Foundation ByEstablished in year 1949, Delhi Public School Mathura Road is a co-educational day cum boarding school. The foundation stone of the school building was laid in 1956 by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, the then Vice President of India...
School RulesIt is essential for all the students to carry their almanac and identity card daily. Students will not be allowed to enter or leave school on short leave unless they show their identity cards at the gate...
Junior Co-CurricularSocially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) has been included in the curriculum as a compulsory subject for classes VI -X under the CCE Programme. It is compulsory for every student to put in the specified number of work hours to clear...
Achievements Co-CurricularThe school provides facilities for all games. To encourage healthy competition, character building and physical stamina, Inter-Class competitions are held in all available games for senior and junior boys and girls each year...
Club & SocietiesThe Environment Council Environment-protection, promotion and conservation has been included as a mandatory subject in the school curriculum. Students from Classes VI-IX have been offered this subject as an activity...
Student CouncilSocial leadership and responsibility are best learnt through active participation. Selected after a careful scrutiny of their school records, a number of student appointments are entrusted with various responsibilities...
DPS Mathura Road organized ‘The Sports Day’ on 17th February 2017for Classes VI-VIII. The Chief Guest for the event was Dr. D.R. Saini, Director DPS Society while Ms. Richa Mishra, International Swimmer and a Dipsite was the Guest of Honour. In his address, Principal ShriManoharLal welcomed the distinguished guests as well as the proud parents of the participants. He took oath on the behalf of Dipsites and urged the students to participate with a true spirit of sports. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Saini said that sports and games foster team spirit among the participants and make them disciplined, while Ms. Richa Mishra acknowledged the role played by the school in shaping her career, she was highly indebted to her alma mater. She also said that dedication and hard work are the key to success.
The Sports Day in which more than 700 students participated aimed to ensure mass participation and promote sports and games among the students. Moreover it was a perfect platform to honour International and National/IPSC/CBSE/Inter DPS position holders as well as other participants who brought laurels to the school.
The day commenced with the lighting of the torch followed by the march past, 100 metres race for Class VI boys and girls, 4x100 metres relay race for Class VIII boys and girls followed by Cards, Umbrella and Hoops mass drill. Cards mass drill showcased the theme of the school‘ Service Before Self’, they also displayed formation of Olympic Rings and the Map of India. Umbrella mass drill was based on the theme of women empowerment while Hoops mass drill highlighted the theme of national integration. This was followed by a tug of war between parents and teachers. There was also a mesmerizing Rhythmic Yoga performance. The Head of the Sports Department, Dr. VikasDutt presented the sports achievement report for the session 2016-17.The ‘ vote of thanks’ was rendered by the Vice Principal Mrs. AshaTuli. The sporty day came to an end with the gathering rising up for the National Anthem.
Zone 2 Inter DPS Basketball tournament for Girls (Open)
DPS Mathura Road organized the ALL INDIA IPSC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT FOR GIRLS U -17 from 12th to 14th Nov 2016. The tournament buzzed premises with thrill and excitement .
14 schools from all over India participated in the tournament namely
DPS , MATHURA ROAD
Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
Genesis Global School, Noida
Daly College, Indore
Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer
Mody School, Lakshmangarh, Sikar Pinegrove School, Kasuali Road, Hp
Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior, Mp
The Emerald Heights School, Indore, Mp
The Lawerence School, Lovedale, Oaty
Vidya Devi Jindal School, Hisar
Welham Girls School, Dehradun
Yadvindra Public School, Mohali
The host school exhibited their incredible calibre and made this event a grand success.
The Opening Ceremony commenced with the welcoming of the Chief Guest, officials coaches/managers and participating teams by Principal Shri Manohar Lal. He declared the tournament open. It was by the oath administered to the captains by the captain and vice captain of DPS Mathura Road that the event commenced formally.
All the teams were divided into 4 pools A, B,C and D. The tournament was played on league cum knock out basis.
Nov 14th 2016 the final day 2 semi final matches and a hard-line match. First semi final was played between Modern School, Barakhamba Raod and DPS Mathura Road, Modern School won the match. The second semi final was between DPS R.K. Puram and Daly College Indore in which DPS R.K. Puram won.
Modern School and DPS R.K.Puram punched their tickets into the finals. With keen desire to embrace victory, both the teams displayed their potential and put their best efforts. At last Modern School Barakhamba Road won the trophy.
In the afternoon the closing ceremony for the tournament was organized.
Shri Manohar Lal Principal DPS Mathura Road welcomed the Chief Guest.
Mr. Pushkar Vohra, Joint Director CBSE, Mrs. Deeksha Khera Vice Principal DPS Mathura Road welcomed IPSC observer Mr. Sajjan Dhiwan. Dr. Vikas Dutt HOD Physical Education Faculty DPS Mathura Road welcomed technical delegate and Chief Referee Mr. Ashok Rangeen.
Mr. Puskar Vohra congratulated all the participants for their commendable performance and gave away the trophies to the winner and runner up teams.
Modern School Barakhamba Road received the tournament Trophy.
DPS R.K.Puram and Daly College Indore received trophies for first and second runner up position respectively. Prattika from Modern School emerged as the best player of the tournament. Vice Principal Mrs. Deeksha Khera rendered the vote of thanks and the Principal DPS Mathura Road declared the tournament Close.
Result Zone 2 Inter Dps Basketball Tournament For Girls