Intramural Basketball Tournament in DPS Ranchi
Delhi Public School Ranchi organizes an Intramural Basketball Tournament for both boys and girls. The Intramural Basketball Tournament will take place from 28th June to 30th June 2017 in the basketball court of the school premises.
The tournament was inaugurated by the honorable Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh with a Jump ball. On this opening day of the tournament the Principal said that it is very important to have these tournaments in the school. Today the children are found busy in their mobile phones and laptops which lead them to become physically unfit. Therefore, it’s important for the children to be to a part of sports activities for their overall development. He also encouraged the students to play at the state and national level in the days to come.
The houses are divided into two pools, Pool A and Pool B. Pool A consists of Chenab, Ganges and Jamuna, and whereas, Pool B consists of Jhelum, Ravi and Sutlej. This tournament is organized for the students of class VI to IX.
Today total 4 matches were played between the two pools. The basketball matches were played between Chenab vs Jamuna and Jhelum vs Sutlej. In the match between the girls Jamuna defeated Chenab by 8/0 and Jhelum defeated Sutlej by 4/0, whereas in boys Jamuna defeated Chenab by 3/0 and Jhelum defeated Sutlej by 6/0. Tomorrow the matches will be played between Jamuna vs Ganges for both girls and boys.
Two Festivals of Diverse India were Celebrated Together in DPS Ranchi
India has always enjoyed the essential unity of culture amidst diversities that kept her people united.
The two different festivals of diverse India were celebrated together in the primary section of DPS Ranchi. On this occasion of the celebration of the two festivals Id-ul-Fitr and Rath Yatra, the Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that such celebrations bring friendliness and bonding at a very young age. These kinds of celebration also bring togetherness and inculcate respect and independent thinking in young minds.
It was a colourful foray by the tiny tots who were in the traditional attire of salwar-kameez, pyajama-kurta and Dhoti-Kurta. Children came out of their classroom to mark both the occasions together. Young ones were with the chariot of “Lord Jagannath” and greeted each other “Id-Mubarak” as well to celebrate both the festivals.
Delhi Public School Ranchi welcomed the fresher’s of class XI
Delhi Public School Ranchi welcomed the fresher’s of class XI in its premises on 22nd June 2017. Welcoming the students the Principal of the School Dr. Ram Singh addressed the children. He spoke about the achievements and what the school expects from them. He also said that in DPS we give equal importance to both co curricular and extracurricular activities because it not only helps in shaping the personality but also making confident global citizen.
The science and commerce toppers of the school shared their views and gave valuable tips to the newly enrolled Dipsites. Anirudh Anil Ojha the science topper and the JEE Advanced topper of the school emphasized on smart work, determination and dedication. Manya (Science Topper) said that along with hard work needs to be contented and happy only then it is possible to give your best. She also said that solving sample papers will be highly beneficial.
Muskan Khowal (Commerce Topper) was of the opinion that concepts should be clear so that application based questions can be dealt comfortably. The importance of class room teaching, regularity and punctuality was also highlighted by her.
Tiyasha Mishra who has clinched a seat in AIIMS Spoke about the importance of being thorough with the NCERT books especially in Biology.
While concluding this session the head of the institution cited the works of Netaji Shubhash Chandra Bose and Swami Vivekananda and promised that he will not leave any stone unturned to provide the best facilities to the students so that they can achieve their goals.
The students who attended the program found the entire session to be extremely useful and enriching. They said that it was the outstanding performance of the school that motivated them to enroll themselves in this school.
International Day of Yoga Celebrated at DPS Ranchi
On the occasion of International Day of Yoga day Delhi Public School Ranchi celebrated the day with great enthusiasm and vigour. The event began with a short prayer.
Initiated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of our country the entire nation along with the rest of the world celebrated International’b Day of Yoga, on 21.06-2017 Delhi Public School Ranchi too celebrated this day with great pomp and show where the entire school performed an array of "Asanas" in unison with the Principal taking the lead. This day was celebrated for the first time on 21st June 2015.
Sharing his view on International Day of Yoga, in his speech the head of the institution Dr. Ram Singh said that yoga is important for remaining fit and healthy and it is more important for students as it increases their concentration level as well as it helps them to fight stress. Therefore yoga should be practiced daily at least for 20 minutes.
It is important to mention here that yoga is not only a physical exercise where one twists, turns, stretches and breaths in the most complex way but, rather a technique that teaches you how one can perform wonders by gaining control over ones breathing.
The teachers liked the event and said that it was the best opportunity to know about yoga and its importance. Children also felt that yoga is beneficial for them for their physical as well as mental growth.
Musical Evening on the occasion of World Music Day at DPS Ranchi
DPS Ranchi believes in grooming a child to their utmost potential both academically and culturally. In keeping with this idea a soulful musical evening was organised on the occasion of World Music Day in the Vivekananda Auditorium on 21-06-2017.
Mr. N.N. Sinha (IAS) Additional Chief Secretary Government of Jharkhand was the chief guest for this programme and Mr. Rahul Sharma (Sec. Tourism Jharkhand) as a special guest.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school extended a warm welcome to all the distinguished guests and thanked the audience specially the children for attending this programme. In his speech he also made the people aware about the differences between western and classical music. He also said that such kind of programmes were meant to connect the people specially the young generation with the rich heritage of Indian Classical music which in turn in help to foster Indian values.
The Chief Guest for today’s programme said that its indeed a wonderful coincidence that International Yoga Day and World Music Day is being celebrated on the same day because both music and yoga are equally beneficial for the relaxation of the mind.
After this the internationally acclaimed musician were felicitated by the Chief Guest and the Principal of the school.
The eminent artists of the evening were the great Flute Mastero Pt. Rakesh Chaurasia and
Pt. Tarun Bhattacharya a Santoor player of great acclaim. They were accompanied by the renowned Tabla player Pt. Ram Kumar Mishra. This musical extravaganza enthralled the audience and created a beautiful musical atmosphere.
‘Spic Macay’ is basically a voluntary youth movement which promotes intangible aspects of Indian cultural heritage like Indian classical music, classical music, folk music, yoga, meditation, crafts and other aspects of Indian culture.
On the whole the programme was a huge success and the audience was of the opinion that it was an experience of a life time and the melodious presentation was extremely soothing to their minds especially when life today has become extremely mechanical and mundane.
DPS Ranchi introduced the first of its kind Digital Lab
A huge computer lab with 300 computers with Wi-Fi facility was inaugurated on 13.06.2017 in Delhi Public School Ranchi. It was inaugurated by Shri B.N. Thakur ED RDCIS SAIL and Shri J.C. Mahapatra Pro vice chairman DPS Ranchi & GM personal RDCIS SAIL in the presence of Dr. Ram Singh the principal of the school.
On this occasion the Pro Vice chairman said that it was a great pleasure to be a part of this inauguration ceremony and he also said that this would be highly beneficial for shaping their future.
Dr. Ram Singh the principal of the school who is always ready to provide the best facilities to the children was of the opinion that this lab which is equipped with more than 300 computers will help the children to grow intellectually.
The student were extremely elated about the new development in the school and Sarveshwar Ishan of V F said that “I am lucky to be a part of this school.
DPS Ranchi elects its student council Primary Wing
Democracy at its peak in Delhi Public School its student council election. Leadership is the capacity to transform vision into reality. Nurturing the budding leaders and inculcating the democratic values, DPS Ranchi held an election to select its Head Boy and Head Girl, Primary wing on 10th May, 2017 at Vivekanand Auditorium.
School campus was abuzz with slogans during campaigning process. Students participated in this election with earnest passion, Zeal and enthusiasm. Participants delivered speech to influence the voters like experienced leaders with the required expression and tone. In desire for success and head on, the competitors came prepared with variety of promises, slogans like
‘Achhe din Aane Wale Hain’, ‘Vote for ____ , ‘Forget the rest cold he heard all over.
After the campaigning Principal Dr. Ram Singh and Vice Principal Mr. Omair cast their votes in Ballot Boxes followed by the students who learnt the most precious right of a responsible citizens.
On this occasion, Dr. Ram Singh said that election for student council signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly inverted office bearers. He exhorted that DPS is a leader in child education and produce not children who excel in academics but we prepare them for the adventure of life.
With the announcement of the results, the suspense ended, the curtain has keen raised. DPS Ranchi Primary Wing got the new emerging leaders in form of Yash Raj as Head Boy and Shreya Saraswat as Head Girl. who will share responsibilities with additional Head Girl Aafia Khalid.
Fun Filled Summer Camp at DPS Ranchi
The children today are bubbling with energy and in order to channelize their zeal into something productive and enjoyable Delhi Public School Ranchi has organised special Sports Training Programmes. This summer camp has been oraganised in two phases and the 1st phase was flagged off on 09.05.2017 by the Principal of the School Dr. Ram Singh.
The 1st phase will be conducted from 09.05.2017 to 12.05.2017 (04:30 pm – 06:00 pm) and the 2nd phase will be conducted from 13.05.2017 to 18.05.2017 ( 06:30am – 08:30am). This summer camp will enable the children to have their skills in various events ranging from – Basketball, Cricket, Badminton, Chess, Athetics. A team of professional experts have been appointed to impart adequate training to the children, so that they can become experts at Stata and National level.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school while inaugurating the programme said that these seminars have been started keeping in view the importance of physical activities and to enhance the sporting skills through rigorous training. He also said special emphasis on the fact that outdoor games are important for the overall development of a child.
7 STUDENTS OF DPS Ranchi in Czech Republic to participate in World School Debate
The students of Delhi Public School Ranchi are in Prague (Czech Republic) to participate in World School Debate. The seven students of Class XI who are there to represent their school are Rounak Prakash, Gurmeet Kaur, Rishav Jalan, Aditya Bose, Yash Saraf, Shruti Bora and Suhani.
This is a world wide event for the students of plus 2 level in which 46 teams from all over the world are participating.
In the first round, Team- A comprising Gurmeet Kaur, Raunak Prakash and Rishav Jalan defeated a sensational team from Georgia in a prepared round whose topic of argument was that "The western democracies failed to support the Democratic change in Syria by a timely military intervention" and in an impromptu round defeated Hungary. The team from DPS Ranchi spoke for the motion
At the very same time, in another round, Team B comprising Aditya Bose, Yash Saraf, Shruti Bora and Suhani engaged in a marvellous victory over teams from Greece as well as from Turkey in both the impromptu rounds whose topic of discussion was that "The house wishes to ban fortune telling" and "The house believes that the business should be able to deny to impart service to a customer if the request conflicts with the owners religious beliefs." The logic put forth by the students were highly appreciated by the members of the jury. Further team A defeated UAE in the 6th round and at the same time team B defeated Italy. They still have a few more rounds to go to prove their mettle. The observer teacher Ms Jaya Prasad reported that both the teams are doing extremely well.
Dr. Ram Singh, the Principal of the school spoke to the students through SKYPE and congratulated them conveying his best wishes for the other rounds. He strongly feels that more competition will enable the students to become smart and confident global citizens.
The students in turn were thankful to the principal of the school for providing them with an excellent opportunity to meet great debaters from all over the world. They were also thankful to him for giving them a chance to get acquainted with one of the most wonderful cities of the world, with its ancient narrow streets and a gorgeous historical charm. They said that they will try their level best to secure the top most position in this Debate Competition and make the school proud.
Delhi Public School, Ranchi celebrates Rabindra Nath Tagore’s Birth Anniversary
A cultural programme was showcased by the students of Class III on the occasion of Rabindra Nath Tagore’s birthday, 25th day of Baisakh in the school auditorium.
The programme started with lighting the lamp and garlanding the picture of the Nobel Laureate.
A brief enactment on the life of Rabindra Nath Tagore was presented beautifully by the kids.
Children highlighted his thoughts on education system and a glimpse of Shanti Niketan was presented through the skit, the students recited a very enriching and enlightening poem written by him.
‘WHERE THE MIND IS WITHOUT FEAR AND THE HEAD IS HELD HIGH’
The programme concluded with the scene depicting the felicitation of Tagore with the Nobel Prize for his work Gitanjali and the rendition of the National Anthem.