At 10 in the morning the children stepped at the Iskcon Temple and went around the temple taking the blessings of the lord Krishna. Afterwards they were shown a movie on the sins and greeds possessed by any human. They also had langer in the Temple. Second visit was the Lotus Temple.  Here children learned that all religions are equal and god is one. With all these valuable values they came back to school in the evening and promised to imbibe the same in their lives.

 

 

Report by

 

Richa Luthra

School Admin

DPS Meerut becomes City Centre for Philanthropy (GOONJ) 04.10.2017



                                                   DPS Meerut becomes City Centre for Philanthropy (GOONJ)

                                                                                                                                                              Date: 04-10-2017

Delhi Public School, Meerut has been entrusted the designation of being city centre for all kinds of help of the underprivileged. The discarded and the underutilized material will be brought and received at the school which will further be used to help needy ones. The contribution can be done in any form like cloths, money, books, school material, toys etc. that will be converted into a resource for rural development. 

The non-profit and the non-government organization GOONJ started this noble mission with only 67 cloths in 1999. Now GOONJ deals with 3000 Tons of material in 22 States. This organization has received a number of awards for their immense and unprecedented support to the mankind.

Those who want to contribute (Charity) to this genesis of trashed based economy can do it from 02nd to 08th October 2017 between 02:00 pm to 06:00 pm in the school premises. The founder of GOONJ, Mr. Anshu Gupta known as the clothing man has extended his special thanks to the school principal Ms. Savita Chadha for her high energies and inspiring  generosity to think the Nation as a family. The principal has made a special appeal to all the students and teachers of the school to come forward and set new examples.

 DPS Fraternity has always believed in Service Before Self!   

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Fancy Dress Competition 03.10.2017



                                                   Report on Fancy Dress Competition

 

A grand and gorgeous Intra Class Fancy Dress Competition was organized for the students of class II in DPS, Meerut on 3-Oct-2017. The theme of the competition was ‘Indian Festivals’. Students participated whole heartedly and were full of enthusiasm. They performed role of different deities which resulted in educating other students about history behind our great festivals. It was worth watching them performing and showing their skills at the best. The feel of the festive season was felt around the school campus.

The winners of the competition were:

First Position- Winnie Bhardwaj of class II-A

Second Position - Arunim Mowar Saxena of class II-C

Third Position – Bhumi Yadav of class II-A

Consolation prize- Satvik Jain of class II-C, Shreya Yadav & Aarav Gupta of class II-A

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Workshop 25.09.2017



Workshop

“Good Touch & Bad Touch”

                                                                                                                                                      Date: 25-09-2017

Child abuse is the world’s greatest silent crime. 53% of children suffer from child abuse of some sort or other and the biggest reason for it to increase is because they go unreported.

Its very important and that child should become aware of the difference between ‘Good touch & Bad touch’ at very early age.

To make the kid alert by making them understand, why and how they can protet their bodies against any abuse a workshop was conducted at Delhi Public School, Pre-Primary section.

Spokes persons, Ms. Manisha Jethwani, told the students how to identify the ‘No touch’ areas, understand who are ‘safe adults’ and how to clearly communicate with parents about any bad experience.

They learnt how to handle a bad touch by shouting ‘No’, running away from the person and informing a safe adult about the same.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also communicated to the little ones that when someone gives you a bad touch, don’t feel that you are bad. Whoever gives you a bad touch is the one who is bad, not you. Always share with your parents, whatever happens to you.  

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DPS Meerut Wins Gold Medal In Chess



                                                                     DPS Meerut Wins Gold Medal In Chess

Sport Culture as always thrived and bloomed in the premises of Delhi Public Meerut where Dipsites have always believed and proven physical and mental strength through sports.

The latest testimony to the above mentioned feature and belief of the school have been amazingly exhibited by Dhiriti Singh Sisodiya from XI and Aaradhya Singh Sirodia from IV. They participated in the District level chess competition in the category of U-17(G) and U-12 (G) organized by Krira Bharti, Meerut. Dhiriti has won 1st position with a GOLD MEDAL and Aaradhya has bagged 3rd position with BRONZE MEDAL.

The two sisters during a conversation with member of sports club told everyone  that a sport app named “Lichess “ helped them a lot in term of acquiring possible skills, as through this they could play with lot of chess players worldwide and their toughest online competition was against France during a practice session.

This remarkable win has brought stronger vibrancy and determination to the sport fraternity of Delhi Public school Meerut. The principal of the School Mrs. Savita Chadha congratulated the winners, their parents and the trainer and asked them to explore and seek more in the world sports with honest efforts and perseverance.

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Investiture Ceremony 07-09-2017



INVESTITURE CEREMONY

 

                                                                                                                                                Date: 07-09-2017

 

Delhi Public School, Meerut organized “INVESTITURE CEREMONY” for the session 2017-18 on 07th September 2017.

 

BRIG. ALOK KUMAR TYAGI, Deputy General Officer Commanding, Meerut Cantt graced the occasion as Chief Guest.

 

School Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed the distinguished guests. The ceremony cicked off with ‘Lamp Lighting’, followed by a floral welcome to the distinguished guests. A wonderful dance performance depicting the theme of ‘Save Girl Child’ and presentation by Syntech Club were the chief attractions of the ceremony. The newly appointees marched past with oath ceremony to fulfill their duties with devotion.

 

During his address chief guest, BRIG. ALOK KUMAR TYAGI motivated the new appointees of student council to perform their duties with devotion and dedication. He laid special emphasis to Aim high and Attempt higher with Passion and Perseverance.

 

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her address, citing the examples of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel and M S Dhoni motivated students to learn how did they get it into their nature on being the Iran Man and the Coolest One. She guided the students to take the opportunity that is available to them as the first step of a long winding staircase. Giving examples of captain M S Kohli and Cdr. Abhishek Kankan she motivated the students to be focused and achieve their target which gives a sense of exhilaration. The ceremony concluded with the rendition of ‘National Anthem’. 

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Teachers' Day 05-09-2017



                                                                                   TEACHERS’ DAY REPORT

5th September 2017,  Delhi Public School celebrated the auspicious occasion of Teachers’ Day. A special assembly was conducted which began with the enchanting of the Gayatri Mantra and offered flowers to Late Shri Radha Krishnan, whose birthday is celebrated as Teachers Day.

Teachers were welcomed by the students in a traditional style and were given cards with compliments as a mark of respect. It was then followed by a variety of entertaining programmes by the students. They unveiled the enviable talents of singers and dancers.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha  lent the occasion , the equisite warmth with her gracious presence. She spoke in high esteem of the staff for taking DPS Meerut to heights and also congratulated the students for their commendable presentation of the assembly. The celebrations ended but left its memories in the hearts of all to cherish forever.

The Celebration successfully pressed an ideology upon the students to stay away from comforts and try to be in the association with the people of vision.

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Essay Writing Competition 04.09.2017



Essay Writing Competition

                                                                                                                                                       Date: 04-09-2017

 

An Essay Writing Competition was organised by LIC India at Delhi Public School, Meerut. Students of class IX and X participated with all zest and fervour to be a part of it.

  • They penned down their views on Swachchh Bharat.
  • Contribution of LIC of India in the development of modern India.
  • Effect of Social media on our society

In lieu to the insurance week the competition was held in seven main schools of Meerut.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha inspired the students to be part of such competitions in future also. She added that such competitions are a good means of expression and should be taken whole heartedly.

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Animal's Kindness Day 04.09.2017



ANIMAL’S KINDNESS DAY

                                                                                                                                                       Date: 04-09-2017

Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.

To teach students compassion and empathy with animals an acturty was conducted at Delhi Public School, Meerut tiny tots section.

Kinds were told small acts of kindness can make big differences. Like putting out a pot of water for birds to drink, giving leftover bread to street dogs do not take much of an effort.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also addressed the students and said is a two way process, it is in giving that you receive. 

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Patriotic Poem Competition 31.08.2017



                                                                            Patriotic Poem Competition

 

Intra class Patriotic Poem competition was organized in Delhi Public School, Meerut on 31-Aug-2017 for the students of class II. 40 Students participated whole heartedly and showed their unconditional love and respect for the nation by presenting poems on patriotism which was really worth watching. They were full of enthusiasm and zeal. They were dressed up as freedom fighters and were completely engrossed in performing and exhibiting their skills.

The winners of the competition were:

First Position: Winnie Bhardwaj of class II-A and Ojesavi of class II-C

Second Position: Kritika Vats of class II-B and Mridul Sharma of class II-D

Third Position: Kanishk Kamarthi & Shreya Yadav of class II-A and Kartik Verma of class II-B

Consolation Prizes: Bhumi Yadav & Viraj Baliyan of class II-A, Abhinav Singh of class II-B and Hardya Aggarwal of class II-C

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A Day with Green Vegetable Vendor 30.08.2017



                                                        Report - A Day with Green Vegetable Vendor

                                                                                                                                                            Date: 30-08-2017

The importance of eating green vegetables cannot be overlooked. Specially the children at growing age need to eat healthy food packed with all the necessary nutrients.

To make children understand the value of eating healthy an activity was conducted at Delhi Public School Meerut Pre-Primary section.

Students for a day played the role of local vegetable vendor, they explored all the seasonal vegetables and discussed their importance.

Children were amazed to know different facts regarding the nutritional value of different vegetables.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also addressed the students and made them make it their resolution to eat healthy and stay healthy.

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Hindi Recitation Competition 25.08.2017



                                                                              Hindi Recitation Competition

                                                                                                                                                               Date: 25-08-2017

With time our National Language is taking a back seat in country’s education system.

To make the students realise its value ‘Hindi recitation Competition’ was conducted at Delhi Public School, Meerut Pre-Primary Section.

Children came prepared with beautiful poems and recited them. Poems included were Mera Pariwaar, Meri Dadi, Meri Maa etc. They sounded even more mesmerizing when they were recited by our sweet tiny tots.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also spoke to the students about the history of the language. She told that we should always feel proud of our National Language and should try to learn it in a better way as we all are ambassadors to represent it. 

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Independence Day 15.08.2017



INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Independence Day- a day to celebrate India’s much sought independence and to take pledge to render our nation free from shackles that are a hindrance in the progress and prosperity.

The program commenced with Rag Bhairavi sung by the school choir. The tricolor was hoisted by Chief Guest, Mrs. Anumeha Singh; Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha and tiny tots. A nukkad natak depicted the fundamental rights and duties and a dance performance by the students showcased the ethos and spirit of Indian diversity in culture and tradition.

The oath by CBSE made students pledge for a clean, corruption free nation where everybody is honestly fulfilling their duties and not letting the sacrifices of the freedom fighters to go waste.

The choir added patriotic fervor to the air with their performance on ‘Pray for India’.

The Chief Guest, Mrs. Anumeha Singh, in her speech, stressed on the fact that the society has contributed a lot and now its our turn to do our bit. She further added that every individual effort of each one of us would make a difference.

Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, congratulated the assembly and inspired the students with her thought provoking speech to learn from the lives and sacrifices of the freedom fighters. She motivated the students to serve the nation by volunteering themselves to do their part by – each one teach one.

The program was concluded with the rendition of the national anthem followed by sweet distribution.

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Movie Show 11.08.2017



 

Movie Show

                                                                                                                                                       Date: 11-08-2017

On the pious occasion of “Janmashthmi” the tiny tots of Delhi Public School, Meerut were shown a movie on Lord ‘Krishna’.

The motive of showing this movie was not only to entertain the children but make them learn about the life history of Lord Krishna.

As in today’s busy life and trend of nuclear families, parents do not narrate such mythological stories to their kids, but these movies help the children to learn moral values and ethics.

After watching it, children came out singing the song “Hare Krishna, Krishna Hare Hare” and the excitement on their faces were inexpressible.

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Janmashthmi Celebration



 

JANMASHTHMI CELEBRATION

                                                                                                                                                              Date: 10-08-2017

Janmashthmi, a celebration of Lord Krishna’s Brithday is a reminder for all to believe that God resides in a person’s heart, not in temples.

In Delhi Public School, Meerut tiny tots section, Janmashthmi was celebrated with huge zest. Students beautified earthern pots by colourning them for the festival. They also made photo frames to be adorned by the pictures of Lord Krishna.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also propagated the messages given by Lord Krishna in Bhagwat Gita. She enticed the students to understand the inner essence of all the religions and not only to remain involved in mere festivities

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Rakhi Making Competition 03.08.2017



 

Report on “Rakhi Making Competition”

 

On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Rakhi making competition was organized at Delhi Public School, Meerut for the students of class II on 3-Aug-2017. The students participated with great zeal and zest. It was truly a delight to watch the young hands of our little artisans putting together intricate material and fondly fiddling for mirrors, beads etc. to deliver beautiful and extremely creative masterpieces. The rakhis made were an enviable lot and a fusion of modern with traditional styles.

The winners of the competition were:

First Position: Mahi Choudhary of class II-A

Second Position: Ashi Bansal of class II-A

Third Position: Shagun of class II-A

Consolation Prizes: Harday Agarwal of class II-C, Aaniyah Chaudhary of class II-D and Vani Agarwal of II-B

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Friendship Day 03.08.2017



 

Report on “Friendship Day”

                                                                                                                                                           Date: 03-08-2017

Mother Teresa Said, ‘If we have no peace it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.’

With growing intolerance in today’s world it is becoming a necessity that children and youth understand the importance of relationship and friendship.

‘Friendship Day’ was celebrate in Delhi Public School, Meerut  Pre Primary section with huge zest and zeal.

Kids shared handmade pencil caps and friendship bands with their friends. Little ones even learned to write their ‘Friends’ name.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha, also spoke to the students, about the importance of friendship in every ones lives. She said that today as there is dearth of relatives around us, friends serve as our extended families and they should be valued by us.

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Table Manners 02.08.2017



Table Manners Activity

                                                                                                                                                Date: 02-08-2017

‘The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any’.  -  Fred Astaire

 

Delhi Public School, Meerut is always doing an attempt to provide an atmosphere for a child which covers all genres of life, best education, competition or manners and etiquettes.

At Pre Primary section an activity was conducted to focus on learning table manners. Students learnt and enjoyed the activity a lot.

Ms. Savita Chadha, Principal, Delhi Public School Meerut interacted with the students and shared her experiences with them. She told the children that in the world of globalisation no stone shall be left unturned by depsites.

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Pretend Play 25.07.2017



Pretend Play

                                                                                                                                                  Date: 25-07-2017

 

Play is a child’s full time job, and ‘Pretend Play’ is a healthy part of every child’s social, emotional and cognitive development.

At Delhi Public School, Meerut on 25th July’17 an alluring activity of ‘Pretend Play’ was conducted for students of Pre-Nursery to Prep.

Kids participated in chromatic attires to represent different themes like Animal kingdom, fruits & vegetables world where they came dressed like an apple, mango, brinjal, cow, cat, tiger, elephant, whale etc.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha also addressed the little ones on the occasion. She always extend her support to the students no matter what they do, to boost their confidence.

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Workshop on Personal Hygiene 14.07.2017



Workshop on Personal Hygiene

                                                                                                                                                      Date: 14-07-2017

“Good personal hygiene is one of the most effective ways to protect ourselves from illness & diseases”.

Keeping in mind the maintenance of personal hygiene for the growth and development of a child, Delhi Public School, Meerut organised a workshop for the students of class IV on the topic “Personal Hygiene”. The session was conducted by Dr. Manisha Bansal who made the students aware about the bacteria, virus, fungi, parasites - how do they transfer, affect and harm one’s body. She also told about the importance and techniques of washing hands, bathing, brushing etc. The students took active interest in learning the ways & methods to keep themselves clean & hygiene.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha instructed the children to take care of their personal hygiene. So as to get rid of harmful bacteria and diseases.

It was a knowledgeable and enriching session for all.

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DOCTOR ON CALL 10.07.2017



 

                                                                 Workshop on Health & Career Counseling

                                                                                                                                                                          Date: 10-07-2017

On 10th July’17 Delhi Public School, Meerut organized a workshop on Health and Healthful diet. Students from classes V and VI registered their whole hearted participation. The renowned dietician Ms. Umang Bahal educated the students on nutritious food and health through many interesting and engaging activities. The students raised intelligent queries.

The workshop for the students of class VIII was well conducted by renowned psychologist Ms. Manisha Jaithwani in Tagore Hall. She told the students that before being friends with others we should always careful about their age group, behaviour and preferences in life, only then this friendship can result into a good relation.

Another important part of the workshop was the Interactive Counseling Session. The aim was to have a free and frank discussion with the participants and for resolving their doubts and queries on career and future.

Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address thanked Ms. Manisha Jaithwani and Ms. Umang for such a trendy and effective presentation. She advised the students to know the importance of the ongoing formative years and their constructive strength. She further added that students should always eat balanced homemade food, as eating readymade food from the market is not wholesome for a healthy body.  As we all now “Healthy Minds lives in Healthy Body”.  

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Story of Panchtantra 08.07.2017



PRESS REPORT ON ACTIVITY – PANCHTANTRA KI KAHANIYAN

Classes – Pre-Nur, Nur & Prep

                                                                                                                                                                            Date: 08.07.2017

‘Panchtantra ki Kahaniyan’ are a collection of fables, the first acquaintance of children to the literature of ancient India and to enroot moral values in them.

On 08.07.2017 an activity was conducted by Delhi Public School, Meerut for tiny buds of the school. For classes Nur & Pre-Nur teachers narrated some stories which children heartily enjoyed and learnt.

But the real spectacle was the students of class Prep, who themselves narrated elucidative stories to their class. Little ones not only told stories but they also permeated the moral hidden in each story like “Be kind”, “never copy “ and “Faithfulness” etc.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha, who is always keen to be a part of any initiative taken by the kids, was also there to make children understand the importance of morality in life. She also told that everything in life has something to teach us. It’s on to us that how we perceive.

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(IMO) MATHS OLYMPIAD



                                                               DEPSITES PROVE THEIR FLAIR FOR RESEARCH

                                                                                                                                                                         Date: 04-07-2017

Avika Jain from class II by winning 5th position with Bronze Medal and Rudraksh Thakur by 1st International rank with Gold Medal in International Maths Olympiad under IMO, International Maths Olympiad have brought pride to everyone at Delhi Public School Meerut. They have been felicitated with IMO Academic Book Set and Appreciation Certificates. They have refreshed the glory and prestige of the School and have set energizing examples for other students.

Adding to the pride winning spree, Hrishikesh and Vaishnavi from class I won 8th Zonal Rank in International English Olympiad. They have also been felicitated with book sets and appreciation Certificates. According to the achievers extensive study and research help you achieve success in life.

While encouraging the students with words of appreciation the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha said, “With sustained efforts anyone can realizes their potential into achievements. She further added that coming events cast their shadows before which means No doubt! These students will surely achieve much more in their life”.        

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GOONJ (NGO) Workshop 07.07.2017



GOONJ - A VOICE, AN EFFORT

 

                                                                                                                                                                   Date: 07.07.2017

In today’s World of Globalization when material things are easily accessible and available, the feeling of gratitude and the value of resources is totally lost. Specially in the children of the favored lot of the society.

Delhi Public School, Meerut took up this initiative to orient the students in this regard, with “Goonj”, an NGO, whose vision is to make people aware, empathize and help the poor with material things, not as charity but as an opportunity.

Ms. Anita Patel and Ms Rytham Sachdeva, from “Goonj” team, had an interactive session with students, so that vision could find an echo in children’s hearts.

Students were very responsive and eager to be part of the cause.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha also addressed the students to sensitize them towards it. She encouraged everyone including her staff members to understand their responsibility towards the society and that is what  the motto of the school is, ‘Service Before Self‘.

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Assembly 04.07.2017



                                               FELICITATION CONVENTION AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT

                                                                                                                                                                        Date: 04-07-2017

Today, to felicitate the brilliant Depsites, a special assembly was organized by Delhi Public School, Meerut. After performing the regular unique features of assembly like self made poem recitation, thought for the day, morning prayers; felicitation commenced with the introduction of the achievers and their achievements by the school Principal Ms. Savita Chadha. Vetida Sharma with 124th and Akshat Gupta with 410th Rank bore away scholarships in UPSTSE (UP Science Talent Search Exam) and were felicitated with souvenirs.

Pranav Maheshwari for earning the esteemed admission in the prestigious IIT Kanpur was also felicitated with heartfelt appreciation and a souvenir. The scholars while addressing the students spoke of the school in high esteem. Adding to the gratitude, Pranav Maheshwari said “His schooling at Delhi Public School, Meerut has been the foundation of his dream achievement”. He shared amazing tips for success with the students and thanked his parents, principal and teachers of the school for such far-seeing guidance.

During her address, the Principal said, “We may have different aspirations and ambitions, but Vedita, Akshat and Pranav have enlivened the abstracts that perseverance and hard work can lead us to greater heights.     

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MP Singh Scholarship Exam 2016-17 Rssult

                                          DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT DECLARED M.P. SINGH SCHOLARSHIP RESULT

                                                                                                                                                                         Date: 12-06-2017

In the memory of Mr. M.P. Singh, Founder, M.P. Singh Foundation a scholarship exam was conducted for the students of class X who scored CGPA 10 in their class X (CBSE-2016-17) result.

The scholarship exam was conducted on 08th June’17 in Delhi Public School, Meerut where in large number of students from different schools of city appeared.

As per the result declaration many students were awarded with 100% scholarship on seeking admission in class XI in different streams i.e. Science, Commerce & Humanities for the session 2017-18 while couple of students were awarded up to 80% scholarship according to the result. School management was really overwhelmed to see the results and wished a bright future ahead to all the selected students.

On this occasion school Pro-Vice Chairperson Ms. Shashi Singh, Manager Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the selected students.

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MP Singh Scholarship Exam 2016-17



                                                                    MP. SINGH SCHOLARSHIP EXAM 2016-17

                                                                                                                                                                     Date: 08-06-2017

 

In the memory of Shri M.P.Singh, Founder, M.P.Singh Foundation, a scholarship exam for the students of class X scoring 10 CGPA was conducted on 08th June’17 for seeking admission in class XI.

The aim of exam was to provide higher opportunities for all the bright students of the city from different streams i.e. Science, Commerce and Humanities. In this exam students from different schools participated enthusiastically.

On this occasion Pro-Vice Chairperson of Delhi Public School, Meerut Mrs. Shashi Singh and school Manager, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh gave their blessings to the participants for their bright future ahead.    

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NASA TRIP



                    MEMORABLE, EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO AMERICA BY THE STUDENTS OF DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT

                                                                                                                                                                         Date: 15-06-2017

Delhi Public School, Meerut students from classes VIII to XI went on a twelve day memorable, educational trip to Kennedy Space Center, America under the guidance of Principal Ms. Savita Chadha. Students quenched their thirst for knowledge, getting their queries furnished by the staff of the space center. They explored Disney Land, Universal Studio, Washington DC, New York City and Smithonian Science Museum. The trip, from 31st May’17 to 12th June’17 was a period of absolute learning. Children experienced open end learning be it dignity of labour, traffic sense or their system of education.

Students were blessed not only to view space shuttle launching stations but were also privileged to interact with astronaut - Sam Durrance. They were fortunate enough to visit the famous Columbia University where they gathered knowledge about the educational system being followed in US. All the students returned back home gathering ample memorable experiences for themselves.

Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha highlighted on the fruitful and beneficial trip of the students and encouraged others too, to be an inspiration for others.          

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DIPSITES TRANSFORM THEIR ACADEMICS INTO PROFESSIONAL CALIBER 30.06.2017



DIPSITES TRANSFORM THEIR ACADEMICS INTO PROFESSIONAL CALIBER

                                                                                                                                                                    Date: 30-06-2017

 

Parth Narayan Singh from class XII of Delhi Public School Meerut has got AIR-4 (OPH) in IIT-JEE/PMT (NEET). Having done this, he has qualified for admission in MBBS in Jawahar Lal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and research (JIPMER).

He has brought laurels not only his parents but also to city and our school.

Adding to this pride Videeta Sharma from Class X has bore away special scholarship with 124th position in UPSTSE (UP Science Talent Search Exam) organised on 30.05.2017.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated students on this success. He extended her special thanks to their parents for being such a source of inspiration. She further added that our school has always laid special emphasis on professional competence. The news has brought high level of energy and determination amongst the present students.

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SCHOOL REOPEN AFTER SUMMER BREAK 29.06.2017



                                                                         BACK TO SCHOOL WITH A SMILE

                                                                                                                                                                       Date: 29-06-2017

After summer break, Delhi Public School, Meerut reopened on 29th June’17 for all the students. Most important were the little ones of Pre-Nursery who had to get their first taste of school life. The principal and teachers made sure that the kids step-in, in the environment full of colour and positively. They were heartily welcomed by their teachers of Nursery & Prep with handouts giving a message of joy and cheerfulness.

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DOCTOR ON CALL 08.05.2017



 

                                                             Workshops on Health & Career Counseling

                                                                                                                                                                  Date: 08-05-2017

On 08th May’17 Delhi Public School, Meerut organized a workshop on Health and Healthful diet. Students from class III registered their whole hearted participation. The renowned dieticians Ms. Umang and Ms. Pallawi educated the students on nutritious food and health through many interesting and engaging activities. The students raised intelligent queries.

In the second session, a workshop on career counseling was conducted. The base line of the Workshop was to help prospective generation to understand their hidden talent in a scientific way via psychological tests, interactive counseling by experts, an open round of questioning and expert advises from well known professionals of various fields.

The workshop was well conducted by renowned psychologist Ms. Manisha Jaithwani. She laid her special emphasis on choosing the field according to one’s interest and capability and then pursuing the same with conviction which leads to success. She also gave the formula for success. By illustrating live cases and thought provoking deliberations, she made the atmosphere extremely electrifying and involved each and every participant to understand and realize their inherent strengths to opt their best suited career prospects.

Another important part of the workshop was the Interactive Counseling Session .The aim was to have a free and frank discussion with the participants and for resolving their doubts and queries on career and future.

Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address thanked Ms. Manisha Jaithwani, Ms. Umang and Ms. Pallawi for such a trendy and effective presentation. She advised the students to know the importance of the ongoing formative years and their constructive strength .She further added that small decisions taken wisely can help make good professional career: and to have everything going and celebrate their pick on career after many years from now, they must have regular communication with their parents and experts with adequate emphasis on their skills improvement.

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VISIT TO VISHOKANAND ASHRAM



                                                                             Visit to Vishokanad Ashram

48 Students of Delhi Public School, Meerut visited Vishokanad Ashram situated on the bank of river Ganga near Bijnor on 09th May’17. The aim of the educational tour was to create awareness among the students about rural life and to sensitize them to the problem of the aged people. Students along with the teachers to supervise them started as early as seven in the morning after taking the well wishes and instructions from the principal Ms. Savita Chadha who believes in providing holistic education to the children.

 The ashram offers a tranquil retreat cradled in vast expanses of orchards with a profusion of mangoes, pears and jackfruit. The Children were welcomed by the manager of the ashram and offered refreshment on the arrival.

The children were taken on a trip to Vishokanand Campus where they learned about a number of medicinal plants and trees. Students were shown the water harvesting plant, vermincompost and solar energy plant.

Students were exposed to panchtantra way of treatment through Ayurveda and physiotherapy. After this the children were taken for Ganga Darshan and they visited the Dolphin centuary. Next was a trip planned to the holy Vidhur Kutir, a place of mythological significance in the epic of Mahabharata. The children were offered a simple vegetarian meal at the ashram, followed by a closing ceremony which included a poster making competition and thanks giving speech by children and the teachers.

Children distributed sweets and eatables to the aged person and inquired about their health conditions. The children got a deep insight into some of the bitter realities of life.

On behalf of Delhi Public School, Meerut a small donation was made for this noble purpose of providing help to the old and destitute people. The children vowed to take care of their parents and grandparents.

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NAINITAL TRIP



                                                               Memorable Excursion to Nainital at Ayarpata

                                                                                                                                                                         Date: 27-05-2017

                                                            “We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty,

                                                              charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures”

                                                                                        Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru

Delhi Public School, Meerut took an initiative to send the children of classes VII and VIII for an educational trip to Nainital, Uttarakhand. It was a five day designed program to arouse love for nature & to discover their latent talent in the tranquil atmosphere of the forests of Nainital. Students left for their desired destination with the blessings of the Respected Principal Ms. Savita Chadha. She herself see off the group on 22nd May’17 at 09:30 pm at night with her valuable tips to make this trip a memorable one. The students reached at Ayarpata, the resort in Nainital at 7 o’clock in the morning.

The students were divided into the three groups- Red Indians, Green Gorillas and Black Commandos. Children performed the activities like tent pitching, flying fox, rock climbing, knot tying, rappelling and tracking & caving etc.

Trekking to explore the jungle hills, was made even at night, to feel the silent beauty of nature & existence of wild life.

Children felt enthusiastic in Rappelling Activity while coming down from a mountain slope in a controlled manner with the help of mountaineering equipments.

The children were rewarded for their remarkable performance for different activities and were motivated by the teacher incharges as well as the instructors of Rocksport.

Caving, a recreational pastime of exploring wild cave system was a great experience to enter in an underground space large enough for a human to enter. The caves lead the students into a mysterious and ancient dreams of history. They were introduced to an ecofriendly life and got knowledge of different kinds of caves like solution caves, boulder caves, sea caves, glacer caves etc. Bonfire and D.J. night was like a spice added to the trip.

 The whole vision was given by Principal Ms. Savita Chadha to give the encouragement to the students to face the challenges in their lives.

On 26th May’17 at morning 05:00am the students came back to school with uneraseable memories of the trip and were handed over safely to their parents.

School Admin

MULTI SKILLS INTER SCHOOL COMPETITION



                                                                        A multi skill Inter School Competition

A multi skill Inter School Competition was held at MPGS, Shastri Nagar, in which total ten renowned schools of the city participated. 21 students of DPS Meerut participated in all the six categories and have once again brought fame and Laurel to DPS Meerut. Akshita Goel(X E) stood first in Eloquent Expression, Saumitra Garg (VIII B) stood first in Swag a Tag, Stuti Kamboj (IX C)  stood  third in Swag a tag, Saloni Jain (IX E) bagged third position in Poster making competition and Dipti Verma (IX E) bagged the third position in Tableau Making.

All the eminient academicians and literary figures of the city evaluated the efforts of participants and praised their enthusiastic efforts. Principal, Ms Savita Chadha congratulated the students and wished them luck for their future life.

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MOTHER'S DAY CELEBRATION 15.05.2017



                                                                                Mother’s Day Celebration

                                                                                                                                                                   Date: 15-05-2017

Mother's Day is a perfect time to celebrate your mother and all her wonderful qualities.

Mother’s Day is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in 46 countries across the globe. It is a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, the unconditional love of mothers and their influence in society. Mothers are our guiding force and are responsible for making us who we are.

To generate this special feeling among the tiny tots and give them a chance to show their feelings towards their dear mothers, the Kindergarten section of Delhi Public School, Meerut celebrated Mother’s Day on 15th May’17.

Some very enthusiastic mothers took initiative to come to school and shared their talents with the kids in the classes. They involved the children in Art & Craft, Dancing, Singing & Narrated Several Stories. The hugging and clinging to them brought tears to see the pious mother’s love which is incomparable with anything in the world.

The students were reminded of the contributions of their mothers to their lives through activities conducted in their classes. Though they may not show it every day, but they were happy to get an opportunity to express their love and admiration to their mothers on this very special day. The cherubs prepared beautiful cards and bouquet of paper flowers with their little hands as a surprise gift for their dear mothers. This was an effort to develop their sensitivity towards the environment and fine motor skills.

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TRIBUTE TO LATE SHRI MP SINGH 06.05.2017



                   Delhi Public School, Meerut Remembers Late Shri M.P. Singh with Respect and Over-whelming Emotions 

                                                                                                                                                                        Date: 06-05-2017

It has been a year since our beloved Founder Chairman Late Shri M.P. Singh went on his heavenly abode but his teachings and legacy of education is as fresh as morning petals.

Today on 06th May’17 Delhi Public School, Meerut held a special assembly in sweet memory of its founding father enumerating his large contributions to society and education. Many teachers and students could not hold their tears back when the students with their tender hands offered fragrant petals to him. How meaningful the child sounded when he conveyed his respects to Late. Shri M.P. Singh by calling him a huge tree of education and blessings during his speech. M.P. Singh Cricket Academy, Meerut is the live example of his great persona. Great man never dies he remains immortal through the deeds of welfare.

The school Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her homage said that our school will always remain grateful to Late Shri M.P. Singh as we by following his ways with the torch of education lit by him will surely be able to guide our students to the new and higher levels of self enlightenment. She further appealed to all the students and teachers (recounting some of the extracts from Late Shri M.P. Singh’s speeches) to lay special emphasis on the holistic and honest teaching and learning.

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COLOURING COMPETITION



 

                                                                               Colour Competition

                                                                                                                                                                       Date: 08-05-2017

Nothing excites tiny tots more than colours do. To give them a vibrant and colourful experience, Delhi Public School, Meerut organized a colour competition.

The little artists promptly responded to the invitation by exhibiting their creativity.

The atmosphere was filled with excitement and little ones showed their talent in the open field under the hues of sky.

It was an effort to identify the inner talent of the children. As each child has his own colourful imagination.

The competition was full of pure joy and it served the purpose.

School Admin

CBSE WORKSHOP 27.05.17



                            Two day Workshop on a Capacity Building Program on Classroom Management by CBSE

                                                                                                                                                                       Date: 27-05-2017

Delhi Public School, Meerut hosted a two days workshop on Capacity Building Program on Classroom Management by CBSE on 26th May’2017. The second session of the workshop took place on 27th May’17 in the auditorium of the school.   

On the last day of the workshop Mr. Madam Lal Sawhney, Ms. Shikha Gautam the resource persons from CBSE and the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha, had very pragmatic and serious discussion with the participating teachers and talked on the problems like emotional outburst, impulsive and aggressive behavior and troubles due to attention seeking amongst adolescents.      

The Tagore Hall throbbed with lot of activities focusing on one of the most important issues of today’s life i.e. Capacity Building on Classroom Management.

Mr. Sawhney during an extensive session spoke on many aspects of high gravity such as appreciating students and to be a democratic teacher in reasonably good proportion with authoritative teaching. He further advised all the teachers to be unpredictable in terms of bringing, surprising and interesting study material and information to the classroom.

Ms. Shikha Gautam told the teachers to be more positive in the classroom and to let the children have opportunity to write new words and latest information on classroom white board on daily basis.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her address thanked all the distinguished guests and the teachers who attended the workshop. She also expressed her heartfelt thanks to CBSE for organizing such an effective workshop in the premises of Delhi Public School Meerut.

A teacher with the positive mind set, smile and happiness can make the classroom a place to remember lifelong.  

School Admin

CBSE WORKSHOP 26.05.17



                                                                                    Report

                                Workshop on a Capacity Building Program on Classroom Management by CBSE

                                                                                                                                                                   Date: 26-05-2017

Delhi Public School, Meerut hosted a two days workshop on Capacity Building Program on Classroom Management by CBSE on 26th May’2017. The first session of the workshop took place on 26th May’17 in the auditorium of the school.   

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha extended a heartfelt floral welcome to Mr. Madam Lal Sawhney, and Ms. Shikha Gautam the resource persons from CBSE, center of excellence for teachers (COET). Around 70 teachers from all over the Meerut participated in the workshop. 

The Tagore Hall throbbed with lot of activities focusing on one of the most important issues of today’s life i.e. Capacity Building on Classroom Management.

Mr. Sawhney during an extensive session spoke on many aspects of high gravity such as appreciating students and to be a democratic teacher in reasonably good proportion with authoritative teaching. He further advised all the teachers to be unpredictable in terms of bringing, surprising and interesting study material and information to the classroom.

Ms. Shikha Gautam told the teachers to be more positive in the classroom and to let the children have opportunity to write new words and latest information on classroom white board on daily basis.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her address thanked all the distinguished guests and the teachers who attended the workshop. She also expressed her heartfelt thanks to CBSE for organizing such an effective workshop in the premises of Delhi Public School Meerut. 

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Swimming Pool Classes 17.04.2017



SWIMMING CLASSES INAUGURATED AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT

                                                                                                                                                                          Date: 17-04-2017

On 17th April’17 swimming classes in the ultra modern swimming pool of the school have been inaugurated by Ms. Shashi Singh, Pro-vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut and Ms. Anumeha Singh.

 

On the occasion Ms. Savita Chadha, school Principal told everyone that swimming is both an exercise and a recreation in which one has to move in water thrashing on it with hands and paddling with legs without any exterior aid. She further remarked “Swimming is both an entertainment and quite helpful from point of health”. 

 

She encouraged students saying that sincere learning of lessons, regular practice using all major and minute techniques can enable students for not only national but also international competitions. Thence, they can make promising careers in the water sports like water polo, open water swimming, free style backstroke, butterfly etc.

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FUN WITH COLOURING ACTIVITY.



“FUN WITH COLOURING” ACTIVITY

                                                                                                                                                                          Date: 28-04-2017

Intra class “Fun with colouring” activity was conducted in class II on 28th Apr’ 2017. Approx 105 students participated whole heartedly with lot of enthusiasm to show their skills with colours in different innovative styles. The students were completely engrossed in their activity and gave their best.

The winners were:

First Position: Vani Agarwal of class II-B

Second position: Nidhi Rana of class II-B & Winnie Bhardwaj of class II-A

Third Position: Shagun of class II-A & Bhavya Kaushik of class II-B

Consolation Prize: Tanvi Jain & Bhumi yadav of class II-A

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IIT - JEE MAINS



                                    DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT PROVES METTLE IN JEE MAINS EXAM

                                                                                                                                                                       Date: 27-04-2017

When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence; Excellence becomes Reality 

27TH April’17 has been really a remarkable day for the school as our students showed spectacular performance in JEE Mains Entrance Exam. 32% of all who appeared from our school for JEE Mains Exam has qualified the Exam.

Their names are as follows:

  1. Pranav Maheshwari
  2. Anuj Bhatia
  3. Samyak Jain
  4. Kunal Bhatia
  5. Harshit Rastogi
  6. Purusharth Tyagi
  7. Pankaj Sharma
  8. Siddarth Agarwal
  9. Aadarsh Neeraj Singh
  10. Shivam Chawla
  11. Aashutosh Singh
  12. Rajesh Yadav
  13. Manak Chutani
  14. Surbhi Sharma

Quite elated with the appreciable performance of the students, The principal Mrs. Savita Chadha admired the teachers for guiding students so appropriately with lot of hard work. She extended her heartfelt congratulations to all the students and their parents for believing not only in prescribed syllabus but also referring to other reliable sources to gather information as much as possible.

“We have full faith in your ability. And that our students will do much better in future is our belief” said she.

School Admin

Hindi olympiad



DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT’S TALENTS SHINE IN HINDI OLYMPIAD

                                                                                                                                                                         Date:  21-04-2017

In the second level of Humming Birds Olympiad, the ever diligent students of our school registered their notable presence setting new and higher standards of excellence Vidhi Siddhu from class V won 8th position, Madhav Singhal from class V-10th position, Angel Malik from class VI – 10th position and Anushka Agarwal from class VI won 12th position (Nation-wide)    

 

Gold Medalists:

Apoorva V. Nayar – class III, Nirwani – class IV, Madhav Singhal & Vidhi Siddhu – class V, Angel Malik- class VI, Kiran Singhal-class VII, Khushi – class VIII and Nityam Jain – class IX.

Silver Medalists:

Arnav Notiyal & Avni Shehrawat- class III, Shushant Panwar – class IV, Himanshu Diggal – class V, Anushka Agarwal – class VI, Kavya Sharma – class VIII, and Manan Jain & Tanishq Tyagi – class IX.

Bronze Medalists:

Shristi Singhal – class III, Bhavya kumar Jain, Vaishnavi Goel & Pakshi Khewal – class IV, Anushka Dhankar, Shubhi Singhal & Vishuja – class V, Devansh, Keshav Goel, Mahi Agarwal & Yash jain – class VI, Muskan Rana – class VIII and Vikrant & Anushri Ahuja - class IX.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated all the winners and expressed her hope for better result in coming future. She further remarked “Earnestness, Hard Work, Perseverance and Delhi Public School, Meerut are the synonyms of each other”. Our students have always risen to the occasion proving the same.

School Admin

DOCTOR ON CALL



DPS MEERUT TAKES A CALL ON NUTRITION AND HEALTH

                                                                                                                                                                               Date: 04-04-2016

Today’s life style which is hectic and draining, attention to good health and food has taken back seat. This upsetting scenario results in many academic and health challenges. Attending to the same concern Delhi Public School, Meerut; under its annual medical program “Doctor on call” organized a Counseling session on identifying students with special needs in terms of good diet, academic boosters and required social skills. The Doctors and The Counselors from Medanta - The Medicity, (A world class hospital in Gurgaon) conducted the special workshop.

  The Tagore Hall of the school being packed to its capacity spoke volumes of immediacy of the concern and success of the session meant to help students, parents and teachers.

Senior nutritionist Praveena Anadaraman talked on healthy eating habits based on nutritive value for children. She educated everyone present on the “how much “and “how” intake of proteins and other nutrition.  In the session held by Ms. Manisha Jethwani (A senior psychological counselor), parents and teachers were guided to be watchful of developmental signs to notice in the child. The session ended for 45 minutes. She further held individual sessions with parents and students who were regressing academically; and prepared an informal respective assessment of the children.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the complete attendance of the parents and appealed to them to spare out time as much as possible for their children to ensure their good physical, mental and social health.

School Admin

Watermelon Party



WATERMELON PARTY

Date: 20-04-2017

Oh! With the temperature of 420C, one needs to keep oneself cool with drinking refreshing drinks and eating lots of juicy fruits. Watermelon is one of the sources for keeping cool and retaining water in the body. Thus, to make children learn more about this, A Watermelon Party was held at kindergarten section of Delhi Public School, Meerut on 20th April’17. Children were made to eat watermelon with toothpicks and were also told about the advantages of eating this fruit.

The seeds of fruits were pasted on paper cuttings of watermelon and were given as handouts. It was a refreshing and cool party for the kids.

School Admin

“EARTH DAY” WEEK LONG CELEBRATION” 29-04-17

Kindergarten section of Delhi Public School, Meerut organized week long activities to celebrate ‘Earth Day’ from 22nd to 29th April’17. Different activities like ‘Say No to Poly Bags, Tree Plantation Drive, Visit to Herbal Garden etc’ were organized for students to drill in the concept of environmental preservation. Students were made to realize that this Earth is a beautiful gift and it is their prime duty to be good caretakers of this Earth.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha motivated the students to plant more and more trees and enhanced their knowledge about various medicinal plants.

School Admin

“FUN WITH COLOURING” ACTIVITY 28-04-17

Intra class “Fun with Colours” activity was conducted in class II on 28th Apr’ 2017. Approx 105 students participated whole heartedly with lot of enthusiasm to show their skills with colours in different innovative styles. The students were completely engrossed in their activity and gave their best.

The winners were:

First Position: Vani Agarwal of class II-B

Second position: Nidhi Rana of class II-B & Winnie Bhardwaj of class II-A

Third Position: Shagun of class II-A & Bhavya Kaushik of class II-B

Consolation Prize: Tanvi Jain & Bhumi yadav of class II-A

School Admin

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT PROVES METTLE IN JEE MAINS EXAM 27-04-17

When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence; Excellence becomes Reality 

27TH April’17 has been really a remarkable day for the school as our students showed spectacular performance in JEE Mains Entrance Exam. 32% of all who appeared from our school for JEE Mains Exam have qualified the Exam.

Their names are as follows:

  1. Pranav Maheshwari
  2. Anuj Bhatia
  3. Samyak Jain
  4. Kunal Bhatia
  5. Harshit Rastogi
  6. Purusharth Tyagi
  7. Pankaj Sharma
  8. Siddarth Agarwal
  9. Aadarsh Neeraj Singh
  10. Shivam Chawla
  11. Aashutosh Singh
  12. Rajesh Yadav
  13. Manak Chutani
  14. Surbhi Sharma

Quite elated with the appreciable performance of the students, The principal Mrs. Savita Chadha admired the teachers for guiding students so appropriately with lot of hard work. She extended her heartfelt congratulations to all the students and their parents for believing not only in prescribed syllabus but also referring to other reliable sources to gather information as much as possible.

“We have full faith in your ability. And that you will do much better in future is our belief” said she.

School Admin

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT’S TALENTS SHINE IN HINDI OLYMPIAD 21-04-17

In the second level of Humming Birds Olympiad, the ever diligent students of our school registered their notable presence setting new and higher standards of excellence Vidhi Siddhu from class V won 8th position, Madhav Singhal from class V-10th position, Angel Malik from class VI – 10th position and Anushka Agarwal from class VI won 12th position (Nation-wide)    

 

Gold Medalists:

Apoorva V. Nayar – class III, Nirwani – class IV, Madhav Singhal & Vidhi Siddhu – class V, Angel Malik- class VI, Kiran Singhal-class VII, Khushi – class VIII and Nityam Jain – class IX.

Silver Medalists:

Arnav Notiyal & Avni Shehrawat- class III, Shushant Panwar – class IV, Himanshu Diggal – class V, Anushka Agarwal – class VI, Kavya Sharma – class VIII, and Manan Jain & Tanishq Tyagi – class IX.

Bronze Medalists:

Shristi Singhal – class III, Bhavya kumar Jain, Vaishnavi Goel & Pakshi Khewal – class IV, Anushka Dhankar, Shubhi Singhal & Vishuja – class V, Devansh, Keshav Goel, Mahi Agarwal & Yash jain – class VI, Muskan Rana – class VIII and Vikrant & Anushri Ahuja - class IX.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated all the winners and expressed her hope for better result in coming future. She further remarked “Earnestness, Hard Work, Perseverance and Delhi Public School, Meerut are the synonyms of each other”. Our students have always risen to the occasion proving the same.

School Admin

WATERMELON PARTY 20-04-17

Oh! With the temperature of 420C, one needs to keep oneself cool with  refreshing drinks and eating lots of juicy fruits. Watermelon is one of the sources for keeping cool and retaining water in the body. Thus, to make children learn more about this, A Watermelon Party was held at kindergarten section of Delhi Public School, Meerut on 20th April’17. Children were made to eat watermelon with fruit-picks and were also told about the advantages of eating this fruit.

The seeds of fruits were pasted on paper cuttings of watermelon and were given as handouts. It was a refreshing and cool party for the kids.

School Admin

SWIMMING CLASSES INAUGURATED AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT 17-04-17

On 17th April’17  the ultra modern swimming pool of the school was inaugurated by Ms. Shashi Singh, Pro-vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut and Ms. Anumeha Singh.

 

On the occasion Ms. Savita Chadha, school Principal told everyone that swimming is both an exercise and a recreation in which one has to move in water thrashing on it with hands and paddling with legs without any exterior aid. She further remarked “Swimming is both an entertainment and quite helpful from point of health”. 

 

She encouraged students saying that sincere learning of lessons, regular practice using all major and minute techniques can enable students for not only national but also international competitions. Thence, they can make promising careers in the water sports like water polo, open water swimming, free style backstroke, butterfly etc.

School Admin

BAISAKHI CELEBRATION AND AMBEDKAR JAYANTI 13-04-17

Baisakhi is one of the most popular festivals celebrated in the vibrant state of Punjab. On 13th April 2017, the tiny tots of DPS celebrated it with exuberance and gaiety. They pasted sticks of wheat in their scrap books to make the scene of a field. It was an effort to make  kids aware of this festival, the festival of crops.

To celebrate the 126th birthday of our Father of the Constitution, Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, the students of class prep were given a fact sheet on this eminent personality. It was a new image for them to store in their album of pictures.

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DPS MEERUT TAKES A CALL ON NUTRITION AND HEALTH 04-04-17

Today’s life style which is hectic and draining, attention to good health and food has taken back seat. This upsetting scenario results in many academic and health challenges. Attending to the same concern Delhi Public School, Meerut; under its annual medical program “Doctor on call” organized a Counseling session on identifying students with special needs in terms of good diet, academic boosters and required social skills. The Doctors and The Counselors from Medanta - The Medicity, (A world class hospital in Gurgaon) conducted the special workshop.

  The Tagore Hall of the school being packed to its capacity spoke volumes of immediacy of the concern and success of the session meant to help students, parents and teachers.

Senior nutritionist Praveena Anadaraman talked on healthy eating habits based on nutritive value for children. She educated everyone present on the “how much “and “how” intake of proteins and other nutrition.  In the session held by Ms. Manisha Jethwani (A senior psychological counselor), parents and teachers were guided to be watchful of developmental signs to notice in the child. The session ended for 45 minutes. She further held individual sessions with parents and students who were regressing academically; and prepared an informal respective assessment of the children.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the complete attendance of the parents and appealed to them to spare out time as much as possible for their children to ensure their good physical, mental and social health.

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Parents Orientation Programme at Delhi Public School, Meerut 31-03-2017

Date: 31-03-2017

With the onset of the new academic session 2017-18 a special Parents Orientation Programme was organized for the parents of students from class Pre Nursery to II at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 31-03-2017.

Multitudes of parents with intelligent queries seeking information about the school system, infrastructure, teachers & class representatives were present. The programme started with the formal welcome of all the parents.

The psychologist and counselor Ms. Manisha Jaithwani from Doctor on Call, Medanta the Medicity Gurugram during the interactive session, told the parents about physical, dressing, mental, behavioral and psychological make-ups and requirements of the children.

The Nutritionist Ms. Shipra Sahgal Chabra counseled parents on complete nutrition and its function in body. The interesting presentation given by her were quite appreciated by the parents as she devised many ways of making children’s fancy foods full of nutritious values. 

She emphasized on spending quality time with children which can help them earning their own identity, individuality and self importance as children of their parents.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her formal address educated parents and teachers on “Pleasure of Parenting and Teaching” and gave them appropriate guidelines. She also spoke about the revival of brand value which all the parents have confided, in high esteem. She further said that Delhi Public School, Meerut doesn’t only look at a child performance in terms of marks but also ensures that he lives his schooling with friends and teachers.

The programme got concluded with the formal introduction of class representatives to the parents.

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Parents Orientation Programme at Delhi Public School, Meerut 30-03-2017

With the onset of the new academic session 2017-18 a special Parents Orientation Programme was organized for the parents of students from class III to V at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 30-03-2017.

Multitudes of parents with intelligent queries seeking information about the school system, infrastructure, teachers & class representatives were present. The programme started with the formal welcome of all the parents.

The psychologist and counselor Ms. Manisha Jaithwani from Doctor on Call, Medanta the Medicity Gurugram during the interactive session, told the parents about physical, dressing, mental, behavioral and psychological make-ups and requirements of the children.

She emphasized on spending quality time with children which can help them earning their own identity, individuality and self importance as children of their parents.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her formal address educated parents and teachers on “Pleasure of Parenting and Teaching” and gave them appropriate guidelines. She also spoke about the revival of brand value which all the parents have confided, in high esteem. She further said that Delhi Public School, Meerut doesn’t only look at a child performance in terms of marks but also ensures that he lives his schooling with friends and teachers.

The programme got concluded with the formal introduction of class representatives to the parents.

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Workshop on “How to indentify students with special needs 03-03-17

Childhood is the most sensitive stage of life wherein children need special attention from home as well as school. To help the teachers understand better and how to deal with students having special need a workshop was conducted at DPS Meerut on 06th March’17 by one of the best counselors of Doctor on Call, Dr. Manisha Jethwani. She has guided the teachers about how to identify and handle the students with special needs. It was an interactive and full of learning session for all the teachers from classes Pre-Nursery to II.

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ADIT KHOKAR FROM DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT BRINGS PRIDE TO MEERUT AND UTTAR PRADESH IN NSAJS EXAM

The second Level of NSEJS 2016-17 (NATIONAL STANDARD EXAMINATION IN JUNIOR SCIENCE) exam was organized under the Indian Association of Physics Teachers on 28th Jan 2017. 32 thousand students from all over the Uttar Pradesh participated in it. Adit Khokar from class X registered his competitive worth in the most difficult category of 1 %. He not only brought laurels to the school but also proved himself as an efficacious school brand ambassador. In this tough competition with the participation of 118 schools, Adit Khokar rising to the occasion proved the school’s principle of “As words so work”.

Proud and elated with the remarkable success, the Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha admired the teachers for guiding students so appropriately with lot of hard work. She extended her heartfelt congratulations to all the students and their parents for believing not only in prescribed syllabus but also referring to other reliable sources to gather information as much as possible.

“We have full faith in our brilliant academic heroes and we are proud of them” said she happily.

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT PROVES METTLE IN NTSE EXAM 01-03-17

1st march 2017 has been really a remarkable day for the school as our students showed spectacular performance. 8 examinees, i.e. around 25% of all  who appeared from our school qualified the exam with flying colors. They are as follows

  • Vidita Sharma
  • Sanyam Goel
  • Akshat Gupta
  • Adit Khokar
  • Arjun Singh Tyagi
  • Aryan Pratap Singh
  • Ayush Goel
  • Aman Agarwal

Quite elated with the appreciable performance of the students, The principal Mrs. Savita Chadha admired the teachers for guiding students so appropriately with lot of hard work. She extended her heartfelt congratulations to all the students and their parents for believing not only in prescribed syllabus but also referring to other reliable sources to gather information as much as possible.

“We have full faith in your ability. And that our students will do much better in future is our belief” said she.  

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12th Class Students Seek Almighty’s Blessings 28-02-17

Regarding one of the religious customs of Delhi Public School, Meerut a grand Yagya was done. Wherein all the students from class XII participated and by enchanting the Saraswati Shlokas and pray to God the bless them with success in the coming board examination. Through the Sanskrit verses spoken in chorus, they thanked God & Teachers.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha and many teachers also participated in “Hawan”. The Students took the principal’s and their teachers’ blessings. The principal blessed all the students and told them to have full conviction in themselves and do their best and leave the rest as per Shrimad Bhagavad Geeta.       

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Little Champs Intra Class Dance Competition 21-02-17

Little Champs Intra Class Dance Competition was organised on

21-Feb-2016  for Class II in Delhi Public School Meerut.

Students performed enthusiastically and showed their talent

by using different innovative dancing forms. The surroundings

of the Campus were vibrant with the beautiful dancing steps.

It was a tough competition and difficult for the judges to decide

the winner.

The winners were:

First Position: Dhruv Arora of class II A

Second Position: Gurmehar Kaur & Anya Choudhary of class IIB

Third Position: Kiyara Paliwal of class II B

Consolation: Arjun Singh of class II D, Kritika Sarpal of class II C, Pehal Bhatia, Adhiraj Singh & Jiya Srivastava of Class II A

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Farewell in Delhi Public School Meerut: 15th Feb’ 2017

Go Confidently

In the Direction

Of your Dreams!

Live the Life

You’ve Imagined

 

A memorable farewell marked the end of academic session 2016-17 at Delhi Public School Meerut on 15th Feb’17. The students of class XI as well as the teaching faculty were present to applaud and bid adieu to the students of class XII.

The host’s were all ready to receive their beloved guests. They were welcomed by the students of Class XI in a traditional style. It was then followed by a variety of entertaining programmes by the students of Class XI. They orchestrated an enviable talent of singers and dancers. A wonderful presentation by syntech club was the chief attraction of the day. Class XII students on the other hand were all attired for the coveted titles. After a keen contest, the honors went to Gunjan Parashar (Miss.DPS), Rakshit Mittal (Mr.DPS), Vandita Jain (Miss Farewell) and Aditya Bhardwaj & Sahib Jeet Singh (Mr. Farewell). Besides this, few special titles like teacher’s pride, Mr. Popular, Mr.  & Ms. Humorous were also awarded to many other students.

The principal Mrs. Savita Chadha lent the occasion, the exquisite warmth with her gracious presence. In her motivational speech, she encouraged the students to achieve a whooping performance in the approaching board exams.

The farewell ended with vote of thanks proposed by Vandita Jain.

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A VISIT TO ARMY FATE 18-01-17

"Some goals are so worthy,

it's glorious even to fail".

                                                      Capt. Manoj Kumar Pandey

 

The learning atmosphere should be carefully designed to articulate essential condition to nurture the young minds & manner of the youth into upright & valuable members of the society. Keeping same thought in mind, 329 students of Delhi Public School, Meerut, grade VII & VIII visited ‘Army Fate’ under the able guidance and supervision of almost ten teachers. It was held in Kulwant Singh Stadium. Students aligned and boarded the buses at 11:00 am on Monday 16th Jan’17.

Children enjoyed alluring dance performances, gallant dog show and horse show. They also inspected the mobile operation theatre.

Verbiage knowledge was given to the students by the army officers & attendants as well.

Students were enthralled with full of patriotic fervour and pride while getting the hidden truths of artilleries, they also got knowledge about the role of artilleries during the historical war ‘Kargil’. Students learnt dedication, determination, perseverance and sacrifice through this educational cum entertainment trip. Vehemence was on top and students left for school at 01:30 pm with a zeal to serve their nation with heart & soul.

Students thanked the Principal to send them on firsthand knowledge about ‘Indian Army’.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha inspired the students to stand together to face each & every catastrophe with undaunted spirit and to stay firm in the condition of ambiguity.

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WORKSHOP ON NUTRITION & HEALTH FACTS 09-01-17

“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.  ”
                                                                                                                                        ― Thomas A. Edison

 

Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients & other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, health & disease of an organism.

A poor diet may cause health problems causing deficiency diseases, malnutrition obesity, metabolic syndrome, osteoporosis & cardiovascular disease.

Delhi Public School, Meerut conducted a workshop on nutrition & Health facts. In this innovative workshop Dr. Sangeeta Narayan spread the awareness about food & food constituents. She gave them knowledge about protein, vitamin, mineral fibers and their importance for mental & physical growth.

She also makes them aware about the manufacturing & expiry dates of the products.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha inspired the students to inculcate good eating habits in their daily routines. 

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Delhi Public School, Meerut won Gold Medal in CBSE National Skating Competition 03-01-17

Aryan Pratap Singh of DPS, Meerut crated new records by his wonderful performance in CBSE National Skating Championship organized at DAV International School, Amritsar from 29th December 2016 to 01st January 2017.

In this competition more than 680 skaters from different zones participated.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha congratulated the winner, Aryan Pratap Singh for this great achievement and wished him good luck for his bright future.     

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Amazing Recreational-Respite for Staff 30-12-16

Delhi Public School, Meerut organized a get together for all the teachers and staff members on 30 December’16. One of the most awaited day extended lot of opportunities to everyone to have a direct interaction with one another through lot of sports and fun activities.

The fun filled day teeming with lot of laughters and exchange of well beings has been a memorable day. Everyone could relive their prime. Standing Kho-Kho, Circle Race, Dishes and Dones and Tug of War were the games enjoyed by all.

Everyone like a family had delicious lunch wherein teachers brought home made food. Teachers admired one another’s culinary expertise. The event revived the strengths of sociability, dependability, team work and appreciated others amongst all. The whole staff wished each other a happy new year 2017.

During Antakshri, teachers sang lot of musical trills and frills, which was really refreshing.  The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the throughout participation of the teachers and told them to be positive towards life as Life is a wonderful gift and one should live it to the fullest.

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STATE GOVERNMENT FELICITATES DIPSITES 30-12-16

Under the social ideology of the state government, Students from classes X and XII of Delhi Public School were awarded with Lap-tops .The Samajwadi Parti congratulated the student for scoring 10 CGPA in Board exams. Muskan Jain, Shreyans Jain and Aditya Naresh brought laurels to the school. Hritik Bansal and Shaifali Jain made their parents and school proud by winning lap-tops.

Guiding students to the light, the Principal Mrs. Savtita Chadha motivated students to continue their extra-ordinary efforts and achieve all that they deserve. She appreciated the step of encouragement taken by the state government.

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HEALTH CHECK-UP CAMP AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT 26-12-16

Health is one of the cardinal and abiding element of every success, so the same has been our prime concern.

A Medical camp was organized at Delhi Public School Meerut on 26th Dec. 2016. The famous Health Care professionals examined students’ health and prepared individual extensive reports for school, teachers and parents as first hand elaborative health details for their knowledge. Dr. Anjali Sharma (Physician), Dr. Rahul Arora (Dentist) and Dr. Israr Ahmad (Ophthalmologist) were the team.

Dr. Anjali Sharma said, “Under this health check-up; General, Physical, Systematic and Dental Examination will be done”. Students were very excited to know the right ratio of their weight and height, exercises for healthy mind and more importantly how they should burn the extra calories.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha during her visit to the venue talked to the doctors and told students about the importance of good health in one’s life; as strong students make strong society and strong societies make strong nation.

This was a preliminary and clinical examination which was done on the students and is to be co related with specialist opinion and further investigation.   

 

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CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION : 24-12-16

“Dashing through the snow, on a one horse open sleigh, here comes the Santa to say “Merry Christmas” to all.”

On 24th Dec ’16, on Christmas Eve, the blooming flowers of Kindergarten celebrated “Christmas” with great zest and zeal. A melodious assembly was also conducted in the activity room where children offered prayers and lit candles near the Christmas trees. The teachers told them about the importance of this festival and how it is celebrated in different parts of the World. A lot of handouts were made according to the grades like Santa mask making, decorating the Christmas trees and colouring in pictures of Jesus Christ. The entire section was filled with happiness and joy because this festival is said to bring the same in everyone’s life.

 

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A Magic Show at Delhi Public School, Meerut 20-12-16

“The world is full of magical things,

patiently wait for our senses to grow sharper”

W.B. Yeats

 

On Tuesday 20th  December’16 Delhi Public School, Meerut invited an eminent magician, Mr. Amit Kumar Srivastava to surprise the children of the school with a magic show. Mr. Amit Kumar Srivastava have been associated with Red-Cross Society and with Sony TV. He have been performing  the magic shows for benevolent purposes.

Mr. Amit Kumar Srivastava performed cool tricks with great social messages. The magician involved few of the teacher & students in his tricks.

Students were perplexed by watching exotic tricks and the tricks were lashed one after the another. The whole magic show was significantly padded with recreation & social messages. The magician spread the message of patriotic fervor, awareness about girl foeticide  and deaddiction.

Children were luxuriated with magic show and they have a pleasant time.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha inspired the students with her enlighten words about how they can contribute towards the society to make their country feel proud of them.  

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Biscuit Toppings Activity 20-12-16

To arouse the taste buds with delicious recipe made by little hands, a “Biscuit Toppings” activity was held at kindergarten section of DPS, Meerut on 20 December2016.Children brought various ingredients like Oreo biscuits, Cadbury gems, Monaco biscuits etc. The teachers guided them step by step to make beautiful and mouth watering biscuit toppings; looking at them  one could not stop to taste them. This activity was conducted to help the beginners learn to make perfect snack without fire and even to create toppings of their choices as this snack is said to be the best finger food, so easy, tempting and quick to prepare.

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Christmas Activity 19-12-16

Christmas activity was conducted in class II on 19-Dec-2016.Students brought creative art material and decorated Christmas tree in their own innovative styles. They were full of enthusiasm and zest throughout the activity. It was an initiative to make students sensitized towards different religious festivals. The feel of the upcoming festival was very well reflected in the surroundings of the school premises.

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Let’s Salute Our Community Helpers

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A community helper can be defined as any professional who helps in the overall health and well-being of the community. Besides teachers, doctors, nurses and police; community helpers also include dentists, construction workers and even grocery store workers. To make the beginners familiar with the term “Community helpers” and what types of jobs fall under this term, an activity was conducted at Pre-Primary section of DPS, Meerut on 9 Dec’ 2016. Guards, gardeners, maids, drivers were welcomed by the children in the activity Hall. Teachers introduced them to the children and told the services they provide us. The activity was organized keeping in mind to make the learners understand basic concepts of dependability and how families and communities work, together to meet their basic needs and wants.

Children were also encouraged by the Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha to respect all the community helpers.

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SCHOOL CARNIVAL AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MEERUT 26-11-16

The gaily glad children enjoyed the much awaited carnival, hosted by Delhi Public School, Meerut which finally unfolded on 26 November 2016. The carnival was inaugurated by the Mrs. Shashi Singh, Pro-Vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut and Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut. The day was indeed a fun filled one with mouth full of eats, games, exciting prizes and above all a gala time with friends and dear ones.

The celebration offered a wide range of entertainment, creativity and art & craft to experience. Games stalls included Dancing Ball, Cricket with Hanging Ball, Wear & Win, Spin the Bottle, Pick and Perform, Guess the Ad, Pyramid Puzzle, Pick and Droop, Water Glass with Ball, Bangles with Dice, Game Show, Light the Candle, Rock N Roll, Make your Word play stations and many more. Besides this there was an array of mouth watering eateries beckoning the crowd. Burger Street and Dominos need special mention as they were the crowd pullers. To top it all was the latest foot tapping numbers played by the DJ stall where the students danced till they were out of their breath and amongst  the little ones most popular were the exciting and thrilling rides.

“This Annual Cultural Festivity is eagerly awaited not only by our children but also by us because the carnival proves to be a wonderful reunion with our old friends who visit here with their children.” said one of the parents.

The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, spoke in high esteem of the endeavours of the staff and students in making this carnival a huge success. She said “Such events help children learn the importance of togetherness and belongingness”. “One reason why we organise carnival is that a carnival has lot of different elements that need to be in sync. Looking for creative and enthusiastic parents, recruiting volunteer leaders and managing food, games and logistics teach everyone coordination and dependability”. She further added.    

The carnival was really a memorable hit with a large number of students and parents which provided the school community with a fantastic opportunity to have fun, share the excitement with family and friends and to feel proud of the schools escalating performances.

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CLOSING CEREMONY OF INTER – DPS NATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) – 2016 20-11-16

Inter – DPS National Athletic Meet Boys (Open) - 2016 finally closed out, on 20th November 2016 after three days of amazing sporting actions. The final action in the grand Closing Ceremony included some amazing performers participants, singers and dancers.

Mr. Ranber Singh (Regional Officer, CBSE Dehradun) was the Chief Guest for the ceremony. Dr. D.R. Saini (Director, DPS Society, New Delhi) was the distinguished Special Guest. Ms. Shashi Singh (Pro-Vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut), Mr. Atul Kumar Singh (Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut) and Ms. Anumeha Singh also graced the occasion.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha extended a cordial floral welcome to the Chief Guest and presented a souvenir to him. Mr. Atul Kumar Singh presented a shawl to him. There after the Principal extended an equally warm floral welcome to Ms. Shashi Singh, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh and Ms. Anumeha Singh. Mr. Ranber Singh during his formal address urged everybody to lay a special emphasis on learning Indian culture along with international language and trends. He also thanked all the parents to repose their utmost sincere trust in CBSE.

The School Coir presented a melodious song in the welcome of distinguished guests. The Punjabi Bhangra Dance performance was really spell-binding.

Dr. D.R. Saini during his address educated everyone on values, hard work and the biggest bond that CBSE shares through National Meets and Sports Clusters. The Principal during her address thanked all the principals, coaches, participants and her team for making the event happen. She also expressed her gratitude to DPS Society.

A two minutes silence was observed in the memory of our beloved Founder Chairman Late. Shri M.P. Singh. All the distinguished guests paid their heartfelt tribute to Late. Shri M.P. Singh. The Silver Shiny Rolling Trophy was given to both DPS, Bokaro Steel City and DPS, Faridabad, Sector-19. Ms. Shashi Singh and Mr. Atul Kumar Singh gave cheque of Rs. 1, 21,000/- (One Lac Twenty One Thousand) cash to each team respectively. The Prize money has been given by Chairperson Ms. Shashi Singh, Managing Trustee Mr. Atul Kumar Singh and Ms. Anemeha Singh (M.P. Singh Foundation) which will now be the annual feature of the Delhi Public School Society. The Runners up Trophy was awarded to DPS Dubai and DPS Durg and the Trophy for second runners up was given to DPS Aligarh, DPS Bhilai and DPS Greater Noida. The Trophy for best athlete was given to Ch. Palendra Kumar (DPS, Aligarh) who made a new record and emerged as the fastest runner of the meet.

The third day game produced memorable performances in the exhilarating sports. There were sporting triumphs that thrilled spectators watching the action of different matches on the grounds. In finals of Event 2- Boys 200m Run Ch. Palendra Kumar (DPS, Aligarh) bagged Gold Medal, Aman Tomar (DPS, Moradabad) got Silver Medal and Divyansh Mishra (DPS, Varanasi) won Bronze Medal.

In finals of Event 5 – Boys 1500m Run Raman Dhamu (DPS, Panipat Refinery) won Gold Medal, Muhammad Rayyan Rashid (DPS, Dubai) bagged Silver Medal and Anurag Kumar (DPS, Bokaro Steel City) won Bronze Medal.

In finals of Event 10 – Boys 4X100 Relay DPS, Bhilai won Gold Medal, DPS, Dubai bagged Silver Medal and DPS, Sector-19 Faridabad got Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 11 – Boys 4X400 Relay  DPS, Bokaro Steel City won Gold Medal, DPS Azaad Nagar Kanpur bagged Silver Medal and DPS Siliguri West Bengal won Bronze Medal.

Ms. Shashi Singh, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Ms. Anumeha Singh and the principal Ms. Savita Chadha with all distinguished guests felicitated the winners of the events by giving away medals and certificates to them. Mr. Ranber Singh lowered the sports flag and announced the meet close. Nipun Bhatia (Sports Secretary, DPS Meerut) proposed the vote of thanks.

Delhi Public School lived up to its friendly reputation and proved to be a warm, generous and enthusiastic host.

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SPORTS COMMUNIQUE- DAY-2 MEDAL CEREMONY 19-11-16

On the second day of the event, Delhi Public School set out well to deliver an outstanding athlete centered and Sport focused games. The bright shiny morning boosted the players to go the whole hog to deliver their best.

Major Rakesh Sharma (Shaurya Chakra Awardee) was the Chief Guest for the Medal Ceremony. Ms. Shashi Singh (Pro-Vice Chairperson, Delhi Public School, Meerut), Mr. Atul Kumar Singh (Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut) and Ms. Anumeha Singh also graced the occasion.

The Principal Ms.  Savita Chadha extended a heartfelt floral welcome to the distinguished Chief Guest and Mr. Atul Kumar Singh presented a shawl to him. There after the Principal extended an equally warm floral welcome to Ms. Shashi Singh, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh and Ms. Anumeha Singh.

Major Rakesh Sharma during his address urged all the participants to have full conviction in themselves as nothing can beat one except one’s own self. The Principal during her address advised all the participants to raise the bar of excellence constantly and throw their influences far and wide so that they emerge as effective leaders.   

The school coir serenaded a melodious and motivational song in the welcome of the esteemed guests. Beautiful semi classical dance enthralled everyone. The contemporary dance was hugely appreciated by the audience.

The Military Band with the melodious bagpipers added a melodious grandeur to the whole sports environment. 

The second day game produced memorable performances in the exhilarating sports. There were sporting triumphs that thrilled spectators watching the exhilarating action.

In the finals of Event 1 Boys 100m run Ch. Palendra Kumar (DPS, Aligarh) bagged Gold Medal, Arjun Sunil (DPS, Sharjah UAE) won Silver Medal and Emmanuel Paul (DPS, Vijaipur) got Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 3 Boys 400m run Anand Bainsla (DPS, Faridabad Sector-19) bagged Gold Medal, Yash Beriwal (DPS, Ruby Park Kolkata) won Silver Medal and Dheeraj Kumar Mahto (DPS, Bokaro Steel City) won Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 7 Boys Long Jump Altamas Malik (DPS, Nigahi) won Gold Medal, Divesh (DPS, Bhiwani-Haryana) bagged Silver Medal and Affan Khan (DPS, Aligarh) got Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 10 Boys 4X100m relay DPS, Bhilai bagged Gold Medal, DPS, Dubai won Silver Medal and DPS, Faridabad Sector-19 won Bronze Medal.

In the finals of Event 9 Boys Discus Throw Munish Kant Malhotra (DPS, Durg) won Gold Medal, Siddharth Yadav (DPS, Greater Noida) got Silver Medal and Aditya Chauhan (DPS, Rajnagar) bagged Bronze Medal.

Major Rakesh Sharma, Ms. Shashi Singh, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Ms. Anumeha Singh and the Principal Ms.  Savita Chadha felicitated the winners of the events by giving away medals and certificates to them.

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GRAND OPENING OF INTER DPS NATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET BOYS (OPEN) -2016 AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT 18-11-16

The opening ceremony of Inter DPS National Athletic Meet Boys (Open) -2016 was held at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 18th November 2016. The ceremony showed a perfect combination of sports tradition with latest innovations. The Mega Event exhibited the pinnacle of national athletics in which 600 participants from 60 schools including DPS Dubai and DPS Sharjah participated.

To grace the National Event, Mr. Mukesh Kumar, ADM Meerut was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. Dr. D. R. Saini, Director DPS Society New Delhi and Mr. Karmender Singh, Principal Kalka Public School, Meerut were the Special Guests for the ceremony. Ms. Shashi Singh, the Pro-vice Chairperson Delhi Public School Meerut, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager Delhi Public School Meerut and Mrs. Anumeha Singh also graced the occasion. Mr. Atul welcomed the Chief Guest by presenting him a shawl and a bouquet. Mrs. Savita Chadha, Principal Delhi Public School extended a floral welcome to all the Distinguished Special Guests

During his address Mr. Mukesh Singh motivated and inspire the students that how sports influence all spheres of their lives. Dr. Saini during his address broke a wonderful news to all the DPS sports fraternity that DPS Society has decided to organise DPS Olympics under the aegis of DPS Society from the next year at some nationally recognized venue in the capital . DPS Society has released Rs. Two Crores to better the sports fraternity of Delhi Public Schools with regard to training and equipments.  He also advised all the coaches, officials and the participants to play with truthfulness in which actually, lies the beauty of the sports. Dr. Saini also extended a heart-felt and poignant tribute to our beloved founder Late Shri M.P Singh by pronouncing his (Mr. M.P Singh’s) mission and vision.

Mrs. Shashi Singh, Pro-Vice Chairperson during her address announced that in the memory of the Founder Chairman, Late Shri M.P. Singh, the winner of the Rolling Trophy of this National Meet will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs 1,21,000/-  by M.P. Singh foundation and there after she wished all of the teams best luck with best efforts.

 The Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address proudly reiterated the names of the iconic sports personalities like Deepa Malik and the flying Sikh Milka Singh. She further said “This life is an arena and each of us has to touch the finishing line and then proudly rejoice our footprints on the ground.”

The ceremony kicked off with the splendid march past by the students representing their schools followed by the release of pigeons and colorful balloons by Mr Atul Singh. This tradition symbolizes freedom and height of efforts. After that Mr. Mukesh Kumar and the other dignitaries present hoisted the sports flag and Mr. Atul Kumar announced the official start of the game. The March Past was loudly cheered by those who attended the ceremony. The performance by the Military Band and the mellow choir by the school band was terrific feast to the eyes. The attires of the dances looked as if the blue horizon was dancing with the snow covered beautiful earth amidst the stars of melody .The Tribal dance with the theme of equality and empowerment of women was really heart moving and therefore earned thunderous of cheers and claps from everyone. Effervescent performances given by the vivacious sportsmen throbbed the grounds receiving lot of appreciation for their superbly breathtaking performances. The sweet sweat shed by the players enthralled everyone.

In Event 6 -Boys High Jump, Akshat Pandey (DPS Greater Noida) bagged the glorious Gold Medal, Abhay Yadav (DPS Gwalior) won Silver Medal and Muhammad Anas (DPS Dubai) won Bronze Medal

In Event 8-Boys Shot Put, Munish Kant Malh (DPS Durg) won Gold Medal, Priyank Bhokar (DPS Panipat City) got Silver Medal and the Bronze Medal was bagged by Siddharth Yadav (DPS Greater Noida).

In Event 4 – Boys 800m run, Dhiraj Kumar Matho (DPS, Bokaro Steel City) won Gold Medal, Anand Bainsla (DPS, Sector-19, Faridabad) got Silver Medal and Raman Dhamu (DPS, Panipat Refinery) won Bronze Medal.

 

This National Meet is being live telecast on our school website - www.dpsmeerut.in.  

 In the evening a cultural programme was presented by the students and the teachers of the host school for all the valued guests from 60 schools. The programme not only entertained the players but also helped them revive their energies for the performances on the next day.

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Workshop on Excellence in School Education - 05-11-16

Teachers very often come across a dilemma of following professional excellence going parallel with values based excellence. There for finds difficult to find simplicity in things, which is one of the traits of human nature. Thinking this as one of the prime concerns, Delhi Public School Meerut organized a workshop on excellence in school education on 05-11-2016.

The resource person and the mentor was Dr. Harish Chaudhary, an international counselor on human relationship and improvements in trust building for a better human society. Dr. Chaudhary made this workshop a memorable experience by sharing his wonderful international experiences.

Ms. Shashi Singh the Pro-Vice Chairperson, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut also graced the occasion with their benign presence. Mr. Atul Kumar Singh narrated an inspiring incident to everyone present.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha thanked Dr. Harish Chaudhary for blessing all of us by given a special talk on motivation. The workshop concluded with the rendition of the national anthem.         

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Shri M.P. Singh Memorial Inter School Spectrum of Events – 2016 05-11-16

Late Shri M.P. Singh, the founder of Delhi Public School Meerut always had children close to his heart. His love for children and childhood was boundless. In the fond memory of the father of the Institute; Delhi Public School Meerut organized an Inter School Spectrum of Events on 05-11-2016. Many reputed Schools of Meerut participated in this event. The Spectrum of Events had many competitions for class I to XI like Art & Craft, Grammar Gorillas, Cradle To Cradle, Life’o Script, Replicating Wonders of Nature, One Act Play, Folk Fashion Show, Lyrical Canvas, Ad-Act and Junk Yard War. 10 Sub-venues were into full action with lot of spontaneity and creativity of students. Students and the escorting teachers were quite excited to see the novelty of the ideas for the events. The Valedictory Ceremony was organized in Tagore Hall which commenced soon after the competition at 12:00 Noon. Ms. Shashi Singh the Pro-Vice Chairperson, Mr. Atul Kumar Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School Meerut and Ms. Anumeha Singh graced the occasion with their benign presence. During the ceremony when the audience was told about the mission and vision of our beloved founder, everyone especially children gave a very sincere and intelligent listening to all that was pronounced.

The School Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed everyone and thanked all the schools for their throughout participation. She told everyone that the Spectrum of Events will be the annual custom of the school for the revival of all the teachings and strength that Shri M.P.Singh has imparted to all of us.      

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Hindi Partiyogita - 04-11-16

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TRIP To ‘TEENMURTI BHAWAN & PLANETARIUM’ 27-10-16

An Educational trip was organised to ‘Teenmurti Bhawan’ and Nehru Planetarium for the students of class-III & IV on 26 October 2016. The students were accompanied by five teachers. Students visited Nehru planetarium where they saw how days and night are caused, gravitational effect, history of universe and about explorers of space. The students also visited Sky Theatre where they saw how planets came into existence in the solar system. Then they went to Teenmurti Bhawan which was also known as Prime Minister’s house. There students came to know about the life history of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. At last students visited Indraprastha Park where they took their lunch. Students enjoyed a lot there.

It was an amazing and wonderful trip with lots of learning experience.

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GALA ALUMNI MEET 2016 27-10-16

The Alumni Meet was organized by Delhi Public School Meerut on 27th Oct.’16. Around 200 Alumni were present.

The invocation lighting lamp was graced by the Principal, Ms. Sativa Chadha. The program propelled further with enthralling musical performances by the school band. The whole ambience reflected heartfelt exaltation. Alumni were welcomed by the Principal. After expressing the gratitude to school, the Alumni went round the school and appreciated the new development in terms of new constructions and additions like Tennis Court, Sports sub-venues, Language Labs etc. Many Alumni shared their experiences how the school has helped and equipped them with professional cutting edge. This diverse community of Alumni was really an interactive platform.

The under currents of happy conversations during refreshments were pleasure for all.

The Principal during her address briefed the latest advancements of the school in field of education. She further expressed her thanks to all the Alumni as these gatherings also give a second chance to renew forgotten relationship amongst peers, juniors and above all teachers. She wished everyone fair winds and good speed.            

Alumni Meet of this kind is not only a social get to gather but also a medium to change the future story of students who will pass out over the coming years.

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CBSE CLUSTER NORTH ZONE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP 2016 26-10-16

12 Students of DPS, Meerut participated in CBSE cluster north zone skating championship 2016 organised by JBM Global School, Noida from  21 Oct. 2016 to 23 Oct. 2016. More than 55 schools participated in the event. The skaters displayed a good show of speed and balance. The bright day commenced with the address of Dr. Upma Arora, Principal of JBM Global School. She boosted the morale of each participant. DPS Meerut won  3 Gold, 2 Silver and 2 Bronze medal in different categories.

Name                            Age Group                Events              Categories                       Position

Ujjwal Yadav                 Under 16                   Quads               300 m                                            Bronze

Ujjwal  Yadav                Under 16                   Quads               500 m                                               Gold

Aryan Pratap Singh       Under 16                   Inline                300 m                                               Gold

Aryan Pratap Singh       Under 16                   Inline                1000 m                                Gold

Abhishek Arora              Under 16                     Quads                  1000 m                                   Silver

Ayush V                           Under 14                      Inline                   300m                                    Silver

Saksham Vig                   Under 12                  Quads                 300 m                                             Bronze

Rudraksh Sindhav         Under 12                   Inline                  500 m                                 4th Rank

Kanishka Bansal            Under 14                   Quads                 300 m                                 4th Rank

 

The Closing and the Medal Ceremony was conducted by Ms. Nalini Bahl.  Students from DPS Meerut played extremely well and experienced new heights. The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the students for this wonderful victory.

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Buying and Selling Activity 26-10-16

“Buying and Selling” activity was conducted in all sections of class II on 26-Oct-2016. Students were told to bring dummy money given in their Maths book in a small pouch. They were taken to the activity room where they played role of a buyer and a seller for the conceptual understanding of the topic ‘Money’. Entire activity was conducted using dummy fruits, vegetables and a shop counter. It was a wonderful learning experience for the students.

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Workshop on Traffic Safety and Rules 25-10-16

According to a recently conducted survey by WHO Uttar Pradesh Ranks Seventh amongst all the states in terms of death caused by road accidents.

The School is the place where children learn the basic lessons of life and gain wisdom. Hence there could be no better place than the school to create awareness among children about the road safety norms, as these things learnt in the initial years of life become a habit in their later years.

Thinking safety as one of the prime concern a workshop on traffic safety and rules was organised by Delhi Public School Meerut on 25th Oct. 2016. From the traffic department T.S.I. Mr. Santosh Kumar with his subordinate Mr. Mohd. Saleem educated students and teachers on the importance of obeying traffic rules. The Video documentary shown on accident prone areas with likelyhood of accidents due to negligence and speed was really efficacious. The students were told that following safety rules means saving precious life.      

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed and thanked all the resource persons. During her address she told all the students not to fret or feel bad while coming across the traffic policemen on roads infact they should listen to them as good friends.

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Rangoli/Bandhanwar making 25-10-16

Logic will take you from A to B

Imagination will take you everywhere.”

  • Einstein

 

Students involved  in extra  curricular activities are more likely to become leaders, more willing to explore social , political and career interest. They  gain experience  in different areas that will enhance  their  knowledge.

Keeping  the same idea in mind students  of classVIIIDPS Meerut took part in the activity  which was held in school premises on 25 October  16.

Each  and every  Student enrolled  his /her participation.Classes  were  divided  into groups to perform  this  activity.

Congruent efforts of students  excelled to perfection.  They decorated  Rangoli  with  flower  petals, coloured  rice ,flour andeco-friendly colours

They reflected  their imaginations by making  beautiful  designs and unfolded  their  creativity  by making bandhanwas depicting their aesthetic  talents.

The affinity  and charm was observed  through  their remarkable  charismatic  designs.

The Principal  Ms Savita Chadha herself observed the activity  and told the children  the importance  of discipline  in team work.

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HINDI – OUR SOUL! OUR IDENTITY 25-10-16

Hindi Diwas was celebrated by Delhi Public School, Meerut on 25.10.2016. Students from classes III to X participated in the programme which started with lighting of lamp. The renowned humorist and satirist Dr. Syyed Azazuddin Shah (Popular Meeruti) was the chief guest who has attained International recognition for his extensive humor and satire. He has always touched human hearts with his fragrant literature. There is no country in Asia where he has not registered his noticeable presence. He has also brought laurels to Indian culture with his wonderful performance in Australia.

The principal, Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed the chief guest with bouquet. Children recited  patriotic and humorous poems. The students won huge appreciation by presenting street play (Nukkad Natak) on the theme “Preservation of environment”. The culture programme and the group song was indeed a feast to the eyes and ears. He encouraged children for their love to their National language. The venue echoed with thunder of claps.

Let’s not change pronunciations of Indian proper nouns in to any foreign language.

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North Zone-III Inter DPS Basket Ball Tournament Girls (Open)-2016 24-10-2016

12 Students from DPS Meerut participated in North Zone-III Inter DPS Basket Ball Tournament Girls (Open)-2016 organized at DPS Ranipur, Haridwar from 21st Oct. to 23rd Oct. 2016. More than 10 schools participated in the event.

On second day students from DPS Meerut won the league match against DPS Bareilly.

Students came back with a learning experience to do their best in the forthcoming events.

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20th ALL INDIA KUMAR SURENDRA SINGH INTER SCHOOL SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP 22-10-2016

20th All India Kumar Surendra Singh Inter School Shooting Championship was organized by National Rifle Association of India in Asansol city in West Bengal from 16th Oct.2016 to 22nd Oct.2016. More than 1500 students participated in this championship. Sarthak Bhardwaj of class IX-A from Delhi Public School, Meerut played in sub junior category of 10 metre Air rifle shooting. He scored 382/400 in the category of Under-15 (boys) and bagged Gold Medal. The Principal Savita Chadha congratulated the winner and his parents on this occasion.

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North Zone-III Inter DPS Basket Ball Tournament Girls (Open)-2016 23-10-16

12 Students from DPS Meerut participated in North Zone-III Inter DPS Basket Ball Tournament Girls (Open)-2016 organized at DPS Ranipur, Haridwar from 21st Oct. to 23rd Oct. 2016. More than 10 schools participated in the event.

On second day students from DPS Meerut won the league match against DPS Bareilly.

Students came back with a learning experience to do their best in the forthcoming events.

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SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY 2016- 20-10-16

Grand Felicitation of Grandeur

Develop strength in character and humility as you forge ahead. Never rest your oars”

                  Delhi Public School, Meerut organised the Scholar Badge Ceremony for senior students of classes IX to XI on 20th October 2016. The meritorious students received felicitation of magnificence for their special virtues and social skills.

 The Chief Guest of the ceremony was Dr. Amit Pathak (MBBS, DMRD) a renowned radiologist of Meerut. The ceremony started with the traditional lamp lighting, followed up by Saraswati Vandna. 257 students were escorted by their teachers to the place for the Ceremony. The documentary shown by the syntax club of the school on the theme “Sparkling Spirits” was really inspiring. Watching Deepa Malik and Devendra Singh as the examples of uber courage was really encouraging.

During his address Dr. Amit Pathak advised the students not to fall into any materialistic comparisons and try to be spiritually strong to rise to the higher levels of success and recognition. He, then, gave away badges and certificates to awardees.

                 The principal Mrs Savita Chadha addressed the august gathering and talked on being aware of the environment in which we grow. She further advised all the students and their parents to try to tune their minds to think out of the box, so that the collective effort of this tri-polar bond could be strengthened.

            The programme came to an end with the rendition of National Anthem.

            The academic sophistication intertwined with an admirable attitude and conduct goes parallel with Dipsites’ pursuit of excellence.

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EDUCATION WORLD CORONETS D.P.S MEERUT AS NO. ONE CO-EDUCATIONAL DAY SCHOOL

The joy of students, teachers and parents knew no bounds when Education world-The Human Development Magazine announced Delhi Public School Meerut as number one co-educational day school in Meerut for the year-2016. The present ongoing session is the fourth successive year that our school has won the top rank in Meerut. The thriving, vibrant teaching community with a distinct academic ambience has been the key factor that has backed school to be escalating to the new heights of recognition, trust and acceptance. The editor of the magazine Mr. Dilip Thakore says” The ranking awarded to the school is an undeniable evidence of its efforts in the direction of giving international standards, discipline and a vision to Meerut City.” Competence of faculty, Leadership/management quality, parental involvement, internationalism, value for money and community service are some of the parameters for the rank churning. One hundred and forty field personnel of Delhi based market research and opinion polls Company after interviewing 10301 respondents including educationists, principals parents of school going children have ascertained the rankings. “It is a great pride for us to be ranked no. one for the fourth successive year. D.P.S, Meerut is a student centric institution. I believe our rise in public esteem would not have been possible without our faculty ‘said the school Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha “We thank all the well informed respondents of the survey to have nominated us as No. One Co-Ed school in Meerut. We also thank all the parents for their laudable contribution to the school’s rising higher with regards to everything.” She further added. The News of excellence for the top notch performances in curricular and co- curricular domains have brought stronger spirits and enthusiasm to everyone at school. And our willingness to embrace new initiatives in teaching and learning as well as our openness to parental feedback will be more in to action and implementation.

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SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY 2016 - 18-10-16

“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure.”

                  Delhi Public School, Meerut organised the Scholar Badge Ceremony for Junior students on 18th October 2016. The meritorious students received grand felicitation for their special virtues and social skills.

 The Chief Guest of the ceremony was Col. Sanjay Kumar (Commanding Officer, 822 A.S.C. Battalion) and the Guest of Honour was Mr. Manoj Maheshwari, a young Entrepreneur. The ceremony started with the traditional lamp lighting, followed up by Saraswati Vandna. The documentary shown on the theme of the ceremony “Sparkling Spirits” that aimed to inspire everyone was worth watching. The show presented, won the lauds from all guests and parents.

During his address Col. Sanjay Kumar advised the students to be good human being to be successful professionals. He motivated them to work hard to succeed in every sphere of life.  

                 The principal Mrs Savita Chadha blessed the scholars and told them to keep their virtues alive. Sharing her valuable pearls of wisdom with the students she motivated them to have a right mix of excellence in sports as well as in academics which prepares them for the challenges of life they will face in the coming decades. She also inspired them to achieve their desirous goals which will help them to script the roadmap for the sunrise nation that they will create in the years to come.  

            The programme came to an end with the rendition of National Anthem.

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Adventure Camp 17-10-16

One day adventure camp was organised in DPS, Meerut on 14th Oct-2016.The event started with an enlightening addressal by the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha to boost the participants’ morale. She motivated them to join the camp and perform the activities carefully in a disciplined manner. She also told them to follow all the safety measures given by the instructors.Around 251 students from classes Pre-Nursery to II participated in it with great enthusiasm and zeal under the guidance of instructors of high repute and their teachers. It included many adventurous sports like Commando Net, Spout-Climbing, Tunnel Crawl, Zip line, Burma Bridge, Magical Maze, and Cross Fire etc. Students were also informed about different kinds of tents and trained about how to fix it and their used. Throughout the adventure camp the students faced many challenges, full of thrills and artificial dangers. The environment was so energetic that all the students were completely engrossed and did all the events confidently. It was a joyful and enriching experience for all the students.

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Story Telling Session 06-10-16

“Story Telling is the social & cultural activity of sharing stories, often with improvisation, theatrics or embellishment”.

To inculcate education, cultural preservation & moral values through entertainment Delhi Public School, Meerut organised a story telling session for the students of classes V & VI in the school premises. The session was conducted by Ms. Simmi Srivastava, the master story teller and founder director, Kathashala. She narrated an interesting story, putting together movement, creativity, knowledge, skills, experience, facial expressions etc. She also imparted the methodology of learning in an entertaining experiential and engaging way to make it more effective. She emphasized on character Building & Personality Development for students through designed curriculum & lesson plans.

Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha appreciated & thanked the Resource person for her innovative efforts and encouraged the students to focus on reading for effective learning and to become an efficient storyteller.

Overall it proved to be knowledgeable session that spread the awareness of “Unity is strength” and “Together we can and we will”.

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BOOK FAIR IN DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT CAMPUS 06-10-16

Delhi Public School, Meerut in collaboration with Scholastic Publication organized a three days “Book Fair” from 06th Oct’ 16 to 08th Oct’ 16. It gave a loud and clear message that Delhi Public School, Meerut believes in providing its students with holistic and informative Books to enrich their vocabulary and diction. The fair was inaugurated by the school Principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha, who wished that the students inculcate reading habits by reading various books available on different subjects.

A wide range of books from all disciplines of education was displayed, and fiction saw the greatest takers. It saw an overwhelming response from the students. The children enjoyed the fair and picked books varying from science to spooky stories; from puzzles to poems; and from fiction to facts. The teachers equally helped the children in selecting the books.

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Trip to Rail Museum, India Gate & I.P. Park 05-10-16

Learning through fun filled excursions has always been a popular pedagogy practiced by  Delhi Public School, Meerut. Keeping so in mind one day’s outdoor trip was organised on 05th October 2016 for the students of class III to Rail Museum, India Gate & I.P. Park.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha wished good luck to the children and encouraged them to minutely observe the great inventions of our country. First of all the children visited Children’s Park where they enjoyed various swings and joy rides, then they were taken to India Gate where they paid tribute to Amar Jawan Jyoti, All India War Memorial in the honor of the sacrifices by the Unknown Soldiers.

After that they were taken to Rail Museum where they were made aware about the history of trains, their different models, their inventions etc. They were also shown the different models of ancient ships, old coins, machines used for making tunnels etc. At last children were taken to I.P. Park and a healthy & a delicious lunch was provided to them.

Children returned back to the school at 05:00 p.m. and were handed over to the parents safely with unforgettable memories. It was a memorable outing for all.

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Trip to Kidzania 04-10-16

Learning through recreation has always been one of the most sought after pedagogies. Keeping so in mind a trip to kidzania (an amusement park) was organized on 4th Oct’ 16 for students of class II. Around 70 students accompanied by 4 teachers enjoyed this trip. Besides swings and fancy food, students were also given to understand how their favourite foods are manufactured like Frooti, Dominos, burgers, Parle-G biscuits etc. Students were also educated on safety measurements by understanding how to abide by-law and order. Students were also told the rules on personal hygiene. There were around 80 “Do it yourself” activities designed for the students which helped children to be well informed. Metropolitan Hospital, Bank, Zebra kitchen, Music studio, Dance, Fashion walk etc. were some of the attractions not only for the children but for all. The welcome dance by the host at kidzania was really enthralling. With the advent of the winters the trip organized for the children was enjoyed at par and will be a memorable event for all the students and staff members.

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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, MEERUT BAGS GOLD MEDAL IN SHOOTING 02-10-16

18th U.P State Inter school shooting championship was organized by Uttar Pradesh State Rifle Association in Jaunpur city in Uttar Pradesh from 28th Sep.2016 to 2nd Oct.2016. The opening ceremony was inaugurated by  Mr. Shyam Singh Yadav - President of U.P State Rifle Association. More than 450 students participated in this championship. Sarthak Bhardwaj of class IX-A from Delhi Public School, Meerut played in sub junior category of 10 metre Air rifle shooting. He scored 373/400 in the category of Under-15 (boys) and bagged Gold Medal. The Principal Savita Chadha congratulated the winner and his parents on this occasion.

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GANDHI & SHASTRI JAYANTI CELEBRATION -01-10-16)

“I LOVE MY COUNTRY AND ALL Indians are my brothers and sisters”

 

These lines remind us about the great freedom fighters of the country and the persons of ethics “Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri”. i.e. on 1st To mark their birthdays and remember these legends, Gandhi & Shastri jayanti was celebrated in the assembly conducted by kindergarten section of Delhi Public School, Meerut, in which children offered a tribute to them by offering flowers at their portraits. Students coloured the pictures of these great freedom fighters in their respective classes. They repeated the motos of these leaders after their teachers as  “ Bura mat dekho, Bura mat suno and Bura mat bolo” by Mahatma Gandhi & 'Jai Jawan Jai Kisan by Shastriji' . It was to make the kids know and learn about our freedom fighters.

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A DAY WITH VEGETABLE VENDOR 01-10-2016

Vegetables and fruits are the essential parts of a balanced diet. Children these days run away from eating fruits and vegetables. Instead they are more in a habit to enjoy junk food. To arouse the love for eating vegetables, “A day with vegetable vendor“, activity was conducted for tiny tots of Delhi Public School, Meerut on 1st Oct’ 16 i.e. Saturday. Teacher as well as students became vegetable vendor. Some children are looking really very cute when dressed up as vegetable vendors. They were made to do the role play too. Teachers showed the children mock vegetables and fruits and acquainted them with the vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients which we get from them. It was a fun learning experience for each and every child.

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GANDHI & SHASTRI JAYANTI CELEBRATION 01-10-16

“I LOVE MY COUNTRY AND ALL Indians are my brothers and sisters”

 

These lines remind us about the great freedom fighters of the country and the persons of ethics, our father of the nation “Mahatma Gandhi as well as Lal Bahadur Shastri”. Today i.e. on 1st Oct, 16 to mark their birthdays and remember these legends, Gandhi & Shastri jayanti was celebrated in the assembly conducted by kindergarten section of Delhi Public School, Meerut, in which children offered a tribute to them by offering flowers at their photos. They were made to colour the picture of these great freedom fighters in their respective classes. They repeated the motos in unision as  “ Bura mat dekho, Bura mat suno and Bura mat bolo” by Mahatma Gandhi & Jai Jawan Jai Kisan by Shastriji . It was to make the kids know and learn about our freedom fighters.

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A DAY WITH VEGETABLE VENDOR 01-10-16

Vegetables and fruits are the essential parts of a balanced diet. Children these days run away from eating fruits and vegetables. Instead they are more in a habit to enjoy junk food. To arouse the love for eating vegetables, “A day with vegetable vendor“, activity was conducted for tiny tots of Delhi Public School, Meerut on 1st Oct’ 16 i.e. Saturday. Teacher as well as students became vegetable vendor. Some children were looking really very cute when dressed up as vegetable vendors. They were made to do the role play too. Teachers showed the children mock vegetables and fruits and acquainted them with the vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients which we get from them. It was a fun learning experience for each and every child.

 

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Clown Sandwich Making Activity 29-09-16

Seeing the mothers cooking food in the kitchen, little children are always curious to try to make something to eat for themselves. So, to quench their eagerness a Sandwich Making Activity was held for tiny tots of DPS, Meerut on 29-09-2016 i.e. Thursday. Children brought required things to make delicious sandwiches such as bread, cheese slices, tomato, cucumber, tomato ketchup and a packet of gems. With the instructions given by the teachers, they made sandwiches of different shapes and sizes. They learnt some new words like spread, sprinkle, slice, sachet etc. They were also told to help their mothers in the kitchen and advised not to play with knives and forks.  This activity helped them to be more independent.

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Workshop on “Problems of Adolescence” 27-09-16

Adolescence is the age when a child steps out of the childhood. But this is the most sensitive part of life because in this age the child is perplexed, confused and himself cannot understand the changes happening around, say it to be physical, emotional or environmental. To help the teachers understand better and deal with this in the classrooms, a workshop was conducted at DPS Meerut on 27th September 2016 by one of the best counselors of Doctor on Call, Dr. Manisha Jethwani. She gave a number of guidelines to the teachers about the adolescence and the ways to deal with problems faced by the students passing through this age. It was an interactive session and the discussions would really help the teachers to know their students better and help them sail through the various ups and downs of life.

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“GRANDPARENTS WEEK”

“A warm hug by grandparents to their grandchildren has always been an emotional support for them.”

Keeping the same in mind and to imbibe moral values in the children, Delhi Public School, Meerut celebrated ‘Grandparents Week’ from 23rd Sep’16 to 30th Sep’16 in the school premises. The grandparents of the students from classes Pre-Nursery to II took part in different activities which were specially planned for them. On the first day, they narrated stories from Panchatantra that proved to be the best way to drill in moral values in children. Second day proved to be a creative session wherein they taught the children a lot of craft activities like wall hanging, photo frame, card etc. The Third day was followed up by chanting of shlokas & couplets from Ramayna & Bhagwad Geeta and the grandparents also told the children about our great heritage & culture. The fourth day concluded with Aartis of different Gods & Goddesses sung in melodious voices of grandmothers which brought positive vibrations in the entire auditorium.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha whole heartedly thanked all the grandparents for sparing their Valuable time & sharing their life experiences with the children. She appreciated & applauded and marked their presence as an opportunity to help the young talents prod their way to a new future.

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“Identifying the students with special needs” 20-09-16

A workshop was conducted by Dr. Manisha Jethwani on 20th September 2016 for the teachers from class Pre-Nursery to class V at Delhi Public School, Meerut. The topic was “Identifying the students with special needs”. She told teachers how to identify the needs of children and sort out their problems. She also told the importance of language and sound. If a student will not listen properly he/she will not be able to speak properly and cannot convey his thoughts. She also emphasised on the importance of games in a child’s life for physical and mental development. In the programme some valuable tips were given for the overall development of a child.

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Intra Class Patriotic Poem Competition 20-09-16

Intra class patriotic poem competition was held on 20-Sep-2016 for the students of class II. Students showed their love and respect for the nation by presenting poems on patriotism which was really worth watching. They were full of enthusiasm and zeal.

The results were as follows:

First Position- Avika Jain of Class II-A

Second Position- Radhika Thakur of class II-A

Third Position- Avisha Jain of class II-B & Pehal Bhatia of class II-A

Consolation Prize- Adhiraj of class II-A, Garv Chaudhary of class II-A,Lakshya Jain of class II-C, Manya Mittal of class II-C, Kashvi Bhatia of class II-D & Vansh Chaudhary of class II-D

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Five Students Qualify Pre-RMO 04-09-16

Twenty two students from DPS Meerut participated in Pre-RMO conducted on 04th September’16. Out of which five students namely,

  1. Adit Khokar (Roll No. 20160948)
  2. Dev Bansal (Roll No. 20160937)
  3. Akshat Gupta (Roll No. 20160932)
  4. Divey Ahuja (Roll No. 20160938)
  5. Vansh Mittal (Roll No. 20160936)

have qualified and made it to the next level of Regional Mathematical Olympiad (R.M.O) to be held on 09th October’16 at DPS Faridabad, Sector-19, Main Mathura Road, Faridabad, Haryana.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the students for their outstanding performance and advised them to equip themselves with all mathematical tools under the guidance of their teachers.

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Debate Competition 04-09-16

On 04th September’16 two students i.e. Priyanshi Puniya (XI-F) and Anubhav Kumar (IX-D) of Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in a Debate Competition organised by Lions Club, Meerut. The topic of the debate was “Dialogues with Pakistan is not a solution to Kashmir Problems”. Priyanshi Puniya spoke for the motion where as Anubhav Kumar spoke against the motion. Performance of both the participants was excellent for which they were awarded. They both were also given certificate of excellence. Competition was judged by a panel of senior teachers from the field of education. All the teachers present were felicitated on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. Participants were accompanied by their teacher Ms. Kavita Chaudhary of DPS Meerut.

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GREEN DAY CELEBRATION 06-09-16

On 06th September 2016, Green Colour was introduced to the children of Pre- Nursery & Nursery by using green things. Children came to school dressed in green attires. They brought green vegetables in their lunch boxes.  Focusing on the theme teachers planned art and collage activities for kids. Their art work was displayed on the soft boards. The children enjoyed all the activities and were happy when they received green handouts made with paper to reinforce the colour concept. They were taken out in the garden where they sat on the green grass, touched green leaves to feel the green colour. It was a fun based learning activity.

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TEACHERS’ DAY 05-09-16

5th September 2016,  Delhi Public School celebrated the auspicious occasion of Teachers’ Day. A special assembly was conducted which began with the enchanting of the Gayatri Mantra. Everyone felt a wave of piousness while the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha offered flowers to Late DrSarvepalli Radhakrishnan, whose birthday is celebrated as Teachers Day.

Teachers were welcomed by the students of class 10 in a traditional style and were given cards with compliments as a mark of respect. It was then followed by a variety of entertaining programmes by the students of class 10. They unveiled the enviable talents of singers and dancers.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha  lent the occasion , the equisite warmth with her gracious presence. She spoke in high esteem of the staff for taking DPS Meerut to heights and also congratulated the students for their commendable presentation of the assembly. The celebrations ended but left its memories in the hearts of all to cherish forever.

The Celebration successfully pressed an ideology upon the students to stay away from comforts and try to be in the association with the people of vision.

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Teacher’s Day Activity 05-09-16

On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, Students of class II performed a role play activity on 05th September 2016 wherein they dressed up as teachers and taught their classmates. It was a memorable moment for teachers to watch little teachers dressed up so elegantly and carrying themselves so smartly. This activity ended up boosting confidence level of the students. They taught different subjects in various innovative ways. Teachers felt proud of their students who were completely engrossed in performing their roles.

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Delhi Book Fair 03-09-16

Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut visited “Delhi Book Fair” at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, on 03.09.2016. It was a wonderful opportunity for all book lovers and story collectors.  Students were excited to see such a vast World of Books where they get a chance to see wide range of books available on different subjects.

It proved to be a wonderful learning experience for students to broaden their horizon.

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Workshop on “Personal and Dental Hygiene 02-09-16

“Good personal hygiene is one of the most effective ways to protect ourselves from illness & diseases”.

Keeping in mind the maintenance of personal hygiene for the growth and development of a child Delhi Public School, Meerut organised a workshop for the students of class V on the topic “Personal & Dental Hygiene”. The session was conducted by Dr. Anjali Sharma who made the students aware about the bacteria, virus, fungi, parasites that how do they transfer, affect and harm one’s body. She also told about the importance and techniques of washing hands, bathing, brushing etc. The students took active interest in listening the germs story and also did an activity based on it. They were also told about the ten great Dental Hygiene Tips.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha instructed the children to focus on Oral & Dental Hygiene so as to get rid of harmful bacteria & diseases.

It was a knowledgeable and enriching session for all.

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CLASSICAL VOCAL MELODY "BY SPIC MACAY" 01-09-16

Cultural heritage is our reference point to the past. It helps us to understand our history and the ancestry that binds us together, at the same time, being an integral part of our present, and of our future….

Culture and heritage plays an important role in building an economically sustainable and cohesive country and need a special focus for promotion and preservation. Keeping this in mind Delhi Public School, Meerut in collaboration with SPIC MACAY, the society for the promotion of the Indian Classical Music and Culture organized a concert on Hindi Classical Music.

The renowned Violinist Ms. Anupriya Deotale accompanied by famous Tabla player Ustad Akhtar Hassan Bhai enthralled the audience with the awe-striking and spell binding music.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the magnificent performances. During her address she appealed to all the students specially those who have opted for Music as their subject, to give their best in terms of learning music with soul to high standard of discipline and forward the Melody to posterity. 

It was an initiative to make the new generation aware about the beauty and depth of Indian Classical Music.

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Bharat Ko Jano 01-09-16

“Bharat Ko Jano”

Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in the Competition “Bharat Ko Jano”, organized by Bharat Vikas Parishad on 01 September 2016. It was an initiative to make students aware about the contribution and sacrifices made by great Indian personalities for the progress and development of the nation and to know more about their country.

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CAREER COUNSELLING 30-08-16

CELEBRATE ONE OF THE WISEST DECISIONS IN LATER YEARS

The one day Free Career Counseling Workshop of was held on 30th August 2016 at Delhi public school, Meerut with participation of nearly 350 students of class XI and XII.

The base line of the Workshop was to help prospective generation to understand their hidden talent in a scientific way via psychological tests, interactive counseling by experts, an open round of questioning and expert advises from well known professionals of various fields.

The workshop was well conducted by renowned career counselor Mr. Love Jain, a renowned career expert.”Choosing the field according to one’s interest and capability and then pursuing the same with conviction leads to success that is what the expert had to say to the gathering. He also gave the formula for success. By illustrating live cases and thought provoking deliberations, he made the atmosphere extremely electrifying and involved each and every participant to understand and realize their inherent strengths to opt their best suited career prospects.

.Another important part of the workshop was the Interactive Counseling Session .The aim was to have a free and frank discussion with the participants and for resolving their doubts and queries on career and future.

The principal Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address thanked Mr. Love Jain for such a trendy and effective presentation. She advised the students to know the importance of the ongoing formative years and their constructive strength .She further added that small decisions taken wisely can help make good professional career :and to have everything going and celebrate their pick on career after many years from now, they must have regular communication with their parents and experts with adequate emphasis on their skills improvement.

The workshop received huge appreciation from the parents present and the participating students who urged on having such events at regular basis. The effort was applauded by all the present.

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INVESTITURE CEREMONY - 2016-17" 27-08-2016

Delhi Public School, Meerut organized “INVESTITURE CEREMONY” for the session 2016-17 on 27th August 2016. The eminent Professor Dr. D.L. Arora graced the occasion as Chief Guest.

Mr. Anil Bansal, Chief Beuro, Jansatta was invited as special guest. Mr. Atul Singh, Manager, Delhi Public School, Meerut was also present to congratulate the new appointees.

 

School principal Ms. Savita Chadha welcomed all the distinguished guests. The ceremony started with ‘Ganesh Vandana’, followed by a motivational group song. Bengali folk dance and presentation by Syntech Club were the chief attractions of the ceremony. The new appointees marched past with oath ceremony to fulfill their duties with devotion.

During his address, the chief guest, Dr. D.L. Arora motivated the new appointees of student council to perform their duties with devotion and dedication. School Manager Mr. Atul Singh congratulated and gave his  best wishes to all the office bearers.

 

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha through her address highlighted that the aim of such ceremonies is not to just recognize those who chose to lead the way but to actually spur those who harbour reservations, fear, withdrawal attitudes, inability to take risks and above all prefer to stay back. She motivated the students to seek inspiration from the recent Olympics and stand up to their convictions, hone their strengths, shield their weaknesses and go into the arena as a Gladiator to return only with the sash wrapped around them.

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Visit to Augharnath Temple 24-08-2016

Religious places are always marked as a respect for all religions. They are the most pious places where it is believed that the God resides and prayers are heard in every form. On the occasion of Janamasthmi, Tiny Tots of DPS Meerut were taken to the famous Augharnath (Kalipaltan) Temple of the Meerut city.  Escorted by the teachers, children reached the temple at nine in the morning. They were whole heartedly welcomed by the priests and were given prasad after offering the prayers. It was a way to arouse a deep faith in God amongst these tiny and innocent souls. They all came back happily with Prasad for the entire school. The teachers told the students the historical importance of this sacred precinct

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KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATION 23-08-16

On the auspicious occasion of Janmashtmi, DPS Meerut celebrated the festival with full zest and zeal. Children came to school in glittering attires of Radha & Krishna. Teachers told them about the importance of this festival and how to celebrate it. Students of class Prep were helped to make beautiful paper dresses for lord Krishna. Nursery and Pre Nursery kids prepared Mock Peacock Feathers with sparkle sheets and glitters. Moreover, beautiful Radha and Natkhat Krishna were awarded sashes by the respective class teachers. The entire day was fun filled.

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FANCY DRESS COMPETITION 20-08-16

To enhance the knowledge about our country amongst the children a ‘Fancy Dress competition’ was conducted  for class I on 20 Aug’2016.  Theme of the competition was ‘Our Freedom Fighters’. Students dressed up as Gandhi ji, Jhansi ki Rani, Subhash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh and Chandra Shekhar Azad etc. Competition was judged by Ms. Richa Luthra and Ms. Bhawna Bharti. Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the zest of students and congratulated the winners of the competition. The sole aim of the activity was to boost up students’ love for their country. They took part enthusiastically.  Winnie Bhardwaj of class I A secured first prize and Aagam Jain of I A & Kanishk Kamarthi of I C  secured second  prize. Hrishikesh Jha of I C & Yana Chaudhary of I C  secured third  prize. Consolation prize was given to Kritika Vats of I A, Shreya Yadav of  I A and Kartik Verma I C . Award for the Best costume was given to Aarav Gupta of I B.

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70th INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION 15-08-16

One of the most awaited and unmissable celebration of 70th anniversary of India’s Independence took place at Delhi Public School, Meerut on 15th August 2016 in Tagore Hall. The venue being packed to its capacity vividly displayed the students’ heartfelt emotions and respect for this red-letter day. The celebration of patriotism and sacrifices took off with the hoisting of National Flag.

The Arts club of school (students and teachers) had beautifully decorated the venue with colorful ribbons, festoons and posters with patriotic slogans written on them. Here and there the students of heritage club could be seen holding placards with constitutional duties of Indian Citizens. A strong optimism could be felt through the melodious lyrics sung by school choir. A special performance by Abhiyan Singh won everybody’s appreciation.

Besides a beautifully recited poem, an enthralling dance was presented. The emphatic skit with the clear stubbornness and denial to any unjust Geographical control by any neighboring power was really exiting.

The Principal Mrs. Savita Chadha during her address talked on series issue of brain drain. She told students that going to foreign lands for higher education and international acumen is no wrong provided they have a feeling to come back and serve their Mother Country.  She further appealed to each individual present in the hall to introspect to find the educational ways to get India’s growth graph with regards to everything higher. At last, everyone at school participated in the rendition of National Anthem.

The program was truly a workshop to make human-safe guards for India’s secularism, integrity and peace.

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VISIT BY THE DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL SOCIETY CHAIRMAN 13-08-16

A special quality visit was done by the Chairman D.P.S Society & Chairman Managing committee, Meerut, Mr. Shunglu at D.P.S Meerut on 13th Aug ‘2016. Mr. S.K. Mittal (FCA & Member of board of management, DPS Meerut), Mr. Divakar Dev (Member- Board of Management DPS Meerut), Mr. Atul  Singh (Manager, DPS Meerut) , Ms. Shubhra Singh (Member , BOM DPS Meerut) also joined him at D.P.S Meerut.

Thousands of students with their teachers were enthusiastically waiting to receive the Head of the D.P.S family. The moment he arrived in the premises the whole environment got charged up. During his official round with the Principal Ms. Savita Chadha he appreciated the high standard of discipline maintained in the school and the quality education being imparted to the students not just in academics but also their all round personality development for their bright futures .They admired the school management for the magnificent construction of the school building that is compatible to contemporary trends and requirements. Mr. Atul Singh (Manager, DPS Meerut ) conveyed that  our 20 percent students have been selected in IIMS & IIT and the manner in which the students of our school are excelling  in sports as they were the overall runner up of D.P.S Sports Meet , 2015-16 and gained a gold and four silver medals, they were the winner of  the skating championship too in it. Ms. Shashi Singh (Pro-Vice Chair Person, DPS Meerut) said that observing the increasing demand for admissions, very soon D.P.S Meerut‘s requirement for more space and assets will be there . Mr. Shunglu said that very soon the school will become No 1 School in Western U.P and assured  for providing all possible support.

He motivated the students through his precious message that sky is the limit for the students at D.P.S. He blessed the students and the institute for an even brighter future.

The Principal Ms. Savita Chadha along with her team and students thanked Mr. Shunglu for his benign presence.

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FLAG MAKING ACTIVITY 12-08-16

The Tiny Tots of DPS, Meerut celebrated “The 70th Independence day”, with great zeal and zest on 12-08-2016. Children made many beautiful cutouts with paper using saffron, white and green colors. It was a step to let the students know about the country, its national flag and a way to ignite a spark of patriotism amongst them. Pigeon, the symbol of peace, cards brooches were the handouts which they really enjoyed to make for themselves.

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RAKHI MAKING ACTIVITY REPORT 11-08-16

Rakhi making Activity was held on 11th August 2016 during HRT period. Students prepared beautiful Rakhi using different colorful materials like satin ribbons, bindis, artificial flowers, pearls,  stones, sandal wood, swastik etc and pasted it in a beautiful card with a message for their brothers . Children participated with great enthusiasm and enjoyed the activity.

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STATE LEVEL CHESS TOURNAMENT 08-08-2016

Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in UP State Chess Tournament under 17 at Rajvansh Bhawan, D-Block, Sastri Nagar, Meerut from 04 August’16 to 06 August’16.

Students showed their talent and performed well. Dhriti from class X-D made the school proud by claiming 2nd Runner up Trophy.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the participants and congratulated the winner.

 

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INTER SCHOOL COMPETITION 'KALAKRITI-2016' 08-08-16

40 students from Delhi Public School, Meerut participated in an Inter-School painting competition ‘Kalakriti-2016’ organized at The Millennium School on 5th August 2016. It was a combination of Fun & Frolic talent displayed by the students.

More than fifteen schools participated in the competition. Students from Delhi Public School, Meerut exhibited their talent and creativity through their work and presentation.

Result was as follows:-

            1. Tanvi  Nur-B(Thumb Painting)                                     Ist

            2. Saloni Jain  VIII-E (Poster Making)                             Ist

            3. Sanket Agarwal  X –E (Poster Making)                     IInd

            4. Palak Vig  X-C (Pot decoration)                                  IInd

            5. Ayushi XI-E(Floating Rangoli)                                     Ist

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha congratulated the winners.

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DPS MEERUT CELEBRATES FRIENDSHIP DAY 05-08-2016

It is always fun to be with the friends at any age of life. A life without friends is like a rose without fragrance. To express the feelings of a true friendship, “Friendship Day” is celebrated all over the world, every year on first Sunday of August. This year friendship day will fall on 7th August i.e. Sunday. So it was celebrated on Friday i.e. 5th August for Tiny Tots of DPS Meerut. Children were made to exchange self made cards, friendship bands etc to express their feelings towards their friends. Teachers told them the true meaning of a friend and friendship. It was an effort to arouse social and emotional feelings amongst children.

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DECLAMATION OF CLASS II -04-08-2016

“A good speech is like a pencil, it has to have a point.”

 Intra class Declamation was organized on 4 Aug’2016 for all the sections of class II. The well prepared students delivered speeches on the topics like save water, importance of trees, health and hygiene etc. The intonation and fluency of the language(English) was admirable .This competition clearly conveyed that students had lot of practical researches with their parents and teachers.The judges for the competition were Ms. Richa Luthra and Ms. Neelam Adhirana who appreciated and boosted up the morale of the participants. The principal, Mrs. Savita Chadha enlightened the students on some technicalities of public speaking and appreciated the tiny efforts made by the participants.

The winners of the competition were:

First Position: Lakshay Jain of class II-C

Second Position: Pehal Bhatia of class II-A

Third Position: Avika Jain of class II-A

Consolation: Radhika Thakur of class II-A, Manya Mittal of class II-C, Kashvi Bhatia of class II-D

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FAMILY DAY CELEBRATION 22-07-2016

Family is the single most important influence in a child’s life. From their first moments of life, children depend on parents and family to protect them and provide for their needs. Parents and family form a child’s first relationship But no child cannot himself realize the same, so to sensitize the children towards this important relationship, a family day was celebrated in premises of DPS Meerut’s Kindergarten section on 22 July 2016. Children were taught about various types of families and how we are interdependent on each other as well as each relation has its own importance. They made  handouts  with palm impressions and a slogan “Strong roots make beautiful leaves”. This left a heart touching impression on who ever saw it.

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GROW WITH TREES 19-07-2016

Teach your children Earth is our mother, anything befalls Earth, befalls to her sons and daughters”

The above lines written by an American Poet remind us that we need to teach our children the responsibility towards the environment. To emboss the same on the growing minds,” Grow with the Trees” activity was conducted for Tiny Tots of DPS Meerut. Where in, the students of class Pre-nursery were taught how to water the plants along with a message sent to the parents to make the children do the same at home. Sowing the seeds that children preserved at home of the fruits that they eat everyday was done by Nursery students and planting, sowing and hoeing was taught to Prep students. Kids of class 1 were shown how the germination of seeds take place and students of class 2 were taken to the Herbal garden at the backyard of the school to learn about medicinal plants. All the students enthusiastically participated in the activity and promised to take care of the environment.

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DINE TO SHINE ACTIVITY 15-07-2016

To avoid awkward social situations while dining and to help the children behave properly, Dine to Shine Activity i.e (teaching proper table manners) was conducted on 15 July 2016 for Juniors of DPS Meerut. Many activities were conducted at different levels . For Pre-Nursery, it was teaching basic table manners, for Nursery; no throwing or gabbing of food ,for prep; elbows off the table ,for class I; food to mouth not mouth to food, take just right bites etc.  And for class II ,it was “to be a good host”. Proper use of fork and knife was demonstrated by teachers in their respective sections. Audio visual aids were also the part of the drilling thoroughly. The entire activity was enjoyed by the kids and they learnt everything whole heartedly.

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EID-UL-FITR ASSEMBLY 06-07-2016

To enhance the combination of three meaningful words-

E: Embrace with open heart

I: Inspire with impressive attitude

D: Distribute pleasure to all

Delhi Public School, Meerut organised a special assembly for the students of classes VI & VII on the theme ‘Eid-Ul-Fitr’ on 06 July’16. The assembly started with morning prayer & meditation followed by thought for the day and news. A Student of class VII presented an enriching speech to commemorate the significance of the festival, the feeling of brotherhood, fasting & offering prayers. To explore the feeling of universal brotherhood a poem was recited by a student of class VI and a melodious choral singing was displayed by the talented singers to offer their worship to the almighty. An environment of joy & happiness for this festival was created through a “Thematic Qawwali” to inspire religious devotion & instruction amongst all.

Principal Ms. Savita Chadha applauded the hardwork & efforts put in by the children. She also told about the importance of the festival in terms of peace, sharing, prayers and disciples. It was a heart-touching & meaningful assembly to celebrate the victory of the forces of good over evil.

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MEMORABLE EXCURSION TO NAINITAL AT AYARPATA Date: 27-05-2016



""We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty,

charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures”

Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru
Delhi Public School, Meerut sent the children of classes VIII to X for an educational trip to Nainital. It was a five day designed program to enhance love with nature & to discover their latent talents in the tranquil atmosphere of the forests of Nainital. Students left for their desired destination with the great blessings of our respected Principal Ms. Savita Chadha. She herself was presentto see off the group on 23 May at 10 pm at night with her invaluable tips to make this trip a memorable one.
The students reached at Ayarpata at 7 o’clock in the morning.
Dividing the students into the three group- Red Indians, Green Gorillas and Black Commandos, children performed the activities like tent pitching, flying fox, rock climbing, knot practice, rappelling and tracking & caving etc.
Trekking, a journey under taken on foot to explore the jungle hills, was performed by the students, even at night and also observed the silent beauty of nature & existence of wild life.
Children felt enthusiastic in Rappelling Activity while coming down from a mountain slope in a controlled manner with the help of mountaineering equipement.
The children enjoyed Bonfire & D.J. night were rewarded for their remarkable performances for different activities.
The children were motivated by the teacher incharges and the instructors of Rock Sport as well.
The whole vision was given by Principal Ms. Savita Chadha to give the encouragement to the students to face the challenges in their lives.
It was an enthusiastic, encouraging, enriching trip to increase the love for nature & wild life.
Caving, a recreational pastime of exploring wild cave system was a great experience to enter in an underground space large enough for a human to enter. The caves lead the students into a mysterious and ancient dreams of history. They were introduced to an ecofriendly life and got knowledge of different kinds of caves like solution caves, boulder caves, sea caves, glacer caves etc.
On 27 May’ 2016 in morning 06:30am the students were handed over safely to their parents.

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MEMORABLE EXCURSION TO MUSSOORIE Date: 25-05-2016



To give a great start the summer break, Delhi Public School, Meerut took an initiative to send the children of classes VI & VII for an excursion to Mussoorie which is said to be “Queen of Hills”. The entire arrangement was under the supervision of India’s best company “Rocksport” which organizes such tours & excursions for students of various schools across India. It was a five day outing from 19 May 2016 to 23 May’ 2016 to savour the quiet, natural beauty of the place, situated at the foot of Mussoorie Hills in Uttrakhand. The children eagerly looked forward to high adventure that the place promises, especially a face to face encounter with wild life, nature, adventures etc. With the great blessings and best wishes of the our Respected Principal Ms. Savita Chadha the students left for their dream destination at 10 o’clock in the night on 19 may’16 to be well in time for a check in at “The Kandhi Orchards”. After a brief discussion and distribution of groups the students headed towards the hills to trek & visited the temple of “Lord Shiva” which was situated at the top of the hills & enjoyed the views of the valleys. After that they had their energy drink & learnt different activities like Equipment Knots Tying, Tent Pitching, Zip Line, Giant Ladder Climbing. The day ended with bonfire clubbed with music, songs, games, dinner etc.
On day 2, another trek was ready to face the activities such as Rock Climbing, Zappling, Hangman which not only energized the children but also made them strong & confident. Then the magnificent activity that enrolled the heartbeats was Stream Runner Activity in which the children walked in the stream full of big slippery rocks, stones, pebbles etc. The students also went for night trekking to observe the silent beauty of Nature and existence of wild life. Once again the day ended with fun, bonfire, dinner, games etc. On the third and the last day the rocksport instructors took the children for some more thrilling & exciting activities such as Gorilla war, Raft Building, Face Painting, Swimming session etc wherein they learnt to work as a team & face the challenges thats come across them during their journeys and were also told about the importance of Nature in their lives. The day ended with DJ Night and Dinner. The children were motivated by marvelous thoughts of teachers and Rocksport Instructors.
Some of the children were also given gifts for their remarkable performances in different activities in which they had participated enthusiastically & had outshone others.
Principal, Ms. Savita Chadha encouraged the children to fight and face physical and mental challenges in every aspect of life.
It was an enriching & entertaining trip & a must visit prescription for very nature lover. On 23 May’ 2016 at morning 06:00 AM the students were handed over to the parents safely with unforgettable memories.

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ACADEMIC CAMP FOR STUDENTS 9TH MAY 2016 TO 14TH MAY 2016 DPSS – HRD CENTRE, DPS DWARKA CAMPUS , NEW DELHI Date: 14-05-2016



Adit Khokar of class Xth was selected to join six day Academic Camp for students, who were qualified in 2nd level of SMTE. 113 students and 38 teachers of different DPS school participated in this camp. Each and every session of the camp was related with the knowledge of science and math topics. Resource persons were the experts of their fields and they enriched the growing minds with the knowledge related with the development of scientific skills. They told various easy methods to solve difficult problems, which may help the students in various competitive exams. All the sessions were interactive and interesting and students’ response was good.

Resource material was also provided by the HRDC to every participant. At night there was a self study session in which the residing experts discussed the problems related with the topics, which were faced by the students during the day time sessions.

Lectures on cybernetics and safety, impact of math, the world of science, exploring chemistry etc. had a great impact on everyone.

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WORKSHOP ON CAREER COUNSELING Date: 13-05-2016



Today’s youth is energetic, enthusiastic daring and is ready to accept the new challenges and options in life and DPS is ever ready to guide its students to find their places in the world. In this regard a workshop was organised on Friday May 13, 2016 in the Tagore Hall for the benefit of commerce students. Leading Institute of Professional Courses Pvt. Ltd., a leading institute of western U.P. had sent its representatives to guide the students to decide career options. The students were enlightened about professional courses like C.A., C.S., C.W.A. about degree program like B.B.A., M.B.A. and about Government Jobs like Banking section, LIC, Railways, Post Office, Income Tax and Sales Tax Department and other administrative jobs.The workshop was very informative as the students were enlightened about various job opportunities they have for their future.

 

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MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION Date: 09-05-2016



Mother's Day is a perfect time to celebrate your mother and all her wonderful qualities.

Mother’s Day is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in 46 countries across the globe. It is a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, the unconditional love of mothers and their influence in society. Mothers are our guiding force and are responsible for making us who we are.

To generate this special feeling among the tiny tots and give them a chance to show their feelings towards their dear mothers, the Kindergarten section of DPS, Meerut celebrated Mother’s Day on 09 May 2016.The students were reminded of the contributions of their mothers to their lives through activities conducted in their classes. Though they may not show it every day, but they were happy to get an opportunity to express their love and admiration to their mothers on this very special day. The cherubs prepared beautiful cards and bouquet of paper flowers with their little hands as a surprise gifts for their dear mothers. This was an effort to develop their sensitivity towards the environment and fine motor skills.

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COLOURING COMPETITION Date: 06-05-2016



An intra class colouring competition was organized for all the students of class II on 06 May 2016 at Delhi Public School, Meerut. The motive of this activity was to explore and encourage creativity among students and offer them a platform to show their skills in colouring. It inspired students to think and work creatively which promoted their artistic excellence. This fun filed activity witnessed an enthusiastic participation of all the students.

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“BREAKFAST IN THE PARK” Date: 05-05-2016



Today’s motto of life should be “Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy” and to promote the same with hands-on-experience, “Breakfast in the park” activity was held for classes Pre Nursery to II in the lush green garden of Delhi Public School, Meerut on 05 May 2016. Children were taken out of the classes and made to eat and share and enjoy their breakfast like Yummy Pakoras, Sprouts etc. under the blue, wide open sky. The weather also added a spice to their enjoyment. A lots of activities were conducted including teaching them not to throw the leftover here and there. Basically, it was a new experience for the kids to learn and enjoy.

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“MANGO PARTY” Date: 02-05-2016



Summer is on its peak and the market is full of juicy, delicious and exotic fruits. But the most relished fruit by everyone is ‘Mango’. Today i.e. on 02 May 2016, a mango party was organized for tiny tots at Delhi Public School, Meerut wherein the children brought cubes of mango in their lunch boxes and were dressed in yellow. Lots of activities were held in the classes. The teachers showed raw and ripe mangoes to the children and made them learn about the advantages of eating fruits. They were also acquainted with the preparations which can be made with the mangoes as shakes, ice-creams, juices etc. A self made handout of a mango was also given to each and every child to drill in the concept thoroughly. It was a fun filled day for the children.

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DPS MEERUT ORGANIZES WORKSHOP FOR ADOLESCENTS Date: 11-04-2016



Delhi Public School, Meerut organized an extensive counseling session for the students of classes IX and X on 11-04-2016. All the students and teachers as well as the parents  attended the program.
 
Dr. Manisha Jaithwani educated the students and teachers on physical, mental and psychological changes and their symptoms which happen amongst the children of 10 years – 19 years of age (according to WHO). In the workshop students were told how they can take challenges on social level, how to strengthen their decisiveness and how one can persuade oneself for the right things in life. She further prepared formal and informal individual reports on students’ behavior and personality. Students and teachers welcomed all the suggestions proposed by Dr. Manisha whole-heartedly and positively. Everyone who attended the workshop appreciated it. Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the efforts of the Doctor from Medanta-The Medicity. She further advised all the teachers and parents to be more observant and considerate towards students especially when they go through the challenging years of adolescence. 

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MY CITY MY INITIATIVE Date: 08-04-2016



Under the banner of MY CITY MY INITIATIVE, The Avenue Public School, Meerut has organized an exhibition on Space Sciences and Technology by (ISRO) Indian Space Research Organization on 08 and 09 April, 2016. 54 students and 3 teachers of our school participated in this exhibition on 09 April. In this exhibition various components of Chandrayaan and other satellites such as Microwave Meteorological Payload, Remote sensors, Camera models, Scale down models of launched vehicles, various satellite models etc. were shown and explained to the students by the staff of ISRO.
A discussion session was also held there, in which various queries of our students were aslo solved by the scientists and engineers of ISRO. Students were amazed to see the original models of PSLV and GSLV. Good interactive approach was shown by our students. Mr. S. K. Verma also guided the students to a large extent. It was a good initiative and these types of activities are necessary for the development of scientific temper of the ignited minds of students.

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DPS MEERUT PROVES HER MULTI DIMENTIONAL REPERTOIRE Date: 07-04-2016



Forwarding the legacy of giving excellence to the city, DPS, Meerut had added one more Gem to its crown. A team consisting of 14 students participated in a Multi Skill Inter School Competition held at Meerut Public Girls School, Shastri Nagar, Meerut. The Students participated in six different categories of competition namely Pen Your Thoughts, Jingle a Tagline, Postero Mania, Scrap Book Making, Lets Debate and Poetry. The format of the competition had lots of verbal nods. Students from DPS, Meerut proved their characteristic academic and co curricular metal and left every one in profound amazement by bearing away a magnificent victory.

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DPS MEERUT CELEBRATES WORLD HEALTH DAY Date: 07-04-2016



World Health Day i.e. 07 April’16 was celebrated in Delhi Public School, Meerut. Besides many other activities, a special presentation on the significance of this day was given by Dr. Anjali Singh Sharma.The whole program extensively aimed at Diabetes and Obesity amongst children. She told the students about different types of diabetes and educated students about the reasons and the hazardous results of addiction to eating junk food and living life without exercise. On this occasion, Principal Ms. Savita Chadha told many efficacious solutions and precautionary measures in order to fight against these deep rooted diseases. She further made all the students and teachers take pledge to fight against these ailments. Her presentation became all the more communicative when supported with slides and video clippings.

 

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REPORT ON WELCOME TO NEW SESSION ACTIVITY DATE: 05-04-2016



New Bags, New Books, New Class, New teachers and New Friends! And one more step towards progress. The new session has begun and the excitement can be felt among the students. So on 05 April 2016, the teachers of classes Pre-Nursery to II welcomed their little cherubs with smile on their faces. Students were comforted in their classrooms and introduced to one another. There were lots of fun filled activities as dancing, reciting rhymes etc. While saying good bye to students, teachers gifted a token in the form of cards, sachets and smiles to preserve as a memory of “First Day in the School”.

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DPS MEERUT TAKES A CALL ON NUTRITION AND HEALTH Date: 04-04-2016



In today’s life style of students which is hectic and draining, attention to good health and food has taken back seat. This upsetting scenario results in many academic and health challenges. Attending to the same concern Delhi Public School, Meerut under its annual medical program “Doctor on call” organized a Counseling session on identifying students with special needs in terms of good diet, academic boosters and required social skills. The Doctors and The Counselors from Medanta - The Medicity, (A world class hospital in Gurgaon) conducted the special workshop. The Tagore Hall of the school being packed to its capacity spoke volumes of immediacy of the concern and success of the session meant to help students, parents and teachers. Senior nutritionist Praveena Anadaraman talked on healthy eating habits based on nutritive value for children. She educated everyone present on the “how much “and “how” intake of proteins and other nutrition. In the session held by Ms. Manisha Jethwani (A senior psychological counselor), parents and teachers were guided to be watchful of developmental signs to notice in the child. The session ended for 45 minutes. She further held individual sessions with parents and students who were regressing academically; and prepared an informal respective assessment of the children. Principal Ms. Savita Chadha appreciated the complete attendance of the parents and appealed to them to spare out time as much as possible for their children to ensure their good physical, mental and social health.

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