Delhi Public School, Ranchi Crowns Glory- 58th IMO 2017
Shubham Saha a student of Class XII DPS, Ranchi has brought glory to DPS Ranchi and Jharkhand State after a brilliant performance in INMO and one month training camp of budding Mathematician, he is going to represent India in 58th International Mathematical Olympiad 2017 being held at Rio de Janerio – Brazil (from 12th to 23rd July 2017). After a long span of 12 years our student of Class XII session 2016-17 from DPS Ranchi is going to represent IMO-2017 at Brazil. Shubham Saha has been selected as the second performer in the team comprising of six participants who is going to represent India.
Most talented young students from more than 100 countries around the world will assemble to solve the mathematical problems. Shubham Saha (qualified in JEE MAINS- 277 rank and at All India level 885 rank) a boy of iron-will is ready to face the challenges with immense courage; it seems to be really commendable. It’s a historical opportunity to foster and disseminate mathematical and scientific knowledge throughout society.
On interaction with Shubham Saha he said that he is very much grateful to his honorable Principal, who gave him ample opportunities to qualify in such tough competitions. He also expresses his gratitude to all the teachers who had been torch bearers and path finders.
Dr. Ram Singh, Principal, DPS Ranchi extend his good wishes and congratulates Shubham Saha for his commendable performance and wishes him all the best for his future endeavours. He will request the state government to felicitate the child and encourage him. He also spoke preparation of IMO is taken very seriously in DPS Ranchi and successfully richly awarded. He also said, ‘Shubham is a right mix of dedication and enthusiasm’.
DPS Ranchi Alumnus makes it to IIM Ahmedabad
Shubham Goyal S/o- Dr. Alok Goyal (IAS) an alumnus of Delhi Public School Ranchi has made the school proud by making for 2 years MBA program for the session 2017-19 at the prestigious IIM Ahmedabad. He passed his class 12th from DPS Ranchi in 2013 securing 96% marks. He is presently pursuing his B. Tech in Computer science from Delhi Technological University, will be completing his B Tech in May 2017. He has always been a sincere and hardworking student.
The Principal of the School Dr. Ram Singh congratulated him and wished him the very best in life.
DPS Ranchi Outshines other schools of Ranchi in NTSE
8 Children of Delhi Public School Ranchi have qualified in NTSE. They are Saumyo Bhattacharya, Ankit Kumar Jain, Rayyan Shahid, Utkarsh Anand, Abhigyan Adarsh, Shubham Kumar Singh, Ishika Tigga, and Kumar Divyang. They are all from Class X. It is a matter of immense pride and glory that the maximum number of children who qualified in NTSE from Ranchi are from DPS Ranchi. The children have come out with flying clourrs and produced the highest number in the city.
Dr. Ram Singh Principal DPs Ranchi congratulated the students for their stupendous performance. He also expressed his heart’s elation as eight in the highest in the city.
7 students fo DPS Ranchi qualify for Level-2 International Olympiad of English Language
The students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi have come out with flying colours by qualifying for level – 2 International Olympiad of English Language (IOEL) – 2017.
The IOEL is a test of competence and knowledge in the subject of English language. This is held annually both at the National and International levels, based on syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ICSE and the State Boards.
It recommends the competition for each and every student who is studying English language as their subject. All the students of class I to XII are eligible to take part in level – 1.
Top 500 Olympiad rank holders of the 1st level from each class are eligible to compete for top positions in the 2nd level examination. All 1st rank holders with minimum 75% of marks are also eligible for level – 2.
The following 7 students have brought laurels to the school by qualifying for 2nd level examination which will be conducted on 16th February 2017.
- Anwesha Sarangi of Class III-F scored 1st rank and also won Gold Medal.
- Ayushi Sarangi of Class VIII-G scored 1st rank and won Gold Medal.
- Malay Devashish of Class VIII-D got the 2nd rank and won Silver Medal.
- Pratyush Thakur of Class VIII-E got 3rd rank and won Bronze Medal.
- Tripali Tah of Class IX-F got the 1st rank and won Gold Medal.
- Maitrey Suhag of Class XI-Q got the 1st rank and won Gold Medal.
- Raghav Agarwal of Class XI-Q got the 2nd rank and won the Silver Medal
The principal, Dr. Ram Singh congratulated the students. He said, “Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going”.
He expressed his sheer delight at this achievement of the students and encouraged them to do better in the 2nd level and qualify for the 3rd level as well.
11 students of DPS Ranchi qualify KVPY Exam
The students of Delhi Public School Ranchi have proved their mettle once again with 11 students qualifying in KVPY (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana).
Students of Class XI and XII had written this exam. Shaan-ul-Haque (XI J), Saakshi Choudhary (XI R), Pratik Prawar (XI R), Abhinav Kumar Jha (XI C) , Shaswati Mallick (XI A), Aman Raj (XII N), Saurabh Suman (XII P), Tiyasha Mitra (XII P), Nishant Singh Chouhan (XII P) and Anvesh Gupta (XII H), etc. are the students who have made the school proud with their brilliant performance in KVPY.
The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is an on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, in order to attract exceptionally brilliant students for pursuing courses in Basic Sciences and research drive programmes.
The objective of this programme is to identify students with talent and aptitude for research, help them realize their academic potential; encourage them to take up research careers in Science, and ensure the growth of the best scientific minds for research and development in the country.
Dr. Ram Singh, Principal, DPS Ranchi, congratulated the students and said that it is indeed a matter of pride and honour for the school as with every passing year the number of students qualifying in various competitive exams is increasing. It was also stated by him that these exams will help the students to shape their career and as the Principal of the school he has assured them that he is ready to provide the latest techniques and facilities for their growth and development.