Special Assembly Secondary


“It is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air”.

A Special Assembly on Christmas was organized on December 24, 2019. Students of VII I  set about the merry task of spreading Christmas cheer. The real meaning of Christmas was conveyed to the audience. Carols echoed the true spirit of the festival of joy. Children were thrilled to see the Santa laughing and playing with them.


Special Assembly on Road Safety

November 22, 2019

 ‘Fast is fatal, slow is safe.

It is better to be late than to be dead on time.’

 Over speeding is one of the primary reasons for road accidents. Nearly 1.5 lakh people die every year on Indian roads.

Road safety week is a national event aimed at raising public awareness about traffic rules and ultimately to reduce casualties due to road accidents. Millions lose their lives and millions get injured in road accidents globally, mainly, due to lack of awareness about traffic rules. Students of class VII E of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad hosted a special assembly on November 22, 2019 to join hands with the government to spread awareness towards road safety. Emphasis was laid both on precautions and safety measures for making the roads safe for everyone.

The students of classes IX and X pledged to make roads safe for all.


On the occasion of 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas' students of class IX and X of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad co- hosted a special assembly. The importance and essence of unity were highlighted through poems and speeches. The vision of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel was discussed and shared with the school.Ms Krishna Singh, Headmistress secondary wing helped the students to take a pledge for presverving and promoting unity, solidarity and security of the nation.

‘Light is the harbinger of joy, prosperity and eternal bliss of the soul’

 On October 23rd, 2019, the prefectorial team of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Secondary Wing presented a special assembly on Diwali in order to help their peers understand the importance of celebrating an environment friendly Diwali. The same was reinforced by a 'Nukkad Natak'. Another concern presented through the assembly was to create a 'plastic free' atmosphere by stopping the use of hazarduous plastic items in our day to day life.


Gandhi Jayanti

Peace is the most powerful weapon of mankind. It takes more courage to take a blow than to give one.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi.

DPSG celebrated the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation. On this auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the students were shown a movie on the life of the great man, who lived on the principles of ahimsa and non-violence. Through an exceptionally amazing Nukkad Natak, the students presented the principles and teachings of Gandhi ji as to why Gandhi Ji chose to follow the path of ahimsa and nonviolence to fight against the British. They presented the philosophical and pragmatic ideals of Gandhi Ji. The students laid emphasis on non-violence with the thought, “Anger is the enemy of non-violence and pride is a monster that swallows it up”.

To fulfill the true spirit of ‘Swachhta hi Sewa’, the staff and the students cleaned the areas in and around the school vicinity. Students also took a ‘Swachhta Pledge’ to always do their bit for cleanliness around them and keep striving hard to achieve the desired goal.

Going a step forward in helping the children understand all about the freedom struggle and the role of Mahatma Gandhi in helping us win our independence non-violently, talk shows were held. Students were given a deep insight into the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi and encouraged to think about the sacrifice of our freedom fighters, analyze the importance and understand the value of freedom, through the day’s activities. Students enthusiastically participated in the activity and presented their views in the form of ‘Reflections’.

Bapu had touched every walk of life and still continues to inspire everyone. His teachings should be promoted to resolve current conflicts, to  avoid violence and to find peaceful solution to every small or big problem to make this world a better place to live in.

On the onset of Dussehra class IX H of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad presented a special assembly informing about how Dussehra is celebrated differently in different parts of the country. The assembly started with Durga Stuti followed by a theatrical presentation of Ramayan. The victory of good over evil was reinforced through various means.

Class X Presentation

Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervor on August 14, 2019. The students of classes IX and X participated in the musical theatrical presentation based on  Raja Ranjeet Singh, the leader of the Sikh Empire,who ruled the northwest Indian subcontinent in the early half of the 19th century.  The performance filled every heart with the love for their motherland and the thoughtfulness of the sacrifices made by its brave sons to make it free from the British rule.

The Chief guest present on the ocassion was  Ms Asha Sharma, Mayor of Ghaziabad. The celebration began with the march of NCC cadets of DPSG. After the presentation, the Principal addressed the gathering and urged the audience to make India free from environmental pollution by doing their bit. Issues like water scarcity and environmental degradation were further discussed by Ms Asha Sharma, Mayor of Ghaziabad in her spirited speech.

Ms Krishna Singh, Head Mistress, Secondary Wing  proposed the vote of thanks.

Class VII Presentation

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

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

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

The vote of thanks was delivered by Ms Annama Jacob, Coordinator, Class7 and the ceremony concluded with the National Anthem.