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AU REVOIR   |  Social Service Report October-December 2010   |  World Peace Prayer Day  |  DPS Mathura Road: A Proud Delhi Citizen  |  ‘Chitrankan 2010’ Interschool Art Competition  |  Jaano Jaago Jagao  |  Munqsmun 2010  |  Inter School Language (Arabic & Urdu) Festival 30th & 31st July 2010  |  Activity Report July 2010  |  Earth Day Celebrations  |  Music And Dance Festival ‘Madhurayan’  |  T- 20 Cricket Tournament  |  Kathak Dance Recital  |  Inter School Quiz Competition on Germany



The much awaited evening of 29th January was a memorable one as students and teachers bid farewell to the outgoing batch of class XII students. The ceremony commenced on an auspicious note with the recital of scriptures from the Gita, the Quran, the Bible and the Guru Granth Sahib.


The cultural programme began with the tikka ceremony wherein the teachers blessed the class XII students and wished them luck for the future. The Principal, Mr M.I.Hussain also encouraged and motivated the class XII students and wished them luck for the future. Then followed a musical programme by the students of class XI who set the mood for the evening by singing a medley of songs. The most eagerly awaited event of the evening was the variety of titles that were awarded to some of the students. Head Girl and Head Boy, Aashna Mehra and Abhinav Vats. Vats received the coveted title of “Donna Perfezionista” and “the Godfather”. Some other titles were “Prima Ballerina”, Sugar and Spice, Roop Ki Rani (s), Miss tan on ten 22- yard King and Pablo Picassa etc.


To add to everyone’s delight a colourful dance extravaganza was presented by the students of class XI who performed on the latest peppy numbers and a musical called “flashback”. While these dances earned a thundering applause, it was the boarders who stole the show with their perfectly coordinated steps that had everyone jiving to their beats. The programme came to a close with the lighting of the candles which was the most significant part of the evening. It was indeed a mesmerizing sight as the students raised their candles to the school anthem.


Later everybody proceeded for high tea and snacks and danced to the DJ’s music.Thus an enchanting evening culminated and with it both happiness and nostalgia crept into each one on the campus.


Social Service Report October-December 2010


  1. 27th – 31st October: A 5-day training on Human Values was conducted by Sat Sai International Centre for teachers of Birla schools and DPS. 3 of our teachers – Mrs. Narang, Mrs. Anju Vig and Ms. Dolly Dayal were a part of this training.
  2. 1st – 14th Nov: To celebrate the World Diabetes Fortnight workshops on healthy nutrition and Active lifestyles stressing on physical activity were conducted for the students of 6th, 7th, and 8th class with support from nutrition experts of N.G.O. Hriday-Shaan.
  3. 14th Nov: On World Diabetes Day, ‘The Global Child Health Congress’ was organized by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare at Expo. India centre at Greater Noida. Mrs. Narang participated as a panelist on topic of Child Rights and Inclusive Education in the panel discussion organized by Expressions India under Dr. Jitender Nagpal. More then 7000 children formed the human chain for the cause of prevention of Diabetes in India.
  4. 19th Nov: A grand Adolescent festival “Vatsalya” was organized by the Ministry of Women and Child Development in collaborative partnership with Expressions India under Dr.Jitender Nagpal at Delhi Hatt. 50 schools with 1500 students from different schools participated. 30 of our students participated in the interschool skit competition, painting, face painting, Adol-quiz, jingle and extempore. Our school won the following prizes:

    i) 1st Prize in Adolescent Quiz
    ii) 2nd Prize in Jingle on Girl child
    iii) 2nd Prize in Painting on My Dreams and Aspirations
    iv) 2nd Prize in ‘Face Painting’ on environment issues.

    Our students presented a play on “Saying No to Drugs” and 2 musical band performances on the stage to entertain all students. The winners were presented books and certificates.
  5. 19th – 25th Nov: Communal Harmony week and Flag Day was celebrated by spreading awareness in the students on spreading brotherhood, harmony, peace and national integration through workshops and stickers were sold to raise funds. An amount of Rs. 7480/- was collected from senior school.
  6. Indian Red Cross Society was supported by raising funds for Red Cross Blood Bank through 20 donation boxes. This was carried out by the junior school.
  7. 22nd – 24th Nov: A 3 day training workshop on “Learning Disabilities” was organized by NIPCCD (National Institute of Public Co-Operation and Child Development) for a group of 25 Principals, Co-ordinators and Counselors of schools. The focus of the training was on inclusive education. Sessions on Self-esteem, Understanding Diversity in classes, Challenges and rewards, Building bridges between parents and school and journey towards inclusion by special education experts and educationists from N.G.Os and disability sector. Reading material was provided to all participants; Mrs. Narang was a part of this training.
  8. 1st Dec: A poster making competition was organized for students of 6th – 11th classes on topic of “Blood Donation” under the Rotary Blood Bank. 150 students participated and made beautiful posters and slogans which were handed over to the Rotary Blood Bank for judgment and certification. An awareness talk on “Blood Donation” was also organized.
  9. HIV- Aids sessions were conducted in the classes as a part of lifeskills education to create awareness on HIV-Aids, its causes and prevention in order to celebrate the World Aids Day.
  10. Mrs. Narang attended a meeting at India International centre organized by Rotary Blood Bank to plan the proceedings of the Rally on 5th Dec.
  11. 5th Dec: A Rally-Walk was organized by Rotary Blood Bank to promote the cause of Blood Donation at Rajpath. 6000 students from various schools, colleges and NGOs participated. 100 students and 6 teachers from our school took part in the rally with placards, posters and banners promoting blood donation. The rally was flagged off by Chief Guest Montek Singh Ahluwalia from the Planning Commission, WHO chief, Rotarians, ambassadors and dignitaries – Nafisa Ali, Sonal Mansingh, Shovna Narayan.
  12. 10th Dec: 2 of our teachers and 5 students of Class 11th accompanied our Principal Sir to the 2010 Global Human Rights Promotion Award ceremony at India International Centre where he had been nominated for the prestigious award.


World Peace Prayer Day


Date Monday 25th October 2010

Timing 12. 00 o’clock

Venue K.G.HALL


No one can deny the unprecedented l benefit of science and technology, but our basic human problems still remain Thus, it is only logical to try to strike a balance between material developments on the one hand and the development of spiritual, human values on the other. In order to bring about this great adjustment, we need to revive our humanitarian values.


Throughout the world, people have wished for peace on earth. People have lived, dreamed, and worked to make this world a better place to live in.


We at DPS Matura Road are also putting in our bit. Inspired by the words of our first Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru who had once said that, Peace is not merely the absence of war but it is also a state of mind. Peace is not a relationship of nations. It is a condition of mind brought about by a serenity of soul; DPS Mathura Road had organized a World Peace Day in its campus on 25th October 2010.


The World Peace Prayer Society (WPPS), which is a non-sectarian pacifist organization, and an organization that is commonly known through its Peace Pole Project, participated with us in this unique mission.


The event, commenced with a welcome address by Emcee of the school for the function followed with Ganesh Vandana and floral felicitation of the WPPS esteemed members from Japan. After the speech of Shri M.I Hussain, Principal DPS Mathura Road, students of the school presented a Sufi dance performance stating that just like Sufism, whose religion is based on the truth of life, we at DPS Mathura Road also emphasize in our students the attainment of divine love and compassion of the heart through education


The event which saw flag march by 20 school students and the dignitaries concluded with the planting of a Peace Pole that displays the message “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in the language of the country where it has been placed, and usually 3 to 5 additional translations.


Symbolizing the oneness of humanity and our common wish for a world at peace the function reminded everyone present there to think, speak and act in the spirit of peace and harmony.


We are also enclosing a brief about the WORLD PEACE PRAYER SOCIETY for your further information about the event.


The World Peace Prayer Society (WPPS) is a non-sectarian pacifist organization. Its motto is "May Peace Prevail on Earth".


WPPS was founded in 1955 by Masahisa Goi in Japan. The organization is commonly known through its Peace Pole Project.In 1990, the Society was accepted as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in affiliation with the United Nations Department of Public Information.

The Universal Message and Prayer, May Peace Prevail On Earth, was conceived in a moment of great inspiration by Masahisa Goi of Japan.

Since its birth over half a century ago, the simple yet profound words, May Peace Prevail On Earth, has reached deep into the hearts and lives of global citizens everywhere.



The May Peace Prevail On Earth movement is a grassroots global movement to inspire, and re-awaken the inherit consciousness of love, peace and harmony which exists in everyone of us. It is a movement to bring inner peace of mind and to foster peace in the world at large.



The power of May Peace Prevail On Earth lies in its capacity to bring people of various cultures, faith traditions and political ideals together as one united global heart and mind. The Message allows us to sincerely focus on our mutual desire to serve, create and manifest true peace on earth while transcending our differences and celebrating our common humanity.



In the original Japanese version of May Peace Prevail On Earth, the character for 'Earth' includes not only humankind but 'Life in all Realms of Creation'. When we speak the words, May Peace Prevail on Earth imagine that the frequency and energy field of Love, Peace and Harmony reaches the kingdom of plants animals and all of Creation including our solar system, the cosmos and the Universe at large.



The Power of Thought

Thought forms create an energetic field strong enough to empower the course of planetary destiny.


The Power of Words

Words carry vibrations strong enough to inspire, heal and transform the human heart as well as the Kingdom of plants, animals and all creation.


The Power of May Peace Prevail On Earth

May Peace Prevail On Earth is an all inclusive message and prayer. It is a meeting place of the heart bringing together people of all faiths, backgrounds and culture to embrace the Oneness of our planetary family.


Our Mission is Simple

To spread the Universal Peace Message and Prayer, May Peace Prevail On Earth, far and wide to embrace the lands and people of this Earth



A Peace Pole is a monument that displays the message "May Peace Prevail on Earth” in the language of the country where it has been placed, and usually 3 to 5 additional translations. The message is referred to as a peace prayer.


The idea of Peace Poles was first thought up by Masahisa Goi in 1955 in Japan. The Peace Pole Project today is furthered by, The World Peace Prayer Society. The first Peace Poles outside Japan were constructed in 1983.Since then, more than 100,000 have been placed around the world in over 180 countries.


Peace Poles are made of many materials in varying sizes, from tall granite poles to small wooden ones. The text might be carved or etched or painted. In some cases it merely is a plastic sign attached with screws.


Peace Poles have been placed in such notable locations as the North Magnetic Pole, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, and the site of the Egyptian Pyramids in Giza, the Aiki Shrine in Iwama, Japan, as well as numerous community parks. Frequently they are placed near the entrances of churches or schools. In one case, a garden, created for a wedding, was designed around the Peace Pole that was its center piece. The Republic of Molossia, a micronation, has a Peace Pole in eight languages.


Perhaps the world's largest Peace Pole, at 52 feet, is located in Janesville. Another of the largest Peace Poles in the world, as measured in tons, is the granite Peace Pole in Beech Acres Park near Cincinnati, Ohio.


For more details please visit the site of WORLD PEACE PRAYER SOCIETY or click on the link below :


DPS Mathura Road: A Proud Delhi Citizen

Delhi Public School Mathura Road, is the flagship of the DPS fraternity. Six decades ago a group of visionaries lay the seeds of this large family. Deeply rooted in the post independent ethos of the country it had an auspicious birth on its present site in 1949. Time saw it blossom into a training ground for achievers who created history in multifarious fields – from the political arena to the corridors of power, from the creativity of theatre and film to the imaginative world of fashion – DPS nurtured each one , preparing them to fulfill the largeness of their dreams.


Keeping up with the above-mentioned tradition this year again our school students participated in various noted fields. One among them was the spectacular closing ceremony of the19th Common Wealth Games 2010 held in Delhi. There were total 34 students of DPS Mathura Road School and 15 of the Ibtida Shiksha Kendra (school run in the premises of DPS Mathura Road for the underprivileged students) participating for the event whose theme was Global.


The participation in CWG Closing ceremony once again proves that our school not only believes in giving academic knowledge but also trusts the fact that an overall personality of the student nurtures with the involvement in co-curricular activities.


‘Chitrankan 2010’ Interschool Art Competition

Delhi Public School, Mathura Road hosted an interschool art competition ‘CHITRANKAN 2010’ on 29 September 2010 to bring together budding artists from various schools of Delhi and NCR. 32 schools took part in the event which brought forth various art forms through ‘on the spot’ painting competition for classes VI- XII and a competition on tribal art forms like Madhubani and Worli.


Jaano Jaago Jagao

An anti-tobacco campaign was started from 23rd to 30th September 2010 under the project “Design for Social Change”, world’s largest school contest, organized by Director Kiran Bir Sethi, Director-The Riverside School in association with social activist and film actor Rahul Bose.


Through this DPS MATHURA ROAD attempted to cater to the problem of tobacco abuse creating various health problems in the city. Our students were sensitized to generate awareness, understand the socio-economic gap in the society and the needs of the disabled or underprivileged children by exposing them to their problems and unhealthy surroundings they are living in.


A group of 24 students from class VIIIth were selected and trained to carry out this project. Awareness on ill effects of using tobacco (in the form of cigarettes, or chewing) was given to various people in the school at all levels primary, secondary and senior-secondary. Even the forth-class employees including the school-the bus drivers, security guards, in bastis around the school (Sunder Basti and Nizamuddin Basti), NGO’s, and people

visiting the Delhi Zoo as well as Sunder Nagar Market. Our children displayed posters in all these areas, conducted street plays and surveys by using W.H.O ‘s questionnaires on Drug/Tobacco Abuse to generate awareness, and interviewed people on the streets, at the paan waalaa’s (panwaari’s) cigarette selling shops. They also visited the Blind school and conducted interactive sessions with the underprivileged students studying in the Ibtida Shiksha Kendra (an afternoon school running in our school premises only). They also took sessions amongst their peer groups as well in the junior classes such as 6th and 7th to spread awareness and give the message “Say No to Tobacco”.




Munqsmun 2010

Delhi Public School, Mathura Road organised an inter-school Model United Nations in association with the United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan (UNIC) on the 5th and 6th of August, 2010. 15 elite schools of Delhi and NCR participated in this much-awaited event. Keeping pace with the current world politics, the MUNQSMUN 2010 simulated the following 3 committees- The United Nations Security Council (UNSC), the Historical Security Council (HSC) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB).


The agenda of the United Nations Security Council was the expansion of the UNSC with special focus on increasing representation. The UNSC comprised of 16 countries, each country had a double delegation-1 speaker and 1 lobbyist. The UNSC at MUNQSMUN’10 provided the members the chance to have Back Room Negotiations. This unique feature tested the coordination between the members of the team and lend a more competitive edge to the Security Council. This feature of the SC was the very first of its kind in the MUN world and helped the delegates to understand, experience and witness negotiation strategies applied in an actual UNSC.


The Historical Security Council at MUNQS MUN 2010 was simulating Security Council sessions at numerous high points of the Cold War Era- the Cuban Missile Crisis, Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and the Iraq invasion of Kuwait. The design of the committee in simple terms was just like that of a time machine as it included different time periods of the Cold War era. The discussions of the committee was divided into selective themes (of different time periods) and the delegates could enter into different time zones during the conference discussing various important key aspects of the Cold War era.


The Financial Stability Board’s agenda was the current state of the world economy. The FSB was a financial committee comprising of 32 countries, each with a single delegation. The agenda at large was divided into various themes. Each theme had its own financial emergency situation which the delegates had to tackle. Different aspects of the agenda included different themes and each theme had its own crisis. The delegates had to discuss and solve these different situations at large.


MUN conferences provided students with the opportunity of playing the role of diplomats involved in decision-making and conflict resolution at the UN. Students not only learnt about the UN system but also found out about economic, social and environmental issues pertinent in today's world. Students learnt to resolve these problems through negotiation and compromise. They also developed skills of independent research, oration, resolution writing and collaboration. Students also learnt about the conduct of formal meetings and the use of Parliamentary Procedure.




Inter School Language (Arabic & Urdu) Festival 30th & 31st July 2010

Delhi Public School Society and its flagship school Delhi Public School, Mathura Road have completed 60 glorious years in the field of education and holistic growth of young learners. To commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of the school, a plethora of interschool activities covering a wide gamut are being organized.

In an atmosphere of global togetherness languages have acquired a new meaning. Their significance in the growth of individuals and nations is unquestioned. In keeping with this, the school under the aegis of the DPS Society and in association with various cultural centres and Embassies in India, conducted a language learning programmes for students and teachers.

DPS Society hosted an Interschool Arabic & Urdu Festival at DPS Mathura Road on 30th & 31st July 2010. The festival had interschool literary and cultural competitions, a talent show and exhibition showcasing various aspects of Arabic life. The competitions ventured into a variety of creative fields like Calligraphy, Qawaali, Hamd (Naat) recitation, On the Spot Painting and Paragraph Writing.

The finale to the event was a cultural evening at DPS, Mathura Road on Saturday
31st July 2010. The evening began with a welcome address by Shri M.I Hussain ,
Principal DPS Mathura Road. This was followed by a Power point presentation on
the richness of Arabic culture, followed by a Qawaali, Naat, Mushaira and a dance.

H.E Mr. Faisal Hassan Trad, Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to India was our honoured Chief Guest on this momentous occasion. Shri Ashok Chandra, Chairman DPS Society consented to preside over the function. The Guests of Honour for the evening were Shri Pramod Grover, Vice Chairman DPS Society& DPS Mathura Road - Mr. Abdullah Al-Mailam, First Secretary, Embassy of the State of Kuwait, New Delhi - Smt. Kamna Prasad, Founder Jashn-e-Bahar.



Activity Report July 20100

  1. Two students of class VII got the 1st prize and rolling trophy in an ‘ On the spot painting’ competition at Birla Vidya Niketan , New Delhi, under the event ‘SRIJAN’.
  2. DPS Mathura Road participated in an inter school English debate for classes XI-XII, organized by Birla Vidya Niketan. Our head girl Aashna Mehra got the 2nd prize in the ‘Individual speaker’ category and we won the overall trophy.
  3. Our school participated in an Interschool Maths and Science competition for classes VII- X organized by Don Bosco School , New Delhi. We won the `1st prize in cyber quiz and 2nd prize in Eureka “ Science Quiz”. DPS Mathura Road won the Trophy.
  4. DPS Mathura Road has taken part in a ‘Physics Symposium- Cyclotron 2010” organized by Modern School , Barakhamba Road. The event saw the participation of by more than 1500 students from all over Delhi and we won the Overall Trophy.
  5. The zonal round of Inter DPS Quiz for Delhi and NCR was organized by DPS Rohini under the aegis of DPS Society. Pranav Gupta and R.Praneeth of class XII secured the second position and were awarded a trophy.
  6. The Dr. Vidya Topa Memorial Hindi debate was held at Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, New Delhi on 4 August 2010 in which our school won the 2nd prize in the Individual speaker category.

Earth Day CelebrationsDelhi Public School, Mathura Road, New Delhi held a Special Assembly to mark the 41st Earth Day on 22 April, 2010. Shri Rajendra Mehta, Advisor, Environment and Education, Ministry of Environment and Forest, Govt. of India, was the Chief Guest at the occasion. Shri. Pramod Grover, Vice Chairman of the DPS Society was the Guest of Honour.

The occasion was also graced with the presence of several other eminent personalities actively involved in spreading awareness about environmental problems and issues – Dr. T. Meinya, Senior MP of Manipur, Shri. T. Samphel, member of the Tribal Committee, Dr. H.T. Sangliana, Vice Chairman of the Minority Commission, Govt. of India, Sardar Harcharan Singh Josh, former member of the Minority Commission and Shri Virender Kataria, senior statesman and former parliamentarian, Padmashree Dr. K.K. Agarwal, senior cardiologist and President of the Heart Care Foundation, Dr. Sudesh Ratan, Vice President of the Delhi Medical Association, Dr. Sanjay Sood, President of the Indian Medical Association (Delhi Branch), Kathak guru Jitendra Maharaja, prominent Kathak dancers Ms. Kamalini and Ms. Nalini.

The theme of this year’s Earth Day celebrations was the ‘Green Generation’. It emphasised the need for the youth of today, the ‘earth warriors’, to participate actively in protecting the earth.

The morning began on a divine note with a Havan and a performance of the Ganesh Vandana by the students of the middle school. The lighting of the lamp was truly auspicious with the school choir singing in praise of God’s most beautiful creation – Mother Earth.

The Principal, Shri. M.I. Hussain, welcomed and felicitated the guests. He spoke about the need for schemes which focus on the welfare of children from the marginalized sections of the society. He stressed upon the varied threats to the environment and the youth movement against environmental degradation.


Padmashree Dr. K.K. Agarwal encouraged the students to carry forward this ‘green message’ with them wherever they went. Shri R. Mehta referred to these occasions as reminders of the greater cause of environmental degradation and called for a continuous effort on behalf of everyone to protect the planet.

The musical skit ‘Srishti and me’ by the pre-primary wing, ‘Prarthana’ performed by the junior school students as well as an ode to Maa Jagdamba, Mother Earth, in the form of a beautiful dance performance by the Ibtida Shiksha Kendra students presented a visual delight for the audience. A lyrical performance called ‘Vasudha Ke Aangan Mein’ by the senior school students depicted a paradise on earth where all of God’s creations – plants, birds, rivers, man and woman, coexisted in harmony. A fashion show showcasing clothes designed from waste materials showed how recycling can be trendy. The school band, Inkspil, had the crowd swaying to a self composed song called Resurrection.

The proceedings ended with a pledge, administered by Shri. Pramod Grover, Vice Chairman of the DPS Society, to the students, to respect nature and care for it. The Vice Principal, Shri B.K. Lamba, delivered the vote of thanks to all the esteemed guests for their inspired presence and motivation.

Inter-School Music And Dance Festival ‘Madhurayan’Delhi Public School Mathura Road witnessed another cultural event in the form of the ‘Madhurayan’ in its Diamond Jubilee year where students from 21 schools competed in a variety of dance, vocal and instrumental music.

The event was given an auspicious start with the lighting of the lamp by the distinguished guests and an opening duet dance performance, an Invocation to God, performed by the students of class 12. The Principal, Shri M.I. Hussain gave his blessings and addressed the gathering. He also highlighted the importance of dance as an extra-curricular activity and the introduction of the new CCE system..


The honored judges for the occasion were Smt. Sangeeta Chatterjee, empanelled artist of ICCR and Smt. Somali from the Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Govt. of India. Pt. Bholanath Misra an eminent classical vocalist from the Banaras Gharana and Smt. Veena Pahari, Programme Executive Director of AIR and Shri Kedarnath ji, a renowned tabla player.

‘Mayuri’, the classical dance competition proved to be a showcase of talent of the young stars of India as they set the stage on fire with their energetic, mesmerizing performances. ‘Anjuman’, the vocal music competition was a great success and the standards set by the young students were very high. The judges appreciated the different forms of singing. ‘Anunad’, the instrumental music competition provided a platform to showcase the talent of the students in mastering the art of playing different instruments like the flute, sarod, tabla, sitar and the harmonium.

The event came to a close with the results being declared and Prakriti Gupta from DPS Rohini taking the first prize while Chetna from DPS Mathura Road stood second and Sukriti Sharma, DPS Vasant Kunj, showing her great spirit and talent, came third. In the vocal music category, Diwakar Sharma of Sa Re Gama fame stood first, Arushi Khanna, Birla Vidya Niketan came second and Harjot Kaur of Salwan Public School was declared third. In the instrumental music category, Bhaskarnath on the flute was adjudged the winner while Aniket Chaturvedi, DPS Mathura Road also on the flute came second and Ayush Gupta of G.D. Goenka on the sarod secured the third position. The overall trophy went to DPS Mathura Road.

Education New Zealand Inter School T- 20 Cricket TournamentDDPS Mathura Road defeated DPS R.K.Puram by 24 runs to win the title of the “Education New Zealand Inter School T-20 Cricket Tournament.”

DPS Mathura Road batting first scored 196 for 4 wickets. DPS R.K.Puram chasing the target of 197 scored 172 for 7 wickets in 20 over.

Pawan Negi of DPS Mathura Road who scored115 was declared the “Man of the Match” as well as “man of the Tournament All Rounder”

Mr. John Wright, Former Indian Coach, was the Chief Guest and gave away the prizes.

Kathak Dance Recital by Smt. Uma SharmaOn 13 April 2010, the students and staff of DPS Mathura Road witnessed a Kathak dance recital by the renowned artist Sushri. Uma Sharma. The event was held under the auspices of Spic Macay as a part of the ongoing Fest Series 2010.


The Principal Mr. M.I. Hussain extended a warm welcome to the incredible dancer Sushri. Uma Sharma who has regained for Kathak its old glory and restored to it the lost frontiers of poetry and the tradition of abhinaya. She emphasized that dance without expression is a dead dance.


She has revolutionized the repertoire of this classical form by enriching it with literacy and intellectual substance by drawing upon and interpreting the works of the great poets of our country from ancient to modern time like Ghalib, Kaifi Azmi, "Neeraj", Harivansh Rai Bacchan, Tagore, Kalidas and Meera.


Sushri. Uma Sharma has performed all over the country and participated in many international festivals. She has been on performance tours to USSR, New Zealand , Australia, USA, Canada, Middle East, Japan and China. She has also won the prestigious National Awards such as the Padma Bhushan, Padma Shree, the Sangeet Natak Academy Award and the Sahitya Kala Parishad Award.


The dance proved to be a mesmerizing experience for all those who witnessed it, infused with rich culture and aesthetics. Dance devoid of expression lacks in its ability to break the codes of cultural barriers. Moreover, her dance was encoded with poetry that posses the power of articulation in the most subtle forms imaginable..


Smt. Kusum Kathuria, Vice Principal, rendered the vote of thanks.


Inter School Quiz Competition on Germany - Zonal RoundOn 16th Dec’09 DPS Gr. Noida hosted the Inter School Quiz Competition –Zonal Round under the aegis of DPS Society and Goethe Institute known as Max Mueller Bhavan in India .The Quiz was revolving around the culture & heritage, politics, famous Personalities ,History ,Geography of Germany.

The Quiz comprised of three rounds .The first round was the Preliminary Round, which was a written round .15 Schools participated in this event (like DPS Noida, DPS Gr.Noida, DPS Indrapuram, DPS Mathura Road, DPS Dadri, DPS Bareilly, DPS Mathura Refiniry and also non-DPS schools like Amity International, Lotus Valley )out of which only eight got a chance to participate in the second round and DPS Mathura Road was one of them to qualify for the second round.

The beginning was not that easy as they had a ti e-up with two other schools to clear the first round and finally by clearing the tie breaker round they paved their way to the second round.

Shaurya Kumar of Class IX F and Bhakti Irene Seth of Class IX H with the help of the German teacher Mrs. Dilma had prepared themselves for the Quiz competition and represented DPsS Mathura Road.

Out of the eight schools only four schools went ahead to the final zonal round and DPS Mathura road made it to the final round. They lost the winner’s trophy with a difference of a single point and bagged the first runner up title in the final round.

Each of the students were awarded with Rs 4000 worth gift voucher which was an achievement in itself.


Social Service Report (March – May 2009)

65 students of IXth and XIth classes (present Xth & XIIth) volunteered as writers for the blind and the Dyslexic students of different schools for different subjects in the board exam during this month.

Life Skills awareness programme for XIIth class students was carried out through interactive sessions on substance Abuse and HIV Aids. Role plays on peer pressure and effects of smoking, alcohol, Drugs were prepared by students. Pamphlets from UNODC and ‘I Decide’ badges were distributed to students for reference & reward in the Life Skills period.

HIV Aids awareness and Life skills sessions/workshops were conducted by the Counsellors Mrs. Narang and Ms. Astha alongwith peer educators for 3 sections of 8th A, E and F using interactive talks, role plays, case studies and pamphlets/handouts given by UNODC.

Our counselors and peer educators attended the citation ceremony of the Peer educators’ orientation course (comprising of 4 workshops) at the Science Centre. They gave a 5 minute presentation on Life Skills in class rooms and were awarded certificates and badges for their active participation and training by Expressions India under Dr. Jintender Nagpal.

Exam Help Line – A 24 x 7 hr. helpline has been initiated by our school for board class students under the guidance of eminent psychiatrist Dr. Samir Parikh of Max Hospital. Our 3 counsellors attended to the queries of students related to stress and subject difficulties and are further referred/directed to a panel of subject experts to clarify their doubts. This exam helpline has proved very useful in distressing our students.

A workshop on “Exam and Study Skills” was conducted for 200 students of class X – A,B,C and D sections using resource material from Max Healthcare under Dr. Samir Parikh and Expressions India headed by Dr. Jitender Nagpal. Our peer educators conducted workshop through powerpoint presentation, film on exam stress and ways of copying it, and CBSE subject tips by experts.

Workshop on “Exam and Study Skills” was conducted for 100 students of Class X – E and F sections by our peer educators and teacher facilitator Mrs. Sangeeta Narang.

A workshop on “Substance Abuse” awareness was conducted for 100 students of classes VII – A and B sections by peer educators of class XII using the resource material from UNODC, case studies, film on ‘Effects of smoking’ by Shiv Khera, role plays and distribution of pamphlets and ‘I Decide’ badges to the students. This workshop was also attended by the German Delegates during their visit to the school and our peer educators were appreciated for their presentations.

A CNDP (Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace) meeting was organized at Indian Social Institute for CNDP member schools. Mrs. Narang and 4 students from classes VIII – XI attended the meeting to discuss the future peace activities to be held in every school. Interactive talks and activities on peace were conducted by senior CNDP members along with screening of films. Prof. Achin Vanaik, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Delhi University conducted a session on “Terrorism and how to overcome it”.

45 students of class IX – A visited the Blind School and interacted with blind students involved in various vocations – candle making, paper bag making, call centre, technical unit, etc. and bought the things made by them. It was a great learning experience for them.

6 of our students and Mrs. Narang took part in a conference on ‘Child Abuse’ at India International Centre organized jointly by NGOs CHETNA, PLAN INDIA and NCPCR. Our students posed a variety of questions to the NCPCR Chairman Shantha Sinha and Sandhya Bajaj on issues of Child Rights and Child Protection. Our students received 1st Prize, 3rd Prize and Consolation Prize in Essay Writing Competition on Child Abuse with 100 students participating in it and a book containing their essays was released and sent to all the schools.

Life Skills Awareness ProgrammeThe students in their soft skills period were imparted awareness on growing up changes in adolescents, healthy lifestyle, child abuse, newspaper reviews, media literacy, First Aid and Hygiene, gender equality, tobacco addiction and its harmful effects, patriotism and exam & study skills. Meditation was an important part to curb the hyper activity, aggression and indiscipline in classes.

2.5.09 & 3.5.09
Mrs. Narang attended the National Seminar on “Aggression and Violence in Schools” and “Positive Discipline in the Classrooms” organized by Indian Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health in collaboration with Expressions India headed by Dr. Nagpal at National Science Centre. A summary report of seminar is attached.

A workshop on “Learning Disability Problems and Solutions” was organized for parents of children of learning disability from Nursery XII. Dr. Jitender Nagpal, eminent Psychiatrist from Moolchand Medcity and Vimhans along with Special Educator Pooja Aggarwal from Child Guidance Centre “NURTURE” were resource persons. It was attended by 35 parents. Our Principal Sir also addressed the parents about the role of parents and teachers in effective handling of children with special needs. It was an interactive session and queries of parents were attended by Counsellors and Experts.

Special Achievements in Social Work and Adolescent health
  • Life skills awareness programme was carried for all children from 6th-12th classes to inculcate soft skills, basic etiquettes, health & hygiene habits, classroom cleanliness, study skills, anger management and growing up issues were discussed.
  • Workshops & Seminars on obesity and Diabetes management, HIV Aids awareness, substance abuse awareness (under UNODC Project) and mental health issues .e.g. stress management.
  • A 24 hr. exam helpline was started for board students to get counseling for their subject related queries and stress & anxiety management. Parents were also consulted.
  • Workshops for parents of children with learning disabilities from classes 6th-12th were carried by eminent psychiatrists and special educators to provide guidance to parents to tackle their children’s academic and behavoural problems. Children were referred to Max Specialty hospital and Moolchand Medcity for assessment and counseling.
  • Our social service programmes have enabled our students to help the blind, cancer patients, orphans, aged and slum children. Our 500 students acted as writers for blind in board exam. They also wrote exams for Dyslexic students.
  • Our students are editors of children’s newspaper ‘Yamuna’ of Gandhi Smriti, peace newsletter of CNDP, child abuse NGO Chetna’s newsletter. The media literacy is encouraged and developed in students.

Itihaas – Walk to Chandni ChowkOur school organized an educational walk to Chandni Chowk in collaboration with ITIHAAS (Indian Traditional and Heritage society) on 27.3.09 for class XII. This walk through one of the oldest roads, in living history opened a window to the old world, where our heritage stood with all its grandeour and glamour. History is still a part of each nook and corner and every building, mosque, haveli that stands on this busy and bustling road and each has an amazing story to tell.

Old Delhi has a history of resilience. Plundered & destroyed several times, the city always returned to its cultural sophistication, intellectual sensitivity and commercial buoyancy - Chandni Chowk is the heart of city.

Walking through Ballinmaran was like reliving history as on both sides we saw shops selling artifact, bangles and itar, some of them even trace their origin to the times of the Mughal Kings! However, the most fascinating experience was visiting the purana haveli of the 19th century poet Mirza Ghalib whose poetry seems reverberating through the walls of this haveli even today.

Itihaas believe that it is the people who are the real carrier of culture and heritage and not just monuments. Hence, our walk culminated with our visit to Fatehpuri Masjid, where our students interacted Dr. Mufti M Ahmad, the Bade Imaan Sahib of this mosque. He sensitized the children of the importance of communal peace and harmony in a violent, turbulent world today often filled with misconceptions created either by the media or other disruptive forces. He emphatically talked about pluralism and communal harmony which have always been characteristic and uniqueness of our society. He further added how we need to be inspired by history to strengthen Indians secular ideas and strive towards bringing peace into the world.

On the 25th of March 2009, a fascinating trip was organized by the ITIHAAS society to the historical road of Chandni Chowk-one of the oldest straight roads in the world. It was the most integral part of the ancient city of Shahjananbad, with Fatehpur Mosque and the Red fort on the either of its sides. First, the students were taken to Town Hall. Built by the British, it was the signed of their superiority over the Indians. Then we were taken to the Haveli of Lala Chunnamal, a Hindu Businessman who was the richest money lender of the 19th century. The gigantic 120 rooms Palace mesmerized all of us. Next destination was Mirza Ghalib’s Haveli the Urdu poet who needs no introduction. Finally, we visited the Fatehpur Mosque, where the Imaam Saheb, obliged the curious students and answered their queries. His golden words were a source of inspiration for all of us. Time passed swiftly and we didn’t realise that the trip had ended. However, in a short span we learned a lot about our own, undiscovered city. Such trips, remind us that we are blessed with a rich heritage and culture and hence we could look forward to more frequent such visits.

Minet 2009
Minet 2009 was held 8th August 2009 at Mother’s International School in Aurobindo Marg. The school secured overall rolling trophy, which had previously been won by RK Puram for the last 3 years.

The list of Winners is as follows:
S. No. Event Position Participant Class
1. Programming 1st Ayush Chaudhry
Aman Verma
2. Group Discussion 1st Kabir Chugh XI J
3. Surprise Event 1st Arzlan Siddiqui X
4. Digital Imaging 2nd Devesh Singh XI B
5. Quiz 2nd Akshay Kumar
Karmanya Aggarwal
6. Web Design 3rd Ankit Vadehra
Pritesh Gupta

Teachers Day

The much awaited Teachers Day Celebrations were finally held on 14th October 2009. The function was organized and conducted by Class XII students under the guidance of the Prefectorial Body.

The proceedings began with the lighting of the lamp by the Principal,
Vice-Principals and the Headmistress as an auspicious start to the festival of Diwali. The programme conducted by the Head Boy, Uday Singh Rana, Head Girl, Vanshika Singh, Vice-Head Boy, Varun Gupta, Vice-Head Girl, Nivedita Rao, Shirin Rai Gupta and Isra was a very enjoyable presentation.

Besides the rip-roaring comic act presented by the Head Boy, the highlights were the presentation of titles to the teachers by the students. With the Principal Mr. M.I.Hussain being called the Super Hero of the School, other teachers were felicitated with titles as varied as Ms Perfect Ten to Dream Girl and Task Master.

The function concluded with a fitting finale of a medley of foot tapping and colourful dances.

Valedictory Function
A function to bid fare well to the visiting German students and teachers of JSG, Karlstadt, Germany was organized on 19th November 2009 and attended by the host students and their parents.

Gracing the occasion was Mr. Ashok Chandra, Chairman Delhi Public School Society.

The proceedings began with a musical rendition by the Senior School choir. In his welcome address the Principal Mr. M.I. Hussain welcomed the Chief Guest, the German students, teachers and parents of the host students. A floral presentation was also given to them.

He spoke about the successful completion of the first Indo-German exchange program and thanked all the students and teachers who helped in making it a success.

Mr. Ashok Chandra complimented the visiting delegation at having imbibed the Indian way of life so successfully and hoped for the success of more such Indo German exchange programs.

A report on the three week program was presented by the host students along with humorous instances of how the visitors adapted to the Indian culture and lifestyle.

Various projects done by the students under the guidance of teachers were also showcased with powerpoint presentations.

A juggling act by a German student was indeed the highlight of the function.

The proceedings concluded with the visitors singing an ‘Ode to Joy’ both in English as well as German languages. The teachers expressed their gratitude to their hosts by presenting flowers to the Chairman, Principal, Vice Principal and teachers.

The Chairman, on behalf of DPS Mathura Road also presented certificates and souvenirs to the German studentsand teachers.

The function concluded with the vote of thanks given by Vice-Principal Mrs. Kusum Kathuria.

Creativity Day

The comprehensive development being rendered at our school was celebrated in the form of the annual extravaganza – Creativity Day on 28th November 2007. The event, organized under the keen guidance of Mrs. Poonam Gupta, witnessed a wide spectrum of talent & flair & provided a platform to student of classes VI-IX to showcase their skills. Shri Ashok Chandra, Chairman DPS Society, graced the event as the honorable chief guest.

Students belonging to various activities presented exhibits of things learnt throughout the year.

Green Crusaders (Environment Club)
The Environment Club put up a great exhibition, which offered a plethora of new things such as tribal dance, BMI calculation, face painting and an eco-friendly ramp show. They also threw light on the various environmental concerns of the day.

The chief guest appreciated the efforts made by the club to inculcate among the students, a sense of responsibility towards the environment.

Electric Gadgets
The chief guest was elated to see the spectacular array of gizmos and gadgets made by the students. He encouraged the students to develop a scientific temperament.

Scinamite 2007 (Science Club)
The students of the Science club put on display various awe-inspiring models that impressed the chief guest with their scientific approach.

An energetic show of moves was put up by the students learning Karate that drew a hearty applause from all.

The Yoga students presented splendid yogic postures that were quite helpful and educated others about the benefits of Yoga.

The young girls showcased their competence with a perfect blend of flexibility and grace.

Philately & Numismatics
The students displayed a collection of coins & stamps from umpteenth eras and countries that vowed all.

Needle Work
The chief guest appreciated the intricate embroidery and sundry stitch work presented by the students.

Interior Decoration
The pieces of decoration put on display were simply beautiful.
The chief guest appreciated the unique style of decoration reflected by the artifacts.

AstroFair (Astronomy Club)
The stall of the Astronomy Club was enlightening. It displayed various models and demonstrations that gave everyone a chance to explore the universe beyond the known.

Mushaira Jashn-E-Bahar (Urdu Club)
The ‘Mushaira’ organized by the Urdu Club paid a tribute to the almost forgotten poets of Delhi, whose couplets inspired an era.

The students spoke several heart-warming ‘Shers’ that impressed everyone present.

Creative Expressions
The splendorous pieces of art displayed in this stall were plain mesmerizing.
Mr. Chandra was impressed by the artistic inclination of the students.

Wood Work & Photography
The variety of wooden sculptures and photographs was adequate to leave the chief guest spellbound. Their diverse skills were appreciated.

Personality Development
Personality Development students had put their full efforts to present a distinguished stall. They presented a model office meeting & eating etiquettes along with the correct manner of dressing for formal occasions.

Social Service Club
The stall of the Social Service Club tried to draw the attention of all towards various social concerns such as – Obesity, AIDS, Drug Abuse etc. they conveyed their message through charts, posters and a Nukkad Natak titled ‘Yuva’. The street play or the Nukkad Natak was an eye opener for the youth indulging in hazardous activities.

Tasty Bites
The students had made efforts to present a myriad of healthy dishes drawn from various cuisines of different countries.

As the model airplanes made by the students took off, everyone was left with no choice but to gaze in utter amazement. The model aircrafts redefined aero - technology in their own way.

In the chief guest’s words, ‘Creativity Day stalls were exhilarating. I enjoyed watching the Nukkad Natak. The stalls of Electrical Gadgets and Tasty bites were quite impressive.’

Extensive groundwork, planning & preparations are required for an event of this magnitude. The event was greeted with much zeal by the students and the teachers.

To showcase a massive hidden talent was the aim of Creativity Day and the aim was well achieved.
All in all, Creativity Day 2007 was a roaring success that has left everyone pining for Creativity Day 2008!


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