Events

Celebrating events and festivals in schools have become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief in a child. DPSG, SL incorporates in the students the cream of Indian culture and tradition keeping the door wide open for even the best of western influx pour in. As we celebrate, we allow the stresses of life to fall behind and we spend our time doing things we love with the people we love. A close bond is built between the students as they understand each other’s different customs. Besides this in our activities at school we also invite the parents time to time to participate in different co-curricular activities like on Mother’s Day, Grandparents Day etc. The Annual function is a feature wherein mass participation is encouraged. The motive is to provide each child an opportunity to showcase his or her talent on stage. Involving schoolchildren in environment friendly activities will help them grow into aware citizens of the planet who can also make a difference to their communities. DPSG, SL takes high pleasure to work for the environment by organizing events like Rahgiri, Cleanliness Drives, Jute Bags Distribution, Go Green Campaigns that prove a great success to the society as well as build environment-savvy attitude in our students. Keeping its values intact, DPSG, SL wishes to offer the right kind of educational system which is based on moral ethics. The school also believes that education will allow the child to bloom, blossom and thrives, giving them the right platform where they will work towards becoming a responsible citizen.

Session 2020-21

Independence day Celebration

“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” -Mahatma Gandhi
India is celebrating its 74th year of independence and on this day when we all get together to remember our great freedom fighters and express our gratitude to them for making India a free nation. To mark the day, DPSG, Sushant Lok organized its first ever virtual morning assembly with great fervor and enthusiasm. Students from different classes conveyed the message of patriotism and national spirit through various performances. The assembly commenced with a beautiful thought shared by Vansh. Sanisha mesmerized the audience with her voice by performing Raag Malhaar, an Indian Classical Monsoon Raag complimenting the spirit of Independence and the auspicious month of August. A scintillating dance performance by Vanshika, Niyati, Prerna and Mitanshi left the audience spell bound. The tunes of Vande Matram on the guitar by Rudra added colours to the celebration. A short video based on the achievements of India after the independence was played for the students. The assembly concluded with the words of wisdom by Principal Madam followed by National Anthem.


Recitation on Independence Day:


Teacher's day Celebration:

Teachers Day Assembly (primary wing)
A teacher shapes the form and future of our society. They create building blocks for the foundation of a nation. A teacher spreads awareness and insight among the future global citizens. They help us assimilate knowledge, build our skills, become experts in our fields and choose the best path of success in our lives. Teachers day is eagerly awaited by both teachers and students as a teacher’s efforts and dedication is recognised by the students and the students get to show their appreciation and love for their teachers.The event began by remembering Dr. S. Radhakrishnan on his birthday. It was followed by a compilation of poem recitation by our young learners that brought a smile on every teacher’s face. A cool activity where the students tried to identify their teachers from their old photographs was conducted. The excitement of our learners was contagious and filled everyone’s hearts with love. Next, an enjoyable and electrifying quiz was organized based on fun questions about their school and teachers. There was sheer thrill and delight in the eyes of the youngsters as they tried to answer the questions. Best wishes and blessings were showered upon our pupils by both their teachers and honourable Principle Ma’am. Principal Ma’am remembered and thanked her teachers for all the support they gave her that changed her life for the better. Reminiscencing the time before the lockdown when the laughter of young children filled the air of our school Principal Ma’am told the kids how much their smiling faces, hugs and kisses are being missed.The love and gratitude shown was overwhelming, filling our souls with new vigour and zeal to move forward.

Teachers Day Assembly (senior wing)
“Good teachers know how to bring out the best in their students.” - Charles Kuralt

They are our first mentors, our friends and motivators. Being a teacher is one of the highest privileges in the world. September 4 was an exhilarating morning for DPSG, SL teachers as their students welcomed them with vigor and gusto. The lockdown was not able to limit the students from wearing their hearts on their sleeves to show their love and regard for their teachers. This year’s Teacher’s Day celebration was not a usual one. Students organized the programme in such a way that there was never a dull moment. Roopvati, the head girl of the school along with Ishita commenced the celebration with mantra recitation followed by a speech from Prerna highlighting the importance of teachers in the making of an ideal human being. A grace and lithe dance performance by Simran left everyone spellbound. On the request of the students, Mr. Harshit also presented his own compiled song on guitar for this special occasion. His dulcet voice made the celebration even more melodious. Students gathered the memories of their teachers in the form of photographs and compiled a video which they played to make the teachers feel proud. The programme concluded with the inspiring words of Principal madam Ms. Anshu Mittal. She appreciated all the students for their diligence and sincerity and made them understand the role of a teacher in one’s life.

Remembering the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi

DPSG Sushant Lok celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on 1st October 2020. Students across all grades remembered the Father of the Nation and threw light on Gandhiji's indispensable contribution to the freedom struggle of India. A plethora of activities- PowerPoint Presentations, Poster Making, and Quiz was organized for the students. Daksha Sharma, Prapti Singh, Simran Kumari, Daksh Yadav, Nikhil, and Kartik Agarwal shared the journey of Mahatma Gandhi's life through their presentations. The poster designed by Simran Kumari and Yash Kumar Gupta was inspirational and simply awesome. The message of truth, non-violence peace, endurance, and harmony given by Gandhiji was shared with the students by the teachers and everyone expressed their gratitude to the great visionary for giving the world the most powerful weapon of Non-Violence.





Gandhi Jayanti (Primary Wing)

Mahatma Gandhi a pioneer of truth and non-violence is internationally acknowledged for his doctrine of non-violence that led India to its glorious freedom. His birth anniversary was declared as the ‘International Day of Non-Violence’ by the UN. We Indians celebrate Gandhi Jayanti to evoke We celebrated our beloved Bapu’s birth anniversary on 1st October with full fan flair. The entire ceremony was embellished with Gandhian Quotes and messages that brought the gathering to understand the story of the most iconic leader life and how it has impacted humanity to its core. Students of primary wing presented a patriotic play “Mohan se Mahatma Tak” where they recited lines from a beautiful poem on Bapu and narrated various events that moulded the life of Gandhi ji. The enthusiasm and determination visible on these young faces made everyone present proud to be an Indian. It was followed by an energetic dance performance in which the students remembered and paid tribute to the Father of our nation. The finale was a virtual tour of Sabarmati Ashram. This educative video highlighted the simplicity of the life our beloved Gandhi ji. Summarizing the entire event with the quote
“My life is my message”
M.K. Gandhi.
The whole atmosphere was imbued with teachings of Gandhi leaving all with a warm feeling of compassion and patriotism.


Hindi Sahitya Academy felicitated the meritorious students of grade X who scored more than 90% in the subject Hindi. 50% of our students of 2019 batch achieved these marks and were congratulated and motivated by the Director of Academy, Dr. Poornamal Gaur on 7-9-2019 at Scottish High International School, Gurugram.



To celebrate 88th Birth Anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, AKIF organised number of activities in the school to infuse the vision led by Dr Kalam students. Our students participated in number of activities in huge number and brought many laurels to the school. The felicitation ceremony was organised on 15th October, 2019 at Dilli Haat, INA Delhi and the winners received medals and certificates by the distinguished guest Padamshree Dr. Kartikeyan. Students met some people who are working hard for the environment conservation. This motivated them to be a part of the nature conservation drives and make the vision 2020 of Dr Kalam possible.


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CLASS

EVENT

POSITION

STUDENT NAME

1

IV

Best out of Waste

I

AAYUSHI JAYSHANKAR

2

II

RHEA NEGI

3

III

CHERYL NATANIA

4

V

Thank you Card

I

VANSH YADAV

5

II

PIYUSH SAINI

6

III

DISHA DUREJA

7

VI

Elocution

I

SAATVIK KHANDELWAL

8

II

SHREYA JOSHI

9

VII

Elocution

I

MITANSHI DHARWAL

10

II

TAMMANA DEAMBI

11

III

VANSHIKA YADAV

12

VIII

Elocution

I

YUKTI SHARMA

13

II

KRITIK LOHANI

14

III

RUDRA PATEL

15

IX

Model Making

I

PRAPTI SINGH,

GARIMA SAINI

16

II

HASINA BANU,

YASH GUPTA

17

X

Model making

I

MADHAV AGNIHOTRI,

NIKHIL,

SAINYAM YADAV

18

II

SWAYAM PATRA,

LOVEY GUPTA,

MAYANK


Our students very enthusiastically participated in the Interschool Competition ‘CERTAMAN’ organised by DPSG Faridabad. Our bright students leave their names wherever they enter and there also the below mentioned students grabbed different positions in specific activities.


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CLASS

EVENT

POSITION

STUDENT NAME

1

VII

English Debate

III

Prerna Saini

2

V

Art and Craft

I

Piyush Saini

3

VI

III

Shreya Joshi

4

VII

III

Tamanna Deambi

5

VII

Francophonia

II

Vanshika Yadav

6

VI

French poem recitation

II

Niyati

7

VII

Hindi poem recitation

III

Mitanshi Dharwal


The students of grade XI, Hemant Sangwan, Krishna Singh and Aditya Gupta worked as a team and successfully submitted their Business Plan ‘Karpe Diemme’ under the able guidance of their mentor Ms. Palak Matta. All the schools of DPSG Society in collaboration with New Castle University, Australia participated in this Young Entrepreneur Business Plan Challenge and were felicitated on 18th December, 2019. Students of DPSG Sushant Lok outperformed and received High Distinction Certificates. The certificates were distributed to the students by Mr. Nimay Kalyani- International Coordinator and Lecturer in Management, New Castle University. After the distribution of certificates Mr. Nimay took a lecture session on Innovative Thinking and Entrepreneurship followed by a small interactive session.


Hindi is our mother tongue and in the storm of development and westernisation its importance is lost somewhere. Students show little interest in Hindi language to opt for higher studies. To maintain the interest of this language in students, Hindi Utkarsh Mandal (HUM), Delhi organised Hindi Olympiad. Total 24 students participated in the first round of Olympiad conducted on 26th July, 2019. One student, Lovey Gupta of grade X, qualified for the second round conducted on 21st January, 2020. He again performed very well in the Olympiad and got All India 9th rank. HUM also appreciated the efforts of school for promoting Hindi language among youth and sent an appreciation certificate to the respected Principal ma’am.


Students of grades VI to X participated in two activities, namely French Word Power (FWP) and Concours Romain Rolland (CCR), organised by Prayatna Educational Society, Bureau du Québec, Mumbai Alliance Française de Rouen, France. Our students got selected for National level Exam in both the activities to be conducted on 16th Jan and 22nd Jan, 2020, respectively for levels A1 and B1.
Prerna Kukreja of class X, received an appreciation trophy as she grabbed 13th rank at the National Level FWP. Also the total participation of our students and the scores obtained by them collectively resulted in the 2nd position of DPSG SL in CRR Level A1.


The whole world is standing in unison against COVID 19. In this pandemic situation, multiple activities were conducted by different organisations to spread the awareness about Covid 19, ways to combat it and to salute the frontline warriors. A painting competition was organised by Kalagram, Gurugram to gift the Doctors/ Medical/ Police Fraternity as a humble ode to their relentless efforts in fighting Covid 19 in the month of April, 2020. There were numerous radiant entries sent by the budding artists of DPSG SL and the splendid painting of our student, Itasha Bansal of grade XI, was selected by Kalagram as a great art work to be gifted.

Annual Function Performances: