Delhi Public School Students Outshines all others in AISSE Board Result


Yet again the students of Delhi Public School Khanna produced a 100% result in AISCE Board Examination.

Tushar Arora topped with 95.2 % (Rank 3rd in City) while Aashutosh Shahi was a close second with 94.2 % and Sukhmeen Kaur scored 94 %

The school average is above distinction mark.

37% students scored 80 % and above

89% of the students scored first division and above

Sukhmeen Kaur and Kirandeep Kaur Gill both scored 95 in English

Gurleen Kaur scored 96 in Punjabi

Mayank Sharma scored 98 in Mathematics

Tushar Arora and Aashutosh Shahi both scored 98 in Science

Prabhjot Kaur Gill and Sukhmeen Kaur  both scored 99 in Social Studies

Abhimanyu Mukherjee scored 98 in Foundation of Information Technology

The school management congratulated the students, their parents and the staff members on the brilliant success in board result.

Delhi Public School Students Outshine in AISSCE Board Result


Student of Delhi Public School Khanna feels proud to produce 100% result in AISSCE Board Examination.

Gurleen Kaur brought laurels to school by scoring 95.2% marks in medical stream wherein Vikrant Katoch scored 90.2% marks in Non-Medical. Ayush Agarwal made everyone feel proud with 90.6% in Commerce and in Humanities, Sparsh Goyal got 89.6% marks.

Gurleen Kaur and Jasmeen Kaur Grewal brought laurels to school by scoring 100 in Physical Education whereas Ayush Agarwal scored 99 and Jashanbir Singh got 98% marks in Multimedia and Web Technology.

The school management congratulated the students, their parents and the staff members on the brilliant success in board result.

Pool party in Pre Primary


One can’t have more fun than playing with water on a hot day in a splash pool!!

Water play activities in young children strengthen the motor skills, builds balance and the ability to propel and navigate.

Keeping all this in mind, the Pre- primary department of our school held a pool party for the students in 22,23 and 24 May ,2018 .The pool side was abundantly decorated with balloons, balls and buntings. Tables were arranged with colourful umbrellas to add ambience to the party.

Refreshing drinks to sip in the cool place and music to make the mood were relished by all.
end of the session, the kids were beaming and in no hurry to beat the retreat!!

Poem Recitation Competition


The English Poem Recitation Competition of Pre-Primary was held on May 21, 2018 and May 22, 2018.

The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation. They recited the poems with expression, thought and rhythm. It was beautiful way to express thoughts and poems through innocent words and actions.

This is what DPS tiny tots scholars did confidentially and made their presence felt.

 

 

UNGA: ROHINGYA CRISIS


DPS Khanna organized a Mock MUN Conference for the students on 18th and 19th of May, 2018 so that they can gain confidence among themselves and learn about the current issues going on in the world. There were two committees ‘All India Political Party Meet’ (AIPPM ) and ‘United Nations General Assembly’ (UNGA). The UNGA discussed the most burning issue troubling the world today – “Handling The Rohingya Crisis”. The member nations who put forth their point of view on the above topic were: UNGA:

1. USA
2. JAPAN
3. CHINA
4. BANGLADESH
5. MYANMAR
6. INDIA

The AIPPM discussed the issue of “Analyzing Triple Talaq in the Light of Uniform Civil Code” The students represented various political luminaries like: 1. NARENDRA MODI 2. YOGI ADITYANATH 3. KAPIL SIBAL 4. SONIA GANDHI 5. MANMOHAN SINGH The session for UNGA and AIPPM generated a lot of excitement amongst students. The whole two day conference was arranged for the students and by the students of DPS Khanna.

It was a great learning experience for the inquisitive learners of DPS Khanna.

Yellow Colour Day


“Shades of yellow stimulates our little ones with happiness, energy and optimism”

With an objective to reinforce the effects of yellow colour, Pre Primary Wing celebrated the ‘Yellow Day’ using Emoji’s, an array of expressive faces students enjoyed ‘Emoji Party’, the digital faces which show the emotions in a fun way. It is an innovative way to make the students learn about different emotions and expressions. Children were beautifully dressed in their favorite yellow dresses and also brought yellow objects. They spoke a few lines on it also. All in all it was a fun filled ‘Emoji-nal Day’ for the tiny tots.

Mothers’s Day Celebrations galore at DPS Khanna


The Pre-Primary section of DPS Khanna celebrated Mother’s Day. The tiny tots made beautiful cards for their mothers to show their love and affection. The day was made memorable for the mothers by organizing various outdoors activities. The mothers enjoyed themselves thoroughly participating in the musical chair competition though the fireless Cooking Competition by the mothers was highlight of the day. The Pious bond of love and affection between the mother and the child was quite visible when they participated in the quiz contest. All in all the day was made special for all the worthy mothers.

Inter House Story Narration Competition


Stories keep children engaged and is an effective strategy for language teaching.

To develop a perspective among students about the uses of story telling in terms of developing sensitivity to various world views and reinforcement of social values through stories,an Inter House Story Narration Competition was conducted for Grades I-VI.

 

Labour Day celebrations at DPS Khanna


Labour Day was celebrated at DPS Khanna with full aplomb.
The function kicked off with a speech welcoming the workers and acknowledging their hard work.

Prayer marked the beginning of the programme followed by Ganesh Vandana presented by the students of Grade IV.The students with their rhythmic steps magnificently showcased their dancing skills by dancing to the tunes of a Punjabi number also.

The event was designed to forge a better understanding of the labour community among our students, aptly staged through a role play.

The class IV employees were also presented with cards and flowers as a mark of respect.
The ceremony came to a close by lauding the ceaseless efforts of the work force of the nation.