‘Manmohana’ - Annual Function of DPSGV ‘Starz’
“Develop the right attitude towards your work and even the most mundane work becomes a source of joy.”
Calmness, gentleness, self-restrain and purity are the disciplines of the mind. Krishna – the supreme personality who possesses all riches, all fame, all beauty and all knowledge teaches the supreme values of life like wisdom, dispassion, dominion, might, glory and splendor and his life continues to be a source of inspiration, solace and happiness to millions.
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara celebrated the Annual Function of the ‘STARZ’ ECE wing and class 1 on 31st August, 2019. The theme of the function was ‘MANMOHANA’
The little DPSGVites depicted the story of Bal Krishna through enthralling dance performances, music and yoga. It was indeed a treat for the eyes. A video commemorating twenty years of DPSGV was one of the special attractions of the function.
The chief guest for the first show was Ms. Tapti Chatterjee, Executive Director – Modern Public School, Noida Extension. The Guest of Honour for the first show was Ms. Jaya Prasad, Principal- Maple Bear Canadian school.
For the second show, the Chief Guest was Ms. Shashibala Mishra, Retired Principal from Delhi School and guest of Honour Ms. Monika Khan, the owner and founder of Sunrise Nest.
The guests appreciated the children for the wonderful performance.
The Principal, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist 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.
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.