Students Display Their Athletic Prowess At DPS Annual Sports Meet (Senior Section)

Delhi Public School Ranchi has always been a leading torch towards the all round development of pupils. Keeping in mind these ideals and goals the school organised their annual sports meet for the Senior wing on January 21, 2017 where the students were given a chance to unleash their prowess. Brigadier Sunil Kumar NV (Indian Army) was the Chief Guest for the Inauguration ceremony and Shri Saurabh Tiwary a cricketer par excellence and of international acclaim was the guest of honour. The presence of Shri Upendra Kushwaha, Honourable  Minister of State for Human Resource Development (School Education & Literacy) govt. of India added a special touch to this mega event.

The inaugural ceremony commenced to a spectacular start with the rendition of a melodious welcome song by the school choir.

After which Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school took the podium to address the esteemed guests, and enlightened them on the need for the holistic development of children in today’s competitive world. He stressed on the importance of the healthy body along with the healthy mind for students to realize their potential.

This was followed by the unfurling of school flag by the chief guest then the school choir took the stage to instill the spirit and aim of DPS with the presentation of the school song. This was followed by the March-Past in which the children of 6 houses Ganges, Jamuna, Chenab, Jhelum, Ravi and Sutlej marched to the precise and excellent beats of the school band.

After this the oath was taken by the students for fair and just meet. The chief guest declared the meet open subsequently. The flame of sportsmanship was set ablaze by Shri Saurav Tiwary and handed over to the athletes of the school.

The cultural events included a spectacular display of yogic posture in perfect synchrony by the students of class VII and the students of class VI were at there agile best while presenting wonderful show of aerobics. Folk dance has always been a favourite for all because of its rhythm and spirit here on the grounds of DPS Ranchi the pupils of class VIII presented a commendable show of folk dances of Kashmir, Punjab and Jharkhand. The love of Jharkhand was brought on the fields by the young Dipsites with their rhythmic movements.

After the dazzling displays the track and field event were held to the cheerful and encouraging responses from the audience. The myriad events which transpire definitely entertained the spectators be it the relay races or the grulling 1500 mts. race.

Brigadier Sunil Kumar N.V. while addressing the students said that let there be no dull boys and girls and each and every individual should be trained enough to get the rightful place in the society he also cited the example of Dhyanchand, Milkha Singh  and  the likes who have made a niche for themselves in the field of sports. It was also said by him that Aristotle once said children should learn to respect their teachers because those who educated children are more important than those who give them birth. He was full of praise for the head of the institution because of his immense contribution in the all round development of the children and said that he fills proud that his daughter is a part of this prestigious institution and she has more respect for her teachers than parents. It was his earnest request that all the parents present there should give a standing ovation to the teachers and principal of the school because he feels that DPS Ranchi stands much ahead of other schools in all spheres.

Shri S.A. Lathkar, I.G. C.R.P.F. Ranchi was the chief guest for the closing ceremony, Shri Amol V. Homkar, DIG, South Chhottanagpur Range was the special guest and Shri Kranti Kumar Gardeshi, S.P. Special Branch was the guest of honour.

The event came to an end with the prize distribution ceremony, where the victors were awarded laurels for their feats by our esteemed guest Shri Upendra Kushwaha. Honable Minister of State for HRD (School Education & Literacy). He is an Indian politician who has been a member of parliament from Karokati Lok Sabha in Rohtas district. He is also a former member and founder of Rashtriya Lok Samta Party. Shri Kushwaha was state General Secretary in Yuva Lok Dal. Starting off with his career, he was a university professor in Dept. of Political Science in Samta college. He is also associated with CBSE and has inspired and awarded CBSE teachers for their work in the field of school education. 

After giving away the prize he congratulated the students for putting up such a colourful show. He also said that the children should be encouraged to take part in different sports events and in the years to come it is these children who will make their nation proud by representing their country at international levels. He said  that it is  the rule of sports that one who is a loser today might be come a winner  tomorrow. Children should keep on striving for success, they should not give up . In his speech he quoted the words of Swami Vivekananda  Education is not gathering  information but using them to face  hardship and challenges in life in the true meaning of education. He also said that the prime minister of India too is concerned about the bright future of the children of our country . According to him it is  duty if the teachers to bring out the hidden talent and  create opportunities  for them.

The annual sports meet was truly a mesmerizing display of extravagant cultural bonanza which was met with great applause. The students set an example for the society as they participated with zeal and true spirit of sportsmanship.

  • Jhelum House was Declared winners of March Past
  • 4x100 mtr relay Race  Girls Classes XI – XII was won by Jhelum House .
  • Sutlaj  and Ganges got the 2nd & 3rd Position
  1. Best players – Class VI

-          Anisha Sharma VI  - Ravi House among girls

-          Arsh  Class VI  - Sutlej House among Boys

  1. Class VII – VIII

-          Rajshree Tigga  VIII -  Ravi House among girls

-          Ritik Raj  VIII – Sutlej House among Boys

  1. Class IX – XII

-          Samarthaya Jaiswal  XI – Ganges House

-          Kamlesh Tirkey XI – Sutlej House

  1. 4x400 mtr Relay Race Boys class IX – X was won by Ravi House followed by Ganges and Jhelum

Ganges House  emerged as  the overall Champion




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Annual Sports Day Celebrated at DPS, Ranchi (Junior Wing)

List of Participants with Winner

Annual Sports Day of DPS, Ranchi had a great start at its school premises on the be right and cheerful morning of 20th January 2017. Chief Guest of the occasion was Shri B.B. Pradhan (DGP, HomeGuard and Fire Service, Jharkhand) and the Guest of Honour was Shri Anurag Gupta (Add. DGP, Special Branch, Jharkhand). Other esteemed guest present on the occasion was Shri Prashant Kumar ¼Municipal Commissioner, Ranchi½


The programme commenced with invocation of welcome song and presentation of bouquet to the esteemed guests. Principal, Dr. Ram Singh extended a warm welcome to the august gathering and said that games and sports are an integral part of student’s life. A sound mind in a sound body is an unavoidable necessity for all particularly for the school going children. Its probably because of self discipline and dedication to excel in sports that brings out the best in students. He highlighted that aim and focus of DPS is to identify inherent potentiality of children and encourage them to participate in all co-curricular activities whole heartedly.

Chief guest unfurled the school flag. Rendition of the school song ‘March DPS March and rhythmic, well synchronized march past by seven houses was followed by oath taking by the participants where they solemnly pledged to uphold the spirit of true sportsmanship. Declaration of sports meet open by the chief guest was entailed by lighting of perpetual torch. Speaking on the occasion chief guest said that future of our children depends on parents, teacher grooming sports is a part of physical education which is very important for holistic development of a child. He said sports day in school offers students opportunity to embrace the benefits of sports.

The opening ceremony had a plethora of colourful and mind blowing cultural programme embellishing the occasion. Students of Class III & IV put up a display of patriotic fervour through their astounding dance performance which enthralled the audience. A dance sequence by the students of class I, II & III expressed the true emotions of sports man spirit. It not only boosted up moral strength of the participants but also energized them for the day long events.

The day was filled with exciting events which became victories for some and near misses for others. Series of events, started with ‘Rabbit Race’ and ‘Balancing the Ball’ in which the students of class Prep showed total balance between body and mind. Students of class IV had an event on ‘planting the sapplings’ which gave the message on keeping the environment clean and green. 4 x 100 mts. Relay race of classes IV & V showed the power of team work. The children were excited and its really quite a joy to see how genuine and eager they were to compete or just to cheer up. Some interesting events were scheduled for parents and the teachers like 200 mts. Race, Musical chair to make the show funfilled.

After a hard fought day full of events, result was declared which was followed by over whelming prize distribution ceremony JHELUM house bagged the first prize in March Past and CHENAB house clinched overall championship. In individual student Sumit Nikki Tirkey of Class VC has won maximum medal and choose best player in boys category whereas Maria Princi Christina has won highest medal and selected as best player in girl category.

Lowering of the school flag which marked end of the closing ceremony was done ceremoniously in presence of the Principal and other esteemed guests.

The day concluded with vote of thanks followed by rendition of National Anthem.


Apart from commemorating victories, sports meet aimed at imparting lessons of sportsmanship, discipline and camaraderie to the children.






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Historic Meeting with Sonal Mannsingh at DPS Ranchi

The day would be embossed in gold for Delhi Public School, Ranchi as the students and faculty of the school got a remarkable opportunity to welcome the iconic cultural personality of India, ace exponent of Indian Classical dances, Padma Vibhushan Dr. Sonal Mannsingh. A multifarious personality who has travelled the world. Dr. Mannsingh has her roots firmly implanted in Indian soil. In her words, “There is no reason to exist without our values, ideals and culture.”


Welcoming Dr. Sonal Mannsingh in the premises of the school, Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that it was a historic moment for DPS Ranchi to have such an inspiring personality to enlighten the students. She has been the founder of centre for of Centre for Indian Classical Dances (CICD), which has been having pupils in various Indian dance forms for last 40 years. She is also associated with the education of poor children. Students of DPS Ranchi welcomed her with a melodious song. Apurva presented a beautiful Sanskrit Shloka which was appreciated by all specially Dr. Sonal Mannsingh. There were series of dance performances by the students.

Pankhuri Jha (X) and Adya Aditi Parida ( VIII) presented Odissi. Rajlaxmi Singh (XI) and Anvesha (XI) danced on the tune of  Bharatnatyam whereas Isha Deep (IX) and Suvigya Shree (IX) gave a mesmerizing performance on Kathak.


Dr. Sonal Mannsingh shared some special moments of her childhood. She emphasized on the element of discipline to achieve something great. She talked about the attributes of a ‘Vidyarthi’ and said that ‘Vidya’ is churning of life and its experiences. She gave five very essential rules for each student to follow in his/her life like – “Kak Snan, Bako Dhyan, Shwan Nidra, Alpahar and Grih Tyag” which would make each one successful in their life. She interacted with the students enthusiastically and was elated to answer their questions. Here are some excerpts:

Vidushi           -Maam, Please share your experience about your first stage performance?

Ans                 - I was a born dancer, My first stage performance was in 1961 in Bangalore. Dance  

critics used to give their view on the performance. At the first time, Gurus used to induct pupils at their own will, not as per the pupils’ wish. 

Sakshi -Maam, have you ever experienced nervousness?

Ans                 -I never take anything for granted. Creative nervousness should be there. 

Aahan -What is the importance of dance in building character or personality?

Ans                 - Dance gives you a sharp awareness of your body and your movements. Mind is

controlled and body, mind, soul and thoughts find better co-ordination through


Kislaya            -What is the difference between foreign students and Indian students that you have


Ans                 -I have trained many foreign students but I feel it is really difficult because dances

in India are not just physical; there is lot of depth in our culture. So, the transfer of

thoughts and concepts to the foreigners is difficult. 

Sakshi - Maam, How can we contribute to our future through dance?

Ans                 -Through art, we can speak a lot. Dance can contribute to education, empowerment

and enlightenment. We can raise issues related to women, environment etc.


through dance.

Dr. Mannsingh talked about the essence of India. She said that potential in this country is nowhere to be found. She encouraged the students to respect their culture and traditions as the future is in their hands. 

At last she also appreciated the efforts of the principal Dr. Ram Singh as well as the enthusiastic audience who took such keen interest in Indian Classical Dance. At the programme was also present Shri Kamal Modi from Modi Group who expressed his desire to be a Vidyarthi again being in the premises of DPS Ranchi. He also appealed to the students to do their bit for “Beti Bachao- Beti Padhao”.


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Zila School Students interact with Dr. Sonal Mannsingh at DPS Ranchi

It was a wonderful opportunity for the students of Zila School, Ranchi to be a part of an interaction with renowned artist in Indian Classical Dances, Padma Vibhushan Dr. Sonal Mannsingh at Delhi Public School, Ranchi. She graced the students and faculty with her incredible presence. She talked about Indian values and ideals and said that Indian culture is incomparable. She mentioned the importance of dance in Character building and personality development.


She was welcomed by the Principal of DPS Ranchi Dr. Ram Singh who quoted the day as historic with her remarkable presence.

Students of Zila School, Ranchi got an opportunity to ask some questions from Dr. Mannsingh.

Aman Kumar asked about her feeling on coming to Ranchi. At this, she said she was feeling very nice ans she loves the greenery here.

Ritik Kumar wanted to know about the turning point of her life. Dr. Mannsingh mentioned her Car accident back in 1974 in Germany, where she got a severe spine injury and was told she would never be able to dance again. After 21 days, a doctor from Montreal told her she would be able to dance again and that was the turning point of her life.


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Delhi Public School observes Road Safety Week

Alert Today Alive Tomorrow


As part of road safety week, an awareness program was conducted at Delhi Public School where students were briefed about road safety rules which would make them aware of road safely and at the same time spread their awareness to others in the society. Traffic Police department of Ranchi conducted the program.


Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS, Ranchi welcomed the guests warmly by praising their initiative. While addressing the students, he expected that students would take road safety as priority and follow them strictly. Parents concern, he said in this regard is most sought. They should not allow their children to violate traffic rules by providing them motorbikes before age. If the children are alert today, they would have a bright tomorrow.

Mr. Sanjay Ranjan Singh SP, Traffic, Ranchi who graced the occasion as a chief guest urged the students to take care  of their life as its is so precious. He said while on the road, they should follow all traffic rules and remain alert or else they would bring tears to the eyes of their parents. They should brings cheers, not tears. Stunts on bike give them romance and adventure but it takes away a budding life sometimes.

He made the students to take the new year resolution to think before driving without helmet and license because careless driving and breaking traffic rules leads to innumerable deaths. He informed that now-a-days more deaths are caused due to road accidents than border wars. He also made the students to take an oath that they will always follow the safety rules whether they are on or off road.


Mr. Radha Prem Kishore, DSP traffic -II were also present as special guests on the occasion.

Mr. Radha Prem Kishore asked questions about general safety rules and distributed gifts to the students who answered them correctly.


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Alumni Meet at DPS Ranchi 2016

Delhi Public School, Ranchi held its first official Alumni Meet on December 24, 2016 in the school’s prestigious Vivekanda Auditorium students from several batches 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2001 etc attended this joyous occasion. Principal Dr. Ram Singh inaugurated the Delhi Public School Alumni Aspiration formally named DARCH – Dipsites Alumni Ranchi Chapter. Several teachers and staff also attended and participated the programme. The programme started with the lighting of the lamp ceremony and wonderful   Kathak Dance performance by current students as well. Alumni from all batched shared their stories and memories of DPS, Ranchi. Alumni from all over the world spoke about their favorite teachers and thanked the school for giving them their first illustrious plat form. Alumni form 95’ batch pledges their take it forward to an outstanding Alumni platform. 

Many of the Alumni came on stages and shared their experience.

Sourabh Banerjee of 1995 batch who is presently in IBM Bangalore said “It is a pleasure that the school has brought us together. Takinng leave from job and coming to Ranchi and meeting friends after 21 years is indeed fruitfull.”

Mr. Alok Poddar 1998 batch who is at present Chief Financial Manager in Prabhat Khabar expressed his delight in being called as the Chief gust for commerce festival held in Ranchi. He also said that DPS has giving him life friends and career. 

Next was Mrs Vinnatti Anuragini from 1996 batch. She appreciated the teachers’ effort  of pushing the students to face the audience and making them extrovert. She also said that it was only DPS Ranchi which brought 860 students on the stages for the annual function Giggles and motivated the tiny tots to face the stage at a very early age. She said that none of the experiences of school is a bad one except for the Monday Test. She also said sorry for all the mischiefs which and her batch mates had done and said it could be passed as BACHPANA. She thank the principal to giving an alumni corner in school.

The next alumni was Mr. Mickey Midha of 2004 batch who is presently in ranchi and said “ since Dr. Ram Singh has taken up as the principal of DPS Ranchi, the gap which DPS has with other school of state has been increasing day by day. The school has carved a niche in the society which has been achieved due to the vision, mission and hard work of the principal and the teachers.

Mr. Biyani of 1997 batch said that this alumni meet was long overdue. He said he has attended his college and university meets but this meet holds special significance as this is the place where he had spent 12-13 precious year of life and memory is came flooding in once he steped inside the premise.

Dr. Nishant 1997 batch said that the school has shaped his career and he is indeed proud to be a DIPSITE.

Amit Sinha of 1994 batch who is currently posted in RBI, Ranchi branch said that the gap which DPS has created between itself and other school is indeed huge. One has to be special for which there is a demand in the society and DPS Ranchi has got its place registered. He said “ live as if you are going to die tomorrow and learn as if you are going to live forever.

Abhijeet Mukherjee of 1993 batch appreciated the well built auditorium and the much changed school infrastructure. He said that they in their batch would plan and do something for DARCH as an organization. 

Riya Chakarborty of 2001 batch appreciated the magnificent and amazing progress that DPS has made in recent years and said that I am proud to see DPS as a grand venture.

Mr. Neeraj and the Principal Dr. Ram singh for inviting them on this alumni meet he thanked each and every staff members of this school for contributing its growth. He was of the opinion that one of them should definitely join as the teacher in DPS Ranchi.

Abigyan Banerjee has specially come from U.S. to attend this alumni meet.

Last but not least Mr. Ekagra of 1998 batch made the gathering lively by sharing some of their notorious experiences of school days.

There was also Saurav from 2012 batch presently in Maruti Suzuki Gurgaon who presented a RAP song ………………do it again and again and again…………….. better know we gotta have it.

Karan Singh presented his own composed song “Party Tera Bhai Dega” which one millions of views on youtube. He is a proud DIPSITE who has recently shot his song in Michael Jackson studio in Hollywood.

Lastly Mrs. Arya one of the oldest hindi teacher came on stage and said “you have reached such heights which we  teachers once dreamt of.” She also said

"आपको देखा तो ख्याल आया की आप हैं मेरे बीते दिनों का साया। यादों के झरोंकों से देखा तो हर पल याद आया।"

At last all the members were given T-shirt bearing the LOGO of DARCH. The principal also announced that there will be whatsapp and facebook group for the alumni.





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DPS Ranchi celebrates CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR

It was a joyful morning for the students of DPS, Ranchi as they welcomed the day with a touch of festivity. The students of Senior and Junior wing  gave various performances and made all dance to the beats of Christmas Carol. Some added out pays while some made others enchanted with their melodious voices.


Some students also came dressed as Santa and distributed gifts and happiness to all. Teachers and students came up on the stage to share their experiences of this year.


“May this new year be a Santa for you and give you all the happiness and success that you wish for”, said Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS, Ranchi .


Some prizes were also distributed, Adrija Sarkar of Class VII was awarded with the certificate and medal for 7th state level painting competition organised by Energy Conservation Dept.


The celebrations for this year concluded on a good note with a hope and determination to start the New Year with new hopes, new dreams and a new will to achieve all we aspire!


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Vanijya Mahotsav Celebrated at DPS Ranchi

Can we give Commerce an equal hand?

Well “Yes” – Delhi Public School, Ranchi has the answer for the first time in the state of Jharkhand.

VANIJIYA MAHOTSAV was held on 21.12.2016 in DPS, Ranchi.

Various events related to the world of business, finance and economics. These days the value of studying commerce has shot up and the students got platform to express their talents. Schools from the city took part in this festival like Sr. DAV public school (Pundag), DAV public school (Dhurwa), Vivekananda Vidya Mandir, Kairali School, Guru Nanak Higher Sec. School, Oxbridge School, Surendranath Centenary school, and Delhi Public School.


Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS Ranchi strongly feels that in Eastern India Science has always dominated so even if we don’t ADMIT We all ACQUIT of the fact that the science stream is given an upper hand. Hence this festival has been organised to create awareness among the people that today the field of commerce too has looks to offer to the children who can carve a lucrative carrier by taking up commerce.

The following events were organized at this Festival:-

Event – 1 “Harbingers of Chance” was a street play competition with the topic being “Corporate Social Responsibility, Eradication of Black Money, Impact on the Economy”. The students channelised their flourishing creativity into excellent performance of Nukkad Nataks. The below mentioned schools were declared winners:-

Position Team
1st Delhi Public School, Ranchi
2nd Surendranath Centenary School
3rd SR DAV Public School, Pundag


Event – 2 “Gordian Knot” was a product fair competition. Each team was to create an innovative product out of a set of miscellaneous items provided to them. The event helped develop the ability to conceptualize and visualize a product, develop it, price it and market it.




Samarth kumar & Swati Shreya of Guru Nanak Higher sec. School


Ipsita Jha & Soumya Agarwal of DPS, Ranchi


Ochin Tamang & Ishika Dhoot of Surendranath Centenary school


Event – 3 “ Bull’s Eye” was a problem solving competition. Each team was provided a challenging corporate situation and the team with the best solutions were to be the winners. This event achieved the twin objectives of developing leadership ability and enabling students to learn how to deal with real life entrepreneurial problems.




Aaych Mayank & Ashima Vardhan of DPS, Ranchi


Nishi Priya & Yuvraj Jha of Vivekanand Vidya Mandir


Prerna & Prerna Kumari of Kairali school


Event – 4 “Biz Mania” was a quiz on busness, finance, management and current affairs from the world of Commerce. This served the objective of creating awareness among students.






Abhishek Upadhyay & Ankur Kr. Sinha of Surendranath Centenary School


Rahul Ranjan Tiwary & Ritika Kumari of Vivekanand Vidya mandir


Priya kumari & Shaziya Yasmin of SR DAV Public School, Pundag


Aditya Banerjee & Ayush Narsaria of DPS, Ranchi


Event – 5 “Juggersnaut” was an interesting event wherein students were to create a blueprint for a mock government scheme to be launched by them as a young minister of the Indian Parliament in the year 2030. the event was complete with question and answer sessions and a mock parliamentary session. It provided students with an opportunity to present reforms that they would like to see.





Akriti Sahay of DPS Ranchi


Bhabya Singh of DAV Pundag


Atif Jahangir of Guru Nanak Hr. Sr. School


The programme was highly appreciated by the judges and the escort teachers as they felt it was a wonderful platform for the students to exhibit their talent and creative skills.

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D.P.S. Ranchi celebrated 'GIGGLES' - Annual Day for Classes Prep, I & II

They say happiness comes in small packages. Well, the little bundles of joy running helter. Skelter and colouring Delhi Public School, Ranchi with their imagination and creativity, certainly proved the adage to be true.

The Annual day of D.P.S. Ranchi aptly named ‘Giggles’ was a showcase of how talented these little students of grades Prep, I and II really are. The event brought to life the colours of childhood with programmes ranging from dance, song and drama with the participation of more than 860 students.


The programme commenced with the lighting of lamp by the Honorable Chief Guest Shri Basant Kumar Goswami ( Chairman Commercial Tax Tribunal, Jharkhand) Guest of Honour Shri Atul Saxena ( GM, Product, RDCIS, SAIL) and Shri K. J. Chauhan ( DGM, F&A I/c, RDCIS, SAIL) escorted by the Principal Dr. Ram Singh.

After entailing the bouquet presentation, the Principal welcomed the esteemed guest and the august gathering to the event. He emphasized that quality education should be imparted with the personality development and a great scruples and values so that the students can effectively serve their society and country.

The students of Class – I  started the journey of celebration and took the audience to the world of clowns, colourful dresses, roar of lions, dances of animals and swinging acts of little gymnasts. The audience enjoyed the ‘CIRCUS’ immensely.


The journey progressed to the ‘Toon world’ – a world of cartoon characters. The tiny tods of Class – Prep showcase their dance performances and educated the parents with the moral values they learn from Chhota Bheem, Mougli, Doremon and Barbie.


The second graders concluded the journey and bedazzled the audience by the scintillating dance drama ‘Snow White and the seven Dwarfs’.

The school felicitated its 127 students of class Prep – V with scholar ties, Blue Blazers and Scholar Badges for their academic excellence. Details are –

Blue Blazers – 24 students

Scholar ties – 16 students

Scholar Badges – 87 students


The Chief Guest congratulated the students and said that awards act as catalysts in order to excel in academics as well as in life. He highly lauded the School for grooming the students to have global eminence and expressed his great elation for having visited the school.


The programme culminated with the vote of thanks by the students of Class – II and then the National Anthem.

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Scholars of DPS Ranchi awarded with Blazers, badges & Tie

16th December 2016 commemorated the day when all those students of Delhi Public School Ranchi from Classes VI to VII and Class XI were felicitated who had performed excellently in the field of academics, sports and other co-curricular activities.

The programme started with a welcome song and then Dr. Ram Singh, Principal Delhi Public School Ranchi, welcomed the Chief Guest, Shri B.N.Thakur, ED, RDCIS,SAIL, and Guest of Honour Shri J.C. Mohapatra, GM, RDCIS, SAIL with a bouquet and a memento.

In his welcome address the principal motivated the students by saying that “Awards act as catalysts in order to excel in academics as well as in life.” He said, ”Here in DPS Ranchi we try to give the students the best facilities and guidance so that we can gift our country precious gems who in the long run will make the nation proud.” He congratulated the scholar blazer, badge and tie holders for their extraordinary performances in academics, sports, music, art, etc. He also mentioned about other remarkable achievements of DPS Ranchi in various fields.He appreciated the efforts of the parents who are guiding their children in the right path so that they can do wonders in their life.

After this the students presented a colourful, thematic dance about the need to abolish social evils like Sati, and then the scholars were awarded the blazers, badges and tie by the Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour. 

• Students who excelled in sports, music and art were awarded with RED Blazers. Almost 25 students received Red Balazers.

• Students excelling in studies and getting A1 grades in all subjects for three consecutive years were awarded with BLUE Blazers. Almost 15 students received Blue Blazers.

• Students who scored A1 grade in all subjects for five consecutive years were given BLUE TIES. Almost 50 students got Blue Ties.

• Students excelling in studies and getting A1 grades in all subjects throughout the year were given Scholar Badges. More than 100 students received Scholar Badges.


On this occasion the Chief Guest, Shri B.N.Thakur congratulated the students for their extraordinary performance and wished them the very best for their future.. He said that these children are the future of our nation and with their merit and grit they will surely do wonders for their country.

It was indeed a glorious moment for the students and their parents who received the blazers, ties, and badges. They were of the opinion that in times to come, they will surely bring more laurels for the school  

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