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The school assembly for senior school was conducted with the Slogan ‘Earth has music for those who hear’. The assembly was based on theme Conserving Mother Earth. The coir added to the rhythm with a beautiful song sending the message of preserving our planet for next generation. The dance group performed a musical show based on five elements of earth to be preserved in nascent form.
The assembly also comprised of thought, news, school plans for conservation of environment and our duties as an active citizen for contribution in environment up gradation.
The assembly was a thought provoking show which enlightened the students about our duties for planet conservation.
"A country's greatness lies in its undying ideals of love and sacrifice that inspire the mothers of the race" -- Sarojini Naidu
DPS Mathura Road organised the Republic Day Special Assembly on 25 January 2018 for Classes VI-VIII. The Principal, Shri Manohar Lal, addressed the gathering and explained the historical significance of Republic Day. He also mentioned the role played by great leaders like Pt.JawaharLal Nehru and freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh who laid down their lives to break free from the bonds of slavery. A melodious patriotic song ‘Jai Jai Bharat, Jai Jai Hindustan’ was presented by the school choir, evoking feelings of pride and nationalism among students. A soulful musical performance by the school orchestra mesmerised the audience.
The Principal,Shri.Manohar Lal along with the Vice Principals Ms.Deeksha Khera Ms.Asha Tuli and Ms.Renu Rajvardhan, Coordinator Middle School acknowledged the hard work put in by our students and gave away awards for various literary, cultural and sports events.
Anirudh Jain of Class VIII was awarded a trophy and cash prize of Rs.2,50,000 for bagging the first position in the 16th International Open Grandmaster Chess Tournament. A skit was presented by the students highlighting the sacrifices made by soldiers who lay down their lives fighting for their country. An exquisite dance showcasing national pride and patriotic fervour was performed by the students of classes VI and VII which enthralled the audience. The national anthem brought closure to the much awaited morning.
On the occasion of Teachers’ day, a special assembly was organised at DPS Mathura Road on 5 September 2017, to reach out to all the teachers who have inspired hope, ignited imagination and instilled a love of learning in their beloved students. The assembly commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the esteemed Principal, Shri Manohar Lal, Vice Principals, Ms. Deeksha Khera and Ms. Asha Tuli, and Head Boy and Head Girl batch 2017-18. A soulful presentation of shloka was followed by a Bharatnatyam dance. The Principal extended a warm welcome to all the teachers and paid tribute to the legendary Gurus who played an important role in shaping India. In his address he mentioned late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam by quoting one of his popular saying, “If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher.” He also read out the message from the Chairman, The Delhi Public School Society, and Shri V.K.Shunglu. The role model teachers were felicitated with a cheque of Rs. 25000/- and a shawl for their exceptional knowledge, educational expertise, communication skills, dedication and patience. The valued employees were also honoured for their hard work and years of devotion to the school. Shakespeare once said, “If music be the food of love, play on play on.” The Western Music Club of our school enthralled the teachers with a foot tapping musical performance. A beat boxing act by Raghav Monga left the audience mesmerized and the very talented Indian Music Club presented a medley of classical songs. The students of Class XII concluded with an exhilarating dance performance as a tribute to their teachers. The vote of thanks was rendered by the Vice Principals of the school, Ms. Deeksha Khera and Ms. Asha Tuli. The assembly ended with the gathering rising up for the National Anthem. Cleanliness drives for Swachh Bharat- Swachhta Pakhwada September 2017). Our school has taken numerous initiatives in the month of September 2017 for the Swachh Bharat Campaign within the school wherein the students, teachers, the Principal and other faculty members took steps at an individual level for a cleaner, greener and more prosperous school environment.
Social service, Health & Lifeskills education has been an integral part of our school curriculum for classes 6th -12th focussing on developing human and moral values, healthy attitudes, and strong lifeskills thereby making young adolescents aware, empowered and responsible leading to their overall physical, mental, and emotional well-being . Read more...
A cricket match between the Teams of members Parliament and Journalists on 19th Dec.2015 to support "EVERY CHILD'S RIGHT TO LIFE AND GOOD HEALTH"It was indeed a great honour for our school to support and contribute the Political Leaders coalition for child and Adolescent Health (PLCCAH) in organizing the Cricket match between the teams of members of Parliament and Journalists with the theme "BATTING FOR LIFE" TO SUPPORT EVERY CHILD'S RIGHT TO GOOD LIFE AND GOOD HEALTH.Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal M.P. and Managing Trustee, PLCCAH highly appreciated the playing facilities and support of the DPS Mathura Road for conducting the event for the consecutive third year.Mr. Arun Jaitley, Honorable Union Minister of Finance inaugurated the event in the presence of Members of Parliament and Journalists and good numbers of members and players of Cricket fraternity.Mr. Anurag Thakur M.P., led the Team of MP's and Mr. Vikas Bhadunia was the skipper of Journalists Team.It was a well contested match. Mr. Anurag Thakur M.P. and Mr. Raj Wardhan Singh Rathore, Minister of State for information and Broadcasting opened there batting supported by Mr. Manoj Tiwari M.P. and Mr. Babul Supriya M.P. set a big Target for Journalists and won the match for the first time, on previous two encounters journalists were the winners.Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Science and Technology gave away the trophies & Prizes to both the teams in the valedictory ceremony in the presence of our Vice Chairman Mr. Promod C Rawal. Mr. Rawal proposed a vote of thanks on behalf of the school. Mr. Harsha Vardhan Presented a souvenir to our school for valuable contribution in the successfully and smooth conduct of the great event.
“Somewhere something is waiting to be known”-All that we need is a lot of hard work and determination.The CBSE Aavishkar Quiz Series for the month of December 2015 was conducted by D.P.S. Mathura Road on 22nd December 2015. The theme SPACE proved to be an interesting one. The preliminary round was conducted on 18th December in which more than 300 participants showed their enthusiasm in both quiz and space. The next level was conducted in different sessions for classes VI-VIII and IX-XI each having four teams. The first and third rounds were based on conceptual learning from video clips of various science fiction movies and the second round was a rapid fire round in which students eagerly recognised the prominent scientists from their photographs. The quiz was successfully coordinated by Ms. Niti Arora, In-charge (G.K.) and Mr. Sudhakar Kaushik (Dept. of Physics). The quiz involved both gaining and sharing of knowledge reminding us that gaining knowledge is the first step towards humanity, sharing it is the first step towards wisdom.It was well said by Benjamin Franklin that “An investment in knowledge always yields the best profits”.
Two students Manik Bhalla and Pragyan Tawakley of class III G participated in the Inter-school Literary and Performing Arts Festival ‘Harmony’ and secured the First Prize in the Spell Bee Competition held at DPS Vasant Kunj
A day to celebrate childhood and everything wonderful about it– The Children’s Day, has always been synonymous with fun and frolic for the students of the primary wing as the teachers and students collaborate each year to put up a wonderful assembly to make this day memorable for our lovely students.
This year the assembly was presented by the team of class V on 15th November. The students and teachers of the Pre-primary wing were also invited to be a part of the celebration. The assembly began with a prayer recited by the students, followed by a welcome address by the Rep of class V. The gathering was addressed by our revered Principal, Shri Manohar Lal who gave his blessings to the children and encouraged them to do well in life. Next up was the choir sung by the teachers and students. The song selected for the choir- ‘Roar’ by singer Katy Perry was very meaningful and appropriate for the occasion as it inspired the students to always believe in themselves and never doubt their abilities. The choir was followed by a very entertaining play named ‘ Hum bhi agar bachche hote’. The play talked about various stages in one’s life that is childhood, youth and old age with a message that one should enjoy each stage of life to the fullest. The play incorporated several songs and dance performances which made it very enjoyable. Last but not the least was a fusion dance medley performed by both teachers and students of the Primary Wing. It included several dance forms from Indian classical to hip-hop. The children thoroughly enjoyed the show. The program ended with a vote of thanks rendered by the Head Mistress of the Primary wing Ms. Anju Sharma. She caught all the students by surprise when she announced a special treat in store for them on their special day- a Five Star chocolate generously sanctioned by the Principal. This announcement received a thunderous applause and the smile on the face of each child was a treat to the eye.
Anju Sharma (Headmsitress)
2-09-2016 The Teacher’s Day Assembly was conducted by the students of Class II It commenced with the headmistress’s enriching address followed by a prayer. The choir then beautifully conveyed their feeling for their teachers by singing a melodious number - ‘I love My Teacher’. The conclusion of the song was a signal for the students to showcase their creative talent through an impressive play, that made the audience nostalgic about their school days. Subsequently, the audience was awestruck by a foot-tapping dance performance on a Spanish song. Last but not the least, the motivating words of our Principal, Mr Manohar Lal, left a lasting impression on the students and all the staff members.A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind and touches a heart.
21-09-2016 The students of Class I-G presented an impressive assembly based on the theme, Festivities which was well appreciated by everyone present. It was an amalgamation of acting, singing and dance.The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is to celebrate. - Oprah Winfrey
21-09-2016 The students of Class I-G presented an impressive assembly based on the theme, Festivities which was well appreciated by everyone present. It was an amalgamation of acting, singing and dance.Fear not what is not real, never was and never will be. What is real, always was and cannot be destroyed.
21-09-2016 The tiny tots of I-F presented a colourful assembly on Janmashtami. They presented the story of the birth of Lord Krishna through a short play and his teachings. A foot tapping dance was also presented that enthralled the audience.Being good to others is more likely being good to ourselves. - E.A.Cabaltica
28-09-2016 The children of II-H presented an assembly on the theme- Being Good and making the right choices in life. It stressed on making sensible choices in life between good and bad. An adaptation of the famous play- Gadbadjhala was presented. The assembly was enjoyed and appreciated by all.
We enrolled the British Council in collaboration with the Reading Agency, U.K to organize the Reading Challenge programme for the children of the Primary Wing from 1st August onwards. It is a global initiative aimed at enhancing the reading habits of the children. The theme for the programme this year is Record Breakers which brought together the world of facts and fiction, challenging the young readers to explore some of the astonishing real life achievements and World record featured in Guinness Book of World Records as a part of their Reading Challenge.
20-09-16 to 30-09-16 Friendly inter-section Basket ball matches for girls of class-IV were held. Football matches at inter-section level were held for the boys of class-V. These matches aimed at enhancing the sportsman spirit and help the children understand the rules of the games.
1-09-2016 Laiba Razi of V-D and Aarna Garg of V-E participated in an interschool Hindi debate on the theme-‘mai apne maata-pita ke haathon ki kathputli hoon’ held at The Indian School. They werte accompanied by Mrs. Rani Jha. Their efforts were appreciated and children were presented with participation certificates.
20-09-16 to 23-09-16 12 children from primary wing participated in the 19th Kanwar Ashish Annual Cricket Tournament2016 ( under-7) held at DPS RK Puram. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ritu Raheja.
5-8-16 ‘Sharing is Caring’ was the theme of the wonderful assembly presented by V-A. The assembly highlighted the need for sharing with the less privileged. The way to a healthier and happier society is by lending a hand.
17-8-16 Tiny tots of class-I- E celebrated the Monsoon Mania with a lot of gust. They presented a beautiful assembly wherein the dos and don’ts of the rainy season were highlighted the fun way. The assembly came to an end with a lovely dance performance.
24-8-16 The students of II-F presented a beautiful assembly on ‘gratitude is attitude’. The assembly was an attempt to sensitize us toward the need to be thankful to God for what we have been blessed with
30-8-16 Children of different classes were accompanied by Ms.Poonam Bhardwaj and Ms. Nisha Kakkar to Birla Vidya Niketan to participate in various events during the fest, Vibrations.(List Attached - Annexure 1)
1-8-16 to 31-8-16 The Tarkibein Foundation, an NGO has been holding sessions with EWS children from Class-II. This month the focus of the program was to help build the basic vocabulary of English in children.
13-8-16 A plethora of activities were held that aimed at reminding the children that, Freedom is not free. It comes for a price.
Our children were determined to contribute for the betterment of the nation and participated in the FREEDOM -RUN. They participated in the event with great zeal, not with a target of winning the race but running for the country, to celebrate the proud moment.
Children across the Primary wing carried tri-colour food in their tiffins. Children designed and painted their own T-shirts, soaking in the spirit of the day. The little Indians made paper planes and flew them in the air to announce and feel the freedom. There was mass singing of the National Anthem at 11:00 am sharp on 13th August to show solidarity with the nation in keeping the order issued by CBSE. All the children and the staff members participated in it. Children came dressed up as different national leaders who guided the nation to freedom and expressed their views and feelings.
A colorful and thought provoking assembly was organized “Glimpses of India’s Struggle for Independence” A musical was presented by the children of class-III. The inspiring words of the Headmistress, Mrs.Anju Sharma and the Principal, Mr. Manohar Lal at the beginning of the show gave the children a new line of thought. ‘Freedom is not only about celebrations; it is about ensuring that the price paid for it does not get wasted.
A puppet show was organized for the children of Classes-Pre-School to I to enlighten them about the freedom struggle, the fun way. A patriotic song was sung by the students of class III to highlight the spirit of Independence.
a plethora of activities were held
26-8-16 to 1-9-16 DPS Mathura Road, Primary wing organized its annual Musical Extravaganza, OSCILLATING RHYTHM season-II from 26th August to 1st September.
It was inaugurated amidst great pomp and show, wherein the children of Class- IV presented different folk songs. Dressed up in traditional folk dresses the children participated whole heartedly in the event.
The parents were enthralled by their children’s performance and were very appreciative of the school for providing them with such opportunities.
In the following days children of class-V presented classical songs, Class-III rendered patriotic compositions, Class-II presented western songs and class I presented action songs. Each child from every class got a chance to perform on the stage and the latent singer came out of his/her shell.
Musical Extravaganza, OSCILLATING RHYTHM season-II
23-8-16 A workshop on ‘Creating visual spaces for a learning environment through art” was held at Springdales School, Pusa Road, New Delhi. Mr. Pradip Rakshit participated in the same.
The workshop started with the thoughtful speech of the Principal of Springdales School. After that Mr. Rajib Lochan, Former director of NGMA talked about Oriental art and aesthetics through his speech. The whole workshop was divided into two sessions. In Session -1, we created three dimension project out of the box (using waste materials) which will be displayed at UN house. In Session -2, We went to visit Mr. Rajiv Sethi’s “Asian Art Foundation” the huge collections of Indian Folk Art and painting at South EX-II.
29-8-16 to The DPS Society organized a three-day workshop on Behavioural issues titled
31-8-16 “Teacher as a Researcher and a Counselor” at the DPSS HRD Centre. It was attended by Ms. Mandeep Kohli. The workshop was an endeavour to sensitize the teachers to enhance their effectiveness as Researcher by adopting basic techniques of counseling and subsequently providing guidance to children. The qualities of an effective teacher were discussed. Through the workshop an attempt was made to enrich the basic observational skills of teachers. The need to have a Universal Design of Learning was also discussed.
U 19 BOYS won the team championship In the ALL INDIA IPSC BADMINTON TOURNAMENT 2015 held at The Lawrence School, Sanawar, Himachal Pradesh from 6th to 10th Oct. 2015.
BOYS Team consisted of: SHIV KARAN KOCHHAR, SIDDHANT, HARIS KHAN AND SHUBHAM LORIK
U 19 GIRLS won silver medal in the team championship In the ALL INDIA IPSC BADMINTON TOURNAMENT 2015 held at The Lawrence School, Sanawar, Himachal Pradesh from 6th to 10th Oct. 2015.
GIRLS Team consisted of SANJANA GOEL, SHREYA GROVER, ALISHA NAYAR and SOMYA MALIK
Our U – 14 Girls Basketball team won second position in the IPSC U 14 Girls Basketball Tournament held at Ashoka Hall Residential Girls School, from 11th to 15th October.
The team members: TASHA AHMAD, HEMA SATI, DHRUVI AGGARWAL, SAMEEKSHA GUPTA, TANVEEN, YAKSHITA JAIN, PARIDHI SHARMA, MALVIKA, PRIYA SINGH, and KASHVI. Sitting is the principal Ashoka Hall Girls School Mrs. Neelam.
IPSC U 17 Girls Basketball tournament held at The Sanskaar Valley School, Bhopal from 20th Oct. to 24th Oct. 2015.
The team members: up: Tanveen Kaur, Naina Mittal, Dhruvi Aggarwal, Sameeksha Gulati, Radhika kapoor, Bhavika II Row Down: Abhishi, Ria Agrawal, Hema Sati, Tasha Ahmed, Yakshita Jain
OPENING CEREMONY OF IPSC U 19 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT AT MODY SCHOOL, LAKSHMANGARH, SIKAR, RAJASTJAN.
Team members are MEDHAVI,RIA,TASHA,NAINA, SAMEEKSHA, DHRUVI, HEMA, BHAVIKA, YAKSHITA,RADHINKA,ANNANYA
TASHA AHMED AND SAMEEKSHA GULATI were selected to represent DELHI BASKETBALL team to participate in the BFI BASKETBALL SUBJUNIOR NATIONALS from 30th Jan. to 11th Feb. 2016 going to held at PUDUCHERRY. THEY also participated in the SGFI NATIONAL BASKETBALL SCHOOL GAMES held at Gwalior in April 2016.
TASHA AHMED AND SAMEEKSHA GULATI
In the ALL INDIA WOODSTOCK SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Our school Boys Basketball team won THIRD RANK. Our School boy’s basketball team won Silver Medal in the INTER DPS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT wherein 21 schools participated. Our school U 19 boys basketball team won Silver Medal held at DOON SCHOOL IN the ALL INDIA AFZAL KHAN MEMORIAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT.
SHON,LAKSHAY SHARMA, SANAT THAKUR, AMMAR KHAN, L. SALVARAJ, RAGHAV GUPTA, ROHIT KUMAR SINGH, VARUN GUPTA, FADIL NAZIR, SORAV SINGHA.
OUR SENIOR CRICKET TEAM stood second Runner- up in the HARGOPAL MEMORIAL CRICKET TOURNAMENT organized by MODERN SCHOOL BARAKHAMBA ROAD NEW DELHI.
Our school U 19 CRICKET BOYS TEAM secured SECOND POSITION in the RADHA KISHAN MEMORIAL U 19 CRICKET TOURNAMENT organised by CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL RAJOURI GARDEN EXTN. DELHI from 5th to 19th Oct. 2015.
Our school U 19 CRICKET BOYS TEAM secured SECOND POSITION in the IPSC U 19 CRICKET TOURNAMENT organised by RAJKUMAR COLLEGE, RAJKOT from 24th to 28th Oct. 2015.
Our boys U 14 cricket team became fourth in the IPSC U 14 CRICKET TOURNAMENT organised by SKV, GWALIOR from 20th to 24th Oct. 2015.
KRISHANT KUMAR,DARPAN JAIN, APURV BIST, KESHAV RAJ SHARMA, SHEKHAR SEHRAWAT, VINAYAK GUPTA, ANKIT CHILLAR, RAGHAV SINGHAL, HONEY SHOKEEN, VAIBHAV KANDPAL, KARAN PANDAY, AKASH CHAUHAN, RAHUL CHAUDHARY, SHAURYA BAJAJ.
TANAMY DAS WON SILVER MEDAL in the 50 mts butterfly in the PACIFIC SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL SPORTS organised in Australia.
VANSHIKA SACHAR won silver medal in the team championship in the PACIFIC SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL SPORTS organized in Adeleaide Australia.
On 27the September 2016 Univariety Launching Seminar was organized at DPS Mathura road for class 12th students.
As a part of our tradition of putting the student’s interest first, we would like to support our students and parent in identifying suitable higher studies options.
Thus, DPSMR has partnered with “Univariety”, yet again which has been serving the school from past three years.
Univariety is an online portal that specializes in the field of university planning and higher education counseling for multiple destination countries. Univariety is part of a Singapore based ‘International Education Gateway’. Their international team comes with over a decade of experience in guiding personalized guidance around which countries, colleges and courses to target for within India and abroad.
Univariety platform has been integrated within the systems at DPSMR such that parents and students have access to a rich University database.
The expert team at Univariety has also helped training our in-house career counsellor-Mrs Astha Mahajan at the school, who will ensure its effective functioning as well as guide students simultaneously face to face on their queries put up online helping them make a right choice while choosing a career.
Our well structured program thus aims to guide the student and parent starting in class 9th till the end of class 12th.
Therefore, we had invited Univariety to conduct an introductory session in the school so that the students and parents can get full insight about this new advancement and system being integrated in school. Below are few pictures/snapshots of the orientation session held with class 12th students this year:
On 29th of September a Special assembly was organized on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti by Mrs. Renuka Bareja and Mrs. Astha Mahajan. Selected students from Classes 7th and 8th were trained to perform a skit on “Moral Values learnt from the life of Mahatma Gandhi such as Following the right path of truth, nonviolence and doing good deeds.” The play ended with the slogans by Gandhi Ji such as “Be the Change you wish to see in the world”. Some Snapshots of the same are given below:
On 30th September 2016, Delhi Public School , Mathura Road organised a Career Fait for parents and students of classes 11th and 12th . Ms Jyotsna Bharadwaj , progressive Educator enlightened all by giving a clearer view to select a career in her career counselling session. After the counselling session the parents and students visited the exhibition which included eminent universities like Ashoka University, S.P. Jain University, Ecole Hoteliere, IILM, University of Victoria, University of Ottawa, IIAD, ISBF and many more . They provided a clear insight on the application procedure, marks requirement and scholarships available. It provided an opportunity for students to meet the finest Indian Universities under one roof. Brochures, prospectus and admission forms were also distributed to ease out the task of students. The fair helped students to get authentic and transparent information on various courses and programs at different levels. It helped them to seek information about global education sector. It was overall a very informative event for both the parents and students. Some snapshots of the same are given below: