Mothers Day Celebration at DPS Ranchi
Mothers Day Celebration at DPS Ranchi
`World of Rhymes` organised at DPS Ranchi for Class Nursery Students
An activity of poem recitation was organised at DPS Ranchi on the 8th May where the new little dipsites actively participated to display their hidden talents. They exhibited their literacy skills by reciting nursery rhymes in Hindi and English. Rhymes like A B C, one two buckle my shoe, etc were recited using various props of numbers, alphabets which looked colorful and attractive. The recitation of poems helped to develop their phonic awareness and memorization skills and helped to develop their confidence in front of everyone.
The Principal Dr. Ram Singh was very delighted to see how beautifully the little children recited poems with actions, rhythm, and expressions. He appreciated the children to actively participate in all activities to develop their learning skills.
Felicitation Ceremony for 100% attendance Class Nursery to V at DPS Ranchi
Delhi Public School, Ranchi felicitated 367 students of Class Nursery to V with cent percent attendance in the session 2018-19 and the students with two, three, four and six years of cent percent attendance consecutively, at an efficacious programme to motivate them on 30th April 2019.
The Chief Guest Shri Ravi Ranjan, Mission Director, Jharkhand Skill Development, Mission Society, Jharkhand, graced the occasion.
The programme commenced with a melodious welcome song which was followed by presenting of bouquet to the esteemed guest as token of love and gratitude and lighting the lamp.
Principal Dr. Ram Singh in his welcome speech congratulated the achievers and said that DPS Ranchi is a school with difference. Its mission is to nurture global citizen and provide platform to the students for the holistic development. He stressed that attendance at school is very vital to help children achieve and get the best possible start. It helps the students to succeed not only academically but also develops their personality and team spirit. He said that being in school everyday is half the battle won. He also appreciated the parents of the students with cent percent attendance as it reflects on the disciplined family environment. He added that all the stake holders should join hands together to provide proper and holistic education to children.
A mesmerizing contemporary dance performance by students who dressed up as a flock of birds depicting peace and harmony left the audience spellbound. After giving away the certificates and mementoes to the students with cent percent attendance, the chief guest congratulated the students for their accomplishment and exhorted them to carry on with the same spirit in future. They specially took the note of the students who secured 100% attendance consecutively for two or three years. They also urged to always remember the values they have ingrained at the school as these will help them to embellish success in their life.
Felicitation Ceremony for 100% attendance of Class VI-XII students at DPS Ranchi
Delhi Public School, Ranchi organized a felicitation ceremony for 265 students from Class VI to XII, who maintained 100 percent attendance throughout the academic session 2018-19 on 30th April 2019. The Chief Guest Shri Ajay Arora, Executive Director, RDCIS, SAIL and the Guest of Honour Shri S. K. Das, General Manager (C&E) RDCIS, SAIL & Pro Vice-Chairman, DPS Ranchi graced the occasion with their benign presence. The programme kicked off with a harmonic tune, welcoming the guests by presenting a bouquet of flowers as token of respect, followed by the ritual of lighting the lamp.
Our honourable Principal, Dr. Ram Singh welcomed the guests by acknowledging and appreciating the parents for their constant support and especially thanked the mothers for their incessant dedication in building their child’s future. He envisions a strong, resilient and more vibrant world in the school to create a positive and lasting difference in student’s life. He congratulated the students and advised them to maintain this strong spirit which will make them disciplined and that would lead them to progress in life.
A scintillating dance performance depicting Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh by students, enthralled the audience thoroughly. After the performance, the certificates and mementos were awarded to the students with cent percent attendance. The Chief Guest Shri Ajay Arora stimulated the students to think about how to shape themselves and assimilate character building. The Guest of Honour Shri S. K. Das congratulated the students who seeked to maintain punctuality and consistency in the last academic session.
Felicitation Ceremony of 190 High Achievers of Class VI-XII at DPS Ranchi
Delhi Public School, Ranchi organised the Felicitation Ceremony of High Achievers for Class VI to XII. On this momentous occasion, 190 meritorious students were awarded with certificates and medals.
Chief Guest Shri Atul Bhatt (Chairman & Managing Director, MECON) and Guest of Honour Smt. Nupur Bhatt graced the ceremony today with their benign presence. The event commenced with presentation of bouquets to the honourable guests and lighting of the lamp followed by the rendition of Welcome Song.
Honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh applauded the sincere efforts of the students and advised that students should put their heart, mind and soul even in their smallest act. He insisted that three way coordination between parents, teachers and students is essential for the holistic development. He emphasized on ability test which would help them to continue to excel in their chosen fields.
Students presented an enthralling dance performance expressing various seasons through their mudras. Another scintillating dance presentation on “We love India” fascinated the audience.
The Chief Guest also congratulated the students for their exemplary performance and further motivated them to sustain the consistent efforts. The Chief Guest and the Guest of Honor acknowledged the school’s initiative for apprising the spirit of the students by instilling opportunities to excel.
Felicitation Ceremony of 235 High Achievers of Class Nursery to V at DPS Ranchi
Delhi Public School Ranchi organised the Felicitation Ceremony of High Achievers for Class Nursery to V. On this eventful occasion, 235 brilliant students were awarded with certificates and medals. It is to be acknowledged that 6 out of 235 children, who were from Deeptabh, also did equally well. Deeptabh is a dream venture and a social initiative taken by our honourable principal.
Chief Guest Shri Neeraj Sinha (IPS, DGACB, Jharkand) graced the ceremony today with their benign presence. The event commenced with presentation of bouquets to the honourable guests and lighting of the lamp followed by the rendition of Welcome Song. The students also presented a mesmerizing dance on Saraswati Vandana which made the spellbound.
Our honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh was delighted to see the young minds with excellent results. The commendable efforts of the students glorified the occasion. He adulated the high achievers and suggested them to uplift the success feat.
The Chief Guest also congratulated the students for their outstanding performance and further emphasized on the importance of primary education as it lays the basic foundation of the child’s future.
Primary Wing of DPS Ranchi Commits to ‘End Malaria for Good’: World Malaria Day
In commemoration of this year’s World Malaria Day, the primary wing students of DPS Ranchi organised a special programme to spread awareness with this year’s global theme ‘End Malaria for Good’ targeting at combating malaria. On this occasion, Dr. Vinay Kumar Dhandhania (MBBS, D. Diabetology, Mumbai) visited the school for giving more insight to the students about Malaria. He suggested students to maintain a clean and healthy environment in the school premises, clean their house and neighbourhood, wear full sleeves dress while playing in park or field, use mosquito repellant and more such measures to prevent this fatal disease. It was a good learning session and motivated students to lead a healthy life.
The young talents of Primary classes celebrated this day by highlighting the Do’s and Don’ts of Malaria with great enthusiasm. The little learners presented the important things to remember about Malaria through their speeches. World Malaria Day is held annually on 25th April. It’s a dedicated international day to share information, educate people, communities and at-risk people about malaria and the global efforts to control it. Hundreds and thousands of people die from this disease every year. A child’s heath must be tenaciously protected. Childhood is characterized by freedom, play, and hopeful futures full of potential. These pillars of childhood are stripped away when sickness and dangerous diseases such as malaria threaten a child’s life.
In the midst of celebration, witnessing the awareness in the tiny tots was appreciable. They elaborated the ‘Do’s’ like changing the water of vases and pots, covering the toilet seats after usage, wearing full sleeved dresses, and more. Their points under ‘Don’ts’ were to never play in puddles & stagnant water-bodies and to never keep the doors & windows open without the net covers. The programme instilled a sense of responsibility and emphasized prevention against Malaria. The whole event was a perfect blend of learning with fun.
Our honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh was elated to see the awareness of Malaria in the young students. He further said that instilling students with the knowledge about the prevention of these diseases and maintaining health and hygiene is a progressing step towards the development of the country.
Intramural Table Tennis tournament (Boys and Girls) at DPS Ranchi 2019.
A two day Intramural Table tennis tournament (Boys and Girls) played by the students of Classes VI - VIII at Delhi Public School, Ranchi ended on 24th April 2019. The league matches were played on 23rd April 2019.
Final Match result (Girls):
Final Match was played between Ganges House and Jamuna House in which Jamuna House won the match by 2/1.
Final Match result (Boys):
Final match was played between Sutlej house and Jamuna house in which Sutlej house won the match by 2/1.
During the match all the houses gave each other a cut throat competition.
Speaking on the tournament, our honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that he was amazed to see the sportsmanship in the students. He appreciated their team spirit and also congratulated the winning teams.
Human Library session held on 23rd April 2019
Be respectful and have Gratitude for all: a session of Human Library conducted at DPS Ranchi by Dr. Suman Dubey
A Human Library session was conducted in DPS Ranchi on 23rd April 2019. The guest speaker on this occasion was Dr. Suman Dubey (famous Skin Specialist and Cosmetologist of Ranchi) who was addressing the Biology students of class XIIth. While speaking with the students, Dr. Dubey gave utmost importance to set goals in life as that creates the foundation of success. She specified that if we have a specific goal then only we can succeed in life. She also stated that to be successful one should be able to visualize what is to be done and for that we should make it a regular practice to do meditation and spend at least 10 minutes with self as that acts as a natural remedy to relax the whole body. Dr. Dubey pointed out that in today’s time we spend a lot of time with our smartphones which causes distraction and deviates us from our prime goal. While addressing the workshop, Dr. Dubey said that in this stressful and fast proceeding world it is not easy to succeed, so it’s very crucial that we have a respectful and gratifying attitude with all we come in contact with. She said that by being respectful we can develop an image for ourselves which can refine our personality. She encouraged each student to have positive attitude and gratitude towards everything they have. Dr. Dubey being a doctor, advised the students to have good food habits and never skip any of our meals as that leads to negativity within. She said that if we will not have food on time then we will fall sick and that will force us to take medicines and medicines in the long run tends to spoil our body.
Our honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh, thanked Dr Suman Dubey who gave her precious time to the students of the school to uplift their morale and made them more knowledgeable to face life with a positive attitude. He said that the advices given by Dr Dubey are very important for all to lead a happy life.
Human Library session held on 17th April 2019.
Reward Yourself & Punish Yourself: Guest Speaker Shri Randhir Kumar Mishra at Human Library, DPS Ranchi
DPS Ranchi conducted a Human Library session on 17th April 2019 in its premises for the commerce students of Class-XII. This time the guest speaker was Shri Randhir Kumar Mishra (Chief Manager, Training, State Bank of India, Ranchi).
Shri Randhir Kumar Mishra had addressed the students of commerce stream. In his interaction, he encouraged the students to read books for battling loneliness in this stressful life. He also advised the students to become self reliant. He emphasized that students should reward themselves when they achieve something and similarly also punish when they feel they haven’t given their full dedication to anything. He further suggested that the present day social media platforms are not sufficient enough for solving the existing socio-economic, political and religious issues. Along with this, he advised the students to keep away from distractions for remaining focused towards their ultimate goal. Targets can be further categorized into smaller ones so that with every stepping stone, the students can reward themselves. Concluding the session, Shri Mishra encouraged all the students to work and enhance their mental strength as it holds the key to success.
Our honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh has a firm belief that the words of wisdom will definitely convince the students and help them to take decisions. It is noteworthy that Human Library was an initiative taken by the principal two years back and the main motive behind this was to invite eminent personalities and leaders to motivate the students and share their life experience.