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School Events

  Title : Hindi Diwas 2017

Hindi Diwas is a patriotic reminder for all of us. The students of classes II and III celebrated this special day with great zeal on 13.09.2017 (Wednesday) and recited Dohas of great Hindi poets like Kabir, Rahim and Soordas. Through this activity they understood that Hindi is the soul of our nation. It is the identity and symbol of our Indian Culture.

   
  Title : Special Assembly on Safety and Security of Children

A special assembly on the theme Safety and Security of Children was conducted for the students on September 11, 2017. The students were enlightened on the measures they can take up under dangerous circumstances. An informative video was shown which not only taught the little ones the difference between normal and threatening circumstances but also demonstrated the ways to raise alarm against any anti-social element or  activity. The assembly culminated with the eloquent speech of Madam Principal Mrs. Alka Kapur, who in her address assured the students of their safety and security in the school and motivated them to raise alarm under any menacing situation. The assembly proved to be a great learning session for all the spectators.

     
  Title : Puppet Show on Metro etiquette for students of class IV

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation organized a Puppet Show on Metro etiquette for students of class IV on August 30, 2017. 
The resource person, Ms. Gunjan , one of the representatives of the team discussed points to be kept in mind while  
travelling in Metro rail. The students were apprised with the right and the most joyful way of travelling in a metro through
a fun-filled activity.
The show proved to be informative as it was enlightening for all. A mini guide was distributed among the students
at the culmination of the programme.

         
       
  Title : Tree Plantation Drive at MPS

Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh organized Tree Plantation Drive on 24 August 2017 in the school premises. It was a small step to support the noble mission of Action Committee of Private Unaided Schools to plant at least ten lakh saplings in Delhi. Dr. B C Sabat, the Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment along with honourable Principal Ms. Alka Kapur led the drive. The staff and students also joined this green initiative and contributed towards the green exposure of the school campus. The guest of honour, Dr. B C Sabat addressed the MPS fraternity. He urged the students to go for plantation drive at a large scale to enhance floral wealth. He also apprised them with the need to create sustainable eco system by planting saplings and adopting eco friendly measures. He advised the children not to just plant more and more saplings, but also watch them grow and be able to bask in their glorious beauty in future. It was indeed an attempt by the school to breathe new life into the city. 

         
  Title : Sadbhavana Diwas

Harmony makes small things grow, lack of it makes great things decay. Sadbhavana Diwas was observed on 18.08.2017 by the students of classes II to V wherein they pledged to promote emotional oneness and harmony amongst each other. The gesture was a tribute to former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi, on his birthday which is observed as Sadbhavana Diwas or Harmony Day nationwide. 

   
  Title : Independence Is Worth Celebration

India achieved independence after a lot of struggle and sacrifices by our ancestors. The martyrs sacrificed their lives for their mother land so that the nation can thrive forward on the path of prosperity. When the freedom came after such strive, it must be celebrated. Treading on the same thought, 70th Independence Day was celebrated by the school with great pomp and clamour. The show commenced with reverence of National Anthem followed by the hoisting of flag by the Head Boy and the Head Girl. The day witnessed a great cultural extravaganza which included a heart touching patriotic song, a thought provoking speech by Drishti Kumar of Class X and the display of multihued flavours of India through the medley of Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Dandiya, Bhangra and other celebrated dance forms. The tiny tots rejoiced the occasion by dressing up into tri-coloured attire and by preparing tri-colour salad, as the symbol of their patriotism.The show culminated with the speech of Honourable Director Academics, Ms. Geeta Sehgal, who in her address not only motivated the spectators to follow the path of great leaders but also emphasized on the need and significance of world peace and justice. It was a delightful event as it let the audience cherish the earned freedom.


       
  Title : Celebrating festivals with glee!

The students of Class IV and V stepped into the celebration zone of the utterly pious bond of brothers and sisters on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan on 5th August 2017 (Saturday). The day witnessed activities like Thali Decoration and Rakhi Making. The learners enjoyed bringing forth their creativity that added to the festive aura. Beautiful thalis and rakhis were a testimony to their heartfelt love and emotions. It proved to be an admirable endeavour for one and all.

 

         
 
  Title : Installation Ceremony of the Interact Club for the year 2017-18

The school organized the Installation Ceremony of the Interact Club for the year 2017-18 on 5th Aug 2017. The event was attended by Rtn Vivek Sardana and Rtn. Deepak Ganju along with 5 Rotractors . The event commenced with a  formal welcome of the guests followed by lightning of the lamp . The cultural programme presented by the students was appreciated and applauded by one and all. Diya Gupta of class XI , the Secretary of the Club presented the report highlighting the achievements and events undertaken by the  club in the year 2016-17 . Harshvardhan , the ex-President of the club handed over the collar to the newly elected president Sharil Thakur of class XII. Four best interactors were also facilitated by the Rotarians . Sharil Thakur then expressed her gratitude to the Rotarians and briefed about the upcoming projects for the next year. The event culminated with the vote of thanks proposed by Muskan Sharma of XII.

         
 
  Title : Rakhi : A bond of love

A love between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions. To enjoy and experience this eternal bond between brothers and sisters, a CARD Making Activity was conducted for the students of Class II & III on 04.08.2017(Friday). The students had a whale of a time decorating their cards not only with materialistic items but their sentiments too. It was a rejuvenating experience for the students to get connected with their siblings. The activity surely enabled them to experience the warmth of their relationship.

   
  Title : The War of Spells

A spelling contest, Spell-Bee was organized by the school on July 25, 2017 for the students of class VI. The activity was executed through a well schemed questionnaire containing mind-boggling and attention-grabbing assessments. It was delightful to observe excitement in the eyes of students for the much awaited and interesting activity. The activity emerged successful as it not only assessed their dexterity but also motivated them to sharpen their spelling skills.

 

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