“Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate.”
The learners from Starz to Grade IV presented the most awaited event of the year, ‘Samanvay’, the Annual School Exhibition. The event stood as a virtual platform for young minds to transcend the boundaries of their inherent aesthetic potential. From bright hues of crayons and acrylic paint to the ethnicity of Warli and Madhubani art, the exhibition touched upon art in its contemporary and traditional forms. The spectacular art display of diverse cultures was surely a treat to the eyes.

Graduation Ceremony : Prep Starz
“You have brains in your head,
You have feet in your shoes,
You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”
– Dr. Seuss
DPSG Starz wing celebrated Graduation ceremony of class Prep as an exciting milestone for a future full of hopes and aspirations. It marks a new beginning that adds new dimensions to their school life and the journey they begin towards knowledge and education. The tiny tots presented a mesmerizing dance performance and expressed their gratitude for the school to nurture them with love and dedication. The principal, Ms. Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy congratulated all the learners and wished the best for their future.

Grade 5 Virtual PYP Exhibition
The PYP Exhibition which is a culminating learning experience in the final year of the International Baccalaureate PYP marked a new beginning to the lifelong learning of Grade 5 PYP learners at DPSG. Students demonstrated their understanding of the SDGs they had chosen to explore. They investigated through exploration and questioning, in order to attain an in depth understanding. The exhibition united the students, teachers, parents and other members of the school community. The PYP exhibition allowed students to explore multiple perspectives on these Sustainable Development Goals by interacting with mentors around the globe to gather relevant information and synthesize and apply their learning to reflect on their journey.

This is a monumental achievement for our Grade 5 students, and the school looks forward to celebrating their transition and next phase of their education. Each group presented their issue and invited visitors to engage through their interactive virtual space on MS Teams. Despite the challenges of it being entirely online, the outcome was exceptional. Their passion to lead change and make a difference; perseverance through the ups and downs; teamwork and finding solutions in a new context has been truly commendable.
Opening Ceremony

Click on the images to walk through the Journey

Grade 5 A

Grade 5 B

Grade 5 C

Grade 5 D

Grade 5 E

Grade 5 F

Grade G

Grade H

Grade 5 I

At a Glance PYP Exhibition

Online Exchange Programme- (Indo- Japan- Sri Lanka)
Sheryl Varshney, Soham Agarwal and Aarsh Garg from X-K and Simona Das and Parth Kushwaha from IX-K along with Mr Upendra Pandey participated in an Online Exchange Programme on 15th March 2021, organized by JALSTA- Japanese Language School Teacher Association. Students from Japan and Sri Lanka also participated in this programme.
DPSG Meerut Road presented the rich ethos of its Indian culture and heritage. The students gave presentation on Indo- Japan Relations. An origami activity was organised to connect with our Japanese and Sri Lankan counterparts. A question & answer session on food, education, school life, religion, movies, etc, opened the boundaries among the students and left them for desiring to know more about each other's countries. This online exchange programme brought the students of these 3 nations close to each other.

The journey of PYP grade V learners continues as we unravel the Sustainable Development Goals. Having realized the truth behind the adage, ‘Vasudev Kutumbakam’ we, the young ambassadors of peace and goodwill champion the cause of promoting ‘Peace, Justice and Strong Institution’.
As we lift our gazes and focus on what stands before us not what stands between us, we resolve to unite to sustain this beautiful world of ours.

World Wildlife Day
PYP Grade 1 organised a special assembly on World Wildlife Day. The learners shared their thoughts about conservation of Flora and Fauna. They presented beautiful presentations where they spoke about the animal features, poems and even they made a head gear of animals and presented enthusiastically in the assembly. They also took the pledge to conserve the animals.

National Science Day

National Science Day was held in order to commemorate the invention of the Raman Effect in India by the Indian Physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman in the year 1928. The theme was ‘India: Torchbearer against COVID’ . A short video was shared online by science teachers on MS-teams during the online classes. Students enthusiastically participated in an array of activities like poster making, creating animated video, painting & sculpture. Some entries that deserve special mention are – Rajsi Dwivedi VII F; Priyanshi class,VI; Cherry Gupta, IX-B; and Rishita Yadav, IX-D.

International Mother Language Day
“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head.
If you talk to a man in his language, that goes to his heart.” - Nelson Mandela
DPSG Primary and Starz wing celebrated International Mother Language Day virtually on 21st February in collaboration with Pledge Harbor International School, Bangla Desh. The students from the schools and colleges across the globe encouraged nations to give importance to their mother tongue along with different dialects to preserve their cultural identity.

Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony
With an aim to acknowledge the academic excellence of meritorious students, the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony for the academic session 2019-20 was held at DPSG, Meerut Road on 19th and 20th February 2021. The scholars of classes IX to XII were awarded in various categories for their extraordinary achievements.
The programme began with the auspicious lighting of the lamp followed by felicitation ceremony. The seven year scholars were honoured with silver mementos , the six year scholars were awarded with the prestigious blue ties and blazers while three year scholars were felicitated with blue blazers and one year scholars were given crests .
Principal, Ms Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy congratulated the proud winners and said that it is imperative to ensure that their roots are firmly grounded and that they are given wings to reach out to the illimitable sky. It is the value-based approach and vision of DPSG that has seen the school emerge as a pioneer in providing quality, experiential and research-based education which has placed the school on the national map. The vote of thanks was proposed by Ms Suparna Krishnan, Headmistress, Senior Wing.
The programme concluded with the rendition of national anthem.

Ask a Migrant
Grade IV PYP Learners had the opportunity to interview Ms. Sangeetha Singh, a renowned International model with three International pageant titles - Mrs. Earth Air, Mrs. AUS Planet and Mrs. Continents AUS.
She shared her experiences as a migrant in Australia. Learners interviewed internal and external migrants to understand the challenges and opportunities as they migrated.

Choose.... Reflect....Act
The PYP Grade IV learners are making responsible lifestyle choices for a pollution free tomorrow. Their little actions will go a long way in making the world a better place.

National Youth Day

On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand, the students of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad participated in various activities. The main objective of the celebration was to propagate the philosophy and the ideals of Swami Vivekananda and to promote rational thinking among the youth of the country.

The following activities were conducted to celebrate this day on 12th January 2021-

1.Students of classes 6 to 8 wrote poems, essays and speeches on the ideals of Swami Vivekanand and, how as youth of the country they can incorporate those ideals in their life. A movie on the life story of Swami Vivekanand was shown to the students. The life story of Swami Vivekanand not only inspired the young brigade but also gave them an insight about their duties towards the country.

2. An online painting competition was also organized for the students of classes 7 to 9.

3.The students of classes 9 and 10 participated enthusiastically in Hindi Essay Writing competition.

4.A webinar was also organised for the students of class 8. Eminent personality Mr.Krishna Adhikary, the Secretary General of Universal Peace Federation addressed the students.

In All, the programme was a huge success.


Every action ,big or small ,can have a transformative impact in making the SDGs a reality. SDG COMIC is an endeavor of our PYP learners to spread awareness on sustainable development. The young DPSGites of grade five have made an attempt to inspire the community by sharing what are SDGs ,their significance in making our world a happy place to live in and their perspectives on these goals.

Stay tuned for more…

Republic Day Celebration : PYP

“We are Indians , firstly and lastly” B.R. Ambedkar

On 26th January every year , we all celebrate Republic Day as One Nation. In DPSGM, this special occasion was celebrated by the students of Class 2 with great fervor and enthusiasm. They conducted a class assembly where students presented folk dances from different states of India like Gujarat, Punjab, Rajasthan, Bengal showing unity in diversity. Few children were dressed up in Indian tricolor and painted a vibrant picture of our unique nation through their words. They shared the message of solidarity and freedom for all. The Headmistress , Ms Suprita Dutta addressed the children and encouraged them towards working as a team and one nation. She also spoke about Republic Day parade and motivated them to watch the Republic Day programme.

Our best wishes and warm regards on 72nd Republic Day to the whole DPSGM family.

First Virtual Inter DPSGS Chess Tournament (2020-21)

Chess is the gymnasium of the mind.”- Blaise Pascal

Chess is not only an engaging game of the mind but also a game of conquest, conflict, and competitive skill. The educational benefits of being a chess player are many, that include honing analytical thinking skills and aiding memory retention. It also teaches patience and persistence.

Keeping in sync with the above, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Meerut Road hosted its first ever Virtual Inter DPSGS Chess Tournament on January 23, 2021. Other than the host school, DPSG Sushant Lok, DPSG Palam Vihar, DPSG Vasundhara and DPSG International participated in the event. Principal of DPSG MR, Ms. Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy graced the occasion with her benign presence and encouraged and motivated all participants with her words of wisdom and inaugurated the event. Towards the end of the programme, Headmistress Senior Wing of DPSG MR, Ms. Suparna Krishnan did the honors of announcing the winners of the competition. Team Score- 2nd Runner up team was DPSG Palam Vihar, 1st Runner up was DPSG Vasundhara and the Winner was DPSG MR. Individual position- 1st Position was bagged by Bhavishya Kumar Singh of DPSG MR, 2nd Position by Sparsh Ruhal of DPSG MR and 3rd Position was secured by Muskaan Vora of DPSG Vasundhara.


Delhi Public School Ghaziabad achieved yet another milestone by successfully organizing the 7th edition of the Intra School Model United Nations Conference on 26-27 December,2020 which was also the first virtual edition. 130 delegates from over 14 schools, from classes VI to XII, enthusiastically participated in the conference, demonstrating their leadership and collaborative skills by debating, deliberating over sensitive international issues and drafting peaceful resolutions to combat issues over the course of the 2-day conference.

Chief Guest, Ms. Shalu Dubey (Media & Communication Officer-PMO) applauded the commendable efforts of the school for providing a platform to students that help develop delegates into intelligent diplomats.

The guest of honour, Mr. Shubhankar Mishra (Youngest Hindi National TV News anchor and - presently working with Tv9 Bharatvarsh) congratulated the young participants for their laudable performances and expressed his appreciation for such conferences that are an important medium to promote and protect the ideals of the United Nations.

The Secretary General of DPSG MUN, Kshitij Tripathi announced the results, congratulated the young achievers and reiterated that MUNs are not for achieving awards, but to become a part of a generation that envisages to transform the world. The Best Delegation trophy was bagged by Ryan International School, Noida.










Shaurya Kapoor

Delhi Public School Rohini



Vedansh Madan

Ryan International School, Mayur Vihar



Arjun Sagwal

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Meerut Road


United Kingdom

Navya Sharma

Ryan International School, Faridabad


French Republic

Harris Chaudhary

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad International


South Africa

Adyasha Singh

Uttam School For Girls


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Prachi Singh

Ryan International School, Faridabad








Ritika Singhal

Lotus Valley International School



Rishank Mehrotra

Ryan International School, Noida


South Africa

Ayushi Soni

Gurukul The School


United Kingdom

Shreya Singh

Delhi Public School Rohini



Maanavi Bansal

Lotus Valley International School



Ridhima Sharma

Ryan International School, Mayur Vihar








Sneh Shukla

Ryan International School, Mayur Vihar



Advitiya Pathak

Delhi Public School Indirapuram



Shaurya Garg

Vishwa Bharti Public School







Naba Kumar

Abhinav Dutta

Ryan International School, Faridabad


Amit Shah


Delhi Public School Rohini


Maneka Gandhi

Mishka Grover

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara


Kanhaiya Kumar

Nikhil Yadav

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Palam Vihar


Asaduddin Owaisi

Lakshika Tyagi

Uttam School For Girls


Piyush Goyal

Vani Jain

Delhi Public School Indirapuram







Journalist 9

Harsh Kakkar

Delhi Public School Indirapuram


Journalist 4


Ryan International School, Faridabad


Journalist 1

Tazkiya Quadri

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad International



Christmas Celebration - Class II

“Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.” – Charles M. Schulz

As one of the learners shared so aptly today, it is not important to believe in santa claus but it is significant to Be a Santa Claus. Yes, It is Christmas time again!! A time to spread cheer , share good tidings and care for your near and dear ones. We at DPSG celebrated Christmas in many ways. Class 2 shared their joy and brought in the festive spirit in the online classrooms by participating in the special assembly and Carol singing competition. The winners of Carol Singing competition are


Name of the student and position


· Aarush Agarwal -Outstanding

· Ritisha Jawa -Excellent

· Aaradhya Srivastava -Good

· Rishika Sehgal - Consolation


· Angela Sarin-Outstanding

· Pakhi Garg and Aanvi Bamba-Excellent

· Saanvi Anand-Good

· Ani Shishodia- Consolation


· Ayansh Saxena- Outstanding

· Sharvi Jindal, Vanya Gupta, Ishaan - Excellent

· Saransh, Divya Aditya- Good

· Harshil Sethi,Arnav Singh, Anvita Shrivastav- Consolation


· Aahana Sharma, Rudra – Outstanding

· Aarnav Aggarwal, Aarna Chauhan- Excellent

· Krishnika Gulati, Yashvi – Good

· Rishit Jain, Tashi Tyagi - Consolation


· Aditya Mehta –Outstanding

· Aanusha Anandi –Excellent

· Navya Singh, Vaidik Bisht-Good

· Diksha – Consolation


· Aadhya Tyagi – Outstanding

· Nihira Kansal – Excellent

· Devanshi Sharma – Good

· Rudranshi Sharma – Consolation


· Swara Gurjar , Saanvi Mangal - Outstanding

· Saiyanshi - Excellent

· Nayra - Good

· Aarvika Tyagi, Abhishree Vashishth – Consolation


· Paridhi Agarwal-Outstanding

· Aarna Sharma, Shlok Himanshu-Excellent

· Aaradhya Gupta, Adyasha Sharma-Good

· Shivansh Arora, Sachnoor Kaur- Consolation


· Ayansh Rawat, Saaransh Gupta – Outstanding

· Arul Agarwal, Sabhay Singh – Excellent

· Arush Bansal, Gauri Sharma –Good

· Veronica Verma, Samika Singhal – Consolation


· Anika Anand– Outstanding

· Dhwani Sharma, Paurush Garg – Excellent

· Amaira Roy, Aarav Pachauri– Good

· Abhay Sharma, Naina Singh– Consolation

Christmas Celebration - Starz

Christmas is for joy and it gives a message to stay together. The yuletide was spread around the online classrooms when Our tiny tots of Starz wing dressed in red and white colour costumes and jingled, grooved on Christmas carols and had great time. Little ones understood the joy of celebrating all the festivals with loved one.

Christmas Celebration - Class V

Grade V students of DPSG presented an online performance to commemorate the birth of the savoir, Lord Jesus Christ, with the sounds of holy bells and carols. The Christmas Celebration conveyed the message of goodwill, love and peace to all and urged everybody to live selflessly and extend a hand of support to the needy and the less fortunate in these turbulent times

In their colourful red and white Christmas attire, the students presented a mesmerizing performance.

The event was also a reminder to celebrate a green Christmas and to contribute in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of The UN through simple measures like reducing and recycling plastic and segregating waste and adopting energy efficient practices to curb pollution.

The Principal, Ms. Sangeeta Mukherjee Roy addressed the children and blessed them. She conveyed her good wishes for a peaceful and safe year ahead to the school community.

International Human Solidarity Day

On the occasion of International Human Solidarity day observed on December 20, annually to highlight the importance of unity in diversity, we at DPSG organized a variety of competitions to remind ourselves and others to work together in fighting against poverty, hunger and disease.

Here is a glimpse of activities that weave around national and international unity along with steps and solutions to control hunger and poverty.

Our little efforts....

Class III

Class IV

Exuberant Expressions : Starz

Today the Students of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Starz Wing put up a Solo Stage performance 'Exuberant Expressions' A role play activity on animals by the students of Class Nursery. Our students researched on their favourite animal and confidently enacted the animal of their choice. They had come dressed in masks, headgear, props, costumes and their faces creatively done up as animals. It looked like the whole animal kingdom had come alive in our classrooms.


If soaring imagination and wild fantasy are the hallmarks of childhood then the learners of 2020 got the platform to imagine and envision the possibilities of the world of 2050.The Primary Wing of DPSG Meerut Road organized CREATAL 2020 ,an Inter School Competition on 28th November. The audience was spell bound by the participants who explored all the domains of the dynamic world of 2050, a theme which