DPSGV hosted 600 students across various cities in an online mega inter school event- INTERZOID- 2021.
'Celebrating the freedom at DPSGV grounds'
Happy Independence Day !
DPSGV hosted a mega photography event-Paridarshika-2021celebrating WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY DAY. Young, enthusiastic students of 24 schools participated in the event in various categories.
The ceremony was graced by the renowned Lifestyle photographer, Mr Ravi Dhingra, who is specialized in Architecture & Interiors and Food product & People. A great depth of the craft could be seen both in the art and the artist.
Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist, in his opening address, motivated the students to venture out in unconventional spheres of life and expand their horizon.
SUCCESSFUL CULMINATION OF THE SESSION -2020-21 WITH OPEN HOUSE- SENIOR WING-DPSGV.
We wish everyone a safe session - 2021-22.
DPSGV hosted a series of activities to commemorate Swami Vivekananda's Birth Anniversary as National Youth Day.
Let's have a glimpse..
विषय -समस्याएँ जिनका हमारे युवा वर्ग को सामना करना पड़ता है
युवा वर्ग में ऐसे कई लोग है जिन्हे काफी परेशानियों का सामना करना पड़ता है जैसे दोस्तों द्वारा दबाव या फिर माता पिता द्वारा दिया गया दबाव।
या फिर परीक्षा में अच्छे अंक न आने के कारण तनाव एवं काफी परेशान एवं दुखी रहना । हमारे युवा युग को चिढ़ाने,मारने पीटने की वजह से भी बुरा असर पड़ता है। क्युकिं काफी युवाओं को अपने भौतिक उपस्थिति की वजह से भी काफी कुछ बुरा-भला बोला जाता है जिस वजह से उनका आत्मविशवास भी काफी कम हो जाता है, इस वजह से वे अपने आप के बारे में बुरा-भला सोचने लगते है। ये सारी समस्याएँ युवा वर्ग पर काफी बुरा असर कर सकती हैं। इन परेशानिओं का सामना करने के लिए वह किसी बड़े से सलाह ले सकते है और इस परेशानी का सामना कर सकते है।
शिवांशी ८ अ
"युवाओं के लिए चुनौती"
आजकल हम सब युवा लोग यह भूल गए हैं कि मोबाईल के बाहर भी दुनिया है। हम लोगो में से ऐसा कोई नहीं होगा जो मोबाईल के बिना १ दिन भी रहे सके। हम लोग ऐसे है कि अगर हमें सोने से पहले मोबाईल न मिले तो हमें नींद नहीं आती।
मोबाईल के इस्तेमाल से हम सबका मानसिक विकास तो होता है पर शारीरिक विकास रुक जाता है।
मोबाईल के फायदे और नुकसान दोनों हैं जैसे एक फायदा है की हम सुबह उठने की लिए अलार्म लगा सकते हैं और आपस में बात चीत करना भी मोबाईल के द्वारा बहुत आसान है और एक बात नुकसान की भी है अगर हम मोबाईल के अधिक इस्तेमाल करते है तो हमारी आखों की रोशनी पर भी प्रभाव पड़ता है।
ऐसा नहीं है कि हमें मोबाईल के उपयोग नहीं करना चाहिए बल्कि हमें उसे उपयोग करते समय, समय सीमा का ध्यान रखना चाहिए।
इसके लिए मोबाईल में कई तरह के विकल्प होंते हैं जैसे कि मोबाईल रात को आपके सेट करे हुए निर्धारित समय पर बंद हो जाए और सुबह आपके सेट किये हुए निर्धारित समय पर खुल जाए।
अगर स्क्रीन टाईम ७ घंटे से ज़्यादा हो जाए तो भी फोन अपने आप बंद जो जाए ऐसी भी एक सेटिंग होती है।
ऐसे और भी कई तरह की सेटिंग्स होती जिससे स्क्रीन टाईम आपके नियंत्रण में रहे सकता है।
आखिर कार किसी महापुरुष ने सही ही कहा है कि आखिर अति तो हर चीज़ की बुरी है।
"आओ बदले ज़माना"
"मेहनत करने वालों की सफलता पक्की होती है,
युवाओं के हाथ में ही देश की तरक्की होती है। "
गूगल , फेसबुक , व्हाट्सप्प , इंस्टाग्राम ,
यही तो है आज कल के युवाओं के मित्र।
असली मित्रों को छोड़ चुके है ,
इंटरनेट ही रचता इनका चरित्र।
"चिंगारी हो तुम वह जिससे रोशन धरती होती है ,
युवाओं के हाथ में ही देश की तरक्की होती है। "
तनाव , क्रोध और नशे के बादल ,
चारों और मंडराते हैं।
भोले-भाले युवा-जन ,
इसके मोह में फंसते जाते हैं।
दृड़ रखो अपने मन को ,
बर्बाद करो न जीवन को।
"वह वीर हो तुम जिसने स्वयं ही अपनी किस्मत लिखी होती है ,
युवाओ के हाथ में ही देश की तरक्की होती है। "
धरती का बढ़ता तापमान
बढ़ रहा है धरती का तापमान,
क्या कर रहा हैं ये इंसान?
फैला हुआ है हर जगाह धुआँ,
शुद्ध हवा को क्यों घटाया?
हमें जीवन में आगे बढ़ते जाना है,
और इस समस्या का समाधान करना हैं।
कई पशु-पक्षी लुप्त हो रहे हैं,
काफी संकट जनम ले रहे हैं।
बढ़ रहा है धरती का तापमान,
क्या कर रहा हैं ये इंसान?
पिघल रहा हैं धरती का ताज हिमालय,
भूकंप और सुनामी का बढ़ रहा हैं संकट।
मानव ने अपने जीवन को ऐसे जिया,
की जीवन देने वाली धरती को ही उजाड़ दिया।
बढ़ रहा है धरती का तापमान,
क्या कर रहा हैं ये इंसान?
आओ सब मिलकर बचाय अपनी धरती माँ को,
आओ सब मिलकर कुछ काम करे।
- वैभवी अवस्थी
Class 10 Assembly - Kavi Sammelan
"Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow."
- Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
The STARZ of DPSGV celebrated Children’s Day with full fervor and vigour today. It was a fun-filled day for the students. This day which is also the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India is celebrated as a tribute to him. The little DPSGVites attended the virtual classes in colourful attire. Many of them came clad in Nehru’s outfits with red rose pinned onto them. The gamut of fun-filled activities consisted of games, dance and songs. It was a wonderful, colourful and expressive day where smiling faces and joyful songs filled the air.
The message conveyed to all was to put wings to your dreams and to never let hurdles stop you!!
CHILDREN’S DAY SPECIAL ASSEMBLY
Children are like budding stars, more you embrace them, more they shine. With this thought in mind, the class teachers and activity teachers of class 3 conducted a special surprise assembly for their beloved students to make children’s day special and memorable. From compering to dance-music extravaganza, everything was organized by the teachers themselves. They started out with the holy chant of Gayatri Mantra and a healthy start to the special day, followed by a heartful video on children’s day. After that the children were introduced to a very thoughtful shloka – “अलसस्य कुतो विद्या, अविद्यस्य कुतो धनम् | अधनस्य कुतो मित्रम्, अमित्रस्य कुतः सुखम् ||” which means “आलसी को विद्या कहाँ अनपढ़ / मूर्ख को धन कहाँ निर्धन को मित्र कहाँ और अमित्र को सुख कहाँ |”. There was an entertaining session of storytelling. Then our music teacher, Govind sir took over the podium while singing along to songs with children followed by some amazing few minutes of brainstorming through a kahoot quiz. There was a surprise delight by our dance teachers, Priyanka mam and Manish sir amusing everyone with their amazing dance moves. And finally commenced the competition for crazy hairstyles which welcomed entries reflecting super enthusiasm and fervor. Our beloved principal sir boosted the children’s gusto by featuring a bansuri wala who mesmerized all with his melodies. The assembly was finally wrapped up by a sincere vote of thanks by our Bhawana mam. Children’s day is an occasion to cherish the buoyant spirit of childhood and rekindle the child within.
HAPPY CHILDREN’S DAY ONCE AGAIN TO ALL THE SHINING STARS OF DPSGV!!!!!!!!!!
“There are two ways of spreading light, to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” - Edith Wharton A virtual special assembly was conducted by students of class KG to celebrate the festival of lights- ‘Diwali’, with great zeal and fervor. The assembly commenced with Shloka, Gayatri Mantra, Thought of the day, School News, Enactment by tiny tots of STARZ followed by a mesmerizing dance performance. The happy and smiling faces of children spread the light of joy in the hearts of the viewers with the message of spreading love, happiness and harmony. The assembly was graced by Principal sir Mr. Trilok Singh Bist and Headmistress ma’am Ms. Jayati Mazumdar, who appreciated the efforts and confidence displayed by little ones. Students of KG also participated in diya decoration activity, in which they decorated earthen diyas with ribbons, sparkles, beads, mirrors, stars and glitters, giving a warm welcome to Diwali 2020.
No pandemic can dampen the spirit of the children. Soaked in a joyful expression DPSGViites participated in Rangoli competition to light up the spirit of festivity and lift the sombre mood. The students of class VI-XII displayed their creativity and inspired in others that there is a ray of light even amidst darkness.
Welcoming the festival of lights, Class 1 of DPSGV conducted a virtual assembly on Diwali, the festival of lights that enlightens the hearts and brings joy to every heart. The assembly began with a meaningful prayer followed by a melodious poem. A skit on RAMAYANA was shown emphasizing Lord Rama's reunion and return to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana in a battle. The students dressed up in colourful ethnic attire. The children learnt that the festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and hope over despair.
Principal Sir sensitized the students about the ill effects of crackers. He appreciated and encouraged the students to celebrate each and every festival with same spirit and enthusiasm. He urged the students to have a safe Diwali and wished all a happy and prosperous Diwali.
14th PEER EDUCATORS PROGRAM
DPSGV has hosted a myriad of events this year, but today’s event plays rather close to our hearts. On 7th October, 2020 The 14th Peer Educators Programme was compered and
DPSGV achieved yet another feather in its fedora by hosting this gigantic Inter-school online - PEER EDUCATORS PROGRAMME- 2020 in which over 140 participants from 17 schools with 6 teams participated. The occasion was festooned with our esteemed Guest of Honour Dr. Rome Kumar who is a Senior Consultant Psychologist at Institute of Child Health. She is the Vice Chairperson (Psychology) in the Institute for Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Ganga Ram Hospital. Ma’am is also the Founder of Saksham Child and Adolescent guidance Clinic. Ma’am has been in the field of mental health over 3 decades. We also had with us Ma’am Yakshika Vats who is a young entrepreneur, Social media marketing freelancer, Volunteer at Robin Hood Army and a Co- owner at Humans of volunteering. Ma’am is an alumnus from DPSGV who has connected our School to the Robinhood organization. The episode kicked off with an opening ceremony then the participants were briefed about what they were expected to do and how. After the briefing the participants were sent into their respective team channels to discuss, deliberate, and come up with a performance. When their time for preparation came to an end they joined back with anxious eyes to see how the judges like their work. The students got a chance to interact with various peers and give an insight of adolescents on many major concerns they face in day to day life. Afterwards all the presentations, guests and they fielded the questions with their expertise and experience. The students were left awe-inspired and wanting for more. The Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist, not only appreciated the participants but congratulated their schools who encourage students to hone their skills on such platforms. Ms Ritu Sehgal, Headmistress, Sr. Wing, gave a vote of thanks and culminated by quoting the judges to teach children 'failure' so that success can be the sweetest.
On 30th Oct the students of V Lotus conducted a Virtual Special Assembly on festive season.
The assembly commenced with Gayatri Mantra followed by English Prayer and News Room. The program proceeded with a students talking about importance of festivals. Students also explained the importance of festivals individually and precautions to be taken while celebrating the festivals in the view of pandemic followed up by a video focusing on different festivals and diversity of India. As we have science exhibition coming up Preeti Ma’am and Jayati ma’am explained the Learning Objectives of exhibition followed up by discussing the sequence of events that will follow up. The great effort put up by students was appreciated by one and all. Principal Sir appreciated the efforts of students and gave his blessings. He thanked the parents who have always been an equal partner in learning and development of the children.
"He who wants to persuade should put his trust not in the right argument, but in the right word. The power of sound has always been greater than the power of sense."
Keeping these thoughts in view, the students of class V had organised a virtual Elocution competition.
A few glimpses from the competition have been shared under.
SG Manaswini - 1st rank
Dakshata Bhat and Pranya Gupta- 2nd rank
Snigdha Banerjee - 3rd rank
"Cooking is at once child’s play and adult’s joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love." - Craig Claiborne
To arouse the taste buds with delicious recipe made by little hands, ‘Fauna Fruity Fun’ activity was organized virtually with Nursery kids of DPSGV on 30th October 2020. Children brought various fruits like orange, banana, grapes, apple etc. The teacher guided them step by step to make beautiful and mouth watering fruit salad. The little ones arranged their fruits in order to make the smiley faces of the animals. This activity was conducted to help the beginners learn to make healthy fruit salad and even to create animal of their choices. This made them relish all the fruits in the tastier way. It was really a fruitful day.
"When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam, may luck be yours on Halloween."
Halloween is a fun day observed in various parts of the world on 31st October every year. The super-excited kids of KG were dressed up for Halloween as Superheroes, Fairies, Goblins, and other interesting characters. Excited faces can be seen in colourful dresses, as children posed for photographs to the equally thrilled parents. Holding this activity helped students understand the holiday in more detail, all while having a great time bonding with their family members.
“Every child is an artist. ” ---Pablo Picasso.
Creativity is the act of conceiving something new and original. It is expressing one's own ideas, trying new things, and experimenting with new materials. One of the best ways to develop creativity in children is to introduce them to new ideas and materials, and possible ways to use them. Then give children time to create and see what they can come up with. The creative process teaches the thinking skills children need in order to make art personal, meaningful, and in their own unique style. Mostly every day, the tiny tots of KG Class of DPSGV showcase their talent and mesmerize us with their creativity through drawing & colouring, clay modelling, paper folding and other endless fine motor activities. These classes offer the opportunity to learn new skills and benefit greatly both cognitively and emotionally from experiencing art, first hand.
On 21 October 2020 class 3 tulip conducted the virtual assembly for Durga Puja with full zeal and enthusiasm. Assembly was graced by Honourable Principal sir Mr. Trilok Singh Bist , H.M ma’am Ms. Jayati Majumdar and our co-ordinator Ms. Bhawana Bharadwaj. The chief guest of the Day was Mr. Ajay Malhotra – President of Anticorruption Bureau. The motley of presentations included prayer, thought, dances , virtual tour of different states , lots of colours and festivities. Before starting the assembly, we had a surprise Birthday song for our Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist. The assembly was an overview of the festival Durga Puja, its significance and facts. “Durga Puja epitomizes the victory of good over evil and upholds the prowess of ‘Adi shakti’ which signifies the eternal ‘Women Power’- power of leadership . Durga has many names, many personas, and many facets. Just like a leader should be. A multitasking skill defines a powerful leader. In each and every state of the country, despite different ways of worship, the significance of Navratri is women empowerment.” The lines stated above were very well presented by the students. They took everyone to the virtual tour of different states and gave the very good message of victory of good over evil and women empowerment. Assembly was full of colors, culture and festivities. Whole assembly was graced by the words of appreciation given by the chief guest Mr. Ajay Malhotra, he gave a very good message of actual evils residing in all of us and we should have a victory on them. Children felt motivated by the words of appreciation from HM ma’am and principal sir.
23rd October 2020
DPSGV organised an Alumni connect program in collaboration with its career counselling partners, Univariety, with Mr Rohan Verma, a theatre and screen actor, voice artist, editor, sound designer & percussionist.
He specialises in Audio-visual production.
He has been in theatre, feature films, short films and on web platforms.
He reminisces his days at DPSGV where the teachers voices kept ringing in his mind that,
you are more than a face" or " junoon hai to sab kuch hai".
He shared his experience with the students that the film world is not just a glamour blitz, but also so much more rewarding that each day you experience a different world. It is just being in the moment and a spiritual journey that he has experienced in it.
Thou' Principal sir, Mr Trilok Singh Bist, met him for the first time, yet could connect with him on the grounds that an artists' heart is so transparent as his face that its genuinity cannot be hidden.
With a promise to screen his films for the children in the offline mode, DPSGV wishes its Alumni with abundance and growth in life.
“Light is good from whatever lamp it shines, knowledge is good from whatever source it originates”
In our multicultural society we need to continuously reinforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, compassion, patriotism and solidarity in our children. A celebration in the form of special assemblies is an effort to sensitise students towards living in harmony in a diverse society. They are taught to learn to use their thinking ability and skills to work for a safe and better world and to live in harmony with their fellow beings. Taking this thought forward a special assembly on Dussehra was virtually conducted on 22nd October 2020 by the students of Class Nursery of DPSGV. The assembly started with the Gayatri Mantra, news followed by thought of the day- ‘victory of good over evil’. The students gave a short talk on Dussehra and it’s importance. All the characters of the great epic ‘Ramayana’ came alive in their colourful attires and reiterated their dialogues to ignite the young minds. A small quiz was conducted to understand the level of awareness amogst children about our mythology and the relevance of celebrating Dussehra. A graceful dance invoking the blessings of Goddess Durga marked the culmination of the assembly. The festivities were filled with great joy and enthusiasm. The headmistress Ms. Jayati Mazumdar appreciated the efforts of the students and emphasized that this day is considered not only the victory of Lord Ram but also victory of Mankind. She said that each one of us is a super hero so if we are able to overcome the evil within us then we can help make our society a better place to live in. The little ones of ECCE displayed their creative skills and made beautiful Stick Puppet of Ravana.
HOLY TRINITY SCHOOL- COUNSELLING & MOCK SESSION
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara successfully conducted Counselling and Mock session on digital platform for Holy Trinity School, Delhi on 19th October, 2020 for a positive start to tiny tot’s formal school journey. The event was graced by presence of honorable principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist along with Ms. Shruti Ahuja, branch head of Holy Trinity School.
The program commenced with Gayatri Mantra. The Principal, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist addressed the gathering with his inspirational words. There was special mention for importance of counselling for kids, as it will build strong base for young kids in their journey for happy life. He also appreciated parents who have always been equal stake holders in making children excel in whatever they do. The school showcased the year’s activities of a DPSGVITE by a short presentation.
A session on preparing the 21st century kids for school and the importance of learning was conducted by Ms. Manika Nayal, the school counsellor for the junior wing.
The programme also gave a platform to little ones from Holy Trinity School to speak their minds through a SHOW & TELL activity followed by individual Mock Interview to mark the children according to four learning levels- Excelling, Proficient, developing and Beginning.
17th October, 2020
10th Paridarshika Event
DPSGV achieved yet another feat by hosting a mega Inter-school online photography event- PARIDARSHIKA- 2020 in which over 240 participants from 14 schools with close to 989 images participated.
The event was adorned with esteemed Guests of Honour & judges for the day, Mr Ranjan Sharma, who is an early adopter of technology and among the few pioneers who switched on to Digital photography in 1997 and today specialises in Interior, Architecture, Industrial & Gigapixel 360° panoramic photography.
And we had Mr Tirtha Das Gupta, whose work has been exhibited in National & International salons which has won him more than 800 acceptances & awards, like Sahitya kala parishad by govt of Delhi. There was ample platform to display one's talent thro' categories like: Nature, Portrait, Macro, Light, Abstract, Table top and Still photography. The students got a chance to interact with the guests and they fielded the questions with their expertise and experience. The students were left awe-inspired and wanting for more.
The Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist, not only appreciated the participants but congratulated their schools who encourage students to hone their skills on such platforms. Ms Ritu Sehgal, Headmistress, Sr. Wing, gave a vote of thanks and culminated by quoting the judges to teach children 'failure' so that success can be the sweetest.
" PHOTOGRAPHY IS THE STORY I FAIL TO PUT INTO WORDS" - Destin Sparks