Bombay Diplomacy Summit 2017
Eight students of Delhi Public School Ranchi recently took part in Bombay Diplomacy Summit 2017. and three out of the eight are adjudged as best speakers. All the students who took part are studying in class XI.
This summit was organised jointly by Government Law College, Mumbai and Amity Law School, Noida at Govt. Law College, Mumbai. It was held on 23rd and 24th December 2017 respectively.
Harshit Panjwani was awarded a medal for being the best speaker of the Law Commission group. He spoke on reviewing Rape Laws of India with special mention to marital Rape and Gender Neutrality.
Vedika Dhandhania and Harsh were among the top 5 speakers of their group. They spoke about Reviewing Citizenship Laws with special emphasis on immigration from South Asian Nations.
The names of the participants are :-
Ananya Taneja, Kush Taneja, Devleena Prasad, Maitreyi Upadhyay and Utkarsh Singh.
The chief guest of the ceremony while giving away the prizes appreciated the children of DPS Ranchi because they were competing with the students who are pursuing career in law.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school congratulated the students and said that participation in such events would surely enable them to achieve their goals in life.
The students than the Principal and said it was a wonderful experience for them.
Dipsite Animesh Sinha qualifies for INOI.
Animesh Sinha a standard XII student of Delhi Public School Ranchi, qualified for the Prestigious Indian National Olympiad in Informatics (INOI) by clearing Zonal Computer Olympiad (ZCO) and Zonal Information Olympiad (ZIO).
The International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) is an annual competitive programming competition for secondary school students. Students of 84 countries participate in this Olympiad. The contest consists of two days of computer programming and problem-solving of algorithm nature.
It is a very rare case wherein a student has qualified for both simultaneously and proving his mettel.
INOI is a code Chef Initiative happens to be a huge platform for aspiring programmers, but at the same time a tough nut to crack.
Animesh with his dynamic knowledge and a blend towards programming languages and Algorithmic accuracy could manage to clear the first stage.
Honourable principal Dr. Ram Singh congratulated Animesh and extended his blessings for the upcoming round and said that Animesh’s achievement will encourage the students to develop interest in the IT sector.
DPS Ranchi Tops in RMO-2017
Delhi Public School, Ranchi has once again proved its mettle by becoming the Jharkhand topper in Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO)-2017.
30 students have qualified from Jharkhand out of which 7 are from DPS Ranchi in general quota. The students who have made the school proud with their brilliant performance are Utkarsh Anand, Somesh Dey, Rayyan Shahid, Chinmay Anand, Anu Anand Annu, Ankit Kumar Jain and Abhigyan Adarsh.
They are now eligible to appear in Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO), which will be held in the month of January 2018.
Dr. Ram Singh the Principal of the school congratulated the students for their excellent results and wished them the very best for INMO. He also said that he will leave no stone unturned in order to achieve the best. It was also stated by him that be in DPS Ranchi always look forward to provide such opportunities to students so that they can prove their mettle both nationally and internationally.
The students also expressed their gratitude to the head of the institution for the support and guidance given by him.