MPS Featured in Forbes India Marquee Edition THE GREAT INDIAN SCHOOLS - 2018

School Events

  Title : Installation Ceremony Interact Club

Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress and working together is success.

The school organized the Annual Installation Ceremony of Interact Club on 25 August 2018. It witnessed a plethora of cultural events. The chief guest of the event was Rtr. Vivek Sardana, Director New Generation along with Rtr. Ankur and alumnus Vishal Jain and Sakshi Anand. The event was followed by the collaring of the newly appointed president Drishti Kumar along with Nitya Arora as the fourth consecutive zone interact representative chosen from our school. The new team of board of directors was also chosen. The guests concluded the session by enlightening and motivating the new team leaders as well as members about the importance of interaction and the need of social service.

  Title : Raksha Bandhan Band Making

Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion to celebrate the bond of love between a brother and a sister. It is the deepest and noblest of all human emotions. To celebrate this festival a Raksha Bandhan Band Making activity was organized for the students of classes II and III on 24 August 2018 (Friday). Students made beautiful bands using different articles like silken thread, ribbon and various decorative materials. Their creativity was quite fascinating. The activity was enjoyed thoroughly by one and all.

  Title : Clean India-a better India

The scholars of class IV had an informative yet entertaining session during a Create Your Ad competition held for them on 21.08.2018 (Tuesday). The interhouse programme included four breathtaking performances on the theme Clean Water and Sanitation. Every presentation reinforced the importance of sanitation in our surroundings. The judges applauded the efforts of the participants. The result for the same is as follows. 

  Title : Special Assembly on Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines

A special assembly was conducted on Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines on 16th August 2018  by the students of class X-C ,X-D and X-E. The students very well depicted the life story of great personalities like Sudha Chandran, Shah Rukh Khan and Helen Keller who survived all odds in life. Divya, Lavya Khanna, and Himani Bhandari Communicated the great message of not to give up in life using sign language. The inspiring  video and the speech by Himani  Khullar and Bhavneet Kaur were the perfect dose of motivation for all the modernites. Flawless recitation by Riya encouraged the students to live their dreams.

Kudos to their efforts!

  Title : Independence Day : To soak in the spirit of valour and courage

With freedom in our minds, faith in the words, pride in our soul, We the MPS fraternity celebrated the 72nd Independence Day on August 13, 2018. Madam Principal Ms. Alka Kapur graced the occasion and unfurled the tricolor with all her dignity and poise followed by the rendition of National Anthem. Drishti Kumar delivered a heart rendering speech to delve upon the golden era of freedom. Thereafter an informative video was shown on organ donation which is commended on 13 August every year to encourage people to give organs as a gift of life to the needy. To kindle the spark of patriotism, unstill pride and project the trajectory of the freedom struggle, a scintillating performance was showcased by the dance troupe on the theme A tribute to Indian Army. The audience was enthralled by their performance. The day also witnessed finger printing in kite and tearing pasting in flag by Pre School and Pre Primary students. 
The programme culminated with the wises spread by Ma?am Principal where her insightfulness spoke about the unseen heroes of the freedom struggle and a salute to all the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our safety. The entire event was indeed, entertaining and enriching experience for all.

  Title : Hiroshima Day and Nagasaki Day

In August 1945, the United States of America dropped two atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing scores of people and injuring many. To know more about what happened to the people on the fringes of the blast, two videos highlighting the negative impact of such thoughtless actions were shown to the students. The students of classes II to V demonstrated their learning enthusiastically by attempting a questionnaire given to them to commemorate Hiroshima Day and Nagasaki Day on 9 August 2018(Thursday).

  Title : Collage making Activity

Translate your vision into reality . An inter-house collage making activity was organized for the students of class IX on August 8, 2018. The artists delved into the theme of Indian Heritage aesthically wherein they showcased the fervour of nationalism by making the outline of Indian flag, map and monuments using paper. This event provided rostrum to essay their talents and love for the country.

  Title : 50th Birthday Celebration

MPS fraternity wished Madam Principal on her 50th birthday. She was given a red carpet reception along with the floral welcome. The kids expressed their gratitude through mellifluous rendition of birthday song.

MPS family wishes Madam Principal endless years of happiness and prosperity.

  Title : Role Play Activity - Class VIII

To energize the imagination and enhance the social development skills, Role play activity was conducted for class VIII on 30th July 2018. Students portrayed notable Indian politicians and scientists on stage. This activity proved to be a creative stimulus in kindling the imaginative and intellectual development of students.

  Title : Save the Rare! Save the Roar

Modern Public School revers the rich flora and fauna of the country and toils hard to inculcate the same among students. Treading the path, a plethora of activities including Sash Making, Mask Making and Board Decoration was organised for the students of classes VI-VIII on July 30, 2018. The students participated with great zeal and emerged with beautiful Tiger themed Masks and Sashes and embellished the bulletin boards creatively. The task was a huge success as the students learnt not only the worth of Tiger in the ecosystem but also to honour the diverse wildlife.


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