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DPS Rohini Hosts Inter-School Event Numerom. 2012

Activities   Write Comment 3rd December, 2012

School / University: DPS Rohini School

GH4/57 Paschim Vihar Paschim Vihar - Delhi - (India)

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DPS Rohini hosts inter-school event Numeromania-2012December 3, 2012EducationtimesDPS Rohini hosted an inter-school event Numeromania 2012, to commemorate the National Mathematical Year. The chief guest for the occasion was Kuriakose Mamkoottam. The event began with the lamp lighting ceremony after which the school principal Rita Sen welcomed the gathering and spoke about the contributions of the great mathematician. Around 24 schools of Delhi participated in the educational and interactive events Papyrus Wonders, Maths Wizards, One on One, Surprise event and Graffiti. A selfcomposed poem Different Perspectives of Maths was recited by Deeksha Kapur (XI). The host school won the winners trophy. DPS Dwarka and DPS Gurgaon bagged the first and second runners up trophy respectively.Greenway Modern Sr Sec School, Dilshad Garden organised a scholars day function. The board toppers along with their parents were honoured for their academic brilliance for the year 2011-12. An array of cultural programmes were presented by the students. The highlight of the programme was the student-teacher combo, which captured the talents of students and teachers such as dancing and singing. The chief guest for the event was Andrei Sakantsev, Russian Centre of Science and Culture. School manager Kamal Sachdeva appreciated the efforts of students and teachers and highlighted the importance of national ties between the two countries. School principal Mohit Sachdeva gave the vote of thanks.Students of Balvantray Mehta Vidya Bhawan, Lajpat Nagar participated in a power point presentation in which they made slides on a variety of topics. Social activist Ashok Arora was the chief guest for the occasion and he complemented the students on their presentations The Ganges- Where is the religious fervour?, The Iron Lady of India Indira Gandhi, Bacteria, Siachen Glacier and Minimal Access Surgery. School headmistress Sunita Bhatia applauded the efforts of students and teachers.Rotary Public School, Gurgaon celebrated its annual function Juvenilia 2012. Rotary International director Rtn Shekhar Mehta was the chief guest. The music programme Green Sonata gave everyone an idea of living peacefully in nature without destructing the natural balance and was appreciated by all. The ballet Abhiudaya - A Quest (Mahabharata based) and the grand finale Le-Melange (a blend of national & international dance forms) were the star attraction. School principal Gulshan Dewan read the annual report Parikrama. School vice-principal RS Gogna, Anu Giridharan, TGT Science and Sharda Juneja, PRT Hindi were also rewardedfor serving the school for 25 years. Chairman, school committee, Rtn TK Parnami, rotarians, VIPs and parents attended the function.DPS Panipat City hosted the national inter-DPS English debate on November 23. Schools from various branches of DPS debated on the topic You cant climb the ladder of success unless you follow the axiom that the end justifies the means. Chief guest, Dr Sharada Nayak (member DPS Society) gave away the trophies. She also released the first science magazine of the school Einstein Bites. DPS Vasant Kunj emerged the winners. DPS Panipat City and DPS RK Puram were the first and second runner-up. Aaditya Gambhir & Kanika Malhotra (DPS Vasant Kunj) were declared the best speakers (for & against). Antaripa Bharali (DPS Digboi) and Saurav Ganguly (DPS Indore) were declared the best interjectors. School PVC Amit Rana and principal Udita Ganguly cheered the teams.Students of class-XII, Srishti Prasad and Harshit Gupta, of Amity International School, Mayur Vihar participated in the CBSE National Level Science Exhibition- 2012, held at St Xaviers School, Civil Lines, Delhi. They have invented an electric car, Eco-e, that produces zero e-waste and has innovative technologies such as linear steering, transmissioncum-differential system etc, which makes it more eco-friendly and efficient as compared to conventional electric cars. Over 200 projects from various schools across the country and abroad were displayed across 6 themes. Twenty projects were awarded the cash prizes. The team won the coveted award from the Theme Energy Resources and Conservation. Chairperson, Amity Schools, Dr Amita Chauhan congratulated the team.Students of Lilawati Vidya Mandir, Shakti Nagar participated in a Hindi declamation contest held at Swami Rama Tirtha Mission on November 17. Kashish Bhatia (XI) stood first in senior boys category, while Prachi Dhingra (XI) won the numero uno position in senior girls category. Both were awarded an individual trophy as well as a school trophy, along with books, certificate, scenery and a cash prize of Rs 500 each. Principal Sushma Khurana praised the winners.Modern Convent School, Sec-4, Dwarka organised the 3rd Tek Chand Mann skating championship 2012. Over 336 students from 39 schools and academies across the city participated. Chief guest, NC Kaushik, EO, zone-21, Distt South West-B, inaugurated the event. School vice-chairman AS Rana and principal Dr Geeta Parashar were also present. Queens Valley School was the winner. The British Council invited the principal, Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh, Alka Kapur and teacher coordinator Kavita Bhatia to attend the award ceremony in Mumbai on November 19. They were acknowledged with International School Award, Peer to Peer Accreditation Award (Global School Partnerships in collaboration with Aston University) and GSP Honours Award. The function was organised to recognise the exemplary efforts put in by schools that have been on this journey and have taken significant steps in this direction. Information gathered from Internet from Click Here