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School Events

  Title : Young shoulders wield responsibility

Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. Warren Bennis

The school held its Investiture Ceremony with great zeal and zest. The deserving young talents of the school were bestowed with the responsibility of leading their school  from the front with their commitment, confidence and competence.

The event was presided over by Lieutenant General D. V. Kalra. Other dignitaries present on the occasion were the Chairman of the school, Mr. K. L. Sobti and honourable Principal
Ms. Alka Kapur. The auspicious ceremony commenced with the musical rendition by the school choir, followed by a scintillating dance performance on the theme Never give up, great things take time.

Marching smartly attired in blue shirts, the student council took their positions on the stage eager to take on the new responsibilities that they were to be entrusted with. It was a defining moment for the newly elected Head Boy  Arpit Madaan, Head Girl  Apporva, Junior Head Boy  Govind Ramuka, Junior Head Girl  Srishti, and the team of House Captains, Cleanliness and Discipline In charges.

The school Principal administered the oath to the members of the cabinet wherein they pledged to serve the school and fulfill their responsibilities with the best of their abilities. The Chief Guest handed over the appointment letters to the office bearers and emphasized on the importance of discipline and developing the qualities of leadership in themselves.

The Principal, Ms. Alka Kapur enthused the young leaders to uphold the values of the school and to keep the school flag flying while discharging their duties honestly and impartially.

The Investiture Ceremony concluded with lots of hopes and aspirations for our future leaders. It was a moment of pride and of humbleness, of authority with accountability and above all service.

 

 
  Title : Creative Connections commemorated World Red Cross Day

Creative Connections is here with the celebration of yet another significant day for the universe. The team acknowledges the worth of first aid in any emergency situation; hence it has taken the stringent step towards meeting the People criteria of SEC and distributed handy first aid kits to the poor in slums, rickshaw pullers,labourers, drivers and the underprivileged children of Nav Chetna, Sarthak Prayas(NGO). The team made the recipients familiar to the contents of the kit and also apprised on how to utilize them. It sensitized them towards their health and safety to which they usually remain ignorant. The team has adopted a new strategy of utilizing profits while earning it, instead of waiting for the end of the project to utilize them for peoples welfare. The idea If we have intentions to help, lets do it on the right time was proposed during one of the discussion sessions of the team members which was duly acknowledged and followed.

     
  Title : A room without books is like a body without a soul

Students of class II enjoyed the beauty of expression, thoughts, feelings, rhyme and rhythm of words, through an English Recitation Competition held for them on May 8, 2017 (Monday). The theme of the competition was Books: House of Gold. Children participated in the competition very enthusiastically. The judges appreciated and applauded the performance of the participants. The poems left a long lasting impression on the minds of everyone present.

 
  Title : Adieu to Emily Zanardo

Under the aegis of AFS (American Field Service) that promotes inter-cultural exchange programme around the globe; our school hosted Emily Zanardo from Italy for a period of ten months. Today the school bid adieu to her as she returns to her hometown. Emily described her memorable experience through a marvelous presentation and eloquent words during the morning assembly that expressed the varied culture of India. She depicted her traveling experiences of visiting Shimla, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kerala and many other places with the host families. The girl conveyed her gratitude towards Madam Principal, the host families, her friends and the entire MPS fraternity for the love and affection she received throughout her stay. Madam Principal Ms. Alka Kapur delivered a commendable speech in which she guided Emily to be positive and happy in all pursuits of life. The farewell ceremony culminated with tearful departure and presentation of a beautiful gift as a souvenir of ardor and attachment.

   
  Title : Acknowledging the Significant

Modern Public School believes that each member irrespective of its designation, is a contributor in the success of any institution. Treading on the same belief, the school has celebrated International Labour Day on May 1, 2017 by treating the support staff of the school with refreshing sherbet and delicious sprouts chaat prepared by our students, as token of affection and respect they deserve. The school fraternity expressed its gratitude to as equally significant strata of employees as any other, for their implausible contribution in the growth and development of the school over the years. It was indeed a delightful sight to observe smiles on their faces.

   
  Title : Parent Teacher Meeting-Educative and Entertaining

Open day is a platform not only for interaction amongst parents but also a favoured time for other events. We, at Modern Public School, believe in the holistic development of students so a plethora of activities were organized on April 29, 2017. In an endeavour to educate parents and students on the significance of driving safely a Road Safety Awareness Drive was organized in the school premises. Everyone signed a road safety pledge. Business flourished through Creative Connections team where bhelpuri and lemonade was sold to parents and children. Furthermore, Book Fair was also organized for the students to get acquainted to different genres of books. Last but not the least, Emptor Club spread awareness on eating fruits and benefits of banana peel. The entire day was filled with cheers and gaiety.

     
  Title : Earth Day Celebrations

Be Green, Go Green, Grow Green is the adage which the modernites believe in and abide by.

With the objective of imbibing in the students the respect for nature and to generate awareness concerning the conservation of the planet, earth day was organised on 21 April, 2017 in the school premises with great zest and vigour. The day witnessed enthralling and exuberant activities which were emporically attended by the students.
A cleanliness drive and Tree plantation drive was carried out by the students of classes pre-school and Pre-Primary. The other events included Show and Tell for class I, Best out of Waste, Card Making, Folder designing and Poster Making for classes II, III, V and IX respectively. The students of class V decorated their class bulletin boards to spread awareness about nature and environment.
Class X students expressed their linguistic skills by writing a thought provoking essay on Work for today, Preserve tomorrow.
It was a great day to showcase environmental education and engage the whole student community in making a difference by promoting a better and healthier life by being environment friendly and forging a bond with nature.

         
         
  Title : Baisakhi Celebration

A special assembly was organized to celebrate the festival of Baisakhi with zest and zeal. A cultural programme was presented on the occasion wherein the students were apprised with the importance of the harvest festival i.e. Baisakhi. The school premises wore a festive look with vibrant hues of folksong and bhangra performance.

Also heartfelt tribute was paid to the martyrs of Jallianwala Bagh massacre. The students were enlightened with the life history of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar and how he overcame the hurdles of life and became the architect of the constitution of the greatest democracy in the world-India.

The students were shown a presentation on the significance of Good Friday. They were told to follow the virtues propagated by Jesus Christ for the welfare of humanity. 

   
  Title : A Step towards the Civilized Society

Honda CRF 50 Carnival was organised by the school in collaboration with Honda Road Safety Training Programme on April 13, 2017 for classes IV and V. This venture aimed at making the Indian roads safer to drive and to inculcate the practice of following traffic rules in children. The programme was inaugurated by the Vice Principal, Ms. Mena Mittle. The students shortlisted after the written questionnaire were given an opportunity to ride the junior bikes while the others had a brain storming Quiz session. The carnival with a motive Every journey starts with the first step thrilled the students and they participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The proficient riders were felicitated with trophies and certificates.

   
  Title : Orientation Day 2017

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and critically.

Modern Public School fraternity cordially welcomed the new little entrants as well as their parents  through a grand and pompous Orientation Programme organized on March 31, 2017. The show commenced with the virtual tour of the school for the audience through a mesmerizing video demonstrating the history and infrastructure of the institution and co-curricular and extra-curricular activities undertaken. The long tally of the schools achievements in zonal, inter-zonal, sports and other significant competitions, the bagged prestigious awards and splendid academic performance was recited to the spectators. A mind luring and inspirational song touched the hearts of the audience, which was followed by superlative and breathtaking performances like Kathak, Mallakhamb, Ball Dance and Yoga. The podium was then taken up by the Honourable Madam Principal, who in her address, enlightened the parents on the ways to nurture the child and also highlighted noteworthy tips of parenting. A short version of the school Annual Day celebration Colosseum 2016 was exhibited which depicted the glory of the school. The show culminated with the very essential vote of thanks to the parents for their rigorous involvement in the programme and also for  showcasing their faith and confidence in the school.

 

         

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