Sports Day 2018

“ Sports do not build character, they reveal it.” – Heywood Broun

DPS R.K. Puram organized the Sports Day on 27 December 2018 with great ardour. The Chief Guest of this grandiose event was Mr. V.K. Shunglu, Chairman of DPS Society and DPS R.K.Puram Managing Committee, accompanied by a special guest, his son, Mr. Sanjay Shunglu. The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Vice Principals, Dr. Renu Nayar , Ms. Padma Srinivasan and Ms. Anita Singh, along with the Head Mistress, Ms. Rashmi Malhotra were also present. The Head of the Physical Education Department, Mr. N. Suresh, supported by his team of teachers ensured the event ran smoothly. The event was co-ordinated by Dr. Shachindra Sharma, Ms. Sangeeta Mishra, Ms. Alinda Holla, and Ms. Archna Deepak.

The event commenced with a riveting March Past led by the Sports Captains, moving alongside a professional March Band. Students of each class marched harmoniously in coordinating outfits.

The balloon release by the Chief Guest marked the opening of the Sports Meet.

Following this was a spirited song ‘Khelenge Jee Jaan Se’, sung by the Indian choir, which signified the importance of playing sports and sportsmanship spirit.

The Principal felicitated the Special Guests with tokens of appreciation and extended a warm welcome to all those present. In her address, she expressed that she never played any  sport but always felt that sports are important as children  imbibe the values of discipline, time management, leadership, and team spirit while playing. She went on to say that every activity, be it quizzes, sports or cultural events, are important in a child’s life as they help him/her build meaningful relationships. Furthermore, she mentioned that when students study, they do so alone, but sports is such an activity which one does in a group. She thanked  the teacher in-charges for all the efforts they had put to make the event a grand success. She concluded her speech with an inspirational quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Win as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change”.

The first event was the relay race, which took place separately for Classes VI-XI, for both boys and girls. The super energetic young athletes raced to the cheers of the audience.

A rhythmic ribbon dance was performed by students in vibrant outfits. This was succeeded by a dazzling aerobics performance where the students swayed to a medley of the latest Pop songs.

This was followed by an ‘Obstacle Race’ for young boys and girls of all ages. They raced to glory and faced many obstacles such as buttoning blazers and crawling under hurdles.

Next was a serenading yoga presentation, where trained students performed the ancient art to fusion beats.

There was also a skipping race  for girls – the categories were Under-14 and Under-17.

A traditional Dandiya showcase was presented by boys and girls alike. They left the audience in awe with their beauty, grace, and poise.

A slow cycling race was conducted for all classes, where the slowest cycler was awarded the first position. It tested the balance and agility of the cyclists.

The Chief Guest, Mr. Shunglu, addressed the audience, elaborating on how he considered obstacle races symbolic of obstacles and hurdles in life. Furthermore, he spoke about inculcating life skills through formal education, going on to say that he believed that life skills are explicitly derived from experience and cannot be imparted through classroom education. He praised the progressive improvement of the Sports Day held in the school and lastly wished all the participants luck for their future endeavours.

The surprise event  was a joyous game of Musical Chairs played by the parents of the participants.

The Chairman, Mr V.K.Shunglu, Mr. Sanjay Shunglu, Principal, Ms Vanita Sehgal ,Vice Principals, and the Headmistress awarded the winners with trophies, medals and certificates.

The Vice Principal, Ms. Anita Singh, delivered the Vote of Thanks. She described the event as a delightful experience and extended gratitude to the Chief Guest, Principal and all participants, teachers, and parents for making the event a huge success.

The Sports Day concluded with the National Anthem.

 



The G. Bhaskar memorial lecture and award ceremony 2018

The G. Bhaskar Memorial lecture and award ceremony was organised on 21 December 2018 at Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram, in commemoration of G. Bhaskar, a very promising student, who joined the institution in class eight. Lost in the crowd initially, Bhaskar slowly and steadily made a place in the hearts of his friends and teachers. He was an extremely talented and hardworking student. He not only excelled in academics, but was also exceptional at badminton and table tennis. He received formal training in Classical Carnatic music and was able to recite several chapters of the Shrimad Bhagwad Gita. Unfortunately, his success ended with his early demise.

The G. Bhaskar Memorial Award was instituted in his beloved memory by his parents in 1999. This award is given to exceptional students, who along with excelling in academics and co-curriculars, display a strong moral fibre.

The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, the Vice Principal, Dr. Renu Nayar, the Supervisor, Mr Mukesh Kumar, G. Bhaskar’s mother, Mrs Ganapati Raman and his brother, Mr Ramnath G. along with other family members were present during the ceremony. Ms. Shalini Harisukh coordinated the event.

The ceremony began with a moment of silence in G. Bhaskar’s memory.

Mr Ajay Chaturvedi , who has been honoured by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader, an Engineer from BITS Pilani, a Graduate in Management of Technology from the School of Engineering and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a Diploma holder in Global Leadership & Public Policy from The Harvard Kennedy School of Government , gave the audience a detailed speech expressing his viewpoints on Dharma which is a yogic concept that refers to the idea of a law, or principle, governing the universe. He laid emphasis on the fact that Dharma is often misunderstood as a school of Hindu religion. Dharma according to him is a way simple way of life where one understands the meaning of life. He highlighted how the epic Ramayana, often perceived as a simple story has a deeper meaning many often fail to understand.

The award was presented to five meritorious students -Shriya Bedi, Gayatri Vemuri, Saranya Rajpal, Ameya Priya and Rashmi Kumari of Class 12.  Ms. Vanita Sehgal,  Dr. Renu Nayar , Mr. Mukesh Kumar, Mr. Ramnath G, and Mrs. Ganapati Raman presented the awards.

The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, in her closing address mentioned that this year’s awardees had  been selected, not only on the basis of their academic performance and co-curricular merit, but also for being all-round good human beings. She emphasised the fact that every awardee this year had gone much out of their way for other people and had proven themselves beyond any doubt to be worthy of the accolade. She continued on to say that G. Bhaskar stays alive because of the love of his family. She concluded her speech with a quote dedicated to G. Bhaskar’s memory, “You never go far. Where there is love, you’re always there.”

Prof. Ramnath began his address by saying ,that the things all of us have been taught since birth, are  the basic competencies to survive and to make a living and that, while that was important, in the process of making a living, some of us miss out on living life. He said that one of the key things necessary to live life well is to have a wide variety of interests across a wide range of fields and that focus, while important, should not narrow the outlook. He expressed a hope that the talks given over the course of the event had served to inspire some young minds. Finally, he stressed the importance of the Delhi Public School motto, “Service Before Self”, and how crucial it is to follow that ideal. He concluded by thanking the DPS family for organising this event in G. Bhaskar’s memory. He wished the students all the best for living a beautiful life.

Mr. Ramnath G concluded the event by sharing the memories of Bhaskar. The Bhaskar family members gave a token of their blessing, distributing sweets to the students.

The event concluded with the National Anthem.



Annual Production 2018

“Climb every mountain, ford every stream, follow every rainbow ‘till you find your dream”

Amidst sparkling lights and a myriad of hues, The Annual Production of Delhi Public School R K Puram took place on 14 and 15 December 2018, wherein the timeless classic – ‘The Sound of Music’ was brought to life on the stage through an amalgamation of lilting voices and graceful dances accompanying adroit thespians.

The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, extended a warm welcome to those who had come to attend the play. Vice Principals, Dr. Renu Nayar, Ms. Padma Srinivasan, Ms. Anita Singh and the Headmistress, Ms. Rashmi Malhotra were also present on the occasion.

Clad in vivid ensembles, a troupe of actors put up a resplendent promenade to cordially welcome the audience with poetry and vaudeville pieces.

The school, put up a specially constructed stage, with exceptional lighting and sound effects and an LED screen portraying the backdrop of each scene. Coupled with live music and singing, the ambience was electrifying and provided the perfect environment for the adaptation of the play, which traces the life of Maria, a simple but courageous governess, who wins the hearts of the Von Trapp family. Despite being set in a world threatened by war, one is left with a feeling of optimism, and the tone of determination is clearly portrayed in the resilience shown by the Von Trapp family as it overcomes the tribulations it faces.

The Chief Guest for the first day was Mr. Pramod Grover, Vice Chairman, Managing Committee, DPS R K Puram, and the Hony Treasurer DPS Society. Special guests included the Founder Principal of Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram, Mr. Ram Sarup Lugani; Former Principals, Dr. Shayama Chona, and Dr. D. R. Saini; Former Vice Principal Ms. Deepa Raghavan as well as a number of former teachers.

The Chief Guest for the second day was Mr. V. K. Shunglu, Chairman, DPS Society and Chairman Managing Committee, DPS R.K Puram, who was accompanied by Mrs. Shunglu. The other esteemed dignitaries who graced the occasion were – Prof. B.P. Khandelwal and Ms. Vrinda Sarup, Member, DPS Society and DPS RK Puram Managing Committee; Mr. Kaushik Datta, Member, DPS R K Puram Managing Committee; Ms. Zeenat Khader, Joint Secretary, DPS Society; Mr. Rahul Singh, Member, DPS Society; Ms. Meeta Rai, Principal, DPS Indirapuram and Ms. Bindu Sehgal, Principal, DPS Vasant Kunj. Special guests Mrs. and Mr. Vijay Kumar and Mr. Abhijeet Ghosh also attended the event.

Mr. Shunglu addressed the audience, drawing attention to the growing importance of Fine Arts. He further expressed that the Fine Arts are neglected and considered a hobby, when they are, in actuality, so much more. He appreciated the talent of the students, calling them an asset of the school and congratulated them for putting up an ‘out of the world’ performance.

The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, in her Vote of Thanks, complimented the students and thanked them for making a dream come true. She added that putting up the Annual day had been a learning experience for everyone involved in the production. She called upon the Event Coordinators, Ms. Abha Chona, Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee, Ms. Sanya Taneja, Ms. Renu Bassi, and applauded them for the efforts they had put in. She also thanked the Art and Music Departments, along with every person who had worked so hard to make the show a phenomenal success.

The standing ovation, as well as the smile on the faces of the content audience, was a testament to the massive success of the event that left the school echoing with the sound of music.



Earthquake Mock Drill

As per the DOE circular, an Earthquake Mock Drill was conducted for the whole school on 27 November 2018 . Ms. Rupa Das coordinated the drill under the guidance of the Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, and the Vice Principal, Ms. Padma Srinivasan, who is also the Chief Coordinator of DM.

The entire school, all the students and the staff (both teaching and non- teaching), participated in the drill. As per the order, the hooter rang at 11 am. It took around 5 minutes for the entire school to evacuate as per the colour coded path and assemble in the football field. All the members of the different teams took charge and helped in the evacuation process along with their Incharges. Evacuation drills are always helpful in rectifying the shortcomings and improving the plan.



SNF@School Inter- School Safe and Nutritious Food Festival 2018

SNF@School Inter School Safe and Nutritious Food Festival in collaboration with FSSAI was organised on 8 December 2018 with an aim to encourage all attendees to partake in eating right and eating safe, encourage food safety and spread awareness about food related lifestyle disorders.  A total of 19 schools participated in a wide range of activities on the theme, “Eat Right, India”. The event was sponsored by PolyMaxx , Macmillan Education, Travel Quest and McVitie’s.

Padmasri Dr. K. K. Agrawal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India and Ms. Namrata Khanna, Project Lead, SNF@School graced the event with their august presence.

The event was coordinated by Ms. Niva Chhonkar, Head of the Biology Department, Ms. Jyoti Sharma, Health and Wellness coordinator along with the Biology Department and the Health and I club.

Representatives from, Max HealthCare, Apollo Hospitals and International Federation of Yoga professionals set up stalls to teach basic life support, encourage dental hygiene and promote Yoga and Naturopathy respectively.

Riveting dialogue characterised Hop Into Healthy Habits (Street Play), in which adroit actors put up demonstrations pertaining to ill effects of an unhealthy diet, and compelled the viewers to reflect upon their own eating habits. The event was judged by Dr. Renu Kumar, a Nutritionist at VLCC and Mr. Rajesh Tewari, a renowned Play Director and Theatre activist.

Nutritious Can Be Delicious (Fireless Cooking) saw enterprising chefs scramble to assemble their dishes and put up cutting edge delicacies accompanied by a beverage on the side. Mr. Akil Qureshi , Chef at Odeon Social, Connaught Place and Ms. Aditi Mehrotra, Dietician at Arney Fit Kids, sampled the platters put up by the competitors.

Dr. Seema Puri, Associate Professor, Institute of Home Economics, addressed the participants in the OAT. She emphasised on the importance of eating a healthy breakfast and encouraged the students to partake in ‘mindful eating.’

Clad in starched, white lab coats with test tubes in hand, budding scientists made use of a variety of chemicals in their endeavour to check for adulteration in ‘Show You Care, Be Aware’ (Food Adulteration Test). Dr. Jyotsana Singh, Scientist, Food Safety Lab, FSSAI and Dr. Nandita Narayanasamy, Biochemistry Associate professor, Sri Venkateswara College judged the event.

Participants were quizzed on the multiple facets of health and nutrition in ‘Eat Right, Be Bright’ (Health Quiz). The quiz was conducted in three rounds – the preliminary round followed by the two final rounds wherein the intellect of the four qualified teams was put to test.

The Poster Making Competition on the topics ‘Healthy Food’ and ‘My Lunch Box’ brought the spotlight on the prolific fifth graders of S.D.M.C. Primary Co-ed School, Sector 5. Their faces lit up with smiles as they later visited different venues where the events were held.

The offsite events, Photography – ‘Street Food’; Poster Making – ‘Say “No” to Tobacco’ and Collage Making –‘My Healthy Lunchbox’ provided the talented contestants with a platform to showcase their artistic finesse.

The Valedictory Ceremony commenced with a lively Indo – Western song on the importance of healthy eating which was followed by the felicitation of the Chief Guests by Principal.

The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal began by extending a warm welcome to the Guests. She expressed her appreciation for the innovation displayed by all participants. Further, she recounted her visit to the Food Adulteration event wherein she remarked that buying unbranded food, sold in loose packets is bound to have an ill- effect on one’s health. Illustrating how important it is for an individual to work hard to improve one’s own health, she narrated an anecdote of how a student had once walked into her office with an excessively heavy bag, carrying books which were not required. She concluded by commending the efficient organisation of the event by the Biology Department and  reminded the students that it didn’t matter if they win, as experience counted much more in life.

The Yoga performance that followed elicited a huge round of applause from the audience. The winners of Hop Into Healthy Habits (Street Play) put up a presentation which gave way to the Chief Guests’ speech.

Ms. Namrata Khanna spoke about how the choice to maintain a healthy lifestyle rests entirely with oneself. She briefed the audience about The Eat Right Movement and the SNF, initiatives of the Government and FSSAI to spread awareness about the importance of improving one’s diet. She ended by administering a pledge to encourage students to eat healthier and partake in exercise.

Dr. K. K. Agrawal mentioned that heart attacks, along with other lifestyle problems develop over a long period, and highlighted the immense importance of making an effort from an early age to combat these complications. He added that it is similarly important to consume a variety of foods in moderation, as well as to consume “fast food” – food that can be prepared quickly.

The event marked the launch of the Biology magazine ‘Biology Matters.’  The Award Ceremony which followed prompted cheers from students who had been waiting with bated breath for the results.

The Vice Principal, Ms. Anita Singh, administered the ‘Eat Right’ pledge, heralding the end of the Valedictory Function.

The event concluded with the National Anthem.

The results of the events are as follows:

 

Event Position School
Street Play 1st
2nd
3rd
D.P.S, Vasant Kunj
D.P.S, Mathura Road
Hope Hall Foundation, R.K. Puram
Fireless Cooking 1st
2nd
3rd
Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar
D.P.S, Faridabad
D.P.S, Vasant Kunj
Food Adulteration Test 1st
2nd
3rd
Rukmini Devi Public School, Pitampura
D.P.S, Rohini
Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka
Health Quiz 1st
2nd
3rd
D.P.S, Rohini
Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka
D.P.S, Indirapuram
Photography 1st
2nd
3rd
Rukmini Devi Public School,  Pitampura
D.P.S, Vasant Kunj
D.P.S, Faridabad
Poster Making 1st
2nd
3rd
Rukmini Devi Public School, Pitampura
Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka; Salwan Girls Sr. Sc. School, Old Rajinder Nagar
Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar
Collage Making 1st
2nd
3rd
Delhi Public School, Faridabad
Rukmini Devi Public School, Pitampura; Poorna Prajna School Vasant Kunj
Venkateshwar International School Dwarka; D.P.S, Vasant Kunj; Sanskriti School, Chanakya Puri

The Overall Winners trophy was bagged by Rukmini Devi Public School, Pitampura

 

 



The Mathematical Crusade 2018

‘Pure Mathematics is, in its own way, the poetry of logical ideas’ -Albert Einstein

The Annual Inter-School Mathematics Fest THE MATHEMATICAL CRUSADE 2018 was hosted by Delhi Public School, RK Puram on 8 December 2018. Around 30 schools from Delhi NCR participated in this event. It was sponsored by PolyMaxx India, McVitie’s, Macmillan Education, and Travel Quest.

Dr. Niladri Chatterjee, Professor in the Department of Mathematics, IIT Delhi, graced the event with his august presence.

The essential purpose of the competition was to urge students to inculcate imaginative and unique reasoning, and to empower them to appreciate the importance of Mathematics in everyday life. The four events for the day were ‘Mathematics Quiz’, ‘Symphonies of Mathematics’, ‘Model Making’ and ‘Surprise Event’.

Mr. Anil Kathuria, Head of the Mathematics Department, Ms. S.K. Nagalakshmi and Ms. Tandeep Kaur, Teachers-In-Charge, Mathematics Lab and Technology Centre, along with the Mathematics Department and the students of the Mathematical Society, organized the event.

The Quiz consisted of two rounds – the preliminary round and the final round. Participants had to answer questions in three sections namely- Problem Solving, Trivia, and Crossword which tested their rational thinking and acumen.

Symphonies of Mathematics’ was a musical event which provoked the students to explore their song-writing and choral capacities. Lively, self-formed pieces containing Mathematics inspired verses were much appreciated by the judges and audience. The event was judged by Dr. Jonaki Ghosh, Assistant Professor, Lady Shri Ram College and Ms. Hemantika Verma, Brand Manager, Dettol.

In the Model-Making competition, students created striking, working models relating to mathematical concepts showcasing their talents in the fields of design and conceptual understanding. The judges for the event were Dr.Raj Kumar, Assistant Professor, Kirori Mal College and Ms. Namita Dhankhar, Assistant Professor, Government College for Girls, Gurugram.

The Surprise event, when unveiled was “Mathematical Tambola”, an enjoyable yet enriching experience for the participants wherein they had to solve puzzles in order to arrive at the correct answers.

The Valedictory commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Dr. Niladri Chatterjee, Sponsorer of the event, Mr. Narang and the Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal.

In her welcome address, the Principal extended a warm welcome to the Chief Guest, Judges and participants. She commended the enthusiasm and talent of the participants for both the SNF Fest as well as the Mathematical Crusade and laid emphasis on how good health and mathematics are interrelated for neither follows a fixed set of rules, rather both require attention and care from the individual. She praised the organization and administration of the Mathematics Department and complimented them on the success of the event.

The Chief Guest addressed the gathering, elaborating on the importance of training one’s mind for a healthy lifestyle, and said this training could be provided by practising Mathematics. He further interacted with the audience and spoke about how the history of India provided many examples of great minds and scientists like Aryabhatta and Ramanujan who took Mathematics to great heights. He further expressed his wish to see India regain its position on the global platform and hoped to see students extend their horizons, utilize their talents and succeed in life.

The Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal along with the Chief Guest and Judges formally released the Annual Mathematics magazine of the school, Mathyard 2018. This was followed by the much awaited Prize distribution ceremony.

The event concluded with the National Anthem.

The results of the event are as follows:

NAME OF EVENT NAME OF SCHOOL POSITION
Model Making Cambridge Foundation School
Amity International, Saket
Venkateshwar International School
1ST
2ND
3RD
Quiz DPS, Noida
Venkateshwar International School
DPS, Rohini
1ST
2ND
3RD
Surprise Event DPS, Faridabad
DPS, Vasant Kunj
DPS, Noida
1ST
2ND
3RD
Symphonies The Air Force School
S. S. Mota Singh School
DPS, Mathura Road
Amity International, Saket
1ST
2ND
3RD
Special mention
Overall Winners DPS, Noida
Venkateshwar International School
DPS, Faridabad
1ST
2ND
3RD

 



Value of the Month November 2018 (Honesty and Integrity)

Class VI

The value for the month of November 2018 was Honesty and Integrity. Honesty and integrity are essential in order to create long lasting and meaningful relationships in life. Class teachers and Subject teachers worked to inculcate the same values in the students through various activities. They spoke to the students at length about being true to oneself and maintaining the same honesty in one’s dealings with others.

These values were brought up in the class and demonstrated through various stories, incidents, thoughts and quotations by the students. They prepared class notice boards, and put up posters, quotations and slogans related to the topic.

Class VII

Honesty and integrity are essential in order to create long lasting and meaningful relationships in life. Class teachers inculcated the same values in the students through class discussions. Students were told about the importance and relevance of honesty and integrity in one’s life.

The class was decorated with beautiful quotes. The value was demonstrated through various stories and incidents shared by the students.

Class VIII

Honesty is being truthful towards one’s conscience. Integrity is to stand up for one’s principles. The students were encouraged to inculcate these qualities, to build up a strong moral character.

Students who were honest in their approach were applauded. Experiences reaffirming these qualities were related. Quotes were put up in classrooms to reinforce honesty and integrity.



Lekhak Se Mulakat

The Hindi Samvaad Club and Hindi Literary Club of DPS RK Puram organised a cultural extravaganza on the life and creation of famous Medieval era Hindi poet, Amir Khusro, and Modern era Hindi poet and lyricist, Gopal Das Neeraj, on 30 Nov 2018 in the AVH.

Mr. Vinod Agnihotri, Senior Hindi Journalist and Editorial Consultant of Amar Ujala newspaper group, was the Chief Guest. Speaking on the occasion the Chief Guest said that it was good to see Public schools like DPS RK Puram taking active interest and conducting various activities to inculcate moral values and love for their own language Hindi.

Mr. Agnihotri and the Principal, Ms.Vanita Sehgal, felicitated the award winners of the Club and released the Hindi Club magazine ‘Srijan Lok ‘.

The programme was conducted by the students of Classes 6 to 11 and was coordinated by Mrs. Fatma Kirmani, Ms. Nisha Gupta, Mrs. Seema Mehta and Dr. AJ Saxena.

 



Carnival 2018

Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram hosted its Annual Winter Carnival on 29 November 2018. It is the most anticipated event of the year. Clad in casuals, the students ensured a harmony between glutting on mouth-watering treats at the various food stalls as well as showing their talent in various fields.

The event began at the Assembly Stage with the Principal, Ms Vanita Sehgal, releasing helium-filled balloons to the loud cheers of the students, and announcing the formal commencement of the programme. This was followed by renditions of various Pop and Rock Culture classics and musical performances by the School Band, after which the DJ’s took over the stage.

The Football Field was adorned with balloons and streamers, lending a festive aura. The Talent Show, for the purpose of which a special stage was constructed, consisted of events like Rubik’s Cube, Sudoku, Acting, Mimicry, Singing, Beat Boxing and Dancing for which the faculty members acted as judges. There were many stalls, for both food and games. Teachers took charge of the game stalls, with Scrabble, Calligraphy, Ball the Glasses, Guess the Number, Beads and Names, Wire Art, Nail Art, being the cynosure of all eyes.
The staple stalls like Photo Booth, Photography & Mug Prints, along with the Painting and Games Stalls by the respective departments did extremely well.

There were surprise events anchored by Ms. Alinda Holla and  Ms. Shelly Malhotra. An Aerobics performance by a few trained students and a Flash Mob presented by the Western Dance Society, elicited praise from the spectators.

It was a special occasion for the students as the Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal, Vice Principals, Dr. Renu Nayar, Ms. Padma Srinivasan, Ms. Anita Singh and the Headmistress, Ms. Rashmi Malhotra, joined in the revelry. It was a memorable and nostalgic time for the twelfth grade students as it was their last carnival, and they made memories amongst an emotionally charged atmosphere.

The credits for the amazing day go to the hardworking administration who made sure the students had a wonderful time.



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