Election of Students Council in Primary Wing at DPS Ranchi

‘Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.’

To nurture the budding leaders and to acquaint students with democratic values, election for the post of Head Boy and Head Girl was held at the Primary Wing of Delhi Public School, Ranchi.

Primary Wing of DPS Ranchi wore democratic colours when the contestants who won in the first and second round of the election at the class and inter-sections level, came equipped with different banners and supporters to deliver their speeches in the most convincing manner loaded with slogans and tag lines. Their body language gave the feel of real parliamentary elections. All the students casted their votes enthusiastically.

Principal Dr. Ram Singh said that DPS Ranchi is a leader in child education and this kind of child centric approach will frame responsible citizens when every student will have the opportunity to reach their potential in their respective fields.

Results of Election (Primary Wing)

Head Boy:  Aditya Vikram Kaushal
Deputy Head Boy: 

  • Sarthak S. Chatterjee 
  • Vardaan Malhan

Head Girl: Anya Sinha
Deputy Head Girl:

  • Ijiya Sharma  
  • Ananya Chatterjee


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A Programme on Social Reformers and their Contribution at DPS Ranchi

'We create revolution by living it. '

A programme on 'social reformers' was showcased by the students of class IV of DPS Ranchi.  The programme began with a heart touching poem “Betiyaan". 

The impact of evil social customs and practices like female infanticide, child marriage, untouchability, sati system etc.  were prevalent  in India  in the nineteenth century  was presented  through a beautiful skit.

The children portrayed the character of Mahatma Gandhi, B. R.  Ambedkar, Baba Amte, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Swami Dayanand Saraswati, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Swami Vivekananda etc.  and presented their remarkable contributions towards the eradication of evil customs and practices from the Indian society. 

Narendra Modi as the social reformers of 21st century was also enacted by the students. The programme concluded with a mesmerizing dance performance demonstrating India’s unity.

Principal Dr. Ram Singh motivated and appreciated the beautiful show and said that such programmes develop awareness in the children.

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Human Library Session 2018 at DPS Ranchi

Beating the summer heat aside, DPS Ranchi started the Human Library session of 2018

“A Person should be academically talented with an administrative blend” 

Students of today should not only be academically talented but also have administrative skills to succeed in life . This was the saying of the Guest speaker of Human Library session in DPS Ranchi that was held on 7th May 2018. The Guest speaker of the session was Dr. Anjani Kumar Srivastava (Dean Faculty of Science, Ranchi University). Dr Srivastava has been serving in the Education domain since the past 23 years and has been associated with different Universities for various assignments.

As per Dr. Srivastava, one should choose a career as per his liking and not the suggestions given by friends . He said that if the career selection is as per liking then the chances of getting succeeded is more and a lot of job satisfaction is derived out of it. He stressed on the aspect that success comes with increase in capability and capability increases with knowledge so it is very important to work hard for increasing the knowledge as knowledge is the base of every success achieved. Dr Srivastava was speaking to the students of class XIIth and was very innovative in encouraging the students by saying that one should not run away from difficult situations and face them as this is what makes a person perfect in solving problems.

Dr. Srivastava encouraged students to set targets not by overestimating or underestimating the self capabilities and explained that one should have the habit of asking questions to himself to continuously improve the standard. He said that another innovative way which students of today’s time should have is self thinking style.

Dr. Srivastava advised that one should not totally ignore the opinion of his parents as they can be a good guide in paving the way to success and said that convincing parents about career liking is also very important as their consent is a mandate. He also said that there should always be multiple options in career planning as if there is failure in one plan then we have the other plan handy. 

The school Principal Dr. Ram Singh, expressed his gratitude to Dr. Srivastava for his encouraging words to motivate the students and said that students will surely get benifited out of the suggestions given by Dr. Srivastava. 

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A Programme on Colour Red at DPS Ranchi

Colours are brighter when the mind is open.

Taking a step towards learning and opening their mind to knowledge, the students of class Nursery of Delhi Public School, Ranchi showcased a short programme on the colour red on 1st of May, 2018.

The main motive of the programme was to clear the concept of colour ‘Red’ among the nursery students.

The tiny tots presented different rhymes related to the colour. They also did a roll play and shared the significance and importance of the red colour things around them namely; post offices, hospital sign, stop sign, red car, red animal, red fruits and vegetables etc.

Red is the ultimate cure to sadness. Unlike other colors, red has several meanings and interpretations that represent opposing feelings or moods. Red can be unnerving representing aggression, danger, and sacrifice, love, beauty, success and courage.

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IIMUN Closing Ceremony at DPS Ranchi

The IIMUN event commenced on 28th April 2018 and ended on 29th April 2018 in the premises of DPS Ranchi with more than 500 students from different schools of Ranchi and Jharkhand including DPS took part in it. The students were divided into different committees on the first day. Students were really very energetic to take part in the debate of the respective committees.

The different committees were International Press in which the students discussed about cartoonists, photographers who play a very major role in motivating people. Students put their points in favour with justifications and some students even put forwards the negative aspects of this.

The second committee was Lok Sabha in which students discussed about how to combat terrorism and what all steps should be taken to uproot terrorism. In this students spoke about making education more easily accessible to all so that it can play a major role making all literate and through literacy people will know that terrorism is an evil.

The third committee was BCCI. Students in this committee got the topic as how we can revamp the quality of our cricket as there has been degradation in this game. In this students also discussed about the ill impacts of IPL as that has also plated its role in degrading the quality of the game. In this many students highlited how IPL has spoiled the gentleman’s game. Many supported IPL quoting that in today’s fast life entertainment is very important.

Another committee was ILO(International Labour Organisation) in which students represented different countries and discussed about the unemployment issues prevailing in their countries and what steps they are taking to solve this problem.

The next committee was of UNEP in which students had debates on various financial issues of the country and discussed on how they can sort out those issues.

In the second day as well the same debate progressed and students came out with more points with justifications.

At the end of the debate there were certifications given to the students who were good enough to justify themselves with their points.

Overall it was a very good exposure given to all the students who participated in this. Students gave feedback that they had participated in an event that has increased their knowledge and public speaking ability which will help them throughout their lives. 

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Indian Sri Lankan Skype Session at DPS Ranchi

A skype communication related to the medicinal plants was shared between the students of Delhi Public School Ranchi and Delta School Srilanka.

During the session the students interacted and exchanged their knowledge about medicinal herbs grown in their respective countries.

The students of both the countries also had a question answer session between them. Thereafter, dipsites shared with them about Van Mahotsav, Visit to Ayurvedic Center and the Preparation of Ayurvedic Medicines.

Apart from the knowledge of medicinal plants the students of both the schools also shared about their culture, tradition and heritage.

Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that it was a great privilege for the student to gain knowledge about medicinal plants of not only India but also abroad. He also said that it’s just the beginning; school will try to provide facilities and opportunities possible in order to make the students  global citizens.


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Intramural basketball tournament (boys) Ends at DPS Ranchi

A two day Intramural basketball tournament (Boys) played by the students of Classes VI-VIII at Delhi Public School Ranchi ended on 27th April 2018

The final match of the tournament was played between Jhelum House vs Jamuna House.

During the match both the houses gave each other a cut throat competition and Jhelum House defeated Jamuna House by 16-04 and registered its victory in the school.

On this victorious day the Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that he was amazed to see the sportsmanship and the team spirit of the student and he also congratulated the winning teams.

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Opening Ceremony of IIMUN at DPS Ranchi

DPS Ranchi believes that it is the internal development in a student that constructs his life and prepares him for life struggle. With this objective DPS Ranchi conducted the Opening Ceremony of IIMUN(Indian International Model United Nations) Event. An Event in which students of different schools of Ranchi and Jharkhand will participate.  In this the students will be divided into different Committees with a Topic on which debate will take place.  

The Chief Guest of the ceremony were Ambassador Skand Tyal, Indian Television producer Mr. Vikas Gupta, IIMUN President Mr Rishabh Shah and popular singer Mr. Leslie Lewis.

The ceremony started with the National Anthem followed by a dance performance. Mr. Tyal was then invited to the stage to address the students and he said that the time has passed from stone age to modern age where children are very smart to conduct themselves. He said that the time of today is full of opportunities where students learn quickly but one thing that people of all times have needed is the peace and without peace development cannot take place. He further encouraged students to dream big, stay focused and work hard to achieve goal. He also said that one should have faith in himself and never. 

Mr. Vikas Gupta in his speech explained the importance of education and said that we should always remember the contribution of our elders towards us and said that all countries of the world are equally good and can get a seat in UN by their good work.

Rishabh Shah thanked DPS Ranchi for giving him an opportunity to come here and said that Ranchi though a small city has produced stars like Mahender Singh Dhoni and this place is full of talents which if properly used can do wonders. 

Thereafter a dance performance was there to showcase the national patriotism by the students.

At the end there was a brilliant performance given by singer Lesley Lewis who mesmerized everyone with his voice and quality of songs sung.

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World Book Day Celebrated at DPS Ranchi

“Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life of everything”

Books are the windows through which a soul looks out and the little geniuses of class Prep of Delhi Public School Ranchi opened all of them by celebrating ‘World Book Day’.  The Programme was a reminisce of our childhood, enjoyable present and hopeful future. 

The curious minds discussed how important the books are in our lives. Poems and rhymes were also formed the tune in the song.

A person who reads is a person who is actually alive. The children discussed few great writers and their creations who took the reader to the next level of imagination and delight with their writing. Books have always been a mirror of the society we live in. They had been the armours in the battle of freedom.

To add more colour to the programme, the tiny tots staged short stories such as Cinderella, Akbar and Birbal Tales etc. which have always enlightened the childhood of every young child.

The last but not the least the tiny little hands were found unfolding the big preachings of our holy books as Gita, Quran, Bible and Guru Granth Sahib.

With the keen co-operation of teachers, parents and children, the programme ended   with a beautiful message that ‘Books are like your friends; they should be few and well chosen’, since they guide our thoughts and build our personality. 

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A Skit on Medicinal Herbs

The students of Class V of Delhi Public School, Ranchi presented a skit on Medicinal Herbs in the assembly. 

In the skit the students displayed different medicinal herbs namely Turmeric,  Neem and Tulsi. 

The skit also displayed how these medicinal plants are used in a family in order to cure common diseases such as chicken pot, cold, headache, wounds and cuts. 

Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that in this modern era where people use different kinds of medicines, this is a golden opportunity for the students to know and understand the use of medical herbs in the form of home remedies.

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