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DPS Ranchi won by 228 runs in District Level under 16 Inter School Cricket Tournament

DPS Ranchi won by 228 runs playing against DAV Nandraj Modern Public School in Under-16 Inter-School Cricket Tournament. DPS won the toss and chose to bat first and gave 273 as target. Chinmay played very well and made 68 runs.

 

In second innings Bowlers and fielders of DPS Ranchi showed extreme level of sportsmanship restricted the opponents at 44 only. Akshat Jain of DPS Ranchi took 5 wickets and did not give a single run. He was awarded with the Man of the Match.

 

Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS Ranchi congratulated all the players and motivated them to play like this in future too.

 

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Being Vigilant should be a part of Character - Dr. Ram Singh

A debate and competition was held in Delhi Public School Ranchi on 04-11-2016. This was organised in association with the office of Regional Provident Commission Ranchi as a part of the ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ initiative.

Children came out with extra ordinary concept of spreading awareness through their speaking and thinking  skills speaking for and against the motion on the topic “Role of Public participation in preventing corruption’. The students came up with innovative ideas and discussed on the issue ‘Public participation in providing integrity and eradicating corruption with various surveys and examples.

There was much to learn and every participant went back home with more knowledge and wisdom than what they had before the event.

Winners

For the motion

1st Prize           -           RAUNAK PRAKASH (XI)

2nd Prize           -           SNIGDHA (XII)

2nd Prize           -           SAKSHEE (X)

3rd Prize           -           RISHAV JALAN (XI)

 

Against the motion

1st Prize           -           SIDDHANT RANJAN (XI)

2nd Prize           -           ADITYA BOSE (XI)

3rd Prize           -           SUHANI SINGH (XI)

 

 

Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS Ranchi congratulated the winners and said that such programmes will go a long way in resolving most of the problems related to corruption in our country. He also said that it is the youth of our country who can do a lot to eradicate corruption and take our country to greater heights. Being vigilant should be a part of character.

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Child Counselling and Stress Management session in DPS Ranchi

What we need today in holding on to positive thoughts rather than succumbing to a negative one to manage stress in our life.
This concept was beautifully brought out by Mr. Tejwant Singh Grewal in a workshop organised for parents on 03.11.2016 at Delhi Public School, Ranchi. DPS Ranchi strongly believes that in order to give the children a healthy environment and secure future both teachers and parents need to work.
The workshop was attended by the parents of students studying in Classes VIII – XI

Mr. Tejwant Singh Grewal is a dynamic professional with over 11 years of rich experience in learning and development, operations management in service industry. The main emphasis was on emotional management, time management and finance management. He also spoke about the meaning of success and how it varies from person to person.

Some important points described by Mr. Grewal are :

  • Life has not begun right now for you, its not difficult but crucial stage life is between  B C D ( Birth à Choices à Death)
  • Identify your time robbers like Social Sites
  •  30% of students expenses are avoidable by finance management.
  •  Live happy, spread happiness

Dr. Ram Singh Principal DPS Ranchi while addressing the gathering said that as long as we can manage stress and tension properly we can prevent the consequences of having too much stress as the saying goes- prevention is better than cure. He also said that the children today need a lot of support from their parents and teachers for their sound mental growth.

On the whole it was a huge success and earned a lot of appreciation. The students and parents who attended this workshop strongly felt that such workshops should be conducted more frequently because the adolescents today need such valuable tips to steer them on the right track.

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Children come up with brilliant ideas to fight corruption in a debate competition at DPS Ranchi held on 03-11-2016

A debate and poster making competition was held in Delhi Public School Ranchi on 03-11-2016. This was organised in association with C.C.L. part of the ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ initiative.

Children came out with extra ordinary concept of spreading awareness through their artistic skills in the form of posters – on the topic “Role of Public participation in preventing corruption’. The students came up with innovative ideas and discussed on the issue ‘Public participation in providing integrity and eradicating corruption.
There was much to learn and every participant went back home with more knowledge and wisdom their what they had before the event.
In debate competition
1st Prize           -           SIDDHANT RANJAN  & RAUNAK PRAKASH
2nd Prize           -           AAKRITI SAHAY
3rd Prize           -           RAGHAV AGARWAL
Consulation Prize-       1) RISHAV JALAN    2) ADITYA BOSE

In Painting and Poster making competition.
1st Prize           -           PRIYANKA URVASHI
2nd Prize           -           PRASHANSA IPSA
3rd Prize           -           ADRIJA SARKAR
Consulation Prize        - 1)  RITI RAJ                          2) AMAR SAKSHAM TOPPO

Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS Ranchi congratulated the winners and said that such programmes used go a long way in resolving most of the problems related to corruption in our country. He also said that it is the youth of our country who can do a lot to eradicate corruption and take our country to greater heights.

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Diwali Celebration Lights Up DPS Ranchi

With Diwali round the corner, on 28th October 2016, the toddlers of class Prep to II in Delhi Public School, Ranchi at the Vivekananda auditorium celebrated Diwali with devotion, enthusiasm and excitement by presenting a colourful programme.

The objective of the celebration was to open up the students towards major cultural aspects of the festival, Diwali and thus make them well nurtured, well balanced and enlightened citizens of tomorrow.

A series of sparkling programme was organised and witnessed by the students.

Various scenes from the life of Lord Rama was staged. The little ones dressed up as different characters from Ramayana enchanted all. They were also involved in Rangoli making and Card making competition.

Students were filled with excitement and foot-taping thrill with dance performances. With the help of the skit, the students also vindicated the message of eco -friendly Diwali. They showed how the festival can be celebrated with a responsibility towards environment, health, society and nation in large. Performers persuaded the students not to buy crackers and share its festivity with children of the slums and those in a need. Students also pledged to avoid fireworks and go green this Diwali and share the happiness of Diwali with those in need.

The play staged also helped the students acknowledge the triumph of good over evil and obtain an awareness regarding the religious upsurge of the festival.
The Principal, Dr. Ram Singh showered Diwali greeting among the students and motivated them to refrain themselves from buying crackers and promoted the use of indigenous products. He said “We need to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali and rather than bursting crackers, we should blast a chain of sorrow and shoot a rocket of prosperity!”

The celebration was a success as students were overwhelmed with the fanfare and enthusiasm filled celebration. They also unfolded their creative abilities and illuminated themselves to celebrate an eco-friendly, responsible and safe Diwali.

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Children come up with brilliant ideas to fight corruption in a debate competition at DPS Ranchi

A debate and poster making competition was held in Delhi Public School Ranchi on 27-10-2016. this was organised in association with SAIL part of the ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ intiative.

Other that DPS Ranchi, Gurunank hr. Sec. school, Jawahar Vidya mandir, St. Anthony and many school took part in this interesting competition. Children came out with extra ordinary concept of spreading awareness through their artistic skills in the form of posters – on the topic “Role of Public participation in preventing corruption’. The students came up with innovative ideas and discussed on the issue ‘Public participation in providing integrity and eradicating corruption.
There was much to learn and every participant went back home with more knowledge and wisdom their what they had before the event.
In debate competition ( For)
1st Prize           -           Akansha Tiwary – St. Anthony school
2nd Prize           -           Niketa Prabhakar – JVM
3rd Prize           -           Sharda Tabret – JVM
Consulation Prize-       1) Raunak Prakash – DPS Ranchi    2) Shakshee Vinay Maharaj – DPS Ranchi

In debate competition ( Against )
1st Prize           -           Madhumita – JVM
2nd Prize           -           Sejal Shaily – St. Anthony school
3rd Prize           -           Siddhant Ranjan – DPS Ranchi
Consulation Prize-       1) Prerna – Kairali    2) Puja Chatterjee – Guru Nanak
In Poster making competition.
1st Prize           -           Shrishti Kumari – DPS Ranchi
2nd Prize           -           Mimisha Singh  – DPS Ranchi
3rd Prize           -           Ojas Deep – DPS Ranchi
Consulation Prize        - 1)  Somya Tomar – DPS Ranchi  2) Anjali – DPS Ranchi

Dr. Ram Singh, Principal DPS Ranchi congratulated the winners and said that such programmes used go a long way in resolving most of the problems related to corruption in our country. He also said that it is the youth of our country who can do a lot to eradicate corruption and take our country to greater heights.

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UDAAN, IT Talent Search Exam, 2016 at DPS Ranchi

UDAAN is an all Jharkhand IT Talent Search Exam organised by the IT department of Jharkhand in association with MICA Education Company. This exam was conducted in 27 district of Jharkhand.

From DPS, Ranchi 1330 students registered themselves for this Talent Search Exam.

The students were divided in 3 categories
Category – A        : Classes VII & VIII
Category – B        : Classes IX  &  X
Category – C        : Classes XI  &  XII

This exam will be conducted in 3 rounds.
Today, in the 1st round 50 MCQ’s were asked to test the students. The questions were based on programming in computer. The 2nd round will be an online exam and then the selected students will go to the 3rd round which will be ‘Quiz on Dias’.

Dr. Ram Singh, Principal, DPS Ranchi encouraged and motivated the students to do well in this Talent Search Exam.

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DPS Ranchi qualified for the final in Inter-DPS Basketball Tournament Girls open

Today DPS Ranchi witness a great day. On the one hand where DPS Ranchi qualified for the final in Inter-DPS Basketball Tournament Girls open (2016) beating DPS Numaligarh on the other also won CBSE Cluster-III Kabaddi Tournament held at DAV Hehal.

SEMIFINAL


Match

Name of Team

Score

Name of Team

Score

1

DPS RANCHI

28

DPS NUMALIGARH

18

2

DPS RUBI PARK

23

DPS MEGA CITY

21

FINAL


DPS RUBY PARK

DPS RANCHI

Tomorrow i.e. 23.10.2016 the match for the 3rd position will be played between DPS Numaligarh and DPS Megacity at 9:00am where as the final will be played at 11:00 am.

 Inter-DPS Basketball tournament gets going with the 2nd day where league matches were held between different participating teams. The host team DPS, Ranchi win by 24-11 over DPS Dimapur reassuring their strength in the field of sports. DPS Numaligarh, DPS Ruby park, DPS Megacity became winners in their respective games.

Matches which were held yesterday evening ( 21.10.2016):

Match

Name of Team

Score

Name of Team

Score

1

DPS BHILAI

42

DPS DHALIGAON

00

2

DPS SOUTH KOLKATA

07

DPS NUMALIGARH

19

3

DPS KALINGA

02

DPS DIGBOI

21

2

DPS DIMAPUR

02

DPS NAZIRA

18

Matches which were held TODAY (22.10.2016):

Match

Name of Team

Score

Name of Team

Score

1

DPS RANCHI

24

DPS DIMAPUR

11

2

DPS BOKARO

11

DPS NUMALIGARH

18

3

DPS RUBY PARK

42

DPS DHALIGAON

00

2

DPS MEGACITY

20

DPS DIGBOI

15

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DPS Ranchi won Zone IV Inter-DPS Basketball Tournament Girls with 21-17

Final Match Score

DPS Ranchi

21

DPS Ruby Park

17


The three day long Basketball tournament girls (Open) 2016 came to an end on 23.10.2016. The Chief Guest for this occasion was Shri R.K. Mallick (I.G. Provision), Ms. Sumrai Tete (Former Captain of Indian Hockey team) was the special guest.
The progarmme began with the rendition of a melodious song. After this the Final match between DPS Ranchi and DPS Ruby Park was played in which DPS Ranchi defeated DPS Numaligarh in Semifinal with a brilliant score of 28-18 and reached in final. Whereas DPS Ruby Park defeated DPS Megacity and reached in Final.

In final match DPS Ranchi and DPS Ruby Park put up a tough fight and finally DPS Ranchi emerged as the winner with thundering score of 21-17. The captain of the team Shreya singh deftly and adroitly steered the team through the arduous journey. Vaishnavi and Shandali of DPS Ranchi also played very well.

Dr. Ram Singh Principal DPS Ranchi not only congratulates the winning team but also the other teams for their remarkable performance for their commendable performance and sportsmanship. In his speech in the closing day he emphasized on importance of sports especially in students life. He also thanked the sports department of all the other school for making this programme a huge success.

The prizes were given away by Chief guest and Special guest. The Chief Guest in his speech said that life is long race and it is not possible for us to win always so we should keep striving for excellence and try to provide the right environment to the student. Ms. Sumrai Tete the Special Guest of the day said that physical exercise is extremely important for the overall development of a child. She also said that more than winning it is participation that is important.
In this Tournament DPS Ranchi got first place, DPS Ruby Park bagged the Second position and DPS Numaligarh at third position.
Teresa B Louis of DPS Numaligarh was adjudged the best player of the tournament whereas Malini of DPS Mega city was awarded the maximum scorer for scoring 52 baskets.


ZONAL LEVEL INTER DPS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT FOR GIRLS (OPEN) 2016
LEAGUE MATCHES SCHEDULE
DAY 3


Match No.

Date

time

pool

matches

COURT

15

23.10.16

09:00

3RD
PLACE

DPS MEGACITY

vs

DPS NUMALIGARH

 

1

 

SCORE :- 23

SCORE :- 27

WINNER :-  DPS NUMALIGARH

16

23.10.16

11:00

 

FINAL

DPS RUBY PARK

vs

DPS RANCHI

 

1

 

SCORE :- 17

SCORE :- 21

WINNER :- DPS RANCHI

FINAL RESULT OF THE TOURNAMENT


POSITION

TEAM

BEST PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT

TERESA B. LOUIS (DPS NUMALIGARH)

HIGHEST SCORER OF THE TOURNAMENT

MALINI BANERJEE (DPS MEGACITY)

1ST RUNNER UP

DPS NUMALIGARH

RUNNER

DPS RUBY PARK

WINNER

DPS RANCHI

TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS AT DPS VASANTKUNJ FROM 2ND – 4TH DECEMBER 2016

 

DPS RANCHI
DPS RUBY PARK
DPS NUMALIGARH

 

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Annual Day – Euphoria (Classes III, IV & V)

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