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DPSG Palam Vihar held its long-awaited Investiture ceremony on July 15th. It was an honour to recognise and award badges to the newly elected Student Council Members, a varied bunch of outstanding students.The occasion began with the introduction of dignitaries, who were brought on stage to ignite the lamp and evoke almighty’s blessings. Alongside, the school choir sang melodiously, chanting prayers. Ms Jayshree Patel, the Principal of the school, welcomed all of the significant guests and dignitaries in attendance. The SHO Cybercrime, Amit Kumar, graced the occasion with his presence.The chief guest and principal ma’am started the badging ceremony beginning with the captain positions starting with - School Captain (Girl), Prachi Sharma, School Captain (Boy), Akshat Bhardwaj, School Head Prefects - Sparsh Sharma, and Sitanshi Tewary, Sports Captain - Krish Chillar, Cultural Captain - Gauri J. Chavan, Head of I.T. - Abhinav Kumar Singh, and Chief Editor - Avani Nadkar and the house captains - Ganga - Annie Malhotra, Kaveri - Aashima Ramola, Saraswati - Shanvi Tanwar, and Yamuna - Aaditya Chauhan.

SHO Cybercrime Mr Amit Kumar gave a speech congratulating all the council members and educated the students about cybercrime. Sir and his team presented a very insightful and memorable session on cyber safety and cybercrime prevention. Both the students as well as the parents found the session practical and useful..

Later the ceremony proceeded with the badging of the Vice-Captains and Wing Prefects from grade 6th to 12th. The school’s principal, Ms Jayshree Patel, addressed the gathering with her pearls of wisdom and congratulated and encouraged the new appointees to work diligently. The badging ceremony concluded with the announcements of the Class and Section Prefects.School’s Head Girl, Prachi Sharma led the entire student council to administer the ‘oath’ with a promise to strive for excellence in every field. Akshat Bhardwaj, the school's Head Boy, thanked everyone gathered and promised to lead the council with a zeal for excellence. The school’s talented dancers culminated the programme by giving an enthusiastic performance.


An ensemble of events lit up the last Saturday of the month of April. 29th April proved to be an eventful day. The spotlight was on Earth Day celebration, felicitation ceremony of DPSG Cup and the grand inauguration of the swimming pool. Chairman of DPSG Society, Shri OM Pathak spearheaded the grand culmination. A galaxy of eminent personalities graced the momentous event with their benign presence. The Honourable Chief Guest was Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste, the Union Minister of State, Ministry of Steel . Deputy Commissioner Gurugram Sh. Nishant Yadav was the Guest of Honour. Other distinguished guests included Dr. VIVEK SAXENA, IFS, Mr. Subhash Yadav, IFS., Mr. G C Yadav the Former Deputy Secretary of Police, Ministry of Home Affairs Govt. Of India, Mr. Sandeep Sherawat, the Deputy Director National Institute of Solar Energy, Mr. Ram Swaroop Sahu, APS to minister, Ms. Akansha Gupta, a certified CSR professional and Mr. Pankaj Mittal, the Director, Manipal Hospital.

The event commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp.As crusaders of a sustainable environment and with the mission of nurturing an environmentally conscious young generation DPSG Palam Vihar celebrated the Earth Day 2023 with the theme INVEST IN OUR PLANET.’ A series of competitions pertaining to visual art in the form of painting and waste material art work was a week-long affair to give impetus to the go- green drive. The celebration saw the culmination on 29th April with the green ambassadors of the school emphasising on the need to have a positive effect and create a global impact on the environment and promoted awareness through the atrical performances and songs. Chairman Sir in his address urged everyone present to extend their solidarity by reaffirming our commitment to promote harmony with Nature to achieve a sustainable and flourishing society . A tree plantation drive in the later part of the day gave us the important message that - “Our continuing efforts in our everyday lives will make this beautiful planet thrive.” The felicitation ceremony was the culmination of the DPSG Cup, the largest school sports event, across 4 districts. with a combined participation of 3400 students. The awardees in the domain of cricket, football and basketball were honoured by the dignitaries. The inauguration of the swimming pool was an event that the DPSG fraternity had been waiting for. The swimming pool has been launched for the students and community.Overall, it was a great day to celebrate the triumph of DPSG, Palam Vihar in all domains.


After setting a high standard for scholastic achievements, DPSG Society now seeks to promote strong values for foundational domains of Sports & Arts. Sports are a significant part of our culture in India, and DPSG has worked hard in the last one-year, post-Covid, to curate and put together a sports platform which will be worthy for our youth – the “Future Leaders”. The prime focus is to create a never-seen-before opportunity and platform for school students by launching the ‘DPSG Cup’. The tournament is designed and curated as a premium sports competition for School Students with rewards and recognition for ‘Winners and Participants’, their ‘Coaches’ who have primed and polished them to reach this stage, and the ‘School’ which nurtures them with sports education. The DPSG Cup will initially be held for Under-15 age group students across four districts – Ghaziabad (UP), Gurgaon (Haryana), Faridabad (Haryana) and Dehradun (Uttarakhand). The DPSG CUP was inaugurated on 17th April with a glittering opening ceremony where sports icons, key influencers and the performing art enthusiasts of the school lent their presence to the event to make it a complete 360-degree sports+ entertainment package in this genre. The School Student Council welcomed all of the participating teams, which were each led by their individual team captains and supported by vice captains. Ms. Sunita Dalal, an international hockey player of repute, who has won numerous medals for our country and competed in competitions like the Commonwealth Games and the Olympics, stood tall as the event's chief guest.

Shri Rohit Pathak, a member of the governing boards of the DPSG Society and Selaqui International School was the esteemed Guest of Honour. Ms. Jayshree Patel, the school's Principal, congratulated each of the guests.A thrilling rendition of the Ricky Martin song "Cup of Life" by the school band was followed by an upbeat dance performance by the dance maestros of the school. The captains and vice captains of each side then stepped onto the field to take an oath and start each game with a spirit of unity. Additionally, Ms. Sunita Dalal addressed the players and encouraged them to develop themselves by pursuing their passions.The DPSG Cup Anthem was subsequently played for the requisite lift the players' spirits after Mr. Rohit Pathak announced the DPSG Cup Meet to be open. The national anthem and the players' meet-and-greet with the distinguished visitors was a defining moment. Cricket, football, volleyball, skating and basketball and many more matches are to feature in this DPSG CUP.


After the outbreak of Covid 19, the general populace has been driven towards health beneficial initiatives and healthy living. Taking a leaf out of this, DPSG Palam Vihar has been hosting the Walkathon post COVID - 19, every year to encourage the people towards a healthy lifestyle and to give the fitness quotient a shot in the arm. On 19th February,2023 a Walkathon was organised by DPSG Palam Vihar which witnessed enthusiastic participation. School Principal, Ms. Srividhya Sridhar welcomed the chief guests, Honourable MLA Sir Rakesh Daulatabad,a dynamic Indian Politician elected to Haryana Legislative Assembly, founder of Parivartan Sangh, Mr. Kuldeep Singh, Brand Ambassador for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan- MCG, Gurugram and Nishit Bhatiya, DPSG Alumni who graced the event with their glorious presence .It was an open event with an invitation to people of all ages. The event began with a huge mass gathering and an interesting bout of exercises and Bhangra to pep up the participants for the walk. The honorable Chief Guest, Mr Rakesh Daulatabad flagged off the event. The school ensured that necessary safety measures were taken, also various water points were installed throughout the route of the walk. The RSO Officers were constantly supervising the participants while maintaining security and ensuring safe movement of the participants. e first position was bagged by Shekhar Dahiya from Grade IXC. Trishank bagged the second position and the third position was clinched by Himanshu. The first ten early walkers to reach the venue received gift hampers, medals as well as a winning certificate. The sponsors for the event were:

Ms. Raveen, B2B Yogie

Ms. Twinkle, Make it Sweet Corner

Mr. Nitin Grewal, Under the Sky Cafe

Mr. Mukesh, Signature Global

Mr. Deepak, Manipal Hospital

Ms. Prerna Goyal, Lusheventia

Mr. Rajan Sagar, President PVRA, J- block and K-block

Dr. Priyanka Popli, Fitness Coach, Tone House

Mr. Mohit Grewal, Agman

The entire event turned out to be fruitful as it enriched all the participants with physical and mental well-being. The event was a wonderful way to build momentum for the week ahead.


“There are no goodbyes for us, wherever you are you will always be in our hearts”. As the session is about to end, the students of Grade 11 organised a Farewell Ceremony on 4th February as they bid a lively and joyful farewell to the students of Grade XII Batch 2022-2023. The Students from Grade 11 stole the hearts of the audience with absorbing and fun-filled dance performances. Each graduating student was given a title complementing their personality by their juniors. The much-awaited coronation ceremony saw Parv Sharma of Grade 12 D bag the coveted title of Mr DPSG and Vanshika Gupta of Grade XII C was crowned Ms. DPSG. Each student was also presented with a Goodie bag as a token of love and recognition by their juniors and facilitators Speaking on the occasion, school Principal, Ms Srividya Sridhar blessed the students and spoke about their enriching presence and wished them all the very best for a bright and prosperous future. .

We will miss the students who have been a part of us for so long and we wish them all the success in their lives!!

Republic Day Celebrations

Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January. This is of supreme historical significance as the country marks and celebrates the day when the constitution came into force on January 26, 1950.. DPSG, Palam Vihar hosted the 74th Republic Day with patriotic fervour. The 8th Graders held an assembly to commemorate this day. Principal Ma'am hoisted the national tricolour and it was a moment of great pride as everyone sung the national anthem. School Principal, Ms Srividhya Sridhar, addressed the gathering and emphasized on the significance of this day as well as our responsibilities as proud citizens of our nation. Rashmi Sharma of Grade VIII-D recited a well-versed self-composed poem praising her motherland. A descriptive paragraph emphasising "Unity in Diversity" or “विविधता में एकता" was presented by Priyanshi Vats of Grade VIII D. A patriotic rendition touched a chord with all present. A well orchestrated dance routine was performed which succeeded in evoking the sense of patriotism in the hearts of all. The students also performed a skit titled "Hamara Neta Kaisa Ho" that brilliantly depicted satire, wit, irony and humour.. Senior HM’s address in which she thanked everyone who had helped make the assembly a success and urged everyone to be a law-abiding, patriotic Indian, brought the assembly to a close.The stage was also graced by a marvelous artist, Mr. Geetansh Malhotra, who gifted a piece of his amazing art to our school, it was a moment full of pride. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.

Graduation day ceremony

"Graduation is an exciting time. it is both an ending and a beginning. It holds warm memories of the past and big dreams for the future'’. As the Class of 2023 is about to bid us adieu this year, a Graduation ceremony was organised in school premises on 20th January, 2023.The students of Grade 12 looked absolutely winsome in the graduation robes and hats. The ceremony commenced with the flipping of hats and this moment was immortalised with a class photograph. While the academic procession by the mentors as well as the students touched a chord, the traditional blessing ceremony with tilaks applied on the foreheads of the students helped accord a warm welcome. The melodious ambience added to the magic of the evening with songs, instrumental rendition and dances. Students were distinguished with the title of 'Graduates' as senior Headmistress, Ms.Shoma Lahiri and school Principal Ms. Srividya Sridhar felicitated them by turning the tassels off their hats and presented them with Citation certificates and Photo folders. The ceremony comprised of heartfelt speeches by students as well as the parents who felt extremely nostalgic and proud to be a part of the DPSG institution. Speaking on rh occasion, Principal ma’am blessed the students for a bright and prosperous future.The ceremony was concluded with a song by Ms. Shoma Lahiri who expressed her delight and happiness about the transformational journey of the students of Batch 2023.

Congratulations Udit!!!

We are proud of our young innovative mind, Udit Agarwal of Grade XA from DPSG Palam Vihar has designed a science model that has been selected at the district level for INSPIRE MANAK AWARD 2022-23 which is an initiative of the Ministry of Science and Technology, GOI that has been implemented through State and UT governments with objectives to attract young students to study science as well as pursue research career which will promote creative thinking and foster a culture of innovation among them. He borrowed the vision for his model to create a solution pertaining to the daily rise in temperature. In essence, the model is called Regen O2.The principle behind his model is simple yet impactful. Cooling towers are a crucial component in residential and commercial structures. These specialized devices pull air in by sucking and lowering the temperature. They don't require any maintenance and mainly focus on the use of renewable energy. They also consist of anti-pollution plants that are planted vertically which increases the oxygen levels. The model that he has designed is entirely powered by solar energy making it eco-friendly and futuristic. In addition to this, by collecting rainwater, the collecting wings will contribute to the raising of water table levels. This innovative and modernistic device won critical acclaim and appreciation.Udit will now be competing at State and National Level. He is a role-model for our DPSGians.

All the Best Udit!!

Panel discussion on 'Health and Fitness'

DPSG, Palam Vihar hosted a panel discussion on ‘ Health and Fitness’ by health care professionals on 17th December in the school premises. Dr. Ismit Tyagi, working as Physiotherapy Executive and Head of Department in Manipal hospital and Dr. Shalini Garwin Bliss, Executive Dietician from the same hospital were the facilitators as well as keynote speakers. The questions posed by the facilitators of the Physical Education Department were particularly insightful with focus on the dos and don’ts for the sports enthusiasts. There were also queries on how to deal with injuries and loss of stamina post matches. The difference between ‘hot pack’ and ‘cold pack’ and tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow were well explained. There were pertinent questions related to diet and nutrition with special emphasis on fortified food, food supplements and importance of balanced diet.The medical practitioners handled all queries with expertise, wisdom and patience. They were the partners in the awareness programme and handed out privilege cards for one and all. The session was truly an eye opener and indeed beneficial.


Sport is a crucial part of life, it enhances our health not just physically but mentally as well. And what’s a better way than a contest to make sports enticing? The most awaited tournament, the Chairman's Cup, brought along a flurry of excitement and a plethora of activities, in the presence of the Honourable Chief Guest, Mr Mukul Dagar, the Director of Sports, Mr Manish Kumar, great teams, and the cheering audience making this a remarkable event! The ceremony started with the School Captains Saumya and Akshat welcoming the dignitaries, and participants, after which the felicitation of the chief guests was done. Next, the school's talented choir gave an energetic performance singing the song, “It’s My Life”, and lifted the spirits of all present. The audience further witnessed the Mass Drill led by the Primary School Students who energized everyone with their vehement aura.It was followed by the address of the learned faculty members of the school, who took us on a trip down memory lane reminiscent of DPSG’s astounding glories in track and field events, the achievements, and the notable achievers who brought laurels to the school and made all proud. The introduction of the teams led by the members of the school’s council, for events - football and volleyball was a proud moment.

The Vice Captain-Ganga House, Sitanshi Tiwary was called upon to take the oath and solemnly promised to showcase camaraderie and prioritize team spirit throughout the event. Thereafter, the Chief Guest, Mr Mukul Dagar graced the stage with his presence and exhibited the importance of sports in our lives through his deliberation. He further shared how nostalgia hit him hard as he paid a visit to his school campus. He concluded his speech by paying emphasis on the intrinsic essence of sports in our lives and finally wished good luck to all the team players. The National Anthem was sung collectively by all to acknowledge the ulterior motive of making our nation proud and to awaken the sense of patriotism in all. The opening performance finally made way for the most awaited Inter School Tournaments where undying zeal and enthusiasm had already soared the roof among the players. Thus, without any further delay, the Chief Guest declared the tournament open! The football and volleyball fever had grasped the attention of the entire school for the two days the tournament had happened. The first day was spent playing various matches for both Football and Volleyball with the players showcasing a vigorous performance. At the end of the first day, the Volleyball matches were concluded. The second day paved the way for the conclusion of the event, with the only match being the football finale. Both teams did exceptionally well. The ending ceremony was full of cheers from the wild crowd who applauded the players. The felicitation was done by AVM. L.N. Sharma, Secretary, DPSG Society and Director, Academics and Training. congratulated and felicitated all the team players with medals and encouraged them to dedicate themselves more towards sports.


At DPSG, we believe in providing experiential learning which is about altering perspectives and changing mindsets by taking the learner outside their comfort zone and making them actively engage and reflect on a concept. Keeping this in mind, the students of Grade IV were taken to witness concepts related to production and manufacturing plant by visiting Parle G, Bahadurgarh, Haryana on November 19th 2022. The students witnessed an animated documentary explaining the process of manufacturing biscuits and candies, as well as advertisements of some of the company’s products were shown. Then, they were then taken inside the factory to have a view of various stages of production of biscuits such as mixing, moulding and packaging the final product. It was an informative, enjoyable and a great learning experience for the students. To add to their joy, the students were given Parle G biscuits and candies as a goodwill gesture.

Children's Day Celebrations

DPSG Palam Vihar hosted a memorable Children’s Day with an interhouse dance competition. The vision was to showcase the synchronised movement through an array of emotions in a rhythmic way to express an idea. Neksha Rana’s welcome address set the tone for the inter house dance competition which was initially held for classes VI to VII. This category presented their performances on-The shadow of legendary figure, personality. Students from grades IX and XI showcased an act on the topic- ‘Once upon a dream’. All the houses under their allotted sequence (Ganga, Saraswati, Kaveri, Yamuna) didn’t leave any stone unturned to amaze the audience with the visual treat. The students were able to express and communicate their creative ideas through their performances. The day left the students with memorable impressions and impressed them with delightful takeaways.

DPSG Palam Vihar played a cricket match against Shishu Kalyan in XXII Maru Mal Memorial Inter-School Cricket Tournament. The DPSGites out played the other team in a one sided game and won by 101 runs and proceeded to the Quarterfinals. Rajat Kundu and Yash Kataria were the two who were outstanding with their performances. Rajat had a haul of 5 wickets and Yash scored 72 runs .

Participation in SGFI U-14 State

The four students, Gaurav Lohia - IXA, Tanishq – IX C, Haardik – VIIID and Suryansh Yadav – of VIID have been selected for SGFI State Tournament starting from today and will last to 19th November.

A guest lecture was organized for the students of Grade-2, DPSG Palam Vihar on 10th November 2022.

The guest speakers were parents of the same grade. This was in connection with the TD Theme- 'Where We are in Place and Time’, in which students are currently inquiring about the enhanced technology and how it has led to enhanced lifestyle. The speakers (parents of Grade-2 students), Mr. Rahul Sharma- working as an accountant in Tata Consultancy services and Mr. Suresh Kumar Das- in the field of Sales and Marketing, familiarized our young learners with the usage of enhanced technology in their fields. The students asked variety of questions to enhance their knowledge. The session went well and was highly productive and enjoyable.


The annual event ‘Oorja’ was organized at DPSG PV on 17th October 2022. It aims at creating a better world for our children and exploring ways to harness sustainable energy resources. To begin on an apt note, ‘Aigiri Nandini’, a stotra dedicated to Goddess Parvathi who is an embodiment of Shakti, was presented by the school choir. Principal DPSG Palam Vihar, Ms. Srividya Sridhar, welcomed the chief guest Dr Arun Tripathi, Scientist Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and our guests of honour Dr Naresh Kumar, Joint Commissioner, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, MCG and Mr. Anil Kumar Bellary, Co-Director in the Support Office of the Indo German Energy FORUM and enlightened the audience about the illustrious journey of Oorja over the years. Dr Arun Tripathi and Dr Naresh Kumar shared their pearls of wisdom relevant to their respective fields of expertise with the audience. The students of the Primary Wing performed a thought provoking Nukkad Natak on ‘Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation’ which left the audience with a powerful message to ponder and reflect upon.The students displayed an array of models based on themes of ‘Solar Energy,’ ‘Renewable Energy’ and ‘Achieving Sustainable Development Goals. The models displayed in the exhibition also demonstrated how to use solar energy and were judged by the dignitaries from NISE.

Workshop on health and hygiene

A workshop on health and hygiene was conducted on 9th September for the girls of Grade IX and X to sensitize them about physical health and mental hygiene. Dr Astha Dayal, MBBS,MD, MRCOG, Consultant Obs and Gynae, CK Birla Hospital spoke at length about issues pertaining to a healthy life. Likewise, Dr Shalabh Agrawal, MBBS,MS, DNB(Urology), Consultant, Urology & Andrology, C K Birla Hospital conducted a workshop for boys of Grades Ix and X on 12th September. The resource persons took all the questions related to male health and hygiene and answered questions related to adolescent age group.

Workshop for Teachers

At DPSG, we believe that quality education is a common goal which can only be achieved through persistent collaboration. In view of this, a session was organized on Saturday, 17th September 2022 for teachers of early years from ‘Rainbow Public School’ and ‘Pink ‘n’ Blue’. In her welcome address, Ms. Srividya Sridhar, Principal, DPSG Palam Vihar gave a brief introduction of the IB Primary Years Program and its significance in building up skills and attributes among young students. This was followed by sessions on ‘What it takes to be an Inquiry Teacher’ and ‘Importance of Play in Early Years’. Several Ideas and best practices were shared to build some common understandings and learn from each other.

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebrations at Siri Fort Auditorium

On 26th August 2022 the students of all DPSG society schools came together to stage a mega event, ‘Dholavira to Narendra Modi’, an art and culture splendour at the Siri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi. The event commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State for Culture and the Chairman of DPSG Society Shri. Om Pathak. Shri. Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer affairs, Food & Public distribution, Textiles and leader of the Rajya Sabha too graced the event with his benign presence later during the event. The three eminent people shared their pearls of wisdom and enlightened the audience with their dream and vison for India and encouraged the students, that as young citizens of the nation today, they are the future of tomorrow and hence furthering the cause and the aim envisioned by the forefathers of our nation, is on their shoulders. The history of our nation from the Indus Valley Civilization to the present was a visual treat with vocal music, dance, theatre, martial arts dance forms that were suitably embellished by multimedia projections. It was a great opportunity for all our students who were part of the production to share the stage with some renowned artists in the field of performing arts. The entire production was woven into the fabric of the cultural extravaganza through the representation of the conflict between the colonised and coloniser which lasted from 1857 to 1947, followed by the chronicle of nation-building in the post-colonial era and resurgence of modern India. Besides the production, the art aficionados of all the DPSG schools depicted the uniqueness, evolution and freedom movement of India through their paintings with focus on the different eras of independence.

Assembly on Women Equality Day
Women and girls, everywhere, must have equal rights and opportunity, and be able to live free of violence and discrimination. Women’s equality and empowerment is one of the 17 Sustainable goals also.Women Equality Day is celebrated world around on 26th August that marks the anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment which granted women the right to vote. Keeping this thought alive the students of Grade 5D celebrated Women Equality Day during morning assembly conducted on 23.8.2022.The morning assembly commenced with a prayer to show gratitude to the almighty for blessing us. An intriguing thought on Women Equality was shared after the prayer. After that the students put up an act showcasing the importance of Women Equality that included a heart-warming song followed by an act to showcase connections between top 10 Indian women personalities with different IB PYP learner profile attributes. The winners of interschool painting event were awarded with certificates. The program concluded with National Anthem.

“Culture is a window reflecting the history, culture and spiritual world of a nation. Cultural exchange is a bridge to enhance the mutual understanding and friendship between the people of different nations.”

Hu Jintao.

Grade 4, proudly hosted a special session on 'Culture of Bangladesh’ and had interacted with the guest speaker- Mr. Rezuan Chawdhury on 18th Aug. 2022. He is an IB facilitator at Abdul Kadir Molla International School, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He completed his Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration and began teaching in the IB in 2010. He believes in sharing and learning through research in education, and his articles “Impact of COVID on Online Teaching Platform: Study on IB Curriculum in Bangladesh” and "Impact of E learning in the education sector: Challenges and prospects of collaboration in remote learning” have been published in the USA and Malaysia respectively. He has led several student workshops globally and is passionate about making students agentic learners.The main aim of the session was to develop international mindedness among the students. During the course of line of inquiry 2, the students shared their point of view while finding, interpreting, and understanding different aspects of culture around the world. The session helped them to understand the differences and similarities between the culture of India and Bangladesh. They observed and gained knowledge about culture of Bangladesh. The students developed the learner profile attribute of being Open-minded as they appreciated the culture, traditions and values of Bangladesh during the session.

By creating international connections, you are learning how to get by in a variety of cultures.

Collaboration with Villa Gratia Dei College from Lima Perú, South America.

A cultural exchange session was organized between grade 4 students of DPSG Palam Vihar, India, and Villa Gratia Dei College, Lima Perú.

The two days session began with bird’s overview for the current UOI- How We Express Ourselves in which the young learners are exploring about culture in India and around the world. DPSG students dressed up in their cultural attire and gave presentation about culture of different states of India. The students and educator from Peru appreciated the efforts of the students as students spoke in their local language, sang, danced, and showcased the culture of their states.Second day, the students of Villa Gratia Dei College showcased the culture of their country which included the different varieties of food eaten there, festivals and dance forms. The students of DPSG learnt new dance steps and enjoyed the session.The session was quite meaningful, and students could later find out the similarities and dissimilarities between the two countries using the strategy- ‘Venn diagram’ .

Janmashtami Celebrations

Krishna Jayanti celebrates togetherness and encourages goodwill. The holy occasion brings people together, thus it signifies unity and faith. With these thoughts in mind, the students of Grade 5- C presented a special assembly to showcase the significance of ‘Krishna Janmashtami’ on 16th August. Janya opened the assembly with the thought of the day, which was from the teachings of the Bhagwad Gita. A story presentation followed this by Samraat and Saanvi who took everyone to the era and explained the reasons why Janmashtami is celebrated. Grade 5-C students also prepared and presented a melodious bhajan ‘Achutam Keshavam’. A dance presentation on the same was given by Lav, Lavanya, Ania and Kanak. After that, Aayushman spoke on how Janmashtami is celebrated in different parts of the country. Vedansh hosted the entire assembly. The students of Grade 5-C exhibited the Learner Profile attributes of being Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Communicators and Risk Takers as they researched the reasons for celebrating Janmashtami through different resources and wrote their script on their own. The dance performance was choreographed by the students themselves. They enhanced their knowledge bank through this.

The students at DPSG PV F Block celebrated JANMASHTAMI festival with great zeal and pomp on 18th August 2022. Students of Nursery and KG came dressed up as Krishna and Radha. A Splendid performance was given by the students of Nursery by doing Ramp walk and a mesmerizing dance performance was given by KG students on the song “Radhe, Radhe’. Parents and the students immensely enjoyed the program and appreciated the efforts put up by the tiny


Freedom in the Mind,

Faith in our words....

Pride in our souls....

Let’s salute the Nation on this Auspicious day.

The celebration of the 76th Independeence Day, commenced on a beautiful note in DPSG PV F Block. Students of grade 1 presented slogans related to different freedom fighters and also performed a dance on ‘Patriotic Mash up’. The students of KG made a Tri-colour Magic wheel and Nursery students made a Tri-colour flag as craft work. Prinicpal Maam Ms.Srividya Sridhar addressed the tiny tots and the Parents and motivated them about the Patriotism and the essence of freedom.

“We are the glory of the young nation, We stand for India that is one”

World Emoji Day

Lets celebrate Emoji’s

World Emoji Day was celebrated in DPSG Palam Vihar Pre Primary Wing on 15th July. The purpose of the World Emoji Day was to promote the use of emojis and spread the enjoyment that they bring to all around us.Students were made aware of different Emojis showing different emotions and feelings.Students celebrated it at school by creating various emoji's on balloons ,drawing and finger printing on different types of emojis which they thoroughly enjoyed.

DPSG Palam vihar wishes everyone a happy and loving world emojiday.

Earth Day Celebration

In DPSGPV Pre- Primary wing, Earth Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm to sensitize the students about the importance of Earth Day. The significance of Mother Earth and the importance of 3R’s (reduce, reuse, and recycle) in our day-today life were explained to children, and how to save Mother Earth and the resources given by her, was also told. To demonstrate their support for environmental protection, they visited Norang farm Nursery. It gave an opportunity to students to observe, experience and understand different kinds of plants and their importance .The students also took care of plants by watering them and also they made an earth day craft by making handprint on earth globe. They also planted seeds of coriander, tulsi, pudina, watering, nurturing the plants in the school vicinity.

“The first rule of sustainability is to align with natural forces, or at least not try to defy them.”

- Paul Hawken.

PYPX- Group 3, Overdependence on Earth’s Natural Resources has interacted with the guest speaker- Dr. Payal Rani on 07th March 2022. Dr. Payal Rani is Assistant Professor at Department of Geophysics, Banaras Hindu University. She has also served as Project Scientist at CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad. Dr. Payal shared her experience and observation on the topic- Sustainability of Earth’s Natural Resources. As the tuning in activity, students were shown some pictures of different objects, such as wood, sunlight, car, drawer, cotton, shirt, coal, burger, house, crown, windmill, refinery, grain, ocean, and the electricity tower. The students classified them into Finite and Infinite Resources. This activity was done to check their knowledge about natural resources. She also discussed about Sustainable Development and what are the principles that we should follow. The focused question was “How can we sustain the resources?”. She gave examples from daily routine on how can we use 3Rs. She urged the students to think how they all can make changes in their daily lives by following 3Rs and also guided them to take one action at a time as the solutions are available to steer us towards a low carbon future and zero waste. She gave a direction to students that their vision should be for a thriving community that uses resources wisely and with concrete solutions, we can make change. During the question- answer session, the students shared the problems which they explored when they were working on Line of Inquiry 3 and gave clear and practical examples on how to sustain a limited natural resource. In the end Dr. Payal shared her delight to be a part of the discussion and how we have an important role to play in preparing and empowering students to take responsibility for creating and enjoying a sustainable future.

Independence Day Celebrations

‘’Freedom is never dear at any price, it is breath of life, what would a man not pay for his living?”-Mahatma Gandhi

A special assembly on ‘Independence Day’ was organized by class 5B on 9th August’ 2022 at DPSG Palam Vihar (Primary Wing). The assembly began with a prayer to the almighty. Following this the students gave speech on Independence Day in which they talked about the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for their motherland. After this the students sang a patriotic song which touched everyone’s hearts. The dance performance filled the atmosphere with the feeling of belongingness towards our country.The H.M. Ms. Harmeet Kaur addressed the children and encouraged them to participate in ‘Har Ghar Tiranga Movement’. The assembly was concluded by the national anthem.

'How the Local Governing Bodies Work’

On 8th August, a Guest Speaker session was organized for Grade 5 students at DPSG Palam Vihar school on ‘How the Local Governing Bodies Work’. The 5the graders of the school are already exploring different government systems around the world under the TD Theme – How We Organize Ourselves. Ms. Shakuntala Yadav, Councillor of Ward No. 2 and Mr Narender Yadav, an active committee member were the guest speakers. The session started with the welcome address by school Principal, Ms Srividya Sridhar. Ms. Shakuntala Yadav upraised the students on how they work for the welfare of the residents of Ward-2. Mr Narender Yadav addressed the students on how the Local Governing Bodies work and how they create social structures that guide the lives of the citizens. This was followed by a question answer session, wherein the students clarified their doubts about the same. The guest speakers were acknowledged for their services towards the betterment of the society by HM Ms. Harmeet Kaur. All in all, the session was quite fruitful of all the students.

Sammaan Samaroh

DPSG Palam Vihar on the 18th of August 2022 hosted the ‘Sammaan Samaroh’ to felicitate the local heroes who are serving our nation in different ways possible. The event commenced with the address by Ms. Srividya Sridhar who explained that the students should know the importance of local heroes of their society and get inspiration from them. A melodious song by the students of the primary wing enthralled one and all. This paved the way for the appreciation ceremony to acknowledge the heroes the school called each hero to the stage and gave them an award and told the audience about their contribution to society especially during the pandemic. It was really a proud moment for all at DPSG. To enlighten the importance of Jhansi Ki Rani, the students did a skit on how her kingdom was attacked by Britishers and how she gave her life for her nation. The students of the primary wing prepared four different dances to depict the symbolism of the different colours of the Indian flag and a finale which concluded with the formation of the tri-color flag with pieces of cloth and students dressed as commandos marching in between the audience with the Indian flags in their hands showcasing the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ theme. The principal acknowledged the efforts of the foundational domain for putting up the wonderful performance and also the academic operators of the school Mr. Jagdish and Mr. Kishore who were the backbone of the school during the pandemic. The heroes were invited to share their wise thoughts with the audience. The event concluded with the National Anthem as a tribute to our martyrs.One of the events which took place was the Interschool Quiz Competition which was held in two categories- category-1(6-8) and category-2(9-12) that was held in 4 rounds-General round, Who Am I, Audio-Visual, and Fast and Furious round. The main aim of the event was to expand the knowledge of the freedom struggle of the students. The winner of the competition was CCA school and the runner’s-up was St. Crispin’s school for category 1. For category 2, St. Crispin’s school stole the stage by being the winner and DPSG PV became the runner’s-up. The poetry competition as part of the literary event saw students of DPSG performing with great expertise. The recitation of self-composed poetry was the event for Category A and for Category B, it was poetry composition on the spot for both A and B. Sharon Lynette Steve of Grade XA and Rashmi Sharma of Grade VIIID bagged the second prize for the Categories B and A respectively.The best events of the day were the football and basketball matches. In the basketball girls finale, the first position was secured by CCA school, next up at second position was Ajanta school and in the line was DPSG PV who secured third position. DPSG PV bagged the first position in Basketball for Boys which made the crowd go wild with a shining gold medal in their hands. In the boys football finals, Ajanta grabbed the first position against DPSG.

Indeed, it was a proud day for DPSG to cherish !

'The paths may change as life goes along, but the bond between a brother and sister remains ever strong.’

A special assembly on ‘Raksha Bandhan’ was organized by class 5A on 2nd August’ at DPSG Palam Vihar (Primary Wing). The event commenced by invoking the blessings of Lord with a prayer. Children were brimming with confidence as they delivered their lines on importance of Raksha Bandhan with conviction. They also recited English and Hindi poems on Raksha Bandhan. This was followed by a mellifluous song sung by the students of the class on this special occasion which touched everyone’s hearts. A scintillating dance performance to showcase the bond of brother and sister brightened the whole atmosphere.

Towards the end of the assembly, the announcements of the winners of English Interhouse Competition thrilled the students with the feeling of excitement and pride.

Competitions on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsava

‘Each new day is a new opportunity to improve yourself, take it, and make the most of it.’

DPSG Palam Vihar organised various competitions on 17th August as part of AKAM. To enhance the debating skills of the students, the school organised the Interschool English Debate Competition under the aegis of the Social science Department on the topic ‘Economic Sustainability is an Illusion’. Each school team comprised 4 members which consisted of 2 speakers and 2 interjectors. The Best Speaker Award was given to Parv Sharma from DPSG Palam Vihar and the Interjector award was given to Sakshi Singh from Blue Bells Public School. The Best School Team award which was given to Blue Bells Public School,Sec-10 and the Runners-Up Team award was given to St. Crispin’s School. The crisscross of opinions with apt rebuttal was truly a pleasure to witness. The Poster- making competition for grades 6 to 8(Category-1) and 9 to 12(Category-2) which aimed at ‘India 25 years from now’ and ‘Futuristic India’. One student from each school participated in each category of the competition. The first position for Category 1 was bagged by Aashika Jain from DPSG Palam Vihar, the second position was bagged by Sankit from SD Adarsh Public School and the third position was secured by Bhavya Gupta from St. Crispin’s School. While Anushka from DPSG PV stole the stage by securing first position, second up securing the second position was Siddharth Jain from St. Crispin’s and next in line securing third position was Anurag Kumar Singh from Rotary Public School. This competition developed the aesthetic sensibility of the students. To boost up the fitness and proficiency of the students in sports, the school organised the Interschool- Basketball Boys and Girls Competition. The winners were CCA and DPSG, PV school for the Girls and Boys Team.

Kudos to all the winners!

Nukkad Nattak on 'Say No to Plastics'

Visual representation is the best way to connect with the wider society. On this thought, the students of DPSG Palam Vihar prepared a Nukkad Natak that was showcased in the neighbouring communities like Vypar Kendra and Sector-23 on 16th August, 2022. The main agenda behind this Nukkad Natak was to spread the awareness on ‘Saying No to Plastic’. The participants tried innovative ideas to depict the harmful effects of plastic and suggested measures to recycle and reuse plastic in different ways possible. They people of the community also came together to witness the beauty of this art. This was a great initiative taken by the school to make the people of the society realise that they should avoid the use of plastic and they can opt for greener ways possible. The concept of Environmental Science was driven home aesthetically through art integration. It was indeed a seamless integration spearheaded by the Foundational domain of the school.

“Culture is a window reflecting the history, culture and spiritual world of a nation. Cultural exchange is a bridge to enhance the mutual understanding and friendship between the people of different nations.”

by Hu Jintao.

Grade 4, proudly hosted a special session on 'Culture of Bangladesh’ and had interacted with the guest speaker- Mr. Rezuan Chawdhury on 18th Aug. 2022. He is an IB facilitator at Abdul Kadir Molla International School, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He completed his Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration and began teaching in the IB in 2010. He believes in sharing and learning through research in education, and his articles “Impact of COVID on Online Teaching Platform: Study on IB Curriculum in Bangladesh” and "Impact of E learning in the education sector: Challenges and prospects of collaboration in remote learning” have been published in the USA and Malaysia respectively. He has led several student workshops globally and is passionate about making students agentic learners.The main aim of the session was to develop international mindedness among the students. During the course of line of inquiry 2, the students shared their point of view while finding, interpreting, and understanding different aspects of culture around the world. The session helped them to understand the differences and similarities between the culture of India and Bangladesh. They observed and gained knowledge about culture of Bangladesh. The students developed the learner profile attribute of being Open-minded as they appreciated the culture, traditions and values of Bangladesh during the session.

Independence Day Celebrations

DPSG Palam Vihar celebrated Independence Day on 15th August 2022 with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor with the staff, students and parents to mark the 76th year of freedom from the British rule. Mr. Bodh Raj Sikri was the esteemed Chief Guest and Colonel Gursatinder Singh was the Guest of Honour. They spared their valuable time to be in the school premises and graced the occasion with their benign presence. The Principal, Ms. Srividya Sridhar and the dignitaries hoisted the tricolour. Everyone saluted the flag and sang the National Anthem. The cultural programme was truly awe inspiring .The musical rendition by the school band with its presentation of an ensemble of patriotic songs, the dance medley and skit based on the theme of courage, determination and fiery nationalism upped the zeal and the fervour. The Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour shared their pearls of wisdom and encouraged the students to realize, understand and cherish our coveted freedom and work towards a progressive nation. The Principal addressed the gathering and said that freedom is sacred and citizens must do everything to ensure that it shall not be endangered. She also emphasized on the role of youth today as the true wealth of the world’s largest democracy.To give impetus to the cause, the celebration was also held with the PVRA Association of Palam Vihar, Gurugram. The event was graced by Ms Rohini Devi, mother of Rakesh Daulatabad, MLA, Outer Gurugram and Ms Srividya Sridhar. This was an occasion to felicitate the frontline workers as well as the luminaries. The eminent personalities like Ms Srividya Sridhar, Ms Harmeet kaur, Jagbirji and Sukhbir Ji were honoured . The PVRA celebration ended with a mesmerising dance performance by Mrs. Rajni Sood. Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity. To mark the 76th Independence Day of India, DPSG, Palam Vihar is celebrating a week-long Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, beginning on Monday, 15th August 2022. The different departments of the school will be organizing a plethora of interactive, cultural events and competitions. This will allow the participants to express their patriotic ideas and showcase their talent in diverse domains.


In keeping with the DPSG Society’s vision of nurturing globally responsible and ecologically sound denizens of the Earth, DPSG Palam Vihar conducted a massive Adoption and Plantation Drive of saplings in their lush green Campus on Wednesday, 20th July’22. The event ‘Environearth’ with the motto ‘Each One Nurtures One’ began under the mentorship of Mr. Bodh Raj Sikri from the Punjabi Biradari Mahasangathan Gurugram, in collaboration with Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Society.

The program started with a special assembly seeking the blessings of Goddess Saraswati followed by the rendition of a meaningful song by the Primary Wing Choir which resonated with the theme of environmental protection. Principal DPSG Palam Vihar, Ms. Srividya Sridhar asked each member to experience the parental joy of nurturing a sapling and see it blossom. The Chief Guest was Mr. Bodh Raj Sikri, Vice President CSR Trust Haryana Govt., Member Road safety Committee, School Vahan Suraksha Committee, Member, Advisory Committee of HSIIDC (Bulk Drug) and Member, Executive Committee, State BJP Haryana along with a host of dignitaries. He urged all present to uphold learnings of the ancient scriptures where plants and forests were life-givers across Yugas.

In this drive the learners and mentors of the DPSG schools took the ‘green pledge’ for the plantation and nurturance of 1800 plants across the Haryana Schools of DPSG Palam Vihar, DPSG Sushant Lok and DPSG Faridabad. At DPSG Sushant Lok, the Chief Guest was Mr. Anil Yadav, Active Social Member of ward no. 35 Gurugram. Principal DPSG Sushant Lok, Ms. Meenu Chopra welcomed this initiative and urged the DPSGites to preserve, protect and conserve the green zones for posterity. At DPSG Faridabad, the Chief Guest was Mr. Rakesh Gautam, the hon’ble DPRO of Faridabad. He along with Principal DPSG Faridabad, Ms. Preeti Sangwan also reminded the youth of the onerous responsibility of safeguarding the environment and the future of the world. The Pledge taken in the assembly was signed by each plant receiving member and decided that the location be plotted over a map.

Kargil Diwas

Kargil Vijay Diwas is witnessed every year on the 26th of July to honour the brave soldiers of the Indian army who selflessly laid down their lives to safeguard India’s borders. To honour Kargil heroes, who sacrificed their lives for their motherland on 26 July 1999, A special morning assembly on Kargil Vijay Diwas was organized by the students of grade III of DPSG Palam Vihar. It started with a welcome speech by one of the students who talked about the contribution of the Armed Forces followed by a patriotic song. The School choir flawlessly blended patriotism with the tune. Last but not least the students enacted Kargil Diwas depicting the sacrifices made by the soldiers to safeguard our country and come out victoriously.

Laurels in Sports

3rd May 2022 saw DPSG, Palam Vihar hosting the district level Softball Championship. The boys squad comprising of Shashwat, Piyush, Krish Dagar, Deep and Dev Rana won the second position while the girls squad with Vanshika, Tamanna, Anjali, Kirti and Anshika bagged the third position. The victorious teams qualified for the state level tournament which was held on 8th May at Kurukshetra. The boys team bagged the third position and were felicitated by the DM, Ms Sunita Yadav . They were presented with bronze medals and a scholarship of Rs. 18,000 each. Mr. Manoj Dagar, the dedicated softball coach was also honoured. Piyush and Anshika will represent the school in the Nationals slated to be held in Chandigarh at the end of this month. Kudos to the champs!

Earth Day Celebrations

For the past 40 years, Earth Day has been celebrated around the world to draw attention to some of our most pressing environmental and social problems, including climate change, overutilization of resources, and ignorance and disrespect towards biodiversity. DPSG, Palam Vihar has always made a conscious endeavour to instil environmental awareness and thereby to help students understand the metabolic needs of the planet. A month- long celebration of Preservation and Protection of Mother Earth in the school premises unfolded a plethora of activities like the interhouse painting competition, bookmark making competition, poetry composition and E waste management drive on the theme of energy conservation and restoration. To understand the magnitude of the problem, the green warriors of the school have put their best foot forward to act and devise a plan of action to use the resources in a judicious manner. A tree plantation ceremony took place on 6th May to preserve the green belt. Saplings were made available to all students and teachers to give impetus to the cause.

The Earth Day as the grand culmination was celebrated in the school premises on 7th May. A host of dignitaries graced the occasion with their benign presence. The chief guest was Dr. Mahendrabhai Munjpara, minister of state in Ministry of women and child development and ministry of Ayush. The Chairman of DPSG Society, Shri Om Pathak was the guest of honour. The programme started with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp. The Principal, Ms Srividya Sridhar presented the significant journey of the school in adopting myriad initiatives to safeguard planet Earth for future generations. The cultural programme that followed was appreciated by one and all. The prize distribution ceremony to felicitate the winners of the painting competition acknowledged the efforts and aesthetic sensibilities of the winners. Speaking on the occasion, the Chairman Sir, Shri Om Pathak appreciated the initiatives of the budding environmentalists of the school. The Honourable minister, Dr. Mahendrabhai Munjpara also blessed the students and lauded their efforts with his pearls of wisdom. The exhibition to showcase the effects of climate change was also very enlightening. Overall, the step forward in the right direction to promote the green drive was a show of solidarity towards the ecological and holistic view of the planet.


The Class of 2023 organized a very fond farewell “CARVAAN” on 13th April 2022 from 10:30am to 2:30pm in the school front lawn bidding an emotional and touching goodbye to their seniors. The event was arranged and organized by the enterprising students of the present batch of Grade 12, in a very short time, and they put up an exemplary show. The whole event was completely student led along with their mentors’ support throughout.

Organization of such an event involved various competencies and collaboration skills which taught so many values like teamwork, leadership, and communication, to young minds. Major highlights of the event were the miscellaneous titles given to students who had made their mark in both scholastic and co-scholastic domains by Ms. Shoma Lahiri and the senior faculty members. The titles of Mr. And Ms. DPSG were interspersed with melodious rendition of the nightingales and energetic performances by the twinkle toes of DPSG with hints of entertainment and fun activities in between. The Mr. And Ms. DPSG titles were bagged by the very well deserving Sahil Arora and Nasmita Yadav who answered the questions posed by the panel of judges comprising of Principal, DPSG Palam Vihar, Ms. Srividya Sridhar, H.M Senior Wing, Ms. Shoma Lahiri, HM Primary Wing, Ms. Harmeet Kaur and PYP Coordinator Ms. Sameeksha Bhatt, displaying remarkable spontaneity and confidence. Our respected Principal crowned them and addressed the gathering with her words of wisdom appreciating the efforts of all the organizing committee members and wishing the students good luck for their forthcoming exams.

This was followed by a vote of thanks by the school vice-captain, Ansh Singh. The event concluded with an apt song by Rajeev Rai and a self-composed poem by Saumya Dubey followed by a flash mob that engaged the seniors as well. The culinary delights added to the ambience of laughter, joy with memories to cherish for a long time to come.

Graduation Day

DPSG, Palam Vihar organized the graduation ceremony to give a fond farewell to the students of Grade XII, the batch of 2022 on 25th March in the school premises. The ceremony commenced with a spirit of exuberance and joie de vivre by flipping of the hats. This paved the way for a grand procession by the members of the student community along with their mentors who have tutored and chiselled them into inquiry driven learners and this proved to be the scene stealer amidst loud cheers and applause.. This walk of credibility showcased their pride, a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of belongingness towards their institution. This was followed by the welcome of the the Chief Guest, school Principal, Ms. Srividya Sridhar, the dignitaries and members of the parent community. The ceremonial lighting of the lamp accompanied by the soulful rendition of Saraswati Vandana helped begin the programme on an auspicious note. The welcome address by Ms Sridhar followed by the presentation of citations to the students made the momentous occasion truly meaningful. Speaking on the occasion, she emphasized on the need for intellectual stimulation and patience and integrity to be successful in life. The address by the two exemplary students, Sahil Arora and Nikhil Yadav of grade XII touched a chord and brought a lump to the throats of all present. Ms Shukla Das, Senior Mathematics faculty member blessed the students with a soul- stirring emotional speech. The song presented by the mentors as well as the classical dance presented by the students of senior wing were the highlights of the cultural ensemble. The gratitude note was presented by the school captain, Nasmita Yadav. The senior Headmistress blessed the students with her eloquent outpourings. The lighting of the lamp of knowledge by the Chief guest, students and teachers was an apt way to bring the proceedings of the evening to an end as it was a symbolic gesture to keep the flame of knowledge radiant and sparkling. The event was designed and orchestrated to enable students to celebrate their moment of glory. The students with their graduation robes and tassels on their right also cherished the memorable evening that made them feel special and motivated them to reach the pinnacle of success.

Walkathon 2022- It’s Time To Bounce Back!

"All truly great concepts are created by walking.” Upholding this spirit, DPSG Palam Vihar held a 'Walkathon’ with the theme ‘Let’s Bounce Back’ on 6th March. The event was held to urge people to stay healthy and fit, especially, as life continues to return to normal after two years of turmoil during which physical activity had taken a back seat.Ms. Srividya Sridhar, the Principal of DPSG Palam Vihar, addressed the gathering with a warm welcome message to commence the program. The event was graced by Chief Guest SI Mr. Sunil Kumar (Traffic dept.), Col Manik Mehta (Cardiologist, Manipal Hospital), Dr. Amit Tiwari, (Neurologist, Manipal Hospital), Mr. Neeraj Dhawan (Senior road safety officer), Mr. Rajive Nandwani (Road safety officer), Mr. Arvind Singla (Road safety officer), Mr. Jagdish Baweja (Road safety officer), Ms. Seema (Road safety officer), Mr. Ashish Pahuja (Road safety officer), and Mr. Bijendra Singh (Rod safety officer). The participants were encouraged by the area zone officer, who spoke to them in an inspiring manner urging all participants to adhere to a fitness regime.The event was flagged off and the multitude of students, parents and staff were pumped with enthusiasm and completed the entire 3.2-kilometer walk. The event was a resounding success. All participants were awarded certificates and the winners bagged gift hampers of sports merchandise. The school anticipates that this event will have a good impact on students' physical fitness because it communicated a clear message that walking is one of the most simple and effective ways to keep in shape.


The Felicitation ceremony for the achievers of International Wetland’s Day and the Chairman’s Cup Tournament was held at DPSG, Palam Vihar on 3rd March 2022, to acknowledge the achievements and hard work of the students. The Chief guest for the ceremony was Ms. Vasvi Tyagi and was accompanied by various dignitaries from the Haryana Forest Development corporation, along with Mr. Anshul Pathak, the vice chairman of DPSG Society and chairman of DPSG Palam Vihar together with Ms. Ritu Kohli, Principal DPSG, Faridabad and Ms. Meenu Chopra, Principal DPSG, Sushant Lok.After the lighting of the lamp by the chief guest and the other dignitaries, the ceremony began on an auspicious note with a classical dance by the school students. The school Principal Ms. Srividya Sridhar formally welcomed the chief guest and other dignitaries. The award ceremony included the distribution of medals and trophies to the winners of the International Wetlands Day competition and Chairman’s Cup tournament. The Chief guest Ms. Vasvi Tyagi addressed the gathering and shared her valuable experience to motivate everyone present there to conserve mother nature and emphasized on the role of every individual to contribute positively to safeguard our ecosystem. The Vice Chairman of school, Shri Anshul Pathak expressed his delight to see everyone in person. He appreciated the dignitaries from the Forest Department and assured them that the school will work together for any endeavor to protect Nature.

The ceremony ended with the vote of thanks rendered by the School Captain, Nasmita Yadav.

DPSG PV Students represent Haryana Team in National Championship

‘Passion first and rest everything will fall into place.’

Thinking and going beyond academics and classrooms is something that DPSG PALAM VIHAR has always believed in. Our students have always been forerunners in sports and co-curricular activities. Two students from DPSG PALAM VIHAR, Krish Dagar from Grade 11th and Athrava Panchal from Grade 9, participated in the 39th National Softball Championship 2021-22. The event took place from 11th January 2022 – 15th January 2022 in Vishakhapatnam. It was organised by the Softball Association of Andhra Pradesh and conducted by the Waltair Softball Association Vishakhapatnam District. Tourism Minister Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao inaugurated the National Championship. Around 900 players from 28 states and 9 territories were expected to participate in this meet. The event was organised to let participants showcase their brilliance in the game. Even though Team Haryana didn’t win but making their way to this National meet by itself was an achievement. We are proud of our champs!

World Thinking Day

World Thinking Day is an annual celebration, marked by the World Association of Girl Guides and Scouts on the 22nd of February. The day was chosen as it is the birthday of both the founder of the Scouting and Guiding movement, Lord Baden-Powell, and of his wife, Lady Baden-Powell. Each February 22, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides across 150 countries celebrate World Thinking Day. It’s a day of international friendship and a time to stand up for causes that could improve the lives of girls around the globe.

World Thinking Day remains one of the most important dates in the guiding calendar, and every year the theme of the event encourages members to think about the big issues affecting them and their global community. Previous World Thinking Days have tackled the subjects of poverty, gender inequality, environmental sustainability, and access to education. In 2022, the theme is “Our World: Our Equal Future: The Environment and Gender Equality.” Grade 6 conducted a special assembly to observe this day where they deliberated on the significance of an equitable world.


Panoramic Performances During Annual Day Celebrations

DPSG, Palam Vihar celebrated its Annual Day virtually themed ‘Dances of India’ on the 5th of February 2022. The program commenced with a welcome address by the school captain-Ms. Nasmita Yadav, followed by the invocation by the school choir.The Guest of honor for the day was our dynamic and visionary Chairman, D.P.S.G Schools, Mr. Om Pathak. School Principal Ms. Srividhya Sridhar, lighted the lamp of knowledge to begin on an auspicious note and presented the Annual School Report for the Academic Session 2021-22. In her message to the students, she applauded the will of the students to learn and the teachers to educate despite disruptions due to the pandemic. Ms. Sridhar further focused on how Sports, an integral part of the school curriculum has helped students stay fit and praised the laurels won by the budding sportspersons during the Chairman’s Cup making a special mention of the sparkling performance of the Under 14 cricket Team who lifted the trophy at the district level.The Vice-Chairman of the DPSG group of schools Mr. Anshul Pathak in his address acknowledged and appreciated the performances of the students and reflected on how the dances of India are a vital part of the school vision as they are no longer co-curricular rather core curricular as they shape the identity of every Indian. The cultural extravaganza unfolded with the Ganesh Vandna performed in the classical dance form of Kathak. A medley of performances on varied dance styles from different States such as ‘Bhangra’ from Punjab, ‘Rouf’from Kashmir, and ‘Kara Kattam’ from Tamilnadu. A vibrant performance by pre-primary students on a Goanese number and ‘Dandiya’ and ‘Garbha’ by the primary wing transported the audience to the heart of Gujrat.The school choir sang the school song as part of the closing ceremony followed by the inspiring address by Mr. Om Pathak. He began with a token of appreciation for the staff and students for putting up an outstanding show and lauded the efforts of educators in striving for academic excellence while transacting the futuristic curriculum ‘CD 2020’ which focuses on enquiry-based learning with students at the helm of things. The event concluded with the Vote of Thanks by the School Captain.

World Wetland Day Celebrated In Gurugram

Every year on the 2nd of February, World Wetlands Day is celebrated to spread awareness about the critical role it plays in maintaining natural cycles and supporting a wide range of biodiversity. This year, to commemorate this occasion special events such as creating posters, video-making and Art-Competitions were organized by D.P.S.G Palam Vihar in collaboration with Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Changes at Sultanpur National Park, Gurugram, Haryana where students across the prominent schools in the N.C.R participated. An engaging program was hosted at the venue, which was presided over by honorable Chief Minister of Haryana, Shri Manohar Lal Khattar and Hon. Union Cabinet Minister of Labour and Employment, Environment, Forest, and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav was the special guest along with a host of other bureaucrats. Sh. Kanwar Pal, Hon. Minister of Forests, Education, Tourism and Art & Culture, Haryana was the host-in-chief of the event which saw a release of Brochures on - First Ramsar sites of Haryana Sultanpur, Gurugram & Bhindawas, Jhajjar, declarations of 2 new Ramsar sites-The Khijadia Wildlife Sanctuary (Gujarat) and The Bakhira Wildlife Sanctuary (UP). The logo of proposed All India Forest Sports Meet in Panchkula, Haryana was also released. School heads Principal DPSG Palam Vihar, Ms. Srividya Sridhar and D.P.S.G Sushant Lok, Ms. Meenu Chopra also attended the program where the school choir from Palam Vihar and Sushanth Lok presented a melodious song on the theme of ‘environmental conservation’ and took the ‘Wetland pledge’ with those present.

Students Pay Befitting Tribute On Republic Day

72 years ago, India became a Republic and on the 26th of January’2022 D.P.S.G Palam Vihar celebrated this momentous occasion paying tribute to our Motherland. The school captain Ms. Nasmita Yadav in her welcome address reminded the citizens of the rich constitutional legacy and our solemn duty to uphold its values. The tri-colour was hoisted by School Principal Ms. Srividya Sridhar with the rendition of the National Anthem. A spate of cultural presentations followed where students confessed and pledged their devotion to the great nation sharing why they are proud to be an ‘Indian’. Laced with patriotic fervor, the dance performances on ‘Kesari’ by the students of the Senior Wing evoked deep nationalist sentiments reminding us of the innumerable sacrifices of the brave soldiers and freedom fighters. In her address to the students, Ms. Srividya Sridhar urged the listeners to fulfill their obligations of upholding the democratic values. She asked the students to not only revel in the past glories but challenge themselves to ‘collaborate’ and ‘dream big’ paving the way to an illustrious future for themselves, the institution, and our Nation. The virtual program concluded with a vote of thanks by the Headmistress of the Primary Wing, Ms. Harmeet Kaur who appreciated the efforts of the Team, despite all odds for presenting a heartfelt tribute on this landmark occasion.

Sumblime Artwork Wins Accolades

An inter-school competition ‘Chitrayaan’ was organized by Pragyan school, Noida on Thursday, 20th of January 2022. Forty schools across India participated in the live competition ‘Kalantar’ in the Grade 8-9 Category, where young artists created Kalamkari Art. Sharon Lynette Stev from Class- IX-A represented the school, bagging the First Prize for her exquisite creation with vivid choice of colours, brightness, intricacy of the art form and brilliant overall presentation. Kudos to her on this stellar achievement!

DPSGPV artists’ creations feature on Clean Air Asia Calendar pages

DPSGPV has been associated with Clean Air Asia programs since 2017. Over the past few years, students have participated in activities and educational initiatives in science and art organised by Clean Air Asia, to create awareness to issues related to the environment. In the wake of the Pandemic, a series of art workshops were launched wherein, participants were selected from 600 schools in India and other countries of Asia. Students were given tasks to find creative solutions to reduce air pollution and imagine an environment with clean air. The culmination of these art sessions wherein different techniques in brush art was used, was to paint a Lung Profile on Clean Air. DPSG, Palam Vihar is proud to announce that work of two young artists won their place to feature in the 2022 Calendar of the Clean Air Asia movement. The painting made by Saumitra Singh came out on the leading page with Vaidehi creation featuring on page six. Kudos to these young artists of grade VI !

Vaccination Drive at School
DPSG Palam Vihar conducted the vaccination drive in a special camp in the school campus . The immunization of students between the age group of 15 to 18 years, commenced from 4th January 2022 in collaboration with UPHC and continued till 6th January 2022. Dr Devendra Yadav was the nodal in charge to facilitate this medical procedure and the mobile vaccination team comprised of two staff nurses in addition to the in charge. The school observed the safety protocol measures and all the students of DPSG Palam Vihar, registered on Cowin App were administered the first dose in school under the watchful eyes of the school Principal, senior coordinator and the class teachers. In this supremely successful venture, over 415 students were vaccinated with Covaxin and Covishield, strictly following the directives and guidelines as laid down by the government. The school team comprising of Mr. Jagdish, Mr. Kishore and other members of the administration department was instrumental in setting up the three-day camp.The school Principal, Ms. Srividya Sridhar expressed her gratitude to the members of the parent community for extending their solidarity to make the vaccination drive a great success. A testimony indeed to all the stakeholders involved for rising to the occasion to eliminate the menace and lay it to rest in sync with the vision and mission of the Honourable Prime Minister.

Chairman's Cup Football Tournament

‘Behind every kick of the ball there has to be a thought’, keeping this spirit in mind, DPSG Palam Vihar hosted the Chairman's Cup Football Tournament 2021. It was a two-day football meet 23rd and 24th of December,2021 where six sister branches of DPSG consisting of DPSG Dehradun, DPSG Faridabad, DPSG International, DPSG Meerut Road, DPSG Vasundhra and DPSG Palam Vihar participated to showcase their passion for the game.The event commenced with a warm welcome speech delivered by the Principal of DPSG Palam Vihar, Ms. Srividya Sridhar. Chief Guest Mr. Rajan (a DPSG Alumni), Guest of Honour, Mr Jagdish Ahlawat and Guest, Mr Sandeep Malik encouraged the participants with their words of wisdom. A march past by all the six schools, where players pledged to play with impartiality and uphold the dignity of the game was held. Day one of the meet was extremely eventful. It consisted of a total of six matches where all six teams displayed their brilliance on the field. On the second day, the first Semi-Final for the day was between DPSG Palam Vihar and DPSG International. In the gripping match Harsh Kataria registered three goals followed by Maxim who scored another goal which led to DPSG Palam Vihar winning the match by 4-0.In the second Semi-Final, DPSG Meerut Road and DPSG Dehradun faced each other where Vardhan from DPSG Meerut Road scored two goals and Aditya Soni from DPSG Dehradun netted a goal for his team. Meerut Road registered a 2-1win. The Final match was played between DPSG Palam Vihar and DPSG Meerut Road. Maxim scored two goals, Shashwat, Harsh Chaturvedi and Saksham from DPSG Palam Vihar netted one goal each in a close match which was tied at 1-1. Finally, DPSG Palam Vihar defeated DPSG Meerut Road 4-2 in a Penalty shootout in what turned out to be thriller.

Convincing win for DPSGPV Cricket Team

DPSG Palam Vihar won the cricket tournament and towered over the opposition, defeating the host team DPSG Meerut Road in their home ground by 17 runs in the finals on 18th December’21. Batting first, DPSGPV set a target of 124 runs. Ujjwal Baloda remained 74 not out and captained the side to victory.Top bowlers Rajat Kundu and Poorvansh grabbed 2 wickets each while Kunal Rana took 1 wicket restricting the score of the host school DSPSG Meerut Road to 107 runs. Ayush Ramola did an exemplary job behind the stumps. While Piyush Sharma, Devesh Grewal and Ansh Singh fielded like tigers and saved many boundaries. Sooryansh, Divyansh and Hardik also played a stellar role in clinching the win. Ujjwal Baloda was declared the man of the match while Rajat Kundu the best bowler of the tournament. Well done boys!

DPSGPV Storms to the Finals

In the Intra DPSG schools Cricket Tournament for the Chairman’s Cup held on 17th of December, DPSG Palam Vihar reached the finals by beating DPSG International by 8 wickets. DPSG PV won the toss and opted to field first, restricting the opponents DPSGI to 73 runs during their innings.The leading wicket takers were-Rajat Kundu - 3 wickets, Ujjwal Baloda -2 wickets, Ansh Singh - 2 wickets, Piyush -1 wicket and Poorvash who bagged 2 wickets. Wicket keeper Ayush Ramola exhibited great alacrity behind the stumps. DPSG Palam Vihar registered an impeccable win of 76/2 and achieved the desired target in 12 overs. The leading run scorers were -Ujjwal Baloda and Rajat Kundu who remained not out for 23 runs respectively. Well done boys! We wish you the best for your finals against DPSG Meerut Road.

The cricketeers do it again!

The winning streak continues as the District Champions of the Under -14 Cricket Team of D.P.S.G Palam Vihar registered their win in the 13th Edition of Manav Rachna International School on the 9th of December'2021. They defeated the host school by 7 wickets chasing 89 runs in 11 overs in which Kunal Malik scored an undefeated 37 and Gaurav Lohia 26 runs. Hardik was declared the 'man of the match' for his remarkable spell of 4 overs, including a maiden with fourteen runs and four wickets. Heartiest Congratulations to the mentors and the players for lifting the trophy yet again!


The Under 14 Cricket Tournament, for District Gurugram Schools, was held in Skylark Ground Dwarka Expressway in which 16 schools participated. Team from DPSG Palam Vihar defeated The Shri Ram Aravali in the quarter finals where they had a clean sweep by defeating the opposition by 10runs. In the Semi-Finals the pacemakers stumped the opponents D.A.V sector-14 by registering an impeccable win by 9 wickets. It was a clean sweep for the talented cricketers of Team D.P.S.G P. V as they nailed their victory defeating The Shri Ram School, Moulsari, by 22 runs in the thrilling final match. We are proud of this stellar achievement of our young cricketers who have upheld the vision of their institution which believes in holistic development of students creating opportunities of Teamwork, Sportsmanship, and Cooperation encouraging various Team Sports.

‘Rainbow-Rise, Radiate and Rejuvenate’-fun at its best!

Children’s day is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm across the country. Every child cherishes this day as they get to enjoy it to the fullest.

DPSG, Palam Vihar has always been known for organising special events on children’s day. This year's celebration ‘Rainbow-Rise, radiate and rejuvenate’ witnessed a plethora of inter-house competitions held on the 12th of November’21 like Jewellery designing, Mannequin Draping and Ramp Walk. Students of grade 6th-12th in both the senior and junior categories sashayed their way into the hearts of the audience sporting gowns, dresses, traditional and costume jewellery using recycled, natural and biodegradable products.

It was sheer joy to see the budding artists at their creative best perform flawlessly. Other innovative and fun-filled games such as ‘stock your asset’, ‘dress up and be sporty’ ‘catch your fate’ and the popular ‘lemon and spoon race’ had the house members cheering for their participants.

The mentors sang a medley and performed on a dance to entertain the students. Soon after the competitions, the students' messages poured in, thanking the teachers profusely for making the Children's Day 2021 so memorable. The heartfelt appreciation by the students is a testimony to the grand success of the celebration of Children's Day.

Inter House Multiple Competition

Adrenaline rush and creativity at its peak as DPSG, Palam Vihar organised sports and arts competitions! DPSG, Palam Vihar has always been known for its enthusiasm towards extra-curricular activities. Recently, the school organised multiple arts and sports competitions for students of the 6th to 12th standard. Each of these was an inter-house competition, and the purpose was to keep the competitive spirit alive among students. Categories had been decided as per classes. Students from 6th to 8th participated in category 1, while those from 9th to 12th participated in category 2. The Ganga house boys stole the thunder in the category 1 volleyball competition, while the runners-up were Kaveri house boys.Ganga house won the first prize in category 1 while Yamuna House bagged first position in category 2 in the greeting card making competition using their exemplary creative skills.On the other hand, Yamuna house secured first position in Rangoli making competition in both the categories. In Basketball competition kaveri House bagged 1st position category 1 both for boys and girls and in category 2 the 1st position was secured by Yamuna House girls and Kaveri House boys.The school Principal, Ms. Srividhya Sridhar congratulated the winners and gave away the prizes and certificates.

District Softball Championship 2021-22

Physical Education is an integral part of imparting holistic education and helps attain both mental and physical prowess. Constantly driven by this realization, D.P.S.G Palam Vihar hosted the Junior District level Softball Championship under- 17 on 13th October 2021 organized by District Softball Association, Gurugram on the sprawling fields of its campus. The event was inaugurated by the secretary, Kridabharti organization, Mr. Umesh Kumar and Principal, DPSG Palam Vihar, Ms. Srividya Sridhar who motivated and cheered the participants for their rigour, reflexes, and discipline.Around 250 participants from the N.C.R took part in the championship with great zeal and enthusiasm. In the Under 17 boy category, the final match was played between Government Model Sanskriti School and DPSG Palam Vihar where participants showcased their unyielding spirit. DPSG Palam Vihar was successful in grabbing the second position in the under 17 Boys.Category.In the Under 17 Girls.Category, the final match was played between Government Senior Secondary School, Chakkarpur, Government Model Sanskriti School and the Government Senior Secondary school defeated their contenders 5-4 in a thrilling match. DPSG Palam Vihar bagged the 3rd position.The event concluded with the inspiring and motivating words of the President of the Association, Mr. Jaibir Singh and Education district officer, Mr. Jagdish Ahlawat who praised the organizers and congratulated the winners.On this occasion mentors of the participating teams D.P Sandeep Kumar, Mr. Sandeep Jakhar (organizing secretary), D.P Santosh Rathi, Mr. Sataydev Kataria, Mr. Manoj, Mr. Anuj Kataria, Mr. Ajay Chauhan and Mr. Jitendra Yadav also marked their presence. Rahul Kumar from classX,Atharva from classIX and Krish Dagar from XI class are selected to represent states.Kudos to the winners!!!

Health Day Celebrations

A plethora of events were organized to commemorate the Mental Health Day on the 10th of October this year. An Inter-house Quiz Competition on myth vs fact regarding Mental Health and well-being was held on the 8th of October21 for students of grades 9-12 to sensitize them about the significant issues concerning Mental Awareness and clarify misconceptions related to it.The quiz consisted of 4 rounds and the house representatives discerned between myths and facts. A lightning tiebreaker decided which two teams would be selected for the fourth and the final rounds, where a debate was held. Exams are considered a compulsory part of our education system but should be done away with. After an invigorating round of deliberations, Saraswati House was declared as the winner, while Yamuna House stood at second position. The third position was bagged by Ganga followed by Kaveri house. The judges and mentors busted some myths and invited questions from the participants. The floor was thrown open for further questions. Overall, the session turned out to be an informative, enriching, and novel event which provided the new perspectives on metal awareness. On the 9th of October 2021, a student- led workshop facilitated by Palak Jaggi and Richa Nigam from Grade 12 was conducted for the students of grades 4th and 5th guided by the counsellor and psychology teacher. The topics of discussion were problem solving, conflict resolution and effective decision making. 40 students were selected based on first come, first serve registration. Stories, videos, games, activities, and creative arts were integrated into the workshop. It was a very gratifying experience for both the organizers and attendees who in their feedback requested for more workshops in future based on the same. An Open Mic was also organized on the theme- Mental Health and Well-being where students were given a duration of 2 minutes to share their self-composed poems, narratives, dance, instrumental or vocal music performances, or expression their ideas using any art form of their choice. The event invited participation from the alumni as well as existing student community. A game of Never have I ever was also played which added to the fun quotient.

Special Assembly on Dusshera

The students of DPS organized a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra. The assembly commenced with speech delivered by Neksha of 11th standard focusing on the meaning and importance of Navratri and Vijaydashmi. Ananya of grade VI recited Shri Durga Stuti .The recitation was followed on by a speech by Prakriti of 9th standard who threw some light upon the significance of the day and how the festival marks the victory of goodness over the evil. Later on a series of short skits were performed from Ramayana to provide a glimpse of the history related to the day. The school choir gave us a melodious performance on Ram Stuti and also sang some soulful bhajans. The school Principal ,Srividya Sridhar addressed the gathering where she highlighted the importance of festivals and how through celebrations like these, the students tend to build a strong bond in the community. Being a diverse country, through such celebrations, students not only learn the significance behind the festival, but they also learn to embrace other traditions and culture just like they do with their own.

Assembly on Wildlife Week

As in the words of Rachel Carson- "There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature�the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter."

The students of class 12th hosted a morning assembly on 6th October 2021 on the topic National wildlife. The assembly was a culmination of both- the views of the father of nation, Mahatma Gandhi, and his association with the immense significance of wildlife. We donot own the planet earth; we belong to it. And we must share it with our wildlife. It coincided with the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi who believed,Be the Change, you want to see in the world,. It was to acknowledge that we become increasingly privy to a world with increasing habitat loss, deforestation and overexploitation which is threatening Earths rich reserves. The aim of the assembly was to motivate the students to work for the cause of the wildlife conservation.The talent and hard work of our shining stars was acknowledged who brought laurels to the school. In the virtual “Interschool virtual big bang laughter show competition on 31st July 2021 held at DPSG Faridabad, Shaurya Garg of 6-C bagged the 2nd position and Aditya Singh of 7-C received the consolation prize.In EXPLORIKA 2021, Mathematics competition organized by Bal Bharti school Noida sec-14, on 25th August 2021, Samya Sharma and Nitija Negi received participating certificates. DPSGPV hosted the Model United Nations 2021 on the virtual platform providing a collaborative space to the young leaders of tomorrow by inculcating a comprehensive understanding of international relations with the theme.For a more inclusive world.The awardees- from Money heist- Neksha Rana from 11-E received the special mention, Sanskriti Chautrvedi from 10-B received the high commendation and Ansh Singh from 11-D won the first prize as the best delegate. From UNHRC- Jiya Yadav from 11-A, bagged the best first timer, Anhad Singh Dogra 6-B received the verbal mention and Shagun Kaul 8-d received the first special mention.From UNW- Gauri Tyagi from 10-E and Vanshika Rana from 11-A received an honorable mention. From UNGA committee, Arnav Kotriwar from 10-C receivedthe verbal mention while Tanvi Chavan 8-D and Shivam Koul from 7-A received a special mention. In AIPPM-Rashi Vats 12-A received the verbal mention, Priyansh Yadav from 6-A received special mention and Ujjwal Baloda from 11-D secured thehigh commendation. Last but not the least from UNSC Akshat Bhardwaj received a special mention. Congratulations to all the outstanding performers!

Opening Ceremony DPDG PV MUN 21

The second virtual edition of DPSG PV MUN,2021commenced on the 2nd of October21. This event provided an apt platform to the young leaders of tomorrow who are the harbingers of change by inculcating a comprehensive understanding of international relations and public affairs. The theme this year is for a more inclusive world with the agendas of the seven committees constituted to discuss sensitive issues of global significance.The opening session invited a participation of 245 delegates from schools in and around the N.C.R at both the National and International Level with delegates from countries like Nigeria and Singapore and Uganda.To begin the event on an auspicious note, the lamp of knowledge was lit by the school Principal Ms. Srividya Sridhar and headmistresses of the Primary and Senior wing, Ms. Harmeet Kaur, and Ms. Shoma Lahiri.This was followed by an invocation of the deity of knowledge and wisdom, Goddess Saraswati by the school choir. The sterling performers enthralled the audience with a perfect fusion of east and west, traditional, and modern, with the underlying values of humanity depicted beautifully in the dance.In her opening address, the school principal, Ms. Srividya Sridhar reiterated that given the humanitarian crisis, cyber warfare, disruptions caused by strained relations between nations, how imperative it was to resolve through deliberations and diplomacy the issues that plague the world. She urged the delegates to create a society which overrides the differences of race, gender, class, and geographies and create equal opportunities for all the members of the society.She welcomed and thanked the Keynote speaker, one of the illustrious alumnus Mr. Aman Mohunta who also addressed the audience and urged the participants to embrace plurality, discern between facts and opinions, and even challenge their own views by letting their opinions evolve.The able members of the executive committee members were introduced and the event was formally declared open by the Secretary General.

Grade 2 DPSGPV Collaboration with- Symbiosis International School, Pune on Wednesday

A virtual interaction was held between the students of Grade-2, DPSG Palam Vihar and the students from Symbiosis International School, Pune to share their understanding on the topic of climate change- causes, effects, and its solutions. Students shared their understanding through posters, PPT, drawings and presented the same with a lot of enthusiasm and vigour. They also talked about the actions that are/ can be taken by them to make this world a better place for everyone. It was an interactive session which helped students to develop a deeper understanding about the impacts of climate change.

Mental Health Day Celebrations

A plethora of events were organized to commemorate the �Mental Health Day� on the 10th of October this year. An Inter-house Quiz Competition on �myth vs fact� regarding Mental Health and well-being was held on the 8th of October�21 for students of grades 9-12 to sensitize them about the significant issues concerning �Mental Awareness� and clarify misconceptions related to it.The quiz consisted of 4 rounds and the house representatives discerned between myths and facts. A lightning tiebreaker decided which two teams would be selected for the fourth and the final rounds, where a debate was held. �Exams are considered a compulsory part of our education system but should be done away with�. After an invigorating round of deliberations, Saraswati House was declared as the winner, while Yamuna House stood at second position. The third position was bagged by Ganga followed by Kaveri house. The judges and mentors busted some myths and invited questions from the participants. The floor was thrown open for further questions. Overall, the session turned out to be an informative, enriching, and novel event which provided the new perspectives on metal awareness.On the 9th of October 2021, a student- led workshop facilitated by Palak Jaggi and Richa Nigam from Grade 12 was conducted for the students of grades 4th and 5th guided by the counsellor and psychology teacher. The topics of discussion were problem solving, conflict resolution and effective decision making. 40 students were selected based on first come, first serve registration. Stories, videos, games, activities, and creative arts were integrated into the workshop. It was a very gratifying experience for both the organizers and attendees who in their feedback requested for more workshops in future based on the same.An �Open Mic� was also organized on the theme- Mental Health and Well-being where students were given a duration of 2 minutes to share their self-composed poems, narratives, dance, instrumental or vocal music performances, or expression their ideas using any art form of their choice. The event invited participation from the alumni as well as existing student community. A game of �Never have I ever� was also played which added to the fun quotient.

Earth Day Celebrations

DPSG, Palam Vihar Grade IV students celebrated Earth Day on 22nd April 2021 with the objective to develop an understanding of term Carbon Footprint.It is essential for us to educate our student community to ensure that our beautiful planet remains fit and healthy to sustain and nurture human life in future. The students learnt what is Carbon footprint, which countries have the highest carbon footprint and explore ways to reduce the same. An essential learning in present times.

International English Day Celebrations

With the focus on international mindedness and multilingualism, DPSG-Palam Vihar ‘s Grade- 4 students celebrated International English Day on the 23rd of April 2021 .This day is dedicated to William Shakespeare- father of English language. A core focus of the day was to understand the evolution of language with time and cultural usage and its impact on English. Being the first language of communication across the world, the day was spent on engaging students with the language more deeply through various engaging, and fun-filled activities quizzes, memory & vocabulary building online games as well as reading from his famous texts. An ode to the Bard himself!

Labour Day Celebrations

Labour day marks the importance of labour contribution in this world and assures the dignity of work. To respect and honour all the labours DPSGians performed brilliantly to spread awareness in society and give a message of hard work and dedication.

Laughter Day Celebrations

Laughter is the best medicine. It is a great way to lighten up all our burdens, stress and negativity. To bring a smile on our faces, Pranjal Ghai of grade VIII talks about all the benefits of laughter and cheers us up with her bewildering performance.

Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti Celebrations

The famous Rabindrasangeet - 'Pagla Hawar Badal dine ' was written by Tagore in 1939. This song like many of the great poet, was based on Nature and the coming of Kalbaisakhi heralding the monsoons where the poet speaks of how the gusty winds carry his heart and awaken slumbering feelings and sentiments. Its style is Baul Sur. It was reincarnated in the remix version in the popular Bangla film 'The Bong Connection ' and sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Nachiketa Chakraborty in their superb voice with soul-stirring music. This Rabindrasangeet was used last time in a Hindi film named Yugpurush (1998) as 'Bandhan Khula Panchi uda'. It was sung by Anuradha Paudwal and the music composed by Rajesh Roshan. Tithi Saha of X A pays an obeisance to Tagore in the form of this dance on the eve of Rabindra Jayanti.

Love and nature go hand in hand for many who like Kavi Guru Rabindra Nath Tagore, who regards the creation of the universe as being based on love. In this video, Gauri Chavan of X A recites one of her favourite poems by Tagore, where the poet uses nature to create an image in the minds of the readers regarding love which also mirrors Natures boundless love for us and in recognizing this, lies our salvation. In this brilliant poem Tagore seems to be explaining the sudden acknowledgement of love for another by comparing it to coming out of the darkness into light...

Mother's Day Celebrations

Mothers are an epitome of love and affection. We owe our mothers our own existence. To show our gratitude to the precious love and sacrifices of mothers, students and faculty members of DPSG Palam Vihar salute all the mothers by their eye catching performance and overwhelming messages.

    Mothers are one of the first indications of Gods presence in our lives. Mothers are those highly responsible women who strain every nerve to ensure brilliant and dazzling future of their wards. She makes every effort to make her child happy and exerts herself to the greatest possible extent to bring the best.Students of Grade III celebrated this special day by dancing, singing, making a gratitude card and sharing specialities of their mother.

    World Athlete Day Celebrations
    As truly said by Eliud Kipchoge "Athletics is not so much about the legs. It's about the heart and mind". Keeping this in mind DPSG Palam Vihar geared up the members of the student community with the message of being healthy, fit, and positive. The event was marked by the energetic assemblage of the students on the occasion of World Athlete Day. This day is observed globally to spread awareness among children regarding the importance of fitness and also to boost their participation in the field of sports. DPSGites have always been known for their penchant for sports and they enjoyed their stint wholeheartedly.

    Science Project
    DPSG Palam Vihar has consistently made efforts to develop scientific temper and a spirit of enquiry among the members of the student community. As a step forward in nurturing self- directed learners , a rational and experimentative approach was adopted to gather information on characteristics of light. This innovative method helped develop knowledge in natural laws in optical mechanics. Creation of a working night lamp has been made possible through research and arrangement of information. This process has helped students to comprehend the process of refraction and reflection of light and to decipher the rays of the path of light through the different layers of solution. This method has helped develop concept clarity and a better understanding.
    Session on 'Healthy LifeStyles Choices

    DPSG Palam Vihar organized a guest lecture on the topic of Healthy Lifestyle Choices on 28th May 2021 on MS Teams for Grade-5 students. Dr. Arpit Verma (motivational speaker and fitness mentor) was the speaker for this enriching session. The students were enlightened about the various aspects of health and fitness. Dr. Verma emphasized on the need of a balanced diet, physical exercises and hygiene etiquette that together promotes the good health of a person.

    Dr. Verma also shared his experiences with the students during the lecture. He explained in detail about the different lifestyle changes one can make, the impact of these changes on the mind and body and how it ultimately affects the overall well-being. The students developed some wonderful insights about how one can stay healthy and fit during this pandemic. The session concluded with an exciting question and answer round where our young learners came up with some interesting questions and shared their beautiful reflections.

    International Yoga Day Celebration

    The origins of yoga are rooted deep in time. The past know-how is at times referred to as "the supreme science of life" and is believed to have been revealed to the great sages of India several thousand years ago. Yoga a system of physical and mental practices that originated during the Indus Valley civilization serves the cardinal purpose which is to promote harmony in the body, soul, and environment. The International Day of yoga is celebrated annually on 21st June since 2015, following its inception in the United Nations General Assembly in the year 2014. The day was incorporated as yoga claims a complete system of physical, mental, social, and spiritual development for people of all ages. With the current unprecedented Covid scenario yoga plays as integral part to relax the body, enhance our breathing efficacy, providing an individual with mental well being, sharper concentration and raises self awareness. With yoga the benefits are immense therefore at DPSG,PVI International Yoga Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal. Students performed various standing and sitting asanas and the physical education teachers explained the advantages of each asana.

    Music is the manna of the soul. It not only enlivens our spirit but also adds more meaning to our existence by embalming our minds and stirring noble sentiments with soulful renditions. Music is also recommended as a therapy and its power is unparallel. Western, Folk, Popular, Classic, Pop, Hollywood, or Bollywood its influence transcends age, gender, nationalities unifying its admirers in reverence.On World Music Day, we acknowledge the contributions made by all the practitioners, musicians, composers, singers, and listeners who value and cherish its elevating influence in our lives. Listen in to Shreya Saxena, crooning her favourite song -a popular hit from the movie Chak de India on this joyful occasion.


    A Father is an anchor to hold us back and a guiding light to help us sail effortlessly through trials and challenges.

    Grade 3 students, started their day by giving a big hug to their father and gifted a self-made card to express their love and gratitude. Cake cutting added sweetness to the celebration. They shared their wonderful moments by sending photographs of celebration. It was an endeavour to make the students understand and acknowledge the important role that fathers play in shaping the lives of their children.


    The summer camp organized during the month of June witnessed a plethora of enriching activities. The hip hop dance collaboration for the twinkle toes which lasted for ten days started with a warm-up of 15-20 minutes, followed by activities designed to enhance movement. The students dabbled with choreography which involved different styles like locking, popping, hand tutting and acapella. Enjoy the final presentation put by Aarav, Tvisha, Karan Deb, Pranavi and Aarohi on Turn up the music!

    Wonderous Wordsmiths

    During the Summer Camp 2021-22, which was held from 15th of June to 28th of June 28, students gained hands on experience to creating literature. Creative Writing was one such activity where budding writers were mentored and nurtured, making them conversant with the various nuances involved in Story-writing. The whole experience was designed in such a way that the participants wrote their original story and then on consecutive days, they were introduced to a new element of a story. At the end of the day, they edited their own drafts, uploaded the same and the facilitators shared their feedback for the same. On the last day they found their story more refined and read the same to their friends. Listen to Pratibha Yadav talk about this fulfilling journey.

    Understanding Democracy
    Technology has changed human lives from online shopping to understanding the classroom concepts. Anhad of class VI created an online application which helped all his class mates understand the meaning of democracy better. The application designed by him helped his fellow mates to vote and understand the importance of voting. Students realized that while voting one has to be careful and conscious that they make right decisions. This application will help the students to become better and responsible citizens.

    Pledging To Protect Humanity’s Green Cover

    To inculcate responsible citizenship and nurture respect for the fast-disappearing forest cover in our learners, DPSG Palam Vihar, observed Van Mahotsav Week from the 1st to the 7th of July21. A tree plantation drive was organized in the school campus where the staff and leaders planted saplings. The students registered with the National Museum of Natural History a subordinate office of the Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change which organized a National webinar Series to commemorate the event. Students engaged in thought-provoking discussions, posing questions to the Scientists on the topic "ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY" who joined them for an inaugural talk. This was followed by a virtual visit to biodiversity park where our green brigade learned more about the dwindling number of sparrows and realized their roles and responsibilities towards safeguarding their numbers. A few more topics covered were Kaleidoscope: Seeing the forest through the past, present and future eyes, Involving local communities in wildlife conservation and Orchids of Eastern Ghats. During the closing ceremony, the mentors lauded the efforts of the green warriors from across the country including the participants from DPSG Palam Vihar who had engaged in brain storming sessions in the past week and expressed their opinions and thoughts confidently.

    Interaction with the DC, Gurugram

    Mr. Anshul Pathak, Chairman DPSG Gurgaon Schools and AVM LN Sharma, Secretary DPSG Society, paid a courtesy call to Mr. Yash Garg, D.C Gurgaon, along with Ms. Shoma Lahiri, Principal DPSG Palam Vihar, and Ms. Meenu Chopra, Principal DPSG Sushant Lok, on the 9th of July 2021. The Deputy Commissioner was apprised of the vision and mission of DPSG Schools and the indigenously developed Curriculum Design, the CD 2020, delivering student-led learning and educational excellence.

    Decimals-The Daily Dose

    Buying grains, vegetables, or even a watch everything becomes easy with the application of decimals in daily life. Scientists and engineers all over the world use decimals for calculations. Shivam Kaul of class VII understood the concept of fractions and decimals. He also explains in his video why decimals are preferred over fractions in daily life and how they help everyone to calculate the exact value.

    Online Etiquettes
    The assembly on Online Etiquettes was conducted by class V C students from DPSG Palam Vihar. The children tried to spread awareness among the primary wing students on the online etiquettes they must imbibe during this virtual mode of education. This was followed by thought for the day and news headlines.

    DPSG, Palam Vihar organised an Online Investiture Ceremony on Friday, 23rd July 2021 to announce the Student Council for the 2021-22 batch. All school council members and their parents’ teachers joined the event and participated with enthusiasm and cheered with the announcement of each member.The School Principal, Ms. Shoma Lahiri, welcomed the students and their proud parents to the ceremony. She praised the students for their dedication and hard work expressed pride that students took on a leadership role. The function commenced with a melodious hymn, sung by Ms. Avni Bennett invoking the blessings of the almighty.The council members were introduced and felicitated by the school heads. This was followed with the oath taking ceremony wherein council members took a pledge to undertake all their duties to the best of their abilities. The dance, Waving Flag followed, celebrating the moment. The occasion was graced by Shri.Anshul Pathak, Vice Chairman, DGSG Society and Chairman Gurgaon schools as the Chief Guest. He appreciated the efforts by the schools in providing opportunities to the students to take part in nation building activities. He also congratulated the newly appointed school council for their preparedness to take responsibilities and appreciated parents who had extended their support to the appointees. The ceremony concluded with a vote of thanks.

    Chess In The Air

    As part of ongoing Intra Class Sports Activities, an online CHESS competition was organized for class -7 students named CHESS - TIME to mark the occasion of International Chess Day on the 20th of July 2021. Nominations were filed by interested participants in the class a day before and the event provided our learners a platform to foster the 21st century competencies of critical thinking and collaboration. Students had an enjoyable experience during the session. Rihansh Bhadoria - 7 B, Naman Jain - 7 A, Navya Yadav - 7C, Bhavesh Pal - 7 A, Tarun Khatri - 7 B, Divyansh Yadav - 7 B, Aryan Bhargav - 7 A, Kushagra Shankhdhar, Priya Yadav - 7 C and Kushagra Yadav - 7 C participated enthusiastically under the supervision of their coach Mr.Harish Sharma. Harish K. Sharma who cheered them on.

    Learning While Doing
    Nimit Pande of standard 8C along with other students had a first-hand experience with a Quadrilateral and the angles it measures. The students were able to comprehend that the sum of all interior angles of a Quadrilateral measures 360�, as the activity was practically supported by cutting and pasting of a piece of paper. The students understood the functional use of a quadrilateral and its application in our daily lives. The students also observed that the shapes of various buildings around the city are in the form of different quadrilaterals. In conclusion to this, the students were able to apply the concept to find the sum of interior angles of any polygon as well.
    World Nature Conservation Day
    Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed individuals can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that was the message shared by responsible learner of grade 4, DPSG, PV in a special assembly conducted to celebrate World Conservation Day on July 27,2021. The main objective of the assembly was to highlight the dire need of preserving the natural resources (water, trees, plants, etc.) and using them wisely so that they are available for the future generations as well.The day started with a Song Earth is my home by Aditya Singh followed by thought by Ms. Eksha Goel and small skit presented by all the students of grade 4A. Through this skit they shared how young learners can contribute for conserving their Mother Earth. They also shared the best practices to make the environment pollution free, like plant more trees, say no to plastic, proper usage of water, compost at home etc. The program was concluded with National Anthem.
    Overall a great learning for all students during the virtual assembly.

    Children Can make A World Of Difference

    In today's Scenario, the world feels an urgent need to incorporate the 3 Rs � Reduce, Reuse and Recycle in our lives. Keeping this in mind, the students of grade 6 were given an opportunity to engage with the three Rs through the following INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT ( Subjects: Science, Social Science, Maths, Art, and ICT) research project and present their findings in the form of a PPT/video, as we know that children can make a world of difference.

    Key Points for the project work & presentation:

    1. Research an organization that help the community reduce, reuse, or recycle in some way and write about the services provided by it? How does it help in reducing the impact on our environment?

    2. What are some ways we can repair or reuse items instead of throwing them away? Make compost using kitchen waste (biodegradable).

    3. Make a useful item using materials that would otherwise be thrown away.

    4. What are some important moments in history related to reducing, reusing, and recycling? For example, laws, practices, or inventions.

    5. How do other countries around the world reduce, reuse, or recycle? Mention about any one foreign country.

    6. Calculate how much waste (kilograms/grams) your family generates per week or per month. Represent the data using a bar graph.

    This project is a part of Unit of Inquiry Waste Management which helped in developing citizenship and creativity in students as they took the responsibility to reduce the generation of garbage, reduce the overuse of plastics and reuse and recycle things as much as possible.

    Children made videos to spread awareness as during online mode it is the best way.

    Students learned to manage waste sustainably to lead a healthy life in future. This is just a beginning…

    A Tryst With Tigers

    The responsible denizens of DPSG Palam Vihar of grades VII and VIII, as part of an intra class science activity, observed the International Tiger Day on July 29th to generate awareness regarding the dwindling population of the species. A galaxy of interesting events was organized during the online sessions to mark this significant event by our responsible and concerned citizens of this earth. Students prepared attractive posters, unleashing their creativity by engaging in face painting with captivating slogans, prepared video presentations, composed poems and recited them on that day, taking active participation to drive home the urgency of taking ownership in protecting the magnificent species.The learners evaluated the consequences of not harming tigers for our use, trapping them to keep them in zoos and more. So, come and take a sneak peek into the host of fascinating events and join the enthusiastic environmental warriors in their mission to save Tigers… if they can, you can too!

    Back on Campus
    Students from classes IX to XII returned to campus on 9th of August to the sound of the conch welcoming them after a prolonged wait of a few months. Brimming with zest and eager to resume classes, they began by warming up in the School Campus! We were elated to see the happy and smiling faces on the first day of students attending offline sessions on the school grounds.

    Independence Day Celebrations
    Independence Week was celebrated in DPSG Palam Vihar with a series of events planned to develop and showcase the citizenship studies that are part of CD2020 among students. On 13th Aug, a cultural program was held in which a medley of patriotic songs and a dance was presented. This was followed with the gifting of furniture to the principals of Government schools in the immediate neighbourhood of Gurgaon. Mr. Chandrakant representing the DPSG society , handed over token pieces of furniture to Ms. Dhanvanti , Science Officer of the DEO Gurgaon , Principal GGSSS Sarai Ahlawaaadi and Mr. Narendra Dua , Principal GGSSS ,Arjun Nagar. Both principals appreciated the endeavour to support their schools in keeping students comfortable and integrated in the classrooms.
    The celebrations culminated with Independence day function being held virtually for the Primary wing and the flag hoisting Ceremony held on campus on 15 August with Covid appropriate protocols in place. The Day was marked with the National Flag being hoisted by Brigadier Sukhbir Singh ,member of the working committee PVRA .He was accompanied by the President of the PVRA Mr Rajan Sagar ,who is also an Alumnus of the school.The National Anthem was sung with much fervour by all present including the alumnus football teams. Thereafter, the Football Teams were led to the field and the kick off of the friendly match was done by Mr Rajan Sagar alumnus of the year 1996 .The match was thrilling with the Senior Alumnus (2005) Team scoring a decisive 4-1 win over the 2015 alumnus team .
    The celebrations ended with the handing over of souvenirs and refreshments .

    Patriotism in Air
    The music room came alive on the eve of the 75th Independence Day of our Nation, with the melodious strains of the guitar and the keyboard reverberating through air. The pandemic could not dampen the spirt of the young aficionados of the School Band who strummed and sang while adhering to all essential protocols, serenading their love and devotion for the motherland �join them and sing along!

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    From Our Experiences to Your Learnings
    It was indeed a matter of great pride for the teachers and students of DPSG Palam Vihar, Primary Wing when the students of Grade- 6 conducted a mentoring session to talk about their experiences of IB PYP with their juniors (current batch of Grade-5). The session commenced on a beautiful note, when our versatile guest speakers spoke about their takeaways and apprehensions witnessed during the last academic session. The students of Grade-6 shared a highly informative presentation and explained the Do’s and Don’ts one should keep in mind while submitting assignments, conducting research work and using various websites and software. The session concluded with a ‘question and answer’ round, where each guest speaker addressed to the queries of their juniors with utmost clarity and understanding. This session was extremely insightful and a great collaboration between the students of two different grades.

    Learning Made Delicious

    What better way to learn the different phases of the moon than by using our favourite biscuit? Watch Vedanshi from KG-A demonstrating the different phases of the moon using Oreo biscuits . This activity was thoroughly enjoyed by all her classmates too as the learners feasted on the delectable treats afterwards !

    Kudos to upcoming Comedians
    Inter school competition was held on 30th July 2021 on teams, organised by DPSG Faridabad. The event was Great laughter show.Our school student, Shaurya Garg of class 6 C, won the 2nd prize in the same category. Congratulations Shaurya.

    DPSG In News

    Kudos to our winners of TechAware
    Nimit Pandey and Tanvi Chavan of VIII C bagged second position in TechAware competition held at DPSG Vsundhara. They showcased the importance of physical,mental and spiritual health by creating a mesmerizing video.

    Kudos to our winners of Documentary Movie
    Sia Gupta of XC and Gauri Chavan of X A bagged second position in documentary competition held at DPSG Selaqui. They topic of the competition was' What Patriotism means to me' they created a mesmerizing video.

    DPSG Palam Vihar, hosted its annual event OORJA 2021 in collaboration with the National Institute of Solar Energy( NISE ) on 8th September,2021. The school curriculum is designed to educate the students and the community on sustainable development. In keeping with this goal, the school has hosted a plethora of inter school activities in Art, Science, and Social Awareness, to highlight the use of solar energy as an alternative solution to meet the rising energy demands. In this event over three hundred students across 20 schools in Gurugram, participated with much zest and creativity. The Honorable Union Minister of State for New and Renewable Energy, Chemicals and Fertilizers, Sh. Bhagwant Khuba graced the occasion as Chief Guest. The Deputy Commissioner- Gurugram, Dr. Yash Garg, was the Guest of Honour. Dr. Arun K. Tripathi Senior Scientist & several other luminaries in the field of solar energy were also present on the occasion. Honorable Union minister reiterated the need to switch to renewable energy across India and the world. He quoted the PM in his speech, “ One World, One Sun, One future” to be beacon of change. He appreciated the steps taken by the school in this direction. He also said that children are the future of the nation and agents of change for every home and the community.
    The Chairman of the DPSG Society, Mr Om Pathak, welcomed and honoured all the dignitaries and apprised those present, of the school’s commitment towards a green environment. He also assured the honorable minister that all DPSGS schools are already working in transforming its schools into green schools by making maximum use of solar energy panels. The function was presided over by the school principal Ms. Srividya Sridhar.

    We in News

    The event INFINITUS-2021 was organized by DPSG Meerut Road on the 17th of September21. The event was based on the theme Internet of Things (IoT) and the students from DPSG Palam Vihar displayed skill and enthusiasm in their participation.The event included a series of competitions where the students from standard 6th actively participated in the aCADemic Eclat. Varun Bhardwaj and Vaidehi Fuloria exhibited great skill and knowledge in the subject by creating a design based on the topic provided on the spot while making use of an online application. Their determination led them to claim the 3rd position in the competition.Another category of the competition was based on Python Codex where Shashank Shekhar Attibudhi and Harshit Tyagi of class XII expressed great fervor and claimed the second position by creating an innovative software designed in the Python programming language. In this competition, the participants could use any IDEs (VS Code, PyCharm, etc.
    The event was an inspiring and social experience for the participants. Best wishes to all the winners.

    Astute Entrepreneurs on the go!

    The event Commfluence'21 was organized by Lotus Valley School on the 17th of September21. Students from DPSGPV participated with gusto in a series of events. Ananya and Ishika Rana from twelfth grade participated in the event ‘Fast Finder-on the Hunt’ which gauged their business acumen and enthusiasm for entrepreneurialism. They bagged the 3rd position exhibiting their subject knowledge and insight.The event was conducted virtually where participants were given clues in the form of riddle, tagline, and alternative words to guess the appropriate or correct terminology from the world of Business and Economics. In the penultimate round of treasure hunt, the team was judged on their ability to guess and identify the item quickly and accurately for each clue. It was an enriching and thrilling experience for the participants. Kudos to the winners!

    Twinkle toes leave all spellbound

    Dance doesn't have any rhythmic boundaries- be it a hard-core peppy number or soft melodious instrumental, students of DPSG Palam Vihar proved their metal yet again when they won the first position in ‘DRAZITEM’Commfluence’21 -Market Kshetra held at Lotus Valley International School on the 17th of September. Participants - Nikhil Yadav, Sahil Arora, Nishtha Rana, Saumya Dubey, Vanshika Gupta & Nikkita Michelle captivated the audience with their breathtaking and original dance routines and choreography. Their performance was choreographed on an advertisement song showcasing their product which was used as a prop. Watch the tinkle toes create magic on screen! We are proud of them!