CLASS 12 ASSEMBLY
A special Morning Assembly on World Ranger’s Day was conducted by the students of senior classes (Class XIIB). It started with the morning prayer, followed by a thought of the day and daily news update. A PowerPoint presentation along with an informative video on the life and duties of the Rangers left the children enthralled. The Headmistress addressed the students and applauded their efforts.
CHARTING THE CAREER PATH - THE COUNSELLING SESSION FOR CLASS 12
The scientific and technological developments have changed the socio-economic structure of the world. This has led to immense career opportunities. We, therefore, need to plan the careers of our children as per their abilities and capabilities from the very early stages of education. Keeping these objectives in mind, DPSGV organized a career counselling workshop titled Charting the Career Path for the students of class XII. DPSG Meerut Road, DPSG International, Sun Valley International, Maharaja Agrasen, DLF Public School, Dehradoon Public School and several other schools from the neighbourhood attended the workshop.
Mr. Jatin Chawla, a noted career counseller shared a host of career opportunities available for the students right after class XII. He satisfied the queries of the students related to the vocational courses available in various colleges of Delhi University.
Dr. Aruna Broota, a renowned Clinical Psychologist guided children on how to manage time effectively and develop concentration and interest in studies to optimize academic performance.
DPSGV organized a special assembly on World Chocolate Day wherein the parents were also invited. It started with the Invocation Dance to seek the blessings of Lord Krishna. The children presented a self-scripted skit which showcased various chocolate brands available in the market. A Power Point presentation and video on the origin and popularity of the chocolates was very informative.
The parents shared their experiences about the chocolate. Dr. Jaishree Bhargava, The Principal of the school advised the children to eat chocolates moderately. She also exhorted students to develop research skills as they are very important in their life.