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As a part of ongoing theme of learning about monuments Prep students visited Kalaram Temple, tucked on the sacred banks of Godavari River. The children learnt about this ancient Hindu shrine which is dedicated to Lord Rama, his consort Sita and brother Lakshman, who are enshrined inside the sanctum.They performed aarti and learnt about the history of the temple.

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Our young learners were introduced to LEGO learning which is a great manipulative to work the fingers as children build and even pick up LEGO pieces. Children loved the thrill of building math train, stories and emotions through these pieces. Playing with LEGOs from a young age instills a greater sense of spatial awareness, understanding of sizes, shapes, balance, and building up strong little muscles in their hands that will help them do other skills, such as learn to write.

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What is cuter than a dad and his little ones spending time with each other! Date with Dad was planned with loads of fun and exciting activities like my daddy strongest challenge, super chef, dance with daddy, etc which was a great way of carving out special time for dad to spend one on one time with their kids, while creating beautiful memories.

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To inculcate moral values and encouraging the importance of mother tongue Hindi among students, Hindi Doha Recitation was conducted for the Prep students of Delhi Public School Nashik & ‘The Little’ campus. Students recited Dohas of famous poets and writers namely Kabirdas, Tulsidas & few others with great spontaneity and ease. The participants displayed wonderful expression skills while explaining and referring to the context of the Dohas. Students were encouraged and guided on fluency, accuracy, pronunciation. Making learning possible in a happy environment is always a concrete motive of DPS, Nashik.

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Respected Principal of DPS Nashik Dr. Pushpy Dutt attended a two day Early ED Asia 2019 conference held at Jaipur, Rajasthan which aimed at providing a platform for learning networking and sharing the best practices, latest trends in teaching and research to provide a stronger foundation to our children.

“Kiddies paint their moods in shades of blue” The Kindergarten section of DPS celebrated Blue Day with excitement and enthusiasm . It was a pleasant and a cool blue day for the tiny tots. Clad in blue dresses, students were made to recognize blue colour through different games and play-way activities. An array of blue coloured objects like umbrella, ball, cloud, flowers etc. were at display thus providing the students opportunities to have a clear sense of the colour and its importance. The little ones made a Blue birthday caps , decorated with stars and glitter.

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Padma Bhushan award to DPS Chairman Shri V. K. Shunglu Chairman of Delhi Public School Society Shri V.K. Shunglu was conferred upon with a very prestigious award ‘PADMA BHUSHAN’ by President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind at the 70th Republic Day celebrations held at Rajpath, New Delhi. This is one amongst the country’s highest civilian awards for their contribution towards the nation. V.K. Shunglu joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1962 from the Madhya Pradesh cadre. He has worked as Special Secretary in the Power ministry in 1993 and as Secretary, Health and Family Welfare in 1994. He also served as the Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion in 1995 and as a member of the Foreign Investment Promotion Board. He was appointed as the 9th Comptroller and Auditor General of India in 1996 and served in the position till his retirement in 2002. He has been an epitome of leadership and governance in Delhi Public School Society since 1998. Director Mr. Siddharth Rajgarhia, Principal Dr. Pushpy Dutt and the entire team of Delhi Public School Nashik extended heartiest congratulations to Shri V.K. Shunglu and experienced a moment of pride and honor to be a part of DPS society. All the students acquired encouragement on receiving this noble news. #PadmaBhushan #DPSSociety #CBSESchool #DPSNashik

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Delhi Public School, Nashik celebrated the 70th Republic Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The patriotic spirit in the school was there for all to see. The event started with the hoisting of the National Flag by the Honorable Chief Guest, Group Captain A. D. Nandedkar, Station Commander 793 SU, Air Force, posted at Ojhar. He was accompanied by the Director Mr. Siddharth Rajgarhia and Principal Dr. Pushpy Dutt. The national anthem was sung with enthusiasm and patriotic fervor followed by the 'Flag Song' to salute the tri-colors of India. Group Captain Nandedkar was welcomed warmly by the Director and the Principal. He gave an inspiring speech to the students about the Republic Day. The programme unfolded with a March Past by all the four Houses, the salute for which was taken by the Chief Guest. The Choir Group sang an English prayer, which was followed by motivating Speeches in Hindi and English, which enlightened the students about the relevance of Republic Day and what is the way forward for the youth of the country. Next in the line was the Patriotic song presentation. The environment wore a nationalist fervor as the students enthralled all with a patriotic dance performance. The vote of thanks followed next and the event culminated with the distribution of sweets. The Republic Day function at DPS Nasik thus concluded on a sweet note, reminding us all to preserve this priceless freedom of ours!

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With the objective to inculcate the factor of pride and integrity in each child about our Motherland India , to make the students aware about the importance of our 70th Republic day & the Constitution of our country, a special assembly was organized for our young learners. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the school premises was adorned in the hues of the tri-colour balloons. The preschool celebrated the occasion with patriotic songs and cultural dances performed energetically by the students which added a festive spirit to the occasion. The vibrant show commenced with melodious patriotic group song 'Nanha Munna Rahi huun’by our little ones of Pre nursery. The event ended on a sweet note with Laddu distribution for the tiny little munchkins!

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Gateway to Defence career at DPS A career in the Defence Forces as an officer has always had a place of dignity and respect amongst the youth, though not very high on the popularity graph as a career option these days. Notwithstanding the exponential growth in white collar jobs in the last two decades, the reason to a large extent also depends upon unawareness among the youth regarding the options available, service conditions and quality of life. With such a note to provide information, motivate the students and generate awareness one such seminar on’ Gateway to Defence Career’ was conducted at Delhi Public School Nashik for grade 9 & 10 students by the Mr. Suhas Bhole & Mrs. Viashali Mhetre from the Services Preparatory Institute – Government of Maharashtra. A student finishing plus two examinations can opt for an engineering career in the Army or Navy through Technical Entry Scheme, which enables him to become an engineer at Army expense before getting commissioned as an officer. No UPSC examination is required for this entry. Besides this the entry through National Defence Academy can be an option. NDA provides world class training facilities which include a graduation in science/humanities stream from JNU. It gives one innumerable opportunities to develop one’s personality and cultivate new interests. In fact one can choose from over thirty different extra-curricular activities like aero-modeling, golf, gliding, sailing, wind surfing astronomy and many more. Above all it is the rich quality of life tempered by good discipline offered by the services which cannot find comparison.