DPS Ranchi Bids Adieu to Class XII
Memories of tears and laughter filled the school auditorium as students of standard XII , Delhi Public School Ranchi, walked in for their farewell ceremony on 29-01-2016. The programme organised by the students of class XI was a plethora of extravaganza. Young girls in colourful attires and boys in their formal wear attended the cultural programme titled ‘ Sayonara’.
The function began with a ‘Lavani dance’ to the beats of ‘apsara’ which enthralled the audience. It was followed by a mesmerizing medley of songs put up by the outgoing batch as they said goodbye to the wonderful moments spent in the edifice of education . A fusion dance by the boys of class XI swayed the crowd as cheers and loud applause filled the wall.
Dr. Ram Singh Principal of DPS Ranchi blessed the students and wished them best of luck for their exams. He also encouraged the students to work hard to not only to achieve their set goals, but also to become good citizens. Some valuable tips were also given by him related to time management as they embark on their new journey of life. He also announced that henceforth every 29th January DPS Ranchi will be organizing its alumni meet.
The icing of the cake was of course the novel idea of ‘nostalgia tree’ where the students tied loving messages for their alma mater .
The event came to a close with genuine smiles as everyone was on their feet and shared their cherished moments spent in school. The aura of nostalgia this farewell brought will always be there as the students imbibe on their journey ahead.
Annual Sports Day - Sports do not build the character, they reveal it
With the gust of lots of energy and excitement ,“The Annual Sports Day” function started at the premises of Delhi Public School, Ranchi on the date 22nd January 2016. The various activities comprised of athletics, music, melody and abundance of events marked the beginning of the celebration. The event was graced by chief guest Dr. Louis Marandi (Welfare, Women and Child Development, State of Jharkhand ) she said in her speech sport is the preserver of health and are means of mental and physical growth she stressed the importance of sports in the students life. How children should be engaged in outdoor games and sports on the regular basis.
The opening programme was started with a welcome song by the school choir which was followed by the welcome speech by our Hon’ble Principal Dr. Ram Singh speaking on the occasion he highlighted the fact that sports develop a feeling of sportsman spirit where you learn to accept both victories and defeats with equal grace and acceptance. He extended his heartfelt gratitude on behalf of D.P.S. fraternity to the esteemed Chief Guest for honoring with their presence and giving their priceless guidance and blessings to the children.
The grand event was inaugurated by our Chief Guest Hon’ble Dr. Louis Marandi,, The Cabinet Minister (Welfare, Women and Child Development, State of Jharkhand). After unfurling the school flag the Chief Guest declared the special day meet open by releasing the colourful balloons. Ceremony started with the lighting of perpetual torch. Events begin with the opening march past with a perfect beat and rhythmic flow by the six houses- Chenab, Ganges, Jamuna, Jhelum, Ravi and Sutlej led by the six house captains. It was really as blissful sight to watch the students marching to the beats of band.
Ceremonious oath taking by the house captains was followed by the declaration of the meet open.
Events started with a patriotic dazzling fusion dance ‘Vande Matram’ which enthralled the audiences. Later series of special events between students, house teams filled up the day with their continuous efforts promoting school spirit amongst the students, faculties and parents.
The events were rabbit race, frog race, candy race, three-legged race for Prep – II
50 mtr, 80 mtr, 100 mtr, 200 mtr, 400 mtr and 800 mtr flat race for classes II- VIII
Few different categories of races like shuttle race, obstacle race, hulla race, hopping race were also there to motivate and entertain as well
After the much awaited enthralling and exciting events the prizes and awards were declared. Over whelmed with great joy and exuberance our Hon’ble Principal gave away the prizes for individual and house wise as well
The winners were – Rabbit Race (Prep) Ashita Das, Balancing ball ( prep) Atharv singh rathore, class II- Ikchha has got first prize and Abhinav kr and Abhineet kumar of class II got 1st for three legged race, class V obstacle race Abhigyan shankar (Ganges house) got first prize, 400 mts flat race of boys Milan Sinha ( Ganges house) bagged first position and in 400 mts flat race of girls Arushi (Sutlej house) got first prize, in class VI 400 mtr relay race Chenab house got first prize, in 800 mts boys in class VIII Navneet (Chenab house) got first prize, in Relay race of Class VIII in girls category Jamuna house bagged the first price. The individual championship trophy (boys) bagged by Milan Sinha (Ganges house) and in girls Anisha Sharma (Ravi house). The March past winner trophy were grabbed by Jamuna House for their incredible performance for best display. Overall Championship trophy was awarded to Ravi House.
The winners were overjoyed and the teams who couldn’t bagged the prizes they were seen congratulating their rival teams also,
,“Success is deliberate! Excellence is intentional! Victory comes out of struggles and hard work!”
Apart from commemorating victories sports meet aimed at imparting lessons of discipline and courage which are essential for success. The sports day concluded with lots of memories which will surely last for a long time from now
DPS Ranchi celebrates Swami Vivekananda’s Birthday
Swami Vivekananda’s birthday was celebrated in Delhi Public School Ranchi on 12.01.2016 with great respect and honour. Dr. Ram Singh, Principal, DPS Ranchi showed his honour by garlanding the statue of Swami Vivekanand. While addressing the children he also spoke about Swamiji and his inspirational thoughts. He said that Swami Vivekananda played a pivotal role in kindling the flame of patriotism among the youth. It was also highlighted by him that Swamiji once said – “Arise awake, stop not till your goal is reached”. On this occasion children too remembered golden words spoken by Vivekanand and pledged to follow his principles and ethics in order to build a strong nation. It was a day to pride that a great philosopher like Vivekanand spread his aura not only in India but throughout the world. His remarkable words still linger in the minds of the present generation.