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School Events


The festival of lights came alive at MPS on 17th November 2017 when the whole school wore a festive look with colours and diyas all around.
A special assembly was organized wherein the students were enlightened about the significance of the five-day celebration from Dhanteras to Bhai-Dooj. A mesmerizing song was sung by the juniors, which spread the light of joy in the hearts of viewers. The day also witnessed a plethora of activities for various classes ranging from Rangoli making, Toran making, Rocket making and Bandhan-var making. The whole display was overwhelming Pre-primary students dressed in ethnic attires were a feast to the eyes. Their dresses highlighted the diversities in the celebration of Diwali across the country. The skit on Say No to Crackers by the tiny tots conveyed the message the how this pious festival can be celebrated in many other ways than just by burning crackers and polluting the environment. The children went back home carrying the message of love, peace and Clean and Green Diwali

  Title : Burn your Negavities not Crackers

Crackers hold a lot of fascination for both young and old alike. Despite a growing anti cracker campaign there is no dip in its popularity. Taking up this cause,Modern  Public  School
Organised a massive Anti Cracker Rally on  October 11,2017. Under the leadership of Madam Principal Ms Alka Kapur, the students of classes VI-VII took it upon their shoulders to educate the people around Shalimar Bagh about the ill effects of burning crackers and to celebrate Diwali with candles and sweets. Children created a powerful aura in the vicinity with their thought provoking placards. Later, a  well scripted Nukkad Natak also spread awareness to celebrate the festival in a green, clean, safe environment and to create an atmosphere filled with the spirit of mirth, love and happiness and not a night of gloom, despair, accidents, health problems and environment

  Title : Exclusive Assembly on Pollution-Free Diwali

Its time to spread cheer...not smoke through festivities

A special assembly emphasizing on Pollution-Free Diwali was conducted for the students on October 10,2017. An informative video was shown to the audience to stimulate their minds towards the hazards of bursting crackers. The morning session culminated with the an inspiring speech by Madam Principal Ms. Alka Kapur, who in her address motivated the students and teachers alike to celebrate a cracker free Diwali. Through her words of wisdom, she sensitized them towards cleanliness and nature. It was a delightful morning for all the spectators as they realized the worth of environment over short-lived joys.

  Title : The future depends on what we do in the present- M.K.Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhijis role and contribution to Indias freedom movement is noteworthy, extraordinary and exemplary. The birthday of this great soul was celebrated with an exalted patriotic fervor in the school on 27th September 2017(Wednesday). Paying a tribute to this real spirit and his principals, the programme began with a heart-warming melodious song promoting cleanliness in our surroundings. Srishti Bhatia of class V delivered a speech recalling Gandhijis life, his freedom struggle, his beliefs and his vision. A dance sequence depicting important episodes of his life presented by the students of Primary Wing moved everyone in the audience. The programme ended with an enlightening speech by honourable Madam Principal, who talked about the relevance of Gandhijis principles in the modern era.

  Title : Kavya Durbaar: An Aura filled with Conviction And Safety

With an endeavour to sensitise everyone  to 'Be Cautious Life is Precious ' ,an Inter House event titled  Kavya Durbaar was organised for the students of class IX on September 25,2017. The theme of Road Safety was brought to the forefront by the eloquent speakers. They dazzled in their outfits which matched gracefully to the programme. All the poets jolted the nerves of the audience on how to take precautionary measures before any mishap. The Director Academics, Ms Geeta Sehgal not only stressed on driving safely by using all preventive measures but also appreciated all the participants for their heart rendering self composed poems. Everyone was a winner in the true sense of the word. The Best Content was bagged by Bhavneet Kaur of IX-C (Nehru House) while the Best Expression went to Riya of IX-C (Tagore House) . Adaa Gupta of IX-D (Subhash House) was adjudged  the Most Confident Child and Overall Speaker. It was indeed a thought provoking activity for the children to take back meaningful quotes of their didactic  poems. 

  Title : Kathputli Natika - Class IV and V

The students of classes IV and V witnessed a Kathputli Natika on the theme Road Safety on 21.09.2017 (Thursday). Participants from all the four houses gracefully depicted the methods and measures one must take when on road. They were donned in enthralling attire for the same. The programme instilled a sense of larger social responsibility among the young generation. The performances of all the participants was a perfect amalgamation of graceful puppet like movements, postures, expressions and gestures. The message was impressively put forth. It was indeed a great learning for one and all present. 

  Title : Hindi Declamation Competition

Hindi is not just a language but a bond that unifies the diversity. It shatters all the notions of caste, creed and religion and harmonizes the varied cultures of India. To commemorate Hindi Diwas, a Hindi Declamation Competition themed Bina Sahas Kay Jivan was organized for the students of Class VI on September 15, 2017. The spectators were spell bound by the eloquent speeches of the contestants who cited examples of Dhirubhai Ambani, Maharana Pratap, Arunima Sinha and other celebrated legend whose lives are concrete illustrations for courage. The contenders quoted mind-luring quotations to express their notions of valour and were applauded by all. The event culminated with the powerful speech by the honourabe Director Academics, who in her address cited contemporary examples of courage and motivated the students to adopt courage as the way to live. The event was enlightening for all as the spectators learned the significance of will and courage and realized that a man without is no better than the dead.

  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.


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