A workshop on Good Touch and Bad Touch
With the objective of spreading awareness and educating children about child sexual abuse, Delhi Public School has launched a ‘good touch, bad touch’ campaign in the school.
Through this campaign, children were explained different criteria and parameters about how to distinguish between loving touch and abusive touch.
Children were educated through role plays enacted by teachers how to differentiate between a good touch and bad touch.
What is noteworthy is that in 95 per cent of cases, the perpetrator is known to the child so, the children where explained that if ever they come across such incidence, they should never hesitate to tell their teachers or parents.
It is high time that such initiatives are taken to increase awareness and stop the sexual exploitation of children in our country.
On this occasion Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that in general our society doesn’t want to discuss on abusive touch with children but for the safe present and future of our children this type of awareness programme is helpful.
Painting Competition on Paryatan Parv
To celebrate the spirit of tourism Paryatan Parv and with the aim to motivate people to support and contribute towards Incredible India, Delhi Public School, Ranchi on the behalf of Jharkhand Tourism Development Corporation organized a painting competition for the students of class IV&V.
The themes of the competition were ‘The Role of Tourism in the Mutual Understanding and Harmony’ and ‘Environmental Sustainable Tourism’. The main motive of the competition was to promote tourism among the students.
Apart from painting competition various other competitions such as easy writing, slogan writing, debate and quiz was also conducted on this day.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school said that it was a great opportunity for the students to showcase their knowledge and understanding Jharkhand and its culture.
Prof. Dr. P.K. Barhai at DPS Ranchi (English)
A session for the students of class IX was organized in Delhi Pubic School, Ranchi on 24th October 2017. The spokesperson of the session was Prof. Dr. P.K. Barhai the former Vice Chancellor of BIT Messra.
Prof. Dr. P.K. Barhai the former Vice Chancellor of BIT Messra started as a Junior Researcher Fellow with the Dibrugarh University. He has also worked as the Dean of Research and Sponsored Analyst.
Dr. Barhai interacted with the students and told them how to approach a topic in science. He enlightened the students about the basic elements of science such as light, list count and magnetic field.
He shared that the thought and the life choices of an individual changes with the passage of time. He encouraged the students to consult their parents before choosing a career instead of accepting their friend’s choice. He also said that it is important to know the depth and weight. This will help you understand that the field you are going to choose is meant for you or not.
Dr. Barhai also encouraged the students to face challenges and try to gain opportunities which will give them the courage to face the ups and downs of their life.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school thanked Dr. Barhai for sharing his knowledge with the students and said that the session will help the students choose a right career for themselves.
At the end of the session the students said that the session has solved several of their career related queries. He also paved the way to choose the correct career.
Dipsites Pledged to Celebrate Eco-Friendly Diwali
Students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi took a pledge to say a big ‘No’ to ‘Crackers’ this Diwali and to illumine the life of others with generosity and kindness. Students from Baal Sikhsha Kendra were invited to celebrate Diwali with the students of the Primary wing. They exchanged attractive cards and diays with the message of ‘No Cracker’ let’s celebrate a pollution free Diwali.
In this context a procession was taken out on 17th October 2017, tuesday by the students and teachers to spread the awareness of harmful effects of pollution produced by the crackers in the festivals of light.
Principal Dr. Ram Singh also joined his hand in this divine act and asked the students to convince one more child to make a vow not to burst a single cracker. He also mentioned that May this festival of light fill your life with the glow of happiness and sparkle of joy.
Students took pledge to follow the words of Principal Dr. Ram Singh and to celebrate delightful and eco- friendly diwali.
Dr. M.K Mishra, V.C. BIT Messra Interacts with Dipsites
Delhi Public School, Ranchi organised an interactive session for the students of class XI on 17th October 2017, Tuesday. The resource person of the day was Prof. Dr. M.K. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, B.I.T. Messra.
Prof. Dr. M.K. Mishra is the Vice Chancellor of BIT Messra, who is been awarded for several academic achievements such as US-India Professorship of American Physical Society and University Of Florida, Lowdin Lecture- Quantum Theory project, University of USA. He was also the Associate Editor for the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry and the list goes on.
While interacting with the students he enlightened the student’s about the top universities of the world. He also discussed about the rating of the Indian universities. He shared his life’s experiences with the students both in India as well as abroad. Sharing his experiences he told the students about the ‘Ekal Vidhyalay’ which consisted of all classes of primary section in one room with just one teacher.
He encouraged the students to study in Indian institutions and colleges. He also informed them about the history of India, which says that the county had the best of the universities of the world. He enlightened them about the knowledge of the intellectual capacity of the Indians.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school expressed his gratitude for sharing his journey and knowledge with the students. He also said that these information’s will help the students choose the right institutions in future
At the end of the session the students said that they were ready with the right hind of arms and ammunitions to wage the battle of life. We are the catalysts and promoters of the reaction called development and this session was highly beneficial for us to go ahead in life.
Intramural Football Tournament (Junior)
Playground of Delhi Public School, Ranchi created the impression of Barcelona Stadium at the intramural football finals (junior) which was played on 17th October 2017 between students of Class V-B and V-F.
Team of V-B was led by Master Kumar Sanyam whereas; Master Yash Raj led V-F.
Enthusiastic players, spontaneous commentators and ardent supporters of both teams created a perfect set-up for a spectacular match.
In the cut throat competition class V- F registered his victory by 4/0 goals.
Yash Ansh Karo of class V-F bagged the title of ‘Man of the Match’.
Principal Dr. Ram Singh congratulated the teams for their sportsmanship spirit. He said that games not just make children physically and mentally strong but also provides hands on experiences of life skills.
A session on Paryatan Parv
To celebrate the spirit of tourism and motivate people to participate in activities showcasing the tourism potential of Incredible India, Government of India has launched the campaign Paryatan Parv. Delhi Public School, Ranchi is celebrating the Paryatan Parv from 5th October 2017 till 25th October 2017. In this context a session for the students of classes VII & VII was organized for the students on 16th October 2017.
The resource person for the day was Dr. Alok Prasad, Department of Tourism, Art-Culture, Sports and youth Affairs, Government of Jharkhand.
The parv aims at supporting tourism in India and would revolve around elements like promoting tourism for all and organizing cultural activities.
Dr. Alok Prasad shared with the students about the tourism, culture and history of Jharkhand. He enlightened the students on how to develop these services according to the tourists, how tourism helps in employment from lower to higher class and different type of strategies of marketing and promoting tourism.
He encouraged the students to visit the historical tourism spots of Jharkhand and know about its history. He shared about the different kinds of tourism such as: religious tourism, rural tourism, cultural tourism adventure tourism, and mining tourism, heritage tourism etc. with the students.
While addressing the students he also informed the students about the tourism services which provide the tourists with information, connectivity, facility and safety.
Closing of The international Chess Championship-17
The DPS International Chess Championship Girls (open)-2017 hosted by DPS Ranchi under the aegis of DPS Society, New Delhi was declared closed on 15th October 2017 (Sunday). Mr. C. B. Sharma Chairman NIOS New Delhi graced the event as the Chief Guest.
With 9 Match Points DPS Gurgaon won the Championship and Navya Tayal and Ishvi Aggarwal were the team members. DPS R.K. Puram New Delhi was declared as the runner up in which the team members were Saanya Mahesh and Eesha Shekhar.
The game of chess as we all know requires immense amount of mental concentration and the children should be encouraged to play this game as this enhances their sharpness. This was the main objective behind organizing this championship.
The Closing Ceremony began with a welcome song and a welcome dance.
The Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh congratulated the winning teams and said that that these kinds of competitions give the students a chance to showcase their mental ability; it also guides and encourages the young sportsman to peruse a career in the field of sports. He also said that it is through these programmes we can help the children to remain mentally and physically fit. It was also stated by him that it is participation that is more important and not winning as winning and losing are the two sides of a coin.
The Chief Guest Mr. C. B. Sharma felicitated the winners with the winning trophy.
Congratulating the winning teams Chief Guest congratulated the brilliant performance of all the schools and said that hard work is the only key to
Dipsites visit old age home
To satiate the innate attraction and desire of kids to care for the elders, a trip to Old Age Home was organized by Delhi Public School, Ranchi for the students of Primary Section on 16th October 2017. The Children of class V got an opportunity to know and visit the senior citizens.
The inmates though old and feeble gave the children a warm welcome. The Children greeted them with great enthusiasm. There was a huge smile on the faces of children and elderly people.
To break the monotony of their lives, the students performed a cultural show for senior citizen. They started with a prayer followed by a street play, stand-up comedy and a garland of yesteryears Hindi songs. They also distributed handmade earthen lamps and cards. These were whole heartedly enjoyed and appreciated by them.
It was a fest to the eyes and hearts to watch the children interacting with elderly people. They were elated and blessed the children and withed that they become good human beings and make their parents proud.
The students gave the elderly people a few moments of joy but came back with a life time experience.
Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that it was an attempt to develop empathy, compassion and sensitize students to the predicaments of aged people. He added that such trip makes them socially responsible which is very important aspect of personality.
Dipsites visit Ranchi Veterinary College and Hospital
To satiate the innate attraction and desire of kids to care for animals a field trip to Ranchi Veterinary College and Hospital was organized by Delhi Public School, Ranchi for the students of class III. The Children get a behind-the- scene glimpse at life in practice.
The in charge of Ranchi Veterinary College and Hospital Dr. A.K. Srivastava and his assistants gave the children a very hands on experience on what it means to care for animals. The children were given a full tour of the hospital.
They were shown how to care for animals and how X-rays and Ultra- sound machines work. It was a wonderful experience and developed kindness and respect for animals in children.
Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that such trips builds character and helps our children develop into well rounded human beings that approach the world with a concern and respect for others.