The Farewell was organized by the students and teachers of Class XI on 29th Jan.2018 in the school auditorium where students of Class XI bid Farewell to the outgoing students of Class XII with great enthusiasm. The day started with the Hawan Ceremony where parents of Class XII were also invited.
The function began with the invocationand the lighting of the lamp by the revered Principal and all the stake holders along with the Head Girl and Head Boy of the school. The HM welcomed the students with her enthusing words and good wishes.
Students of Class XI presented an incredible dance and the pulsating music rocked the ambience. The outgoing students were awarded compliments and mementoes.
The Principal Dr. Jaishree Bhargavaenlightened the students with her inspirational words. The programme ended up with lunch hosted by the school. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments. Summing up, the day was great, filled with nostalgia, fun and excitement.
The 19th Felicitation Ceremony held at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara on 10th Jan., 2018 was a continuation of the school tradition which believes in recognizing the efforts of the assiduous and meritorious students by felicitating them with the coveted blue blazer, for the path of success they have traversed for four consecutive years, with their multifarious endeavours, aspirations triumphs and academic excellence. The guests for the occasion were Mrs. Manju Tyagi, Councillor, Vasundhara Sectors 1-13, Mr. Vineet Tyagi, Chairman, Krida Bharti Vaishali Mahanagar, Mr. Sunil Rai, Zonal Officer, Nagar Nigam Ghaziabad, Vasundhara Zone and the proud parents of these 42 Scholars.
In her welcome address, the school Principal, Dr. Ms. Jaishree Bhargava, thanked the guests for sparing their valuable time to grace the occasion. She applauded the students on their success and asked them to “make good use of their roots and wings.” The Chief Guest, Mrs Manju Tyagi stressed that “all students have some potential and all are equally capable.” In his address, Mr Sunil Rai reiterated the fact that “success is not final and failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” Mr. Vineet Tyagi acknowledged the efforts of the students for their consistent and incredible performance for four consecutive years and asserted that excellence in education requires the input and the dedication of the teachers, parents and most importantly, the students.
The ceremony was well punctuated with an elegant Kathak tarana performance and a melodious self-composed and self-directed motivational song. The ceremony ended with the National Anthem.
Suryatanaya- The Rhythm of Silence
A river is more than an amenity; it is a treasure. Rivers run through our history and folklore, and link us as a people. They nourish and refresh us and provide a home for dazzling varieties of fish and wildlife and trees and plants of every sort. We are a nation rich in rivers.
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara celebrated the Annual Function of classes 3 to 5 on 23rd December 2017. The theme of the function was Suryatanaya- The Rhythm of Silence.
It was indeed an extravaganza depicting how lovely and how strange a river is. The programme was full of zeal and vibrant colours. The students beautifully expressed through their actions, words and dance movements that a river is a river, always there, and yet the water flowing through it is never the same and is never still. It’s always changing and is always on the move. And over time, the river itself changes too. It widens and deepens as it rubs and scours, gnaws and kneads, eats and bores its way through the land. The programme was an effort to spread the message that just like a river one should go with the flow, immerse oneself in nature, slow down and meander, go around obstacles and be thoughtful of those downstream.
The programme also showcased the threats imposed by humans to the rivers and ways to protect them.
Mr. Rohit Pathak, Director HR DPSG Society, Chairman DPSGV presided over the ceremony and graced the occasion with his presence. He applauded the children and praised them for being confident.
The Principal of the school, Dr. Jaishree Bhargava addressed the gathering stating the importance of such programmes which extend learning beyond the classroom. On the other hand, the parents were overwhelmed seeing the enthusiastic performance of the children. They deeply praised the hard work and dedication behind the programme which no doubt made it a complete success.
The school hosted Inter School Street Play Competition to create awareness on “Manavadhikar” on UN Human Rights Day i.e. 8th December, 2017, in collaboration with The Times of India, NIE. The objective behind the forum was to share a common platform and create an opportunity to understand and to be tolerant towards Human Rights.
Mr.Manav Mehra, an eminent Theatre Director and Designer graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The occasion was also graced by Mr. Abhishek Pandey, a poet and photographer. The distinguished guests were the judges of the event. The participating schools brought out issues concerning human rights which are ailing human society.
Six schools participated in the event. KBD Public School, Ghaziabad, bagged the first position and Modern Public School, Bhivadi and DPSG, Meerut Road got the second and the third positions respectively. Dr. Jaishree Bhargava, the Principal DPSG Vasundhara, addressed the gathering and urged the students that academics alone cannot take you far. It is more important to be a good human being above anything. She made the students aware of the fact that the duties are right way of seeking rights.
DIWALI MILAN(24th October, 2017)
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad celebrated Diwali Milan on 24th October, 2017 as a special assembly by class 6-C .The students managed to revive the memory of Ramayana in the form of a role play wherein they portrayed the main characters which created a mythological aura. The classical dance performances kept the audience captivated. The parents applauded the endeavour of students and appreciated the school for providing their children a chance to outshine. The Principal, Ms. Jaishree Bhargava highlighted the importance of these presentations which help students in being connected with the values originated years ago, and to imbibe them in their lives too.
ANNUAL FUNCTION CLASS 1 - 2
Nature bestows her own richest gifts and with lavish hands, she works in shifts.
When spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soil;
When summer’s balmy breezes refresh the mower’s toil;
When winter holds in frosty chains the fallow and the food;
In God the earth rejoices still, and owns her Maker good.
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara celebrated the annual function of classes 1 and 2 on September 3,2017. The theme of the function was Rituyein – Harmony in Nature.
It was indeed an extravaganza teaching the little ones that every season of the year has its own beauty and importance. The programme was full of zeal and vibrant colours. The chief guest of the day was Sri Uday Shankar, a renowned cartoonist, illustrator and painter.
The Director (H.R) OF DPSG Society and Chairman DPSGV, Mr. Rohit Pathak graced the occasion with his presence and inspired the students with his motivating words.
The chief guest applauded the children and the school with his inspiring and vitalizing words.
The Principal of the school, Dr. Jaishree Bhargava addressed the gathering stating the importance of such programmes which help the students learn a variety of things beyond classroom. On the other hand, the parents were overwhelmed seeing the enthusiastic performance of the children. They deeply praised the hard work and dedication behind the programme which no doubt made it a complete success.
CAREER COUNSELLING WORKSHOP
BY Mr. Jitin Chawla
To facilitate the students make informed career choices based on their aptitude and interests, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara organised a Career Guidance Workshop for the parents and students of Grade IX and X in the School Auditorium on September 2, 2017. The resource person for the occasion was the renowned career counsellor and educationist, Mr. Jitin Chawla. Through his signature interactive style, Mr. Chawla was successful in guiding the audience through a journey of conventional and the unconventional new age careers This career counselling session was effective in helping the parents and the students understand the ways to choose careers, streams and even institutions.It is a constant endeavour of the school to ensure that each student acquires the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to identify options, explore alternatives and succeed in this age of globalisation. In this pursuit, an individual psychometric analysis of each student and a personalised counselling session for both the students as well as their parents by Mr. Jitin Chawla are also scheduled in the days to come. The parents appreciated the effort of the school in organising this much-needed workshop which was helpful in allaying their apprehensions and satiating their queries about the career choice of their wards.
Tech Contest - Technovation and
5th August 2017
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Vasundhara organized the 17th Mega Quiz Contest - Illuvio and 11th Tech Contest - Technovation on 5th August 2017.
Keeping in mind the all - round development of the students, this grand event is organized by DPSGV every year. The theme of Mega Quiz 2017 was Tourism in India. India, the land of remarkable diversity – from ancient traditions and artistic heritage to magnificent landscapes and culinary creations – can ignite your curiosity, shake your senses and warm your soul.
The quiz covered various aspects of tourism in India. From the towering icy peaks of the northern mountains to the sun-washed beaches of the southern coast.Along with abundant natural beauties, exquisite temples that rise majestically out of pancake-flat deserts.
Seventeen schools from Ghaziabad and NCR participated in this grand event. The quiz began with a preliminary round and eight schools were selected for the activity based semi-final round.
The honourable Principal, Smt Jaishree Bhargava welcomed the chief guest of the day, Dr. Sangeeta Sharma Dhaor teaching social work in Delhi University and actively working with HIV infected persons.
The Principal announced the four finalists and the quiz masters.
The final round of the quiz commenced with the auspicious lamp lighting ceremony followed by a welcome song sung melodiously by the choir group of the host school and a mesmerizing dance performance.
The four finalist teams participated enthusiastically in the quiz. There were thirteen rounds in the final quiz. The host team, DPSGV won the contest and Cambridge School, Indirapuram was the runner up team.
As a school tradition, the winning trophy was passed on to Cambridge School, Indirapuram team and DPS Rajnagar was declared as the first runner up.
The event was indeed a great success?
CNDP PEACE ASSEMBLY
4th August 2017
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara conducted an Inter School Peace Assembly in collaboration with ‘Coalition of Nuclear Disarmament and Peace’. The main theme of assembly was to promote Peace within countries and sensitise children about the most unfortunate incidents happened in the past. Ten schools including the host school participated in the event and showcased variety of presentations including skit, poem recitation and dance. The Chief Guest of the day was a renowned activist and writer Mr Pankaj Bisht. He presented his strong views on peace and emphasized upon understanding the true meaning of good will and co-operation. Ms Jaishree Bhargava, Principal of DPSGV, appreciated the efforts of various schools and highlighted upon the fact that peace is not something which comes from outside. Rather, it’s a state of our healthy and tolerant mind. The assembly was a great way to motivate students to contribute their little yet inspiring efforts.
International Tiger Day
It’s a persistent practice of Dpsgv to sensitize its students for the welfare of society and environment. Pertaining the same thought students of class 7-B presented an eye opener assembly on ‘International Tiger Day’ which is observed on 29th July. Assembly commenced with chanting of Gayatri mantra and an inspiring thought. The students through a talk show tried to show the drastic situation of tigers in the world. They also put their efforts to depict the reality by a skit which was followed by a dance performance on the beats of ‘Jine do Jine do’. Parents of these students were too the part of this assembly and appreciated student’s efforts and suggested that this should be arranged incessantly. The Principal of the school applauded students and added that it’s high time, and we need to pay heed to the declining numbers of tigers. Otherwise, the current scenario would lead to the extinction of tigers and they would remain an animal to be just read in books or to be seen on videos for our coming generation. The assembly was culminated with the vote of thanks given by the class teacher.
KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS
29th July 2017
The Sudents of Std VII A of DPSG Vasundhara, conducted a special assembly on Kargil Vijay Diwas on 27th July 2017 by remembering the brave souls who laid down their life for our country. Commodore Saleem M Anwer, VSM graced the occasion and added a patriotic fervor to the whole event. He complimented the children on their ability to recreate the battlegrounds of Kargil and applauded their performance.
The assembly was also attended by the parents who were thrilled to see their children perform.
The Principal of DPSG Vasundhara, Dr Jaishree Bhargava, in her address said that it is but for our brave soldiers that we are safe in our homes. She thanked the parents who were present for the assembly.
JUNE 30, 2017
John F. Kennedy once said ‘Leadership & Learning are indispensable to one another. The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves, for leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. A leader is not only a dealer in hope but also a visionary, a dreamer, an innovator, a mentor,an educator, an effective communicator and a facilitator. It has always been a constant endeavour at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara to nurture and mould such leaders who will pioneer their country and the world to newer heights of peace, progress and prosperity in the years to come. The much awaited Investiture ceremony to elect the student council was held in the school. It was not just a formal announcement of giving away the portfolios and responsibilities to the newly elected school council but also the belief that these young and passionate leaders would influence and inspire their peers to create more leaders. The ceremony unfurled itself with the prayer and invocation song, followed by the announcement of the newly appointed school council who were administered the oath of office by the school Principal.
Junior Wing Head Boy- Sarthak Singh
Junior Wing Head Girl- Akshara Tyagi
Secondary Wing Head Girl- Hritish Kakati
Secondary Wing Head Girl- Vaishnavi Bhardwaj
Senior Wing Head Boy- Naman Agarwal
Senior Wing Head Girl- Sakshi Tomar
The selection of these students was based on their academic performance, creative abilities and their conduct during the overnight leadership camp where they were marked for their organisational and leadership skills. In her address, the school Principal, Dr.Ms. Jaishree Bhargava, urged the flag bearers who donned the mantle of responsibility of the school ambassadors to have “vision, foresight and passion” for it is the duty of a leader to “inspire others to dream more, work more, learn more, do more and become more.”
Imbibing values has to bean integral part of education for its purpose is to have a better society.Value orientation cannot be propagated through moral science lectures but through experiences that inspire students to realize, endorse and internalize values.
Spic Macay is to enrich the quality of formal education by increasing awareness about different aspects of Indian heritage and inspiring the young minds to inherit the values embedded init.
Under the aegis of SpicMacay, the lively and enthusiastic students of DPSGV had the privilege of witnessing an awe inspiring Kathak dance recital by Padmashri Guru Shovana Narayan whose performances have been marked with depth of emotion along with the vivaciousness imparted by rhythmic brilliance. She laid stress on not only imparting correct techniques with keen in depth knowledge of the shastras, butalso on the intangible spirit and ethos of Kathak in the true Guru Shishyaparampara.
Accompanying her on the tabla were Ustaad Shakeel Ahmed Khan, Pandit Madho Prasad (Vocal and Harmonium), and Shri Azhar Shakeel on Violin, who mesmerized the students with their stupendous and remarkable expertise on their instruments.
It was indeed a very captivating and spell binding rendition which will always remain embedded in the student’s memory for a long time to come. The fascinating performance left the students spell-bound. Her quiet dignity and demeanor of her work and conduct has made her a role model for millions of girls today who aspire to be like her.
It was a great visual and aural treat for the parents as well to watch such a wonderful performance,followed by a question and answer session with her.
With the aim of enabling adolescents understand life skills more accurately; DPSG Vasundhara organized the 10 Inter-School Life Skills Enrichment Program for Adolescents Phase II, in collaboration with Expressions India on 9 December, 2016.
15 Schools and more than 100 students participated in the annual event which helps today’s youth put forward their invaluable visions. This year’s theme was Life Skills – a path to holistic development. Students from various schools shared their experience of implementing the plans discussed in Phase -I of the Peer Educators’ Programme. They came out with their presentations and expressed their views. This year’s chief guests were – Mr. Pankaj Kumar and Ms. Daya Pant. Pankaj Kumar sir shared his ideas on adolescent issues. Daya Pant ma’am conducted an interactive session, discussing the problems that children face at this age and also giving their solutions. They also appreciated the students for their efforts and hard-work. They were highly impressed with the schools’ efforts to make the students aware, responsible and empowered.
The school’s principal,Mr. Dharmendra Goyal, also came forward and congratulated the participating and the organizing teams for their efforts as well as the success of the event.
Keeping in view of the overall development of the children, DPSGV always conducts various extracurricular and sports activities throughout the year. This year too DPSGV had conducted a football tournament — Copa Euphoria 2016 with great fervourand enthusiasm.
It wasa 5-day tournament from 17 – 21 Oct. in which 26 schools participated. TheOpening Ceremony was held in style with the chief guest Mr. Shyam NarayanYadav, sports official of Sports and Youth Affairs U.P Government gracing theoccasion. He declared the meet open with his motivational speech. Mr. ShyamNarayan Yadav along with Principal Mr. Dharmendra Goyal wished luck to all theparticipating teams. A wonderful Yoga performance was presented by the littleDPSGVites at the opening ceremony.
All theschools played to the best of their ability. Eventually the two teams who couldmake it out to the finals were R. S Junior Delhi and Amity International SchoolVasundhara. The final match was held on 21 October with R.S Junior Delhi emergingas winners and Amity International School Vasundhara as runners up. HeartiestCongratulations to the teams!
Thechief guest Mr. Anaba Ebere who has worked as senior coach with PhoenixFootball Academy Goa, and Bankura Football club Kolkata league gave away theprizes. Terrific Taekwondo was performed by the little ones of DPSGV. Alongwith the Winners’ and Runners’ up trophy other prizes were also given to thestudents according to their performance in the tournament. Vvandit Saproo ofDPSGV bagged the award for the top scorer, the best goalkeeper award wascollected by Arya Sinha of DPSGV. The promotional player award was taken byKris from R.S Junior Delhi. Aditya Dutta of Amity International School wasawarded as the player of the tournament.
HeartiestCongratulations to all! The tournament was overall a grand success.
The sixth inter-school photography salon had a successfultakeoff on August 19, 2016 at elhi ublic chool haziabad asundhara.Coinciding with the World Photography Day, Paridarshika was launched on August19, 2011, with an aim to groom the photography enthusiasts, mentor them on howto participate in a photography salon and sensitise them about the importanceof World Photography Day by remembering the valuable contribution of Frenchartist and chemist Louis J M Daguerre, the inventor of photography. The ChiefGuest for this prestigious event was Mr. Akashendu Das, popularly known asAkash Das, a groundbreaking figure in the Indian Advertisement Industry, who, withinnumerable commendations and prestigious awards to his credit, has pioneeredthe art of visual communication and photography. In his interactive sessionwith the participants, he asserted that many pictures turn out to be limptranslations of the known world instead of vital objects which create anintrinsic world of their own and that there is a vast difference between“taking a picture and making a photograph.” Mr. Das not only appreciated thecreativity, dedication, passion and endeavour of the young participants butalso gave them handy tips on how to improvise their photography techniques. Fora two round competition in 6 categories, the event witnessed a toughcompetition within the 15 participating schools that qualified for the finalround. Shrey Goyal of DPSGV was adjudged the winner of the event while AdritPanday bagged the runner-up trophy. Certificates of Commendation and the BestPhotographer Award were also given in each of the 6 categories, namely, Nature,Macro, Still Life / Table-top, Candid, Travel and Portrait. In hisaddress, the school Principal, Mr. Dharmendra Goyal, lauded the efforts of thetalented participants and urged them to stay away from the rat race, be skilledand explore the unexploited field of alternative careers. The vote of thankswas proposed by Mr. Anil Tiwari, who heads the Paridarshika Club at school.
In viewof the Digital India Initiative taken by our Honourable Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi, DPSGV invigorated today’s youth by stimulating their brains inthe web of intricacies by conducting ‘ on10 July 2016. It was an initiative to transform youngminds into digital empowered society and knowledge economy. It is a platform toexhibit technical skills, collaborative effort, which initiated a thinkingprocess among children. The program was presided by Dr. Peeyush Tewari, Ph. D(Applied Mathematics). He is an Associate Professor at BIT MESRA RANCHI, Noida.
The theme ranged fromFuturistic Gizmos, Digital citizenship, which required a layer of believabilitybased on science. Digital citizenship which required students to work on thelines of Cyber safety. The event was also glorified with software developer,Mr. Gaurav Mittal who has a 9 yrs experience at Indian Information Technologyand services and Ms. Rupanshi Mehra, Software Engineer at Sopra Steria. Theother themes were ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyan, ‘Combat Cybercrime’, E- Governance,Science Kranti and E Kranti. The event witnessed a turnout of eminent guestslike Ms. Divina Nihalani, Business Development Analyst at Cognizant, Mr. AnkutGupta, Sr. Software Designer, Noida, Ms. Divya Kumar Singh, Engineer at Sopraindia Pvt. Ltd. & Mr. Priya Ranjan, Asst. Professor (IT).
The event saw 240students from 32 schools competing in various events for the coveted trophies.The Overall Winner’s trophy of the event went to ‘Vishwa Bharti Public School,Noida & the Runners Up trophy went to Amity International School,Vasundhara.
Mr. Dharmendra Goyal,Principal DPSGV encouraged the students and was overwhelmed to see the newemerging technocrats in the society.
TheInternational Yoga Day is a global health awareness day initiated on the worldpanorama by India. Healthy Living is a lifestyle which should be apractice. Keeping the legacy of partnership in Education and involvingeveryone to reap the maximum for the young stakeholders, Delhi Public SchoolGhaziabad Vasundhara celebrated ‘International Yoga Day at DPSGV grounds with arefreshing Yoga session on 21 June 2016.
Withthe aim of enabling adolescents understand life skills more accurately; DPSGVasundhara organized the 10 Inter-SchoolLife Skills Enrichment Program for Adolescents Phase I, in collaboration withExpressions India on 12 and 13 of April 2016.
23Schools and more than 120 students participated in the annual event which helpstoday’s youth put forward their invaluable vision. This year’s theme was . Studentscame together and indulged themselves in an assortment of role-plays, effectivegroup discussions, creative poster making, session planning and well-organized presentations.Through various other activities, the students were trained to deal withpressure situations more calmly, understanding them deeply first. This year’schief guest was Ms. Harvinder Sodhi Saraswat, and Guests of Honours wereMs. Reena Pundhir, Ms. Mohini Sampson and Ms. Ishani Tripathi. They sharedtheir ideas on Stress management, Rationalization, Decision Making and PeerPressure and appreciated the students for their efforts and hard-work. Theywere highly impressed with the schools’ efforts to make the students aware,responsible and empowered.
The school’s Principal,Mr. Dharmendra Goyal, also came forward and congratulated the participatingschools as well as the organizing teams for their efforts as well as for thesuccess of the event.
TheWorld Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year.Healthy Living is a lifestyle which should be a practice. Keeping thelegacy of partnership in Education and involving community to reap the maximumfor the young stakeholders, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara celebrated‘World Health Day’ at DPSGV grounds with a refreshing Yoga and Meditationsession on 7 April 2016. More than 500 students,their parents and teachers participated in it. The students enjoyed glidinghappily through warm up, yogic exercises, suryanamaskar which culminated intomeditation. The participants felt rejuvenated and energetic and were leftwanting for more. Their broad smiles unfolded the whole environment. Amidst alot of cheer and happy faces the program came to an end with honourablePrincipal sir, Mr. Dharmendra Goyal thanking the parent fraternity for havingaccepted the invite and for their turnout and reiterating the fact that let’smake health a practice.
DPSGV organized a workshop on Online Lab Resources material in collaboration with CBSE and Amrita University, Kerala. Dr. Rajendra Singh, an eminent scientist and associate director of DRDO inaugurated the event. Near about 100 teachers from various schools of Delhi and NCR attended the workshop.
The objective of the workshop was to acquaint and equip the teachers with virtual lab experimentation. These virtual labs will facilitate the process of experiments and will make them hassle free both for the teachers and the students.