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Investiture Ceremony 2022

Someone has rightly said, “Do not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Leaders are the role models who inspire others and motivate them to reach the pinnacle of success.

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Meerut Road organized the investiture ceremony for the session 2022-23 on May 11, 2022. Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy, Principal, DPSG Meerut Road welcomed the guests. She congratulated and blessed the prefects and advised them to uphold the dignity of the posts that have been bestowed on them. Mr. Nipun Agarwal, IPS, SP City Ghaziabad administered the oath to the newly appointed office-bearers. He also stated that their new positions and responsibilities would pave the way for bigger roles in society. The programme concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.



SANSKRIT WEEK CELEBRATION

Sanskrit Week was celebrated in the Secondary Wing from April 26-30, 2022. An array of activities were conducted wherein the students from classes 6-10 participated enthusiastically. Students made beautiful fruit charts and wrote their names in Sanskrit. Short story writing, collage making, vocabulary-based activities were the buzzwords. Students of class7 introduced themselves in the Sanskrit language which was worth watching. The confidence displayed by the children while performing these activities was a never seen before sight.


Mothers Day Celebration : Primary Wing

It is truly said, “God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mother.” Mothers are the emotional backbone of the family, who have the magic touch to make all things beautiful. At DPSG, we believe the day is all about to thank a mother for all the love she is showering and efforts she is putting in since the years. Keeping this bonding emotion in mind, the students of Classes 2,3,4 & 5 had a special celebration. Heart-warming feelings filled the air with intimacy, gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement. The beautiful artifacts – jewelry boxes, photo collages and thank you cards conveyed an important message of being humble, respectful and obedient to the parents.

All in all it was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts.


International Dance Day 2022

Dance is the hidden language of the soul.

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated ‘International Dance Day 2022’ with great zeal and enthusiasm. The day is celebrated across the world to honour Jean-Georges Noverre, the creator of modern ballet. Students of the Secondary Wing presented different dance forms like Kathak, Jazz, Hip hop with great exuberance. The goal of the programme was to celebrate dance, to revel in the universality of the art form and bring people together through the common language of dance.


LOGIQIDS MENTAL APTITUDE OLYMPIAD 2021-22

Dedication, determination and a quest for outdoing ourselves are the trademarks which have defined DPSG. The LogIQids Mental Aptitude Olympiad, 2021 -22 designed and conducted by LogIQids is a personalized learning platform for children from Sr KG to Class 9 to develop important 21st century skills like Problem Solving, Analytical Thinking, Verbal Reasoning, Spatial Reasoning, Creativity and Lateral Thinking. They conduct this one of its kind, International Mental Aptitude Olympiad every year with participation from schools in India and UAE. DPSG provides a rich platform to the students by giving them exposure to the opportunities across the country and overseas. Kudos to our students for their laudable performance in LogIQids Olympiads 2021-22. We, at DPSG are happy to share the final results with you.

RESULTS OF LOGIQUIDS INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD 2021-22

Sr No

Student Name

Grade

State Rank

International Rank

1

Advik Mittal

1

12

14

2

Anshuman Dwivedi

1

9

10

3

Anugya Goel

1

10

11

4

Niharika Singh

1

3

4

5

Rudra Pratap Singh

1

7

8

6

Satvik Pandey

1

13

15

7

Tvisha Sharma

1

2

3

8

Vanya Gupta

1

12

14

9

Yuvaan Agarwal

1

3

4

10

Savar Goel

1

3

4

11

Vaanshi Goel

1

1

2

12

Aadit Singhal

1

12

14

13

Abeer Gupta

1

1

2

14

Arham Jain

1

12

14

15

Khwahish Singh

1

7

8

16

Ansh Varshney

2

6

10

17

Vivaan Garg

2

10

14

18

Aarav Prabhakar

2

2

3

19

Ashmi Gupta

2

2

3

20

Parth Sharma

2

11

15

21

Rithvi Rai

2

8

12

22

Varun Kumar

2

5

9

23

Aarna Asmi

2

5

9

24

Prisha Kapoor

4

1

8

25

Nimish Pandey

6

1

14

26

Avyaan Garg

PREP

6

7

27

Dakshit Rawat

PREP

4

5

28

Dhruven Sinha

PREP

4

5

29

Namish Kapoor

PREP

2

3

30

Vedant Jain

PREP

6

7

31

Viraaj Singh Bisht

PREP

7

8


PUPPETRY WORKSHOP : GRADE 4

Puppets have always fascinated children. Puppetry is the closest thing you can get to animation, live, in the real world. Young learners of Grade 4 at DPSG enjoyed interactive puppet-making workshop in the school campus on 02 May 2022. The workshop ‘Eye for Craft’ was organized in association with ¬Delhi Crafts Council. Participants became puppet makers and puppeteers as they designed beautiful puppets. Puppets unlock doors to the mind and heart as one finds enormous variety, ingenuity, and creativity in the types of puppets, and the ways they are used. Puppets are very effective aids for fostering cooperation, enhancing creativity, and improving communication. Handling and manipulating puppets help a child develop gross and fine motor skills.

The workshop helped the children unleash their creative spark and helped them understand the importance of keeping this age old art alive.



Red Colour Day

Red colour signifies love and compassion. The learners of Pre- Nursery celebrated ‘Red Colour Day” on May 2, 2022.The celebration was a wonderful engagement to introduce primary colours. All the little angles dressed up beautifully in red attires, enjoyed printing activity and decorated ‘red corner’ in the class . It was a fun and everlasting learning experience for the students.




International Labour Day Celebration

International Workers' Day, also known as Labour Day in most countries and often referred to as May Day, is a celebration of people who help us. It is promoted by the international labour movement and occurs every year on May Day i.e. 1st May. On the occasion of international Labour day, to honour the persistence and dedication of our selfless support staff , we at DPSG honoured their tireless efforts by arranging refreshments and distributing flowers and chocolates to the entire helper community. To forge a better understanding of the labour community among students who must learn to respect and appreciate their efforts, students of Junior Wing at DPSG also prepared thank you cards with beautiful messages.



International World Dance Day

“Dancing is more than just moving body parts; it is pathway of expressing your deepest inner thoughts”-Normani Kordei

International World Dance Day is celebrated every year on April 29 in honour of the famous dancer Jean-Georges Noverre. It aims to celebrate dance, remove all ethnic barriers and bring people together with a common language dance.

The students of Grade V of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad enthusiastically participated in International World Dance Day competition held on 29th April, Friday.

The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The fun filled extravaganza offered classical, traditional and western dance forms. Young learners were thrilled to be a part of colourful, vibrant and energizing event.

Results

NAME OF THE STUDENT

POSITION

CLASS / SEC

MANASWI GARG

I

5 F

MIHIKA SEHGAL

II

5 A

ANVIKA SAHARIA

II

5 B

MYRA JOSHI

II

5 F

NIDA SAIFI

III

5 D

LAVANYA GUPTA

III

5 E

SHIVI MORAL

III

5 G

ADRIJA GUHA

Cons.

5 D

RAAISHA GOEL

Cons.

5 C

VANIKA GUPTA

Cons.

5 H

IRSHITA MISHRA

Cons.

5 I

AISHANI MAJUMDAR

Cons.

5 J

PRISHA KAPOOR

Cons.

5 F


Earth Day- Invest in our Planet
A special assembly was held at DPSG MR to celebrate Earth Day with enthusiasm and fervour. It commenced with a somber prayer to mother earth thanking her for her bounties followed by a self-composed poems and a thought-provoking skit ‘The Earth Story’ which motivated all to keep the planet clean and beautiful. The students also performed brilliantly to a beautifully choreographed foot tapping song ‘Return to Nature’.
DPSG has also joined Sadguru's mission to 'Save Soil’. Each student was urged to be an Earth Buddy to save soil. Students of classes 1 to 12 wrote a letter to the honorable Prime Minister requesting him to change the policies to save soil. The students showed their enthusiastic willingness to initiate actions ensuring that it becomes a global movement, and the government is sensitized towards the need to frame policies to save ecology and the planet. The celebration concluded with a ‘Green Pledge’ wherein the students and staff pledged to respect all living beings and work for the cause of sustainable development.
Principal, Ms Sangeeta Roy Mukherjee lauded the efforts of the students and spoke about the importance of saving environment and preserving natural resources.

Earth Week - Invest in our Planet
DPSG MR celebrated the Earth Week with enthusiasm and fervour. A special assembly was held to commemorate the occasion. It commenced with a somber prayer to mother earth thanking her for her bounties. This was followed by self-composed poems and a thought-provoking skit ‘The Earth Story’ which motivated all to keep the planet clean and beautiful. The students also performed brilliantly to the foot tapping song ‘Return to Nature’ which was beautifully choreographed. The special assembly concluded with a ‘Green Pledge’ wherein the students and staff pledged to respect all living beings and work for the cause of sustainable development.
Activities like Poster Making, Debate Competition, Kavita Vaachan Pratiyogita, Quiz were the highlights of the day. Students of classes IX and X made beautiful posters on the topic – Invest in our planet, Save Earth, Save Environment.
The Intersection Debate Competition was organized for the students of class IX. The topic was ‘Conservation and Development cannot go hand-in-hand’. It gave ample opportunity to the participants to unravel their cognitive as well as linguistic skills.
Raina Jain from IXA and Varnika of IX C were adjudged the best speakers. The first position was shared by Ganga and Yamuna House while the third position was bagged by Ravi House. Students of class VIII zealously participated in Kavita Vaachan Pratiyogita. Rit Prakash, VIII K bagged the first position followed by Arya , VIII G. Rakshit Jain, VIII B stood third. The Principal, Ms Sangeeta Roy Mukherjee lauded the efforts of the students and spoke about the importance of saving environment and preserving natural resources.


Debate Competition : Grade IX
The Intersection Debate Competition organized by DPSG on April 20,2022 provided a platform to the vivacious speakers of class IX to opine their thoughts and voice their views. The captivating, cogent and evidence backed arguments were undoubtedly unparalleled. The topic for the debate ‘Conservation and Development cannot go hand-in-hand’ gave ample opportunity to the participants to unravel their cognitive as well as linguistic skills. In this wordily contestation, Raina Jain from IX-A and Varnika of IX C were adjudged the best speakers. The first position was shared by Ganga and Yamuna House while the third position was bagged Ravi House. This war of words was, indeed, a kaleidoscope of opinions, thoughts, ideas and perspectives.




International Mother Earth Day
Earth Day has been celebrated around the world to call attention to some of our most pressing environmental and social problems, including climate change, biodiversity loss, and dwindling natural resources. Keeping this year’s theme in mind which is “Invest In Our Planet” the students of Primary Wing at DPSG celebrated the International Mother Earth Day on 22nd April, 2022. As a part of environmental education, "Go- Green" initiative was taken to engage the whole school community in making a difference. Earth Day was celebrated through educational and action-oriented activities that were fun. A myriad of activities were conducted in the classes. By taking part in such activities our students are trying to make our own planet Earth a better, happier, healthier place to live.



Result Class 1

Position

Name of the Student

CLASS I A

I

Shaurya Singhal

II

Shreya Agarwal

III

Kaavya Joshi

Cons.

Rhythm Aggarwal

Cons.

Ansh Rai

CLASS I B

I

Nideesh Singh

II

Kavish Saxena

III

Darshvardhan Singh

Cons.

Netanya Singhal

Cons.

Harshita Agnihotri

CLASS I C

I

Divik Sharma

II

Vivaan Prajapati

III

Reyansh

Cons.

Bhavgishya Chadha

Cons.

Lakshita Goel

CLASS I D

I

Ridhant Mittal

II

Aavya Goel

III

Anaisha Singh

Cons.

Vaidhvi Srivastava

Cons.

Nihaan Bathla

CLASS I E

I

Anaisha

II

Shravya

III

Md. Ashar, Arya

Cons.

Kiyaansh

Cons.

Viraaj

CLASS I F

I

Nitya Sharma

II

Pranamyay Sharma

III

Naisha Garg

Cons.

Chaudhry Arham Ahmed

Cons.

Shravi Singh

CLASS I G

I

Samrath Singh

II

Banipreet K Kawatra

III

Parth Dev Sharma

Cons.

Ryna Jindal

Cons.

Pravik Agarwal

CLASS I H

I

Anvi Sirohi

II

Rudra Gupta

III

Rohan Choudhary

Cons.

Kiara Agarwal

Cons.

Pratith Gupta

CLASS I I

I

Nivaan Garg

II

Manya Garg

III

Namya Bhuwalka

Cons.

Namish Kapoor

Cons.

Avyukt Tyagi

Result Class 2

Position

Name of the Student

CLASS II A

I

Vanya Gupta

II

Darsh Aggarwal

III

Sharanya Tyagi

Cons.

Ishanvi Mittal, Joyel Harit

Cons.

Rishaan Malhotra

CLASS II B

I

Yuvaan Agarwal

II

Sanidhya Pathak

III

Mayra Singh

Cons.

Aleena Sarin

Cons.

Ridhvi bansal

CLASS II C

I

Ayansh Agarwal

II

Arshika Garg

III

Samriddhi Singhal

Cons.

Saanvi Dayal

Cons.

Mehit Saini

CLASS II D

I

Prisha Bhardwaj

II

Amyra Tyagi

III

Vaanshi Goel

Cons.

Stuti Jain

Cons.

Ruhaan Kapoor

CLASS II E

I

Delisha Singh

II

Aarav Agarwal

III

Reyansh Agarwal

Cons.

Manasvi Sharma

Cons.

Kenisha Goel

CLASS II F

I

Rushika Pandita

II

Anika Garg

III

Vanya Marwaha

Cons.

Diveay Jhamb

Cons.

Tanvi Aggarwal

CLASS II G

I

Kiansh Agarwal

II

Archit Shukla

III

Rashil Mittal

Cons.

Nirvi Kansal

Cons.

Tvisha Sharma

CLASS II H

I

Siddhi Sahay

II

Sanvi Tomar

III

Mishka Anand

Cons.

Samaira Sapra

Cons.

Khwahish Singh

CLASS II I

I

Akshansh Rohila

II

Aradhya Garg

III

Anshi Bansal

Cons.

Aanya Goel

Cons.

Ridit Jain

CLASS II J

I

Drishti Periwal

II

Gargi Tyagi

III

Reyansh Malik

Cons.

Praanjavi Singh Rathore

Cons.

Shreyash Mishra

Result Class 3

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS – III A

I

Aaradhya Gaur

II

Ayaan Agrawal

III

Aaradhya Raghav

Cons.

Viraj Upadhyay

Cons.

Unnati Sharma

CLASS – III B

I

Samarth Mittal

II

Tanishka Seth

III

Preha Yadav

Cons.

Advik Mittal

Cons.

Varchaswa Tripathi

CLASS – III C

I

Rakshit Tyagi

II

Aarav Prabhakar

III

Anav Gupta

Cons.

Vanya Chaudhary

Cons.

Mishka Rana

CLASS – III D

I

Amayra Yadav

II

Suveera Bansal

III

Atharva Srivastava

Cons.

Divya Soti

Cons.

Arnav Garg

CLASS – III E

I

Avya Goel

II

Amish Jindal

III

Kavya Kapoor

Cons.

Evelyn Alex

Cons.

Pawni Nirwan

CLASS – III F

I

Rakshita Arora

II

Vikhyat Garg

III

Sanidhya Jhamb

Cons.

Ansh Varshney

Cons.

Avika Gupta

CLASS – III G

I

Atharv Gupta

II

Maryam Ayaz

III

Sanvi Tyagi

Cons.

Arnav Arora

Cons.

Maulik Raj Kashyap

CLASS – III H

I

Rithvi Rai

II

Ishani Bansal

III

Swadha Shekar

Cons.

Sourish Aggarwal

Cons.

Mishika Tyagi, Anusha Bansal

CLASS – III I

I

Aditri Goyal

II

Madhav Pratap Singh Tomar

III

Kanav Gupta

Cons.

Varun Kumar

Cons.

Anaya Jain

CLASS – III J

I

Shaurya Jain

II

Vyaan Aggarwal

III

Anvi Singh

Cons.

Digvi Arora

Cons.

Aanya Garg


Result Class 4

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS

4 A

I

ARNAV YADAV

II

ARADHYA DUA

III

KRISHIKA

CONS.

RISHIKA SEHGAL

CONS.

TASHI TYAGI

CLASS

4B

I

AARAV SINGHAL

II

ANGELA SARIN

III

AADHYA TYAGI

CONS.

NIHIRA KANSAL

CONS.

DAKSH AGRAWAL

CLASS

4 C

I

IHA LOHUMI

II

RAVNEET KAUR PLAHA

III

SHANAYA SIDANA

CONS.

MANVIK SINGH

CONS.

AYANSH SAXENA

CLASS

4 D

I

IPSHITA VATS

II

AADITYA MEHTA

III

MANYA KAUSHIK

CONS.

AANUSHA ANANDINI

CONS.

AARVIKA TYAGI

CLASS

4 E

I

AVGATI

II

AMAIRA ROY

III

SAARANSH GUPTA

CONS.

TANUSH PRATAP SINGH

CONS.

AVIK GRAG

CLASS

4 F

I

EVANYA SINGHAL

II

ALIZA KAZMI

III

AARADHYA GUPTA

CONS.

PAKHI RAJPUT

CONS.

VIVAAN MITTAL

CLASS

4 G

I

PAKHI GARG

II

SAMANYU GOVIND PILANIA

III

KYANSH SHARMA

CONS.

RUDRANSH SRIVASTAVA

CONS.

ABHISHREE VASHISHTT

CLASS

4 H

I

AARAV PACHAURI

II

OJAS JAISWAL

III

SAANVI MANGAL

CONS.

NAYRA

CONS.

BHAAVYA SINGHAL

CLASS

4 I

I

KAUSTUBH ADHIKARI

II

SMARTH SINGHAL

III

AKSHAJ CHAUDHARY

CONS.

VARANYA TYAGI

CONS.

PRAGUN VERMA

CLASS

4 J

I

AAHANA SHARMA

II

RISHIT JAIN

III

ARNAV SAINI

CONS.

GAURANSH VATS

CONS.

VAANYA GUPTA

Result Class 5

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS VA

I

Sachi Mittal

II

Navya Chaudhary

III

Anant Garg

Cons.

Parnika Srivastava

Cons.

Paavani Taneja

CLASS VB

I

Anvika Saharia

II

Advika

III

Harsh Goyal

Cons.

Advik Mahajan

Cons.

Pranit Saxena

CLASS VC

I

Anika Goel

II

Samaika Garg

III

Raaisha Goel

Cons.

Aaruhi Bhardwaj

Cons.

Agrima Rai

CLASS VD

I

Adrija Guha

II

Aadhwan Chitkara

III

Shibhya Singh

Cons.

Yuvraj Agarwal

Cons.

Anushka Nehra

CLASS VE

I

Aarav Kumar

II

Sanaisha Garg

III

Varnika Anand

Cons.

Anant Kumar

Cons.

Varnika Garg

CLASS VF

I

Harshit Nag

II

Freya Agarwal

III

Janvi Yadav

Cons.

Manaswi Garg

Cons.

Mohd. Ayaan

CLASS VG

I

Shagun Anand

II

Kayna Mehta

III

Agriya Sharma

Cons.

Aarnav Singh

Cons.

Vanya Mittal

CLASS VH

I

Vanika Gupta

II

Yashika Katiyal

III

Viraj Tyagi

Cons.

Aarush Sharma

Cons.

Pratishtha Bhatnagar

CLASS- V I

I

Angad Singh Chauhan

II

Aradhya Singh

III

Navish Gupta

Cons.

Anindya

Cons.

Aradhya Sharma, Ayansh Jain

CLASS V J

I

Devishi Sengar

II

Samarth Jindal

III

Arjun Singh

Cons.

Aarohi Bansal

Cons.

Etaash Arora

Earth Day Celebration : Starz
“EVERY DAY IS AN EARTH DAY”
DPSG Starz celebrated Earth Day with a medley of educational and fun activities. The learners were informed about the importance of Earth Day through myriad conservation- related engagements.
They dressed up in green attires and got into action in protecting our environment through slogans, rhymes, leaf printing, tearing – pasting, best out of the waste products alerting everyone the necessity to save trees, water and electricity.
This special day helped students assimilate simply yet clearly that our natural resources are limited and we desperately need to use them judiciously.
Pre Nursery


Nursery Class



Prep


Inclusive Classrooms: Celebrating the Diversity and Uniqueness of Your Students
The teachers are the most important propellers of inclusive education. Inclusive education happens when all children despite of differences in their abilities learn and participate together in meaningful ways in the same class.An online session on the topic Inclusive Classrooms: Celebrating the diversity and uniqueness of your students was conducted for the all the teaching staff. It was an insightful session which helped the teachers to expand their awareness and knowledge about different and special needs of all our learners. The Resource person for the session was Dr. Raqib Ali who is a Clinical Psychologist and a Psychotherapist. It was an interactive session where he spoke about inclusion and managing the classrooms full of varied abilities and thus empowering the staff in managing behaviours and academics of children with different abilities.


World Health Day

The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated on 7th April every year. The theme for this year's World Health Day is “Our Planet, Our Health”. Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated the World Health Day on 7th April with an aim to spread awareness about quality living and importance of health. A poster making activity was organized for the students of Class V. The students participated with great zeal and designed posters on health and well-being and inspired their peers to adopt a healthy lifestyle.




Adaptation Programme

The magic is about to begin.

Life is full of new events. Going to a school for the first time for a child is to face a new situation. DPSG organized a two day adaptation program for the new admissions on 1st and 2nd April in order to stimulate them to the new school environment. A plethora of engagements were planned to start the journey to a fantastic year full of learning and growing together!



Annual Art and Craft Exhibition ‘ SAMANVAY’

“Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate.”

Art is one of the universal languages that all human beings understand and use to communicate. We use art to appreciate who we are, our places in the world, and the meaning of our lives. Art enables us to "see" the world in different ways.

DPSG organized annual Art and Craft Exhibition ‘ SAMANVAY’ on 26th March, Saturday.

At DPSG, students grow up with understanding of Creativity and Imagination through all the activities on a daily basis. The idea is not only to encourage children to use their imagination but also help them in understanding Life and Nature as a whole.

The learners from Starz to Grade IV presented the most awaited event of the year, ‘Samanvay’, the Annual School Exhibition. The Chief Guest for the event was City Magistrate Mr Gambhir who inaugurated the event, The paintings, artwork and artifacts transcended the boundaries of inherent aesthetic potential. The spectacular art display of diverse cultures was surely a treat to the eyes.

From splashes of vibrant hues, different types of paintings, sketched portraits, paper flowers, articles made of paper and Eco friendly material brought out the best of creativity in the students.

All the Classes created amazing masterpieces, displaying their creativity and aesthetic talents. But the success of the event wouldn’t have been possible without the crucial role played by the parents of all the students. Their highly appreciable and strong support and contribution lent vigour to the event.

The hard work put in by everyone involved was applauded by all those who witnessed it.





Adventure Camp at DPSG

I am off the blocks,

And setting the pace.

By the very first corner,

I am leading the race.

My legs are pumping,

And so is my heart.

I am making a START…….

I am making a START…….




Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony 2020-21

With an aim to acknowledge the academic excellence of students, Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony for the academic session 2020 -21 was held at DPSG on 12th March 2022. Ms Asha Sharma, Mayor, Ghaziabad was the Chief Guest and Mr. Rohit Pathak, Director HR, DPSG Society was the Guest of Honour.

The programme began with the auspicious lighting of the lamp followed by ‘Ganesh Vandana’. Thereafter, meritorious students along with KVPY and NTSE scholars were felicitated by the dignitaries.

Principal, Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy congratulated the proud winners and said that the school nurtures the students in such a way that they excel in life and remain beautiful human beings. The chief guest complimented the parents for their wards’ remarkable performance and stated that the school should inculcate in the students the traditional values of Indian culture and family system. Mr. Rohit Pathak said that the student brigade should be prepared to make the country strong in the fields of Geopolitics and economy. The programme concluded with the rendition of national anthem.





Celebration of Matrabhasha Diwas at DPSG

UNESCO has declared 21 st February of every year to be celebrated as the International Mother Language day to promote dissemination of Mother Language and to inspire solidarity amongst the people of different cultures, speaking different languages. The aim of observing this day is is to create awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions and diversity across the world.

To commemorate the Mother Language Day, students of grades 8 and 9 participated enthusiastically in Hindi Elocution whereas students of grades 3-5 participated in Hindi story telling and Essay writing competition.

These activities were held under the exhaustive ‘Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat’ Program which is being conducted at DPSG on an ongoing basis.





International Mother Language Day : Starz

If you talk to a man in his language, that goes to his heart.” - Nelson Mandela

DPSG Starz wing observed International Mother Language Day on February 21,2022.The learners dressed up in traditional attires of the region they belong to and spoke greeting words in their mother tongue . They were encouraged to give importance to their mother languages along with different dialects to promote cultural diversity and multilingualism.



International Mother Language Day

International Mother Language Day is a worldwide annual event held on 21st February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity as well as to promote multilingualism. Today there is growing awareness that languages play a vital role in development, in ensuring cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue, but also in strengthening co-operation and attaining quality education for all.

To revel the power of mother languages to build peace and sustainability Class 3 PYP learners celebrated multilingualism and cultural diversity by exploring the languages.




Webinar on Cyber Security

Students have started using Internet and devices more than ever in the last two years. Such massive transition to online platforms for learning, creating and communicating has its own risks and repercussions. Considering the need to create awareness in learners about Internet safety and risks associated, Student Council of Primary Wing conducted a webinar wherein they, through a role play, demonstrated how Internet poses threats in the form of frauds and cyberbullying. They also shared some practices that must be followed to remain safe in the online world.



Cultural Exchange Program with Gateway International School,Chennai

Grade V learners of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad had the opportunity to participate in the Cultural Exchange Program with Gateway International School,Chennai. Strength lies in differences and not in similarities was proven correct during this cultural exchange where information about customs and traditions of vibrant and majestic states of North and South India were shared.

It was an exploration into Cultural diversity through which the learners got to know the depth and richness of Indian culture. Following elements like traditions, languages, cuisine, handicrafts, festivals, dance forms, heritage of India were highlighted. Learners were brimming with excitement during quiz time. They learners shared their reflection about the session on the padlet. This interesting and engaging session ensured the creation of young brigade who understands and welcomes diversity thus sowing the seed to transform India into truly Incredible India.

It is often said that ‘The world should meet much more for exchange of ideas and to foster the understanding of cultural diversity. To facilitate this, as part of the upcoming PYP Exhibition, the learners of grade V had the opportunity to interact with Ms Sangeetha Singh an activist from Australia, for a Cross-Cultural Exchange program. The main premise of this session was to foster intercultural competence by involving learners to cultivate an attitude of curiosity and open mindedness for difference and otherness.

This enriching and interactive session helped develop mutual understanding of each other’s way of life which then translates to promotion of International friendship and goodwill.



Yoga Competition – Yoga -The Way of Life

We, at DPSG believe that “We cannot always control what goes on outside, but we can always control what goes on inside”. Yoga is essentially a practice for our soul, working through the medium of our body; it helps in overall development in students. Keeping in sync with the above, the school organized an intersection yoga competition for the students of Class I to VI.


Results

Class I

S.N.

NAME

SECTION

PLACE

1.

Aleena Sarin

B

1st Position

2.

Vaanshi Goel

D

2nd Position

3.

Vanya Gupta

A

3rd Position

Class II

S.N.

NAME

SECTION

PLACE

1.

Angel Yadav

J

1st Position

2.

Arshita Gaur

G

2nd Position

3.

Ayaan Agarwal

B

3rd Position

Class III

S.N.

NAME

SECTION

PLACE

1.

Aastha Patra

E

1st Position

2.

Adyasha Sharma

H

2nd Position

3.

Aarohi Srivastava

E

3rd Position

Class IV

S.N.

NAME

SECTION

PLACE

1.

Hirein Gadhok

G

1st Position

2.

Vanya Dabas

F

2nd Position

3.

Ridha Jain

C

3rd Position

Class V

S.N.

NAME

SECTION

PLACE

1.

Yamini Mishra

I

1st Position

2.

Urvi Gupta

I

2nd Position

3.

Adye Agarwal

G

3rd Position


Expert Visit : NGO Robinhood Army

Students of Grade 3 interacted with the NGO ROBINHOOD ARMY during an expert visit in their ongoing UOI-WHO WE ARE. They shared their experiences and stories about how they volunteered to help underprivileged children with their basic needs. To support various generous partners and bridge the gap between the ‘slums’ and ‘schools’ they discussed on various human and child rights and responsibilities. Students understood the meaning of being a responsible citizen and how their actions can have a positive impact.




Basant Panchami Celebration

The festival of Basant Panchami marks the end of winter season and the onset of spring. The starz of DPSG devotionally rendered ‘Saraswati Vandana’ to venerate Her blessings. The significance of Basant Panchami, its association with yellow colour and the blooming of mustard flowers were elaborated. The children came dressed in yellow attires, offered yellow flowers to the Goddess and also brought yellow coloured food in their lunch box. All were happy witnessing spurring dances and invoking prayers.





Safer Internet Day : Grade 4

Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally in February each year to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically, and creatively. The celebration at DPSG was vibrant and engaging, allowing Grade 4 learners to reflect on our increased use of technology as a result of the pandemic. It also aimed at using safe digital technology by making posters, reflecting upon smart tips of using internet on advantages and disadvantages of using Internet.


Results

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

4A

1ST Position

Arnav Chaudhary

2nd Position

Mihika Sehgal, Akshat Aggarwal

3rd Position

Chitrakshi Gautam

Consolation-1

Aishvi Agarwal

Consolation-2

Maulik Agarwal

4B

1ST Position

Siddhi Gupta

2nd Position

Aum Mokshda Goel

3rd Position

Anvika Saharia

Consolation-1

Sankalp Tyagi, Pranit Saxena

Consolation-2

Sankalp Srivasatava

4C

1ST Position

Anika Jain

2nd Position

Arjun Mehra, Armaan Chaudhary

3rd Position

Anika Goel, Vihaan Jain

Consolation-1

Saanvi Juneja

Consolation-2

Avisha Barnwal

4D

1ST Position

Deepagam Singh Rehnu

2nd Position

Niva Tyagi

3rd Position

Yuvraj Agarwal

4E

1ST Position

Aadya Singh

2nd Position

Varnika Anand

3rd Position

Aarav Kumar

Consolation-1

Aarav Diwan

Consolation-2

Yuvakshi Shekar

4F

1ST Position

Freya Agarwal

2nd Position

Harshit Nag

3rd Position

Prisha Kapoor

Consolation-1

Mohd. Ayaan

Consolation-2

Manaswi Garg

4G

1ST Position

Taisha Singh

2nd Position

Swarit Singh

3rd Position

Parth Varshney

Consolation-1

Swastik Mishra

4H

1ST Position

Onish Sharma

2nd Position

Aarush Sharma

3rd Position

Armaan Gupta

Consolation-1

Vedanshu Atreya

Consolation-2

Aaron Bhardwaj

4I

1ST Position

Irshita Mishra

Devanshi Das

2nd Position

Rhea Agarwal

Srishti Goswami

3rd Position

Pragati Jaiswal

Consolation-1

Yashashvi Chauhan

Consolation-2

Anirudh Sharma

4J

1ST Position

Vatsal Bhardwaj

2nd Position

Abhimanyu Chaudhary

3rd Position

Tejas Sharma, Govind Krishna

Consolation-1

Amay Garg

Consolation-2

Kanishk Bhati




‘Math O’ Magic’ Competition : Grade 1

Shapes and Patterns are the two noticeable attributes of the world around us. It is very important that our learners pick up these at an early age as it helps them to define and organize the diverse world they live in. To inculcate these skills in our young learners, Grade 1 organized ‘Math O’ Magic’ Competition on the theme of Republic Day and kite flying scene. The learners participated enthusiastically and amazed the facilitators with their amazing ideas.

Results


Section

Name of the student and result

A

Outstanding- Aradhya Lal

Excellent- Joyel Harit, Samaira Sarin

Good- Aanya, Avnika Gupta

B

Outstanding- Sanidhya Pathak

Excellent- Aviral Sharma

Good- Virat chaddha, Aleena Sarin

C

Outstanding- Vaani Kushwaha

Excellent- Arshika Garg, Yahvi Sapra

Good- Pratyaksh Tyagi and Ayansh Agarwal

D

Outstanding – Medhansh and Aryan bansal

Excellent – Amyra tyagi and Athrav garg

Good – Myra Agarwal

E

Outstanding- Nitya Garg

Excellent- Manasvi Sharma, Anugya Goel

Good- Kabir Malhotra, Savar Goel

F

Outstanding - Rushika Pandita

Excellent – Ayaan Abdullah Lodi, Anhadmeet S. Sandhu

Good – Vanya Marwah, Adit Singhal

G

Outstanding- Mannat Mahajan

Excellent- Tvisha Sharma , Archit Shukla

Good- Atharv Ghai, Kaashvi Singhal

H

Outstanding- Arshiya

Excellent- Aveer Bajaj, Sanvi Tomar

Good- Rayesha Singh, Arham Jain

I

Outstanding- Priyangna Sharma

Excellent- Ridit Jain

Good- Vivaan Singh, Bhumik, Pranav Kumar

J

Outstanding- Reyansh Malik

Excellent- Praanjavi S Rathore, Shaurya Yadav

Good- Shreyash Mishra and Panshul Goyal


Reading Engagement : Primary Wing

Children who read often become better learners, which leads to success in school and other areas of life. Reading is the foundation of learning, which motivates students to read books independently, develops creativity, critical thinking, vocabulary and the ability to express both verbally and in writing. It helps children to relate to their surroundings and real life situation. Thus, there is a need to create an enabling environment in which students read for pleasure and develop their skills through a process that is enjoyable and sustainable and which remains with them for life.

Students from Grades 3 to 5 dressed up as their favourite writer/ poet and read a story/poem of that character to the class.



NCC CADETS ATTEND B-CERTIFICATE CAMP

136th Combined Annual Training Camp is being conducted by 13 UP Girls Battalion at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad.

The cadets are participating in drills, weapon training, field craft and battlecraft sessions and sports activities. Camp Commandant Col. Deep Chand briefed the cadets about prospects of NCC.


Exchange Program with Canada: Grade 5

Today, the world is fast becoming a global village, with many countries enjoying a multicultural environment. Understanding different cultures promotes ample coexistence. To promote this, as part of the upcoming PYP Exhibition, the learners of Grade V had the opportunity to interact with Ms Cynthia Hadden from Canada, an Early Childhood Educator who is associated with an advocacy group to fight for accessible and quality childcare.

The presentation shared by Ms. Cynthia encompassed various elements of Canadian culture. She gave a glimpse into the tradition and cultural values of people of Canada with a special emphasis on child rearing methods.

The learners developed new perspectives and gained insights regarding multiculturalism. The session concluded with the understanding that ‘The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people.’




Indo German Collaboration : Grade 4

It was an exhilarating experience for grade 4 learners to culminate a cultural insight collaboration project in a virtual meet with students of Galileo Primary School, Stuttgart, Germany. Our students wrote letters to their German Pen pals describing about our Indian culture. We received their replies and they shared about their country and routine. Then we connected virtually. With warm multicultural greetings we had news reporters who reported about India, our singers sang patriotic songs followed by an enriching question answer session. German students sang German song and explained its meaning, talked about their special advent calendar, German car manufacturers and more. The German facilitators Ms. Madhu Feichtinger and Ms. Chantal Reschka supported and helped us successfully carry out this exchange.



750 Million Surya Namaskar

DPSG Meerut Road is wholeheartedly participating in the initiative taken by Ministry of Education, Govt of India under the banner Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav where the National Yogasana Sports Federation has decided to run a project of 750 million Surya Namaskar.

Here's the glimpse of our learners improving their focus, memory, and reducing anxiety and stress as they perform Surya namaskar regularly.



Republic Day Celebration : Grade 2

January 26th, a day when we all come together to celebrate our unity in diversity. A day when we showcase our culture , our strengths , our journey and cherish the sacrifices made by armed forces as One nation.

In DPSG Meerut Road, this special occasion was observed by the students of all grades with great fervor and enthusiasm. Grade 2 presented a special virtual assembly – Azaad Bharat to mark this day. There was a colourful compilation of hindi narrative, vibrant dance performances and interesting glimpses of various states through tableaux. The students represented various states of India viz Kashmir, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Kerala, Delhi beautifully. Our Principal Ma’am and HM ma’am also addressed the students and wished the whole DPSGM family and our wonderful students.




Republic Day Celebration : Starz

The little Starz of DPSG celebrated Republic Day with patriotic fervour A plethora of engagements were organized to infuse the spirit of unity and brotherhood. The learners presented soulful songs, dances and visual arts to salute the monumental day. They watched informative videos showcasing the significance of the day. The children spoke about historical monuments of different states. They were sensitized to preserve the rich cultural heritage of India .The facilitators inspired them to abide by the Indian Constitution and fulfill all their duties as responsible citizens.





REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

On the occasion of 73rd Republic Day, the student council of Delhi Public School, Meerut Road organized `Bharat Ki Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” a special virtual assembly. A glowing tribute was paid to Major Mohit Sharma, an alumnus of DPSG who was posthumously awarded the Ashoka Chakra, India's highest peace time military decoration.

Principal Ms. Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy hoisted the national flag and exhorted the students to be socially responsible and resilient citizens and contribute to making India a powerful nation.

The cultural programme and a resplendent dance performance showcased the diversified culture and dresses of different states. A thought-provoking skit, on the topic, “what if we didn’t have a constitution”, was presented by class 11 students. Thereafter, members of `Yuva Yodha’, a completely Youth managed organization enumerated on how they helped the underprivileged sections of the community during the pandemic with their generous contributions. The programme concluded with the rendition of the National anthem.


Republic Day Celebration : Primary Wing

“Saare Jaahan se Acchha Hindustan Hamara”.

DPSG celebrated the 73rd Republic Day with immense patriotic fervour and zeal through an online platform. A plethora of activities were organised to infuse the spirit of unity, brotherhood and patriotism among the students.

The students were also sensitised about the National Bravery Awards which are given to kids from all over India for their meritorious acts of bravery.The students of the Primary Department presented soulful songs and dance to celebrate the monumental day. They were shown informative videos, reiterating the importance of the Drafting Committee headed by Dr B.R. Ambedkar. The virtual celebration in all the classes, commenced with the address to the students by the school principal. She dedicated the celebration to the undying human spirit to triumph in the face of adversity and touched upon the measures being taken by the nation to help the citizens tide over the economic crises. She stressed the fact, that we have used the crisis as an opportunity to build on our strengths.




Cultural Exchange – India and Vietnam

“Let us raise ourselves from the narrow perspective of being a citizen of a particular country to global citizenship that is the greatest demand of modern world.”- Preeth Nambiar

Cultural Exchange is the greatest means to open up the vistas of human understanding. DPSG Grade V learners got an opportunity to participate in the virtual Cross Cultural Exchange Program with the learners of Vinschool Gardenia, Vietnam.

The virtual session started with an exchange of greeting notes like ‘Namaste’ and ‘Chao’ followed by an introduction of schools respectively. The session entailed discussion about the Lunar New Year which is one of the major celebrations in Vietnam and Holi, the upcoming festival in India.

Show and Tell activity, Breakout rooms discussion, Quiz rounds were the highlights of the session where our learners displayed self-confidence along with effective communication skills. To cultivate life long friendship, a family selfie was clicked at the end of the session.

This overarching exchange experience helped propel the learners at both ends to view the world with a different lens and towards acceptance and understanding of an array of different cultural and community perspective.


Expert Talk

It is often said that ‘The world should meet much more for exchange of ideas and to foster the understanding of cultural diversity. To facilitate this, as part of the upcoming PYP Exhibition, the learners of Grade V here at DPSG had the opportunity to interact with Ms Sangeetha Singh an activist from Australia, for a Cross-Cultural Exchange program. The main premise of this session was to foster intercultural competence by involving learners to cultivate an attitude of curiosity and open mindedness for difference and otherness.

This enriching and interactive session helped develop mutual understanding of each other’s way of life which then translates to promotion of International friendship and goodwill.



We understand! We apply! We innovate at DPSG!

Inventing our own Number System

Through the ages people have invented many different ways to name, write, and compute with numbers. Our current number system is based on place values corresponding to powers of ten. The PYP learners of grade 5 have developed their own number systems. In a student led inquiry on larger numbers they invented the number systems with different bases. The learners showcased exemplary level of the mathematical proficiency. They not only exhibited their conceptual understanding and procedural fluency but strategic planning to a great extent too.

Siddharth Singh and Avika Dua of Grade 5C have developed a “Special characters” number system with a base 6 where they have used all the special characters. Kartik Singh of Grade 5K has developed a “Square Dot “number system with base 5. Sanvi Garg of 5E is also working on her number system with base 6. They will be implementing and checking the feasibility of their number systems in the inquiry on basic operations soon. The counting, expanded notation and the place value chart of their number system are bound to take us to a world of creative and critical thinking.



Exuberant Expression- Solo Stage Performance

Rhyme recitation reflects the talent of young learners and boosts their confidence. DPSG Starz wing conducted solo stage performance ‘Exuberant Expression’ for grade Pre-Nursery on January 14 , 2022. The learners recited their favourite poems. The event was a stepping stone for the preschoolers to develop their social and communication skills. Parents applauded the kids whole heartedly for putting up an excellent show.


Lohri Celebration : Starz

Lohri festival offers a panorama of Indian culture. It was celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm in DPSG Starz on January 13,2022. The festive spree was brought by melodious vocals “Sunder Mundariye” and a vivacious folk dance by the students.

The significance of Lohri, that the festival ushers in joyous spring and bids adieu to the hard winter, was explained to the children by facilitators. The hallmark of the festival is bonfire. Offering peanuts, popcorn and jaggery snacks into it not only absorbed and assimilated the feeling but also proved to be reconciliation that submerged into all present there.



Computer Science Education Week

Amidst the ahaa moments of clearing challenges and ohho moments of failing in doing so, students of classes 1 to 5 learnt basics of coding through Hour Of Code 2021. As part of celebration of Computer Science Education Week, students engaged in one hour coding activities like Hello World, Artist and Save the Forests. They got certificates for their achievements in clearing all challenges.




LOGIQIDS MENTAL APTITUDE OLYMPIAD 2021-22

Dedication, determination and a quest for outdoing ourselves are the trademarks which have defined DPSG. The LogIQids Mental Aptitude Olympiad, 2021 -22 designed and conducted by LogIQids is a personalized learning platform for children from Sr KG to Class 9 to develop important 21st century skills like Problem Solving, Analytical Thinking, Verbal Reasoning, Spatial Reasoning, Creativity and Lateral Thinking. They conduct this one of its kind, International Mental Aptitude Olympiad every year with participation from schools in India and UAE. DPSG provides a rich platform to the students by giving them exposure to the opportunities across the country and overseas. Kudos to our students for their laudable performance in LogIQids Olympiads 2021-22. We, at DPSG are happy to share the first level result with you.

First level result of Logiquids International Olympiad

Sr.no

Student

Class

State Rank

International Rank

1

Namish Kapoor

Prep

1

1

2

Dhruven Sinha

Prep

2

2

3

Aadyant Srivastava

Prep

3

3

4

Nayomi Jain

Prep

3

3

5

Aachman Srivastava

Grade 1

1

1

6

Navya Bhatt

Grade 1

1

1

7

Ayansh Aggarwal

Grade 1

1

1

8

Vedansh Mathur

Grade 1

1

1

9

Vaanshi Goel

Grade 1

1

1

10

Abeer Gupta

Grade 1

1

1

11

Arham Jain

Grade 1

1

1

12

Anugya Goel

Grade 1

2

2

13

Nehal Gigras

Grade 1

2

2

14

Pranav Kumar

Grade 1

2

2

15

Advita Sahni

Grade 1

2

2

16

Kiansh Agarwal

Grade 1

2

2

17

Niharika Singh

Grade 1

3

3

18

Saanvi Arora

Grade 1

3

3

19

Sanvi Tomar

Grade 1

3

3

20

Savar Goel

Grade 1

3

3

21

Atishay Jain

Grade 1

3

3

22

Samriddhi Singhal

Grade 1

3

3

23

Khwahish Singh

Grade 1

3

3

24

Parth Aryan

Grade 1

3

3

25

Satvik Gola

Grade 1

3

3

26

Aarav Prabhakar

Grade 2

1

1

27

Ashmi Gupta

Grade 2

1

1

28

Hitika Rana

Grade 2

2

2

29

Suveera Bansal

Grade 2

3

3

30

Rithvi Rai

Grade 2

3

3

31

Kritika Arya

Grade 3

1

2

32

Shivansh Arora

Grade 3

1

2

33

Aarush Agarwal

Grade 3

2

3

34

Aarav Singhal

Grade 3

2

3

35

Ojas Jaiswal

Grade 3

2

3

36

Shashwat Bisariya

Grade 4

2

3

37

Prisha Kapoor

Grade 4

2

3

38

Prisha Kapur

Grade 5

1

1

39

Aarav Arora

Grade 5

2

3


Maths Week

"Mathematics possesses not only truth , but supreme beauty." Bertrand Russell

The importance of Mathematics has never been greater than now and for the foreseeable future. To commemorate Srinivasa Ramanujan’s Birth anniversary ‘Math Week’ was celebrated in Primary Wing to bring the students closer to the magic of numbers from 20th December to 24th December, 2021.The students excitedly took part in various activities and competitions which were meticulously planned by the teachers of the Maths department. The week was full of excitement as all the students enjoyed playing different quizzes and learning engagements based on mathematical concepts. The enthusiasm of the children was laudable even though the activities were conducted online.



Results


CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS

III A

I

Krishika Jain

II

Arnav Yadav

III

Shaurya Saxena

Cons.

Jalaj Shishodia

Cons.

Gauransh Vats

CLASS

III B

I

Angela Sarin

II

Swarnim

III

Namish Trehan

Cons.

Soumya Upadhya

Cons.

Sharanya

CLASS

III C

I

Ayansh Saxena

II

Arnav Saini

III

Sriya Mukherjee

Cons.

Aarohi Goyal

Cons.

Sharvi Jindal

CLASS

III D

I

Vihaan Sharma

II

Aryan Bhardwaj

III

Krishnika Gulati

Cons.

Isha Upadhyay

Cons.

Rishit jain

CLASS

III E

I

Agrima Jyesth

II

Manik Bhakhri

III

Aditya Mehta

Cons.

Dhruv Bhardwaj

Cons.

Navya Singh

CLASS

III F

I

Saadgi

II

Nihira

III

Tiara

Cons.

Navya Sharma

Cons.

Devanshi

CLASS

III G

I

Nayra

II

Aarvika Tyagi

III

Abhiraj Chaudhary 2

Cons.

Saiyanshi

Cons.

Ojas Jaiswal

CLASS

III H

I

Idhant Jain

II

Paridhi Agarwal

III

Manvik

Cons.

Shreshth Arora

Cons.

Aryaman Gupta

CLASS

III I

I

Ayansh Rawat

II

Sayansh Arora

III

Aarush Bharadwaj

Cons.

Ravneet kaur plaha

Cons.

Adhyayan Agarwal

CLASS

III J

I

Amaira Roy

II

Shaivi Singhal

III

Ipshita Gupta

Cons.

Dev Agarwal

Cons.

Samanyu Govind Pilania

Class IV


CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS 4A

I

Vihaan Garg

II

Madhav Kumar

III

Akshat Agarwal

Cons.

Prakhar Roy

Cons.

Samriddhi

CLASS 4B

I

Shreya Agarwal

II

Gitali Jain

III

Advik Mahajan

CLASS 4C

I

Samaika Garg

II

Riddha

III

Agrima Rai

Cons.

Jharvia

Cons.

Vihaan Jain

CLASS 4D

I

Shibhya Singh

II

Samaira Dhawan

III

Deepagam Singh Rehnu

Cons.

Vaishnavi Arora

Cons.

Advika Mittal

CLASS 4 E

I

Sanaisha Garg

II

Yuvakshi Shekhar

III

Nihal Singh Rangi

Cons.

Lavanya Gupta

CLASS 4F

I

Prisha Kapoor

II

Freya Agarwal

III

Harshit Nag

Cons.

Akshit Sharma

CLASS 4G

I

Aadya Singh

II

Vrinda Agarwal

III

Vanya Mittal

Cons.

Aaradhya Trivedi

Cons.

Swarit Singh

CLASS 4H

I

Onish Sharma

II

Aadya Garg, Armaan Gupta

III

Saahir Bhalla

Cons.

Yashika Katyal

Cons.

Vanika Gupta

CLASS 4I

I

Avyan Yadav

II

Mehak Agarwal

III

Saksham Garg

Cons.

Atharva Bhardwaj

Cons.

Srishti Goswami

CLASS 4J

I

Kaustubhi Singhal

II

Sukriti Tiwari

III

Arnika Garg

Cons.

Swastika Chaudhary

Cons.

Abhiraj Khutail


Class V


CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS 5A

I

Yojit Chopra

II

Saatvik Jain

III

Priyansh Jain

Cons.

Mayra Nangia

Cons.

Kavyansh Kumar Verma

CLASS 5B

I

Adhya Kumar

II

Atishay Jain

III

Vanya Arora

Cons.

Cons.

Navikkaa Mittal

Aarav Chaudhary

CLASS 5C

I

Aarav Gupta

II

Sanvi Gupta

III

Jiya

Cons.

Aryan Makkar

Cons.

Kashvi Garg

CLASS 5D

I

Shaurya Singhal

II

Viraj Yadav

III

Shourya Goel

Cons.

Yashveer Singh

Cons.

Samarth Kansal

CLASS 5E

I

Renaissance Pradhan

II

Saishsa Roy

III

Manasvi Raj

Cons.

Ashkit Aggarwal

Cons.

Kavya Gupta

CLASS 5F

I

Shrreya Sharma

II

Yash Puri

III

Antak Khullar

Cons.

Sihaan Chaudhary , Saanvi Jain

Cons.

Uplakshya Rashu

CLASS 5G

I

Garvit Garg

II

Devaansh Bhuyan

III

Adye Agarwal

Cons.

Navya Tara

Cons.

Ayansh Agarwal

CLASS 5H

I

Avika Mathpal

II

Aradhya Kaushik

III

Nikunj Nitin Singh

Cons.

Ishaanika Goel

Cons.

Vidushi Sharma

CLASS 5I

I

Soham Trivedi

II

Manaswani Tyagi

III

Atharv Mishra

Conso

Anad Bansal

Conso

Vaibhav Dwivedi

CLASS 5J

I

Veer Nehra

II

Daksh Bhardwaj

III

Agum Singhal

Cons.

Anjini Sagwal

Cons.

Trisha Jain

CLASS 5K

I

Harshita Gautam

II

Darshika Batra

III

Radhesh Mittal

Cons.

Tanishi Verma

Cons.

Aarav Gupta


Christmas Day Celebration : Primary Wing

Christmas is one of the most popular festivals, which is widely celebrated by people from different communities across the globe. As a part of the celebrations various intersection competitions were organised by the Primary Wing .To keep the spirit of Christmas alive during these Covid times Primary wing celebrated Christmas with great enthusiasm and optimism.

Christmas celebrations were in full swing as the school marked the day with a special assembly conducted by Class 4 students. The festive spirit was enjoyed by all. Students celebrated the day by exhibiting their talent through songs and dance performances. The day commenced by seeking the blessings of the Almighty and a special prayer. The atmosphere reverberated with prayer songs and melody of carols. Junior and senior students participated in games and activities enthusiastically.



Results

Class III


SECTION AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

SECTION -A

I

Rishika Sehgal

II

Anika Trikha

III

Aaradhya Srivastava

Cons.

Shaurya Saxena

Cons.

Aarush Agarwal

SECTION -B

I

Angela Sarin

II

Ashima Sharma

III

Namish Trehan

Cons.

Soumya Upadhyay

Cons.

Abhirath Tyagi

SECTION -C

I

Ishaan

II

Ayansh Saxena

III

Samaira Makkar

Cons.

Arnav Saini

Cons.

Arohi Goyal

SECTION -D

I

Dhruv Singhal

II

Rishit Jain

III

Sikander Tyagi

Cons.

Kritika Arya

Cons.

Devyaan Singh

SECTION -E

I

Agrima Jyesth

II

Akshita Singhal

III

Pranavat Singh

Cons.

Navya Singh

Cons.

Dhruv Bharadwaj

SECTION -F

I

Nihira Kansal

II

Yugraj Bhati

III

Rudranshi Sharma

Cons.

Tiara Gupta

Cons.

Parv Verma

SECTION -G

I

Ojas Jaiswal

II

Abhiraj Chaudhary

III

Nayra Garg

Cons.

Aarvika Tyagi

Cons.

Saiyanshi Singh

SECTION -H

I

Aradhya Dua

II

Aadya Jain

III

Aradhya Gupta

Cons.

Shlok Himanshu

Cons.

Idhant Jain

SECTION -I

I

Sayansh Arora

II

Saaransh Gupta

III

Adhyayan Agarwal

Cons.

Vihaan Arora

Cons.

Rudransh Yadav

SECTION J

I

Manya Kaushik

II

Mudit Dhaiya

III

Amaira Roy

Cons.

Shaivi Singhal

Cons.

Agniva Mandal

Class V

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS VA

I

Atharva Sharma

II

Kashika Nagar

III

Anjika Verma

Cons.

Aviral Chaudhary

Cons.

Aditya Mittal

CLASS VB

I

Tanishka Bhatnagar

II

Vanya Arora

III

Aarav Chaudhary

Cons.

Advika Garg

Cons.

Aarnav Goyat

CLASS VC

I

Aryan Makkar

II

Maira Mody

III

Aarush Gupta

Cons.

Aarna Srivastava

Cons.

Gaurvi Arora

CLASS VD

I

Apratim Bose

II

Aakriti Grewal

III

Shaurya Singhal

Cons.

Aryaman Vijh

Cons.

Ashwath Raghav

CLASS VE

I

Pahal Bansal

II

Kritika Bajaj

III

Vatsal Sharma

Cons.

Anika Patel

Cons.

Shivanshi Das

CLASS VF

I

ARTH GOYAL

II

PAHAL KAPOOR

III

GAURISH K. TYAGI

Cons.

ARHAM JAIN

Cons.

RANVEERR SINGH SALUJA

CLASS VG

I

Gauravi Singh

II

Adye Agarwal

III

Raghav Tyagi

Cons.

Devaansh Bhuyan

Cons.

Hirdyansh Tyagi

CLASS VH

I

Trisha Makhija

II

Advaya Arora

III

Rishi kapoor

Cons.

Agrim Agarwal

Cons.

Aarush Kumar Verma

CLASS VI

I

Yamini Mishra

II

Arnav Mahendru

III

Bhavya Gupta

Cons.

Parnvi Gupta

Cons.

Zavi Kalra, Yuvaan Goel

CLASS VJ

I

SABHYATA SURI

II

AHAAN KESHAV DHINGRA

III

DAKSH BHARDWAJ

Cons.

YASH GUPTA

Cons.

AAVYA, AARUSH JAISWAL

CLASS VK

I

Adya Panwar

II

Darshika Batra

III

Tanishi Verma

Cons.

Aanan Aggarwal

Cons.

Mahreen Zahra


Christmas Day Celebration : Grade 2

Christmas is the festival to celebrate the great teachings of Jesus Christ, to live with harmony and love, to share and help the poor and needy. To cultivate these teachings in our young learners, the students of Grade II narrated the stories from the life of Jesus Christ.




Result

Story Narration- Christmas

Grade 2- Session: 2021-22


Section

Name of the student and result

A

Outstanding- Yuvraj Gupta

Excellent- Avni Tyagi, Veeraj Singh Kaushik,

Good- Pranav Mahajan, Rishaan Malhotra

B

Outstanding- Preha Yadav, Rithvi Rai

Excellent- Anusha Bansal, Suveera Bansal

Good- Mishika Tyagi

C

Outstanding- Mishka Rana

Excellent- Vanya Chaudhary

Good- Ayaan Arora

D

Outstanding – Atharva Srivastava

Excellent – Raghav Shukla

Good – Anika Gupta , Anubhav Mittal , Ridhima Gunj

E

Outstanding- Lavanya Sethi

Excellent- Kavya Kapoor, Anika Kumari,

Good- Ashutosh Agarwal

F

Outstanding – Nihika Sharma

Excellent – Nihit Arora, Hitika Tyagi

Good – Ishanvi Varshney, Avika Gupta

G

Outstanding- Avyaan Gupta

Excellent- Paakhi Dixit

Good- Tanaya Singh, Shourya Manas, Akshat Yadav

H

Outstanding- Sara Zaidi

Excellent- Swadha Shekhar

Good- Aarna Asmi

I

Outstanding- Anwesha Pandey

Excellent- Avika Sinha

Good- Sanvi Tyagi, Kyra Agarwal, Anaya Jain

J

Outstanding- Aanya Garg

Excellent- Sanvi Jain, Shaurya Jain

Good- Vanshita Khandelwal, Varchaswa Tripathi

K

Outstanding- Avika Aggarwal

Excellent- Tanishka Seth

Good- Sanvi Thakur, Aranya Sharma


Chairman’s Cup - Cricket and Chess Championship

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Meerut Road hosted the 1st ‘Chairman’s Cup - Cricket and Chess Championship’ on Thursday, December16, 2021 at 9:30 AM in the school playground. The opening ceremony was graced by Mr Rakesh Mishra, President, District Cricket Association and Mr Abhishek Chaudhary Deputy Mayor, Ghaziabad. A colourful dance performance by the young troupe of dancers added vigour to the event.

The aim of Chairman’s Cup is to encourage the players to imbibe the spirit of camaraderie, cooperation and sportsmanship. The tournament will see all the DPSGS groups of schools compete with each other with grit and gumption to emerge victorious and claim the prestigious trophy.

The Multidisciplinary Sports Championship was declared open by Principal, Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy.

The event was telecasted live on DPSG Meerut Road Facebook Page.



S3 Project

Taking the legacy of community outreach and social wellbeing forward, DPSG MR, in association with its Alumni, proudly launched the Stage 2 of S3 - Segregation, Sustainability and Swachhata with the noble goal of cleanliness and sanitation in the city and nearby areas. DPSG, in association with Youth Network, run by DPSG Alumni, strives towards making a change in the society and beyond.

A special event was organized at DPSG MR to commemorate the launch of Stage 2 on December 14, 2021. The event was graced by Mr Ankit Sharma, Joint Secretary, Youth Network, Mr. Nirmay Gupta, Alumni 2020 batch and executive member Youth Network and Mr Mukunj, Executive Member , Youth Network. The esteemed guests enlightened the students about the importance of Waste Segregation and Disposal.

The project aims at involving students of Kavi Nagar and Shastri Nagar areas to participate wholeheartedly towards the success of this project.

Principal, Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy exhorted the students to make Swachhata a way of life and help make Ghaziabad a clean and green city.





Ask an Expert

DPSG Starz Wing conducted a thematic engagement ‘Ask an Expert’ for grade Nursery during Unit of Inquiry ‘How We Organize Ourselves’. The learners interacted with community helpers- policeman, scientist and teacher who talked about their profession and showed their tools too. It was a very enriching session for children.



Human Rights Day Celebration

Human Rights Day is celebrated annually across the world on 10th December every year. The students of Classes 3, 4 & 5 from Primary Wing celebrated Human Rights Day to sensitize people around, of the various rights that are needed for leading a dignified life . Various competitions like poster making and slogan writing were organized.

It gave out a strong message that it is US who have to protect rights as every right comes with a silent corresponding duty attached to it. These activities not only helped students gain substantial amount of information, it also helped them develop other essential skills like collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication. The entire exercise gave them a feeling of achievement and also gave them simple and effective tools to tackle global issues.


Class III Result

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS 3 A

I

Krishika Jain

II

Atharv Chaudhary

III

Aarush Agarwal

Cons.

Ritisha Jawa

Cons.

Arhaan Khatri

CLASS 3 B

I

Anvi Shishodia

II

Shatarchi Rastogi

III

Alankrit Chaudhary

Cons.

Saanvi Anand

Cons.

Swarnim Kaushik

CLASS 3 C

I

Arnav Saini

II

Ayansh Saxena

III

Sriya Mukherjee

Cons.

Samaira

Cons.

Aarohi Goyal

CLASS 3 D

I

Rishit Jain

II

Adhya Upadhyay

III

Amritaya Thakur

Cons.

Chaitanya Sharma

Cons.

Vidhi Chauhan

CLASS 3 E

I

Aditya Mehta

II

Sidhant Singh

III

Diksha Singh

Cons.

Vidharv Yadav

Cons.

Yana Jain

CLASS 3 F

I

Aadhya Tyagi

II

Viraj

III

Yashvardhan

Cons.

Yashaswi

Cons.

Anurag

CLASS 3 G

I

Nayra

II

Aarna Mishra

III

Saanvi Mangal

Cons.

Kunj Gupta

Cons.

Swara Gurjar

CLASS 3 H

I

Aaradhya Gupta

II

Manvik

III

Shreshth Arora

Cons.

Hiral Goel

Cons.

Aradhya Dua

CLASS 3 I

I

Adhyayan Agarwal

II

Ravneet Kaur Plaha

III

Saaransh Gupta

Cons.

Ayushmaan Khandoori

Cons.

Ayansh Rawat

CLASS 3 J

I

Amaira Roy

II

Avya Kansal

III

Shivansh Garg

Cons.

Mudit Dhayia

Cons.

Lavnik Gupta

Class IV Result

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS 4A

I

Mihika Sehgal

II

Anant Garg

III

Arnav Chaudhary

Cons.

Nihal Singh

Cons.

Aarna Yadav

CLASS 4B

I

Advik Mahajan

II

Vivaan Mahendru

III

Madhav Gupta

Cons.

Siddhi Gupta

CLASS 4C

I

Anika Jain

II

Sankalp Srivastava

III

Avisha Barnwal

Cons.

Arjun Mehra

Cons.

Armaan CHAUDHARY

CLASS 4D

I

Anirudh Pandey

II

Aditya Dagar

III

Yuvraj Agarwal

Cons.

Mishka Mittal

Cons.

Hridhaan Saxena

CLASS 4E

I

Sanaisha Garg

II

Lavanya Gupta

III

Aaradhya Agarwal

Cons.

Anushka Gupta

Cons.

Yuvakshi Shekhar

CLASS 4F

I

Harshit Nag

II

Devansh Mittal

III

Pratyush Vaidya

Cons.

Kabir Malik

Cons.

Mohd. Ayaan

CLASS 4G

I

Aarnav Singh

II

Parth Varshney

III

Maira Arora

CLASS 4H

I

Aarush Sharma

II

Armaan Gupta

III

Aaron Bhardwaj

CLASS 4I

I

Rhea Agarwal

II

Ayansh Jain

III

Anindya Singh, Yashaswi Chauhan

Cons.

Pragati Jaiswal

CLASS 4J

I

Shikhar Patel

II

Swastika Chaudhary

III

Raghav Yadav

Cons.

Arnika Garg

Class V Result

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

CLASS VA

I

Manvi Mishra

II

Swara Agarwal

III

Aarav Bansal

Cons.

Ayra Bhasin

Cons.

Atharva Sharma

CLASS VB

I

Siya Singh Sikarwar

II

Atishay Jain

III

Navya Gupta

Cons.

Aarav Raheja

Cons.

Navikkaa Mittal

CLASS VC

I

Avika Dua

II

Ayushi Singh

III

Jiya Mittal

Cons.

Siddharth Singh

Cons.

Priyansh Sanghwan

CLASS VD

I

Viraj Yadav

II

Kia Kapoor

III

Anjika Garg

Cons.

Apoorv Bindlish

Cons.

Aryaman Vijh

CLASS VE

I

Vatsal Sharma

II

Manasvi Raj

III

Kavya Gupta

Cons.

Kritika Bajaj

Cons.

Saisha Roy

CLASS VF

I

Saanvi Jain

II

Shreeya Sharma

III

Arham Jain

Cons.

Pahal Kapoor

Cons.

Yash Puri

CLASS VG

I

Adye Agarwal

II

Devaansh Bhuyan

III

Ayansh Agarwal

Cons.

Prisha Srivastava

Cons.

Aarshiya Batla

CLASS VH

I

Ishaanika Goel

II

Avika Mathpal

III

Trisha Makhija

Cons.

Rishi Kapoor

Cons.

Rishita Arora

CLASS VI

I

Hitee Singh

II

Darsh Tavatia

III

Anad Bansal

Cons.

Manaswani Tyagi, Alankar Varshney

Cons.

Soham Trivedi

CLASS VJ

I

Trisha Jain

II

Sabhyata Suri

III

Daksh Bhardwaj

Cons.

Aavya

Cons.

Tanmay Sharma

CLASS VK

I

Harshita Gautam

II

Akhil Chaubey

III

Arshika Akhtar

Cons.

Aarush Garg

Cons.

Banashree Chakraborty


CREATAL 2021

Change can create beautiful things. Embrace it and realize all the new possibilities it has to offer.” -Chris Richardson

The world is a challenging place that instills growth through change, alteration, transformation, and revolution. The month of December unfurled the creative fervour in one and all at DPSG Meerut Road. An online Inter-School competition ‘CREATAL 2021’, was organized by DPSG Meerut Road on 4th December 2021. The competitions were open for children from grade Nursery to 5 in different categories. The school was a witness to the myriads of activities that was conducted for the juniors in Creatal 21-22 , an amalgamation of creativity and talent. The competitions were a fusion of talent, imagination, creativity and alertness. The students had to create something new and fresh and spill the imagination by recreating, restyling and remodeling the World in context to Past & Present. Spontaneity and confidence were the hallmark of the Inter School Fest. The students left everyone awe-struck as they presented their talent so immaculately and effortlessly.

DPSG family is proud of the tremendous efforts and achievements of all the students and wishes them all the best for their future endeavours. May all the success that has come their way lead them to bigger achievements in the years to come. Congratulations!


Results





Guru Parv Celebration : Starz

Serenity and calmness floated in the air with the beautiful humming of the ‘Shabads’ in DPSG while celebrating Guru Parv on 18 November, 2021. A special assembly was organized by Starz wing wherein the parents narrated motivating incidents from the life of Guru Nanak Dev . The children came dressed in traditional Sikh attire and presented a beautiful dance and offered obeisance to Indian culture which certainly enlightened everyone with the solemnity of the festival.




Diwali Celebration : Starz

'The festival of lights' comes alive when India wears a festive look with Diyas and lanterns adorning each corner. Diwali empowers us to commit ourselves to good deeds and brings us closer to divinity.

To spread the scent of incense sticks in the air, DPSG celebrated Diwali on 2 November, 2021and invited parents to participate enthusiastically in a spellbinding event ‘Swar Bandish’ to present holy Chaupai ,Doha or Chhand . During a week’s celebration the children narrated the stories of Dhanteras, Diwali, Govardhan and Bhai Dooj along with their parents. The children dressed up in traditional attires, spoke anti-cracker slogans and recited theme related rhymes. They decorated Diyas and lanterns to add perfect hue to the festivity. Every heart mingled with the sound of exultation to wish each other a gleaming and blessed Diwali.









तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय

Deepawali is a festival that illuminates both the Earth and the Sky as well as brings joy, peace, harmony and brotherhood to our lives. On this day India transcends into a land of myriad lamps. This festival of lights has all the charm, grandeur and splendor that can even brighten our minds and hearts.

To spread lights of happiness around, a special Diwali assembly was conducted by the students of Class 3, DPSG. Students presented a skit through which the importance of Diwali was highlighted. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and hope over despair. Children decorated diyas with colours and glitter. They participated with full enthusiasm in dancing, singing, retelling the popular folklore and spreading the message of love, joy and humanity.



TD Week Celebrations : Primary Wing

As part of the school curriculum, students were in for a treat during Offline and Virtual TD Week celebrations which lasted from 25th October to 29th October. The week-long event for Classes 3,4 & 5 was organised to demonstrate the importance and relevance of science to the future development of our society and economy. The young PYP learners developed skills in scientific temper, attitudes, and values such as open mindedness and intellectual honesty. Students across grade levels had a wonderful time exploring their scientific aptitudes by participating in different hands-on activities. Each student had the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the field of science and technology. Taking part with vigour and enthusiasm, they acquired understanding of scientific concepts, principles and laws, through fun-filled activities and interesting online quizzes facilitated by the Faculty.


VIGILANCE AWARENESS WEEK 2021 ASSEMBLY

“The foundation stones for a balanced success are honesty, character, integrity, faith, love and loyalty.”

The Vigilance Awareness Week 2021 was observed from October 26- November 1 across India to promote integrity in public life and achieve a corruption free society.

To mark the occasion, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad conducted a special assembly for class VIII to sensitize students about the various wrong practices like corruption and dishonesty prevailing in the society and how one should be vigilant. The objective of the assembly was to encourage students to uphold the ideals of honesty and integrity and make them responsible citizens of India.




Diwali Celebrations : Primary Wing

Diwali, the festival of lights which literally means an ‘array of lights’ was celebrated with love, colours and glitter in Primary Wing at DPSG. Diwali celebrations at the junior school, illuminated everyone’s heart with joy and fervor. Teachers explained the importance of Diwali, the festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Children decorated diyas, bandhan war and made elegant lanterns. Students participated enthusiastically , with full vigour and vibrance, resonating with the festive energy, pledging to take up their moral and ethical responsibility of not burning crackers and contributing towards a healthy and progressive future for everybody. The entire block was resplendent with lovely Diwali decorations.




Result of

Candeel Making Competition (offline)

Grade 1- Session: 2021-22

NAME

POSITION

SECTION

AARAV GARG

I

1 B

SHREYAS MISHRA

I

1 J

AYANSH AGARWAL

I

1 C

EKANSH KAUSHISH

II

1 D

DRISTHI PERIWAL

II

1 J

ARNAV RAHEJA

II

1 I

KEERAT KHANDUJA

III

1 B

DAKSH GUPTA

III

1 J

ANAYA GOEL

III

1 E

AYAAN PANCHAL

CONSOLATION

1 D

AVIKA GOEL

CONSOLATION

1 D

AARUSH DHUPAR

CONSOLATION

1 A

SEONA SINGH

CONSOLATION

1 A

SAANVI TOMAR

CONSOLATION

1 H

ABEER MAHENDRA

CONSOLATION

1 C

RESULT OF

DIYA DECORATION COMPETITION (OFFLINE)

GRADE 2 - SESSION: 2021-22

NAME

POSITION

SECTION

ANANYA BANSAL

I

2 H

ANANT GUPTA

I

2 B

SOURISH AGARWAL

II

2 H

VANYA MONGA

II

2 B

ANUSHA BANSAL

III

2 H

PREHA YADAV

III

2 B

VIRAJ UPADAYAY

CONSOLATION

2 A

RAKSHIT TYAGI

CONSOLATION

2 C

Result of

DIYA DECORATION COMPETITION (OFFLINE)

Grade 3 - Session: 2021-22

NAME

POSITION

SECTION

SWARNIM KAUSHIK

I

3 B

NIHIRA KANSAL

I

3 F

YASHASHVI TYAGI

II

3 F

AAROHI GOEL

II

3 A

NISHTHA SHARMA

III

3 I

AARUSH AGARWAL

III

3 A

SAMIKA SINGHAL

CONSOLATION

3 I

AADHYA TYAGI

CONSOLATION

3 F

EVANYA SINGHAL

CONSOLATION

3 G

DEV AGARWAL

CONSOLATION

3 J

Result of

DIYA DECORATION COMPETITION (OFFLINE)

Grade 4 - Session: 2021-22

NAME

POSITION

SECTION

SAMAIKA GARG

I

4 C

SANAISHA GARG

I

4 E

LUV AGARWAL

II

4 G

VIVAAN MAHENDRU

II

4 B

MANYA KAKKAR

III

4 C

ADITYA VATS

III

4 E

MAULIK SINGH

CONSOLATION

4 F

KASHIKA YADAV

CONSOLATION

4 J

ADVIK MAHAJAN

CONSOLATION

4 B

MISHKA MITTAL

CONSOLATION

4 D

Result of

BANDHANWAR DECORATION COMPETITION (OFFLINE)

Grade 5 - Session: 2021-22

NAME

POSITION

SECTION

UTKARSH SINGH

I

5 J

AARUSH KANSAL

I

5 H

AARAV RAHEJA

II

5 B

GAAYATRI CHAUDHARY

II

5 D

PRISHA KAPUR

III

5 F

AANYA AGARWAL

III

5 C

SIDDHI SINGH

CONSOLATION

5 H

ATHARV MISHRA

CONSOLATION

5 I

MANSI YADAV

CONSOLATION

5 E

AYUSHI SINGH

CONSOLATION

5 C


Starz Reopening

‘Its time to be on swings,

It’s time to play,

It’s time to have fun with friends and teachers

It’s time to connect again ……………………’

DPSG Starz has prepared a packet of joyful learning by reopening the school and welcoming students for classroom connect.

To open this packet encompassing developmental skills and diverse needs of young children, the journey of holistic growth began from 26 October, 2021 in accordance with the Covid protocols.

It is an immense pleasure to share happy moments that made the learners comfortable in the warm and loving surroundings with their classmates and teachers.






Wellness Delegate Program

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized a two-day Wellness Delegate Program on 11th and 12th of October 2021 themed Mental Health in an Unequal World: Cultivating Communication, in collaboration with Expressions India. Dr. Jitendra Nagpal, Program Director of Expressions India graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.

Dr Jitendra Nagpal, in his address, spoke about the importance of the Adolescent Education Program (AEP). He reiterated that AEP is a significant initiative that aims to empower the adolescents to make informed choices, develop healthy attitudes and inculcate skills so that they are able to respond to real life situations in positive and responsible ways.

Principal, Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy, in her address, welcomed the Chief Guest and delegates from more than 18 schools across India. She opined that a sound mental health contributes towards the holistic development of an individual. She further shared the information with the participants about a well-structured wellness committee constituted at DPSG with the objective of ensuring psychological and emotional wellbeing of students. The wellness committee comprises of School Counsellors, Teachers and specially appointed Wellness Student Delegates who are responsible for maintaining and encouraging a conducive environment where the focus is on socio-emotional development of all the students.

The event spread awareness about the importance of ensuring mental wellbeing and emphasized that reducing mental health disparity warrants the most urgent and committed public health effort of our generation. The event highlighted various mental health inequalities present in the society, and how the process of communication helps in overcoming these inequalities. The wellness delegates of different schools presented their thoughts and perspective through different activities like Page turner, spoof, anecdotes, impatica, poesy and dodgers. School Counsellors Ms.Ria Yadav, Dr. Sumedha Lamba and their team of wellness delegates worked hard to make this event a huge success.

International Day of Non-Violence

An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.” — Mahatma Gandhi

2nd October is observed as the International Day of Non-Violence. On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, DPSG conducted a special celebration to commemorate the teachings and towering personality of Mahatma Gandhi Ji on his birth anniversary. To mark the auspicious day they prepared a special session on patriotism and remembered the pre-independence freedom struggle and Mahatma Gandhi’s contribution by his non-violent methods. Students of Classes 3, 4 & 5 paid a creative homage to Gandhi Ji by making thoughtful bookmarks, participating in JAM Session, designing posters and maintaining cleanliness in and around their house.



Class IV Results

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

4A

1ST Position

Saksham Attrey

2nd Position

Ekam Kaur

3rd Position

Anant Garg

Consolation-1

Aarnav Chaudhary

Consolation-2

Aradhya Dua

4B

1ST Position

Virat Singh, Vivaan Mahendru

2nd Position

Gitali Jain, Vrishti Agarwal

3rd Position

Aum Mokshda Goel

Consolation-1

Amulya Kanare

Consolation-2

Advik Mahajan

4C

1ST Position

Raaisha Goel

2nd Position

Armaan Chaudhary

3rd Position

Bhavya Pandey, Anika Goel

Consolation-1

Madhav Vats

Consolation-2

Anika Jain

4D

1ST Position

Deepagam Singh Rehnu

2nd Position

Kanha Kartikey Dubey

3rd Position

Aryan Dhama

Consolation-1

Manvik Gupta

Consolation-2

Naitik Jain

4E

1ST Position

Varnika Anand

2nd Position

Aaradhya Agarwal

3rd Position

Aarav Kumar

Consolation-1

Harshit Nagar

Consolation-2

Sanaisha Garg , Ayushman

4F

1ST Position

Harshit Nag

2nd Position

Prisha Kapoor

3rd Position

Maulik Singh

Consolation-1

Saatvik Chaturvedi

Consolation-2

Megha Singh Baswan

4G

1ST Position

Mihika, Luv Agarwal

2nd Position

Aarnav Singh, Shivi Moral

3rd Position

Divyansh Sharma

Consolation-1

Granth Tyagi

Consolation-2

Aaradhya Raj Singh

4H

1ST Position

Aarush Sharma

2nd Position

Aryash Somvanshi,Yashika Katyal

3rd Position

Onish Sharma,Pallash Garg

Consolation-1

Aakarsha Thakur

Consolation-2

Armaan Gupta

4I

1ST Position

Ayansh Jain

2nd Position

Rhea Agarwal

3rd Position

Devanshi Das, Shashwat Bisariya

Consolation-1

Angad Singh Chauhan

Consolation-2

Avyan Yadav

4J

1ST Position

Abhimanyu Chaudhary

2nd Position

Govind Krishna

3rd Position

Amay Garg

Consolation-1

Ridhima Sharma

Consolation-2

Arjun Singh

Class III Results

CLASS AND POSITION

NAME OF THE STUDENT

III-A

1st Position

Shaurya Saxena

2nd Position

Aaradhy Tyagi

3rd Position

Aarush Agarwal

Consolation 1

Aaradhya Srivastava

Consolation 2

Aarav Chugh

III-B

1st Position

Yashvi Bhardwaj

2nd Second Position

Anvi Shishodia

3rd Third Position

Anya Dixit

Consolation-1

Saras Kaushik

Consolation-2

Vedic Vashishtha

III-C

1st position

Ayansh Saxena

2nd position

Vaanya Gupta

3rd position

Vivaan Agarwal

Consolation-1

Sharvi Jindal

Consolation-2

Arnav Saini

III-D

1st position

Rishit Jain

2nd position

Aahana Sharma

3rd position

Dhruv Singhal

Consolation-1

Kritika Arya

Consolation-2

Yashvi

III-E

1st position

Aastha Patra

2nd position

Aaradhya Kumar

3rd position

Aditya Mehta

Consolation-1

Navya Singh

Consolation-2

Siddhant Singh

III-F

1st position

Reyansh Gupta

2nd position

Nihira Kansal

3rd position

Madhav Kumar

Consolation-1

Viraj Kandra

Consolation-2

Aadhya Tyagi

III-G

1st position

Nyra

2nd position

Saanvi Mangal

3rd position

Akshita Verma

Consolation-1

Ojas Jaiswal

Consolation-2

Naman Raj

III-H

1st position

Shlok Himanshu

2nd position

Sachnoor Kaur

3rd position

Samradh Sharma

Consolation-1

Aradhya Dua

Consolation-2

Aryaman Gupta

III-I

1st position

Arush Bansal

2nd position

Arul Agarwal

3rd position

Sabhay Singh

Consolation-1

Sayansh Arora

Consolation-2

Saarash Gupta



International Day for Older Persons: Starz

The golden way is to be friends with the world and to regard the whole human family as one. - Mahatma Gandhi

DPSG Starz celebrated ‘Gandhi Jayanti’ along with ‘International Day for Older Persons’ on 1 October, 21. The teachers invited the grandparents of the students with their grandchildren to share an anecdote/ poem / song/ teaching from the life of Mahatma Gandhi who has impacted humanity to its core with his doctrine of non-violence and peace.



PLANTATION DRIVE

Fostering environmental sensitivity and imbuing the love for nature and wildlife in our students is the need of the hour. DPSG Meerut Road in association with the District Forest Department, Ghaziabad organized a plantation drive on October 1, 2021 as a part of the ongoing ‘Vanya Prani Saptah’ celebration. The programme was graced by Mr Ashutosh Pandey, SDO, Ms Diksha Bhandari, District Forest Officer, Mr Ashok Gupta, Forest Ranger Ghaziabad and Ms Yogita Singh, Project Officer. Ms Yogita Singh enlightened the students regarding the burning issues of ‘Wildlife Protection and Water Conservation’. Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy, Principal Delhi Public School Ghaziabad MR welcomed the guests and apprised them of the various initiatives the school has taken to express its deep commitment towards creating a sustainable future. She appealed to the students to take the lead in maintaining the precious natural resources. The students took out a rally carrying thought provoking placards and posters. This was followed by a plantation drive in and around the school premises. The school believes that such small steps will go a long way in accomplishing the great and noble feat of sustainable development and environmental conservation.



Gandhi Jayanti Celebration : Grade 1

"If we want to reach real peace in the world, we should start educating children." -Mahatama Gandhi

On the occasion of 153rd Birth Anniversary of the father of nation, Grade1 organised ‘Just a minute competition’ under the title “Mahatama in Me”. The aim behind this competition was to imbibe the teachings and learnings of Mahatama Gandhi ji our young learners. Learners talked about how the teachings of Gandhi ji can bring change in one’s life. During their presentations they emphasised on the principles like Ahimsa, truthfulness, honesty and equality.


Special Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti

We celebrate Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October every year in remembrance of our beloved Father of Nation. We recall his struggles for getting us free India and pay our heartfelt tribute to Gandhi ji for all his sacrifices made for the country.

To revere this day Student Council Members of Primary Wing conceptualized and presented a Special Assembly on account of Gandhi Jayanti.

Our students actively prepared speeches, poems, songs and a short skit on the life of Mahatma Gandhi. All of these were showcased to all the students and teachers of the school through Live Online Virtual Asssembly on 1st October. Young DPSGiites were imbued with Gandhian values and thoughts and vowed to became berths citizens of India and this World.

HM Primary Wing Ms Suprita Dutta also encouraged the students to contribute their part of life for good social cause and by being a responsible citizen of the country.



Yellow Colour Day : Starz

The “Yellow Day” celebration is a wonderful learning engagement which helped children to understand the concept of primary colour. Pre- Nursery children of DPSG celebrated ‘Yellow Colour Day’ on 28 September. All the little angles dressed up beautifully in yellow and decorated related corner at home. They enjoyed printing activity on a smiley. It was an amazing learning experience which had a long lasting effect on each student.



Spin-A-Thought Competition
“Words have the power to make things happen.”
Inter-section Spin-A-Thought Competition was organized by DPSG on September 24, 2021. The competition provided an opportunity to the effervescent speakers of class IX to word their thoughts and voice their views on various aspects of TECHNOLOGY. The students put their points across with utmost poise and confidence. All the participants were students with equal caliber and potential but in the end, some stood out shining brighter than the others. Jigyasa Chuphal from IX-I bagged the first position; Ishaan Varoon from IX-K secured the second position; while the third position went to Aditi Bhardwaj from IX-I. Ms. Pooja Jindal and Ms. Samreen Raza graced the occasion with their presence as guest judges. The plethora of opinions served in the competition indeed opened up new perspective.



7th INTER SCHOOL IT FEST- INFINITUS at DPSG Meerut Road
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Meerut Road organized the 7th INTER SCHOOL IT FEST- INFINITUS to provide an opportunity to learners to showcase their technological and scientific skills.
The mega event commenced with Invocation Dance praying to the Almighty to remove all hurdles bringing in peace and prosperity for humanity. Ms. Meenakshi Oberoi, MIE Master Trainer, Apple Teacher, HP Education Ambassador graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The Alumni who were Committee heads played a significant role in making this event a great success.
The myriad events in the fest were held online focusing on Internet of Things. The enthusiastic participants unfurled their abilities and won accolades by participating in various competitions.
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Meerut Road was the overall winner but being the host school, DPSG Meerut road handed over title to the first runner-up G D Goenka Public School, Vasant Kunj.
Principal, Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy, applauded the efforts of the budding tech-wiz and their mentors. The programme concluded with the proposal of vote of thanks by the Headmistress Senior Secondary Wing, Ms Suparna Krishnan.



Intersection Debate Competition : Class X
‘Debating is the only key to open the door of scrutinization, lest the door of ignorance is wide open.’
The Intersection Debate Competition organized by DPSG on September 15,2021 provided a platform to the vivacious speakers of class X to opine their thoughts and voice their views. The captivating, cogent and evidence backed arguments followed by the enthralling rebuttal round were, undoubtedly unparalleled. The topic for the debate ‘United Nations is the world’s greatest mechanism for securing harmony’ gave ample opportunity to the participants to unravel their cognitive as well as linguistic skills. In this wordily contestation, Manya Mehendiratta from X-E bagged the first position, Kunal from X-E secured the second position while the third position was shared by Yash Krishna from X-B and Ishita Singhal from X-C. This war of words was, indeed, a kaleidoscope of opinions, thoughts, ideas and perspectives.



हिंदी हमारी ताकत है, हिंदी एक विरासत है।
14 सितम्बर, 1949 को राजभाषा के पद पर आसीन हुई हिन्दी हमारी संस्कृति और हमारे व्यक्तित्व का दर्पण है। अपनी भाषा में अभिव्यक्ति हमें पूर्णता प्रदान करती है। अतः विद्यार्थियों के सर्वांगीण विकास के लिए सदैव तत्पर डीपीएसजी के सैकेन्डरी संकाय में हिन्दी दिवस पर कार्यक्रमों की श्रृंखला आयोजित की गयी, जिनके परिणाम इस प्रकार हैं-

Class

Topic

Position

Name

6

Poetry-

1

ADWITIYA KASHYAP 6K

2

AVRITI GUPTA-6F

3

SHIVALI THAKUR-6D

Conso.

TANISHKA UPADHYAY-6G

7

Poetry

1

Prishita Verma-7J

2

Riddhi Ahuja -7F

3

Arnav Tyagi-7D

Conso.

Aditya Mishra -7E

8

Speech

1

Vanshika Agarwal 8H

2

Krisha Kapoor 8 I

3

Pragya Pandey 8 K

Conso.

Misha Kapoor 8 J

9

Paragraph

1

Niharika 9 I

2

Navya Mittal 9 H

3

Arnav Sharma 9 D

Conso.

Yuvika Srivastava 9 B

10

Short Story

1

Bavya Bansal 10 I

2

Shubhanka Tiwari 10 J

3

Prisha Khanna 10 A

Conso.

Palak Mehta 10 K



THE WORLD OF EMERGING CAREERS
A webinar on “THE WORLD OF EMERGING CAREERS” was organized by Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Meerut Road in collaboration with Pratham Institute and school alumni. The prodigies, Adhikansh Sharma, Geospatial Data Analyst, Aprajita Dutta, Visual Merchandiser, Preya Bhagat, Print Maker and Deepansh Bathla , Risk Analyst shared information about the innovative careers that are emerging in the current times and their unconventional career choices.
Welcoming the participants, Principal Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy stated that modern school-to-work transitions have become increasingly complex for the 21st century leaners, there is a need for adequate career guidance for their growth.
The session focussed on the diverse aspects of the careers in various innovative fields like Data Science, Financial Technology, Actuarial Science, Econometrics, Cyber Security, Industrial Robotics, Corporate Social Responsibility and many more. It was an enriching session for all the students which provided them with an opportunity to make informed career choices.





हिन्दी सप्ताह : कक्षा 1 व 2
13 सितम्बर से 17 सितम्बर 2021 तक हिन्दी दिवस के अवसर पर दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल गाज़ियाबाद में हिन्दी सप्ताह मनाया गया | इस अवसर पर विभिन्न प्रतियोगिताओं का आयोजन किया गया | जिसमें कक्षा एक के विद्यार्थियों ने कविता पाठ व कक्षा दो के विद्यार्थियों ने हास्य कविता पाठ में पूर्ण उत्साह एवं आत्मविश्वास के साथ भाग लिया | इन गतिविधियों के माध्यम से विद्यार्थियों को अपने अंदर छुपी प्रतिभा को दर्शाने का अवसर प्राप्त हुआ |


Result of Kavita Path Competition
Grade 1

Section

Name of the student and result

A

Outstanding- Advik Mittal

Excellent- Joyel Harit

Good- Ridit Mendiratta, Samaira Sarin, Atharv Garg

B

Outstanding- Aleena Sarin

Excellent- Yuvaan Agarwal

Good- Aarav Garg, Navya Jindal, Sanidhya Pathak

C

Outstanding- Ayaan Grover

Excellent- Amogh Sexsena

Good- Advita Saini, Vedansh Mathur, Daksh Chaudhary

D

Outstanding – Vaanshi Goel

Excellent – Avika Goel, Prerit Goyal

Good – Vivaan Agarwal, Myra Agarwal

E

Outstanding- Manasvi Sharma

Excellent- Aaarav Agarwal

Good- Kenisha, Nitya Garg, Vaanya Ahlawat

F

Outstanding - Meera Mittal

Excellent – Abeer R. Gupta

Good – Kairav, Diveay Jhamb, Alankriti Srivastava

G

Outstanding- Kiansh Agarwal,

Excellent- Prisha Singh

Good- Udhav Garg, Roohi Goel, Aditya Pathak

H

Outstanding- Aram Jain

Excellent- Siddhanta Gadhok

Good- Siddhika Tyagi, Aveer Bajaj, Ayansh Vikram S Bisen

I

Outstanding- Aanya Goyal

Excellent- Priyangana Sharma

Good- Anvi Singhal, Bhumik Bhakri, Giyansh Kumar

J

Outstanding- Shaurya Yadav

Excellent- Drishti Periwal

Good- Panshul Goyal, Shreyas Mishra , Reyansh Malik

K

Outstanding- Navika Gupta

Excellent- Ridhvi Bansal

Good- Anavi Singh, Virat Chaddha, Ayansh Srivastava



Result Hasya Kavita Competition
Grade 2

Section

Name of the student and result

A

Outstanding- Aarav Das, Viraj Upadhyay

Excellent- Ayaan Arora

Good- Sanskriti Gupta, Hitika Tyagi

B

Outstanding- Aniket Sachdeva

Excellent- Sara Zaidi, Adwika Goel

Good- Manisha Malik, Om Mohanty

C

Outstanding- Ishi Agarwal

Excellent- Aadrika Tyagi

Good- Sankalp Shrivastava, Vihaan Goel

D

Outstanding – Advik Sharma

Excellent –Avni Chaudhary

Good –Nitya Garg, Suveera Bansal, Ridhima Gunj

E

Outstanding- Anika Kumari

Excellent- Naksh Oberoi

Good- Amish Jindal, Adhvik Sarkar, Aradhya Sharma

F

Outstanding – Ansh Varshney

Excellent –Nihika Sharma, Sanidhya Jhamb

Good –Nihit Arora , Navyansh Singh

G

Outstanding- Aarav Singhal

Excellent- Arnav Arora, Paakhi Dixit

Good- Bhaavik Khurana, Sanvi Tyagi

H

Outstanding- Ananya Bansal

Excellent-Rithvi Rai, Ayaan Sharma

Good- Anusha Bansal, Vivaan Garg

I

Outstanding- Laavanya Sethi, Anwesha Pandey

Excellent- Aditri Goyal

Good- Vivaan Sharma, Aashvi Saini

J

Outstanding- Anvi Singh

Excellent- Aanya Garg, Shaurya Jain

Good- Shreya Khutail, Vanshita Khandelwal

K

Outstanding-

Akshat Yadav ,Taksh Sharma

Excellent-Aarna Asmi, Smriti Tripathi

Good-Manan Mishra ,Naitik Pal, Avika Aggarwal

L

Outstanding- Vanya

Excellent- Avika Gupta

Good- Avyukht



हिंदी दिवस : स्टारज़ विंग
कविता पाठ अभिव्यक्ति की एक कला है जो बच्चों की शब्दावली बढ़ाने में मदद करता है। यह छात्रों को आंतरिक प्रतिभाओं का पता लगाने में सक्षम बनाता है और आत्मविश्वास भी बनाता है। हिंदी दिवस पर स्टार्ज विंग के बच्चों ने भाषा के प्रति अपनी प्रशंसा दिखाने के लिए 'गुदगुदी ' और 'मेरा बचपन' विषयों पर मधुर कविताओं का पाठ किया।



हिन्दी सप्ताह का आयोजन
दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल गाज़ियाबाद के प्राइमरी विंग में हिन्दी दिवस माह में हिन्दी सप्ताह का आयोजन १३ सितंबर से १७ सितंबर तक किया गया | कक्षा ३ में “अच्छाई की बुराई पर जीत “ विषय में प्राचीन कथाओं के आधार पर एकल अभिनय किया | अभिनय के द्वारा बच्चों ने दुर्गा, काली,कृष्ण,राम आदि रूपों की प्रस्तुति दी| कक्षा ४ ने “ २०५० में भारत का विकास” विषय पर चित्र बना कर प्रस्तुति देते हुये सोच को कल्पना के पंख दिये| कक्षा ५ के बच्चों ने प्रसिद्ध लोगों के प्रेरणादायक भाषण सुनाकर अपने वाचन कौशल से सबका ज्ञान बढ़ाया | सभी गतिविधियों का प्रस्तुतिकरण पूर्ण उत्साह के साथ किया गया | बच्चों के आत्मविश्वास और वाचन कौशल को और बढ़ाने का अध्यापिकाओं तथा अभिभावकों का सहयोग सराहनीय था |