Programme in an Honor of Dad’s.
A father is indeed more than a thousand of school masters. He is the idol and superhero of each child.
Daddy! The one, who loves his little ones, fulfills all their demand, but fails to express his feelings through words, yet present when needed.
In honour of their dad, the prep students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi lead down a spectacular show. Pouring their love and gratitude for their father, the small kids dedicated a day to their father.
The little buds began the show with some beautiful dialogues dedicated to their father. It was lead by a poem “l Love My Daddy”. The dance performance on “Papa Kehte Hai” and “Papa Mere Papa” made the audience emotional. The joy and fun the fathers had could be reflected from their smiling facts and were proud of their children.
The programme continued with a small game played by the fathers in which they had to make their child ready for school by making them wear shirt, tie, socks, shoes, etc. The winners were awarded with the title of “Perfect Dad”, “My Father My Superhero” and “My Dad My Superman”.
The Principal of the school, Dr. Ram Singh said that it was a delightful performance by the blooming buds of Prep.
Study Your life to be Successful.
An interactive session was organized for the students of class XI on 4th December 2017 in the premise of DPS Ranchi. Dr. Raman Kumar Jha, Vice Chancellor Amity University, Ranchi Jharkhand was the resource person of the day.
Dr. Raman Kumar Jha, is a Chief academic and administrative officer of Amity University and is responsible for the monitoring and promoting the efficiency and good order of the university. He is an expert of computing in mathematics, Natural science, Engineering and Medicine.
Dr. Raman began his interactive session with the three thought that dominates i.e, the interest, skills and the value system. Further sharing his experiences of life he asked the students to know themselves and try to know where they want to go in order to choose the correct path.
Interacting with them he asked the students to understand the way to think and try to control it. He also said that a person’s thinking is the reflection off his/her upbringing, values and the teaching methodology he/she underwent. He said to the students that the one should decide what he/she wants to do as no one knows you better than you.
With interacting with the student Dr. Raman asked them not to let anyone drive their brains and said “You can do anything if you decide.” He also said that school is a place where the students are provided with experts known as the teachers, who help and guide them in order to achieve their goal.
Talking about success and money Dr. Raman said “Don’t compromise with ethics for money as the bad money earned is a bad life earned.” He also said that spending money is easy but earning it is difficult therefore one should value it.
During the interactive session he asked the students to read the books of good and informative authors. He also asked them to tackle their problems in such as way that it may not seem like a problem and said “The ability to respond is called responsibility.”
While sharing about being success in life he said “Study your life to be Successful.” He said that in order to progress and survive in the market one should do something new and different. He asked the students to plan the day and work hard to be successful in life.
The students asked several questions and cleared their doubts related to the choice of career. When Ashwerya asked how to choose a correct career option, Shivam Kumar asked guidance for making a career in the field of Theoretical Physics. Anish Kumar asked how to become an entrepreneur, and Rahul Bhagat asked how to become a programmer in IT sector.
Principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh thanked Mr. Raman for motivating and inspiring the students with his experiences.
At the end of the session the student shared their experiences and said that the session was fun filed and inspiring. They also said that the session was a shook back into reality for them and “bad money earned is a bad life earned” will be a life mantra for them.
“Hallo Deutschschule” Comes to an End
The German Language Camp “Hallo Deutschschule” organised at Delhi Public School, Ranchi ended on 3rd December 2017, with a short programme. The Chief Guest of the programme was Mr. Nagendra Goyal, Deputy Commissioner - Kendriya Vidyalay Sanghalan, Regional Office Ranchi.
Dr. Ram Singh the principal of the school said that it was great to see the participants forget the colour of their school and wear the colour of German Language and become one. He also said that such kind of camp will be organized in a larger scale in the days to come as initiative, with the aim to give the students exposure to become a global citizen.
On this day the students were educated about the history and some interesting facts about Germany. While coming across the famous monuments of the Germany, the students came to know about some of the hidden facts and the story behind its existence.
Ms. Archana interacted with the students and shared with them some interesting facts about the monuments such as:
Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate) is an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin. It was built on the orders of Prussian King Frederick William II, after the successful restoration during the early Batavian Revolution. Known as one of the best landmarks of Germany, it was built on the site of a former City Gate that marked the start of the road from Berlin to the town of Brandenburger an der Havel, which used to be capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburger.
Throughout its existence, the Brandenburg Gate was often a site for major historical events and is today considered not only as a symbol of the tumultuous history of Europe and Germany, but also of European unity and peace.
Reichtagsgebaude (Reichstag Building) is a historic monument, was constructed to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire. It was opened in 1894 and housed the Diet until 1933, when it was severely damaged after being set on fire.
On 3 October 1990, it underwent a reconstruction and became the meeting place of the German parliament: the modern Bundestag.
Bremer Stadtmusikanten (Town Musicians of Bremen) is a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. Despite the title of the fairy tale, the characters never arrive in Bremen. It is a folk tale of outcast animals finds a new home.
Holstentor (Holsten Gate) is a city gate marking off the western boundary of the old center of the Hanseatic city of Lubeck. Built in 1464 the Brick Gothic construction is one of the relics of Lubeck’s medieval city fortifications and one of two remaining city gates, the other being the Citadel Gate. Known for its two-round towers and arched entrance, it is regarded today as a symbol of the city and has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.
Schloss Neueschwanstein (Neuschwanstein Castle) is a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Fussen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
The castle was intended as a home for the king, until he died in 1886. It was open to the public shortly after his death. The palace has appeared prominently in several movies and serves as the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Ganseliesel (Goose Girl) is a fountain which was erected in 1901 in front of the mediaeval town hall of Gottingen, Germany. Although rather small in size, the fountain is the most well-known landmark of the city. Today, it is an essential part of graduation celebrations, for every student who finishes a doctorate at the George August University Gottingen has to climb the fountain and kiss the statue of the goose girl.
The students were judged on the models made by them of monuments Brandenburger Tor, Reichtagsgebaude, Bremer Stadtmusikanten, Holstentor, Ruschhaus, Schloss Neueschwanstein and Ganseliesel.
Haus Ruschhaus won the cleanliness award, Bran Derburgtor won the award of Magnificence of structure award and Ganseliesel won the Intricacy of the monument award. Apart from these the best monument award was won by Haus Ruschhaus among boys and Stadtmusikanten among the girls.
The Chief Guest felicitated the winners and appreciating the students he/she said that he was amazed by the models prepared by the students and it was a golden opportunity for the students to take a step towards being global. . He also said that learning a new language keeps us healthy especially in our old age.
For the keeping the students healthy and fit a yoga session and a basket ball game was also conducted.
At the end of the day the students shared their experience and said that it was a wonderful opportunity for them to know and understand German culture, tradition and heritage.
Language Camp with a Difference at DPS Ranchi -Inauguration
Delhi Public School, Ranchi in association with Goethe Institute Max Mueller Bhawan hosted a one of its kind German Language Camp “Hallo Deutschschule for two days 02.12.2017 (Saturday) and 03.12.2017 (Sunday).
The Chief Guest for today’s inaugural ceremony was Mr. Basant Kumar Goswami Chairman Tribunal of Commercial Tax, Govt. of Jharkhand.
80 students of VI-IX of DPS Ranchi, DPS Bokaro, Kendra Vidylaya Bokaro, Kendra Vidylaya Hinoo, Kendra Vidylaya Hazaribagh, Kendra Vidylaya Maithon and Kendra Vidylaya Tatanagar participated in this camp. The purpose of the camp is to help students interact with the other student with same interest and share different ideas with each other.
The resource person of the camp was Ms. Archna Rani Director German Language Centre, Patna & Delhi.
The inaugural ceremony began with the lighting of the lamp and a welcome song in German.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school who has recently returned from his trip from Germany welcomed the participants and their escort teacher and said that it’s the first time that the school is organizing this camp, which is the next step of DPS Ranchi towards making the students a global citizen. He also said that it is a great exposure for the students to know and understand Germany, its traditions, it culture and about its education system.
Chief Guest Mr. Basant Kumar appreciated the initiative taken by the school and said that knowing a foreign language is a positive point as it not only helps a person know foreign culture and make good relations but also helps in getting good job opportunities overseas with a handsome package.
After the inaugural ceremony, the day continued with multifarious activities in which they formed groups to help the students interact with their fellow participants. The activity was to choose their favorite colour, food, sport, actor etc. In order to make the activities more interesting the students were asked to make German words with the letters provided to them.
Later the students were divided into two groups according to the colour of their t-shirt. The students of classes VI&VII were provided with grey t-shirts and the students of classes VIII&IX were provided with green t-shirts and named the groups according to their colour.
The Grey Group was taught about time in German whereas the Green Group was taught about the culture and traditions of Germany.
Thereafter the students were divided into groups according to the rooms allotted to them. The rooms have been named after the famous monuments of the Germany, namely: Brandenburger Tor, Reichtagsgebaude, Bremer Stadtmusikanten, Holstentor, Ruschhaus, Schloss Neueschwanstein and Ganseliesel.
Each group consisting of 9 members had to prepare different models as per the assignment. These models will be judged tomorrow and the winners will be awarded.
The day ended with a camp fire and a dance party organized for the refreshment of the students.
The Students gave a message on Child Labour
On the theme ‘Child Labour’, a short programme was showcased by the students of class IV.
The programme began with a welcome speech and was followed by a poem on Child Labour. The programme continued with a short play which depicted the plight of the victims of this crime. Sharing the consequences of child labour the students also gave the measures that a child can take to protect himself / herself at the initial level.
The students also presented a poem and a speech in Hindi sharing the story of a domestic help and the problems faced by her.
Dr. Ram Singh, the Principal of the school said that this activity was an initiative to make the students aware about child labour and sensitize the students to contribute towards stopping it.
Let the Currency Change the Colour Not Your Character.
An interactive session on banking system was organised for the students of class-V on 29th November 2017. Mr. Amit Sinha Assistant General Manager RBI Ranchi was the resource person of the day.
Mr. Sinha interacted with the students and shared with them the different types of bank accounts such as the current account, savings account, fixed deposit account and the recurring account. He also enlightened them on interest, bank loans, inflation, market risk, merits and demerits of demonetisations, identification of notes etc.
While sharing the information about the identification of the notes he asked the students to not to be greedy for money and said “Let the currency change the colour not your character.”
During the session the students not only answered the questions but also asked Mr. Sinha several questions related which amazed him. While gathering knowledge from Mr. Sinha the students asked him several questions such as Ashit Vinayak asked about the designing of a note, whereas Sagar Roy asked about the identification of the guinea notes. When Anmol Anand asked about the Micro ATM, Asifa asked about the use of credit cards with zero balance in account.
Answering all the queries of the student Mr. Sinha also informed them about the money related cyber crimes through calls and emails, the use of chip and strip in debit and credit cards, how is the note printed, non-performing Assets, What is EMI and how does it work, e- wallets, online transaction and safe online transaction.
He explained the students with the help of short stories and examples of a comic character Mani Kumar which made the session interesting.
At the end of the Session Mr. Sinha said that he was stun by the brilliance of the students. They amazed him with their answers and the knowledge they had at such a tender age. He also said that if the students are so bright at such a small age then the future of the country is brighter than it has ever been.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school thanked Mr. Amit Sinha for sharing his knowledge with the little ones and said that this session will encourage the students to be businessman of tomorrow and contribute towards the Indian Economy.
Sharing their view the students said that the session was very interesting which has help them know and understand the aspect which was unknown to them.
A Programme on Save Environment
On the theme ‘Earth Ko Bachao Verna Unearth Ho Jayega’, a short programme was showcased by the students of classes I-II. The parents of the students were also present on this day.
The programme began with a welcome song and was followed by a skit named ‘Kal Aaj Aur Kal’. With the help of skit, poems, slogans and speech the students not only presented the past, present and the future of the mother earth but also analyzed the ways to improve the current state of the environment. They also pledged to plant trees, contribute to stop global warming, and make a pollution free world.
The students also displayed a short act named Join Hands to Save Ganga and gave the message to save river Ganga. With this act the students depicted the pollutions spread in the river and shared their message to contribute towards its purification. They also gave message on Ganga Mahotsava through poems, slogans and speech.
The programme ended with an action song We Shall Overcome.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school congratulated and gave his blessings to the little ones and said that such kind of programmes make the students aware about the climate change, Global Warming and other problems that is harmful for the environment.
An Activity on National Symbols and Indian Constitution.
In true spirit of the school’s motto “Learning through activities”, the students of class II showcased an imperative and informative act under “Role Play” on National Symbols and Indian Constitution and celebrated Constitution Day.
With role play the kids learnt about the National Symbols and Indian Constitution. The children played the role of ‘Father of the Constitution’ Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and gave a presentation on Preambles and Fundamental Rights.
The students also pledged to follow the rules and regulations in the constitution.
At the end of the programme an interactive session on National Symbols and Indian Constitution also took place in order to know the students’ indepth understanding of the topic and subject.
The honourable Principal Dr. Ram Singh congratulated and gave his blessings to the little saplings for showcasing their talent and learning through the activity and encouraged them for ranking such activity in future also.
Workshop for teachers by Quality Education Asia
A CBSE Certificate Training Programme on Pedagogy Strategies (with special Focus on Inter-disciplinary Approach) was organized for the teachers in the premises of Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 27th November 2017 by Quality Education Asia (QEA) Delhi. The resource person of the workshop was Mrs. Rupam Sah lead learner and CEO of Quality Education Asia Delhi.
Quality Education Asia (QEA) is a team of committed professionals whose aim is to facilitate educators and learner in giving and achieving the best education.
50 teachers from the Ranchi Sahodaya School Complex attended the programme.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school welcomed the teachers and said that such kinds of workshops are important to train the teachers so that they can work for the overall development of a child in order to make them global citizens.
Mrs. Rupam Sah interacted with the teachers and enlightened them about the NCF Recommendations, Essentials of a lesson plan with focus on Differentiated Learning, Devising Innovative activities, Creating Active Lesson Plans, Crafting Innovative Formative Assessments, Adopting Interdisciplinary Approach (Theme Based Learning) and Designing Project Work.
The teachers were enlightened about the Pedagogy Strategies with the help of interactive sessions, different activities, group discussion and audio visual.
At the end of the session the teachers shared that the time spent during the workshop was fruitful and will help them teach the students in an entertaining and interesting way which will make learning easy and effective.
National Integration Week
Delhi Public School, Ranchi observed National Integration Week from 19th November to 25th November 2017.This project has been taken up by the Government of India to foster and reinforce the Spirit of Communal Harmony, National Integration and Pride in our Vibrant, Composite Culture and Neighborhood. As a part of the celebration of National Integration Week various events were organized namely Slogan Writing Competition, Speech Writing Competition, Painting Competition and Essay Writing Competition on the topic ‘How to Conserve Environment’.
The observation of the ‘Qaumi Ekta Week’ helped the students to know and understand the inherent strength and resilience of our country to withstand actual and potential threats to the eclectic and secular fabric of our country, and nurture a spirit of communal harmony in its widest sense.
The motive of the activity was to educate young minds about the importance of National Integrity, create awareness of a common identity amongst the students and to educate them that although we belong to different castes, religions, regions and speak different languages we must recognize the fact that we are all one.
Anushka Agastiya , Kingshuk Banerjee and Samridhi won the first, second and third prize respectively in Slogan Writing Competition.
Whereas, in Painting Competition Ankit Kumar won the first prize, Momita Das won the second prize and Prashasha Ipsa the third prize.
In Essay Writing Competition, Shally Kumar won the first prize Kumar Ankesh won the second prize and Diksha Arora the third prize.
Kingshuk Banerjee won the first prize, Shivansh Tiwari won the second prize and Asifa the third prize in the Speech Competition.
A cultural programme was also put up. In the cultural programme the students dressed in different outfits represented different states of the country and their culture and shared the message of a united India.
The National Integration Week ended with a rally on Flag Day. 500 students of the school took part in this rally. With the help of this rally the students shared the message of united India with slogans Ekta Main Anekta Hi Hamari Shaan Hai and Anekta Main Ekta Yahi Bharat Ki Visheshta.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school said that this occasion has provided an opportunity to reaffirm age old traditions and faith in the values of tolerance, co-existence and brotherhood in a multi-cultural and multi–religious society.