Simran Arora is a budding writer and a student, in class XII, at DPS R.K.Puram. Recently, she has come up with a collection of her poems in a book titled Spoonful Of Hope. She feels that one must remain optimistic in life and continue working diligently for one never knows which moment could make one do a double take. She believes that it’s just a ‘spoonful of hope’ that is enough to last a lifetime. Simran has been writing since the day she came in 7th grade and has regularly contributed articles and poems to the school magazines, in addition to being an active member of the Literary Club and editor of magazines like The Bubbling Cauldron, Mathyard,etc. Her passion and love for poetry are truly commendable. Simran is, nonetheless, a scholar student, currently studying Science with Computers (PCMC),who is going to be awarded The Gold Medal for academic excellence for 7 consecutive years, and has already been awarded The Blue Tie and The Blue Blazer.

Being an ace athlete, Simran has been awarded the Gold Medal, the Red Blazer and the Red Tie for exceptional achievements in sports. She is a National Level Shooter (Air Pistol, 10 metres), who has not only won the Gold Medal in the Delhi State Inter-school Championship and the Bronze Medal in the Delhi State Open Championship, but also secured a rank of 10 in the School National Games, where she represented the Delhi Team. She even won the Gold Medal (Team Event) in The Sportscraft Air Weapon All India Shooting Championship and the Bronze Medal in Colonel Jaswant Singh Memorial Shooting Championship, in addition to many more. Simran is also a member of the National Rifle Association and Delhi State Rifle Association.

In spite of winning so many laurels, Simran’s real desire is to be of value to society and she has taken several steps in this direction. She is associated with an NGO called Love Care Foundation. In one of its projects, she addressed over 20 women on issues like the importance of health and safety. She even put up an exhibition, displaying her craft work, and donated all the funds collected to a blind school.

Simran clearly demonstrates that with a pen, one can change the world. By addressing issues like health ,awareness and goodwill, Simran exhibits the value that the school has instilled in her and at the same time represents the views of the youth. Wishing her all the best for future. May she continue writing….

Spoonful of Hope by Simran Arora
Spoonful of Hope by Simran Arora

Simran, contributed the first earnings from her first book of poetry, to the Nepal Relief Fund via Red FM’s new program to help the victims of recent earthquake in Nepal. Simran was also acknowledged by the Health Minister of India, Mr. JP Nadda for her health related poems that help spread awareness.

‘Timeless Waves’ – Self-Composed Poems by Ananya Goyal of class XII-O

‘Ananya Goyal of class XII-O recently published a book of self-composed poems, titled ‘Timeless Waves.’ Ananya has been writing for the past few years and also has to her name a blog, aptly named ‘VeryAnanya’, where she actively posts new poems weekly.

Ananya has a great academic track record and scored a CGPA of 10.0 in both classes IX and X., and has been awarded the Blue Blazer. Also an avid social worker and philanthropist, Ananya intends on donating ALL the proceedings from the sale of her book to various charitable organisations. Her other hobbies include swimming, reading and painting. She has also taken part in various choir performances in school.


  • Presently ranked number 1 Junior at All India level
  • Presently ranked number 2 Amateur at All India level
  • Part of the Indian National Squad for the past 4 years
  • Represented India in 15 International Junior/ Amateur tournaments including Youth Asian Games, World Junior Championship, Faldo Seri1es Asian Grand Final, Asia Pacific Ladies Open, Thailand Ladies Championship, South American Ladies Championship and Asia Pacific Junior Open.
  • Qualified to represent India at the 37th Queen Sirikit Cup (Asia Pacific Ladies Championship) being held in Hong Kong in May this year.
  • Played 60 junior/amateur National tournaments with numerous wins.
  • Winner of the team trophy at the Asia Pacific Junior/Amateur Open (5TH-8TH Dec, 2013)
  • Shot a round of 65 (7 under) to hold the ladies course record of Kalhaar Golf Course which is also the lowest score ever played by a junior girl on the Indian tour.
  • Winner of the Amateur and Junior trophy in the IGU Navratna Ahmedabad Ladies/Junior girls Golf Championship (13th-16th October 2014)
  • Winner of the Junior’s trophy and 1st runner-up in Amateur at the Northern India Ladies /Junior Championship (5TH– 8TH May, 2014)
  • Winner of the Junior’s trophy and 1st runner-up in Amateur at the Army Ladies/Junior Championship (29TH April-2ND May, 2014)
  • Runners up for the Junior’s trophy at the All India Junior Championship (16TH-19TH Dec, 2014)
  • Previously ranked no.1 in under 13 girls (2010) and under 10 girls (2008) at All India level.



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