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An outstanding achievement - UCO examination by DPS Rushikesh Patil of grade III and Ranjeet Kulkarni of grade V of Delhi Public School Nashik have bagged third position in Zonal level and school topper in UCO exam conducted by unified Council respectively. Rushikesh has received Medal & Certificate of appreciation. Ranjeet has received a gold medal and the certificate of appreciation. Principal Dr. Pushpy Dutt congratulated them to bring laurels to the school.

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Theme assembly was held for Prep class, which was a platform for learners to showcase what they learnt in the class and how they do it in an activity based thematic way. They use more than one domain in each activity and enjoy learning with their peers and friends. This makes them confident and what they learn is remembered and recalled for a long time.

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Theme assembly was held for Nursery class, which was a platform for learners to showcase what they learnt in the class and how they do it in an activity based thematic way. They use more than one domain in each activity and enjoy learning with their peers and friends. This makes them confident and what they learn is remembered and recalled for a long time.

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National Science Day celebrated at DPS With the objective of developing the skills of scientific inquiry and investigation using practical techniques grade 1 students of Delhi Public School Nashik observed a science activity and celebrated National Science day National Science Day is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm on 28th of February every year in order to commemorate the invention of the Raman Effect in India by the Indian physicist, Sir Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman. Children were dressed up in different scientists outfit and related the different scientist’s contribution through their experiments. Parents took initiative to prepare their children in performing the experiments and to communicate the inventions in a very short and crisp way. Children were excited to see their friends engrossed in showing the experiments as if they themselves were involved in inventing a new experiment in their own way. Students came to know certain scientific facts behind the working of some gadgets. This gave the teachers a wonderful experience and satisfaction observing that the children took the Celebration of Science Day in a very fervent way.

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Quiz time at DPS “A person without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots”. To enroot this power of knowledge into students of Grade 2 of Delhi Public School Nashik, were inspired to participate in a General Knowledge Quiz based on ‘National Symbols and National Leaders’. All the sections of Grade 2 students participated with great enthusiasm in this quiz. To give fair chance to each student and for active participation set of questions were framed with 2 rounds. Students were divided into five teams and questions were based on “Identify the famous National leaders?” by showing them photos of famous legendary national leaders like Shri. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, APJ Abdul Kalam, Indira Gandhi, Bhagat Singh etc. This followed by the answers and detailed description about them. Students showed eagerness and excitement to reply to the questions based on national symbols which multiplied their knowledge. It was brilliant opportunity for students to share their knowledge with their fellow students which helped them to showcase their inner talent and pursue knowledge about great personalities. Overall the quiz complied with the message of national pride and also when you know better you do better.

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When the summer sun hits there’s nothing kids like more than getting wet. Children can’t have more fun than playing with water on a hot day in a splash pool! Our little ones made a splash with an epic pool party to escape the heat. The poolside was abundantly decorated with balloons, balls & colourful umbrellas to add ambiance to the party. The tiny tots turned up in colourful swim suits and had a great fun playing in the water. Refreshing drinks to sip in the cool pool and music to make the mood, were relished by all.

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Master Arnav Morankar of DPS, Nashik's Pre-primary Section secured the 1st position in the Decathlon Open Junior Roller Skating Sub-Junior and Junior Competition 2019 (U-6 Beginners). The competition was conducted by Nashik District Roller Skating Association at Decathlon on 17th February 2019. DPS, Nashik is proud of Arnav's achievements and wishes him good luck for the forthcoming tournaments. #DPSNashik #RollerSkating #Sports #Decathlon #2019

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To a child, there’s something very gratifying and magical about dipping a paintbrush into water, making huge brush strokes.Painting is much more than a simple activity. It is a way for different types of children to express themselves in their own special way. Painting also helps children use their senses, express emotion, explore process and outcomes, explore color, and create aesthetically pleasing works and experiences. Nursery Preschoolers had a blast painting with a mix of colors and loved the way it felt when they smeared paint on paper.

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Colours play an important role in our lives. A very important part of learning during Kindergarten years is identification and recognition of colours. Rainbow Day was made memorable with fun and colours by our Prep students.They made a collage of rainbow as an activity. It was an excellent learning experience for children, which enhanced their visual discrimination and colour identification. The main objective was to deliver the concept of “Rainbow colours” to the children through hands on activity.

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VALEDICTORY CEREMONY AT DPS NASHIK A Valedictory function for Grade 12 students was organised on 21st February 2019 at Delhi Public School, Nashik. The function was graced by the Chief Guest, Dr. Kalidas Chavan, Registrar, MUHS. The Chief Guest was welcomed by the Director, Mr. Siddharth Rajgarhia and the Principal, Dr. Pushpy Dutt. The function commenced by invocation of the almighty this was followed by a motivational song by the choir group of the school. Next, titles were bestowed on the students. A brief pen-picture was read about each one. The Chief Guest, Dr. Kalidas Chavan addressed the students. He talked about the importance of knowledge, skills and values in their lives and motivated them to do well in their Board Exams. The Principal, Dr. Pushpy Dutt, addressed the students where she emphasised that we need to prepare the students for the roads and not prepare roads for the students. She wished them all the best for their exams and a very successful future. There were speeches by the students and their parents, sharing their memorable moments and experiences at DPS. The students of Grade 11 ordained by the Principal, Dr Pushpy Dutt, were handed over the School flag symbolising the transfer of responsibilities from the outgoing students. The teachers present held out candles for the students as the students passed through the corridor of blessings created for them by the teachers. The function was a grand success and left everyone emotional.