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Yali - The Calorx Mascot. Quick and flexible like a snake. Smart and sharp like a cat. Friendly and intelligent like an elephant. Confident and independent like a lion......
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JG International School, Sola Road hosted Inter School Recitation Competition ”Poems Out Loud” on 24th July 2015. 6 Students of DPS - Bopal participated in this competition, Shreya Joshi of Class VII B and Aditi Iyer of class IX-G both won the third prize in their respective categories. Total 33 schools of Ahmedabad participated in this competition which was adjudged by a panel of distinguished educationists. A wide variety of poems were recited beautifully; keeping in mind the rhythm, mood, diction and expressions. Certain poems recited, managed to create images in the minds and spread the aroma of poetry
Please click the following link and watch the video recommended by CBSE for awareness of Child Sexual Abuse.
KOMAL A film on Child Sexual Abuse CSA English
Mr A H Malik, Director - G M Fluid Tech Pvt Ltd, visited DPS BOPAL on 23rd July 2015 as the Visitor of the Week. He has a vast experience and international exposure in the field of Water Treatment especially desalination of sea water. After a warm welcome by the students he was taken for a school tour. He was briefed about the functioning of the school and its various other aspects like infrastructure, teaching methodology, sports, curricular activities, usage of portal etc. He had a brief interaction with the Headmistress, Sr.Vice Principal and the Principal. As a token of remembrance he was presented with a Yali mug and a card.
DPS Bopal is proud to share that Khush Ramani of VIII A has co authored a book with Dhavan Gupta "THE SECRET OF THE CRYSTAL CAVE". The book has been published and Khush intends to write a sequel to the same. Congratulations! keep it Up!
The session of Goal Setting was conducted by Mr. Mohit Mangal Director CSR initiatives iQue Ideas and his team for Class X students on 20/7/15. Mr. Mohit Mangal an M.Tech from IIT and M.B.A from Nirma University has a vast experience in counseling and training the students for various career opportunities.The session was very enriching and useful for the students as they are in the path of choosing their preferred stream of education towards the end of this academic session.
The session focused on how to choose their stream of education based on their interests rather than succumbing to various pressures of the environment.The resource person also gave a bird’s eye view about various techniques to analyze their interest and choose the best option among the various career options available.The session focused on the need of being the best in whichever stream they would like to pursue their career and being passionate about the same. It was indeed an informative session.
We could relate the session with the problems faced by us.
Ishrit Gupta XA
I was confused as to which stream should I choose after class X, but after his session I became somewhat clear about what I want to do.
Achint Chhabra XG
I came to know that I can opt for many fields other than Maths.
Aditi Bhagat XH
Group of students from Narmada Calorx Public School visited Delhi Public School East as an Educational Excursion Trip.Students visited Solar Panel Plant after getting knowledge of "How solar energy is converted in to electrical energy" in the presentation given by Ms. Anagha.
‘All roads that lead to success have to pass through hard work boulevard at some point.’
The dream became reality to many of the students who worked with persistent determination and commitment to achieve their goals.DPS Bopal guerdoned the budding stars for their impeccable efforts and glorified achievements on the eve of Pratibha Gaurav Divas of Class 4 and 5 of the academic year 2014-15 which was held on 21st and 22nd July 2015 respectively.The school recognises the students’ accomplishments in academics, sports and 100% attendance under the umbrella of varied awards namely - Pradyut, Prabudh, Kushagra, Satatam and Utkrisht Satatam.The felicitation was envisioned and applauded by our esteemed guests Mr Dhiren Shah, Mr Mukesh Pathak and our Principal Mr Surender Pal Sachdeva along with all the dignitaries of DPS family and the proud parents of the awardees.It was indeed a zealous moment for the achievers to pose with their trophies and certificates awarded to them.
From the dabbang salman to the dashing super heroes.Be it traditional touch of India or the classy spice of Hollywood! !They had it all when the dpsites rocked the ramp with fancy dress as their monthly activity. Students also surprised the judges with their royal look as well as secular citizens!!
Education is not just about learning facts, but more so about learning how to think. It is learning to make good choices. It is learning to act with purpose.We are pleased to share that Recitation competition for classes 1 to 3 , Elocution for classes 4 and 5 and Debate competition for classes 6 and 7 was organized successfully. Students participated enthusiastically.
Humour in uniform!.....Tiny tots...
Kids with a well-developed sense of humour are happier and have a higher self-esteem.To add some happy moments to their day, DPS Pre-School organized Humour Day on 23rd July for the students of Sr. Kg.Children came prepared with all kinds of humorous jokes, stories and incidents.Peals of laughter could be heard from the classrooms as the kids’ shared funny jokes one after the other. Humour not only breaks barriers and reduces stress but also strengthens relationships. The children bonded well with each other as they enjoyed and clapped on each other’s jokes.This activity provided the pre-schoolers with some comic relief and a life skill, they will always value!!
“The Smallest Act of Kindness is Worth More Than The Greatest Intension.” Oscar Wild
A true believer in ‘Service before Self’ DPS Bopal has started a ‘Book Collection Drive’. The Drive is led by the Social Service Committee wherein the students and the staff members are collecting books and stationery which will be donated to the children those who are deprived of basic assets of education. To promote this Drive RJ ARCHANA from MY FM was invited to school. She talked to the ‘Society Saviour’ about their experience as to how they feel being a part of this book collection drive. The ‘Saviour’ also got a chance to share their experiences and exchange their views on to how this collection drive can be made more effective.
The idea behind this act was to create awareness about “giving" in the form of books and other stationery. The Drive will go on till 24 July 2015.
At East you will find that every initiative is taken with a motive to inspire the emotional as well as the learning quotient of the children.
The early years bring the importance of physical as well as mental wellness necessary at the school. The importance of psycho motor skills cannot be undermined at this age. It includes running, jumping, hand eye co ordination etc. To enhance the motor skills in students the school also has a special pottery section wherein the students can watch a lump of clay being transformed into lovely articles. They also make them with their hands.
Such initiative encourages children to improve their motor skills.
We invite all(Students and teachers) to visit our green school, East,and witness the actual working of solar plant/pottery two of the most interesting and creative initiatives.
The green school D.P.S.East is eco friendly in its true sense. At East the electricity used is the renewable source of energy, the sunlight.
The school has about 150 solar panels which transforms the solar energy into the electricity with the help of generator.
The solar model has become a model with a difference. Many visitors get surprised and show their keen interest in knowing the working of the solar panels.
Rainbow, Rainbow in the sky,
Pretty colours up so high
Oh! I wish that it would stay,
Bringing colours everyday!
The most amazing and beautiful thing that rain brings with it is the rainbow which is formed by the rays of the sun passing through the drops of water. These seven vivid and wonderful colours of the spectacular rainbow together make the word VIBGYOR.
Sr.Kg children of DPS Bopal Preschool celebrated VIBGYOR Day on Thursday, 16th July, 2015 With smile on their faces and bounces in their steps, the students came attired in the assigned RAINBOW colours. The little kiddies created a rainbow in the Campus by standing in the sequence of the VIBGYOR colours. Rainbow’s vibrant colours were shown to them with the help of a CD and a torch. Students showed their creative streak by creating a rainbow in their art book.
The energy and excitement vibrating in the air made the school environment bright, colourful and fun filled!!!
Poetry, as they say is the essence of life, the Recitation Competition solemnized on 15th of July 2015 at DPS Bopal in grade I and II, spoke of the essence-of-life in its true sense. All were rapt when the budding recites’ plunged into soul-stirring poems related to animals, family, objects, friendship, environment, school and various other topics close to our life. The competition witnessed poised contestants who recited poems from all walks of life. It was a moment of dilemma for the judges to decide upon the winners. We took the plunge to decide upon the following winners of the phenomenal event.
WINNERS OF THE ENGLISH RECITATION COMPETITION-CLASS I
S.No. Class Section Name
1. I A UPASNA NALLANA
2. I B JIYA PATEL
3. I C AARUSH BHATT
4. I D MEHERZAAN POPATIYA
5. I E DHIAAN SHAH
6. I F MEDHANSH NIGAM
7. I G MAYUKH SHARMA
8. I H NISHKAA SINGH
9. I I SACHI SHAH
10. I J SUBHAM CHOUDHURY
11. I K HITAKSHI SATI
WINNERS OF THE COLLAGE COMPETITION-CLASS II
1. I A AARSHIYA JETHI
2. I B SHREYASHI SOPORI
3. I C AADITYA SAXENA
4. I D SIDHIKA THIRANI
5. I E PRUTHAV PATEL
6. I F ISHAAN ISRANI
7. I G AMAAN AKTAR
8. I H KRISHIV RANJAN
9. I I PRACHI AGARWAL
10. I J ANANYA SHAH
11. I K SHIVANGI PATI
Its truly said that the wellness begins with a appealing positive aura. In this modern era the importance of manners and etiquettes cannot be undermined. Such guidance stands fruitful if given at school. In the same regard, Honourable Principal Mr. Hitesh Puri interacted with the students of class IX-XII through his workshop on manners and etiquettes.
FACILITATORS: Ms. Vibhuti Singh, Ms. Suman Trivedi, Ms. Khushali Adhiya (Department of Psychology) AND
selected presenters of grade XII
PARTICIPANTS: Psychology students of grade XI B, XI H, XI I
OBJECTIVE: Peer learning, sharing and interaction upon research Grade XII Psychology students present research findings of previous year. Discussion of research, its implications and applications Mark the 20th year of celebration of DPS, Bopal With an objective of discussing the importance of research and its application, of peer-learning and practical knowledge empowerment, the Department of Psychology, DPS, Bopal, organized a unique event - a peer learning seminar.
The seminar was facilitated by the teachers of psychology as well as the current year XII Psychology students. The meaning, types, importance and applications of research in general and in psychology was discussed. This was succeeded by research paper presentation by top 6 selected students of grade XII, who presented their research findings and conclusions in various topics in a manner as presented at state level, national and international conferences.
The participants benefitted immensely from this peer learning seminar. They gained clarity on how a scientific research is conducted. They were highly motivated by the level of presentations, topics and results; they now endeavour to take the level of research a notch higher this year onwards.
Towards the end, the kind, encouraging and spirited words of respected vice principal Ms. Neera Pandey further infused a spirit of hope and will in the participants and also appreciated the efforts of grade XII student researchers as well as the Department of Psychology for their initiative. The warm presence and active
participation of respected senior vice principal Ms. Vandna Joshi and In-charge, Senior School Ms. Monita Dash was an encouragement to all presenters and participants.
Mithil Pillai (presently in Class IV) participated in the II level of SOF Olympiad and secured International Rank:59 and Zonal Rank:4. He was felicitated with a bronze medal, cheque of Rs. 1000 and books worth Rs. 1000 in the morning assembly on 16-Jul-2015
It was raining colours at DPS Bopal Preschool as the teachers and children of Junior Kg. came dressed in a variety of colours to celebrate Colour Day!!
The day was organised to do a recap of colours and the children were asked to bring an object of the colour they were allotted. Each child had something to say about the object he/ she brought when they were put on display.
This activity also helped them to relate different colours to a wide range of objects. The concept of colours was further reinforced by playing the game- “Tippy Tippy Top….What colour you want?”
Rhymes on colours were sung by the children and a PPT on the same was shown. It was a real fun filled and exciting day for the little ones!!!
VEDIC is pleased to celebrate “The World Youth Skill Day” today. We are invited at CII House today, for celebration and felicitation of VEDIC Trainees. We are also invited to share our views on AIR (Ahmedabad)– live after PM ‘s address today to the whole nation.
To raise awareness about the importance of investing in youth skills development, the United Nations General Assembly has decided to celebrate the first World Youth Skills Day (WYSD) on 15 July 2015.
WYSD celebrations coincide with an important year of setting the agenda for the future: a new climate agreement and the adoption of the Sustainable Development goals are just around the corner. That is why this year’s theme is “Youth skills for work and life in the post-2015 agenda”. WYSD is in line with the upcoming Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030, which propose two goals on education and skills for employment: - See more at: http://en.unesco.org/events/world-youth-skills-day#sthash.jTzkvcA9.dpuf
We are pleased to share VEDIC contribution for Skill Development and Education provision for deprived section of the society as follows,
Folk singers and dancers promoted by SPICMACAY; belonging toManganair communities came to DPS Bopal on 13th of July’15 to showcase their art tradition. The Manganiar and the langha communities residing in the desert of Rajasthan, in Barmer and Jaisalmer district, along the border of Pakistan. They consider themselves as the descendants of Rajputs and are renowned as highly skilled musicians. Their music and dance adorned by dholaks, khadtals and Kamaicha, was compelling and it emotionally captivated the audience. Their musical compositions are very complex and virtuoso rhythm playing largely added to their performance. When questioned about their inspiration to follow their tradition; they simply said sangeet ; it always touches the heart. They also said that they recognized appreciation for their art in younger generations. Even their international audience savors their music which is evident in their endeavours in 39 countries. It was a privilege to host such connoisseurs in the field of dance and music and we wish them luck for their future.
It was fun, frolic and learning when the students of class II visited the Vintage Village as a part of the educational excursion. The students were amazed to see the collection of vintage cars, bikes and chariots. For them it was truly an astonishing moment to see that such cars and transport vehicles did exist.
They enjoyed the rides and the play area along with the yummy tummy filling food....
Headlines Week – Sr. Kg. (6th -10th July, 2015)
The Sr. Kg. children of DPS Bopal Preschool are learning the ropes of reporting!! This activity encourages them to develop the habit of reading the newspaper and also provides them a platform to enhance their oratory skills.
The students came prepared to share some of the current news. It was astonishing to see some of the enthusiastic children moving ahead from the headlines and reading entire news articles. It was simply wonderful to see them showing and discussing their news clippings with the friends
A good activity for confidence building and enhancing their knowledge!
Allotting TV time... All children like to watch tv. But there are certain things that you should bear in mind, while watching tv . GO FOR EDUCATIONAL VALUE- Children love watching cartoon shows. but make sure that you find some time to choose channels that will increase children's knowledge, and have some educational value. DON'T USE TV AS A DIVERSION- - Allot special times for watching TV, and stick to its schedule. SELECT AGE APPROPRIATE CONTENT- always keeps an eye on what children are watching. Most tv's today have the facility to block off certain channels, or to put a child lock on them. It is not safe to give the child remote control to browse tv channels. SIT WITH THEM- it is good to sit with the child while watching tv.You can have chats about the shows the child watches. Ask them good questions about what they like. Always make sure that children have adequate outdoor activities, thereby allowing them to interact and play with other children. Also engage them in activities.
“Leaders are not born, they are created”
The quote itself defines the importance of the medium, the creator who moulds young minds into strong leaders! Such miracle is not a one day achievement it is the grueling efforts that are invested in a child at its school. To see the sense of satisfaction of delivering the best brings a sense of joy to the hearts. Such was the day at DPSEast when the new supreme council stood before all with a promise in their eyes to guard and inspire the school students to take care of the discipline and the honour of the school. The Investiture ceremony 2015-16, showcased the members of Junior as well as senior supreme council ready to take the oath for a new and a promising year ahead. The students’ performance took the hearts away. The students of the school band gave an enthralling performance by creating music from the non musical instruments. The students also presented semi classical form of dance and a contemporary dance with an inspirational message. Their performance contained thrills, determination and pride to be a student of DPSEast. The new team and Student of the Year were honoured by honourable Principal Sir Mr. Hitesh Puri .
We wish the new team best of wishes to deliver their duties with sincerity and honesty.
Sunny Kushwaha Class – X
Akshata Shetty Class – X
Jayant Maheshwari Class – X
Priyanka Sharma Class – X
Vansh Dhariyal Class – V
Manasvi Saboo Class – V
Pathik Bhavsar Class – V
Ganga House :-
Captain - Harshika Mehta
Class – X
Vice Captain:- Netra Dhariyal Class – X
Prefect:- Jigish Patel
Class - IX
Captain - Rudra Patel
Class – V
Vice Captain:- Nidhi Gupta
Prefect:- Bhoomi Sangtani
Yamuna House :-
Captain - Khushi Shah
Class – IX
Vice Captain:- Shweta Shukla
Prefect:- Hetarth Thaker
Captain - Vivan Patel
Vice Captain:- Akshat Jagwani
Prefect:- Dhwani Shah
Sabarmati House :-
Captain - Aditya Gajjar
Vice Captain:- Deepak Sharma
Prefect:- Adanan Ravani
Class - X
Captain - Taniya Rathi
Vice Captain:- Supriya Sitory
Prefect:- Krish Patel
Narmada House :-
Captain - Jeet Shah
Vice Captain:- Shagun Sharma
Prefect:- Jaival Vikal
Captain -Sujal Desai
Vice Captain:- Tanisha Shah
Class – V
Prefect:- Krish Sonvane
Class - V
Sports Update: Football
DPS Bopal Boys Under 14 Football team participated
In Ahmedabad Rural Under 14 Shubroto Cup Football Tournament held at JG International school, Sola Road on 11/07/2015. DPS Bopal team were the runners up in the tournament .Congratulations!
Class III visited Vintage Village as a part of educational excursions. They enjoyed and explored the learning need in them through the field trip. The auto exhibition was unique. Rides were the main attraction and children enjoyed them. The yummy food and cool weather added special effects. "
DPS Bopal hosted the Parent Orientation Programme, for class XI on 4th July 2015. The Orientation programme was designed with the purpose to deal with the queries pertaining to Examination System, Use of Portal as well as to provide basic guidelines on discipline and code of conduct.
Parents joined this collaborative effort in large numbers. The Principal Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva addressed the gathering and briefed the parents on transition from class X to class XI. He also shared the commendable result attained by DPS students in all the three streams (AISSCE 2015). The programme ended with an open forum where the parents posted their queries. The parents were extremely happy with this interactive session.
Dr. Mallika Sarabhai and her dance troupe came to DPS BOPAL on 6th July'15 for conducting the auditions for her upcoming feature film, 'Kadak Baadshahi'. Everybody in the campus were excited about this audition and upto 120 students showed to try their hand in getting into one of the songs of her feature film. The day started with the initial warm up by her son himself, 'Mr. Revanta Sarabhai'. Easily connecting with the crowd, it was he who was choreographing the moves and teaching the Children. The students were supposed to dance on the number 'Apnu Amdavad', a song which personified the zeal of our city. The paradigm shifted when the students were asked to form groups of 15. This was the final selection where students had to showcase what they had learnt. Though only a few students made the cut but what was heartening to see was that the students who weren't selected were not at all dejected but left the hall full of laughter and smiles. Because ultimately, it was the dance which stole the heart of every individual privileged enough to have been there. The program concluded with the vote of thanks and everybody left with a heavy heart.
‘Energy Conservation is the foundation of energy independence.’ It’s hard to imagine life without electricity. Climate change is an issue that everyone, young or old, needs to take seriously. We at Delhi Public School, Bopal ensured to inculcate the importance of saving energy and conserving it to reduce emission of green house gases that contribute to global warming. The students of class I- V were enlightened through a power point presentation on ‘Conservation of Energy’ which envisioned them on the value of the non renewable resource. Further, the students did various age appropriate activities which helped reinforce the different ways and measures to save energy in their everyday life. The school had deputed ‘Green Warriors’ who were further instrumental in spreading the word across the campus and during the school assembly with their message...Our actions can make a difference...care for the Earth and rest assured to be taken care of !!
Imaginary shapes and symbols, undoubtedly occupy some place in our dreams and are charged with some or the other meaning but it's the real shapes and patterns which are the DNA of nature...to give our students a clear vision on how they are an important part of our life, we at DPS Bopal celebrated Shape Day in grade 1 on 6th July 2015. Making drawings and designs with different shapes were the highlights of the activity along with the dresses with different patterns worn by the students and not to forget the food items of various shapes which attracted special attention from each other. With shapes and patterns making their presence felt, students couldn't resist exploring more and more on the topic. The event successfully shaped up a clear understanding of the existence of Shapes and Patterns observed in real life.
DPS Bopal is proud to share that the Common Wealth Chess Championship was held in Delhi from 22nd to 30th June, 2015 Akanksha Shah of class 10 I,played in the under 16 category. She achieved the 9th position. . Different players from different countries as Pakistan, South Africa, Russia, Bangladesh, and Maldives participated in the event.
Congratulations Akanksha, we are very proud of you!
As part of our 20 years of academic excellence DPS Bopal joins the campaign of celebrating the girl child, who is a treasure to behold.
A daughter is the happy memories of the past, the joyful moments of the present, and the hope and promise of the future. A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart. There is no kind of affection so purely angelic as of a father to a daughter. To a father growing old nothing is dearer than a daughter.
Thank you parents for your overwhelming response to our initiative. Those who haven’t mailed in their selfies do the needful at email@example.com .
An inter house Tableau competition was held on 4thJjuly,Saturday. The theme was` Cultural Heritage of India’. 15 students from each house participated.Following themes were taken
Mahi House – Dances of India
Ganga House – Tribal life of Jharkhand
Tapti House – Festivals of India
Narmada House – Navratna of Indian Classical music
Kaveri House – Religions of India
Sabarmati House – Brides of India
The event was judged by two judges, Ms. Sangita Arora and Ms. Mahasweta. They appreciated the event.following is the result
1st position- Kaveri
2nd position- Narmada
3rd position- Ganga
A kick start to being fit.
The morning today was unusually energetic where DPS Bopal whole heartedly participated in the Ahmadabad Mirror's fitness drive at YMCA International Centre, SG Highway early this morning. Ready to shake a leg, all set to set foot to be fit were seen enthusiastic parents, students and teachers. It was remarkable to see the zeal of the chair person, Ms. Manjula Pooja Shroff, the Vice-Principal, Ms. Neera Pandey and Prerna Head, Ms. Sangeeta Hinduja.
It’s a Pot Luck Day; bring something to share…..
To eat with the friends who love and care!
DPS Pre primary organized a small get together for the children. Their favourite eatables were called for; it turned out to be a feast for kids with a perfect menu - from appetizers to desserts. The delicacies included Tangy Tang, delicious scene stealing pasta, French fries and chips with saucy dips and tempting vanilla, pineapple and chocolate cake slices.
Celebrating pot luck day was indeed a great idea to inculcate the value of sharing. Fun and frolic was in the air and the event turned out to be delightful and enjoyable for the little ones.
Collaborative effort of parents and teachers is a prerequisite for the overall development of the child’s personality.
DPS Bopal Preschool organized a workshop for the parents of Sr. Kg. students on Saturday 4th July, 2015. The teachers briefed the parents about the methodology of teaching, the curriculum and comprehensive range of activities planned for the students.
The workshop turned out to be a success as parents attended in large numbers, extending their full co-operation and support.
A warm invitation to you all....
Please join us to felicitate the young achievers at Prathna Mandir for Scholars Day and Launch of NRUPS Visamo+ Project.
Time: 10.00 to 13.00 Hrs. On 05th July,2015, SUNDAY
Prarthana mandir, C.N. Vidyalaya, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad.
Mr. Kalrav Dave visited DPS BOPAL Campus on 2nd July 2015 as the Visitor of the Week. Mr. Dave is a performing artist – a dancer with a vast experience and has performed at various popular events like Vibrant Gujarat, Swarnim Gujarat etc. He was given a traditional welcome by the students and then taken for a school tour. He was briefed about the functioning of the school and its various other aspects like infrastructure, teaching methodology, sports, co curricular activities etc. He enjoyed interacting with the students and teaching them some simple dance steps. Students were excited to meet Mr Dave and appreciated his performance. During his visit he also interacted with the Headmistress, Senior Vice Principal and the Principal. As a token of remembrance Mr Kalrav Dave was presented a Yali mug.
Approximately 200 students participated from the Sr. Section .Each day different African instruments were used to initiate the students about the rich cultural heritage of Africa.
Dance and music department taught 'Garba' to Ms. Jeannine along with the students.
Programe ended by the vote of thanks of Dr. Bhavna Shukla. Workshop started from 24/6/15 and ended on 29/6/15. It was five days workshops. It was an amazing and interesting session.
31 students from Delhi Public School, Bopal participated in the IIMUN Vadodara chapter held from 26-28 July'15 at Gujarat Public School. This United Nation simulation, a considerably modern form of debate has taken the world by storm where there is holistic development with enormous ease. In this vadodara chapter, DPS Bopal won 5 prizes with Shubhranshu Dutta (11-H), Ishan Kaur (11-I) and Kahinee Bhatt (12-G) securing the first positions and Pratyush Kundu (11-E ) winning the second and Nandini Dave (12-G) securing the third position.
Eashan Utthaiya a pass out of Class XII as well as the head boy of 2014-15 batches also won the first prize in the WHO - a committee exclusive for college students.
A journey filled with insurmountable fun and frolic, it was something which proved to be unforgettable to students from all dimensions - ranging from class 7 to class 12. This voyage and this journey is something that every student was lucky enough to savour. This event has paved the way for the youngsters to take the centre stage.
We are pleased to share snaps of CCS – Programs – launched at Modasa on 2nd July, 2015
CCS Programs for std. IX, X & XI (Science) launched at B Kanae (CBSE) School at Modasa. 32 students are admitted and further 17 students are registered for CCS Value added Supplementary programs.
The students will attend CCS programs for the academic year 2015 – 16.
‘Success is when your signature turns into an autograph.’
Getting success brings a feeling of satisfaction as well as an urge to strive towards goals with more dedicated efforts. The gruelling efforts backed by this achievement take away full marks.
DPS East has always organized seminars and workshops that are beneficial to the students. Today the meet was special. A matter of pride and honour to have with us Master Bharat Khandelwal, a Dpsite, a caloraxian who nailed his success at the All India Ranking for IIT Main with a stupendous 5th Rank surpassing over 12 lac candidates across India.
He shared his keys to success and quenched the thirst of knowledge for all the future aspirants for IIT. He also shared the amount of hard work and effort needs to be put in when we wish to achieve something remarkable.
His humble and focused inspirational words enlightened the students and they were filled with motivation which was much evident through their interaction.
Wish to see some more such stars from team East too!
Fully loaded masti was witnessed at DPS East when our students banged the floor with their footwork and their dance performance. The students participated in Solo Dance Competition organised as a part of monthly activity. The rocking performance left the judges in tight spot. It was a pleasure watching them going musical, lyrical and of course magical!
In the month of June - Calorx Pre Schools had their parent orientation sessions. It was indeed a great exposure for the parents. Being a part of these orientation sessions; did enable every parent to involve in the classroom experience of their child. For the parents being a part of their child's educational journey was an overwhelming experience altogether.
In pursuit with excellence, the little wonders as well as the encouraging seniors put up their views and contested to be a part of the Supreme Council for the academic year 2015-16. The new team is ready to form a strong bond to take up new ventures with confidence and grit. The most important attribute of India is its democracy and today the students could feel the same power within them as they learnt to decide for the best and cast their powerful vote for the benefit of the students and school. The council will be formed comprising of juniors and seniors. Where the juniors had great enthusiasm irrespective of their age, the seniors showed great dedication and responsibility in their words. That’s what DPS East moulds ones personality into; a confident person, a motivating leader and above all an approachable visionary.
All the best to all the contestants
Tick tock rings the bell hurry up or you may fail…Yes with the tick tock of the watch the students of DPS East came upon with some really wondrous and fun filled one minute activities. The event was as a part of the monthly activity. The students enjoyed the event and it was also quite entertaining for the audience to see them juggle up with the tasks to earn a win for their house.
Mr. Avaneesh Nath Sharma, Vice President- Alchemy Real Estate (Alembic Group) visited DPS BOPAL on 26th June 2015 as the Visitor of the Week. He has a vast experience in the field of Real Estate. After a traditional welcome by the students he was taken for a school tour. He was briefed about the various aspects of the school and its functioning like infrastructure, teaching methodology, sports, curricular activities, usage of portal etc. He had a brief interaction with the Headmistress, Sr.Vice Principal and the Principal. As a token of remembrance he was presented with a Yali mug and a card. Touched by the hospitality, he mentioned that it is going to be a memorable day for him.
Any day is special for parents, when kids show their gratitude and love towards them. Students of Class 2 busy with their creativity to surprise their DAD. Kids at DPS East wish all fathers very Happy Father's Day. Isn't it beautiful? Keep it up kids. Preparing for their loving, caring fathers. Dad will be proud of them
Class I was a spectacle of colours on 24th June when our budding artists worked wonders playing with glazed fluorescent papers and creatively sticking them on different pictures. DPS Bopal held collage Competition with the objective to give them first - hand experience of touching, feeling, sticking and creating a collage masterpiece. It unraveled the mysteries of the imaginations of their own world of colours. The young talents made the event a grand success by creating masterpieces of art when they joined hands to stick bits of paper on the given pictures. The innocent smile of satisfaction after completing the Collage truly described their fascination for art.
WINNERS OF THE COLLAGE COMPETITION-CLASS I
WINNERS OF THE COLLAGE COMPETITION-CLASS II
Cool, Cool. Oh! What fun to play in the pool!
Before the onset of monsoon, Prep kids had a real aqua fun when they all took a dip in the colourful child friendly splash pool. Their enthusiasm and happiness was quite obvious as they frolicked and splashed water on each other. It was a treat to the eye to see the little angels laughing and having loads of fun!!!
‘Handwriting is what registers our individuality.’ It has been seen as the unknowing key to our souls and our innermost nature and has been regarded as a sign of our health, of our intelligence and as an object of simplicity, grace, fantasy and beauty in its own right. A neat and beautiful handwriting always seeks the attention of others. To develop awareness and passion for good handwriting and to assess the handwriting skills of the students, an Intra Class Hindi Handwriting Competition was conducted on 17.6.15 for classes IV and V and on 22.6.15 for class III respectively. All the students participated enthusiastically and put in their best. The competition was a remarkable experience for them to cherish. One student from each section was adjudged a winner.
Winners of the competition :
3 A- BHAVYA TRIPATHI 4 A- VANISHA CHOPRA 5 A-AISHANYA SHARMA
3 B- PALAK WAHAL 4 B- ANUSHKA DUTTA 5 B-KHYATI BHATIA
3 C-PULKIT TIWARI 4C- PRITEESH MISTRY 5C- PRISHA MEHTA
3D-AADITYA SHARMA 4D- SIYA KHANDELWAL 5D-VARTIKA VISHWAKARMA
3E- FRENCY GANDHI 4E- AYUSHI PRAJAPATI 5E-HETANSHU PATEL
3F-SUHASINI ROUT 4F- TIRTH PATEL 5F- PRANALI MEHTA
3G-VAARYA ROHITH 4G- RITIKA TYAGI 5G- KEETANA J. BHATT
3H-NEEV MANKAD 4H- SHRAVANI KULKARNI 5H- HITAKSHI MISHRA
3I- PRISHA ARORA 4I- RITU DEWAN 5I- MAYANK SHRIVASTAVA
3J-SARAH SHARMA 4J- HAJRA RANGOONWALA 5J- RINI MEHTA
5K- DISHA SINGHI
Post summer break the session takes off with an apparent seriousness on the academic part. With the commencement of weekly tests the students have seemingly settled well in their new classes and their teachers and parents seem to be focusing solely on the enhancement of their academic performance. To help the parents of grade I and II with the term specific curriculum, its objectives and methodology, DPS Bopal conducted its I Parents’ Workshop of the academic session 2015-16 on Saturday, 20th June’15. Apart from discussing the syllabus and the related activities to be carried out during the First Term, the teachers went a step ahead by providing customized guidelines to the seeking parents to help upgrade the performance of their wards. The teachers poised to produce the desired results and every single parent willing to extend co-operation…together we look forward to a successful term ahead!!
Pleased to share that there was organized Yoga session for an hour observing the first International Yoga Day at CPS Bhavnagar on 21st June 2015.
There was also organized Coloring & Drawing Competition on the Yoga theme in which 168 students participated.All the participants were awarded with the participating certificate of appreciation and the position holders were awarded with certificates and prizes sponsored by Nishagopchar Yoga Manav Unthan Charitable Trust.
International Yoga Day was celebrated in the School Campus among students, parents, staff members, and other enthusiastic crowd.
The session started with a warm up, followed by aasans, stressing the importance of each.
Principal Mr. Sachdeva also spoke inspiring words and encouraged everybody to maintain the practice of Yoga or any kind of exercise every day .
The session was concluded with a pledge by everybody towards fulfilling one's duties towards self and institution and by creating a healthy society.
To build up a library is to create a life. It’s never just a random collection of books.’
You learn to read by reading and if you read because you want to, you read well. In order to entice our students to ‘want to read’, Delhi Public School Bopal has upgraded its Junior Library, ‘Readers’ Den’ with far more advanced features. Inauguration of the same was held on the 20th June 2015, Saturday by eminent luminaries Mr Darshan Zariwala, a National Film awardee , a renowned actor and Ms Anahita Italia, a notable theatre personality in the presence of Mr Hiten Vasant, Director CERF and our Principal Mr Surender Sachdeva along with the entire DPS Bopal family. Parent fraternity was represented by the Parent Reps. of grade I and IV. The newly designed library has been automated to have an online access through portal. It has been aesthetically refurbished to create a child friendly ambience to make reading more pleasurable. The library has an open access, its dimension and management allow for individual, group or class work. With this, Junior Dipsites embark on a journey of a lifetime starting with the turning of a new page.
On 20th June 2015 Mr Harish Pandey Associate Vice President of Adani Power Ltd visited DPS Bopal as visitor of the week. After a warm and traditional welcome he was taken on a school tour and made familiar with the various academic blocks, Kridangan, Skating Rink etc. On the sports ground he was greeted by the sports department. He interacted with the students of class II B where he witnessed impromptu dance performance from the tiny angels. He met the Headmistress and had an interactive session with the Principal. He was presented with a Yali mug as a souvenir.
It was a lovely and an encouraging sight to see students, parents, teachers and the open public participating in the celebration of International Yoga Day at Vyayamshala campus organised by Dps East. Yoga guru shri Ratnakar Padh (gold medalist- yoga, Gujarat Vidhyapith) guided everyone and explored the basic yet important rules for performing yoga. Emphasising the use of correct breathing and correct steps of suryanamaskar he created a great atmosphere at the campus. Parents appreciated the initiative as a step towards creating health awareness among the society and students. Our parents Ms. Beena Gajjar and Ms. Deepti Patel appreciated the school effort and congratulate honourable Principal Mr. Hitesh Puri for organising this event and also said that they are looking forward for more such initiatives.
We are thankful to Mr Pravinbhai Patel, Chairman - Standing Committee (Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation) for extending support to the event.
A healthy body will always deliver creative thoughts!
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has uploaded our School event photographs on their official Facebook page and also given positive review for the same. Its a proud moment for all of us....
CLASSES ATTENDED: 12A & 12B(Science Section)
Conducted By: Mr. Shrikant Acharya
The session was very informative and focussed on creating awareness about various competitive examinations and the strategies for cracking them. It also emphasized on the various options succeeding these examinations. The resource person also briefed the students about the various professional colleges including IITs, medical colleges...etc. He also explained with examples the difference between attempting class XII CBSE Board examination and a Competitive examination. He also gave the students a brief idea about the strategies to be developed to tackle the competitive examinations. The resource person also made an effort in motivating students as well as sharing a few tips about being successful in every exam.
FEEDBACK OF STUDENTS:
It was a very informative session. I came to know about the difference in approach required for a competitive exam and board exam
Ms.Anmol Bhatia, ClassXII-B
Mr.Shrikant’s session was good and it stimulated us to be ambitious. But his talk was mainly confined to engineering and medical. It would have been better if he could have given us exposure about various other career fields also.
Ms. Chaitya Shah, Class XII-B
The session gave us useful tips to tackle the exam and exam pressure. I found the session quite good.
Ms.Anagha Chacko, Class XII –A
The session was too engineering oriented. Career in the field of architecture, design, air force… etc was not discussed. The workshop must cater to students aspiring for other career options too. But I liked the tips given by him to prepare for board exam and competitive exam.
Ms.Vrinda Mehta, Class XII-A
With the aim to enhance our students' learning of the vast field of Environmental Education in general and to expand their knowledge towards the origin and creators of cartoon characters, Cartoon Day was celebrated in grade I on 18th of June 2015. The event gave wings to the wonderful world of cartoons, which every child dreams to be and provided them with a platform to express their imaginations - Micky Mouse, Goldylocks, Cindrella, Nobita, Doremo, Barbie...you name it and it's there for you to not only see but experience as well. The students left no stone unturned to live up to their favourite cartoons. DPS Bopal campus looked no less than the Disney Land with the likes of Chacha Chaudharys giving it an Indian touch with their guest appearances.
It is a proud moment for DPS again as we acclaim Dipsite Bharat Khandelwal of class XII 2015 batch for his success in JEE Advanced,IIT scoring AIR 5. Congratulations
The hard efforts of the students were acknowledged at the East Sitare Awards! The three day function wrapped up with its first batch today! The gathering was addressed by honourable principal Sir Mr. Hitesh Puri. The performance of the students added charm to the event. It was just amazing to see that twinkle in the little eyes that were full of confidence. Congratulations everyone!
Its celebration time at East as the growing school D.P.S East completed lucky 7 years of life, knowledge, joy and learning today and stepped into another progressive and a promising year. The proud principal of the school,our dynamic and loved by all kids, Mr. Hitesh Puri addressed the students with his motivational words!!
Once again Happy Birthday East!!
The buzzing and bubbling of kids brought life back to the school campus as the little angels came to school after the summer break.
They were welcomed with bookmarks given as a token of love and to encourage the habit of reading.
Despite it being the first day, kids were enthusiastic to join school and readily participated in the activities planned for them. They were happy to meet their friends, old and new. The children were eager to share stories about the places they visited during the vacation.
All in all, it was a fun-filled and exciting day!
A workshop on Mathematics – Logical Thinking was held at DPS Bopal , Ahmedabad on 13-06-15 by Dr. U.M Prajapati working in St. Xavier’s college Ahmedabad. Workshop started with a welcome address by HOD R Umamaheswari. Dr. Prajapati explained how decimal numbers can be converted into binary operations through various examples. Various puzzles were given by resource person to the teachers which required logical thinking. Teachers were totally involved in solving the puzzles. Workshop was interactive and effective.
The content of the workshop related to the 3 Step Rhythmic Breathing , useful for diseases related to the heart , diabetes , ENT etc .
The session which was for one hour was highly interactive, productive and effective in which live demonstrations of different exercises to increase the level of concentration, reduce stress and get a felling of calmness and satisfaction with one self were highlighted.
The second part of the workshop focussed on the different techniques of preserving currency notes by the following three steps:
To conclude both the sessions were highly enriching and rejuvenating.
Delhi Public School, Bopal, Ahmedabad is proud to share that our students participated in Warrior State Level Skating Tournament held at Pritamnagar Skating Rink, Ahmedabad on 6th & 7th june 2015. Our total medal tally was two gold , eight silver and 8 bronze medals. Congratulations..Keep it Up !
Rudra gol II G 2 bronze
Santnav prabat Sr.kg. I 2 silver & 1 bronze
Karman soni III E 1 silver
Jahan bhavsar IV G 3 bronze
Tanay shah VI H 1 gold, 1 silver 7 1 bronze
Vrund patel VI E 1 gold & 2 silver
Ayush patel VIII H 2 silver
Abhishek patel XII E 1 bronze
DPS Bopal warmly received its visitor-of-the-week, Mr. Kandarp Mehta, Director- Ahuraz Shipping and Clearing Co. Pvt. Ltd. on the 12th of June 2015. A traditional welcome by the students was followed by an elaborate tour of the school campus. Mr. Mehta was extremely pleased on being briefed up about the organization, its infrastructure, methodology, sports and other co-curricular activities and he tremendously appreciated the institute, its policies and the faculty. He was immensely impressed by the functioning of the school and was amazed to know, how it takes responsibility of every single child on its campus. Post a very fulfilling conversation with the Senior Vice Principal, he met the Principal and the Headmistress and was presented a token-of-remembrance. Overwhelmed by the hospitality, Mr. Mehta shared that this visit is going to be a memorable one for him forever.
Department of Social Science organised a workshop on Remote Sensing and its applications, which was conducted by Mrs. Anuja Sharma (Sr.Scientist, SF, ISRO). She is currently working for Radar Imaging Satellite, Scatter meter and worked in Chandrayan 2. She has presently participated in the NASA-ISRO SAR which will complete in 2020. The workshop enriched the entire department with ample information about the concept of remote sensing, its platforms, and types of orbits, sensor calibration & ISRO’S upcoming projects.
NCERT books are available online through a link as follows,
Free the Trees: Stop nailing them.
DPS, Bopal takes initiative of un nailing of trees on the path of Green Economy on 'World Environment Day'. Students as well as teachers have clicked photographs of different localities where trees have been used for nailing advertisements. Let’s free the trees of the pain and damage of nailing advertisements on trees.
DPS Bopal, pledges to save birds by providing water pots in the campus with the rising temperature and noticeable impact on birds, the provision of Water pots for birds this summer provides relief.
The theme of this year’s World Environment Day is “Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care”.
The goal of sustainable development is to increase the quality of life for all people without increasing environmental degradation, and without compromising the resource needs of future generations. We can do this by shifting our consumption patterns towards goods that use less energy, water and other resources, and by wasting less food.
In this year of transformation, when we hope to see great advances on sustainable development and climate change, let us celebrate World Environment Day by becoming more conscious of our ecological impact. Let us think about the environmental consequences of the choices we make. Let us become better stewards of our planet –
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D.P.S East celebrated World Environment Day welcoming the global celebration that takes place on June 5 every year. The students and the parents along with our honourable Principal Mr. Hitesh Puri planted saplings in the school campus and the surroundings. We are thankful to our parents who participated enthusiastically in the plantation drive along with the students. The school will observe the celebration for the whole month of June. Visitors will be given Tulsi saplings with an aim to encourage the plantation and conservation of environment. The students along with teachers also unnailed the trees that carried advertisement posters. With a feeling of making the tree free from the pain of the nails, the students carried out this activity and also pledged to carry out the same in their surroundings.
We took one more step in the direction of going green and being eco friendly with your co operation. We will come up with more noble causes and feel the satisfaction of contributing in it.
Class X 2014-15 Result Summary CPS Ghatlodia
Students appeared in Class X Examination: 10     Passed: 10 (ALL)
Students Securing CGPA between 9 & 9.9   : 01
Students Securing CGPA between 8 & 8.9   : 04
Students Securing CGPA between 7 & 7.9   : 03
Students Securing CGPA below 7   : 02
Perseverance and a dedicated attitude of our students have fetched the glory to the school.
We at East family are proud to share that the school has achieved a remarkable 100% results at class X board for the year 2014-15. The stars of our school have shone dazzlingly at the boards.
This success is a team work backed up by all the efforts of students, their family, teachers, School
and of course the Calorx Management.
D.P.S. East has left no stone to deliver the best to cater the academic needs of our students. And the results itself heralds the victory where the efforts seems to be perfectly justified. We once again are proud of our students and congratulate them on this tremendous victory. We are sure that our students will keep on adding feathers in the glorious cap of the school.
Class X 2014-15 Result Summary
Students appeared in Class X Examination: 40     Passed: 40 (100%)
Students Securing CGPA 10   : 04
Students Securing CGPA between 9 & 9.9   : 04
Students Securing CGPA between 8 & 8.9   : 07
Students Securing CGPA below 8   : 25
Exams and grades are temporary, but education is permanent.
Our CPS students have shown remarkable performance.
It doesn't matter whether they want to become a lawyer, doctor, astronaut, engineer, dancer, CEO or any other professional. What matters is that by passing these exams, they have proved that they have the ability and talent to become anyone they want to be.
Students appeared in Class X Examination: 16     Passed: 16 (100%)
Students Securing CGPA 10   : 04
Students Securing CGPA between 9 & 9.9   : 04
Students Securing CGPA between 8 & 8.9   : 05
Students Securing CGPA below 8   : 03
Congratulations to class 10th, 2015 for the best best CBSE Results. The legacy of success continues at DPS Bopal.
DPS Bopal students celebrates their great result with a large number of achieving A1 and A2.
The streak of celebration continues as the school secures 100% result. Many students have progressed well above their target grades and this is testament to the hard work by students and teachers.
Highlights are as follows
# 163 out of 389 students have achieved overall grade A1 or A2 which is 42% of students.
# 44 students secured perfect 10 CGPA out of 389 compare to 41/401.
# The Average CGPA is 8.41
Parent and staff should be very proud of this fantastic result!! Congratulations to all for a great year.
VBPS, Indore (Managed by Calorx), has successfully proved its mettle by scoring a whopping aggregate of 82.10% in Science Stream for 22 students in CBSE 2015 results for Class 12 and 72.83% in Commerce Stream.
The topper for Science stream being Kaustubh Mundra with 95.2 % and for commerce stream, Chinmay Garde with 94.0 % .
The Principal and staff enthusiastically congratulate the students for their excellent performance and wish them a bright future.
We are pleased to share that, following 03 (three) VEDIC students (Batch2013) qualified (SC & SEBC Category) for IIT JEE Advanced and appeared yesterday for the same.
1. Ms. Viral Desai - JEE Main Score - 112 - Background (Father working as Driver)
2. Ms. Gayatri Parmar - JEE Main Score - 57 -(Background : Father working as a Peon in Pvt. Co.)
3. Mr. Chetan B. Chaudhary - JEE Main Score - 80 (Background : Father working as labourer : Daily Wager)
DPS Bopal, the avant-garde among the premium institutes in Ahmedabad, has successfully proved its mettle by scoring a whopping aggregate of 84.99% for 279 students in CBSE 2015 results for Class 12.
Students of DPS Bopal have come out with flying colours in all the three streams with the toppers being Aanchal Sharma 97.8 % (Humanities) – Ahmedabad City Topper, Bharat Khandelwal 97.2% (Science) and Sayanika Roy 97.0 % (Commerce).
Moreover, many students have scored full marks (100) in subjects like Chemistry, Psychology, Economics and Political Science. Going beyond the toppers, the overall staggering performance is evident from the fact that the average aggregates of Science, Commerce and Humanities are 84.78%, 84.26% and 84.28% consecutively. 88 students have secured 90% and above marks in aggregate.
Calorx Public School Bhavnagar, are extremely happy to share that there was organized Award Ceremony, Launch of Simply English and seminar on Spring of Inspiration by International Mind Trainer Dr.Jitendra Adhia on 6th May 2015 at Yashwantray Hall, Bhavnagar.
On this occasion, Dr.Jitender Adhia, Maharani Samyukta Devi, Yuvaraj Saheb,Bhavnagar, District Collector Mr.Pani, Dr.Suchak, JCI Rupesh Barad, Mr.Narendra Panara, Dr.K.C.Pathak( Scientist Nirma Co.Ltd.) a few industrialists presided over the function as dignitaries.
Dr.Jitendra Adhia presented the mind power with power presentation.
Summer time is at time for relaxation and fun. It is the time when time comes to a standstill and we can indulge ourselves in hours of play and entertainment. But this time which is completely our own, hangs heavy on our hands when it is not sprinkled with some measure of fruitful activity. At the summer workshop, students find that they can learn some sport like cricket, basketball, skating or soccer. Enhancing their drawing skills for a short period every day becomes easy at the Art Workshop. To take a picture perfect, many have joined Photography workshop. Making robots cannot be an easy task but it certainly seems so at the Robotics workshop at DPS. Budding authors and poets could enhance their writing skills by attending the language workshop 'Xpress Yourself'. All in all students enjoy themselves doing something which does not fit into their school routine.
A workshop on Blogging was organized by ‘Satori- Let’s Not Yawn’, a community of literature lovers of the city for the first time at Ahmedabad National Book fair 2015 on May 1. About 12 students from DPS attended the workshop. The workshop started with the basics of how to create a blog and write posts for novices and went on to explain how the blog can be a vehicle of expression and communication. Different types of blogs and what made them appealing to an audience were discussed. The workshop also showed bloggers how they could earn a modest amount through regular blogging. Content writing as a profession was also touched upon.
According to the organizers, a blog was 'a space to call your own' in the virtual world where you were free to state your views and discuss any topic of your interest or even write a diary. Blogging was also a medium to connect with like minded people and 'express yourself' as observed by Antara Patel, who already writes a regular blog. The issue of copyright and mentioning sources for borrowed material was also addressed. The importance of the correct use of keywords and labels as well as attractive titles was emphasized. Later, the students who also happened to be avid readers and book lovers, took the opportunity to browse through the book stores and pick up a few books that caught their fancy! Prior to the workshop, the students were interviewed by 94.3 My FM where they voiced their opinions on the Book fair in general and the workshop in particular. The city's mayor Respected Smt. Meenakshi Patel also graced the occasion and interacted with the students.
An orientation programme by Global Education Solutions was conducted at DPS, Bopal. It is a known fact that apart from academic, life skills and career mapping is also an important aspect in teenager’s life. We always consider giving best to our students. To maintain our philosophy, in collaboration with GES we have introduced mykensho programme for students of grade 7 to 9. This will be added as a part of their paid hobbies in academic year 2015-2016.
‘The essence in the colours evokes an everlasting impression in young minds.’ Colours elicit happiness and comfort, can stimulate the mind and have an energizing effect on mind and soul. Painting in early education is a part of its natural landscape. We can see the easel filled with an array of vivid colours just waiting to be explored. To provide a platform to our young artists to engrain the vivacity of colours, Delhi Public School, Bopal feted Paint Day on 27th April 2015 for grade I and II and on 28th April 2015 for grade III to V. The students enwrapped themselves in varied colours and conveyed their ideas, expressed their emotions while exploring various techniques of painting namely - vegetable, hand, bud, spray and wax painting. The students had aesthetically pleasing moments along with their nurturing teachers as they were incessantly steered through the activity. The event provided a sanctuary for children to look at the world beyond a simple picture. Every child seemed to be a Michelangelo in making, completely engrossed in creating his/her own masterpiece. All the students joyously carried home a souvenir of their own to have an everlasting memory of the jubilant celebration.
y portrait that is painted with feelings is the portrait of the artist not the sitter” – Oscar Wilde.
How well was this quotation experienced by the little Dip sites of D.P.S Pre-Primary as they welcomed the Paint Day with full interest and enthusiasm!
Jr. Kg had their Paint Day on 24th, Sr. Kg on 28th and Prep on the 29th of April, 2015.
Splashing paint on their paper canvas was pleasurable and creative! They painted on art sheets delightfully
smearing paints. Interesting designs created by them were a treat to the eyes!
Painting is an important part of our little ones’ early education and it appeals to children of all ages. It is full of fun, enhances ingenuity and helps to develop both physical and social skills.
DPS Bopal congratulates all the students who have qualified for JEE Advanced. All the best for Advanced on
May 24. We are proud to share that Bharat Khandelwal XII Z has topped JEE (Mains) in Gujarat state with a
score of Physics 105, Chemistry-100, Math 115, total score 320/360.
Books let us into their souls and lay open to us the secrets of our own’. World Book Day is a celebration! It’s
a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and most importantly it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s
the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading,
and marked in over 100 countries all over the world.
The World Book Day was observed today by the primary section of Delhi Public School, Bopal in the
memory of eminent author William Shakespeare. The main aim was to encourage children to explore the
pleasure of books and reading. The students as well as the teachers of grade I to V engrossed themselves in
narrating stories and reading books in their respective classrooms. It inculcated the value of reading among
the children and developed awareness about the world famous author. The students of classes IV and V
raised a step ahead to spread wisdom by donating books to the Visamo kids.
With the mercury soaring with each passing day and the rise in the cases of heat related illnesses, the
thought of ‘how to stay safe during summer’ seems to be weighing heavy on every one’s mind. To equip its
team to be able to sail through this harsh summer weather, DPS Bopal invited Dr. Amrata K Thakkar,
Pediatric , Columbia Asia Hospital on 23rd April 2015, to conduct a session on Staying Safe During Summer.
Dr Thakkar shared innumerable useful tips on prevention and insisted on more hydration breaks and
restriction of activity while dealing with such cases in the class. The doctor shared that heat strokes happen
due to imbalance between heat load and heat loss and that young children suffer from classic type of heat
illnesses where as adolescents are prone to exertion related problems during severe heat. How to prevent
severity in the situations when one is not well-equipped, were the high lights of this interactive session,
which has been successful to a great deal in putting the teachers’ worries for their students to rest and in
boosting their confidence to handle any severity related to heat this summer.
Each one of us is a part of the Earth and its through her great generosity that we are nurtured and
nourished, eating her food, drinking her waters, clothed in her fabric. Even as we deplete her, she
continues to give and give. Her generosity is a lesson for us all. To enlighten our students and sensitize
them to aspire to be amenable young citizens of the globe, Delhi Public School, Bopal observed Earth Day
on 22nd April 2015 . The students of grade I to V devoted their day to Mother Earth by watching
motivational Eath Day songs, videos and doing various activities like poster making, slogan writing etc. all
on the theme of the day. The enthusiastic primary grade students made the event successful with their
pledged to keep their planet clean and green by being responsible members and learned the importance of
doing their bit to conserve and preserve what the mother has given us in abundance. The Earth Day
message has gone deep down today with every heart beat whispering Let’s Go Green, before the Green
Earth Day celebration was initiated with a special assembly on 21 April 2015. The event began with a brief
article about Earth Day as conceived by Gaylord Nelson from Wisconsin, USA, to make people aware about
the importance of keeping our planet healthy and clean, which marked the beginning of Modern
Environment Revolution. It was also emphasized that the world leaders will pass a binding Climate Change
Treaty this year with the message that economic growth can go hand in hand with sustainability. Principal,
Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva, administered the Green Pledge to the students with a promise to uphold the
theme of Earth Day 2015, ‘It’s our time to lead’.
On 22 April 2015, Earth Day, posters were put up in the campus with different messages on the need to
save our planet. Students were shown videos initiated by the Green School teachers along with discussions
on environmental practices toward saving Earth. Students from classes V- X participated in different
competitions like slogan writing, project for exhibition and painting competition organized by CEE.
Students of Fine Arts are attending a paimting workshop in DPS Bopal by artists from Warli organised by
The Warlis or Varlis are an indigenous tribe or Adivasis, living in mountainous as well as coastal areas of
Maharashtra-Gujarat border and surrounding areas.
Their extremely rudimentary wall paintings use a very basic graphic vocabulary: a circle, a triangle and a
square.Their paintings were monosyllabic. The circle and triangle come from their observation of nature, the
circle representing the sun and the moon, the triangle derived from mountains and pointed trees. Only the
square seems to obey a different logic and seems to be a human invention, indicating a sacred enclosure or a
piece of land. So the central motive in each ritual painting is the square, known as the "chauk" or "chaukat",
mostly of two types:
TOPIC: GLOBAL AFFAIRS & OPPORTUNITIES in OP JINDAL UNIVERSITY
RESOURCE PERSON: Professors from OP Jindal University, Global affairs
The session was very enriching and useful for the students as they are in the path of choosing their career.
The session was clearly focused on commerce students. The students were given a brief idea of various
subjects offered by the university. The wide ranges of subjects offered are sociology, history basic
mathematics, behavioral science, psychology, economic literacy, liberal arts...etc. The students got to know
about the summer and winter internship programs which are part of the university’s curriculum. The
students also got an understanding about the admission procedure of the university. It was indeed an
"Think about it "was a session conducted by Ms. Soumya Harsha Alumni of DPS Bopal who is currently
working as a chartered accountant. Students were enamoured by her motivating and interacting skills. She
easily became part of the students and understood them well as she herself had faced the similar situation
about choosing her career in her student days. She motivated the students to think about what they want
from life and start working hard for achieving them. She quoted her own life experience and interacted
with them which helped the students to understand her ideas better. The students enjoyed her session and
wished they had some more time to spend with her.
The students of 12th Commerce and Humanities were recently addressed by Mr Maulik Bhatt, a lawyer and
Mr Sajid, a chartered accountant, regarding the upcoming summer internship programme.
Mr Bhatt spoke about the immense scope involved in the field of law. He highlighted the importance of
making career decisions during this crucial stage and the persisting and persevering to translate these
choices into professions. He further emphasized the importance of a good law university and how a good
education leads to a top notch position in a law firm.
Mr Sajid spoke about the fierce competition present in Chartered Accountancy. While a lot of people are
aiming for the top most spot only a selected few actually reach there. The various trials and tribulations
involved in Ca were also highlighted by Mr Sajid. However Mr Sajid made sure he presented a true picture to
the students and elaborated on how a sea of students from Ahmedabad makes the cut.
A common keynote upon which both the speakers enhanced were the prerequisites for each field. A good
university and most importantly qualities like hard work and diligence are crucial to each field. Without them
it is impossible to reach to the top.
Parents are powerful models, and can play a vital role and exert a great deal of influence on the children for
the outcome to be pretty much as expected. To allow the parents to be able to play their part smoothly
coupled with the aim to enhance the students' efficiency and to maximize their academic excellence, Delhi
Public School, Bopal organized a workshop on 18th April 2015, Saturday for the parents of grade 3 to 5, to
get acquainted with the curriculum, teaching methodology, assessment pattern and examination system
(classes IV and V). Various general points that would be further facilitative for smooth transition of the
students into their respective new academic session were also discussed through this interactive session.
The parents enthusiastically made their presence felt while our team of educators steered as a guiding force
in accomplishing the role of facilitators. The workshop is bound to prove a striking ladder in leading our
pupils to execute and fulfil their aspirations for the current session.
Children have always rejoiced swinging on wooden toy horse cart and singing away to glory! In DPS, Bopal
Preschool, fun was at its peak when children got to ride on a real horse cart! Watching children in this fun
and frolic mood, the teachers went down their memory lane, remembering their childhood days.
Altogether, the days were full of excitement and loads of fun!!!
She received the award from Rahul Dravid (former India cricketer) & Professor Jane Den Hollander, Vice Chancellor & President of Deakin University, Australia.
We have great pleasure in sharing with you that our student of class XII Shifa Shaikh has been awarded the prestigious Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia) Vice Chancellor's Meritorious Scholarship. The scholarship carries an award of AUD 50,800. She was awarded at a function organized by Deakin University & Rajasthan Royals at Hotel Courtyard by Marriot, Pune, on 9th April, 2015.
She received the award from Rahul Dravid (former India cricketer) & Professor Jane Den Hollander, Vice Chancellor & President of Deakin University, Australia.
The session was conducted on 10 April 2015, from 8:00 am to 9:00 am, under the Green and Global Practices. The main aim of this programme was to bring awareness about the impact of global warming on the climate. He talked about climate change and its far reaching impact on health, wealth and well-being of the people globally. He also emphasized about energy efficiency measures and techniques at micro and macro level. The students gave innovative and collective responses to climate change and a hope for a more climate resilient green economy. The session was full of vital information and was very interactive. The students also added to their subject knowledge by getting answers to their queries.
The long-standing adage is evergreen, “Old is gold!”
No matter how ancient the art of Puppetry, we cannot discount on the element of entertainment it carries for the little kids. Puppet shows have the ability to captivate children for long durations making them giggle and enthuse aloud!
It was indeed an enchanted experience for our little ones to watch the puppet show organized and showcased by a group of endowed teachers becoming puppeteers, entertaining them with their voice modulations and becoming the mouthpieces of the puppets.
Students of Prep saw the show on the story, “The Hare and the Tortoise”. “The Lion King” was watched by Jr. Kg and “The Little Red Riding Hood” was showcased for the students of Sr. Kg. The classics came alive with the puppets doing an inordinate job!
CPS Ghatlodia conducted a seminar on ‘FOOD & NUTRITION”. The session was addressed by the renowned physician Dr. Arun Saxena who has rendered his services in almost all the major hospitals in Ahmedabad. The event started at 8.30 am as scheduled. It was attended by the parents as well as the students from grade VI to X. The HM of the school welcomed the guests & highlighted the need of healthy food habit in day to day life. Then Dr. Saxena shared invaluable tips on how to maintain good health & laid emphasis on following strict health regime. He made a point that children should strictly prefer homemade foods, fresh vegetables and fruits rather than their craving for fast food or instant food. Physical activity along with healthy food habit is the mantra to prevent from fast spreading diseases like diabetes. The interaction session with the parents and students was quite noteworthy. Dr. Saxena also answered questions put up by the students and parents. It was certainly a very conducive session. The sole purpose of health awareness through this session was achieved successfully. The day ended with vote of thanks by the principal and with the hope that everyone follows healthy habit to avoid health hazards.
The self defence training for grade 12 girls was conducted successfully. Even the girls also responded well by learning the tricks to self defend themselves. Presentation on self defence techniques such as eye poke, nose smash, throat grab, ear slap, hair grab, knife hand to neck, finger thrust to jugular notch etc. And also taught them how to react in different circumstances, how to use the available thing as a weapon for protecting own self. And also shown the sensitive body parts where you can attack to protect own self.
On 7th April, 2015 Special Assembly was conducted by classes VIII E and VIII F. The theme of the Assembly was Safety & Security as the school is celebrating Safety Week.
The Assembly started with Saraswati Vandana and Prayer, followed by the Thought for the day.
The students read an Article on Importance of Safety & Security in various areas in our day to day life.
An interesting Skit was enacted by the students of VIII E that depicted the importance of obeying Traffic Rules in our daily life. The Skit was informative as it reflected default of Safety Rules by elders inculcate a wrong habit in small children and thus make their life miserable.
In today’s Assembly, we had a special guest-Ms. Ruzan Khambatta. Ruzan Khambatta stands apart as a serial entrepreneur in Gujarat. Recently Ms.Ruzan has launched a very unique service called Police HEART (Help Emergency Alert Rescue Terminal) in association with Gujarat Home and Police Department to rescue women in emergency situation by just giving a missed call.
Addressing the Assembly our Principal Mr. Sachdeva reflectd two instances which he came across few days back where elderly people and small children on the road are not taken care of by the vehicle riders.
Sir appreciated the work done by Ms.Khambatta for the women and thanked her for visiting our school
The Assembly was concluded by National Anthem.
‘You are the key to your safety’…To sensitize our students to the significance of being safe and secure and to enhance their alertness towards their personal safety and security, DPS Bopal celebrated Safety Week from 30th of March to 1st of April 2015. The students, through different activities and presentations, were made to realize the essentiality to exert safety measure in their day to day living to ensure their own well being. The enthusiastic students of grade 4 and 5 conveyed their thoughts and understanding on Safety , creatively through Slogan Writing ad Poster Making Competitions respectively. The event successfully underlined the importance of ensuring safety through being alert and informed. Indeed, the week concluded with all the students endorsing…Think Safe, Be Safe!!
‘Consistent positive reinforcement is the fuel that keeps the fire burning long enough to achieve any change you desire’... To reinstate the power of positive appreciation, a workshop named ‘Whale Done’ was conducted by the in-house counsellors Ms. Divya and Ms Eve for the faculty of the Primary Section on 3rd April 2015 at DPS Bopal,. The interactive session was broadly based on Ken Blanchard’s famous book ‘Whale done’ that shows how to make, ‘accentuating the positive reinforcement’ and ‘redirecting the negatives’ the best tools to increase productivity. The techniques are remarkably easy to master and can be applied equally well in our day to day schooling to yield the best
The new session of Pre-Primary for Sr. Kg and Jr. Kg commenced on 30th March, 2015 with great zeal and
excitement. The smiling faces of the children brought in the freshness of the spring breeze in the
environment. Life in the campus came back with the chirping and giggling of little angels. A session with
the school counselor was organized for new parents while they awaited their kids to come back. The day
ended with teachers giving flowers giveaways to the blooming buds of Pre-Primary garden so that they
keep smiling for the days to come.
Delhi Public School, Bopal has been observing Earth Hour for the past 5 years spreading awareness about
global warming and other environmental concerns. In sync with our school vision- Green and Global
Practices, the students put up posters across the school urging everyone to participate actively for the
cause. The posters were made using 100% recycled paper. Students and teachers took the initiative
towards the global cause by switching off the non-essential lights in their respective societies, parking
areas and open plots on 28th March from 8.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. along with their family and friends
contributing to the global cause. During this session children interacted with the people and told them
the importance of “Saving Energy”Students and teachers at DPS- Bopal, work actively towards greener
tomorrow through various programs under the Green School committee.
Mr.Mangal addressed all the section of grade 9 by making them understand that career has to be
choosen very wisely on the basis of interest, liking, number of hours one can spend reading books,ability
to memorize and many more such factors that ends up choosing a right career.He shared about the
streams available after 10th and how to decide the right stream for right career. Various career options
available into each stream. Followed by an interactive session with students. Number of question the
students asked indicated that they have started thinking on their career line. And they have more queries
to address their inquisitiveness for their career directions.
The years a child spends at kindergarten are some of the most impressionable years of his life. The right
environment, support and guidance can help build a happy future for the child. Keeping parents’ anxiety
related to a new environment for their ward in mind, an Orientation Programme comprising of class wise
multiple sessions was conducted for the parents of Pre-Primary from 24th to 27th March 2015.
The Principal Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva welcomed the new parents and the Headmistress Ms. Sabina
Sawhney introduced her team of experienced teachers.The Class Teachers discussed the methodologies,
aids used and environment of the institution at length with the parents. In keeping with our school vision
“Green & Global Practices “they also spoke about the Earth Hour to be observed on 28th March from 8:30
– 9:30pm. The programme aimed at making parents aware of our learning styles and teaching practices so
as to make them active partners to maximize learning by the little angels.
Another new session with fresh aspirations begins as we enter the 20th year of our educational journey!!!
In observance of World Epilepsy Day, an awareness session on epilepsy was conducted by Consultant
Neurology at Columbia Asia Hospital-Dr.Arvind Sharma at Delhi Public School, Bopal where teachers were
imparted knowledge about epilepsy and its symptoms. Though epilepsy is a controllable disease but often
it turns critical due to ignorance.
Sharing the epilepsy occurrence status across the world, Dr.Arvind Sharma said “About 1% of people
worldwide (65 million) have epilepsy, and nearly 80% of cases occur in developing countries.About 5–10%
of all people will have an unprovoked seizure by the age of 80, and the chance of experiencing a
Epilepsy can have both genetic and acquired causes, with interaction of these factors in many cases.
Established acquired causes include serious brain trauma, stroke, tumours and problems in the brain as a
result of a previous infection. In about 60% of cases the cause is unknown. Epilepsies caused by genetic,
congenital, or developmental conditions are more common among younger people, while brain tumours
and strokes are more likely in older people.
An enthusiastic team of The Fern Hotel, Mr Priya Ranjan, Mr Lalit and Mr Anand Lall , Sr.Manager H R,
visited Delhi Public School Bopal on 25th March 2015 and held a very interactive and informative session
with the students on Water Conservation to celebrate the Water World Day, which is observed globally on
22nd of March every year. The team had taken an initiative to impart a lot of information on “water
conservation” through their presentation on different sources of water, information on fresh drinking
water, causes of climate changes, why and how we should save water and the key areas of water
consumption. The team also enthusiastically answered the queries raised by the inquisitive students. A quiz
was also conducted through a presentation based on how to save water, different reasons of water
pollution and diseases caused by polluted water.
It was a proud moment for the school when four students bagged ‘Food Vouchers’ of The Fern Hotel as a
prize for standing out as the winner of the quiz. This session left a deep impact on the minds of the
students. It was indeed an excellent initiative.
Marking 20 years of providing quality education Delhi Public School- Bopal sets its foot into the 20th year of
its journey by launching of 20 years logo. Principal Mr. Surender P Sachdeva unveiled the logo in the
assembly today amidst students, teachers and admin staff.
We are excited to announce the launch of new logo designed to carry the school forward towards
excellence and longstanding commitment to green and global practices
Winners of International Mathematics Olympiad and International English Olympiad were felicitated with
medals and certificates by our Honourable Principal Mr.Hitesh Puri during the Morning Assembly.
Congratulations to Ms. Bhavita Madhu for receiving "Kanya Kelavani Award" by honourable chief minister
Ms. Anandiben Patel at Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar.
On 5th March a special assembly was organized by the students of classes IV & V where in the students of
class V shared their wonderful experience in Primary section. They performed a “JugalBandi” dance. The
assembly included a skit showing the Journey of class V and a song. A musical hobby show was performed
by “Instrumental Music Hobby” students.
At the end the Head Mistress addressed the gathering and wished them luck and a bright future.
Our Principal and Head Mistress visited all the sections of Class V and wished them a colourful and blissful
A special assembly on Holi was splendidly conducted by the students of class II C where students fabulously
showcased their stage talent with various programmes on the theme Holi. The assembly began with the
prayers post which children presented a beautiful skit explaining the value of the month. Then children
explained about the importance of the festival emphasising on the right way to celebrate and awarding
students of some evil customs related to it. All the children were dressed in colourful traditional attires and
set the perfect mood to celebrate the festival with vigour and enthusiasm. Children demonstrated how to
make herbal Holi colours using natural fruits, flowers and spices from the kitchen. Then a hilarious dance
performance on a holi folk song was performed by the students. In the end Headmistress Ma’am extended
her greetings on the festival to all the students and also emphasized them to play safe and eco-friendly
As the new academic session for 2015-16 started for class XII, there was a welcoming atmosphere during
the Assembly and Principal Mr. Surender P Sachdeva guided the importance of commencing the session
with a focused approach towards academics. He focused on the need of putting 100% effort towards
achieving the maximum. He also advised them to embrace their responsibility towards society.
Graduation Day in DPS, Bopal Pre-school for children marks the beginning of formal schooling! Our
graduates are moving on to new discoveries and new accomplishments stepping out of the mollycoddling
environment of Pre- Primary. They take along with them cherished memories and anecdotes we shared
together which were all worth celebrating……..
DPS, Bopal Preschool held a Graduation Ceremony in a comfortable home environment on 3rd March’15
for Sr. Kg children. Attired in purple graduation robes, adorned with the prestigious hats children looked
determined in their stride towards a bright fulfilling future while receiving the certificates. It was a day of
mixed feelings for both the students and the teachers!!!
OUR BEST WISHES TO OUR TREASURED ANGELS!
Good results are yielded at the end of the day only if good thoughts are generated at the beginning of the day!!
it fills us with great pleasure to share the good news that after achieving 211th ranking at national level 11th in Jaipur city & 14th in Rajasthan State in the Education World - Indian School rankings -2014.(September -14 issue)
Now it is Digital Learning Magazine that ranked us 5th in Jaipur in its top school ranking system.
DPS Bopal celebrated Jr.Kg. Parents’ Day on 21st February, 2015. The programme
was graced by Mr. Amitabh Shah, Chief Inspiration Officer, Yuva Unstoppable.
The Guest of Honour was Radio Jockey Mr. Aseem from Radio City 91.1 FM!
The programme heralded a ceremonial environment with a “Puspanjali” to
Goddess Saraswati. This was followed by an address by the Principal of the school
Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva. He welcomed the Chief Guest and parents and gave
valuable suggestions to young parents regarding a better preparation for senior
classes. The cultural programme was a potpourri of dances from several states of
India. Ganesh Vandana, Gadhwali Dance, Aspiration Dance, a value based Play,
Fashion Show, Gujarat’s “gaurav” Garba, foot tapping Goan, an African Dance
and the Mastano ki Toli were a few highlights which delighted everyone!!
The Chief Guest Mr. Amitabh Shah, in his speech encouraged the parents to give
their children “the ‘diet’ of motivation, the power of words and a habit of kindness
and compassion”. The Guest of Honour R.J. Aseem applauded teachers and
students for their effort. He stressed on the importance of co-curricular activities in
school for the overall development of children.
The Headmistress of our school, Ms. Sabina Sawhney concluded the programme
with a Vote of Thanks. Parents and guests present were all praises for the splendid
performance staged by our little ones!!!
We are pleased to share that on 14th Feb, 15 various competitions were organized in the School Salad
Decoration Competition for class IV to VI, Healthy Food Poster making competition for Classes I to III and
Hand writing Competition for Pre-Primary students.
Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children, and DPS Bopal leaves no stone unturned in
expanding this precious resource. Grade I and II were taken on an Educational Trip on 11th Feb. and 12th
Feb. 2015, respectively to India’s Jurrasic Park, yes you guessed it right, INDRODA PARK, Gandhinagar, the
only dinosaur museum in the country.
As a part of 20th year celebration cricket match between parent team and teachers' team was played. All
the parents appreciated the efforts of the school and requested to organize these kinds of activities for
strong parent connect.
Please find link to an interview of HRD Minister with TOI.
The feedback is Class X boards were better: Smriti
‘One Act Play’ an Inter House Competition was organized in Delhi Public School, Bopal on 12, February
2015 for classes VI, VII and VIII. Different topics were chosen by different houses like ‘Honesty is the best
policy’, ‘Pepper the phantom pet’, ‘Sorry wrong No.’, ‘Pictionary’, ‘Akbar and Birbal’ and ‘Tale of the two
colour coat’. All the houses not only chose their stories thoughtfully but had also taken pains to design sets
and costumes. The young actors were brimming with confidence. They took the stage and put on a great
performance. The interest and eagerness among the students as well as the teachers lighted up the
atmosphere. The young actors mesmerized the audience with their acting skills. All the enactments were
judged on plot, character development, dialogue and overall quality. Such activities help to increase the
usage of English and enrich the vocabulary. Mr S. Sachdeva ,Principal DPS Bopal, Ahmedabad and Vice
Principal Ms. Neera graced the occasion with their benign presence. Ms Neera encouraged the students to
take part in such events. The entire event was truly enjoyable and exhilarating.
Mahi House won the first prize followed by Narmada House and Ganga House bagging the second and third
Following our vision “Green and Global Practices”, our grade III to V conducted “Best out of Waste” activity
on the 5.2.15. Students were given a chance to prepare useful items, from any kind of waste material at
home.And the outcome was a flood of items ranging from a pen stand to a model of a house, colorful and
decorated. These wide varieties of items made by them were displayed and showcased for all to see and
learn. The competition turned out to be very fruitful in reinforcing the concept of the three R’s namely
Reuse, Recycle and Reduce and in teaching how to acquire cost effective useful items from recyclable stuff
The winners were awarded with certificates on 10.2.15 by the Headmistress.
Utterly, butterly delicious hai Amul…..
Tann ki shakti ..mann.. ki shakti Bournvita….
Surprising, but true…The marketing wizards of Pre-primary showcased their talent and enacted various
advertisements. Children brought along with them, the products they were advertising. Some of them
exhibited their exemplary creative expressions with their very own rhyming of two or four liner jingles.
The underlying idea behind this activity was to make our children convincing with their beliefs and choices
in this competitive world. This was a platform to build oratory skills with creativity.
It was a delight to see them sell their products with such confidence and zeal!!!
The visitor of the week was Ms Rini Sen Balasaria, an urban planner who worked as a faculty in CEPT. Ms.
Sen Balasaria had also worked with Planning Commission, Delhi and IIMA. Presently she is attached to
many NGOs dealing with social issues of underprivileged people.
She visited DPS Bopal on 6thFebruary 2015 and was impressed by the green ambience of the campus. Ms.
Sen also interacted with students of Grade 10 and discussed on various streams which they would choose
in their future. She also shared her experience with the students on Vibrant Gujarat and the areas of
Ms. Sen interacted with the Vice Principal, Ms. Neera Pandey, Sr. Vice Principal Ms. Vandna Joshi and then
went ahead to meet the Principal, Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva. In her candid conversation with the Principal,
she pointed out the manifold increase in the school and appreciated the “lively, confident children, the
relaxed yet disciplined environment that the school provides”. She was given a memento by the Principal
and left with some memorable moments spent in DPS, Bopal.
Class III- Kho Kho Competition on 28-1-15
Class IV- Kho Kho Competition on 30-1-15
Class V- Kabaddi Competition on 29-1-15
Physical activity and sports plays an essential role in a child’s physical, social and psychological development. As a
healthy soul and mind resides in a healthy body. With this belief DPS organized Kho- Kho and Kabaddi Inter House
competition for classes III to V. The participants displayed a great show of teamwork, robustness and winning spirit.
Rest of the children was nonetheless in cheering and boosting the moral of their candidate player. The whole
environment was filled with huge thunder claps, cheering and catchy slogans that the little ones were using to
encourage their candidates and support their house. All the participants were well trained and guided about the
game rules and regulations to be followed. All the sports teachers perfectly executed the whole competition and
kept a vigilant eye on their movements’ .Overall the competition was thoroughly enjoyed by all the teachers present
and the students. All the participants of the winning house were given certificates by the Headmistress Ma’am.
Class 3- Kho Kho Competition on 28-1-15. Winner Sabarmati House.
We are pleased to share the details of celebration of 1st Annual Function 'Harmony- the oneness’. The
special guests of the event were Dr. Manoj Gupta, Provost Poornima University, Jaipur, Sh. Mahendra Jain
chairman PRSI Jaipur Chapter, Sh. Alok Tyagi Gen Sec.small and big newspapers association. The program
was based on unity and diversity of India. The students presented various performances on the theme of
unity, save the girl child, women empowerment, the need to spend quality time with family and much
more. At the end of the program the achievers of the academic year were awarded.
Bhavita Madhu participated in "52nd National Roller Sports Championship 2014-15 Organised by Roller
Skating Federation of India and won Gold medal in Figure Skating.
Delhi Public School, Bopal , Ahmedabad hosted a sensitization, workshop on Vocational Education for the
Principals of all CBSE schools of Ajmer region . Around 50 Principals and senior teachers participated in this
The key speakers were Prof. Pradyumna Vyas – Director, N.I.D, and Mr Saikat Roy Chowdhury - Head-
Gujarat State, C.I.I. Dr. Saha – Additional Director – Vocational Education, CBSE and Mr. Ashutosh Dave
The Principal, Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva welcomed the guest and pointed out the need of vocational
education. He said that he was concerned about the challenges of present day education. He said that the
principals are the stake holders and that they should motivate parent and students to opt for skill based
One more good news! We signed MoU with a party for setting up a K 12 school at Village Karai,
Gandhinagar. Located close to the Karai Police Academy the plot is nearby to Naroda and Chandkheda
areas of Ahmedabad having population close to over 10 Lakhs. It will be a Green filed project and the
school is likely to start operations from
‘Success is a journey and not a destination’- a very popular proverb unfolding the secret of happy and contended
living. Success truly is a journey where the achievements come as milestones but the road continues to travel all
long. We are happy and proud to achieve the award for Digital Learning that has marked the name of DPS East at
the vast canvas of educational institutes and has been awarded as the No. 1 School in Ahmedabad.
This journey of success starts from our students. Every effort done is just for our students. The unending support of
every one at DPS East grabs a lion share or I may say complete share in this grand achievement. While receiving this
honour at a felicitation programme at Delhi, I was really overwhelmed by the honour gifted to us in reciprocation of
the dedicated efforts. When I say it’s a victory, I cannot forget to thank my Team East which makes a strong fist
with four fingers and a thumb. Five elements making Team East strong is support staff comprising of peons, drivers
and conductors. Second are our admin staffs. Third are our teachers. Fourth is our management and fifth are the
epicentre that is our students and parents.
It is not only victory of a school. But its victory of a Team!
Thank you everyone for making it happens!
The students and staff of Calox Public School, Gandhinagar visited to the "Science Express-Biodiversity
Special" stationed at Gandhinagar Capital Railway Station on 6th Feb 2015.The science Express - Bio
diversity is a unique exhibition train , carrying a vast store of Knowledge about Bio-Diversity in India, the
students were enthusiastic in knowing about the intricate links between people and natural eco-system.
CPS Gandhinagar hosted CMF season 2 in Town Hall on Dt 30/Jan/2015 .Shri Mahendrasinh Rana (Mayor
Gandhinagar) as a chief guest grace the occasion.The other special invitees were Mr J.G.Syed (IPS-Crime
Branch), Mr Vagmin Buch(President Shivranjani) ,Mr V.P Mishra Principal KV No-1,Ms Heena Ben Shah (
Jila Panchayat Pramukh), Shri S.K. Rana (Second -In Command NDRF),Shri Y.P.Mishra (Commandant
CRPF),Gen.R.P Yadav and Rev.Karnelius Macwan and many other dignitaries. The hall was fully occupied
by 1000+ audience and enjoyed the evening with renowned Singer Mr Sanjay Oza and Parth Oza. It was
really a Kamaal and Dhamaal Grand Event.
Sharing yet another moment of pride though little belated, Ms. Hardi Bharucha of std V, won gold medal
at National Level in Karate Championship at Mumbai under 35 Kg weight category.
Please find below link of GOI – Invitation for Suggestions for New Education Policy (School Education).
Kindly go through link.
CPS Gandhinagar Celebrated 1st Annual Sports Day today on Republic Day. On this occasion Shri S.K.Rana
(second -In-Command NDRF) hoisted the flag and inaugurated the function. Every students of the school
participated in the spots activity and all the parents witnessed the program and also participated in the
sports event. The main attraction of the activity were Races, Lemon and Spoon, Long Jump, Short Put,
Toffee Race, Niddle and thread, Relay race etc and musical chairs and Lemon and Spoon for
Ladies(Mother) and Races For the Gents (Father).Around more than 250 parents and guest witnessed the
CPS Gandhinagar celebrated Traffic safety week and as a part of the same Students and Staff had a mass
walk on the main road of the city with traffic safety slogans and posters and sensitize about traffic rules
The wondrous two day talent showcase at DPS East annual Function
The wondrous two day talent showcase at DPS East annual Function Fairyland and Motherland truly left
the audience striking their hearts, beating the cold with the heat of the applauds!!! (Around 2500 parents
have given their presence in two days).
The entire team East delivered a fabulous show that fetched lots of praises from the invited dignitaries.
The students put up some great performances which made the audience get drenched into the downpour
of music and dance. May it be the fairyland tour or the little anchors in their confident foot forward?
The first day was complete dream land...
The second day was a tour to motherland. The students amazed audience with some exceptional
performance like sufi dance, punjabi dance, marathi dance, bollywood dhamal and the instrumental
music... All went off very well and this success was truly the hard work of a team.
We at East thank the management of Calorx for their unending support and confidence vested in all our
ventures. We also thank all esteemed dignitaries who graced the occasion with their benevolent presence
and joined us in encouraging the students.
Looking forward for the same support and spirit in future!
We are pleased to share that there was organized a workshop for teachers as well as parents on last 8th
Jan., 2015. Both the workshops were a grand success. We could not accommodate all the parents in the
We are highly thankful to Ms. Anita Dua Ma'am for sparing her precious two day & counselling constantly
The parents were so involved & interested that one hour scheduled workshop continued for two hour &
some of them came to meet the next day taking appointment. They requested Anita Ma'am to visit
Bhavnagar at least once in a three month.
Model United Nations is an academic simulation of the UN where students don the hats of diplomats and
try to solve global issues. The Indian International Model United Nations is creating a platform to bring
the youth forward by providing the youth a responsible medium to put forth their ideas.
Retaining the “Asia’s Largest Youth Conference” crown, and after becoming the “World’s Largest
Residential MUN Conference”, in 2014, IIMUN in its 4th Edition is going to revolutionize Model United
Nation Conferences. IIMUN 2015 is an “invite only conference” where the top 75 MUN institutes
worldwide will be contending for the “World’s Best Delegation” trophy.
The conference had 10 committees attended by 350 students from various schools and colleges. The
delegates discussed, debated world issues and came up with concrete solutions. The final and third day
concluded with all the committees passing their resolutions on the given agenda and the closing
ceremony. Three prizes were awarded per committee along with verbal mention for deserving delegates.
31 students from DPS, Bopalwon prizes under various categories and the school won the Best Delegation
award. DPS,Bopal qualified for the mega conference to be held at Aamby Valley City from the 20th to
23rdAugust where 3000 delegates from 76 cities across 37 countries will compete in the grand finale of the
30 chapter conferences to win the mega conference.
CPS Jaipur 6 students participated in National Science Olympiads , 2 students Arush Agarwal and Arni Agarwal won gold medal and qualified for the second round.
11-January-2015 to 13-January-2015
Kindly Visit Education Pavilion at Vibrant Gujarat 2015 (Hall 2 Stall Number G-7 ) of Calorx Teacher's University
Ahmedabad's CALORX (Education Services Entity) plans overseas expansion to set-up 16 institutes in United Arab Emirates (UAE) in next 3 years. Decision of CALORX to expand its footprints in Gulf comes following World Bank estimates of UAE Government's education spend to be 23% of the total government spend, 9% high compared to global average of 14%. CALORX also aims to increase numbers of education institutes managed from 40 to 100 in India and Middle East, in coming years... Bloomsberg
In order to make children aware of uses of waste material, and to give them a lesson on reducing
waste to save our future, a ‘Best out of Waste’ activity was conducted for students at CPS
All those things which are waste in our day to day life were used in a constructive manner and a
variety of things were made from them. Thermocol glasses and old tiles were made into wall
hangings and pictures. Using old CDs children prepared Ganesha with decorative materials.
Paper mache was also a medium to construct wall hangings, paper bags etc. Old discarded boxes
were made into jewellery cases, photo frames and pen stands. A beautiful lamp shade was made
using waste material. Paper flowers were artistically made & displayed. Children have used their
imagination in making best out of waste in a creative manner. It is indeed a pleasure watching
the products made out of recyclable materials.
The first Phase had already started in the Parent school in the month of October wherein the participants
had to read two books and write an article of 1000 words which had to be mailed to the HRD Centre .
The 2nd Phase began with a face to face interaction at the HRD Centre and there were 16 sessions taken
up by resource people who were from different schools of DPS , University of Delhi and NUPEA .
The highlight of the second phase was the Renaissance in Education brought about with the introduction
of ICT , Skill development in students which assured 80 % success in all high rated jobs , Emotional
Intelligence and incorporation of Multiple Intelligence in the School Curriculum . Safety in Schools and
Social inclusion of students from the Economically Weak Sections of the Society to the extent of 25 % of
the school strength as per the RTE Act 2009 , Safety and Security in Schools , Designing of the School
Calendar , Expected Responsibility of the School Administrator ,Learning Management Skills from the
Great Indian epics , The Bridge Years between Primary and Middle School and Senior School and Tips on
Action Research for designing the vision and implementing the same with the help of 7 S Structure.
It was indeed an enriching and enlightening workshop with a Journal to be written on a daily basis as a
part of reflection exercise and which will be assessed by the Faculty of Management Studies and People
from NUPEA. A visit to DPS Noida was also organized. The best part of the workshop was the interaction
we had with all the delegates who had come from 50 DPS Schools spread across the country.
The third phase is again a two month exercise to be implemented in the Parent school over a period of
two months after which the last phase will be once again an interactive session to be held at the DPS HRD
Centre followed by the valedictory session.
An educational trip to Madhur Dairy (Gandhinagar) for class VI was organised on 6th December 2014. 366
students visited the dairy. They saw how milk was processed into butter, ghee and how it was filled into
the packets, with the help of machines. They even got to taste the freshly made butter. The students
were treated to flavoured milk; courtesy Mr Rohit Mehta the Managing Director of Madhur Dairy..
"It was a perfect field trip and provided the children with lovely memories and educational moments."
DPS East organized an introductory seminar about the school for the various centres of Calorx Pre- school
. The parents of Maninagar, Isanpur, Babunagar, Vastral and Naroda Calorx Pre- school attended the
seminar.The seminar was very informative and filled with fun and frolic. The seminar commenced with a
breath taking dance performance by the students of classes I and II. Then,the teachers of primary classes
introduced the child centric pedagogy to the parents. After an interesting session on pedagogy, Mr. Hiren
Thakkar, Level Coordinator of senior section , acquainted parents with the CCE pattern and evaluation
system. He also explained the philosophy of stress free education of the school where every child smiles
and which makes DPS East an ultimate choice for the first step of tiny tots towards education. Honorable
Principal, Mr. Hitesh Puri gave a wonderful workshop on Parental tips to make the journey of parenting
enjoyable . The event was concluded with vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Jaydeep Dave, Level
Coordinator of junior section.
Kindly vote for your school and motivate your students to vote. Each and every vote is precious.
Let us be the part of campaign" THINK GREEN THINK RECYCLE"
Vote for your favorite Green Cup Video! Check out the great videos that were submitted this year for the
Green Cup Recycle Challenge. After you watch the videos, cast your vote for the video presented by DPS
Bopal Students .It represents the spirit and goals of the Green Cup Challenge.
One vote per person will be accepted. That includes students, teachers, family, and friends, so spread the
word far and wide by sharing the videos with everyone you know via email, social media, blimp, etc.
Voting ends Friday, Dec. 12th.
Dr. Hetal Vadiwala visits DPS Bopal Campus on 5.12.14.
On 5.12.14 Dr. Hetal Vadiwala visited DPS Bopal campus as the visitor of the week. He is an M.B.B.S and
at present is a physician and runs his own clinic. He had been a lecturer in Medical College for three years.
He has an experience of sixteen years in his medical field. He visited the campus and was quite impressed
with the Sports ground Kridangan and the Skating rink. He was briefed about the various sports activities
going on in the school and the trainers coming to train our students from outside. After briefing about the
use of technology in our school he was quite impressed with the use of our portal for attendance and the
SMS going to parents immediately after attendance. He was taken to class IV – D where he saw how the
teacher takes attendance and how the absentee’s messages are sent. During the tour he was taken to the
Junior School Library where he appreciated the infrastructure of the library. As the children had their
Friday test he could not interact with children in any of the classes.
Dr. Vadiwala met the Principal where he had an interactive session with him. He was presented with a Yali
mug as a souvenir by the Principal.
Field trips as a part of educational excursions is one of the best way to learn with fun. Dpseast organised a
trip to the Times of India!!
The students of class V tulip went to field trip to "Times of India " printing press accompanied by two
Mr.Shashank and Mr.Deepak guided us and took the students to the printing area . Mr.Shashank
explained about newsprint and they are using korean one .All machines are computerized .While printing
glazing paper they are using four types of ink colours , they can even control the colours using
computerized machine.They took us to the ink room.They showed the Machines that are printing 35,000
newspapers in an hour.Daily they are printing 2,00,000 Times of India Paper and 25,000 NIE. Students
were really excited on hearing this.
All the supplementary editions are done during day time.News will be printed from 8:00 pm to 4 :00 am.
They wondered how the printing press is working round the clock.
Photography was strictly prohibited inside the printing area.
Students asked so many questions and he was really impressed and patiently answered all.
The trip was really informative and fruitful one for all of us. The next batch too is curious and excited for
Inter house IT quiz for class-VI was conducted in “Abhivyakti” on 4th , December 2014 during 1st&
Each house had three participants in their team. There were three rounds. First round was a General
Round. It was based on General knowledge of computers. There were 12 questions in that round. Each
team has been asked 2 questions.10 points for correct answer and 5 points have been given for passed
Second round was Visual Round .Total 6 questions were there. All were based on computer tools, Logo
and Famous personalities in computer field.
Third round was Rapid fire round. Each team was given one minute to answer the questions. There were
maximum 5 questions for each team. Each question was of 5points.
All students have enjoyed whole quiz and there was tough competition between them. All have
Overall discipline was maintained by the class teachers of class VII.
Result of the quiz
First position : Ganga house
Second position : Kaveri house
Third position : Mahi house
Quiz master : Ms. Sapana Shah
Score Keeper Mr. Bharti Chhetri
Time keeper : Ms Sudipta C.
Photography : Ms. Sajita Nair
Overall co-ordinator : Ms. Sapana Shah
List of Participants for IT Quiz
House Name of Students Class & Sec
GANGA Ayush Nakra 6-B,Arnav Varshney 6-G,Nikhil Wadhere 6-J,KAVERI Harit Vyas 6-B,Akshay Pandey 6-
I,Aryan 6-G,MAHI PiyushChoudhary 6-B,Aryansh Acharya 6-D,,Sahil Fadia 6-D,NARMADA Aviral Agarwal 6-
B,Anant Agarwal 6-H,AmoghMundra 6-J,SABARMATI Priyam Patel 6-D,Prabhav Sharma 6-F,Arya Trihaan
6-H,TAPTI,Debanjan Ghorai 6-F,Krish Agarwal 6-F,Tanuj Mishra 6-F
The sky of glory is shining with the dazzle of our East stars!
CPS Ghatlodia organized its first ‘Calfest’, an Inter-School Competition. The event comprised four
competitions namely ‘RHYME & RHYTHM’, ‘GLOBAL FOLK DANCE’, ‘YOUNG MINDS’ & ‘RECYCLE, REUSE &
REDUCE’ . Seven schools participated in the competition.
The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr Makrand Shukla the famous cine artist who has worked with
Amitabh Bachan and many other prominent actors. The Guest of honour for the occasion was another
legendary in the field of education Mr Paavan Pandit who holds doctorate in Spoken English. The judges
for the occasion were Mr Omkarnath Verma one of the famous scientists from ISRO & Mrs Sonal Vaidya a
prominent Bharatnatyam Dancer. The entire event was appreciated by one & all.
There were 7 schools amongst whom our stars registered their presence by winning titles in every
event!!! The jugdes were very impressed by our school students ' performance! They also appreciated the
confident attitude of our stars!
DPS East bagged the rolling trophy and made us all feel proud once again .
The winners were
ABHISHEK CHATURVEDI (X) FOR YOUNG MINDS
DARSH PATEL (X) FOR RECYCLE, REUSE AND REDUCE
PRUTHAL DESAI (II) RHYME AND RHYTHM
Hetarth Thaker, Het Soni, Khushi Ahuja, Khushi Shah, Bhavita Madhu, Disha Mehta, Neha Chaudhary, Kirti
Sharma, Ishwa Priyadarshi and Unnati Jindal FOR GLOBAL FOLK DANCE COMPETITION
Ms Racquel Shroff,CEO Global Education Solutions GES. visited the school on 2/12/14.She is a recognised
expert in the international education industry, with over 19 years of experience in various aspects of
business, solutions development,consulting, advisory, client services, marketing and research with a
passion to deliver quality education solutions.
She has been instrumental in establishing operations internationally, creating brand value, identifying
opportunities to achieve exceptional outcomes for the industry. Racquel is known for her extensive
international networks, in-depth industry knowledge and setting industry best practices and influencing
policies to ensure best education outcomes for students.
On 2nd December 2014 DPS senior section students conducted Hindi Assembly titled “BHASHA
SAMANAYA KI SANSKRITI” which was on the importance of our Raj Bhasha Hindi . Importance of Hindi
language totally depends upon it’s regional languages. It had different flairs like thought (Gujarati) , News
, Shlok (Sanskrit) and skit was based on the theme of “MERE SAPNO KA BHARAT” .Students of our school
took part with great enthusiasm and interest.
Students excelling in sports and arts and who have brought laurels to the school were felicitated by
Principal Mr Surender Sachdeva.
Rising stars of BasketBall Girls) Navya Sachdeva grade 8 C and Rising Star of BasketBall (Boys) Jonathan
Daniel Grade 10 I received a thunderous applause from the students.
In this ever changing technocrat world, the innovations and the inventions have blessed us with various
opportunities. Whether it be to develop our personality or to face the competitive world; whether to stay
upgraded or to choose our career options. One such profession is ‘Photography’. With the latest hand
gadgets we claim to be the best photographer. Photography is an art! The desire to notice the unnoticed!
Photography comes up from a vision and a keen interest to bring out the best from the ordinary! It is
nowadays not limited only to the selfie clicks or family albums, but has spread its amber on the vast sky of
the world and is coming up as one of the most lucrative career option.
When we have a talent amongst us D.P.S.East never misses a chance to felicitate and bless that talent
with its motivation. We take pride in presenting before you some of the most outstanding clicks by our
East Star Devraj Patel of class XI Science who has been an exceptionally talented photographer at this
His work truly delivers his passion for photography! We wish him all the best for his future and we are
very proud to have such a shining star!
One language sets you in a corridor for life; two languages open every door along the way!!!!!!!!
We at DPS Bopal believe learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere and to have another
language is to possess a second soul.
With this belief and objective to spread the importance of language we celebrated English Week from
24.11.14 to 29.11.14 Organized by the English Department.
A plethora of activities covering a wide gamut were conducted every day in all the classes by respective
English subject teacher. They witnessed a wide spectrum of talent and provided a platform to students to
showcase their skills and develop their interest towards the language. Creativity and enthusiasm was in
full bloom whole week as children made beautiful display charts, articles and tag lines related to English.
The activities focussed on enhancing their communication and put their best public speaking skills by
using the correct grammar and pronunciations. The list of various classroom activities included:
vocabulary building, grammar building, common grammatical errors, communication skills building
activities etc. The activities were thoroughly enjoyed by the students in all the classes.
The whole hearted participation of students in such activities proves that our school not only believes in
giving academic knowledge but also trusts the fact that an overall personality of the student is nurtured
with their keen participation in co-curricular activities.
School organized various Inter School literary competitions like Colouring & Rhyme Recitation for Nur.-
Sr.K.G.students & Elocution, Drawing and Calligraphy for I-V class students as a part of The Calorx Festival
2014 under the auspices of CPS Bhavnagar. The main part of the Calorx Festival i.e. final dance
competition will be organized on 29th Nov.2014.The position holders will be given away prizes &
certificates on 29th Nov.2014.
All the 19 English Medium Schools were invited to participate in this event. But only one Home School
participated in it. Other participants directly & individually registered & took part in it. Total 127 students
reading in different schools took part in this event. I came to know that other schools don't send their
students to participate because of fear that the students may change the school.
It was an exhilarating time for class IV kids as they got an opportunity to stay in the school and bond with
their peers and teachers. It was a real life experience for the kids of class IV who experienced staying
away from home with the friends and teachers. To make their fantasy of staying in school memorable and
priceless to cherish for we gave our heart and soul to make the event successful and blasting hits to earn
those pretty smiles, laughs and memories.
Day one was full of adventurous activities and action packed where kids enjoyed various activities like
ladder climbing, valley crossing, games and star gazing. The level of enthusiasm and celebration was so
high on the day one that we knew day 2 has loads of expectations from our young guests.
So for them on day two we organised a carnival. It was full of exciting and amazing activities for kids like
magic show, rain dance, boat ride swing, balloon shooting, tattoo making etc at the carnival. The school
was looking like a fairy land with lots of angels wandering. Children enjoyed variety of scrumptious food
on both the days in the form of breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner.
Over all it was a thrilling, exciting and a memorable experience for kids an event to cherish forever. !!!!
On Thursday 20 Nov 14, special assembly marking the arrival of English Week in DPS Bopal Primary wing
was conducted by the students of class V K. The assembly began with a thought based on the value of the
month i.e honesty. After that students performed fantastically a skit and a dance based on the theme.
They also explained the various parts of speech in a sentence through a skit which was applauded by
everyone present. The students showcased a great teamwork and lots of efforts on the prop making and
execution. After that the assembly became even more special as the H.M Ma’am formally acknowledged
and congratulated all the winners of Zyfest Competition. All the winning performances i.e Poems Come
Alive, Dance and Bal geet was performed in Abhivyakti. Children gave a spectacular performance which
was applauded by one and all present and the hall was filled with the sound of thunder claps.
A picnic is a short trip for pleasure to a beautiful place. They refresh out tired nerves. Picnics give students
a temporary relief from their studies. After enjoying a picnic, they feel fresh and take up their studies with
renewed vigor. Students of Grade –II of CPS Ghatlodia were taken for a picnic on 18/10/14 to Maniar’s
Wonderland. All the students accompanied by 4 teachers started from the school at 8 am and reached
Wonderland at 8.30 a.m. The students were very happy andwere clapping, dancing, singing -as they got
a free day to enjoy themselves.After the breakfast proceeded to enjoy different rides like:Aqua Roller,
Aqua Ball, Wonder Chair, Sling Shot etc.
After the rides, the children gathered at the Food Court and enjoyed mouthwatering delicacies Gulab -
Jamun served unlimited. The quality of the food was good, hygienic and delicious.After the lunch break,
there was Adventurous Zip line for teachers. And theJoy Train ride for the children in the mini train made
them feel as ifthey are the passengers in the journey of joy.
Towards the end, the students got their photographs clicked along with their respective class teachers. It
was a great outing for the kids where they completely enjoyed doing what they wished to. The picnic thus
came to an end. But its memory will last forever. It will have a lasting impression in the minds of our
Educational trip Class III- Kite museum and City Museum on 18 November 14
Learning through exposure is always the best and a permanent one! Hence educational trips play an
important role in the curriculum as a vehicle for sensory experiences.
The students of Class III were exposed to a museum. They learnt that a museum is a place where old
things are preserved for visitors to get an idea about our cultural heritage. They were taken to the Kite
museum, City museum and Cinema museum Paldi on 18 Nov 14. There they saw kites of different shapes,
sizes and colors. They also saw a short documentary film on “How to make kites”. Keeping in mind the
upcoming Uttarayan festival this trip was planned to bring more awareness amongst the children about
the world famous kite festival of Gujarat.
On the first floor of the Kite museum was the City museum. Children saw huge utensils, old cameras,
statues, a model of mosque, Gurudwara, temple along with Jaganathji’s palki. They were made aware of
our rich cultural heritage and the joint family system. There was an exhibition hall where the traditional
things of Gujarat were displayed. Then they also had a glance over the Cinema museum where they saw
old hindi movie banners. Children were keenly taking a note of all the things that they observed.
The trip was thoroughly enjoyed by the children. They got an opportunity to interact and travel along with
their peers. The excitement was clearly visible on each one’s face as it was a good change from their
everyday class routine.
Saturday, 15 November 2014 was a great day for DPS Bopal as eighty five students participated in all 15
events of ZYFEST-RÊVE 2014-15 an inter school event held at Zydus School. The event consisted of
interesting events in which students pitched their oratory, artistic and technological skills against other
students in their age groups.
The students of DPS Bopal, outdid themselves in their performances in the events of ‘Poem Comes Alive’,
‘Web Design’, ‘Ad Mad’ , Dance and Hindi drama to win the first prize. The students displayed their
presence of mind in events like the ‘Ad –Mad’ where topics were given on the spot. In events like dance,
drama and recitation, they proved that hard work under able guidance can work wonders.
The junior won the second prize in ‘Bal Geet’ thereby securing enough points to win the trophy. About 10
of the top schools of Ahmedabad participated in the prestigious, all day event. It would be apt to say that
‘The winner takes it all’.
Would like to share that our Organisation has introduced A 'Library on wheels' in the city with objective of
reviving the fading habit of reading among children and adults, especially for those living in areas with limited resources and access to books
Students who can not afford to visit library,our library will go to them and they get the books for reading
at free of cost.
Annual Sports Day was celebrated on 14th Nov.100% participation was there.
Donate Book- Books collected from students and pencil sets were also donated to deprived children. On
15th Nov. National level Painting Competition Splash sponsored by Axis Bank was organised.
14th November Children's Day was celebrated with Grand Parents Day- Children of Nursery , JrKG and Sr
KG presented cultural programme, followed by One Minute Talent Show of Kids then GRAND FATHER'S
and Grand Mother's Games. Students had Drawing Painting competition SPLASH sponsored by AXIS
BANK. The day had inter house cricket tournament at the end.
Visamo Kids Foundation will join hands with Ahmedabad Traffic Department & make citizens aware to take take traffic
Any one who wants to join us can reach below points where Visamo children and staff would be present along with traffic
Pledge would be taken at sharp 11:00 a.m across entire Ahmedabad.
1. Sal Hospital Circle
2. Gurukul Circle
3. Helmet Circle
4. Saurabh Circle ( Circle before Vijay Cross Road)
You can also join us sharp at 6:30 p.m at Ellis bridge for the human chain. Children will light candles in memory of road
‘Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together, they make this world, A beautiful Garden’
To make this day a memorable one, the children were given a visual treat in the special children’s day
assembly, with the teachers singing, acting, dancing and comparing the show. It as usual, began with the
prayer – The Ganesh vandana, accompanied with the thought of the day and the news. The teachers
enacted as clowns to entertain their students. The assembly consisted of articles, stories, poem etc. all
related to the growth of the students. A skit depicting the daily class situation, gave them a déjà vu, of
their own classes. The teachers also performed on the song ‘Mile sur mera tumhara…’ enhancing the
message of unity in diversity. The assembly ended with an enthralling, inspiring speech by the Principal,
Mr. Surendra Sachdeva. The students afterwards were treated with ice candies, which made their day.
Later on, there were food stalls put up by the students of Green school, and the collected amount of
50,000 thousand plus which would be donated to the under privileged children.
We are extremely happy to share with you that there was organized JANAKI VADHAVO
ABHIYAN & Blessings of Respected Sant Shri Morari Bapu program by Shri Sant Shrey Education Trust &
supported by Calorx Public School,Bhavnagar at Yashwantray Hall.
Besides Sant Shri Morari Bapu,Dr.Bharti Shiyal,M.P.Bhavnagar,Bhavnagar District Collector
Mr.Solanki,The Municipal Commissioner Mr.V.B.Patel,The President Zila Panchayat Mrs.Vimla
Bagadiya,The Director of Leela Group of Companies Mrs.Purnima Sharma,Shri Ashokbhai Sheth (Sheth
Brothers KAYAMI CHURNA),The President of Shri Sant Shrey Education Trust Mr.Narendra Panara and
other various dignities presided over the function as guests.
500 couples who have only girl child were showered flowers and rice with blessings in this program.As
informed earlier we found that there are more than 1200 couples who have only girl child in Bhavnagar.
Calorx Public School Bhavnagar has been supporter in this program without investing any fund.There
was gathering of around 1000 people.
On this occasion popular kathakar Sant Shri Morari Bapu an international icon blessed us with his best
A very fruitful & highly appreciative workshop on Gender Sensitization was conducted on Sat - 08.11.14. It
was attended by all the students of VI to VIII, 106 concerned mothers and a few fathers as well.
My sincere gratitude to Ms. Asha Nambiar & Ms. Vandna Joshi for two wonderful resource persons - Ms.
Khushali & Ms. Suman who addressed the boys & girls separately, the parents and the teachers, thereby
making this workshop a great success.
CPS Ghatlodia conducted a competition on the theme… ‘Food Without Fire’ on its premises. Students of
Grade VIII and IX participated in it with great zeal & enthusiasm. It was an opportunity for students to
exhibit their culinary skills. To everyone’s delight these budding chefs left everyone present there in awe.
Some of them would definitely give top rung chefs run for their money. Students were divided into 11
groups. Each group presented their own recipe. They ensured that not just the taste was awesome but
also the nutrient values of each & every item were intact. The presentation was awe-inspiring. They gave
different wonderful & eye catchy names to their dishes such as ‘Cucumber Boat’, ‘Choco Fudge’, ‘Papaya
Bowl’ etc. The most remarkable aspect of the entire show was that the dish/items were prepared then &
there. At the end, top 2 participating groups were declared Winners & Runners Up for their outstanding
recipe & presentation. The day ended with the prize distribution & words of appreciation by one & all
present there. And finally the motive behind the theme ‘Food Without Fire’ was well served.
Teenage is the golden age. They open up their wings of dreams and try to adapt themselves into the stream of
outer world. They step towards teenage from childhood; from the protected environment to an open world. But
the children entering into teenage-do face lot of problems in the society may be because of overconfidence or by
some outside sources. Considering the rising crime against women and teenage girls.
Calorx Public Ghatlodia organized a training session for girls of Grade VIII & IX on self-defence. Mr. Ujwal Jaiswal
from Rushiraj Karate Kungfu School Ahmedabad conducted the programme. Though he is a mechanical engineer,
he is passionate to teach the skills to girls to rescue themselves from some sudden unexpected situations. He gave
routine examples where the girls face problems sometimes within the family, from relatives or friends or from the
society. He demonstrated how to become proactive to defend oneself in such situations. He discussed the need to
be careful about strangers and to be open with parents etc. Students got the opportunity to have a first-hand
experience to deal with such situations in a tactful way.
CPS Ghatlodia conducted a workshop on ‘Learning Theories’ on its premises. It was attended by the
teachers of CPS Gandhinagar, as well. The resource person was Ms. Jaya Kad who was accompanied by
Ms.Asha Nambiar. The major emphasis was laid upon various ways of learning. The Calorx Public School
Framework was well discussed to bring about the uniformity in the teaching methodology in all CPS.
Emphasis was laid upon the importance of Activity based learning, Lab based learning, Project based
learning, Task based learning & building based learning. She discussed Financial, Media & Language
Literacy of teachers as well as about inclusive education to deal with the students of learning disability.
And most importantly the 2 i’s, Innovation & Inquiry & the 2t’s , Teacher & Technology to inculcate 21st
century skills among teachers to develop people skill and goal setting skills among children.
The methodology in the framework is based on 4 theories of learning. During this session she discussed 2
theories i.e, Behaviorism & Cognitive. She highlighted John Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development,
Gardner’s Theories of Multiple Intelligence. While discussing about the 3 domains of learning explained in
Bloom’s Taxanomy, Ms. Kad briefed to take the concept form simple to complex, knowledge to practice,
thinking v/s thinking. The 9 events for effective classroom teaching were considered. With practical
examples she demonstrated how the positive and negative reinforces affect the behavioural changes of a
child.And explained that both behavior and cognitive development of a child are inter-related.The
amalgamation of Conventional & Active Learning was well explained.Several interactive sessions were
taken followed with audio & visual presentations. It was an earnest effort that ensured in achieving the
mission & objectives of Calorx Education & Research Foundation.
We are delighted to share some achievements by students of DPS Bopal, which prove that we are walking the path of holistic development. The achievements this month not only include a demonstration of intellectual performance but also performances in the areas of Dance /Music and Sports.
Harsh Verma-XII, has a perfect score of 800 in both Mathematics Level-2 and Physics in SAT
Rudra Gol-I, has bagged a silver medal in CBSE West Zone Skating Competition held at LK Singhania Education Centre, Rajasthan. He is selected for CBSE Nationals.
Our football team achieved 3rd position in Inter DPS West Zone Football tournament held at DPS Indore and qualified for Inter DPS Nationals.
Radhika Parikh- IX, won the first prize in West Zone Inter DPS Solo Hindustani Vocal Music Competition held at DPS Udaipur on 27th October.
Three students of classes XI and XII won first prize- Milauni Shodhan and third prize- Ruchi Kankariya and Apurvi Gathani at the 19th Inter DPS Children’s Art Exhibition held at DPS Ranipur, Haridwar.
A talented student of our school Bhaskar Mishra who is in class VII , has a unique opportunity to present his vocal skills on 14 November before our esteemed Prime Minister, Honourable Shri. Narendra Modi through Bal Vibhaag, a government organization.
The Central Board of Secondary Education, (CBSE) Delhi under the Ministry of Human Resource
Development, Govt. of India, Delhi has announced a project named "UDAAN" to promote professional
Education Opportunity for Girl Students. This program is open for girl students studying in class XI and XII
from all Boards in India and provides free of cost mentoring for meritorious girl students assisting them in
their preparation for Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE) for admission to IITs and NITs.
The information is also available at www.cbseacademic.in
We can write to firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information.
A group of 15 DPS students from classes V, XI and XII accompanied by Ms. Jahal Rajput, participated in "Philately Day Celebration" which was held at Postal Department (GPO) near Relief Cinema on 13th October 2014 from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. The competition was organized by Philately department.
The event started with a workshop on Philately thereby giving information about various stamps. This was followed by the quiz and drawing competitions. Students were also taken around the post office to show how the system works. Our students won the quiz competition by 6/10 score.
D.P.S.East congratulates with pride, Malay Patel of class 7th for getting selected for State Level in Khelmahakumbh Skating Competition 2014-15 with a wondrous mark of victory by winning 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal. We wish him all the best for his upcoming competition.
Learning through exposure is always the best and a permanent one! Hence educational trips play an important role in the curriculum as a vehicle for sensory experiences.
The students of Sr. and Jr. Kg were exposed to a museum. They learnt that a museum is a place where old things are preserved for visitors to get an idea about our cultural heritage. They were taken to the Kite museum, Paldi on 9th & 10th October. There they saw kites of different shapes, sizes and colors. They also saw a short documentary film on “How to make kites”. Keeping in mind the upcoming Uttarayan festival this trip was planned to bring more awareness amongst the children about the world famous kite festival of Gujarat.
On the first floor of the Kite museum was the City museum. Children saw huge utensils, old cameras, statues, a model of mosque, gurudwara, temple along with Jaganathji’s palki. They were made aware of our rich cultural heritage and the joint family system. There was an exhibition hall where the traditional things of Gujarat were displayed.
The trip was thoroughly enjoyed by the children. They got an opportunity to interact and travel along with their peers. The excitement was clearly visible on each one’s face as it was a good change from their everyday class routine.
‘When you wake up to the rise of golden morn,
When to determine your efforts for a cause,
When you value your contribution in any way,
You will surely find the change you wished to see!!!!!
The inspiring movement of Swachha Bharat initiated by honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has touched every corner of the country. The Gandhian thought of keeping our surroundings clean has brought about a change in the lives of the people. More movements, more initiatives and more programmes are being conducted to support the cause for a better and clean country. As a part of this initiative, D.P.S.East initiated ‘Swachha Bharat Abhiyan’ at the school premises. The students have been working to keep their classes, corridors, campus and grounds clean. Also the morning assembly imbibes a message with the same value. The students of classes IX –X today put up a rally with banners and slogans to the Government school, Hirapur. The students not only visited the school but also motivated students with their dance performance and skit performance. Mr. Kantilal Sir addressed the gathering with thought provoking speech and motivated the students to follow cleanliness and hygiene measures. Also a Hygiene Kit was presented to the Principal of the Govt. School. The students, teachers and the Principal at the Govt. school appreciated the East effort and our students felt a sense of pride for being a contributor in the change they wish to see in the society
The students of classes III-V enjoyed the Dusshera Celebration along with grandparents on the event of ‘Oldie Goldie’ Day. The choir group welcomed the gathering with soulful prayer and song. The students put up a lovely dance performance. The grandparents also revived their childhood days as they played the ‘one minute games’. It is truly said that every heart has a child in it. And this was very evident from the response received from the grandparents. A mythological play on episodes from Ramayana made alive the divine characters. The effigy of Ravan was burnt which was a symbol of the victory of the truth over the evil. The grandparents, teachers and the students together made this event memorable!
350 + schools, 425+ sessions covering 1.10 lakh people... DPS Bopal joined hands in the Halla Bol initiative by Gujarat Police on 9/10/14 at A.V. room DPS Bopal.
A session on Lagao 1091 was conducted at DPS Bopal where students were educated on sexual harassment, different forms of harassment, basic self defence techniques and a complete insight into the functioning of 1091 was given.
Brochures, pamphlets and registration forms were distributed after the session. A quiz after the session saw students enthusiastically answer and win the Women Safety 1091 wrist bands.
The session was informative and effective.
Kindly click on the link and register.
Students of DPS East shine at "Akhil Bhartiya Rashtrabhasha Hindi Pratiyogita - Pariksha" organised by Mahatma Gandhi Rashtrabhasha Hindi Prachar Sanstha. Awards bagged are -
Medal winners are:
Congratulations to the winners!
Another feather in the cap of D.P.S. East. The school has set up a new badminton court for the students which were gifted to the students during the opening of Badminton court by honourable Principal Mr. Hitesh Puri. The students enthusiastically applauded the event. The importance of games in fitness was also shared with the students. The students can now utilize their time for playing Badminton for which the rackets and shuttle cock are available at the school.
The first thing that comes to mind when we see pink is Women. 1st October was the day when everybody in DPS Bopal was dressed in pink in order to promote the well-being of women.
PINKATHON, which is already known as a 10-kilometer run to spread awareness for breast cancer, has moved a step further by involving schools. This initiative has been taken forward by collaborating with schools, starting with DPS Bopal Ahmadabad., Milind Soman the brand ambassador for the noble cause, was at DPS Bopal to start the first leg of ‘PINKATHON GOES TO SCHOOL’ amidst enthusiastic mother-daughter duos, teachers, students in large numbers.
The highlight of the day was RAK- Random Act of Kindness where each mother-daughter duo pledged to work towards a defined act of kindness and to spread it among other women and families through social media.
The underlined idea was ‘A healthy mother makes a healthy family’. While most of the mothers confessed that their own health was their last priority, they accepted the fact that it was time to switch to a healthy lifestyle. They vowed to give at least 15 minutes to themselves and their health. So it’s time we battle this increasing lifestyle disease and inspire everyone around.
It was a moment of great joy when D.P.S.East star Ms. Bhavita Madhu who is now India’s First Lady Skater to win the gold medal at the Asian Roller Skating Championship Tournament which was held at China, was with us at the refreshing, motivating and yet another energetic morning assembly. The medal and certificates were given away by honourable Principal Mr. Hitesh Puri. Bhavita was also felicitated with a floral welcome and a good luck card. When Bhavita shared her experience on her tour to China playing for her country, the proud principal also addressed the assembly ensuring the students to provide all possible opportunities to bloom. The icing on the cake was the surprise which was unveiled by Ms. Bhavita with a huge flex banner of her achievement at China.
This achievement is just a beginning and we have a long way to go and see more of shining stars dazzle with their full energy and brightness making way for the future Indians!
A tour to Sabarmati police station was organized for the students of CPS Ghatlodia (class VI to VIII) 24th of Sep’14. It was an inspiring & informative sojourn for the students. They got first-hand knowledge of the rigorous trainings, that one police personnel has to undergo in order to keep us safe & secure which comprises of physical, mental exercise etc., They also learnt how a police station functions with different departments that they carried their interaction like Crime reporting, Passport Checking, traffic department, Accident Department, Family Turbulences, Theft Case, under no time they settle prepare the necessary documentation and help us out. It seems that each and every personnel held high to his duty in dispense of his service. Record maintenance is also done for long period not of time but in years. The students had a lot to take away after this visit.
Each and every student got to explore the possibility to think and reflect. I am sure as and when they move on the roads this visit is going to remind them –about the hard work that they put in and with great commitment and dedication they work for us sometime its beyond our imagination.
The students got the opportunity to learn values galore to inculcate them in their day to day lives. Overall this tour was quite motivational & an eye opener as we carry a very different image of cops altogether. The cops are with us always. And yes they are friendly & ready to take up challenges any time & every time.
Poetry is the essence of literature. To spread the aroma of poetry; the English poem recitation competition was held on 18 September 2014 for class III in DPS Bopal .Beauty is the realm of the poetry, the children enjoyed the beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, rhyme ,rhythm and music of words. Taking all these facts into consideration the children got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation like nature, trees, flower, mother, teacher, unity in diversity etc. with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm. The competition was conducted in the respective class rooms from where one winner from each was selected by the class teacher and they received certificates in the assembly on 22 September 2014 by respected Head Mistress ma’am. .. Certain poems recited, managed to create images in the minds. The fine poetry enlivened the mood and enabled the children to develop taste and appreciation for Poetry. The aroma of Poetry shall linger on and on and on . . . for days altogether.
“Success is always a combined effort of hard work, dedication and motivation. When these three vital factors blend in correct proportion, they fetch the fruits of success!”
We witnessed the proud and magnanimous victory stoke of our East Star Ms. Bhavita Madhu who is now the First Indian Lady Skater to win Gold at the Asian Roller Skating Event held at China. We are privileged to have such students with us and so we are to have supportive and encouraging parents and well wishers who showered their wishes in abundance by sending lovely messages. We are thankful to all who registered their presence by congratulating Ms. Bhavita Madhu.
We are also thankful to Calorx for instilling value education along with academic excellence in the students and working sincerely towards it. To provide children with opportunities wherein they can represent their school and country at International arena like Ms. Bhavita Madhu.
Our shining star Bhavita Madhu has opened new horizons for all the youngsters and the aspirants to achieve something great in their lives. At D.P.S.East we value such dedication and shape them into dignified personalities who can confidently stand in this competitive world. Bhavita’s achievement is just a step in the path of success for many Indians. We are looking forward to prepare more shining stars of East who will twinkle at the world canvas with their winning stroke.
This is just a dawn for a new morning whose golden rays of success will fill the eyes of the people worldwide. As a gardener fells happy and joyous watching his hard work bloom into buds and flowers, we feel happy when our children bloom making the surroundings fragrant.
Samyak Shah, Class 7A, Won Gold Medal in "All India Inter School Rifle Shooting Competition" held at Delhi on 12th sept, This is a highest Medal in Rifle Shooting - Inter School Competition on National Level.
Eat right !! live well !! .
Good Good !!!! Good Life!!!! , Get Back to Nature... Natural Diet Healthy Diet!!!! These were the slogans heard in the DPS Bopal campus this Wednesday, Sept. 10. As the school from classes I to V was set on a mission to spread the awareness about the recipes of healthy eating for a healthy living and thereby preventing of outcomes such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, inadequate bone health, malnutrition, iron deficiency, eating disorders, and dental caries beginning in childhood.
On the Green Recipe Day Children enthusiastically shared their nutritious lunch boxes and promised to bring everyday healthy food and making it a daily practice. Children were educated about the importance of healthy eating and regular physical activity as it plays a substantial role in keeping our soul, mind and body healthy. Poor diet and physical inactivity are risk factors for numerous conditions that affect overall health and quality of life. Children were immensely glad to know about the various risk factors associated and throughout the day serious discussions took place amongst them as the day was actually successful in shaking their minds to think about their eating choices each time, they are hungry.
To help the girl child,survey was done in which we came to know that there are around 1020
couples in Bhavnagar who have around 2000 daughters as a heir and not having son.We recognized
& eulogized their sympathy towards girl child.This program will be very beneficial to these 2000
girls.The stage programmes like these will be organized in future & skits on this theme by CPS
Students in the guidance of teachers will be prepered & performed regularly in the different areas
to spread awareness among people.
Though there were invited 2000 leading people of Bhavnagar,300 people attended this program.
All the guests along with the audience of 300 people were made to take oath that they would fight
for the injustice with the girl child in the society.
The former MLA Shri Parbatbhai,Divisional Secretary W.R.E.U.,Mr.M.R.Zaveri,the President,Lions
Club, Mr.Tushar Patel,the President of Rotary Club,Mr.Prateek Patel,the General Manager of GHCN
Comany,Mr.Dhananjaya Kumar,the President of Retired People's Association,Mr.Vankai, Head
Operations,Calorx Organization,Mr.B.Anantha Krishanan,OSD,Calorx Organization,Mr.Unmesh
Dixit,Managing Trustee,Naramani Foundation,Mrs.Jyotika Joshi,Managers BOI and Axis Bank etc.
presided over the function as a guest.
The tiny tots of CPS Bhavnagar presented the Cultural Programme consist of Ganesh Vandana ( I-
IV Class ),Welcome Dance (Nursery-K.G.Children ) & Skit cum Dance ( I-IV Class). Mr. Dinesh Joshi
Principal,CPS Bhavnagar shared his views on " Education in the 21st century " through the power
There were also invited some girls who have secured many international medals in Yoga.They
performed fantastic Yoga.It seemed that they had elastic body.
Girls from Bloom Institute presented a dance on the Save the Girl Child theme.
“A good teacher explains, but a great teacher inspires”. Dr. SarvepalliRadhakrishnan, the
second president of Independent India, whatever position he held whether as President or Vice
President or even as Ambassador, he essentially remained a teacher all his life. Therefore, to
commemorate his birthday, on 5th September Teachers’ Day was celebrated at Calorx Public School,
Ghatlodia in a very innovative way. A life size portrait of Dr. S Radhakrishnan was painted and
the students paid homage to the legendary teacherby offering flowers. Students performed skits
e.g. Dhronacharya&Eklavya; Parashuram&Karna; Ramanand&Sachin Tendulkar to show the Guru
Shishya relationship. They also performed a dance and gave speeches about Dr. Radhakrishnan&
importance of teachers in the life of students. Principal, Mrs. NishrinRafique emphasized the
importance of a teacher in shaping the future of the nation.
Arrangement of the live telecast of the interaction of Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra
Modi with students and teachers.
Teaching not a profession, a way of life ahead of Teachers' Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on
Thursday said teaching is not a profession but "jeevan dharm" (a way of life) and asked teachers
to understand changes happening across the world to prepare the new generation accordingly.
Interacting with the 350 national award winning teachers, who will be felicitated by President
Pranab Mukherjee on Teachers' Day on Friday, Modi said a teacher never retires and always
endeavours to teach the new generation. "If a society is to progress, teachers must always be two
steps ahead of time. They need to understand changes happening across the world and prepare the
new generation accordingly by arousing curiosity in them," he told them.
Modi said two of his wishes after he became the Gujarat chief minister were to meet his childhood
friends and honour his teachers. PM's Teacher's Day message: Teaching not a profession, a way of
The students DPS, Bopal showed their love and affection by staging a beautiful and enchanting
assembly for all the teachers. There were beautiful medley of songs sung by students followed by
entertaining skits, mesmerising dance performances and more importantly heart touching speeches
by the children. The assembly had a perfect ending with a beautiful message through a dance
performance on 'Saving a girl child' by the teachers and the students.
DPS Bopal participated in Rev. Bro. Bou. Gujarat State Inter School U-18 boys football tournament held at st. Xaviers Loyola hall, Ahmedabad, and emerged Champions.
Shubham Joshi was declared as player of the tournament and Yash Halani was declared as man of the match.
We are glad to inform that our student Bhavita Madhu received an AWARD from Government of Gujarat as she is elected to represent INDIA in Cadet category at ASIAN Championship in FIGURE SKATING to be held in China next month...
Here are list of awards she received in last few years. ...
State Level - Gold Medal
National Level - Silver Medal
State Level - Gold Medal
National Level - Silver Medal
State Level - Gold Medal
National Level - Silver Medal
DPS Bopal takes pride in achieving 16 gold , 11 silver & 6 bronze medals in SAG District Level Skating tournament held at Eklavya Sports Academy held from 23rd to 25th August 2014.
We feel pride for our 9 students who have been selected for State Level Tournament.25th August, 2014.
It gives me immense pleasure to share with you that there was organized Inter School Elocution Competition by
Station Language Lab,Bhavnagar in which Ms.Anjali Joshi ( Class III ) secured I position in Junior category ( I to IV Class ) &
won the first position prize.Two students got consolation prize.The topic was " My National Leader ".The duration was 3 minutes.
All the 7 well known English Medium schools of Bhavnagar participated in this competition.
DPS Bopal family feels proud to share the joy in grooming and nurturing Shreyans.
Shreyans Nagori, a conscientious child of Grade 9 G, has added a feather in the cap of DPS Bopal by achieving all India rank 1 in the online quiz organized by Tata Sky on Independence Day. He had been invited to Mumbai on 22nd Aug. 2014 to be felicitated by Chetan Bhagat and awarded with a cash prize of Rs 2 lakhs. A shoot on Shreyans, posing as a role model for other students will be telecasted on Tata Sky shortly.
Sheryans had also secured first rank in the State Level in IOM and IMO in Grades 8 and 7 respectively. He had bagged the fifth position in the International Level in Grade 7.
We feel proud to inform that Ms.Bhavita Madhu of class 8th Gerbera has been selected for Sardar Patel
Junior Award by Govt of Gujarat for her achievements in last 3 national games.
(Silver medal in Figure Skating since Uninterrupted last 3 years)
She will be receiving award on 26th August,2014 at town hall Gandhinagar by our Honorable Chief Minister Mrs.Anandiben Patel.
On August 21, 2014 a Live Jam session was organized on the premises of CPS Ghatlodia. I
t is a part of Breakfree Tour 2014 based on twin themes, freedom and identity.
The day commenced with introduction of the Live Jam troupe. Followed by enthralling musical programme by the Live Jam troupe.
Then a wonderful skit was presented followed by interaction with students. A motivational speech was given by Principal Ma’am.
It was over all an inspiring and emotional event that left an indelible morale in everyone’s conscience. Really!!!!
It was an eye-opener for young minds.
The Janmashtami was celebrated on 19th
Saraswati Vandana and a Shloka. The cultural program contained one quiz on Lord Krishna and
was presented by class VIII students (Aatman and Ananya Vaidya). The quiz was followed by dance
presentation by Ms. Maitri Kontraktar of class IX, in which Rishiraj of class VI played Krishna. The
program was concluded by a group song based on Krishna (childhood) by students of class VIII and
The assembly was addressed by Ms. Nishrin Rafique - Principal in which she appreciated the
program and encouraged the students to learn from the life of Lord Krishna to work hard, not lose
hope and stand for truth.
The art of art, the glory of expression, reasoning of mathematical logic, the blend of expertise in technology and computing and the sunshine of eloquence in words saw the culmination in perfect harmony of theme and thought. The myriad competitions saw a congregation and expression of creative genius at their best. Srijan 2014, an interschool creative extravaganza was organised at DPS, Bopal on Saturday, 16th August 2014. 450 participants from 25 schools across Ahmedabad participated in this unique fest to celebrate creativity. The events included Declamation, JAM, Hindi extempore, Ganitagya – math quiz, Robot designing, website designing, Kalayatan – creating a bird house and nest and painting on the theme of nurturing nature.
The various events were adjudged by Dr. Madhusudan Mukherjee, Associate Professor in SLU college, Ms.Ruchi Tiwari, lecturer in Soft skills, Dhanlaxmi Vatnani, Professor Nav Gujarat college, Aparna Bhatnagar, author, Mr. Amit R. Datta, Counsellor with IGNOU, Mrs. Meenakshi Sarkar, Senior Scientist at Space Applications Centre, Mr. Siva Kumar, Park Manager at Sundervan and Mr. Ravi Panchal Graphic, designer at CEE. The judges were impressed to witness an ocean of talent on one platform.
The much awaited prizes were announced by the Sr. Vice Principal, Ms Vandna Joshi. The prizes were given away by the Principal, Mr Surender P. Sachdeva, who in his address encouraged all the participants and said that such events are organized to discover and chisel the latent talents which each child possesses. 5 schools contended for the rolling trophy, Srijan Sri was bagged by Zydus School, Vejalpur. All in all the event was nothing short of creative perfection.
Students actively participated in Srijan 2014-2015 organised by Delhi Public School, Bopal.
Under both the category of "Techno wizard" DPS East students stood first in "Web Warriors" (Malay Patel Shail Shah) & "Robo Warriors" (Anurag Jain,Sunny Kushwaha Abhishek Chaturvedi & Vatsal Patel). We heartly Congralutes them for the grand success & Wish them bright future ahead.....
Janmashtmi was celebrated with gaiety in the form of a special programme by the Pre-Primary and Primary at DPS East, Seminar Hall to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna. The students dressed in the attire of Krishnas and Gopikas, dancing and singing. Fun and Frolic marked the presentation. A short movie was played for the grandparents who were the main attraction for the day as guests to see their grand children participation and motivating them. Tiny tots were not left behind, they captivated the audience by displaying their dancing skills on “Chhoti Chhoti Gaiya Chhote Chhote Gwaal“ ; “sur k ghungroo” leaving the audience spellbound. The choir group also gave magnificient performance. To conclude the event the grandparents shared their views with kids. Our level coordinator Mr. Jaydeep Dave presented vote of thanks and told kids to believe in God and have full faith in him and do your duties with full devotion. Everybody enjoyed giving swing to Lord Krishna.
‘Before the world they proudly unfurled a flag that was never seen . Saffron for courage, white for peace and the wealth of India was the green.’
The 68th independence day was celebrated with patriotic fervour and gusto today at Delhi Public School, Bopal, where students raised their voices and sang traditional patrioic songs with youthful enthusiasm. The chief guest, Air Marshall Prakash Desai, inspected the Independence day parade as students marched smartly to the rhythm of the beat of drums played by the school drummers.
Our principal Mr. Sachdeva, emphasized how Bal Gangadhar Tilak's words ‘Swaraj is my birthright and I will have it!’ demanding independence are relevent even today. While in the past they demanded independence for the country today they stand for freeeom of thought, expression and belief and even the pursuit of excellence.
The patriotic songs sung on this day reminded us of the sacrifices of the freedom fighters and aroused a feeling or national brotherhood in all present there. ‘Suno gaur se duniya walo’ set the tone for the remaining songs with its fast paced rendition and excellent rhythm . A.R. Rehman's version of Vande Mataram was performed by the next choir group . Another group came up with an interesting medley of songs including ‘desh mere, bharat humko jaan se pyara hai, and bande me tha dum’. ‘Takat watan ki humse’ by the next choir group invigorated the audience and strengthened their bond with nation.
Special Assembly Independence day and Janmashtmi (III C). A special assembly celebrating independence day and Janmashtmi was conducted in the school on 11 August 2014 by the students of class III C. The students performed a skit artistically depicting the importance of Janmashtmi and the customary matki fod ,followed by an inspiring fashion show based on freedom fighters. The assembly ended with a hilarious dance performance by the kids. Through the assembly children learnt the importance of 15th August as well as Janmashtmi in the form of entertainment.
DPS Bopal has been known for an all-round development of students. To create awareness with regards to significance of “Mother Nature and our responsibility towards it”, On 7th of August, 2014, the GREEN SCHOOL committee conducted a “ GREEN SCHOOL ” drive to promote greenery in the campus. About 60 students volunteered to be a part of it . As part of the activity, these students were taken to the school play ground- KRIDANGAN to plant a sapling each provided to the school by the forest department of Gujarat.The saplings were of many shady trees like JAMUN, GULTORA, NEEM etc.
The Principal, Mr Surender Sachdev commenced the event by planting a sapling himself followed by the Senior vice principal, Ms Vandna Joshi, the Vice Principal, Ms Neera Pandey and the head of Prerna, Ms Sangeeta Hinduja. After them all the students and members of the green committee planted saplings. Pleasant weather added to the fun and joy, the teachers & children had while planting saplings all around.
Childhood brings the innocent joy of relationships which later grow in strong bond. Such is the festival of Rakshabandhan... The tiny tots of Pre Primary at DPS East can be seen enjoying the festival by a creative edge of making Rakhi and sweets out of clay!!!!
India is famous for festivals. Rakshabandhan is one of the festivals to express the love, respect and bondage between brothers and sisters. At CPS Ghatlodia, the students celebrated Rakhi in a special assembly on 7th August 2014. Students briefed about the festival, elaborated the history of Rakshabandhan, Melodious voice of Kalyani mesmerized the students when she sang the song ‘Bhaiyya mere Rakhi ke bandhan ko nibhana’. Lastly, Principal Ms. NishrinRafique appreciated the performance and encouraged children to take active participation in all the activities.
The students of CPS Gandhinagar from classes V- VII visited to Adalaj Step well (a apart of their syllabus content) located at Gandhinagar as an educational trip on 07.08.14
Self made Rakhi Exhibition was organized by the students of CPS Bhavnagar today observing Rakshabandhan festival.
All the staff members purchased Rakhi.
WE are very happy to receive such a generous and a wonderful contribution for our initiative as a part of the joy of giving. The initiative was aimed to teach our children not only to study but to educate them and make them concerned about the people around.
The initiative started with a motive to fetch a smile on the faces of those little children who cannot afford certain basic facilities. The students of D.P.S.East today visited a municipal school at Hirapur to share the gifts and witness that lovely smile.
The students of the municipal school were very happy and excited on receiving the gifts. Our students felt proud of being a part of this noble deed. Moreover observing the students study in such difficult conditions and their dedication towards school motivated our children to do their best and value the resources available.
The competition aimed to test the speed with accuracy skill of the students from grade III to V. All the children participated with great fervor and enthusiasm be it the supporters or the contestants. The competition was professionally designed, coordinated and well conducted by the in charges. One contestant from each house and all the classes securing the maximum points was selected as the winner. This time Narmada House hit the bulls eye and stood first in all three rounds. The winners received accolades of appreciation from their supporters and certificates were also given to them.
The list of the winners.
CLASS III CLASS IV CLASS V:
Narmada House Narmada House Narmada House
Abhay Venkatesh & Anshul Roy from Class XII , DPS Bopal, Ahmedabad were crowned the #TCSITWiz Ahmedabad Champions,today 5/8/14!!!
In a packed auditorium in Tagore Hall the team put in their best performance ever to win the first prize .The 6 finalist from the 650 teams were:
The quiz was shown live from 12:00pm onwards on the following link YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/TCSGlobal Congratulationds once again !!!
Viewing the rapidly increasing popularity of unhealthy processed food amongst the young generation, a healthy food eating awareness drive was carried out by the tiny tots of class 1 and 2.
The junior stars, of DPS Bopal, effortlessly created this awareness by showcasing their talent in the event ‘Ad on Healthy Food’ competition The students used innovative ways and creative techniques to advertise ‘Healthy Food and Healthy Food Habits’ to their peers, seniors and teachers through their presentations and props. The event not only provided them a good exposure but also generated a significant awareness about the dos and don’ts of healthy eating habits.
Winners of Healthy Food Competition Class - 1 Class – 2
Sec Name of the students
I-A   GEET LUHANA II-A ANUPRIYA BAJPAI
B    AADITYA JHA B SOHAM ACHARYA
C    KANISHKA GULABANI C HEMAKSHI DHEER
D    PRATHAM TYAGI D ANAUSHKA SHAH
E    KANAK MUNDRA E BHAVYA DOSHI
F    JIYA SINGH F RASHI NARANG
G    DHAIRYA PRAJAPATI G VIHAAN TIWARI
H    PRISHA SINGH H LAVANYA YADAV
I    VIHAAN PATEL I SHASHWAT JHA
J    KRUPA DESAI J PRISHA ARORA
K    VISHAKHA VACHASPATI K DARSH SHAH
“The Price of success is hard work and dedication towards the aim in life along with perseverance, whether we win or lose”.Hard efforts and achievements shall always be nurtured with appreciation and recognition and with a belief in this practice Delhi Public School, Bopal organised its felicitation ceremony-Pratibha Gaurav Divas for the classes X, XI and XII on 2nd August 2014. This event commemorates the students who along with academics have excelled in areas of Dance, Music, Sports, Art & Craft and extracurricular activities. The event began with our Guest of Honour Shri Sushil Kaul, CEO, Arvind Ltd. and Dr. Meena Jhala, MD, DGO Consultant and IVF specialist, Mayflower Hospital lighting the lamp and the school choir performing saraswati vandana. The event progressed with our Principal’s welcome and inspirational speech to the students. He shared his valuable thoughts and mentioning that it was not his responsibility but a great privilege to educate students and stay with young minds. He also said that success is not a destination but a milestone in the journey towards excellence.Later addressing the students the chief guest Shri Sushil Kaul said that he has witnessed the transformation of the school very closely and DPS Bopal is the best school of the city which has not only gained name but has also contributed a lot towards the development and recognition of the city. He revealed that to excel in life one has to have a internal desire which becomes the motivational factor. After wards Dr. Meena Jhala addressed the students and said life is full of exams and one has to be prepared to face all the challenges with confidence and Knowledge, as there is no shortcut to success.
The CPS Gandhinagar has a great belief in humanity and Charity ,keeping in view the Students and staff has shown their contributed towards the society,they have collected money and visited to a rural area nearby the village Lekawada on dt 30/07/2014 and distributed Fruits and Biscuits to the poor Children and people.
As Calorx believes on values and humanitarian. Being a part of family of CERF, All the children & Staff collected money and visited civil hospital to distribute fruits to all rgw patients.- approx 400 patients were given one apple and 1 banana to each by children children enjoyed a lot.
As per our CPS Value chart in Almanac, children of CPS Bhavnagar visited Nand Kunwarba Anathashram & experienced the life style of the orphanage children.They also donated 50 lunch boxes & stationery items to the orphanage children.
Besides,they enjoyed watching Aquarium,various convex mirrors,train & lunch in the park of the lake.
There was organized Sangeet Sandhya program by Naramani Foundation for the benefits of Param Cancer Foundation Bhavnagar supported by CPS Bhavnagar.There were gathering of around 400 people.
We addressed the august gathering highlighting Vision, Mission & objective of Calorx Foundation.
The tiny tots of CPS Ghatlodia, all dressed upcolourful to represent different regions of India. A Fashion Show was held on 25th
enthusiastically. Walking on the ramp to the rhythm of music was mesmerizing experience for all present there including the parents. One dressed as a Marathi, another as Gujarati, Punjabi,
or some other came walking like a Rajput of Rajasthan. Pretty girls well dressed to represent a Malayali,Tamilian, Kashmiri and so on. They made their parents proud and emotional by
representing their respective states. The students depicted the uniqueness of India- ‘Unity in Diversity’
A Debate and Elocution contest was organized at CPS Ghatlodia on Thursday 24th 2014.Students from Grade IV to VI participated in Elocution and Grade VII to X participated
in Debate.It was an honour to have Ms.AshaNambiar GM LDQ Calorx group and Ms.PrabhaShukla, Co-ordinator,CPS as the judges.Every participant put their heart out
and performed splendidly.In between results the audiencewere enthralled with some scintillating instrumental music performed by a student of Grade VI.Overall it was an
outstanding show put up by the students.At the end both the honorable judges opined their valuable feedback and the day ended with the vote of thanks.
Teaching is a continuous learning process. As a member of Calorx family we all teachers are fortunate to explore ourselves through the workshops conducted by our senior colleagues, Ms. Rajam Nair & Ms. Neetu Shali on ‘Jolly Phonics on 21st June 2014.The Pre-Primary teachers of all Calorx Pre-Schools and Grade I teachers of CPS Ghatlodia have attended the workshop. The workshop was very interactive. She had bifurcate all the teachers in a group of five, then she taught us how to teach phonic in the most interesting way. Teaching phonics is an art, first thing is the sound of alphabets. We can teach these sounds with a story related to the sound using flash card and songs. After learning 42 sounds, the next step is diagraph which is followed by blending of letters.
Overall it was an awesome and interactive teaching learning experience.
The workshop on Calorx Taxonomy was conducted by Ms. Asha Nambiar, GM LDQ at CPS Ghatlodia. 34 teachers of CPS Ghatlodia & 2 teachers from CPS Gandhinagar attended the same.
As the teachers are approaching 21st century classrooms, they need to have 21st century skills. Asha Ma’am showed some of the inspirational videos and explained the importance of activity based, lab based, and building based learning. She explained that to motivate children and develop ‘Higher Order Thinking Skills’ the teaching learning process should comprise the 4 components of Calorx Taxonomy i.e. behaviourism, constructivism, connectivism and cognitivism. She emphasised on the need for developing creative thinking and critical thinking among the students; and appropriate communication and collaboration with the team members.
The session was highly motivational and interactive.
A training session on Maria Montessori method was conducted by Mrs Krutika Methwani
(Centre owner of Ghatlodia CprS) at CPrS Paldi Centre on the 28th of June. The session
was indeed v interactive and did enable the participants to grasp the implementation of
Montessori equipments in the class room.
DPS Bopal Congratulates Kushagra Madan on his stupendous success. He has secured AIR 56 in IIT-JEE Advanced. Kushagra has been a student of DPS Bopal since Jr KG. An extremely
hard working, focussed, intelligent and down to earth student, he balances Sports and Academics equally well.
Kushagra has proved that the price of success is determination, hard work and dedication to the job at hand.
DPS family wishes him the best for his promising future.
We are thrilled with outstanding success of our students in CBSE -2014.It has been a busy morning and we are pleased to see so many students securing 90% and above with many distinctions in all
These results demonstrate that school is continuously providing high quality education to students at DPS Bopal, more importantly that students feel challenged and supported to achieve their best.
Well done Dipsites !! Well done Teachers!!
The highlights are as follows:
It gives an immense pleasure to share with you the result of class XII of Vidya Bhavan Public school, Indore managed by Calorx.
The school is the latest prestigious project of Calorx.
We are proud to share that result of BITS-Pilani 2014 has been declared and Aashaka Shah and Kushagra Madan of DPS Bopal has secured 342 and 331 marks out of 350 respectively. We are proud of our Dipsites and we wish them good luck.
It is a matter of pride to CPS Rajula that our 6 students have been selected for National Camp of Vigyan Vidyarthi Manthan at INDORE ,MP.They are going to represent Gujarat. The camp is
conducted by Deptt of Science and Technology , Govt of India on 24th and 25th May 2014.The students will get chance to interact with students of other state. Two teachers will also accompany.
Another batch of 10 students and two teachers is going to Abu to attend a camp on Value education from 20th May to 26th May 2014.
Calorx Public School in partnership with Deeksha Network began its first academic year of Std. XI integrated learning programme which ensures that a student is thorough in his/ her fundamentals
and is equipped to tackle Board exams and competitive exams with ease. There was an orientation of parents and students on 12.05.2014 by Mr. Maulik Shah, Dean- Calorx Public School, Bopal. We
thank Mr. Surender Sachdev, Principal DPS-Bopal and Mrs. Vandna Joshi, Sr. Vice Principal DPS-Bopal, Ms. Prabha Shukla Coordinator, Calorx Public Schools for their presence and encouragement.
“The ship that gets the correct direction at the correct time
is bound to reach the destination safely”.
Workshops were organized for classes III- V and I & II of the academic session 2014-15, on the 19th parents about the school philosophy, curriculum, methodology, curricular and co curricular
activities, CCE assessment, examination pattern (cl. IV & V) and other policies of the school.April and 3rd May respectively wherein the team of educators talked to
Parents were also explained about some general points, guidelines to use portal, our Facebook page, tips for enhancement and expectations from parents. The workshop was
designed to provide guidance to the parents on how learning is organised and how they can be instrumental in their child’s learning process.
The objective of the workshop was accomplished with a favourable response from the keen parents who turned up in large numbers and interacted actively with interest on both the
A parent orientation programme was conducted for classes IX and X, on 3 May 2014 at Abhivyakti.Principal Mr. Surender Sachdeva, in his address to parents, dwelt upon following
At the end of the session, Principal answered all the queries put to him by parents in a question answer session.
The orientation was attended by a large number of parents. They felt that the programme was a good initiative on the part of the school. The session, helped in reducing the anxiety
of parents with respect to all the modifications in the course and how it would affect their wards.
Would like to share that the much awaited career counselling workshop ended up with lots of take away. The speaker honourable Mr. Ashutosh Dave gripped the session as if the
students and parents were glued to their seats.
Mr. Dave not only discussed about the traditional career opportunities like engineering, medicine, paramedical and government jobs but also drove all minds towards the upcoming
career options like Neuro technology, Nano technology, Robotics, Urotechnology etc. With lots of career options to choose from the parent's support cannot be undermined.
So claiming the parent's attitude as the X factor for their child Mr. Dave emphasized on the developing a positive attitude towards their child's choice.
Tata Young Expressions 2014 was held in association with Tata Network Forums in India and overseas\Globally. This year the theme for the competition was ‘Celebrating the vision
and values of Jamsetji Tata’ to mark the 175th birth anniversary of our Founder on March 3, 2014.
Tata Young expression is annual event organized across the globe, it invites children of Tata employees to celebrate the vision and values of the Founder of the Tata group. This year
the children were invited to express their creativity and send in their drawings, collages and creative writing on the theme of ‘Celebrating the vision and values of Jamsetji Tata’ to
commemorate the Founder’s 175th birth anniversary in March.
Ms. Praanjali Deep of CPS Mundra had participated in Kaleidoscope competition in the age group of 11-12 and won the 1st prize in the Kaleidoscope category in the Global
round in the Tata Young Expressions, 2014. Earlier she stood first in western regional round from India and then her nomination was sent globally where she stood first. In
the Kaleidoscope competition the children from Africa , Asia Pacific , China, South Korea ,Europe , India and North America had participated. She was felicitated on 23rd April,
at Hotel Taj, Mumbai by the TOP Management of Tata Group and by Group Chairmen of Tata Mr. Cyrus Mistry.
It is immense pleasure to share that the PTA of NCPS celebrated Labour Day and appreciated the efforts and dedication of the support staff through dance performances,
songs, speech etc. The PTA president presented Raag Bhopali - Tarana.
The PTA felicitated the support staff with gifts and cash. The teachers arranged lunch for them.
The Gujarati teacher and the students also presented a song on 'Garvi Gujarat' to mark
Gujarat Day today followed by Garba performed by all - support staff, teachers, parents and students.
Would like to share that the students of class VI & VII relished a knowledgeable and inspiring workshop on "Winning habits for teenagers" by our Prominent Speaker Honorable
Dr. Shailendra Gupta.
The seminar encompassed interesting facts and observations of daily life with a success mantra complimentary with it. The session with the students was very interactive and as
expected the innovative activities carried out by Dr. Gupta took their hearts away and they were very enthusiastic and happy. Eagerly awaiting for the next session ....
The students of NCPS from std I to std VIII, participated in the captioned event on 23rd April, hosted in partnership with Bharuch City Library
They recited poems, enacted drama on 'The Bet' by Anton Chekhov with a little twist which was highly appreciated by the Guests. 4 students presented reviews on books
that they had read.
Std. 1 student - Ms. Charlize Rodriquez won the first prize for recitation.
Std. VIII - Ms. Kunj won the 1st prize for Best Book Review.
Std. VIII - Master Het Patel and Riddhesh Parikh won for the Drama.
Rest of the students were given a book each by the Head Librarian - Mr. Naren Sonar
The children took oath to read a-book-a-month.
This initiative was taken to inculcate the habit of reading among children.
It gives me immense pleasure to invite you all to the Scholar’s Award Ceremony 2013-14 of Calorx Public School, Ghatlodia on 23rd April 2014
at 8.00 am sharp. This is a much awaited event in every student’s life, as it gives the returns to the efforts put in by them throughout their
academic endeavor. It gives a sense of achievement and a sense of responsibility towards fulfilling further commitments.
A child is the most valuable resource of our country. Each child holds the promise of a bright future, for his family, society, country and
the world provided with meaningful education, skills and human values. Here at Calorx Public School, We value our Intellectual and Sports capital,
and nurture it through a perfect blend of traditional as well as contemporary ways and means, for the comprehensive development, of the students’
personality, so that every year the society at large is benefitted with the well equipped professionals who can significantly contribute to the
value creation process.
“The ship that gets the correct direction at the correct time
is bound to reach the destination safely”.
With a view to enable our children to excel every voyage with a triumph and work
on a common platform, a parents’ workshop was organized on 19th April 2014. The
workshop was conducted by the respective class teachers of classes III- V and received an
overwhelming response from the parents. The teachers zestfully explained in detail the
various slides containing teaching methodology, some general points, guidelines, syllabus
of first term, assessment pattern and expectations from parents. Parents were full of hope,
expectations, resolutions and commitments for the academic session while they shared
their concerns and feedbacks.
It gives me immense pleasure to share with all of you that our Summer Camp is running with cheerful and good learnings among children in the premises of Calorx Public School Godhra. More than 250 students have enrolled the camp.
On the First day of Inauguration of the Summer Camp Dr Shailendra Gupta gave wonder full speech on "Handling the children and How we can listen to them." All the dignities and parents with family accepted our invitation & attended the opening ceremony.
My special thank to Dr Gupta for making it memorable moments for parent at the campus.
The National Fire Service Day was celebrated in CPS Mundra campus on 14th
program was organized by the joint effort of Adani Power and CPS Mundra. The fire fighting
department of Adani Power exhibited patience and taught us that in case of any kind of
mishap one should be always calm and composed rather than creating a panic among the
people. They also demonstrated various ways of putting out fire. The children and other
staff were also called to demonstrate the process. It was a great learning experience for
On 11thand 12th for the First ever National Financial Literacy Assessment Test (NFLAT). The response to the first initiative of National Centre for Financial Education (NCFE) had been overwhelming
with around 1,00,000 students and 2000 schools registering for the test from all over the country. NCFE has been set up under National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) with
the support of RBI, SEBI, IRDA, PFRDA and FMC. The National and Western Region Award Ceremonies were held on 5th an Institute of Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The student and school award winners were
felicitated here. The Chief Guest for the event was Dr.K.C. Chakrabarty, Deputy Governor, RBI. Ms. Meena Hemachandra, Principal, CAB, Mr. A.S.Bhattacharya, Director, Institute of
Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), Mr. Sandip Ghose, Director, NISM and Mr.G.P.Garg, Registrar, NISM and Head, NCFE addressed the audience. Mr. Padmanabha, CEO, NSE-IT,
Ms. Supriya Roy, Director, FMC and faculty from the CAB were also present at this event. .
Anshul Patel( std-IX) of Calorx Public School Mundra 3rd was also facilitated on that day by The RBI Deputy Governor with A Lenovo Tablet , a Silver
medal and achievement certificate.
18 children of CPS will also get for the merit certificate for their performance, and the Governor and other eminent personalities appreciated the fact and said that it was
really great seeing that Calorx Public School children has such vast knowledge about financial literacy. Anshul Patel was interviewed by Zee T.V and Local News-Paper.
Mothers Workshop under the topic 'Mother is the best and the first teacher of child' was conducted on Saturday 12th April, 2014 inside the school premise & have got good response from
The parents of the students of Class XI with science and commerce stream gathered at the green DPS East for the Orientation programme. With a vision for excellence, the school presented all the important details to the parents. The gathering was addressed by the Level coordinator, Ms. Bhavisha Shah who also gave a general talk on Stream selection on the basis of a student's ability and strength by explaining the difference between a 'Dream' and a 'Goal'. Introduction to Class XI, Streams, OTBA, PSA & Examination System was presented by Mr. Hiren Thakkar. The orientation moved forward with the details of Science stream in terms of career options which was presented by Ms. Neetu Ojha and details of Commerce stream and career options presented by Ms. Neetu Motiani. The Orientation ended with a doubt clearing session.
Congratulations!!! Vaidehi , Ansh and Roshni for securing national level rank in the final round of Conquest Britannia Quiz !3. More than 200 schools participated in the first round comprising of 1.5 million students from Jr Kg to Class X from all over India. 30,000 students made it to the second round. Out of which the following students have made us proud by excelling themselves.
1. Vaidehi Patel - All India 1st rank in Grade III.
Prizes won - Dell Laptop,a trophy and merit certificate.
2. Ansh Bhura - All India 7th rank in Grade I.
Prizes won- Trophy, merit certificate and a gift hamper.
3. Roshini - All India 5th rank in Jr Kg.
Prizes won- Trophy, merit certificate and gift hamper.
4. School Coordinators : Ms Urmila Sharma, Ms Kiran Pamnani.
It gives me immense pleasure to share with all of you that yesterday there was organized Religious Ceremony i.e.Ganesh Pooja,Sri Vishnu Sahastravali & Chandipath in the premises of Calorx Public School Bhavnagar.
All the dignities like Bhavnagar Yuvaraj Saheb, Former MLA Mr.Parbat Bhai, Mr.Pradeep Singh Goel & Landlord Mr.Pradeep Singh with family accepted our invitation & attended the ceremony.
Yali Ho !
Enterprise and entrepreneurship cannot be successful without the support of the society they thrive in. Today, as business enterprises are faced with addressing their corporate social responisibility, the students of Delhi Public School, Bopal, start young through the event DPS ka Baazigar. The event which consisted of four rounds saw various teams competing in making an excellent business plan and proving their entrepreneurial skills by making maximum profit. Seventeen teams competed in the first round and only 5 teams qualified for the grand finale round. The Grand Finale was conducted on campus in December.
The had to perform in 3 rounds- AD Mad show, Group Discussion and Business quiz all of which required creativity, communication skills and quick thinking. All the teams gave each other stiff competition. The 'Zappelicious' Team with Ambica Agarwal as CEO was declared the 'DPS KA BAAZIGAR' with maximum points. The profits made by students were to be given to support different charitable causes.
On 24 March, 2014, ten CEOs of the participating teams, visited Jeevan Sandhya Vrudh Ashram. They gave away gift vouchers of Planet Health worth INR17,500 as donation to these trusts. Anandita Rangarajan, one of the CEOs, said, "The stories they have shared have touched my heart.’ Farsubhai Kakkad, the trustee of Jeevan Sandhya Vrudh Ashram, was grateful for the contribution made by these students. The next visit planned by these caring students is planned on 26 March, 2014 to Apang Manav Mandal.
In the Journey of Calorx , we have added another feather in Calorx's cap i.e launch of Calorx Public School, Bhavnagar. On 24th February, We had organized a Press Conference for its official Launch. We feel very proud to share the press coverage( Gujarat Samachar & Sandesh - leading regional news paper), which has a huge success in the city of Bhavnagar.
Calorx Public School, Bhavnagar will be starting from the academic year 2014, April onwards.
In the Journey of Calorx , we have one good news to share. It is for the first time, that Calrox has gone out of Gujarat and Announced first CPS at Jaipur. On 12th February, We had organized a Press Conference for its official Launch. We feel very proud to share the press coverage(Rajasthan Patrika & Dainik Bhaskar - leading regional paper) and media links , which has a huge success in the city of Jaipur.
Calorx Public School, Jaipur will be starting from the academic year 2014, April onwards.
It is India’s first of it’s kind national-level test to measure the level of financial literacy among school students. The Assessment took the area
about students their basic financial knowledge on topics such as money, budgeting, investment, banking, savings, insurance, retirement planning
and financial planning. The test targeted towards school students of Classes VIII to X, this is the first of it’s kind test in India aimed at
encouraging students to obtain basic financial skills and also giving a measure of Financial Literacy of students at the national-level.
We believe that imparting real life financial skills to school students is critical to their holistic development.
This test is the first step in that direction to build a nation which not only understands the value of money but also
has the right knowledge and skills required for taking responsible financial decisions
Mr.Shiv Kumar Verma the colors TV Star recently visited Calorx Public School Mundra School on 13th of January.
He sat for an interactive session with the Parents, Teachers and students about how Dancing and Acting is a kind of Yoga
which keep us away from Tension, Worries and Depression.
Everybody enjoyed the session....
See our GS Genius DEVARSH VERMA (Class V) perform on Gujarat Samachar Channel this Sunday 19/1/14 @ 8:30 am, 1:30 pm & 8 pm.
Tata sky channel number (894 GSTV)
Inaugurated National Education Summit. Vice Chancellors, Directors, academicians & experts from India & abroad have joined
the Summit. The Summit is a wonderful opportunity for us to learn. It is our conviction that there is a lot to learn from every part of India.
Our education system must create harbingers of change. Through education, we as a Nation can contribute immensely towards humankind.
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Delhi Public School, Bopal – Ahmedabad along with Ms.Preetha Nambiar embarked on a journey to Sharjah that not only changed their perspective about global pressing issues but also renewed it.
“AGENDA 2013” an international inter school competition organized by DPS Sharjah was held on 8 December at Sharjah Chamber of Commerce, in which nineteen schools and colleges participated was a platform where dynamic minds discussed, debated to seek viable solutions and international cooperation to combat environmental crisis and accelerate sustainable development.
The Chief Guest Mr. Ashok Chandra (Chairman of DPS Society) inaugurated the summit .Dr. Hussain Al Mahmoudi, Chairman, Sharjah Chamber of Commerce H.E. Manabile Shogole, Consul General, Consulate General of South Africa and Dr. Tiju Thomas, Consul (Economic & Education), Consulate General of India graced the event as Guests of Honor. Disaster Management was the central theme of this summit.
DPS Bopal participated in all the five categories of competition at the summit. The country allotted to DPS Bopal was China and the topic was 'Water Crisis in China'. The documentary presented by us was selected in the top 5 list. However, DPS Sushant Lok was adjudged the overall winner and lifted the rolling trophy. Agenda 2013 succeeded in enabling students to identify themselves with relevant environmental issues and created outstanding awareness on the gravity of the issue.
It was a special day when the students of Class X came forward and shared their wish of bringing awareness among the members of the support staff, which was granted! The support staff which includes the Drivers, Conductors, Peons and Aayahs was all seated and thereby started a very interesting presentation made by the students of Class X. The students covered topics like Personal Hygiene, Maintaining Hygiene while at work, Traffic signs and Avoiding bad habits such as drinking, smoking, eating tobacco etc. To connect better and make the presentation effective, the students prepared the presentation and conducted the workshop in Gujarati, a language which they could relate to. Its always a pleasure and a heartfelt moment for the school to see the students grow into responsible individuals and individuals who take a purposeful initiative.
Monday morning having Astad Debooji at CPS-Ghatlodia. It was indeed a mesmerizing time one of the most remarkable and unforgetful events which will last forever in the minds of all the CPSians.
Astad Debooji, contemporary Indian dancer and a multifaceted artist, left the students , teachers of CPS Ghatlodia, spellbound by his abstract dance of feelings on 16th December2013’this morning. His graceful performance at this age evoked aesthetic sense among the students who were being made part of it. Revealing of names in his artistic style gave a new outlook towards creative dancing.
Congratulations!!!! DPS Volley Ball Girls team are first Runners -up in the Inter DPS Volleyball National Finals held at DPS RkPuram today.The DPS team gave a tough fight to DPS Bokaro before emerging 1st Runners-up. Congratulations team and the entire sports Department .Yali Ho!
Indian Mythology undoubtedly is the backbone of Indian Culture and a best way to inculcate moral and ethical values in the younger generation. St. Kabir School , Drive In Branch organized an Inter School Quiz on Indian Mythology on 7th December 2013 . Schools has to send two teams of 2 students each from std 7, 8 and 9. There was a preliminary written round of 20 questions .There were 26 teams out of which top 6 teams finally made it to final stage round Our two teams comprising of Shivangi Jha and Anusha Kumar and Ishika Jain and Shambhavi Johri were accompanied by Ms. Vineeta Johri . Shivangi Jha of 9J and Anusha Kumar of 7 D qualified the preliminary written test and represented the school for the on stage round with other 5 teams of different schools. Ours was the only girls teams . The other participating teams were from St. Kabir Navrangpura Branch, The New Tulip school, Udgam School, Rachna School and Anand Niketan Shilaj. The New Tulip Stood First with 130 points . Our school scored 40 points and was indeed a great learning experience in the 6 rounds of Mythology Quiz.Kudos to the girls! Keep it up!
The students at DPS East were excited with the menus that they were given.We were astonished to see that it was followed from the very next day.They didn't only show off their lunch boxes but also relished the food in it.The major excitement was that they had 'Matching Food' in their lunch boxes which refrained them from making a fuss but made them enjoy every bite of the healthy food.We are happily expecting all the students to follow the menu and make DPS East a healthy school........
It was a proud moment for team D.P.S.East to see the young talents of the school emerging as champions at the finals of the Inter House Cricket Tournament here on 4th December 2013 at the school cricket ground. The Principal Mr. Hitesh Puri and The Level Coordinator Ms. Bhavisha Shah motivated the students and it was a wonderful moment for the players. Providing a student centric learning atmosphere and thriving and working for the overall development of each child, has always been the prime goal of the school. As another feather in the cap of achievement, the school observed the finals of the cricket tournament with two great teams Ganges House and Sabarmati House playing against each other to take the trophy of Inter House cricket tournament into their stride. As we say cricket is a game of uncertainty. The same was felt today by the results. The team of Ganges House again excelled on their sport skill and was successful in grabbing another trophy in its court. Winning losing doesn't matter when we have each and every student giving his/her best and living up to his/her confidence.
“School picnic is Fun for me, because it’s me with my friends and teachers, the whole day that I would spend with them.”
The Auto World: The Vintage Car Museum of Shri Pranlal Bhogilal. The finest and the famous vintage cars from all across the globe find a place here! And the very place for a day out, so CPS decided to educate its auto crazy kids through picnic with the Vintage Cars.
Sixty-four children in their hoods with four teachers boarded the bus to start a jolly ride and to enjoy a wonderful day ahead. And they got down at the Museum which has a collection of more than 100 cars. The cars were amazing and lovely. One could find all the best cars of the world – Rolls Royce, Bentley, Maybach, Jaguar, Cadillacs, Austin, Chrysler, Lincoln, Ford and many many more. Each car is in a perfect driving condition. In fact, one could even drive them by paying a hefty fee – Rs 500 for 3.5 km drive in a historic car!
Congrats at the outset as Calorx Preschool, Maninagar ranks is ranked Ahmedabad's No. 2 preschool by The Education World India Preschool Rankings 2013 was conducted by the well-known market research agency C fore, Delhi which interviewed a mix of 2,705 preschool children's parents, teachers and educationists in ten cities across India, including 199 in Ahmedabad. Preschools were assessed on 10 parameters of of education excellence including competence of teachers, teacher care and development, infrastructure, innovative teaching, safety and hygiene, leadership quality etc.
13th National Cyber Olympiad was held on 19th October, 2013 .Five of
our students secured State Level rank and they will also receive the gold medal.
Anurag Sen ( Standard-II) State rank 11, Manamee Ghosh (Standard-IV) State
Rank 16, Mayur Sinh Jadeja (Standard-V) State Rank 66, Priyanka Priydarshani
(Standard-VI) State Rank 74 and Pratik Ranjan (Standard-IX) State Rank 69.
Four of them have also qualified for the second level. They will be fighting for the mega prize for International level.
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The Auto World: The Vintage Car Museum of Shri Pranlal Bhogilal. The finest and the famous vintage cars from all across the globe find a place here! And the very place for a day out, so CPS decided to educate its auto crazy kids through picnic with the Vintage Cars.
Sixty-four children in their hoods with four teachers boarded the bus to start a jolly ride and to enjoy a wonderful day ahead. And they got down at the Museum which has a collection of more than 100 cars. The cars were amazing and lovely. One could find all the best cars of the world – Rolls Royce, Bentley, Maybach, Jaguar, Cadillacs, Austin, Chrysler, Lincoln, Ford and many many more. Each car is in a perfect driving condition. In fact, one could even drive them by paying a hefty fee – Rs 500 for 3.5 km drive in a historic car!
Wearing mismatched shoes accidentally in a hurry can be hilarious and sometimes, also embarrassing! Imagine doing it on purpose……….. Yes, the children of Prep wore mismatched footwear to school on 18th November, 2013 to celebrate Funny Feet Day.
Children were highly amused to see each other’s funny combinations of shoes. They played a game where each child was hidden under a cloth piece and the others recognized her/ him by looking at their footwear! Overall it was a day full of laughter and vivacity!!!
Mathematics is a creation of human mind concerned chiefly with ideas, processes and reasoning. It is intimately connected with everyday life!
Jodo gyan workshop for parents and teachers on making numbers fun, conducted by Mr. Shaji from Delhi showed that mathematics is no more the prerogative of the intellectual mind. It is up to us, teachers, parents and guardians how we deal with concepts so as to make a child inclined towards numbers. Based on international research, Jodo Gyan is a trust for learning and co-operation that deals with the pedagogy of learning Mathematics and Science.
The three sessions of the workshops were highly interactive and gave opportunity for hands on experience. Numbers truly can be exciting the Jodo Gyan way!
There are some joys we can’t buy, One such thing is our childhood…..”
Children conquered Chacha Nehru’s heart with their angelic eyes and innocent smiles. Chacha Nehru’s birthday serves as a reminder to each of us to be committed towards the creation of a loving environment for our young buds so that they blossom as healthy and happy roses to beautify and add fragrance to our motherland, creating a paradise garden.
DPS Bopal Preschool celebrated Children’s Day on 14th November with a dash of fun and frolic with teachers performing on happy childhood numbers for the kids. Teachers enacting as jokers was the highlight of the day. Children enjoyed their day by watching cartoon movies. Teachers fondly gave away “Happy Children’s Day” badges to their children at the end of the day.
“One hundred days of learning, one hundred days of fun, one hundred days of work and play. Aren’t we the lucky ones?’’Milestones represent progress, growth and achievement. The 100th day of school is a milestone which offers a great opportunity for creative learning and celebrations!
DPS Bopal Preschool celebrated 100th day where children came in to school creatively dressed with hundred objects adorning their attire. Some students brought collection of 100 objects to share with the class. Activities like clapping, jumping, sorting and classifying reinforced the concept of counting till hundred. Little Jr .Kg tiny tots made cards saying “I am 100 days smarter”. Prep and Sr. Kg students coloured headbands for themselves and wore their crowns with pride!
The children who attended school on all the 100 days were recognized with certificates of appreciation.
IFSE Test is a kind of Diagnostic Test which enlightens the students about the areas in which they need to concentrate, since even CBSE today is stressing upon the assessment of language. About 37 students participated from classes V to X. The most magnificent part of this was when the result came out. Two of our students MAUSAM CHOPRA of class 7th and ANSHUL PATEL of class IX scored a GLOBAL rank of 13th and 20th respectively. This shows that our students are capable of sitting and clearing the TOEFL exams in 1 to 2 attempts which would be a necessity to get entry in universities of America and Canada and also other esteemed institutes all over the World
A special episode of 'Kaun Banega Maha Crorepati' invited school children to play the game in the 'School Champs' episode aired on Sony
TV on 8 November, as a precursor for Children's Day. While schools all over the country were vying for that special position, Smeet Madlani, a
student of class X H of Delhi Public School, Bopal, did our school proud by winning it. Smeet was the first to qualify for the hot seat by
answering all the three 'fastest finger first' questions in record time, ahead of the nine other finalists.
Calorx Institute of Education Ahmedabad, a Constituent Unit of Calorx Teachers’ University, bagged the prestigious Education Leadership Award constituted by Dainik Bhaskar and Stars of the Industry Group. Dainik Bhaskar National Education Awards recognizes institutions that are innovative, modern and industry related in their curriculum in Marketing,
Advertising, Marketing Communications, Engineering & Technology etc.
These awards are well researched and chosen by an independent jury and a panel of professionals who believe in nurturing Talent and in recognizing the best of the best. Dr.Shailendra Gupta, the Principal of Calorx Institute of Education received the award at a felicitating ceremony held
at hotel Taj, Mumbai on October 23,2013. While addressing the gathering, Dr.Gupta stressed the need for responsible teachers and added, “We are dedicated to nurture hardworking, thinking, and reflective teachers for the country and the globe”.
Traditional costumes are peculiar or characteristic of a certain nation or ethnic group, which usually retains strong elements of the culture from which it originates. In areas where contemporary western fashions have become usual, traditional costumes are often worn in connection with special events and celebrations, particularly those connected with cultural traditions, heritage and pride.
Traditional costumes have never lost their meaning. By wearing other races traditional costumes, they express their appreciation and respect towards the culture.
To enhance the knowledge of different Indian tradition in tiny tots we at CALORX PUBLIC SCHOOL, Mundra organised a Traditional Day which was a competition. Total 97 students of Nursery, Jr.KG and Sr.KG participated in the competition.
The Competition was judged by the parents of primary students, Mrs. Nehal Thackker and Mrs. Sheetal Shah (Fashion Designer). The criteria for judgement were Costume, Appearance and Confidence.
One of the parents powered us with the traditional decorative accessories of Kutch. Parents, Students and Staff appreciated and enjoyed the programme.
Indian postal service is an integral part of India. Whether it’s an army men sending letters to his family from the frontiers or a farmer dispatching money to his son receiving education in a town, postal services have always helped in uniting India and its population. It is not an easy to operate postal services in India with such diversity in culture, tradition and difficult geographical terrains. Yet, the Indian postal department has kept serving the nation with admirable zeal and enthusiasm. It shows a different facet of the nation that binds us and brings us close to one another. Calorx public school Mundra celebrated India postal day on 9th October. Children of Jr.kg to Std - I visited Mundra Post office. During their visit they saw different kinds of stamps, envelopes, and post card. Children interacted with post master and distributed self made card with love to all post office employees.
Delhi Public School, Bopal, Ahmedabad. Co-educational, English medium,CBSE affiliated.
Prerna caters to dyslexic genius and conducts short term teacher training programs.
Visamo Kids Foundation-Takes cares of free education, shelter, food and all other facilities for underprivileged kids.
mon Calorx Global School, is Co-educational, K-12 International Baccalaureate Organization. (IBO) school offering PYP, MYP, & DP.
Delhi Public School East, Ahmedabad is Co-educational,English medium school with CBSE affiliated.
Calorx Public School Mundra is Co-educational,English medium school with CBSE affiliated.
Calorx Pre-Schools, taps the young toddlers/ pre scholars group in a playful, stress free, easy learning methodology.
Calorx Teachers University, established with a vision to be the center of excellence in Teachers Education.
Calorx Public School Rajula , co-educational, English medium CBSE affiliated.
Vocational & Educational Development Institute is focused to provide employable opportunities for underprivileged children in society by teaching them to learn and earn.
Calorx Public School, Ghatlodia is co-educational, English medium, CBSE affiliated.
Narmada Calorx Public School, Bharuch is co-educational, English medium, proposed CBSE affiliation.
CGPL Calorx public School,Mundra co-educational English medium school.
Calorx public School,Godhra co-educational English medium school.
Calorx Public School, Jaipur co-educational English medium school, proposed CBSE affiliation
CALORX PUBLIC SCHOOL, Bopal, co -educational, Proposed State HSC english medium school.
Calorx Public School Bhavnagar, co-educational, proposed English medium CBSE affiliation.
Calorx Public School Gandhinagar, co-educational, proposed English medium CBSE affiliation.
Calorx olive International school, is Co-educational, K-12 International Baccalaureate Organization.
Calorx Champion School, Ahmedabad, Supplementary Education Initiative
Calorx Public School, Sanathal, co-educational, Proposed State HSC English medium school.
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