Class 2 Presentation Mothers Day Celebration
“There is nothing as powerful as mother’s love.”
People across regions, religions, castes, cultures, genders and financial status have emotions binding them to their mothers. There could not be a more universal celebration than this one. Keeping this bonding emotion in mind, we at DPSGI had a special celebration on the occasion of mother’s day. It was celebrated in the school’s precincts with the active participation of the mothers and their children as well. A special presentation was organized for the mothers which began with the lighting of the lamp by the HOS, Ms. Anita Sethi. She welcomed all the parents and shed light on the pivotal role of a mother. The students of class 2 presented a beautiful skit highlighting the importance of mothers in our lives. They also extended their gratitude towards their mothers with a melodious song and an emotional dance performance. After that, the mothers and grandmothers participated in a ramp walk dressed as Retro Queens, who were greeted by their children with a flower and a crown. They also participated in musical chair, fire in the mountain game, salad making etc. All the winners were felicitated by the principal of the school. The Primary wing coordinator Ms. Malavika Yadav concluded the programme with a vote of thanks.
Macbeth-Class 12 Presentation
The Class XII Presentation along with the Scholar Badge Ceremony for class XII was held to felicitate the top performers of session 2017-18. The event began with the lighting of the lamp by Principal Anita Sethi. She welcomed the parents and guests and stressed on the need for students to participate in co-scholastic activities to develop life skills and well-rounded personalities. After the scholars were felicitated in the presence of their parents, the stage came alive with the rendition of the Shakespearean play ‘Macbeth’ as the swords of Banquo and Macbeth clashed in conflict, the three witches shrieked and Lady Macbeth plotted to change her destiny. The Senior Coordinator Manbir Mahendra thanked the parents for their continued support and appreciated the efforts of the students.
DPSG International organized Vivacity 2018, an amalgamation of music, dance, theater and art on 27th April, 2018. Students of 10 schools from the NCR participated in various events and displayed their creative skills in theater, art, sculpture, music and dance. Principal Anita Sethi welcomed the participants to the school and stressed on the need for students to participate in creative skill competitions to hone their inherent skills and to develop a sensibility towards various Indian art forms.
The participants presented a colourful and diverse perception of the topics given to them. The overall first position was bagged by Cambridge School, Indirapuram.
Spic Macay Oddissi Dance
DPSG International in association with Spic Macay organized an enchanting oddissi recital by the renowned danseuse Kavita Dwibedi. She was accompanied by Sh. Dheeraj Kumar Panday ji on the flute, Sh. Prashant Kumar Mangraj on pakhawwaj and Sh. Suresh Kumar Sethiji as the vocalist. After the lighting of the ceremonial lamp the Principal Anita Sethi accorded a formal welcome to the guests and thanked them for gracing our school with their presence. She urged the students to take interest in their traditions and learn about the various aspects of our vast cultural heritage. Kavita ji began her performance by building a rapport with the students and explained the various nuances of oddissi dance in detail. She also extolled the virtues of our Classical dance traditions and performed many mythological incidents related to the lives of Bal Krishna and Lord Shiva. The children were left spell bound by her performance.
Republic Day Celebrations
DPSG International celebrated the 69th Republic day with patriotic gaiety and fervor. The flag hoisting was followed by the class presentation by students of classes VI – VIII. The students presented a patriotic skit “Bharat Maa Pukarti” highlighting the changes and development in the country over the past 68 years. A speech on the importance of the constitution followed by a patriotic dance was also presented. Principal Anita Sethi urged the students to become sensitive and caring citizens and take up the initiative to usher in an era of social responsibility.
The scholars for session 2016-17 for classes V-VII were felicitated with scholar badges and certificate in the presence of their parents. The students also participated in a kite flying activity to celebrate the occasion. The vote of thanks was proposed by the middle wing coordinator Rekha Guleria.
Winter Carnival Chilzzz 2017 –
DPSG International organized an exciting and frolicking winter carnival to celebrate Christmas and New Year. The carnival was held on 23rd Dec, 2017 in the school grounds and was entirely an in house affair. The students of class IV – XI put up various stalls and organized entertaining games for the parents and guests. Live theater and dance performances were also put up to showcase the talent of the students. Lip smacking foods along with handicraft items were a special treat for the visitors as they browsed through diaries, pen stands, and other knick-knacks on sale. A Lucky draw was also taken out on the occasion and a tablet, smart phone and a kindle was given out as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize respectively. The fun filled event was a huge success and was appreciated by all the guests and parents.
Annual Function 2017 –
KRISHAN – KRISHANA – gaatha naari samman ki
DPSG International held their 9th Annual Function wherein the students of classes VI – IX and XI presented “Krishan – Krishana” a poignant tale of women empowerment through the timeless epic Mahabharata and its central character Draupadi.
The occasion was graced by Dr. Manju Shivach, MLA Modinagar as chief guest. Mr. Om Pathak Chairman DPSG Society presided over the function along with Mrs. Niharika Pathak first lady and member DPSG Society. Mr. Anshul Pathak Vice Chairman DPSG Society and Chairman DPSG International and Mr. Rohit Pathak Director HR DPSG Society also added grace to the occasion with their presence. Mr. R.K. Sharma Director Administration and Secretary DPSG Society and Mr. N.M. Bhatia Director Academics were also present on the occasion.
After lighting of the ceremonial lamp Principal Anita Sethi welcomed the guests and stressed on the necessity of participation in co scholastic activities for a well rounded personality and to develop aesthetic sensibilities. Dr. Shivach appreciated the efforts of the students and urged them to imbibe values from our ancient texts. The presentation was also praised by Mr. Om Pathak and all guests.
The presentation began with an inspirational song presented by the school choir followed by an invocation dance. Following this the stage came alive with the enthralling musical dance drama “Krishan – Krishana” as the students unfolded the saga of Draupadi through theatrics and dances. The vote of thank was presented by middle wing coordinator Rekha Guleria.
Spic Macay Programme
DPSG International in association with Spic Macay organized an enthralling performance of Hindustani Classical Vocal rendered by the renowned vocalist Padamshree Ustad F. Wasifuddin Dagarji on the occasion of Children’s Day. Dagarji was accompanied by Pt. Mohan Shyam Sharma ji on the pakhawaj. After the lighting of the ceremonial lamp the Principal Anita Sethi accorded a formal welcome to the guests and thanked them for gracing our school with their presence. She urged the students to take interest in their traditions and learn about the various aspects of our vast cultural heritage. Dagarji began his performance by building a rapport with the students and explained the various nuances of classical singing in detail. He also urged the students to sing along with him and extolled the virtues of Classical vocal traditions. The children were left spell bound by his rendition of various ragas.
Children’s Day Celebration
Celebrating Children’s Day The DPSGI celebrated Children’s Day with lots of cheer on 14th of November as a tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru, who was born on November 14, 1889. He is fondly called Chacha Nehru or simply Chachaji and was well known for his love for children. On this day, the school organized different events for the children. The tiny tots of STARZ came dressed in party clothes, held a special assembly and enjoyed a fun races along with a class party. They made roses by tearing and pasting technique and carried it home as their take away gifts. The rest of the Primary Wing, enjoyed various fun races, made themselves aware more about children’s day through the GK Board and enjoyed 5 Star chocolate which was distributed among the children. Through the celebrations, Mohit Tiwari of class V showcased brilliant sportsmanship and a very caring attitude towards his fellow mates. The day was concluded with an educational video about the significance of the day.
Annual Function Junior Wing
DPSG International organized its Junior Wing Annual Function on 27th October, 2017 in the school amphitheater. Raj Sharma, an eminent environmentalist and Uday Shankar an eminent artist and cartoonist graced the occasion with their presence. Anshul Pathak Vice Chairman DPSG Society and Chairman DPSG International presided over the function.
The lighting of the lamp by the guests was followed by the welcome song by the choir group.
Principal Anita Sethi welcomed the guests and parents and stressed on the importance of participation in cultural programmes to develop aesthetic sensibilities and sensitive behaivour among students. Speaking on the occasion Ms. Raj Sharma praised the efforts of the students and also stressed on the need to develop social responsibility in students from a tender age.
The guests were enthralled by the performance of the students as they were transported into the Pre-World War II Austria and saw the lives of the Von Trapp Family unfold before them through the enchanting musical extravaganza The Sound of Music. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Junior Wing Coordinator Malavika Yadav.
Teacher’s Day Celebration
Felicitations, titles, fun games and dances were the highlights of the Teachers Day Celebrations organized by the prefectorial board and students to show their respect and honour for their guides and mentors. Students felicitated their teachers with cards and titles to convey their feeling of love and respect. They also put up skits and dances and pepped up the mood of all present. Principal Anita Sethi thanked the students for their efforts and love and encouraged them to do well in their life always. She also participated in the fun games along with teachers and enjoyed the special day.
Class II and III Presentation
Every child is a different type of flower, and all together make this world a beautiful garden.
The DPSG International believes in providing opportunity to every child to enable them to blossom every day. A Class Presentation was showcased by the students of Classes II and III based on the theme – Interculturalism. It was an effort to imbibe international mindedness among the children and share the same idea with their parents. It started with the lamp lighting, and our Principal Ms. Anita Sethi welcoming the parents and felicitating the chief guest – Ms. Sarita Chauhan – A business Power coach who graced the event with her presence. It was followed by a Parental workshop on good parenting conducted by Ms. Nidhi Singh and Dr. Shivapriya Sharma. The students of Class II and III started the event with a song about their love for the school which was followed by music-drama-dance presenting the story of Alexander-Porus and Humayun-karnavati that celebrated their intercultural bonding. The chief guest addressed the gathering and inspired them with her ideas on parenting. The event was concluded by a formal vote of thanks delivered by our coordinator Ms. Malavika Yadav. It was our sincere endeavour to reiterate that each life is unique and we can make it divine and enticing through our actions for the future. It was made sure that each and every child participates in the event. The overall performance was enthralling which was appreciated by the audience. The children were motivated and very cheerful after they were congratulated by everyone.
Independence Day & Janamasthmi Celebration