Function & Events Secondary

Young Innovators Summit

Microsoft CEO, Mr Satya Nadella met a gathering of students and educators at the Young Innovators Summit organized by Microsoft India at  India Habitat Centre, Delhi on  February 26, 2020. Shivansh Singh, IXA; Akshat Tripathi, IX-I; Ishan Sharma, XA; Ishan Jindal, XC; Jai Vardhan Bhola, XD; Vansh Pathak, XJ; Navya Jain, Shaivi Malik, XIIA3; Ishita Garg, Nishita Singh, XIIA4; Ranya Kaushik, XIIB; attended the session. The students gained insight into the role that technology will play in transforming the education ecosystem over the next decade.


Visit to Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) 

A team of students visited ISRO Control Center wherein they got an opportunity to see the advances and applications of technology in the field of Space Exploration. They  witnessed the  2nd launch pad  surrounded by 4 Towers. One of the scientists enlightened them about the assembling, monitoring, launching, cooling and the procedures after the launch. The group also observed the 1st launch pad and a live rocket assembly which is scheduled to be launched on March 27, 2020.

The team  visited the ISRO space museum and saw the working prototypes of Aryabhatta, Radar, Solar system and different types of spacecrafts.

Students visited Botanical Garden, Sacred Church, Auroville- a center of peace in Puducherry. They also visited Puducherry museum where they learned about the history of this place through paintings and artefacts. Their visit to Chennai included Five Rathas, stone sculptures and Butter Ball.

The visit was indeed fruitful and perceptive for the students who were introduced to the achievements of India and wonders of space in a whole new paradigm. Everyone gained insight into this exotic field and were left moved to learn more and contribute to progress in their own ways.

 

STATES DAY

 Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organised States Day  on January 17, 2020 in the school colosseum. The event was graced by Mr. Vic Degutois, Chief Administrative officer of Catholic School Board, Canada. The highlight of the function was a colourful tableaux representing the  states of India - Punjab, Delhi, Tamil Nadu,  West Bengal. The students presented different forms of dance and models of the states. The celebration provided the students with not only moments of enjoyment and happiness but also made them aware about the culture of these states. Popular culinary dishes of  Punjab, Delhi, Tamil Nadu and  West Bengal were on display at various food stalls set up by the staff and students.

Prize distribution for students also took place wherein students were awarded for their excellence  in both scholastic and co-scholastic categories.

The event ended with a well synchronised march by the prize winners

 

Career Counselling Session

An interactive Career Counselling session on Psychometric tests was conducted for students of Grade X by COGITOHUB. The session focused on explaining students their career strengths thereby guiding them about stream selection, subject selection, suitable career opportunities, courses available, institutions offering courses and right career path.

CULTURAL EXTRAVAGANZA 2019 

DelhiPublic School Ghaziabad organized the annual cultural extravaganza titled,‘Jannat-e –Kashmir’ on 16th December, 2019.The Chief Guest wasGeneral V. K. Singh, Member of Parliament and Union Minister of State for RoadTransport and Highways. Mr.Om Pathak, Founder and Chairman, DPSG Society and senior functionaries of DPSG societygraced the occasion with their benign presence.

The Principal in her welcomeaddress emphasized that the school encouragesits pupils to dream big so that they develop valuable life skills to become independentand responsible individuals. Thereafter, the students presented theannual report listing the yearlong achievements of the institution in diversefields. The All India toppers of class XII and class X were felicitated and awardedscholarships for their higher studies.

 The theatrical presentation, full of mesmerizingmoments included two important facets of drama:immortalizing history through music and imbibing veritable values of gallantryand fortitude to promoteharmony thatthe school epitomizes. MsKrishna Singh, Headmistress, Secondary wing  proposed the vote of thanks. 

 


IEO RESULT 

Delhi Public School celebrated the 34thAnnual Sports Day and Field Show ‘Espectaculo’ on the sprawling grounds of theschool on 29th November, 2019 with fervour and exhilaration, amidstthrills and cheers. Mr Alok Singh IG, Meerut (Range) graced the occasion as theesteemed Chief Guest and Dr. Biswajit Saha, Director, Training and SkillEducation, CBSE as the Guest of Honour.

The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremoniallamp, followed by the welcome song presented by the school choir. Mr Alok Singh,IG, Meerut (Range) declared the Athletic Meet open and the skies were filledwith colourful balloons leaving the audience enthralled with the spectacle. The Chief Guestand Guest of Honour lit the ceremonial torch and the National and State Level Championsin various fields of sports ran with the torch symbolising the sportingspirit of the students. The event commenced with the seven houses displaying steadyand rhythmic synchronization, as the marching band minstrelled along with themarching troops. This was followed by the races wherein the participantsparticipated with full verve and vigour. It was a delight to see the excitementwith which the students challenged themselves to attempt a variety of races.

The highlight of the programme was the spectacular Laser Show highlighting the school’shistory, culture, ethos and achievements. The students showcased Yoga, Callisthenics, Pom-Pom Dance, SareeDrill, Hoopla Dance, Basketball Dance, Gymnastics, Streamer Dance,Taekwondo etcthereby enthralling the audience with their euphoric performances.

The honourable ChiefGuest appreciated the deftness and agility of the students reiterating the factthat sports and games enhance the overall persona of the students. The Guest of Honour applauded the students emphasizingthe fact that sports not only strengthen the immune system but also maintainphysical coordination.

In all, the programmewas a huge success.

 

FINAL BROCHURE FIELD SHOW 2019 

Say No to Plastics

November 25, 2019

 DPSG, one of theleading schools in Ghaziabad took a great initiative in propagating the idea, ‘Say No to Plastics’ by distributingjute bags to around 6000 students in an event which was graced by Mr DineshChandra, Municipal Commissioner of Ghaziabad. The honourable guest lauded theexemplary work being done by the school for preservation of the environment.

 

 

InteractiveSession On Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication

 Wordsare singularly the most powerful force available to humanity. We can choose touse this force constructively with words of encouragement, or destructivelyusing words of despair. Words have energy and power with the ability to help,to heal,  to hurt, to humiliate and to humble.

TheSecondary Wing of DPSG, in association with The Hindu, organised a veryengrossing and interactive session on Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication. The sessionwitnessed whole hearted participation of the students. The session wasconducted on November 6, 2019.


Reading not only has tremendous power when it comes tofueling the development of all aspects of language ability, its importance tothe entirety of a human life in this day and age really can’t be overstated.

The Secondary Wing of DPSG conducted DEAR Activity toinstill in the students and  staff thehabit of reading.

 

 An ATL workshop wasorganized at DPSG on  October 19, 2019.

The session was takenby Ms. Ankita, Senior Programme Coordinator, Pravah organization. The mainobjective of the session was to promote creative and innovative mindset in thestudents as well as introduce them to various facets of Innovation andEntrepreneurship.

Ms. Ankita alsodiscussed about sustainable development goals and how young India can think ofinnovative methods to solve modern community problems.  


DPSGMUN’19

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized the 6thedition of DPSG MUN 2019, Ex-Altera Parte.

Students from various schools of Ghaziabadparticipated in this conference with the motto of bringing peace andtranquility in the world.

Sri Krishna Adhikari, Secretary General, UniversalPeace Federation graced the opening ceremony as the Chief Guest. Ms.Shikha Darbari, Joint Secretary, Rajya Sabha wasthe Chief Guest for the closing ceremony.  

The three days conference saw students participateenthusiastically wherein they exhibited their oratory skills. There were sixcommittees and each one of them took up a topic related to world peace. The 6thedition of DPSG MUN focussed on the motto of respecting other’s point of view.It was a great learning experience for all the delegates.


REPORT ON INTERHOUSE LITERARY, CULTURAL ANDINNOVATION FEST

 An Inter house Literary, Cultural, and InnovationFest was held at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Secondary Wing , from 23September to 1 October, 2019 wherein the students from classes VII to Xparticipated enthusiastically in different events. These activities helped the studentsto improve their organizational, presentation, leadership and interpersonalcommunication skills. These competitions also motivated students to innovateand develop their own ideas.

                                                    RESULT OF ART EVENTS

1.

BOARD DECORATION

I-YAMUNA HOUSE

II-CAUVERY HOUSE

III- JHELUM HOUSE

2

RANGOLI

I-GODAVARI  HOUSE

II-GANGA  HOUSE

III-SATLUJ  HOUSE

3

CANVAS PAINTING

I-CAUVERY   HOUSE

II-GANGA  HOUSE

III- YAMUNA HOUSE

4

POT PAINTING

I- RAVI   HOUSE

II- JHELUM HOUSE

III- GANGA HOUSE

 

                                                RESULT OF CULTURAL EVENTS 

1.

SWARANJALI

I- JHELUM HOUSE

II-RAVI HOUSE

III- YAMUNA HOUSE

2

FOLK DANCE

I-SATLUJ  HOUSE

II-YAMUNA  HOUSE

III-RAVI\  HOUSE

3

WESTERN DANCE

I-SATLUJ   HOUSE

II-GANGA  HOUSE

III- CAUVERY HOUSE

 

                                               RESULT OF LITERARY EVENTS 

1.

CHARCHA IN HINDI

I-YAMUNA HOUSE

II-CAUVERY HOUSE

III-JHELUM HOUSE

2

SWARACHIT KAVITA

I-RAVI  HOUSE

II-JHELUM  HOUSE

III-CAUVERY  HOUSE

3

QUIZ

I-JHELUM HOUSE

II-YAMUNA  HOUSE

III- SATLUJ HOUSE

4

PANEL DISCUSSION

I- YAMUNA  HOUSE

II- JHELUM HOUSE

III- CAUVERY HOUSE

 

                                    RESULT OF INNOVATION AND IT EVENTS 

1.

MATHEMATICAL GAMES USING MS TOOLS

I-CAUVERY HOUSE

II-GODAVARI  HOUSE

III-JHELUM HOUSE

2

SCIENCE MODEL USING BIODEGRADBLE MATERIAL

I- JHELUM  HOUSE

II-YAMUNA HOUSE

III-SATLUJ  HOUSE

3

ROBOTICS

I-CAUVERY   HOUSE

II-SATLUJ  HOUSE

III- RAVI HOUSE

4

MATHS TANGRAMS

I- RAVI   HOUSE

II- SATLUJ HOUSE

III- JHELUM HOUSE

5.

MINE CRAFT

I- GANGA HOUSE

II- GODAVARI HOUSE

III- YAMUNA  HOUSE



 DPSBooks are every country’s weapon, without which thecountry is weak. Books are like the sun’s light and they help people risethemselves. Books are precious treasure and best friend of people.

 

To promotethe culture of reading and enhance the reading skills at all stages, ReadingWeek was celebrated in Delhi Public Ghaziabad from 9th to 15thSeptember 2019 to mark the occasion of International Literacy Day. A plethoraof activities were organized for various classes in which students participatedwhole heartedly and displayed their passion for reading.  The students of Class VII engrossed themselvesin reading and then enthusiastically took part in activities like ‘Story Map’and ‘Integrating Reading with Art’ wherein they created artistic maps depictingthe stories in an innovative manner. The students of class VIII took part inactivities like ‘Lunch Bench Buddies’ where children expressed and shared theirlove for reading with their friends in the form of informal reading circlesthat they attended during the lunchtime. They discussed with each other aboutwhat they are currently reading, their favourite authors and books. Thestudents of classes IX, X added a crowning touch to the week long celebrationby giving their exemplary and deep rooted views in the form of ‘Book Review’ aboutthe books they had read in the recent past. All these activities created aliterary atmosphere in the school and the students realized their passion forreading.        


GM Celebrates PM Modi’s Birthday

 Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated the 69th birthday of the Hon’ble Prime Minister on September 17, 2019 by emulating his vision of making India a sustainable and self- sufficient economy. A special assembly was organized wherein a slew of measures was taken to conserve the environment. The programme commenced with an inspiring speech by  Principal, Dr Jyoti Gupta who in her address, highlighted the need to be sensitive and responsible citizens in order to save the earth from irreparable damage. She exhorted them to participate wholeheartedly in the initiatives taken by the school to save the revered Hindon river from further depletion by keeping the river bed and the surroundings clean. She also urged each student to save one litre of water per day and celebrate  their birthday by not only planting a sapling but also adopting and nurturing it.

The students exhibited their solidarity by taking a pledge to eliminate single use plastic and conserve water. The sentiment of the PM in creating a future of ‘waste to wealth’  found resonance in the school premises with the students joining hands in using jute bags and promised to sensitize their friends, family and neighbours about the need to do the same. The excitement of the students was palpable as they made posters, raised slogans for environment conservation and planted saplings. In all, the event was a huge success. 

 

Class VII Presentation

“Hardwork without talent is a shame, but talent without hard work is a tragedy.”

Class presentations arean integral part of school activities at DPSG. The students of class VIIpresented a musical theatrical presentation ‘A Lazy Sheikh’ on May 1, 2019.This presentation with moral implications aimed to both entertain as well aseducate. Around 350 students from class 7 participated in the presentation withgreat zeal and enthusiasm and showcased their innate faculties on stage. Thepresentation was a huge success.

Speaking onthe occasion, Headmistress Ms. Krishna Singh motivated the students to workhard  as hardwork is the only key to achieving it;it teaches us discipline, dedication and determination.

The vote of thanks was deliveredby Ms Annama Jacob, Coordinator, Class7 and the ceremony concluded with theNational Anthem.


CORNELL MODEL UNITED NATIONS  CONFERENCE  (CMUNC) ITHACA NEW YORK  10 APRIL -17APRIL, 2019

A delegation of 5students  Anoushka Jain of class 9, VaralikaSingh of class 10, Gauri Garg ofclass 11, Hirannya Sinha and Swapnil Sagar of class 12 along withthe MUN Incharge Meenakshi Gurbuxanirepresented the school in the CornellModel United Nations Conference, 2019. Being organized by the Ivy League University,the pristine standard of debate and simulation of discussions in the UnitedNations gave students exposure on an entirely different level. They deliberatedupon various issues in the global arena in different committees. Gauri, Hirannya and Swapnil were rewarded with Honorable Mentionswhile Varalika and Anoushka were bestowed with a Soaring Commendationfrom their chairs in their respective committees.


ATL Community Day 

Delhi Public SchoolGhaziabad celebrated ATL Community Day on 23 April,2019.

Students from DurgawatiHemraj Tah  Saraswati Vidya Mandir and Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Internationalparticipated enthusiastically and learned a lot through a variety of sessionsin an educative and fun filled manner.

 

There were an array ofactivities and sessions comprising of:

a)  Welcome noteand an Introduction to ATL and the importance of allowing their minds to thinkfreely as young innovators

b) Paper circuit 

c) Balloon car

d) NewspaperTable 

e) Workshop on 3Dprinter (available in the lab)

f) Review the ATL Laband Projects done by ATL students with a friendly competition to keep thechildren motivated

g) Mentor talk toengage the children in continued efforts of divergent thinking and spiritedparticipation in such activities.

 In all, the programmewas a huge success. It helped students nurture their inventive young minds.

        

EARTHDAY

DPSG celebrated Earth Day with great gusto and fervour. Students presented a thought provoking skit wherein the emphasis was onthe need to preserve nature. It highlighted that earth provides enough tosatisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.

 Headmistress Ms Krishna Singh lauded theefforts of the students and accentuated that one should consider everyday asearth day. The students learnt the importance of bounties provided by MotherEarth and the need to preserve it.

  

Vote for better India

“The power of ballot is much more than the power of bullet.”

                                                  Abraham Lincoln

On  March 29, 2019, the studentsof class VII of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad hosted a special assembly on ‘LokSabha Election 2019’. The assembly was aimed at sensitizing students about the Importanceof Lok Sabha Elections. It also aimed at encouraging students to spread awarenessabout the ‘Power’ of each vote. A thought provoking street play was performedby class VII students. A special song,poem and quiz were also a part of the assembly.

As India prepares to elect the 17th Lok Sabha, the studentsof the Secondary Wing took upon themselves the responsibility to spreadawareness and pledged that they will encourage all to vote as the future ofthis republic is in the hands of the Indian voter.

Students enthusiastically participated in various other activities likePoster making and slogan writing. A rally was also taken out wherein theyreiterated that voting isnot only our right—it is our power and the ignorance of one voter in a democracy can impairthe security of all.

 

Session on E-Waste Management

On March27, 2019 the students of class IX attended a session on E-waste management. Theprogramme was an initiative to sensitize the students and teachers about proper waste management, disposal andchannelization of E-waste, thereby reducing the impact of hazardous substanceson the environment. 

Mr. RohitKumar Singh, Manager, Corporate Affairs, CEAMA, highlighted the hazards ofE-waste on environment and elucidated that India wouldbecome the biggest dumping ground of E-waste by 2020, and therefore it iscrucial  to ensure proper management andsafe disposal of E-waste in the country. He further reiterated that students shouldact as crucial stakeholders in educating the society regarding the impact ofE-waste. 

Ms MitaN Goswami, Senior Advisor,Eco Roots Foundation while addressing the audience emphasized on E-Wastediscarding methods and said that one should opt to recycle E-Waste.


 Extempore Competition

ClassIX

Wewill know the worth of water, when the well is dry. Acttoday for a better tomorrow.

Inorder to focus on the importanceof water and need to preserve it, studentsof class IX participated in theExtempore competition on the event of World Water Day.  World Water Day is celebrated worldwide on March 22 by the United Nations.

Thiscompetition provided the young participants an opportunity to express theirviews and perspectives on the given topics as well as showcase their oratoryskills. The studentshighlighted the importance of freshwater and sustainable management offreshwater resources. They threw light on the present state of water scarcityand emphasized the significance of water conservation.

Akshi Nehra, IXF secured the first position; EshitaZjigyasu, IXH stood second and Vani Verma, IXH stood third in the competition. 


INTERACTIVE SESSION ON PUBLIC HEALTH

 DPSG organized anInteractive Session on Public Health on March 6, 2019 for the students of classX. Dr Mukesh Agarwal, MBBS, MD, DNB made the students aware of Swine flu; Dr PramodSabharwal, MBBS, DCH enlightened the students about the importance ofvaccinations. Dr Rekha Singh Solanki, MBBS, MS motivated the students to takeup a healthy lifestyle as it is the need of the hour.


DPSG CELEBRATES STATES DAY

 DPSG celebrated  States Day on January 21, 2019 wherein theypresented colourful and vibrant tableaux of different states with great zealand vigour. The highlight of the function was a colourful tableauxrepresenting the seven states of India: Gujarat - VibrantGujarat; West Bengal – Beautiful Bengal;Tamil Nadu - Enchanting Tamil Nadu; Uttar Pradesh-  Amazing Heritage Grand Experiences;Rajasthan – The Incredible State of India; Goa - A Perfect Holiday Destinationand Punjab - India Begins Here.

The Chief Guest for the day was  Mrs Raj Rani Sharma, an eminentenvironmentalist. In her speech, she emphasized that planting trees is the needof the hour. The other guests present on the occasion were Ms Nathalie Cavagnaand Mr Philippe Cluzel, Saint Joseph College, Ambert, France.

The celebration provided the students withnot only moments of enjoyment and happiness but also made them aware about theculture of these states. Popular culinary dishes of Rajasthan, Goa and Punjabwere on display at various food stalls set up by the staff and students.

Prize distribution for studentsalso took place wherein prizes were given in both scholastic and co-scholasticcategories.

Ms.Krishna Singh, Headmistress, SecondaryWing concluded the programme with the Vote of Thanks. The event proved to be agreat success and motivated the students to serve their country.

 

The Interschool Tinker Fest 2019 was held on January 15, 2019.  Students from around 15 schools from Delhi,NCR participated in the event.

The eminent guestspresent on the occasion were Dr. Babu Lal and Mr. Samrat Kishor, Mentors for Change,Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog.

 

Tinker workshop (VoiceControlled Home Automation) was conducted in collaboration with Scrap Labsmentors followed by the competition. The result of the competition is asfollows -

 

Delhi Public School,Mathura Road bagged the first position, SDGS School secured the second positionand Mayur Public School the third position. The winners were awarded trophiesand certificates.

 The honourable guests laudedthe efforts made by the students.

The fest aimed atencouraging innovation and creative ideas amongst the students.

In all, the programmewas a great success.