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Delhi Public School - Best School In Nashik School can be an integral part of a child’s life. A child goes to school not just to gain knowledge or information but to learn the essential threads of group dynamics, adjustment, developing interpersonal skills to live in a connected world. Schools provide a plethora of platforms through scholastics, co- scholastic activities, values through life skill education, personality development, sportsmanship spirit and team abilities, which help any child to evolve as a responsible individual.
Inter-DPS National Information Technology Festival ‘IT @ CuttingEdge 2018’ was held at DPS, Noida on 25th August 2018. DPS, Nashik was invited to participate in the same. Exciting competitions like Movie Making, Programming in C++/Python and G.D. Teachers' Training were organised at the festival. In the Movie Making event based on Digital Footprints, DPS, Nashik’s Std. IX and XI students’ team presented their creativity 'Mirage.' Appreciation and applause were showered on the team for their skills in acting and dubbing. It was an honour for the students to be the recipients of the certificate. Another feather was added in the cap when they reached the final round of the Group Discussion Competition. A training session on 'Cyber Security' was also conducted for the teachers and students. DPS, Nashik Family congratulated the students for this grand feat.
A Visit to the School Library to encourage Reading DPS, Nashik teachers took the onus of upgrading the reading skills of their students with a visit to the School Library. Grade VII to IX were made to understand the library resources and Subject Enrichment Programme. The librarian, Samruddha Ma’am explained how to make the proper use of reference books. Rita Ma'am provided our budding readers with many insights into the authors' lives and their books. The most important thing which the students learned was ways in which they could utilize the mountain of information in the library, not only for a specific purpose but also for research and to select appropriate books on certain topics. This activity also helped to cultivate the reading habit in students. #DPSNashik #FunLearning #SchoolActivity #Library #2018 #readingskills #reading
Coins: A Way to understand Indian Heritage Grade IX students of Delhi Public School, Nashik visited the Coin Museum. Trained researchers specialized in different numismatic periods delivered a brief account of the artifacts used in the early medieval, medieval and late medieval period to the students. This information helped the students to understand the sources of learning and studying history. The museum showcases a large number of coins, bronze statues, terracotta pots, ancient jewellery etc. It also includes three models which demonstrate the evolution of Mint from manual to mechanical. The students were amazed to know about the four Coin Minters in India: Mumbai with a symbol of diamond, Delhi with a symbol of s rounded dot, Hyderabad with a symbol of a star and Kolkata with no symbol. The visit offered the students an insight to discover the rich hidden heritage of India. #DPSNashik #SchoolActivity #FunLearning #CoinMuseum #Coins #History #Heritage #2018
Brethren without Boundaries’ DPS, Nashik expanding horizons, joining hands with Sri Lanka. Implication of , Swami Vivekananda’s historic speech , “ I am proud to belong to a religion which has taught the world both tolerance and universal acceptance” was observed at the campus of Delhi Public School Nashik on the account of ‘World Tourism Day’. DPS, Nashik has taken steps towards the accomplishment of Broad Vision instilling in the community ‘Shake hands , without clenched fist’. World Tourism Day celebrated on 27 September around the world , is a unique opportunity to raise awareness on tourism’s actual and potential contribution to sustainable development. The platform of DPS , Nashik spread the message of’ Brethren without Boundaries’ as the students of grade II, III & IV showcased the unique tradition , celebration of occasions, language and attire through their performances in ‘ Fancy Dress Competition’. The students donned themselves in attire representing themselves as denizens of Sri Lanka and inhabitants of the different zones of India. Vibrancy of the enactments by the students enhanced with vivid hue and flamboyance of the expressions had kept the audience awestruck . Students came forward and introduced themselves in the respective regional language along with the information of culture and relevant backdrop. The ramp walk showcased confidence and the open mindsets and arms of the young minds to embrace global ethnicity. The event culminated with a profound thought , “The world is our root; branches are the nations; and leaves are the people. Let us appreciate the fact that we all have originated from one place and we all belong to one family. Hence, the whole world is one family , Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.”
Happy Children’s day hymn was all around the corners of Delhi Public School, Nashik. Children were thrilled to see their teachers perform in their assembly like one of them. Teachers conducted the assembly as the children would present their roles. Principal Dr. Pushpy Dutt delivered a beautiful and informative speech on Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and his love for children which eventually made his birthday celebrated as Children’s day in India. She narrated the entire speech as a child would orate. All the Children laughed and giggled to their best at the same time gathered the information provided. Children had a fun time answering to the quiz, rolling on tongue twisters, listening to beautiful poetries and cake cutting. At the end Principal extended a happy note to the children by granting them an extra play time for the day and also mentioned school days are the best days in a Child’s life.
Happy Children’s day hymn was all around the corners of Delhi Public School, Nashik. Children were thrilled to see their teachers perform in their assembly like one of them. Teachers conducted the assembly as the children would present their roles. Principal Dr. Pushpy Dutt delivered a beautiful and informative speech on Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and his love for children which eventually made his birthday celebrated as Children’s day in India. She narrated the entire speech as a child would orate. All the Children laughed and giggled to their best at the same time gathered the information provided. Children had a fun time answering to the quiz, rolling on tongue twisters, listening to beautiful poetries and cake cutting. At the end Principal extended a happy note to the children by granting them an extra play time for the day and also mentioned school days are the best days in a Child’s life.
The toddlers of Prep and Nursery of Delhi Public School Nashik culminated their ongoing theme with a display of various activities with loads of enthusiasm and confidence in front of their parents. They presented information in multiple ways which is a part of theme based holistic education. It keeps the learners engaged, fires their curiosity and gives them a platform to realize their potential and explore their talents. The Theme Assembly was a step in this direction. It shares the teaching-learning processes with the parents and reinforces the tenet that every child is an achiever by ensuring the participation of each and every learner. Chief Guest Dr. Anita Merani a renowned Fitness expert and cosmetologist graced the occasion along with Principal Dr. Pushpy Dutt and Director Mr. Siddharth Rajgarhia. The dignitaries were spell bound by the performances of the little ones.
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