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School Events

  Title : Failure without the loss of enthusiasm, begets ultimate success

A Hindi Declamation Competition was organized for the students of Class VI on November 3, 2016, on the theme Asafalta Hi Safalta Ki Sidhi Hai. It was overwhelming to observe wonderful participation by the students. The budding orators spellbound all the spectators with their mind-luring speeches wherein they cited illustrations from the lives of icons like Abraham Lincoln, Robert Clive and Bill Gates. The participants, with their power of speech, successfully established the role of the failure in begetting success, and their diligent efforts were praised by the jury. The contest proved to be an inspirational learning experience for both, the speakers as well as the listeners.

  Title : Fire mock drill - ensuring safety

We cannot stop natural disaster but we can arm ourselves with knowledge; so many lives wouldn?t have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness. 

- Petra Nemcona

In continuation with the exercise to create awareness among the students about disaster management a fire mock drill was conducted for the students and teachers of the school on 2 November 2016. A group of fire fighters from Fire safety Management Academy, Rohini, headed by station officer Kaushal Kishore armed with necessary paraphernalia required for the fighting and rescue operations positioned themselves at various points to demonstrate to the children various techniques to tackle fire accidents.

The station officer explained and demonstrated different improvised methods being followed to rescue and evacuate people caught in such emergency situations besides explaining the ways to operate fire extinguishers and use first aid techniques. They also enriched the students about the scientific principles and logics behind extinguishing fire while demonstrating instruments like curtain branch,  UK branch, extension ladder and electric fire foams. 

  Title : Bhai Dooj Celebration

Students of Modern public school, Shalimar Bagh felt blessed and privileged to tilak the police personnel posted at Ashok Vihar and Shalimar Bagh Police Stations on the occasion of Bhai Dooj on 1 November 2016.

The Superintendent Head of Police and other office bearers were overwhelmed when the children put a Tilak and prayed for their well being , long life and prosperity. Students felt so special when the police officers showered their love and blessings by offering traditional sagan in form of cash.

This exposure enabled the students to value the indispensable role the Police plays in enabling the masses to enjoy festivals with great pomp and show. The students were apprised of the fact that these saviours of the nation, who work day in and out for our safety , hardly get any opportunity to celebrate and enjoy festivals with their near and dear ones .

Thus , this gesture left a deep imprint of reverence not only in the souls of these patriots but also in the hearts of Modernities.

  Title : Centre Level Children Science Congress 2016

It was a matter of exuberance and pride as our school hosted Centre Level Children Science Congress on Thursday October 27, 2016. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Sinha, General Secretary, NCSC and Mr. Chhikhara, Head of Office, Science Centre Number - 1 were the guests of honour. The event witnessed the participation of over 20 teams in senior category and 10 teams in Junior category from various schools of repute.

Program commenced with the floral welcome of the guests followed by a cultural extravaganza. Our students also participated in both the categories and successfully qualified for the state level. It was a privilege to host such a reputable event for the entire Modern Public School fraternity.

  Title : Modernites participated in Anti Cracker Rally

The Department of Environment Government of NCT, Delhi organized an Anti Fire Cracker Campaign at Central Park Connaught Place, Delhi on 27 November 2016. The theatre group of Modern Public School Chetna presented a street play on the theme Patakhon ka Bavandar to educate the masses on the hazardous effects of lighting crackers. The students through their stupendous acting acumen, delivered the message of celebrating Eco-friendly and Safe Diwali. Sh. Imran Hussainji, the Minister of Environment highly appreciated the sincere efforts put in by the school and the students to bring awareness on the urgent need to bring compatibility between quality of life and quality of environment. The efforts of the students to provide environmental education and impart desirable environment ethics in the society, was successful. 

  Title : Cheers To Festivity

Festival of light that enhances every heart was celebrated with much fervor and gaiety on October 28, 2016. A special assembly was organized for classes II to XII to acquaint  the students on the true meaning of this festival. The young brigade of this listened with rapt attention to a heart rendering speech on its relevance. Followed by a mesmerizing song on this occasion. To take the celebration further, Madam Principal Ms Alka Kapur showered her blessings on the children with the distribution of chocolates. Everyone felt overwhelmed with the token of cone and mouth watering treat by Madam. The day witnessed a bonanza through a variety of events for classes Preschool to IX. The creative minds showcased their talents by making embellished Lantern, Diya, Paper Rangoli and Paper bandharwar. The entire premise was filled with hues of variance and delight.

  Title : Let us fill air with love, not with smoke

A grand Anti-Cracker rally was commemorated by the students and faculty members of Modern Public School on October 25, 2016. The chief guest, Dr. B.C Sabat, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Delhi Government, was invited to encourage students to celebrate Eco-Friendly Diwali. Madam Principal Ms. Alka Kapoor welcomed the chief guest and in her address shared her deep notion to renounce not just crackers but every vice that harms the nature and mankind. Several renowned schools including DL DAV Shalimar Bagh, Jaspal Kaur Public School, Mount Abu Public School and other prestigious institutions joined our school for the noble campaign. The young reformers of the society came at front with their banners, placards and posters and took the endeavour onto streets. A short but very informative Nukkad Natika was enacted in the proximity area to promote pollution free Diwali. The initiative proved to be successful and enlightening as it revived people?s perception of conventional Diwali celebration.

  Title : World Polio Day

Modern Public School observed  October 24, 2016 as World Polio Day at Hindu College where 30 students along with two teachers (Ms. Ritu Sharma and Ms. Taruna Arora) participated in creating a formation of Polio Free India in a mega event organized by India National Polio Plus Committee of Rotary International and Rotary Districts 3011 and 3012.

The programme apprised the students with the importance of World Polio Day which is observed every year to commemorate the birth of Dr. Jones Salk who led the first team to develop a vaccine against polio. The programme also helped to sensitize the students that though India has been free of Polio for the last five years but there is still a need to continue the support for Polio eradication. The historic event was witnessed by more than 6000 children along with top brass of Rotary, WHO, UNICEF and Ministry of Health. The students felt proud to be the part of such a prestigious event.


With an endeavour to make the students know the aims and achievements of the United Nations Organisation, United Nations Day was celebrated on October 24, 2016. The students of classes IX to XI showcased their views on its diversity in the form of a video recording. The presentation was aired in all the classes. The students were enlightened about the significance of this day. It was indeed an enriching experience for one and all.

  Title : Innovative Ideas Brought to the Fore Front

In order to make children aware of uses of waste material and to give them a lesson on reducing waste to save our future, A Best Out of Waste activity was organized for the students of class IX on October 14, 2016. They prepared different items like wall hangings, pen stands, photo frames etc which they embellished using wide varieties of decorative like ribbon, mirrors, newspapers, sequins, bangles etc. The activity helped the students to not only enhance their aesthetic skills but they also created mind blowing, beyond expectation ideas. It was a skillful display of their creativity.


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