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Inter-house Group Song Competition

04.08.18

Singing is one of the simplest and yet most powerful forms of music-making. It doesn’t cost anything, anyone can learn, and everyone possesses an instrument.

To assess the music quotient of its DPS Jhansi organised an inter-house group song competition on 4 August 2018. The students of different houses gleaming with enthusiasm, entered into a war of melodies. They were successful in mesmerising us by their splendid voice. The trills and scales were rightfully justified and enchanted the audience.

scales were rightfully justified and enchanted the audience. RESULT S/N House Position 1 Galileo 1st

RESULT

S/N

House

Position

1

Galileo

1st

2

Edison

2nd

3

Tesla

3rd

4

Vinci

4th

Inter DPS G.K.Quiz Competition

11.08.18

Quizzes provide students with fun, promote their knowledge at the same time, increase their information, making them feel that they don't spend time for nothing in the contrary it evokes their emotions for more and more of spending valuable time learning to discover and communicate with others.

DPS Society conducted an Inter DPS G.K Quiz Competition on 11th of August in Haridwar. Students of DPS Jhansi also actively participated in the competition. They appeared for written G.K. quiz and qualified for other rounds as well. Post the competition, students had their railway journey back to Jhansi.

G.K. quiz and qualified for other rounds as well. Post the competition, students had their railway

Independence Day Celebration

15.08.18

Independence means voluntary restraints and discipline, voluntary acceptance of the rule of law.

DPS Jhansi celebrated India's 72nd Independence Day on 15 August 2018. The chief guests- Mr. Vinayak Aggarwal (Director), Mrs. Swasti Aggarwal (Director) and Mrs. Shweta Maheshwari (Manager), were welcomed by the school and were presented a token of respect. The program commenced with a Saraswati Vandana. After remembering the Almighty, it was time for flag hoisting by our chief guests, followed by enchanting of National Anthem. The students marched on the beats of drum as smartly as our dignified soldiers. After that, a series of cultural programmes followed. The program included singing and dancing by the students dressed in tricolours. Speeches on our freedom fighters and the richness of India's cultural heritage was very well put forward by the students. Little students presented a dumb bell dance and Ball PT, showing their patriotism for the country. Senior students recited Hindi and English poetry in India's honour. Towards the termination of the programme, the Principal Mrs. Bhawna Nain gave a vote of thanks and the students left for their homes with joy and pleasure in their hearts.

– Mrs. Bhawna Nain gave a vote of thanks and the students left for their homes

School Excursion to Gwalior

18.08.18

School excursions and incursions are animportant and effective means of motivating students and engaging them in active learning experiences. Excursions are carefully planned as part of the educational program at each year level.

DPS Jhansi students were taken a school excursion to Gwalior on 18 August 2018. The students enjoyed in the water park, had a delicious lunch and visited Birla Temple to seek the blessings of the Almighty. They returned the same day in the evening, with a lot of memories in their hearts.

to seek the blessings of the Almighty. They returned the same day in the evening, with

Inter-house Table Tennis Competition

25.08.18

Table Tennis is a great sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. It can be played year round as it can be played both indoors and outdoors. Aside from the pure enjoyment of the game, table tennis has many benefits. It teaches teamwork and communication and is a great social activity.

To shower its students with all these benefits, DPS Jhansi organised an inter-house table tennis competition on 25 August 2018. The program was a great success and gave us high spirited sportespersons.

RESULT

Junior Girls

S/N

Name

Class

House

Position

1

Pragati Kumari

7

Tesla

1st

2

Shrishti Rajpoot

7

Vinci

2nd

 

Junior Boys

S/N

Name

Class

House

Position

1

Shiv Kumar Vanshkar

5

Tesla

1st

2

Vineet Sahu

5

Edison

2nd

3

Vishwendra Yadav

7

Vinci

3rd

 

Senior Girls

S/N

Name

Class

House

Position

1

Yogita Tiwari

8

Vinci

1st

2

Rishika Shukla

8

Tesla

2nd

Senior Boys

S/N

Name

Class

House

Position

1

Vineet Kumar

10

Vinci

1st

2

Atharv Kelkar

10

Edison

2nd

3

Akshay Goswami

10

Tesla

3rd

 

Senior Boys Doubles

 

S/N

Name

House

Position

1

Vineet Kumar (X)

Vinci

 

1st

Dushyant Rajpoot (X)

 

2

Atharv Kelkar (X)

Edison

2nd

Ojaswit Shuka (VIII)

3

Akshay Goswami (X)

Tesla

 

3rd

Sarthak Gupta (X)

 

British Council Event- Remembering Famous Personalities of India, Britain,

Germany, America and Nepal

26.08.18

Students should take a greater interest in famous personalities' culture to boost their understanding of politics, morality and the economy, according to leading academic.

To achieve this target, DPS, in association with British Council organised an event- Remembering Famous Personalities of India, Britain, Germany, America and Nepal. The event was conducted on 26 August 2018, and was divided between two classes, viz., V and VI. Class V students were assessed on the basis of their knowledge, research and creativity by organising Scrap Book Decorating Competition for them. While class VI was engaged in Fancy Dress Competition on the same theme. Both the events were greatly appreciated by the management and parents. Besides, the students became wiser than ever before.

the events were greatly appreciated by the management and parents. Besides, the students became wiser than

Teacher's Day Celebration

5.09.18

A good teacher is ike a candle. It consumes itself to light way of others. To celebrate and express their gratitude towards their loving teachers, students of DPS organised a felicitation ceremony for teachers on 5 September 2018. They displayed a wide range of programmes like:

singing, dancing, games and thanks giving. Its main aim was to instil a sense of respect and admiration for the teachers in the hearts of young children. A token of honour was given to every teacher and titles and songs were dedicated. It was a remarkable day celebrating the auspicious bond between a teacher and a student.

titles and songs were dedicated. It was a remarkable day celebrating the auspicious bond between a

Hindi Debate, Story Writing and Recitation Competition

04.09.18

Hindi debates and recitations set the stage for intellectual discourse- thoughtful people to ponder over important issues, form an opinion, draft an argument and then deliver the argument to convince the audience.

DPS Jhansi organised an inter-house hindi debate, story writing and recitation competition on 4th and 5th September 2018. Students were assessed on the basis of their pronounciation, presentation, actions and thought process. Jury panel included an arena of skilled hindi teachers, who were really amazed by the confidence showed by the students.

RESULT

9

House

Position

1

Galileo

1st

2

Edison

2nd

3

Tesla

3rd

4

Vinci

4th

Investiture Ceremony

6.09.18

The most awaited moment for every DPSite was the investiture ceremony which was conducted on 16 September 2018. The school appointed its student council which comprised of Sr. Head Boy, Sr. Head Girl, CCA Incharge, Vice CCA Incharge, Sports Captain, Sports Vice Captain, House Captains and House Vice Captains. The students took oath to always look high to their school, perform their duties with dedication and honesty, and take the school to great heights.

always look high to their school, perform their duties with dedication and honesty, and take the

Swacch Bharat Abhiyan

02.10.18

We can no more gain Gods blessing with an unclean body than with an unclean mind. A clean body cannot reside in an unclean city.

The movement led by Hon'ble Prime Minister- Mr. Narendra Modi, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, took its course all the way to DPS Jhansi. DPS Jhansi students were voluntarily taken to the Jhansi Railway to conduct Swacchta Abhiyan on 2 October 2018. The students accompanied with posters, slongans and placards were witnessed cleaning the premises. They also performed a street play to attract attention of the crowd. It aimed at creating awareness among the people and making India a better place to live in.

attention of the crowd. It aimed at creating awareness among the people and making India a

Inter DPS Basketball Competition

04.10.18

Basketball has always been students' favorite sports, both for fun and for a good challenge. When they play with my friends, at school or on the street in the summer it helps them stay active, make friends and practice their skills that they need for on court drive. Basketball helps to make friends, build confidence and skills that will help them reach goals. They learn that you may win and you may lose, but you will always win within yourself if you try harder every time you put your mind to something.

DPS Society conducted an Inter DPS Basketball Competition on 4th and 6th of October at DPS Roorkee. DPS Jhansi students also appeared for the competition. After playing a series of matches with great enthusiasm and zeal, the students geared back to Jhansi.

for the competition. After playing a series of matches with great enthusiasm and zeal, the students

Dussehra Celebration

12.10.18

Dussehra is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navratri every year. It is observed on the tenth day in the Hindu calendar month of Ashvin, the seventh month of the Hindu Luni-Solar Calendar, which typically falls in the Gregorian months of September and October. This festival is celebrated reminding the victories of Good over Evil.

To remember this victorious day, DPS Jhansi made arrangements for Dussehra celebration and night camp on 12.10.18 and 13.10.18. The students dressed in beautiful attires, led us drooling over their Ramleela Skit. There were also games like Antakshari, Tambola, Basketball, Volleyball and treasure hunt. Students were shown three movies in different slots. They had their lunch, followed by the cultural programmes including Ravan Dahen. The program was a great success and immensely thrilled the students.

by the cultural programmes including Ravan Dahen. The program was a great success and immensely thrilled
by the cultural programmes including Ravan Dahen. The program was a great success and immensely thrilled

Diwali Celebration

30.10.18

One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolises the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance".

DPS Jhansi orchestrated Diwali celebration on 30.10.18 for the whole DPS Family. Administrators, teachers, students and parents gathered to celebrate the homecoming of Lord Rams from exile. The revellers adorned themselves in their finest clothes. The school was illuminated with diyas (lamps and candles). The family offered puja (prayers) to Lakshmi the goddess of prosperity and wealth. There were numerous games for students and their parents, post laying floor decorations, such as Rangoli Making Competition. The event was followed by ethnic programmes and cracker show. After the feast, the students geared back for their homes.

The event was followed by ethnic programmes and cracker show. After the feast, the students geared
The event was followed by ethnic programmes and cracker show. After the feast, the students geared

Annual Sports Day 2018-19

31.10.18

Sports day has been proven to enhance sentimental and physical development, as well as social skills and even improvements in academic performance. To achieve its benefits, DPS Jhansi conducted Annual Sports Day on 31 October 2018. Students also learnt hands-on about the need to abide by the rules, team work, fair play and respect for others.Children also learnt how to cope in a competitive environment as well as learning all about winning and losing; these are important life skills to assimilate in preparation for the working environment. At sports day they had spectators encouraging them on. Regardless of win or lose, as an individual or team, a big part of sports day was sitting outside having fun with friends under sunshine.

or lose, as an individual or team, a big part of sports day was sitting outside

Result

GRADE 2 - FUN BALLOON RACE

 

BOYS

S.No

Name

Class

House

 

Rank

1

AKSH VERMA

2

TESLA

3rd

3

UJJWAL VERMA

2

EDISON

 

5

VAIBHAV YADAV

2

GALILEO

 

6

KRISHNA

2

GALILE0

 

7

YUVRAJ SINGH

2

VINCI

2nd

8

ANUJ YADAV

2

VINCI

1

st

GRADE 3 - BASKET RACE

 

BOYS

 

GIRLS

S.No

Name

Class

House

Rank

S.No

Name

Class

House

Rank

1

   

TESLA

3

rd

1

ANANYA

3

TESLA

 
 

KUMARI

AYUSMAN

3

KUSHWAHA

2

 

3

TESLA

 

2

ARTHIKA

3

   

AGARWAL

VANSH

TESLA

TIWARI

3

GULTAAJ

3

EDISON

 

3

NAINA

3

 

2

nd

SINGH VIRK

PATEL

EDISON

 

4

 

3

EDISON

2

nd

4

AKSHITA

2

EDISON

 
 

SINGH

SHIVANSH

PATHAK

5

ABHINAV

3

GALILEO

 

5

SAPNA

2

GALILEO

 

YADAV

6

NAVYANSH

3

GALILEO

 

6

--------------

-------

   

SINGH

GALILEO

7

 

3

VINICI

1

st

7

MAHI

3

VINCI

3 rd

 

GUPTA

DHANESH

YADAV

8

RISHI OJHA

3

VINICI

 

8

GRESSICA

3

VINCI

1 st

JAIN

GRADE 4 HOOP RACE

 

BOYS

     

GIRLS

   

S.N

Name

Clas

House

Ran

S.N

Name

Clas

House

Ran

o

s

k

o

s

k

1

ATHARVA

4

TESLA

2 nd

1

ANBHI

4

TESLA

 

YADAV

PARASHAR

2

MOHD. FAIZ

4

TESLA

 

2

NIHARIKA

4

TESLA

 

SIDDIQUI

MISHRA

3

VARUN

4

EDISON

 

3

ASTHA

4

   

YADAV

RAWAT

EDISON

4

HEMADITYA

4

EDISON

 

4

SOUMYA

4

EDISON

 

SHRIVASTAV

A

5

KAUSHAL

4

GALILE

3 rd

5

AHANA

`4

GALILE

3

rd

YADAV

O

O

 

6

ANSH YADAV

4

GALILE

 

6

AKSHITA

4

GALILE

2

nd

O

SHRIVASTAV

O

 

A

7

 

4

VINCI

1 st

7

PARLEEN

4

VINCI

 

KAUR

SPARSH

YADAV

8

KUBER

4

VINCI

 

8

ANSHIKA

4

VINCI

1

st

YADAV

YADAV

 

GRADE 5 - BALANCING BALL WITH PARTNER

 

BOYS

     

GIRLS

   

S.N

Name

Clas

House

Ran

S.N

Name

Class

House

Ran

o

s

k

o

k

1

SHIV

5

TESLA

2

nd

1

DIYA

5

GALILE

3

rd

KUMAR

 

KUSHWAHA

O

 

2

ANIRYDH

5

TESLA

2

nd

2

 

5

GALILE

2

nd

 

O

 

SANJANA

JADHAV

3

SYED ZAKI

5

EDISON

1 st

3

 

5

GALILE

2

nd

ALI

O

 

MANSI

JADHAV

4

 

5

EDISON

1 st

4

TVISHA

5

GALILE

1

st

VIEET SAHU

YARVAGULA

O

 

5

UTKARSH

5

GALILE

3

rd

5

 

5

GALILE

3

rd

SINGH

O

 

O

 

SHARMISHTH

A RAJE

6

SHASHWAT

5

GALILE

3

rd

6

SAPNA

2

GALILE

1

st

RAUTHAN

O

 

O

 

7

VIBHOR

 

VINCI

 

7

   

-------

 

RAJPOOT

5

---------

-------

8

SHREYANS

5

VINCI

 

8

------

-------

---------

 

H

-

KUSHWAH

A

GRADE - 6 TO 7

100M

 

BOYS

     

GIRLS

   

S.No

Name

Class

House

Rank

S.No

Name

Class

House

Rank

 

SHIVKUMAR

5

TESLA

1

st

1

ANJALI

7

TESLA

2

nd

1

 

KUMARI

 
 

RITURAJ

7

TESLA

 

2

PALAK

7

TESLA

1

st

2

SINGH

KUMARI

 

3

ARYAN

7

EDISON

2 nd

3

--------------

------

EDISON

 

YADAV

4

MEDHANSH

6

EDISON

 

4

--------------

------

EDISON

 

JAISWAL

5

ABHISEK

7

GALILEO

3 rd

5

----------

--------

GALILEO

 

RAJPOOT

6

ATTHARV

7

GALILEO

 

6

--------

--------

GALILEO

 

KOCHAR

7

ANUJ

7

VINCI

 

7

PRAGATI

7

VINCI

3

rd

MALIK

KUMARI

 

8

KABIR PAL

7

VINCI

 

8

IPSLITA

7

VINCI

 

GRADE - 8 TO 9

100M

 

BOYS

 

GIRLS

S.No

Name

Class

House

Rank

S.No

Name

Class

House

Rank

1

KUSH

9

TESLA

   

RIYA

9

TESLA

 

TIWARI

1

BUNDELA

 

UJJWAL

9

TESLA

 

2

TEJASWINI

9

TESLA

2

nd

2

TIWARI

 

3

HANSHAN

8

EDISON

3 rd

3

PRANISHA

8

EDISON

1

st

VIRK

 

4

ZAID ALI

9

EDISON

 

4

-------------

---------

EDISON

 

5

NEER JAIN

9

GALILEO

 

5

APOORVA

9

GALILEO

3

rd

6

ADHIRAJ

8

GALILEO

1 st

6

VIGYA

8

GALILEO

 

NAIN

MISHRA

7

KAPIL

8

VINCI

 

7

KIRTI YADAV

9

VINCI

 

RAJPOOT

8

shresth

9

VINCI

2

nd

8

------------

----

VINCI

 

yadav

 

GRADE -10 ,11

 

100M

 

BOYS

     

GIRLS

S.No

Name

Class

House

S.No

 

Name

Class

House

Rank

1

RAGHAV

11

TESLA

   

10

TESLA

 

MEGHANI

1

 

DIVYA

BUNDELA

2

Akrit yadav

11

TESLA

2

 

------

-----

TESLA

 

3

SOUMY

11

EDISON

3

TANUSHIKA

----

EDISON

1

st

MISHRA

 

4

PARV

11

EDISON

4

 

-------

-----

EDISON

 

5

SANJAY

10

GALILEO

5

ANEESHA

10

GALILEO

3

rd

SINGH

 

6

RIDAM

11

GALILEO

6

 

ANISHA

9

GALILEO

 

GUPTA

YADAV

7

Dushyant

11

VINCI

7

 

IQRA

10

VINCI

2

nd

rajoot

Shahwaz

 

8

AKSH

9

VINCI

8

 

------

----

VINCI

 

GURJAR

 

GRADE - 6 TO 8

4X100

RELAY

HOUSE TESLA

HOUSE EDISON

Rank - 2nd

Rank 3 rd

 

BOYS

class

 

GIRLS

class

 

BOYS

class

GIRLS

class

 

1

Aman

 

8

 

Anjati

 

7

 

Kushaagra

6

Kajal

8

 

kumar

 

kumara

   
 

2

 

5

   

7

 

ARYAN

6

Pranisha

8

 

Anirudh

   

Palak

 

YADAV

 

3

kumar

 

5

kumari

 

7

 

Pari

8

4

Shiv kumar

6

Risihika

8

 

Daksh jain

6

shrivastava

8

   

singh

 

Shaan sachan

8

Ananaya

Vickey

 
 

Kashvi

NO

 

House - GALILEO

   

House VINCI Rank 3 rd

 
   

BOYS

class

GIRLS

 

class

BOYS

class

GIRLS

class

       

Kapil

8

Pragati kumar

7

1

 

Raghav rai

rajpoot

 

8

Vigya mishra

 

8

Yogita Tiwari

8

2

 

Vishwendra

7

 

Adhiraj nain

8

Risihika

 

8

yadav

Ipshita pathak

7

3

 

singh

 

Abhisek rajpoot

 

7

 

5

Kabir pal

7

4

 

Diya

 

Ajay yadav

 

6

Sapna

 

2

Anurag

singh

6

GRADE - 9 TO 11

4X100 Relay

NO

 

House -

TESLA

   

House

EDISON

 
 

Rank 1 st

 

Rank 3 rd

   

BOYS

class

GIRLS

class

BOYS

class

GIRLS

class

 

11

Riya

9

Churchill

10

Tanushka

 

11

1

Raghav meghani

 

11

Shanaya

9

R.s vishal

10

Sejal

 

9

 

Akrit yadav

singh

 

2

 

9

soumy mishra

11

Meghana

 

9

Akshita

 

3

 

Sumit singh

10

Tejaswani

9

zaid ali

9

Pari

srivastava

 

8

Akshay

10

 

4

Goswami

NO

 

House - GALILEO Rank 2 nd

   

House-VINCI

 
 

BOYS

class

 

GIRLS

class

 

BOYS

 

class

 

GIRLS

class

 

11

             
 

1

Ridam Gupta

Iqra

 

10

   

Sakshi Sahu

 

9

 

Aditya Kelkar

 

11

 
       

Kirti yadav

 

9

 

2

Sanjay Singh

10

 

Aneesha

 

9

 

Dushyant

 

10

 
 

Yadav

 

Rajpoot

 

Yogita

 

8

   

Tiwari

 
 

3

Basant

 

Anjali

Shresth Yadav

 

9

 

purohit

11

Singh

 

10

 

7

 

4

10

 

8

Vineet Kumar

 

10

Pragati

 

Nishant

 

Vigya

   

yadav

Mishra

Mix Relay

- GRADE- 6 TO 8

NO

House - Edison(Rank 1 st )

 

House-GALILEO House- TESLA Rank 2 nd

 

House - Vinci(Rank 3 nd )

 

BOYS

class

BOYS

class

BOYS

class

BOYS/

class

/GIRLS

/GIRLS

/GIRLS

GIRLS

1

 

8

   

Raghav rai

8

Shiv kumar

5

Harshan Vink

Kapil

 

8

Adhiraj Nain

8

Aman Kumar

8

2

Daksh Jain

6

Rajpoot

6

8

Anjali

7

3

Vivek

 

Vigya Mishra

Kumari

7

4

Pranisha

Ananya

8

8

Pragati

6

Risika Singh

8

Palak Kumari

Kumari

 

8

Yogita

 

Tiwari

Mix Relay

- GRADE- 9 TO 11

Overall Result

NO

House - Edison (3 rd ) House - Vinci

 

House-Galileo(2 nd )

 
 

House-Tesla( 1 st )

 
 

BOYS /GIRLS

class

BOYS

class

BOYS

class

GIRLS

class

/GIRLS

/GIRLS

1

       

Sanjay Singh

 

10

Raghav

11

 

Meghani

Tanushaka

11

Dushyant

10

2

Rajpoot

Ridam

 

11

Sumit

11

Sejal

9

11

 

singh

Aditya Kelkar

Aneesha

 

9

9

3

yadav

 

Akshita

R s vishal

10

9

Singh

Kirti Yadav

 

8

9

4

Vigya Mishra

 

Ritik Pal

11

Iqra

10

Shanaya

Singh

Galileo- 52 Rank 1st

Tesla- 51 2nd

Vinci- 46 3rd

Edison- 45 4th

Children's Day

On November 14 every year, Children’s Day is celebrated all across India. It commemorates the birth anniversary ofJawaharlal Nehru, who, due to his love for children was fondly known as Chacha Nehru.

The day emphasises on the importance of giving love, attention and affection to children. “The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country,” said Nehru.

DPS Jhansi loves its children and to celebrate this day a series of programmes were organised on 14 November 2019. Teachers were dressed as students and presented assembly on the stage. They presented speech, poems, thoughts, news headlines and prayer songs. A couple of games were also planned for them like tug of war. This made children really overwhelmed and loved.

songs. A couple of games were also planned for them like tug of war. This made

Dental Check-up

An ounce of prevention can go a long way when it comes to your oral health. Regular checkups can identify problems early before they become major issues that can damage not just your oral health, but your overall health. DPS Jhansi conducted a dental check-up for its students on 14 November 2019.

Dr Rajesh Tiwari took time from his busy schedule and guided our students about importance of oral hygiene!!

2019. Dr Rajesh Tiwari took time from his busy schedule and guided our students about importance

Endangered Species of India, Nepal and Africa

British council activity on Endangered species of India, Nepal and Africa was conducted by the students of DPS Jhansi on 18 November 2019.

Class VIII students made a PowerPoint presentation and class VII students did group discussion to understand the seriousness of the issue of endangered species. These activities will broaden their horizon & increase the range of their knowledge and understanding.

species. These activities will broaden their horizon & increase the range of their knowledge and understanding.
species. These activities will broaden their horizon & increase the range of their knowledge and understanding.

Teachers' Orientation

Teachers are our greatest assets in the society. They have the ability to inspire, empower, and foster environments of self-confidence, passion, and nurture the lives of students. To add more to their knowledge and experience, DPS Jhansi organised a Teachers' Orientation on 30 November 2019. It was headed by Mrs. Monika Agarwal and Mr. V N Kashyap from Suaviarty.

Teacher Orientation is important to lay a foundation for the new teachers, mainly to provide them with concise and accurate information about the ‘how things are done here’ to make them more comfortable in their teaching tenure.Orientation encourages the teacher’s confidence and helps them to adapt the teaching environment. It contributes to more effective and productive teaching practices.It promotes communication between the new teachers and the experienced teachers.

and productive teaching practices.It promotes communication between the new teachers and the experienced teachers.

Student's Orientation

Students orientation in today's time is extremely important. For this DPS Jhansi organised a students orientation programme for the students which was headed by Mrs Monika Agarwal and Mr. V N Kashyap from Suaviarty.

Orientation programs offer an opportunity to meet current students and other incoming students. Learning to meet new people and communicate effectively are importantpersonal and professional learning experiences.

“Adolescence is widely recognized as a period of social, religious, political, and vocational adjustments as well as a period of striving for increasing emotional and financial independence from parents.”

Children are asked on the one hand to make many adjustments and at the same time seek a greater degree of independence. If in the years before these changes a solid foundation for change has not been developed, adolescence can be both a traumatic and an unproductive period of growth. Students that don’t feel they can make it very often don’t even try.

To build confidence, it is imperative that parents, teachers, and students develop together a plan to insure a good beginning. The goal of this unit is to establish an orientation program for students entering middle school that will insure a positive atmosphere for learning as well as cooperation between parents, teachers, and students.

school that will insure a positive atmosphere for learning as well as cooperation between parents, teachers,

Parents' Orientation

Orientation is incomplete without the participation of the parents. So DPS Jhansi conducted an orientation for parents too, again headed by Mrs s Monika Agarwal and Mr. V N Kashyap from Suaviarty.

Adolescence is a very difficult period to define. There are amazing differences between adolescents. Each child is unique. What is universal is that adolescence is a problem solving activity. Families that communicate are more adaptable and better able to adjust. The picture presented by the media of the typical adolescent is indeed unfair. There is no typical adolescent and parents must be willing to take the time to know their own child. The adolescent is making vital decisions and parents not only have a right to help but an obligation.

In early school years many parents are regularly present on visitation nights, but this is not the case with older children as parent involvement drops off. While it is certainly not a good idea for parents to be involved in every decision a child must make, there is a need for support. Many parents would like to help but are not sure of the right amount of involvement or the proper approach to take. Parents must be encouraged to come to school. There is a great deal that any parent can do to help. Teachers and parents must be willing to lend support and open lines of communication. Children want role models and they need discipline. The truth is that while children appear to want total freedom, they do in fact want family structure, support, and love.

The truth is that while children appear to want total freedom, they do in fact want

Robotics Workshop

DPS Jhansi organised a three days Robotics Workshop from 6 December to 8 December for its students to achieve a creative learning among them.

Robots are an integral part of students’ everyday lives and most of them don’t even know it! From making breakfast, doing chores, and playing games, to buying a snack, robots are everywhere around them.

As robotics and computers become increasingly prevalent in students’ lives, understanding programming and programming concepts is becoming very important for students’ success. Robots are a fun, easy, and effective way to learn about computer programming. Programming a robot has tangible, observable effects. Testing the robot’s code can be done in a hands-on way with visual results.

The robots provide another opportunity for creative problem-solving. Students should learn to look at a problem in many ways, rather than applying a formula that they are given. When programming robotics, there can be many solutions to a single problem, and different students may take different paths to arrive at a solution. Students get to discuss their processes and the logic that they used to understand different methods and solutions. This opens students to the real world process of problem solving!

they used to understand different methods and solutions. This opens students to the real world process
they used to understand different methods and solutions. This opens students to the real world process

Christmas Carnival

Delhi Public School Jhansi was swept by the Yuletide spirit with Christmas fervour on 25 December 2019. Our special guests were Maj Gen Minhas and Mr Pradeep Jain.

The entire ground buzzed with various activities; fun and happiness completely took over everything. The students along with their teachers and parents put up as many as 60 stalls which included everything from games to food. Artists and craftsmen had come from Delhi to teach students their skills. The army band show was breathtaking with evergreen melodies.

Raffle prizes were the most awaited part of the event and kept the crowd full of curiosity. Special thanks to our parents whose presence made all the difference and made the event a success.

full of curiosity. Special thanks to our parents whose presence made all the difference and made
full of curiosity. Special thanks to our parents whose presence made all the difference and made

Republic Day

Being a National Festival, Republic Day is celebrated by people throughout the length and breadth of India irrespective of their demographic divisions of caste, creed, languages or religions. “Republic Day” instills the mixed emotions of nationalism and patriotism in all the people of India. People divided by languages, cultures and religions gather together to celebrate the day under the Tricolor or Tiranga.

The 70th Republic Day was celebrated on 26 January 2019 with patriotic fervour and gaiety in Delhi Public School Jhansi. The celebrations commenced with the customary unfurling of the national flag by our Director sir, Mr Vinayak Aggarwal followed by the National Anthem. The school band displayed a wonderful show that was appreciated by all. Patriotic song, poem and speech narrated by students filled the atmosphere with fervour and concern for their country. Sweets were distributed to all the students after the celebration.

atmosphere with fervour and concern for their country. Sweets were distributed to all the students after
atmosphere with fervour and concern for their country. Sweets were distributed to all the students after