Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated with glory and delight by the Modernites.
The entire school paid tribute to the legend through Raghu-Natika and the enchanting song ?Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram?. Gandhi Ji?s thoughts and vision of selflessness, self-sacrifice, self-reliance
and Ram-Rajya were showcased through the show. The
students also paid tribute to India?s second Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur
Shastri whose contribution to the Indian political system and his policies for
the empowerment of women were remembered through a speech. A dance performance
showcasing the might of Maa Durga was
also one of the finest highlights of the function. The celebration culminated
with a vote of thanks and a motivating speech by the Director Academics Ms.
Geeta Sehgal who, in her address, advised the students to pursue the values and
principles of Mahatma Gandhi in their lives. Students were given deep insight
of his life which encouraged them to adapt his belief that humanity is God?s
Title : Spirit of Swachh Bharat reverberated
With an aim to uphold and fulfill
Mahatma Gandhis vision of clean India, Modernites took a pledge to ensure that
they endeavour to the best of their capacity to see India clean and green. The
Modernites pledged that they would denote 100 hours every year towards the
cause of cleanliness. The awareness was also created towards maintenance of
hygiene and be committed to public health. The Modernites also raised the toast
to celebrate the accomplishment of zero waste school. Affirmations by the
students stamped the vision of the Honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi
to make India SWACHH by 2019.
Title : Japanese Day 2106
It was a proud and happy
day for Modern Public School, as we the modernites celebrated the Japanese day
today in our school. We all celebrate and cherish our own country, seldom do we
celebrate other countries and their culture but we at MPS truly aspire to
become global citizens. A wonderful show was put up by the students of class V
for the same. Our Director Academics, Mrs. Sehgal, Mrs. Gumber and Mrs. Manjeet graced the occasion with their gracious presence. After
welcoming our eminent guests, children performed a mesmerizing Japanese dance,
followed by a sports show and cartoon show. Students depicting the king and
queen of Japan addressed the assembly. This was not all. Students of class V,
had made scrumptious dishes of Japan and displayed it in food stalls. They also
organised some interesting Japanese games for the children. Stalls giving
information about the culture, disaster and business of Japan were also there.
Everybody enjoyed the show and our honourable guest, Mrs.Sehgal congratulated
all the children and teachers of class V for the efforts they had put in.
Title : Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with us.....
Our School believes in building conscientious, global
citizens of the world in whom values of peace, harmony, empathy and
non-violence are deeply ingrained. Keeping this in mind, International Peace
Day was celebrated in the school on 21 September 2016. As a part of this
endeavor students of classes pre-school to V participated in vast array of
activities that sensitized them about non-violence, hope, unity and brought them
closer to a more peaceful world.
The students made impressive logos dedicated to the ideals of peace. They
enthusiastically participated in word games wherein they had to search the word
peace. The enchanting of OM conveyed the social message of world peace among
all. They sang various songs on peace. Tree plantation drive was also carried
out to promote harmony and finer attributes of empathy and understanding
towards nature. There was a special address on the occasion wherein the
students were apprised about the International day of peace and its importance
and objectives. The day culminated with the pledge to promote peace across the
Title : Teachers Day Celebration
A teacher is a compass
that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge and wisdom in the pupils.
To commemorate the birthday of Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan
and to thank the hardworking teachers of the school, Modern public school celebrated
Teachers Day on 5 September 2016.
A cultural show was put up which included Ganesh Vandana,
exuberant and vibrant dance performance and a melodious Qawwali . The cultural
programme was feast to the eyes. The chief head boy and chief head girl, Harshit
Jain and Ananya Mittal respectively, paid a rich tribute to show their
gratitude towards teachers by their overwhelming speech. The day gave a chance
to the students of class XII to step into the shoes of their teachers and to
understand the hard work put in by them.
The students also listened to the live speech of Hon.
President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee wherein he enlightened the students on Indian
The teachers had a fun filled and a memorable day at Taj Gateway Resort, Damdama on 4 September
wherein they had a sumptuous lunch.
It was a refreshing experience for all the teachers and they
felt motivated and honoured for the special treatment meted out to them.
Title : Awareness Camp on Dental Hygiene
The Emptor Club of the school organized an awareness camp on
the occasion of Parent Teachers Meeting on 27th August 2016. The
objective was to sensitize the students, parents and the society at large about
dental care and various general ways to maintain a healthy smile. They were
also familiarized with some quick remedies to get relief from dental problems.
The efforts of the students were highly appreciated.
Title : Debates and Divergence of views enriches us as an individual
In an endeavour to
promote this idea , Hindi Debate competition was organized for students of
class VIII on 30 August 2016. Students presented their views in favour and
against the motion on the topic खर्चोंमेंकटौती,बुद्धिमत्तायाकंजूसी. The idea was to enforce communication
skills and enhance personal expression of participants. It was indeed a fruitful effort to promote
critical thinking and creativity amongst students. This activity promoted development
of skills and knowledge that will help the debaters become elite and
future-ready students. The result of the activity is as follows:
Title : Janmashtami Celebration
The school wore a festive look as it celebrated Janmashtami, the birth of Lord Krishna with great fervour. The morning saw the entire school submerged in the wave of dignity and spirituality. Students sang and danced on the devotional tunes. There was merriment all over.
Title : Visit to President House
Team MPS visited Honourable President of India on the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
Title : Saluting the Spirit of India..Independence Day Celebrations
A special assembly was held in
the school on 12 August 2016 to mark the 70th year of freedom from
the British Rule. The programme commenced with the unfurling of the Tricolour
by the honourable Principal. This was followed by pledge taking ceremony by
Harshit Jain of class XII.
The School choir presented a
patriotic song which lent an aura of National pride and filled the air with
Nationalistic zeal and enthusiasm. The thought provoking and inspirational
speech by Amisha Thukral of class X awakened everyone's feelings towards the
The celebrations culminated with
the motivational address by the honourable Principal wherein she urged the
students follow the path shown by our historical leaders and advised them to work towards liberating India from
the clutches of evils like poverty, corruption, literacy and terrorism.