Interactive Sessioni on Vigilence Awareness Week
An interactive session was organized on the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Week from 30th October to 4th November 2017, for the students of classes VIII-IX by the Central Bureau of Investigation Organization on 3rd November 2017 in Delhi Public School, Ranchi. The spokesperson for the day was Mr. S. Malik Additional S.P., CBI.
Mr. Malik addressed the students and made them aware about the ill effects of corruption and the means to fight them. He shared with them what problems CBI is facing to control corruption and what initiatives they take to control it. Encouraging the students he gave them the tips to tackle corruption in the different fields of their life and said that they are the future of the nation and their contribution is more important.
While interacting with the students Mr. Malik also shared with them that CBI is organization which contributes to make India a corruption free Country. He shared with them about the functioning of CBI.
During the session the students asked several questions related to CBI and its contribution in full filling the vision of corruption free India, such as Alex asked about how CBI keeps India corruption free, Asifa Fatima asked about the corruption related problems CBI faces in their investigation etc. On been asked such questions Mr. Malik enlightened the students with the iformation.
Along with it the students also shared their opinion on corruption and to overcome it. They also shared with Mr. Malik about a situation when an honest officer is been exploited by a dishonest officer due to corruption and how positivity help an individual to irradiate corruption from India.
Dr. Ram Singh the head of the institution thanked Mr. Malik for sharing his knowledge on corruption with the students and said that as charity begins from home in the same way corruption also begins from home.
Various Competitions organised on Vigilence Awareness Week
On the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Week from 30th October to 4th November 2017, a Story Telling, Cartoon Drawing and a Skit Writing Competition was organized for the students of classes VI – X by the
‘Employee Provident Fund Organization’ on 3rd November 2017 in Delhi Public School, Ranchi.
The theme of the competition was ‘My Vision: Corruption Free India’.
In the Cartoon Drawing Competition Shubham Shashmal (VIIG) & Harshita (VIG) won the1st Prize, Rahul Kumar Giri (VI H) & Piyush Sengupta (VII D) won the 2nd Prize and Akshat Mehta (VIA) & Pranav Raj (VIE) won the 3rd Prize.
In the Skit Writing Competition Shruti Sinha of Class IX E won the1st Prize, Piyush Kumar of Class VIII F won the 2nd Prize and Jaya Maheshwari of Class VII A won the 3rd Prize.
In the Story Telling Competition Aishwarya Taneja of Class VI B won the1st Prize, Snehil of Class VI F won the 2nd Prize and Drishika Priya of Class VI F won the 3rd Prize.
The winners were awarded with the certificates.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school congratulated the winners and said that it is feels proud to see such talented and creative students. He also said that it was a great initiative to make to the students aware about corruption and encourage them to take step towards corruption free India.
Competitions organised at DPS Ranchi on Vigilance Awareness Week
On the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Week a Poster Making Competition and a Debate Competition was organized in the premises of Delhi Public School, Ranchi by the Vigilance Department of SAILS Unit Ranchi. Mr. Kajal Das Executive Director (CET) was the Chief Guest and Mr. K.J. Chauhan DGM (Finance), SAIL was the Guest of Honor for the day.
Mr. Sanjay Agarwal (ACVO), Mr. Prashant Kumar (AGM) and Mr. Vikas Kumar Singh (Sr. Manager) of Vigilance Department were also present for the day. Mr. Prashant Kumar and Mr. Vikas Kumar Singh are been awarded with the Vigilance Excellence Award by the Vice President of India Mr. M. Venkia Naidu.
Students of 14 schools of the Ranchi participated in the competition namely Oxford Public School, Bridgeford School, DAV Bariatu, Cambrian Public School, Loyla Convent School, St. Anthony, Vivekananda Vidhya Mandir, Karali School, Sachidanand Gayan Bharti School, Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Hinoo, DAV Kapildev Public School, Guru Nanak School, J.V.M. Shayamli and Delhi Public School, Ranchi.
The theme of the Debate Competition was ‘Can an individual make corruption free India ’.
In this competition the Akansha Tiwary of Delhi Public School, Ranchi won the 1st position, Beena Choudhary of Loyola School won the 2nd position, Ananya Singh of Bridgeford School won the 3rd position , Rachit Agarwal of J.V.M. Shyamli won the 1st consolation prize and Tasmia Abrar of Kerali School won the 2nd consolation prize for the motion.
Whereas, Preerna of Kerali School won the 1st position, Kush Taneja of Delhi Public School, Ranchi won the 2nd position, Mohit Kumar Sharma of Bridgeford School won the 3rd position, Ananya Kumari of Guru Nanak School won the 1st consolation prize and Aritra Mahanty of Kendriya Vidhyaly Hinoo won the 2nd consolation prize against the motion.
On the other hand the Poster Making Competition was divided into two groups. Group A consisted of students of classes VI-VIII and Group B consisted of the
Intramural Cricket Tournament (Finals) Played (Class VI-IX)
Intramural Cricket Tournament (Boys) final of class VI- IX was played in the premises of Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 2nd November, 2017.
The final match of the tournament was played between Chenab House vs Jhelum House. Chenab House won the toss and decided to field. Jhelum House gave Chenab House the target of 81 runs and Chenab House won the match in 6 wickets. The10 over match was of a cut throat competition.
In Jhelum House Chinmay scored 31, Ashishi scored 25 and Shrey scored 10 runs and Chinmay and Ashish took 1-1 wickets.
In Chenab House Rahul Raj scored 46 and Aniket scored 23 runs and Rahul Raj took 3 and Rahul Mehta took 2 wickets.
Education @ U.K. Fair
Education @ U.K. Fair in DPS Ranchi
In an effort to give global exposure to the student community and provide them ample opportunities to spread their wings Delhi Public School Ranchi organized an Education @ U.K. Fair in school premises on 1st November 2017.
The leading universities of United Kingdom namely University of Exeter, University of Leeds, Kings College London, University of Chester and Cardiff University participated in the fair and the imparted authenticated information’s through their desks.
More than 500 students from various educational institutions of Jharkhand attended the fair and benefitted out of it. Members of British council addressed the students in multiple sessions on application process to these universities and also on IELTS which helped the students in getting acquainted with the minute details.
The aim of the fair was to provide information to students about the opportunities of higher education in UK and the ways of getting in there by providing a one on one interaction with the university representatives.
The students were offered with free profile evaluation with universities of their choice.
It was a great opportunity for both students and parents to procure information about the courses and curriculums offered by these U.K. based universities.
Dr. Ram Singh who is the known for his innovative ideas and is also the Ambassador Mission Knowledge came up with the concept of a one of its kind education fair. In his view it will urge the students to break stereotypes and broaden their horizon in the field of academics.
At the end of the fair parents and the students shared their views and were of the opinion that, this educational fair has widened the scope for the pupils learning towards academic prospects abroad.
Intramural Cricket Tournament On 1st November
Intramural Cricket Tournament organized in the premises of Delhi Public School Ranchi. In the Cricket Tournament was played by the students of class VI - IX.
In the Cricket Tournament semi final match was played between Jamuna House vs Chenab House and Jhelum House vs Sutlej House.
In the first semi finals Chenab House defeated Jamuna House by 13 Runs and in the second semifinal Jhelum House defeated Sutlej House by 6 wickets and qualified for the finals.
Tomorrow the final match of the tournament will be played between Chenab House vs Jhelum House.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school congratulated the winning teams said that along with mental ability physical fitness is also important and therefore these activities are important for the students. He also wished luck to the finalist teams.
Yash Saboo of DPS Ranchi Makes Headlines in overseas
DPS Ranchi has once again proved that dipsites of Ranchi are not only best in their homeland but on foreign land as well.
Yash Saboo of DPS Ranchi is presently studying in ALBIA Community High School, USA. He was selected through a rigorous selection procedure to represent his country for the Foreign Exchange Programme.
It is a matter of immense pride and honor for the school that Yash Saboo was selected as an Outstanding Delegate. He was a member of a Model United Nations Team and participated in the IOWA Youth Symposium in Des Moines, there he researched, discussed, wrote a position paper and finally delivered a speech on technical disputes in the of South China Sea.
A foreign exchange program provides the students with educational, personal and career and future benefits. It helps the students tin their self-development and awareness leading to enhanced self-confidence and self-esteem. They are fuelled by the necessity to confront challenges outside a familiar support network and comfort zone which results to maturity and social poise.
Dr. Ram Singh the principal of the school expressed his heart's elation on hearing this news. He said that his joy knew no bands when he was informed that one of his students is making headlines in foreign lands. As the head of the institution it has been his constant endeavor to give the best possible opportunity to his students. He strongly feels that the children have a lot of potential lying dormant in them and it is our duty to guide them in the right track so that they are able to prove their mettle in India as well as abroad.
This year two more students have been selected to be a part of the Foreign Exchange Programme.
Ambassador’ Mission Knowledge of IFUNA
Known for his unique and innovative ideas in the field of education Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of Delhi Public School Ranchi has been designated as the ‘Ambassador’ Mission Knowledge by the Indian Federation of United Nations Associations (IFUNA).
Indian Federation of United Nations Associations in association with United Nation Information Centre for India and Bhutan and The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), celebrated he United Nations Day-2017 at UNESCO Auditorium 1San on 30th October 2017.
In this prestigious ceremony dignitaries were awarded with designations who have excelled in various field among which Dr. Ram Singh was designated as the ‘Ambassador’ Mission Knowledge.
Based on Paris UNESCO is a specialized agency of United Nations (UN). Its purpose is to contribute peace and security by promoting international collaboration through educational, scientific and cultural reforms to increase universal respect for justice, the rule of law, and human rights along with fundamental freedom proclaimed in United Nations Charter. It aims to contribute to the building of peace, eradication of poverty, sustainable development and intercultural dialogue through education, the sciences, culture communication and information.
To fulfil its objectives UNESCO pursues five major programs namely education, natural science, social/ human science, culture and communication/information. UNESO also sponsors projects which includes literacy, technical and teacher-training programs, international science programs, the promotion of independent media and freedom of press, regional and cultural history projects, the promotional and cultural diversity, translations of the world literature, international, cooperation agreements to secure the worlds cultural and natural heritage to preserve human rights and attempt to bridge the World Wide Digital divide.
The organisation also prioritizes quality Education for All and Lifelong learning, addressing emerging social and ethical challenges fostering cultural diversity, a culture of peace and building inclusive knowledge societies through information and communication.
The ‘Ambassador’ Mission Knowledge of IFUNA, Dr. Ram Singh felt highly honoured to receive such a designation and said that it is a glory to be a part of such a great organisation. He also said that he feels motivated to multiply his efforts to introduce new techniques and technology in the field of education. He also added that he is prepared to shoulder more responsibilities and contribute towards the educational upliftment of society. DPS Ranchi has been actively facilitating the students from underprivileged section of society.
Intramural Cricket Tournament Declared open
Intramural Cricket Tournament-2017 was declared open at Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 31st October 2017. The Tournament was played between the students of classes VI-IX.
The tournament was declared open by the honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh.
Dr. Ram Singh wished the students luck and said that sports activities are the best way to make the students a part of sports activities. This helps them keep their mind and body healthy.
Today’s match was played between Jamuna House vs Ganges House in which Jamuna House won by 5 wickets.
National Unity Day celebrated
On the Behalf of Jharkhand Government and SAIL Delhi Public School, Ranchi organized a quiz and essay competition for the students from VI-VIII on 31st October 2017, on the occasion of National Unity Day. The Chief Guest of the day was Mr. S.K. Das RDCIS and Vice Chairman DPS Ranchi.
The topic for the essay competition was ‘Contribution of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in Inddependence’ and quiz competition was conducted on ‘The life of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’ and ‘Goa, its culture, tourism, games and agriculture’.
Duhita won the first, Aranya Chaturvedi the second and Kirti Krishna the third position in the essay competition and in the quiz competition Aakash Kumar and Shakeb Arsalan won the first, Abhu Nirek and Dhruv Singh the Second and Shiv Ratn and Anish Suneja the third position.
The prize winners were felicitated by Mr. S.K. Das RDCIS.
Dr. Ram Singh the principal of the school congratulated the students and appreciated them for their performances and said that on this day of National Unity Day we give pay homage to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and his extraordinary contribution towards the nation with this small competition.
On this occasion Mr. B.N.Thakur R&D SAIL said that, the celebration of National Unity Day helps each and every individual of the nation to be aware about the opportunity to maintain the integral strength of the nation. He also said that it gives us the message to be united and defeat the threats for unity, integrity and security for the nation.
Dipsites also participated in marathon “Run for Unity” organised by Jharkhand govt.