Intramural Football Tournament
Inter Intramural Football Tournament was conducted at Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 7th February, 2018. Seven teams participated in this tournament.
After a cut throat competition between the teams, team A, B, C and F qualified for the semi finals. Team A and B qualified for the finals.
Team A under the leadership of Captain Akshay and Team B under the leadership of captain Aditya gave each other a tough competition.
In order to achieve their goals, both teams put up their full strength and at the last moment of the match, Team A's scored a winning goal and recorded their win by 5/4.
Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh congratulated the winning team and said that, winning and losing are the two sides of a coin; therefore a player should not have any hard feelings and should play with the spirit of the game.
Au Revoir Batch 2017-18 "Until We Meet Again"
Delhi Public School, Ranchi organized a grand farewell ceremony for the outgoing batch of students of 2017-18 on 6th February, 2018 in the school’s Auditorium with great enthusiasm.
It was a memorable day for the children who enjoyed an emotional last day with the school which has left an indelible mark on their entire childhood.
The function began with a prayer service which included a prayer dance and a melodious prayer song by the school choir.
The Principal, Dr. Ram Singh, addressed the students and said, ‘It’s the time for the young fishes to leave the river and enter the ocean, where they will find different kinds of fishes and even sharks which may tend to prey on them. But, they should be prepared, determined with their choice to follow their path.’ Addressing the students he said that the world may not be at their side, but it depends on them how optimistic they are to turn the negative into positive. He asked the students to hold on to the values which will help them turn their failures into opportunity leading to success.
The programme continued with a cultural programme which included superb Rajasthani folk dance and a Punjabi dance performance. Some of the students Saurav, Mayank and Vasudha shared the stage for the last time and said that it was really a touching moment to perform in the school auditorium for the last time. A farewell song named ‘Raag Alvida’ was swing dedicated to the seniors.
The cultural programme was followed by the games ‘Guess who?’ and ‘Simon Says’ conducted by the students for their beloved seniors. In the ‘Guess who?’ The students displayed the photographs of their seniors and asked them to identify one. The students enjoyed the moments and felt it to be memorable. Whereas in ‘Simon Says’ the children gave instructions to them to turn left, right, back and front.
Further was the time for title ceremony in which Gurmeet won the title of Miss DPS Ranchi and the title of Master DPS Ranchi was won by Kunal Ray.
After the title ceremony came the most emotional part of the programme where the students shared about their experiences.
Sharing his 11 years of experience in the school Bhaskar shared that he has seen the school growing from a building to a well equip and furnished school and said that he is highly honoured to be a part of a school with such opportunities.
On the other hand Khushi shared DPS Ranchi is the school of best teachers and education. She also said that the sad and the happy moments spent in the school will always be memorable for her entire life.
At the end of the programme the students said that the gate of the school will always be open for its students. They also said that they are and will always be the part of the school as the alma-mater.
Progress of Mankind
On February 06, 2018, class III students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi presented a skit on "how man evolved from an early man to modern man".
Dressed up as early man the children enacted and showed the various life changing development in humans like invention of fire, wheel and how people started farming and living in groups.
Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh applauded and motivated children and said that what we visualize leaves more impact on our mind than what we read.
The Budding Engineers
With the motive to give the students an exposure towards the developing technology of the world Delhi Public School Ranchi organized a Robot show in the school premises on 3rd February, 2018. The show was presented by the students of classes VII-IX.
A show of such nature has been organized for the first time at school level. The robotic models presented on the show were designed and created by the students themselves. The parents of the students were also present for the show.
On this occasion Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that Robotics as a subject is an initiative taken by the school to train and promote the students for the upcoming future. He also said that the students of today are the creators of tomorrow. He also highlighted that the basic knowledge of designing and programming robots at the school level will help the students to become great engineers in the days to come.
The show was divided into two sections, Robotics and Aero modeling.
The Robotics section was presented by the students of classes VII &VIII. It consisted of models of Hand Gesture Robot Car, Object Avoider Robot, Ultra Sonic Punching Robot, Scare Following Robot, Human Interactive Voice and Gesture Control Robot, Lego Robo Tank and Bluetooth Control Car.
Hand Gesture Robot Car which was made by Ayush Pandey, Ashish, Ahaan and Tirth Raj of class VII-D works by sensing the movement of hand. The Arduino Tool Transmitter Circuit in the robot gives commands to the receiver circuit which is sent to the motor driver. This robot model can be used in the cars in place of the steering block.
Object Avoider Robot created by Aditya Aryan and Kislaya Shrivastava of class VII-G detects the object which comes in its way and turns. The ultra sonic sensor in the robot identifies and tells the distance between the object and the sensor. In the future it can be used in the vehicles to prevent accidents.
Aayush Yadav, Varanya Prasad and Harsh Chandra of class VII made the model of Ultra Sonic Punching Robot and Scare Following Robot. The ultra sonic sensor in the Ultra Sonic Punching Robot identifies the object near it and punches it. On the other hand the ultra sonic sensor in the Scare Following Robot identifies its boarders and stays within it.
The Human Interactive Voice and Gesture Control Robot made by Vaishnav Garodia of class VIII-B is a companion of a mankind and a domestic home associate. It can move, talk, and play songs through voice commands and gesture. The application though which it is operated is installed in a Smartphone designed and programmed by Vaishnav himself.
The Lego Robo Tank of Tanay, Ayan, Ashwarya and Binay of class VIII is a model of Tank (Bunker). It demonstrates the mechanical and technical part of a Tank.
Bluetooth Control Car designed by Atul Kumar of class VIII is a model which is controlled with the help of Bluetooth. The 3 adenines, 1hcos in it helps it to be stable. The ultra sonic sensor present in the model senses the object in their path and stops; as a result it will prevent accidents in the future.
The Aero modeling section was presented by the students of class IX Kumar Aakarsh, Yash Raj, Samagya Anand, Ankesh and Krish. It consisted of models of Drone (A.K. A.Y), Chuck Glider, Paper plane and Chipmunk Glider.
Drone (A.K. A.Y) is the first self designed and created drone of the school created by the students. The drone has 4 propellers and hence it is called Quad copter. This was programmed by the students. In the upcoming future it will be used in the transport and entertainment industry.
Chuck Glider is the model of an airplane which demonstrates the principles of flight and aero modeling.
Chipmunk Glider is a model of the airplane which demonstrates flight and aero modeling on the principals of Newton’s Third Law.
At the end of the show the students seemed interested and egger to learn Robotics as others. The parents were of the opinion that it was great to know that the school is providing the students the knowledge about creating technology. They were motivated to enroll their child for the class in the upcoming year.
Overall it was a great show.
A session on ‘No one is failure’
Delhi Public School, Ranchi in association with Prayaas-The Effort organized an interactive session on No one is failure on 2nd February, 2018. The resource persons of the day were Dr. Raman Kumar Jha, Vice Chancellor Amity University and Mr. Sanjay Singh, Commanding officer BSF.
150 students of various schools of Ranchi namely, Surendranath School, Sachindanand School, St. Thomas School, Bishop Westcott Girls School Doranda and DPS Ranchi were present in the session.
Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh welcomed the resource persons and student participants and said that the future of a person is in his own hands. He also said that day dreaming is important for determination and determination is important for achievement of goal. He also highlighted that knowledge is the only thing that cannot be stolen.
The session began with Dr. Raman Kumar Jha interacting with the students and educating and briefing them about the interest, skills, the value system and personality and asked them to follow them which will lead to success and not failure.
He also asked the students to know themselves and try to know where they want to go in order to choose the correct path. He also said that change comes to those who want to change. He encouraged the students to discover their interest.
Dr. Raman Kumar also said to them to not to be responsible for destroying your mind and life.
On the other hand Mr. Sanjay Singh addressed the students saying
“Learning from failure is the pillar to success” and motivated the students to work hard. He also shared that skill, determination and knowledge is important but will power is more important.
He also shared several inspiring and motivational stories of the prominent people and said that failure and success is an endless process.
The students asked several questions to the speakers such as, how to keep balance between the school student and interest study, how to convince parents to support them in their dreams and interest etc.
After the session students were awarded with a merit certificate. At the end the students shared that the session was encouraging and motivating. The session has helped them understand their interest and goal in order to be the person with no failure.
Santoor Player Mr. Abhay Rustum Sopori
With the belief to groom a child to his utmost potential, both academically and culturally Delhi Public School, Ranchi in collaboration with Spic Macy organized a programme for the students of classes IV-VII, on 2nd February, 2018.
Sri. Abhay Rustum Sopori a renowned instrumentalist and composer was the performer of the day. He is a player of santoor, an ancient stringed musical instrument native to Kashmir. He was accompanied on the tabla by the famous tabla player Mr. Mithilesh Jha.
Popularly known for his energetic performances and rhythmic and melodic patterns Sri. Abhay Rustum Sopori played Raag Patdeep, Aalap, Jod, Jhola, Tarana and various other compositions of santoor and tabla.
He had a mesmerizing effect on the students. He also interacted with the students.
Dr. Ram Singh, the Principal of the school extended a warm welcome to all the guest performers and said that such kind of programmes are meant to connect the young generation with the rich heritage of Indian Classical music which in turn helps to foster Indian values.
On the whole the programme was a huge success and the students were of the opinion that it was an experience of a life time.
Flares of Universe
On 1st February, 2018, the children of class–II staged an activity to gear the facts related to the almighty sun and ever revolving planets around it.
During the programme the children shared amazing facts with each other and enjoyed enacting the same. A brief quiz related to the facts of our solar system was also conducted by the curious minds of tomorrow.
Children were also noticed showing a great interest to see that another world with their own eyes. They explained their wish to become an astronaut and explore the universe. The curious eyes and minds showed that how much they want to fly high and measure their dreams as- The Sky is the limit.
Principal Dr. Ram Singh appreciated the amazing performance of the students and exhorted that knowledge comes from practical learning.
Martial Art Training Session
An training session was organized on Martial Art for the students of classes IX on 1st February, 2018 in Delhi Public School, Ranchi. The instructor for the day was Sensei Ranjit Mehta, Black Belt Five Da, Shotokan Karate-Do Federation of India.
89 students of classes IX attended the session.
The motive of the study was to educate the students about Martial Art. This activity was undertaken as a part of project for “British Council International School Award” conducted by British Council.
In this session Sensei Ranjit enlightened the students about the basic self defense techniques and how martial art helps in keeping an individual fit and healthy.He also update them with several techniques of attack and block. He educated the students about two types of attacks namely; Suki and Cita Uchey.
Suki consists of two types of attacks Jodan and Chudan. Jodan is the face block/attack where as Chudan is the belly attack/ block which is popularly known for hurting a person in the face and the belly.
While enlightening the students about the block, Sensei Ranjit said that it is the way to defend oneself from any kind of attack. He told them about the different type of blocks namely Ageuke, Uchiuke and Giden Barai. Ageuke is the upper block used to save the face from getting hurt, whereas Uchiuke is the belly block used to protect the belly from getting hurt and Giden Barai is the side block used for the save oneself from getting hurt from the side .
Sensei Ranjit also demonstrated the attacked and the blocks and trained the students.
Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh thanked Sensei Ranjit for training the students and said that into day’s world martial art is an important part of our life. Each and every individual should be ready for all sorts of situations in their life. He also emphasized on empowering girl child and said that martial art education should be provided to all the girls in order to make them ready to face any kind of problems and cultivate a sense of inner defense among them.
69th Republic Day Celebrated
The 69th Republic Day was celebrated with great pomp and show in Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 26.01.2018.
On this occasion, the flag was hoisted by the honourable Principal of the School, Dr. Ram Singh along with the rendition of the National Anthem.
On this occasion children presented a short programme called 'Kal, Aaj aur Kal'. In this programme, the students portrayed characters of the freedom fighters, namely Rani Lakshmibai, Bhagat Singh, Bhim Rao Ambedkar and reminded us about the sacrifices made by them to give us this glorious gift called ‘Freedom’. The children also remembered many prominent people of today namely M.S. Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Sania Mirza etc. and portrayed the characters sharing their motto of life.
The children also presented a poem based on soldiers, 'If I Die'. This poem depicted the desires and feelings of a soldier after he dies.
On this Republic Day the Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh recalled the freedom fighters of the country and said that we are an independent citizen of independent India and it is our duty to give the best to our nation. It should be our aim to eradicate all the evils that exists in our society and make it the best nation in the world.
Annual Sports Day Celebrated: 2018
The Annual Sports day of Delhi Public School Ranchi was held on 25th January, 2018. This gave the students of classes Prep-XII a golden opportunity to exhibit their skills in the field of sports.
Shri Atul Bhatt Chairman & MD Mecon Ltd. Ranchi was the Chief Guest for this mega event and Shri S.K. Das General Manager C.E. & Env. RDCIS, SAIL and PVC DPS Ranchi was the Guest of Honour on this occasion.
The inaugural ceremony commenced with a spectacular rendition of a melodious welcome song by the school choir consisting of 340 students.
Principal, Dr. Ram Singh extended a warm welcome to the gathering and said that games and sports is an integral part of a student’s life. It teaches self discipline and dedication which is important to excel in life and bring out the best in them. He also highlighted that the aim and focus of DPS Ranchi is to identify the inherent potential of children and encourage them to participate in both co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
This was followed by the unfurling of school flag by the chief guest and then the school choir took the stage to instill the spirit and aim of DPS with the presentation of the school song ‘March DPS March’. This was followed by the March-Past in which the children of 6 houses Ganges, Jamuna, Chenab, Jhelum, Ravi and Sutlej marched precisely to the excellent beats of school band.