Live Telecast of Pariksha Per Charcha
On January 16, 2018 the students of Classes VI-XII of Delhi Public School, Ranchi witnessed the live telecast of the interactive session with Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ‘Pariksha Per Charcha’.
With the motto ‘Subko Shikha Achhi Sikh’ PM Modi began the session and interacted with the students briefing them about handling stress at school level caused due to studies/ exams and how to tackle it.
During the session he gave them tips to overcome fear during time of examination and said that self confidence is important to reduce fear. He also said that one should try to go high from where he is now and not to give up on their goals.
In order to pass an examination he said that one should forget that he is giving an examination or anybody is judging them or going to mark them on their performances. This will help them pass all the examinations they will be appear in their lives.
On concentration Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that each and every individual had a concentration power but a person only concentrates in which he is interested in. Making the subject interesting will help the students concentrate in their studies.
On being asked about stress management PM Modi said that there are several ways to release stress and it varies from person to person. In order to release stress a person can dance, paint, do yoga etc.
There were also several questions in the minds of the dispites which was unasked due to the lack of connectivity. The questions unasked yet answered by the students were; ‘How to release stress which results to lack of concentration?’, ‘How to handle pressure in student life?’, ‘How to do time management?’ etc.
On this momentous occasion the Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that we are indeed privileged to have a person like Sri Narendra Modi as our PM who not only leads the country but also guides the upcoming generation to make the future of our country safe and secure. He further expressed that our PM is very passionate to groom our generation for the betterment of the society to put a mark of the country in front of the entire world.
Class V students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi organized a bundle of activities on 15th February, 2018.
The youngsters enacted a play on Macbeth and spread the message of How destructive, over ambitions can be.
Some of the students presented a beautiful programme on girls’ child education and self dependence, which can lead to a better tomorrow.
Lastly, the students created awareness on pollution with a small play and also gave valuable advice to have a pollution free environment.
Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh motivated and appreciated the beautiful show and said that such programmes develop awareness in the children.
On 13th February, 2018 Class-IV students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi made a lively presentation on How Mathematics is useful in day to day life.
In this programme they justified that life without knowledge of Fraction, Measurement, Area and Perimeter Estimation Geometry, Time and applications of simple operations like Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division is just impossible.
Through this programme they conveyed the message that Mathematics is not just a subject of fear but also a subject of fun.
The programme ended with a beautiful song Deep, Deep, Deep which expressed how should our inner values and behavior like faith, trust, walk and talk be nourished and implemented.
The programme was appreciated by the Principal Dr. Ram Singh and said that thinking develops only when we allow our mind to struggle and its Mathematics that helps our mind to struggle.
‘We are the stars wrapped up in skin-The light you are seeking has always been within.’
The morning sun of 9th February, 2018, shone in the light of enthusiastic young thoughts of class Prep at DPS Ranchi.
Students colorfully dressed in the several costumes of celestial bodies showed that it’s not only the universe where stars are created. Children were immensely excited and thoughtful to share their not so mere knowledge of ‘Universe’.
Facts such as, sun is the only source of Vitamin D came floating in their river of knowledge followed by the others as the uses of solar energy. The round shape of Earth and Moon added to their appetite of curious mind attended by the teachers witnessing the programme.
Children were astonished to learn the fact that even a dog Laika has visited the moon. However, they were also told that Neil Armstrong was the first man to step on the moon.
The curious eyes became wider as they came across the fact of constellations in the sky which makes it really vast. Thus the efforts of parents, teachers and students blended to produce this successful show.
The Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh congratulated all those smiling faces and boosted their zeal to become one of the explorers of the universe. He said that these young stars will add to the sky of humanity and make this world a better place to live in. They won’t fail to bind the scattered pieces of the world in one thread of love. He also said that they should never forget that they were taught ‘to look up the stars; not down at their feet’ and prove to be ‘the stars which are street lights of eternity.’
Intramural Badminton Tournament (Final)
Intramural Badminton Tournament (final) was organized in the premises of Delhi Public School, Ranchi for students of class IV.
After a cut throat competition in the Girls Singles, Ananya of class IV-H won the match defeating Kashvi of class IV-G, whereas, in the Boys Singles, Snehasish Dey of class IV-E defeated Snehal Raj Singh of class IV-F.
In the Girls Doubles, Pawni Gupta and Anisha Kachchap of class IV-C won the match and left Mannat and Prachi of class IV-D as the runner up, whereas in the Boys Doubles, Saksham Sharma and Kumar Aryan of class IV-G were declared the winner and Sai Shubham Sahu and Kaushik Shrivastav of class IV-B the runner up.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school congratulated the winners on their victory.
World Deworming Day
On the occasion of World Deworming Day, on 8th February, 2018 the Students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi were updated about parasitic worms, its impact on children, worm transmission cycle, the direct and indirect benefits of deworming and the importance of hygiene and health.
On this day, all the students were also given deworming tablets.
Dr. Ram Singh, the Principal of DPS Ranchi said that World Deworming Day is the one of the largest single-day public health initiatives in the world.
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.