Diwali Decoration In Classes VI- VIII

On the occasion of Diwali, Class VI decorated their classrooms and corridors with pomp and show. The classroom soft boards looked vibrant and colourful with posters of Lord Ganesha and Mahalakshmi and various slogans. Colorful door hangings made the entrance looked beautiful. Students also made rangolis inside the classrooms and in the corridors. A Class room decoration competition was held and judged by the Head of the Department of Hindi, Ms. Jyoti Bakshi. The boards outside the classrooms looked pretty with diyas, lanterns, colourful posters which said “no to crackers.” The main theme of the boards was LET’S CELEBRATE AN ECO-FRIENDLY DIWALI. The Class teachers discussed the importance of celebrating an eco-friendly Diwali.

This year class VII made some beautiful Diwali decorations to celebrate one of the most auspicious festivals of our country, Diwali or Deepavali. The students created Diwali boards, decorated diyas and eco-friendly Diwali collages. Almost every child contributed in making these decorations. There were also decorated lanterns hung on the sides of classes.

Students of class VIII got together with great zest and good cheer to decorate their block as well as their classes. Paper lanterns were made. Some made colourful streamers while some made lamps to do up their class boards and floor area. The entire block wears a festive look and imparts a feeling of joy.

The Result of Diwali Decoration Competition are as follows:

Class VI-Soft board

1- VI-B
2- VI-C
3. VI-E,
Judge by Mrs.Jyoti Bakshi, Head of Department of Hindi

Class VII-Soft board
1st- VII B
2nd – VII G
3rd – VII F
Judge by Mr Amit Rajput, Head of the Department of Art

Class VIII Soft board
1st- VIII F
2nd- VIII E
3rd- VIII H
Judged by Ms. Vandana Chandok, Head of Department, Political Science



Guest Speaker Programme for Biology Students of Classes XI and XII

Dr. O.P Yadava, CEO and Chief Consultant Cardiac Surgeon and Dr. S. Dwivedi, Senior Consultant Cardiologist, National Heart Institute were the Guest Speakers on October 24,2016 for all the Biology Students.

Dr O.P. Yadav was welcomed by the Principal, Ms Vanita Sehgal and Vice Principal, Ms Anita Singh.Dr Yadav spoke on the topic ‘Heart Attacks- A lifestyle Malady’.He said that the incidence of deaths due to heart attacks has increased from 23% in 1990 to 34 % and Indians are 4 times more prone to heart attacks as compared to Americans.40% of all deaths are due to lifestyle disorders.He stressed on lifestyle changes like prudent diet,regular exercise and no tobacco consumption.It was surprizing to know that students can suffer from prehypertension which can be cured.He also warned to students of Passive smoking or second hand smoke.

Dr Dwivedi spoke on Tobacco and other forms of addiction.He asked the students to reduce the three ‘T’s- Tummy,tension and tobacco for good health.He also warned the students about nearly 7000 toxic substances present in the smoke.

The students thoroughly enjoyed interacting with the two Cardiac Surgeons.Students also promised to carry the message of heart friendly practices to their families.
The Vote of thanks were proposed by Ms Niva Chhonkar, Biology Coordinator.The programme was organised by the Biology Department of DPS R.K.Puram



Demo of Tools And Techniques Used In Biotechnology By Codon Biotech For Class XII Students

A demo was organized for the Biotechnology students of Class XII on October 20, 2016 in the Biotechnology Lab to know more about techniques used in this field. Dr Tripti Bhatnagar from Codon Biotech gave the demo of Restriction Digestion of DNA, bacterial transformation and Plasmid isolation from E.coli. Agarose gel electrophoresis was performed later and the students visualized DNA using transilluminator. The students learnt how to identify a recombinant bacterial colony by Insertional inactivation technique. It was an amazing experience for the students when they isolated DNA from bacteria. The demo was organized by Ms Niva Chhonkar, the Biology Coordinator.



Observing ‘Obedience’ As The Value Of The Week (3rd -14th October 2016)

Class VI
All students of class VI contributed in making the class board. All of them got slogans, posters, articles and drawings in English and Hindi. These were checked by the respective English and Hindi teachers. Students also decorated the corridors by putting up various posters, slogans, quotes, etc.
Obedience is required for a person to be perfect. Obedience is the fruit of faith. True Obedience is true freedom.

Class VII

To begin with teachers did one to one discussion on different problems faced by students and the reasons for the problem of disobedience amongst the students. The students listed some of the root causes. They came up with the major causes of problems related to disobedience which was the lack of values- included integrity, respect, and honesty. With the above as the foundation, the children prepared various slogans and posters on obedience and displayed them on the soft boards and corridors. The class teachers also appreciated the well behaved students in the class on a daily basis. The encouragement given to the children for their good behavior also motivated the students to be obedient and more respectful towards the elders, teachers and their peers. Consequently students are now more aware of their action.
Class VIII

The ‘value of obedience’ activity was followed very diligently by the students of class VIII. Healthy discussions were held on the topic, the students recounted personal experiences, and language teachers also got students to enact the theme.

It was learning in a fun, proactive manner. The activity board of the class had been decorated with paper craft. Some quotations on obedience have been pasted on the walls. These quotations keep reminding the students about this important virtue. The children have also written articles, poems and stories on the importance of obedience, helping them, as well as others, to understand the true meaning of it. Most importantly, a majority of the students practice what they preach, respecting and obeying their teachers and the staff at all times.



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