Felicitation ceremony for class VI-IX and class XI
Delhi Public School Ranchi organized a felicitation ceremony for class VI-IX and class XI (Session-2016-17) on 10th July 2017. The High Achievers of each class were felicitated on this day.
The Chief Guest of the event was Mr. Avinash Kumar, Secretary (Excise), Jharkhand. In this felicitation ceremony Mr. J. C. Mahapatra, GM (RDCIS), SAIL and Pro Vice Chairman of DPS Ranchi was also present as the Guest of Honor.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school expressed his happiness regarding the academic performance of the students. He gave special credit to the parents and teachers for their support and guidance. He also shared the facilities and achievements of the school and wished that students excel not only in academics but also in extra- curricular activities.
On this day the Chief Guest Mr. Avinash Kumar congratulated the high achievers and said that discipline is the most important thing and does not let us regret in future. He also said that if we work hard during our school and college days life becomes easy in future but along with studies enjoyment is important for our refreshment and development.
The Pro Vice Chirman of DPS Ranchi Mr. J. C. Mahapatra also congratulated the students on their brilliant performance.
The felicitated 145 students were quite happy with the ceremony and said that these types of felicitation programs not only rewards us for our achievements but also motivates us to do better in life and leads to success.
On this felicitation ceremony the parents felt proud and honored to be the parents of such bright students and said that they will support and guide them in fulfilling the dreams of their children. They were also grateful to the Principal under whose mentorship the students are touching the sky.
AISSCE Toppers Felicitated at DPS Ranchi
The high achievers in AISSCE 2017 were awarded by the school in a grand felicitation ceremony on 07.07.2017. The occasion was graced by the auspicious presence of Mr. Manoj Kumar IAS Deputy Commissioner Ranchi. Mr. Kuldeep Dwivedi, IPS Senior Superintendent of Police was the Special Guest for today’s program.
Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS Ranchi addressed the gathering and congratulated not only the students but also their parents and the school staff. He stressed on the fact that with a pinch of determination and sheer hard work one can achieve wonders no matter what the circumstances might be. He shared the detailed report of the school, its facilities and its achievements globally. He encouraged the students to embark on their forward journey with the same perseverance and determination and to continue bringing laurels to their alma mater.
261 students who secured 90% and above were felicitated with a memento and a certificate of appreciation. The school auditorium was filled with ecstatic students and their proud parents. The first 10 toppers of the school Muskan Khowal, Ritika Agarwal, Anirudh Anil Ojha, Manya ,Prerna Mawandia, Komal Singhal, Shirsh Verma, Ritika, Jhalak Mittal and Sidharth Patwari were the first ones to receive the award.
Mr. Manoj Kumar the Chief Guest of the event congratulated the students for their brilliant performance and spoke about the historic development of children and strongly emphasized that the latent potentials in the children should be honed to perfection in the school itself. He also said that there is more expectation from today’s youth as the nation needs responsible and confident citizens to uphold the virtue of the society.
Intramural Basketball Final at DPS Ranchi
A 3 days Intramural basketball tournament was played in DPS Ranchi. This tournament was played by the students of Classes 9 to 12.
The final matches of the tournaments was played between Jamuna house V/s Ravi House (Boys category) and
Sutlej house V/s Ganges House (Girls category). Among the boys Jamuna house defeated Ravi house by 18/11 and among the girls Ganges house defeated Sutlej house by 23/2 and registered their victory in the school.
On this victorious the principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that he was amaze to see the sportsmanship and the team spirit of the student and he also congratulated the winning teams.
Plants: A Versatile Gift of Nature
In order to lay emphasis on classroom teaching and to make it more effective a colorful activity was undertaken by the students of Class Prep at Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 07.07.2017. The theme of the activity being ‘Plants: A Versatile Gift of Nature’ propagated the fact that how plants through their diversity are important for our survival. This was brought forth by the students who came forward with their ideas of the various parts of a plant as well as its benefits. The little angels of DPS Ranchi stated the differences between trees, shrubs and herbs. They innumerated the health benefits of eating various fruits and vegetables and also enjoyed the sight of our national flower ‘lotus’ being presented amongst other flowers. The little Prep graders carrying the various props of fruits, plants, trees and vegetables showcased the underlying principle and main motive of today’s educational era that is “We See, We Learn”.
On this occasion, the principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh said that such activities which provide a practical platform for classroom teaching should be encouraged as through such displays the real knowledge gets instilled in the little brains for life long.
INVESTITURE CEREMONY AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, RANCHI
In order to inculcate the leadership quality in the students the school cabinet was formed and they were inducted through a grand investiture ceremony at Delhi Public School, Ranchi on 04/07/2017 for the session 2017-18.
The event was presided over by Brigadier Sunil Kumar NV (Indian Army) as the Chief Guest and Mr. B.N. Thakur ED RDCIS SAIL as the Guest of Honor in the senior section and other distinguished guests, whereas Mr. Sanjay Rajan Singh IPS SP Traffic Ranchi as the Chief Guest in the juniors.
The program began with the melodious welcome song. Thereafter the newly appointed school appointees as well as the house appointees took the oath in front of the whole school. The oaths were administered by the honorable Chief Guest.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school explained the significance of Investiture Ceremony and said that it denotes the investment in being leaders and the trust and confidence we repose in our newly invested office bearers for the involvement of the student’s community in the day to day functioning of the school since we believe in child centric approach. He also said that leadership gives a sense of responsibility and dedication, and today’s school captains will go on to become tomorrow’s leaders.
On this occasion the school was made aware of the unique selection process in which it was highlighted that academics, discipline and behavior has been given utmost priority so that they become role models for not only their batch mates but also their juniors.
In the senior section of the school Aditya Bose was appointed as the Head boy and Gurmeet as the Head girl. Mayank Sharma was appointed as the Cultural Secretary (boys) and Ananya Suman as the Cultural Secretary (girls). Shlok Bashistha is the new sports captain (boys) and Smriti Bhagat Sports captain (girls).
The Chief Guest of the event congratulated the students and motivated them to be dutiful and responsible. Brigadier Sunil Kumar NV (Indian Army) shared the difference between the leaders and managers and said that develop your personality to become tomorrow’s leaders as the future of India is in the hands of the young generation.
The Guest of Honor Mr. B.N. Thakur ED RDCIS SAIL motivated the new leaders and said that leaders are the one to take out the best in all.
In the primary section of the school Yash Raj was appointed as the Head boy and Shreya Sarawat as the Head girl. Rishit Das was appointed as the Cultural Secretary (boys) and Pragya Pallavi as the Cultural Secretary (girls). Anshuman is the new sports captain (boys) and Arpita Sports captain (girls). Apart from these the children the house captains and the vice captains also handed over the house flags.
The Chief Guest of primary section Mr. Sanjay Ranjan Singh IPS SP Traffic Ranchi congratulated the students exported them to up hold the values and be honest in discharging their duties. He also appreciated the school for providing opportunities to imbibe democratic values through such activities.
A short cultural program was also presented by the Dipsites in honor of the Chief Guests. The programme came to an end with a vote of thanks, proposed by the head girl. The event was conducted with the high degree of sincerity and enthusiasm.
KIWAMI Officials Interact with Dipsite’s Parents
Maths will no more be a nightmare for children of Delhi Public School, Ranchi, as they will be taught the TAMAI method to solve mathematical problems. A team of KIWAMI conducted an introductory workshop for parents in the school premises. KIWAMI is a Japanese organization and the team members present were from Japan and Delhi. They informed the parents about the new techniques of learning and their benefits of Ee Soroban, KIWAMI Geometry and Robotics.
Mitsuyo Tamai the CEO of KIWAMI was the chief spokes person. The other members who were there are Ms Haruka Takano (Secretary to the Chairperson), Mr. Siddharth Marwa (MD), Ms. Ketaki Kapoor (Sales Executive), Ms. Manpreet Marwa (Central manager) and Ms. Kanika Bhatia (Teacher).
Ee Soroban is a unique method use for calculation which would enable children to visual Soroban in their mind. It is also known as imaging calculation because in order to complete grip over Robotics, Science and Mathematics it’s important for the children to be able to form an image in their mind. This will not only help them to solve problems quickly but also accurately.
KIWAMI Geometry- It would be useful for children for the perspective of viewing solid objects.
Robotics- This technique would be benef
icial for enhancing problem solving skills and time management.
The head of the institution Dr. Ram Singh being a visionary feels that we should not restrict ourselves and be open to new ideas and techniques in the fields of education. He is a pioneer in introducing innovative techniques in the field of education and it has always been his mission to give the best facilities to his students, so that they may carve a niche for themselves in the global arena.
The parents who attended the introductory workshop were of the opinion that children will be highly benefited as it will help them to faster skills to solve problems comfortably regardless of grade in school.
Intramural Basketball Tournament (Finals)
Today on 30th June 2017 the final match of the Intramural Basketball Tournament took place in the premises of Delhi Public Ranchi.
The final match were played between Jhelum vs Jamuna (boys) and Ravi vs Jamuna (girls).
Jamuna defeated Jhelum by 20/2 in boys category and Ravi defeated Jamuna by 6/0 in girls category and won the tournament.
On this of Final of Intramural Basketball Tournament the principal of the school Dr. Ram Singh congratulated the winning teams and said that it feels proud to see the sportsman sprit of the students.
Students of DPS Ranchi (Primary Wing) showcased the versatility of Summer Months
Students of Delhi Public School, Ranchi (Primary Wing) showcased the versatility of Summer Months through their monthly activity programme which was held on Friday, June 30, 2017.
The blooming kids of Pre-Primary came-up with an inspiring and informative programme titled “Good Bye Summer”. The cherub of Std.- I started the event with welcome song. They showed the important facts, Do’s and Dont’s about the season through their dance and songs which was surely an eye-treat to the parents present over there. Followed by Std.- II who brought some eye-opening information through their act. The little angel enlightened us with the important events which fall in the month of June. Like Summer Solstice, International Yoga Day, World Environment Day. Each event was showcased through wonderful poems, songs and dance.
The programme took place under the gracious presence of the Principal Dr. Ram Singh; who threw light on the importance of on-stage performance of kids and appreciated their hard work and efforts to accomplish such a wonderful programme.
Intramural Basketball Tournament at Dps Ranchi (Day 2)
Today 29th June 2017 was the 2nd day of the Intramural Basketball Tournament in Delhi Public Ranchi.
The semifinal matches were played between the teams of both boys and girls. In today’s matches among boys Jamuna defeated Ganges with 4/0 and Jhelum defeated Ravi with 4/0 and qualified for the finals.
Whereas among girls Jamuna defeated Ganges with 10/0 and Ravi defeated Jhelum with 4/0 and qualified for the finals. Tomorrow’s final match will be played between Jhelum and Jamuna in boys, and Ravi and Jamuna in girls.
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.