‘Celebrating Glorious 10 years’





Session 2022-23


" Graduation, A celebration.....A time for looking back on lessons learnt, adventures shared,bright moments filled with special meaning."The school premises bubbled up with activity as it showcased its " Annual Graduation Ceremony 2023 with the theme "A day in school". To bless students and encourage them to be great learners, Dr. Vidhu Mohan( Associate Professor of Psychology), Punjabi University Patiala was invited as a guest who graced the occasion with her presence and was warmly welcomed by the Principal Santosh Shukla.This was followed by lamp lighting ceremony and SaraswatiVandana to evoke the blessings of Goddess Saraswati. The programme started with a word of God, prayer and the students extended their warm welcome to the guest and audience. The spectacular cultural programme was interspersed with the memorable moment of the day-the students donning convocation gowns and caps from the esteemed guest. The school bestowed awards on the most academically talented student of the school. Their energetic booming and clapping coaxed the enthusiastic parents to sway to its lively beats.The dance on " Seasons" by KG-2 teddies and 'Zumba'by KG-2 Cherries was marvelous. Each act was an aesthetic delight especially, Hindi Play on 'Akbar Birbal' high in skill, with supporting props which made the performance a three-dimensional experience for the audience. Equally enthralling was the Yoga and Pyramid performances by the students which was truly exciting, vibrant and fun.Their smiling faces were welcomed by scintillating applauds. 'Rapunzel'and 'Directions, Shape' added charm in the function. The guests shared inspiring thoughts and encouraging words to the students.  The program culminated with the singing of the national anthem by all.


Alumni Meet 2022

DELHI DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL PATIALA organised its second Alumni Meet CONFLUENCIA 2022 on December 24 on the school campus. The day began with the traditional lighting of the lamp followed by formal welcoming of the alumni. A cultural bonanza was presented on the occasion including energetic musical and dance performances. The alumni were felicitated with souvenirs by Principal Mr. Santosh Shukla. He shared light moments in his speech with the audience and wished luck to all the alumni for the bright future. All were taken down the memory lane through a beautiful presentation of candid moments from their school life. A sapling was planted to mark the occasion. Fun games and friendly matches were organised for the alumni.The blissful day culminated with a luncheon and fun and frolic.organised its second Alumni Meet CONFLUENCIA 2022 on December 24 on the school campus. The day began with the traditional lighting of the lamp followed by formal welcoming of the alumni. A cultural bonanza was presented on the occasion including energetic musical and dance performances. The alumni were felicitated with souvenirs by Principal Mr. Santosh Shukla. He shared light moments in his speech with the audience and wished luck to all the alumni for the bright future. All were taken down the memory lane through a beautiful presentation of candid moments from their school life. A sapling was planted to mark the occasion. Fun games and friendly matches were organised for the alumni.The blissful day culminated with a luncheon and fun and frolic.


Annual Winter Trip to Rajasthan

50 students hailing from Classes IX-XII accompanied by 3 escort teachers went on a 3-day winter trip to the Pink City – Jaipur and the Ranthambhore National Park. The overnight journey to Jaipur started off the late evening from Patiala on the 19th of December and the group reached Jaipur at around 8:00 am the next day.  Day #1 comprised sightseeing of the city – with visits to the majestic City Palace, “Hawa Mahal” and Jantar Mantar.  A shopping spree for the colourful traditional artefacts of Rajasthan from the local market followed this. Day #2 started with a detailed round of the iconic Amer Fort. Students enjoyed a puppet show, on the premises of the fort. The architecture of the fort was indeed mesmerising. Post-lunch, the students were taken to Ranthambhore. The students were super excited as they got ready for an early morning jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park, where they saw various kinds of animals like spotted deer, monkeys, alligators, and wild sambhars. After an adventurous safari, visits to the historic Ranthambhore Fort followed and the Craft Emporium were undertaken. The students enjoyed their bus ride back to Jaipur and thereon to Patiala.

Christmas 2022

Christmas celebrations were in full swing as the school marked the day with a special assembly by Class IV.
A dramatic entry by all the boys of Class IV Chandragupta dressed-up as Santas, their funny and cheerful dance made everyone laugh. The Christmas Carols and the dance performance by the girls were upbeat, with familiar and favourite Christmas melodies.
Students were super enthusiastic to spread the festive vibes on the eve of Christmas. The skit enacted conveyed the message for humanity followed by presentation on the birth of Jesus Christ by the students of Class I The assembly ended with wishes for the much awaited winter break



"Veer Baal Diwas" - Special Assembly

 A special assembly was conducted by Class IV Chanakya to pay tribute to the supreme sacrifices of the beloved "Chaar Sahibzade" who gave up their tender lives for mankind. The proceedings of the assembly began with a soulful shabad. An enactment depicting the unmatchable courage and bravery was also presented by children. School Principal Mr Santosh Shukla praised the valorous spirit of the young Sahibzaade and recounted the happenings before the supreme sacrifices of the Sahibzaade. He inspired everyone to respect and follow one's religion earnestly.


Its time for Christmas & New Year !!

The Spirit of Christmas and the Joy of the new year was spread with the colourful assembly by the chirpy students of class I on the 21st of December 2022.  This time of the year, with the festive vibes in the air,  is magical in its own way. The much-awaited assembly had students presenting an array of interesting programmes. The school echoed with Christmas carols and holy hymns as the Nativity Play was enacted by the children. A vibrant "Christmas Zumba" put everyone into dance mode. Principal Mr Santosh Shukla shared that Christmas was more than just Santa, cards, toys or gifts under the Christmas tree. It was a time to share and care for everyone in the family and beyond. He wished everyone a "Merry Christmas" and also conveyed his new year wishes. He thanked the students for having spread cheer and joy around the campus of DPS Patiala

Annual Winter Carnival

Delhi Public School Patiala organized the Annual Winter Carnival Bella Vista- The Mystic Fair in the most dapper and classy way on December 11, 2022, on the capacious school campus with pomp and show amidst all the glitterati. The School wore an imperial look with a red-carpet theme. It was a mega show with exciting fun rides and delightfully decorated shopping stalls. Since the event was high on style; The Bella Vista Baby Show stole all the attention. Ms Sunanda Sharma, the Miss India Earth finalist(2018-19) was the Chief Guest of the occasion, and Ms Pooja, a successful entrepreneur and National Business Women Excellence awardee (2018) was on the jury for the Talent Hunt and Fashion Walk Events. The carnival witnessed a huge gathering and was a mega success with around 100 stalls and counters. The event culminated with the announcement of the winners’ names in the Lucky Draw.

Saturday Visit to the Deer Park

An educational trip to Deer Park, Patiala, was organized for the students of classes IV & V on the 10th of December 2022, to connect students to nature and to expose the children to the world of amazing animals and birds. Children were excited to see a variety of animals and birds housed in the enclosures. 

The vast campus of the park allowed the students to observe the wide variety of flora and fauna. The excursion proved to be an outdoor classroom for the students as they were able to accommodate and assimilate knowledge.

 Punjabi Fest (Virasat-e-Punjab)

Delhi Public School Patiala organized Punjabi Fest (Virasat-e-Punjab) in collaboration with Patiala Sahodhya School Complex on November 26, 2022. Around 203 students from CBSE-affiliated Schools participated in the mega fest with zest and zeal. The fest was organized to celebrate the rich culture and heritage of Punjab and to provide a platform for budding artists to showcase their talents.  Different events were organized at four levels. Role Play at Level 1 for classes I-III, Punjabi Handwriting at Level 2 for classes IV-V, Punjabi Calligraphy Competition at Level 3 for classes VI-VIII, and Punjabi Folk Dance at level 4 for classes IX-XII. The event was presided over by Mr. Santosh Shukla, Principal of Delhi Public School Patiala. Harcharan Singh (former Registrar, Head Of the Deptt Punjabi, Multani Mal Modi College Patiala), Mrs. Nirlep Kaur (Superintendent), Sardar Manpreet Singh Natt (Bhangra Coach, Chitkara University), Mrs. Inderbeer Kaur (Deputy Registrar and Assist. Professor Computer Dept. Khalsa College Patiala) and Mr. Subhash Chandra (Assistant Professor, Fine Arts, Govt. College Patiala) were the guest of honor and judges at the gala event. The audience was mesmerized to witness the energetic performances. Results for the various events were announced and the winners were felicitated. Chief guest Mr. Santosh Shukla appreciated the efforts of all the participants and teachers and thanked all the guests for being part of the ceremony

ENT Checkup Camp

DPS Patiala organized an ENT checkup camp to diagnose and prescribe the treatment for the students suffering with diseases if ear, nose, and throat in collaboration with Dr. Harsimran Tuli from Simran ENT patiala. Around 100 students from KG1 to 10th consulted the doctor


Delhi Public School Patiala celebrated its 10th Annual Day ANANDOTSAV 2022 in a grand ceremony organized at the auditorium of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala on Sunday, 13th of November. An array of distinguished guests from all walks of life were presenton the occasion. Shri S.K. Aggarwal Principal Secretary & Sessions Judge (Retd.) President of the Consumer Commission, Patiala graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Mr. Aggarwal was felicitated by Mr. Ramesh Talwar, pro-vice chairman of DPS Patiala, and Mr. Santosh Shukla, Principal of DPS Patiala, followed by the traditional lamp-lighting ceremony.  The ANADOTSAV of DPS Patiala was a spellbinding, well-synchronized, and mesmerizing show based on the pious theme of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the glorious 75 years of India’s Independence, presented most articulately and artistically by the talented students of DPS Patiala. The glowing period of India’s Green and White Revolution, the New Education Policy, Unity in Diversity, Advancement in the fields of Entertainment, Space Technology: The Mangalyaan Mission, and brilliant achievements in the field of sports& Yoga, gratitude to our Bravehearts: A Salute to Indian Army were the performances that glued all the elated audience and proud parents to their seats all through the ceremony.  The school band played in the most melodious way, adding musical fervor to the celebration. The meritorious students were awarded at the Scholar Badge Ceremony. Mr. Ramesh Talwar, the pro-vice Chairman of DPS Patiala, in his address, thanked all the eminent guests for gracing the occasion and the parent fraternity and all stakeholders for their undying faith and support. He shared with the audience that DPS Patiala has been ranked the # 1 co-ed school in Patiala in the Annual Education World India School Ranking. The school is going to expand in terms of new infrastructure and the latest technologies in the field of education. The School proudly associates itself with Fit India, the AFS international program of India, and the IAYP, Cambridge Assessment English associated with the University of Cambridge, UK. Mr. Talwar appreciated the efforts of the staff, parents, and students under the worthy guidance of Principal Mr. Santosh Shukla for all the laurels brought to DPS Patiala. The Annual Report 2021-22 was read by Mr. Santosh Shukla. He shared the spectacular board results of classes X & XII, the State and District level achievements of DPS students in sports, various extracurricular activities, school celebrations, and mega events like the Winter Carnival, Alumni Meet, Investiture Ceremony, and the Graduation Ceremony held during the session 2021-22 along with excursions, Teachers’ Training Programs, and other capacity-building programs. Mr. Shukla assured that DPS Patiala will continue to provide holistic, value-oriented, and futuristic education to the people of the region with the same dedication and diligence. He congratulated the proud parents as they took back cherished memories of the well-presented performances of their children.

Kindergarten Enjoys Fun Races

The spirit of friendly competition came alive on the sprawling green grounds of DPS Patiala with the chirpy kindergartners participating in the fun races. In addition to participating enthusiastically in the event, the children also cheered their peers, boosting their morale. Many fun races were conducted like the 'Hurdle Race' for KG I, Cone Race & Banana Race for KG II. Winners were given away medals while each participant of the day was appreciated by the Principal Mr Santosh Shukla for exhibiting praiseworthy enthusiasm.

Diwali 2022 - The Special Assembly by Class 2

On the 19th of October, a colourful and enchanting assembly was presented by the charming students of Class II (Attainers and Achievers). The assembly began with the chanting of Gayatri Mantra followed by "Ganesha Aarti" giving the message of Diwali along with the invocation of  God’s blessings. A beautiful poem was rhythmically recited by the students for the most festive occasion of the year. Children dressed up as various characters from the "Ramayana" enacted the entire extract from the epic depicting Lord Rama's reunion and return to Ayodhya after vanquishing Ravana in a battle, through a wonderful musical skit. The students showcased the spirit of Diwali through a mesmerizing dance performance. The assembly concluded with words of appreciation and festive wishes by the Principal Mr Santosh Shukla. He inspired students to ensure to celebrate a clean, peaceful and bright Diwali. 

A Special Appreciation for a rapturous performance  

The students of Class II (Attainers and Achievers) were appreciated and applauded for the rapturous performance they gave in the special assembly on Diwali. Principal Mr Santosh Shukla visited the classes after the impressive assembly and met all the students. He praised the performance of the students and also congratulated the teachers for their excellent efforts in churning out the talents of the students. The students were overjoyed by the recognition received and promised to keep their enthusiasm and spirit high in all upcoming activities as well.

It's show time!

On the 13th of October 2022, our fashionable Kindergarteners participated in a peppy fashion walk. The little stars of DPS Patiala participated in the event that was based on the theme  "Our Heroes". Decked up as fairies, pirates, flying Sikh Milkha, Avni the Combat Pilot , Miss universe, Saina Nehwal , Neta ji Subhash Chandra Bose, Lakshmi Bai, Spiderman and many more heroes, children captivated the attention of the audience.
It was an experience that blended learning with fun and also increased the confidence of the students by allowing them to speak in front of their classmates.
It was indeed the creativity of the parents that proved their boundless imagination. 

2nd Edition of DPSP MUN held

DPS Patiala organized the second edition of DPSPMUN on 8-9 October. It was a two - day long event attended by 127 delegates and 8 EB members.  Day 1 started with the inaugural ceremony, the ceremonial lamp lighting and the introduction of the EB members. Dr. Gaganpreet Kaur, Assistant Professor, Rajiv Gandhi Law University, graced the occasion as he Chief Guest. Principal, Mr. Santosh Shukla, in his address emphasized the importance of such events in bringing out strong leadership qualities, positive mindsets and fair opinions in the youth. He wished an enriching learning experience for all. Day 1 & 2 observed the different committees debating on agendas like Ukraine- Russia Imbroglio, Strengthening Women’s Political Participation, Discussing the security in India due to religious extremism. All the delegates seemed to have researched well on their topics during the well-presented debates. 

The event culminated with the award ceremony, followed by a fun-filled get together of all the participants


The Cleanliness Warriors of Class III in action

A Cleanliness Drive activity was organized for the students of class III on 7th October 2022. Keeping the idea of Swach Bharat Abhiyan in mind students were told about the motive of the Swach Bharat Abhiyan. Students were told to bring a dusting cloth,  disposable gloves and a bag. They went out to clean the litter from the vicinity of the school campus. The enthusiastic warriors also cleaned their classrooms. All the students participated with full zeal. 

Visit to the Verka Park  

On the 30th of September, students of the Kindergarten wing went for a picnic in the green environs of the Verka Milk Plant for an outdoor learning trip. Students were told about the importance of drinking milk and choosing milk products over the more tempting junk food. Little ones also enjoyed the swings and had fun activities to enjoy the outings. The picnic coupled as an awareness initiative promoting good health and a fit body.


"Tell a Tale": The Story Telling Contest

Stories do not just develop children’s literacy; they convey values, beliefs, attitudes and social norms which, in turn, shape children’s perceptions of reality. A Storytelling competition was held on the 30th of September for the students of Classes I-II. The students performed spectacularly narrating their favourite stories using creative props, voice modulation and impressive expressions. The little storytellers were applauded for their wonderful presentations. The best performers were shortlisted for the excellence certificates. 

Remembering Gandhiji 

The Kindergarten section celebrated the theme "Truth and Non-violence" coinciding with the birth anniversary of Gandhiji.  A special assembly was conducted to commemorate the upcoming birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhiji. Through the various presentations, the teachers stressed the value of speaking the truth and shared the words so dear to Bapu - "See no Evil, Hear no Evil and Speak No Evil". The tiny tots presented lines on the simple and inspirational life of Mahatma Gandhi. The bulletin boards were decorated with quotes by Gandhiji. A choreography depicting Gandhiji's teachings was performed by the little angels of KG 1 Buds &Blooms

My Red Letter Day

To strengthen the verbal skills and to foster public speaking competency of the young minds of kindergarten, an extempore  “My Red Letter Day”  was organised on the 29th of September 2022. Little speakers talked about their letter/word of the day of their choice. It was an interesting and a wonderful experience for the teachers too. The activity gave children a chance of sharing their content with fellow classmates and teachers. The aim of the activity was to engage students through activity-based learning.

Counselling Session organised for Class X

A counselling session was being organized for std X on the 26th of September 2022 between 11.00 to 12.00 noon in the school's AV Hall in collaboration with Sri Chaitanya Institute, Chandigarh. The keynote speaker was Mr Satish Sharma, who has pioneered NTSE training in North India working with students, teachers and the state council for 15+ years. With a recognized track record across teaching, teacher training, and education consulting spanning 30 years, he has built a valuable partnership with every association in the field of education.
The Session covered the following aspects - 
 Awareness and importance of comparative exams
 Success-oriented career programs after Class X
 NTSE brief workshop on SAT(Scholastic Aptitude Test)  and MAT (Mental Aptitude Test)
 Awareness about North India's Biggest Talent hunt exam - SCORE
 Benefits of the SCORE EXAM

 Eat Healthy ! Live Healthy !

Children of KG1 were introduced to the EVS topic of  Healthy vs junk food through an enactment on 9th of September. The concept of a 'Balanced Diet’ was shared with them emphasizing what they must eat every day comprising of fruits, vegetables, cereals and nuts. Students understood that ‘Junk Food’ like chocolates, ice creams, and chips could turn out to be harmful if eaten often. They also learnt that food is necessary for their growth and for maintaining sound health. An extempore activity of ‘Healthy and Junk food’ was done by little ones of DPS Kindergarten wing where they shared a few lines about the benefits of healthy food with the help of appropriate props. 


“What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance".
Grandparents are the epitome of unconditional love, kindness, patience, humour, comfort and undoubtedly - all key lessons of life.
The kindergarten wing of DPS Patiala welcomed the grandparents on a bright, sunny day and the presence of the precious guests filled the ambiance of the school with oodles of blessings, happy faces, excitement and cheer. The chirpy little stars and the enthusiastic HRTs planned and presented a wonderful program filled with affection and reverence for the grandparents.
After the traditional welcome, the special guests were escorted to the AV Hall. The delighted children of Class 1 presented the welcome dance. Thereafter, the grandparents enjoyed a series of games like- "Fire in the mountain", "Blindfold Fun", "Loot Liya" , "Jumbled- bumbled" and other cultural events with a spirited participation.
Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla thanked the senior guests for joining the celebration and also shared his thoughts on the valuable role of the grandparents in holding the families together. The adorable grandparents of Trishika , Parth Singla, Naunihal (KG1 Buds), Ridhi (KG 2 Teddies) rocked the day by winning positions in the games. The beautiful event culminated with a super energetic dance party on the bollywood hits of yesteryears.

Champions Honoured in morning assembly

The champions of DPS Patiala who bagged a remarkable haul of medals in the district swimming tournaments were honoured by the Principal Mr Santosh Shukla. The following students were applauded for their excellent performance.
U-14 (Boys)
Akshit Kumar - Bronze Medallist in 400 mt Free Style 
Shaurya Vardan Goel - Bronze Medallist in 200 mt Breast Stroke
Pranav Goyal -  Bronze Medallist in 200 mt Free Style
U-14 (Girls)
Arshiya Arora - Silver Medallist in 200 mt Breast Stroke 
Anika - Bronze Medallist in 200 mt Breast Stroke, Bronze Medallist in 100 mt Breast Stroke
U-17 (Girls)
Amreen - Gold Medallist in 50 mt Breast Stroke, Silver Medallist in 100 mt Breast Stroke,  Bronze Medallist in 50 mt Free Style  
Afreen -   Gold Medallist in 100 mt Free Style, Gold Medallist in 100 mt Back Stroke,  Gold Medallist in 50 mt Back Stroke
U-19 (Girls)
Dibdrisht Kaur -   Bronze Medallist in 50 mt Free Style  
U-19 (Girls)
Manreet Kaur Gill - Selected for State Level Competition (800 mt Free Style, 200 mt Butterfly Stroke, 200 Back Stroke)
U-19 (Boys)
Sukhmanvir Singh Gill - Gold Medallist in 100 mt Free Style,  Gold Medallist in 50 mt Free Style,  Gold Medallist in 50 mt Back Stroke
Also, Onkarpreet Singh bagged a Gold Medal in 10 m Rifle Shooting, and a Gold Medal in 10 mt Pistol Shooting along with a Silver Medal in 18 mt Crossbow Shooting at the District Level. It was a proud moment to honour Onkarpreet for his Bronze Medal in 12 mt Crossbow Shooting at the National Level. 

Detail summary of Zonal Games at Govt. Sen. Sec. Multipurpose School, Patiala.

It gives me immense pleasure to announce that under the dynamic leadership and guidance of our Principal Sir, our students have given remarkable and outstanding performance in these Zonal Games.
Total of 208 students participated in various games out of which 48 made hit to the District level. The Highest number of District positions so far.
There are around 70 schools (Private & Govt.) in our Zone
In Badminton we are ZONE CHAMPIONS in Under 14 Girls category and 4 students got selected for District level
In CHESS we are ZONE CHAMPIONS in under 17 Boys category and
5 students got selected for District level
In Martial Art 10 students got selected for District level
In Skating 1 student got selected for District level
In cricket we have won from Scholar field school and 2 students got selected for District level camp.
In Lawn Tennis 3 students got selected for District level
In Basketball we stood 3rd in Boys U-14 category
We got third position in girls U-17 category
Total 5 students got selected for District level
In Football we have won first match ever and our 2 Students got selected for District level
In Swimming 11 students participated at District level and performed well.
In Archery our 3 students participated at District level
In Table Tennis our 2 students got selected for District level
We also participated and performed well in YOGA for the first time.
That was the detailed summary of these Zonal Games.
We wish to continue performing in high spirits and hopefully will win more laurels to the school in next zonal games as well.

Let us Celebrate Krishna's Birthday!

Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with pomp and festivity by the tiny tots of the pre-primary section at DPS Patiala.  Dressed as Radhas and Krishnas, the little wonders danced to the beat of Janmashtami songs, filling the air with joy and festive spirit. The assembly presentations depicted the varied phases of life from birth to manhood giving an insight into Krishna's world of splendour, colour, myth and legend. Children enjoyed presenting the entire choreography that communicated the message that "Every moment of life is worth a Celebration and the more you praise and celebrate life, the more there is in life to celebrate". The audience of this special assembly was trapped in rapt attention mesmerised by the story of Lord Krishna.



A restaurant field trip can awaken the desire in a child to try new foods, pursue a previously unconsidered option, or may be spark a new interest or passion in cooking. We, at DPS Patiala, believe that field visits not only provide alternative educational opportunities for children, but they also benefit by learning to absorb new experiences with their peers.
Kids love pizza and burgers and once in a while, it is good to treat them with their favourite food. So, we took our Kindergartners to Canadian Pizza and Pizza Hut, popular Pizza outlets of the city.
Kids were taken to the busy kitchen to watch the step-by-step preparation of their favourite delicacy and later enjoyed their tempting pizzas full of veggies.
It was fun to see the little ones make a count of all the varieties - small, large, circle, square, thin crust, thick crust, stuffed crust, extra toppings.

Celebrating the Sibling Bond - "Rakshabandhan" 

The much-awaited festival of Rakhshabandhan was celebrated with a special assembly amongst other colourful activities planned for the day. The special assembly focused on the significance and the traditions involved in the festivities. Kindergartners were happy to try their hand at making "rakhis" with the help of their teachers. Their artisanship was fascinating and children thoroughly enjoyed this activity that tickled their creative side. 

Celebrating the Sibling Bond !

On 11th August, a special assembly by was presented by Class IV Chandergupta with the festive theme of ‘Rakhshabandhan -A Bond of Love and Protection’. The assembly commenced with an emotional poem rendered by the students. It was based on the need to arouse the feeling of respect and protection for girls irrespective of whether they are sharing a filial bond or not. Thereafter, 4 different scenes with wonderful songs depicted the how the festivities were in the bygone years and how things had changed in this fast digital world. The energy of the performance was contagious which left the audience asking for more. Little girls tied Rakhi on the wrist of the Principal Mr Santosh Shukla. Festive wishes were conveyed to all present.

Show and Tell Activity on "Nature" 

Nature has been an inspiration for numerous poets, writers, artists, and we wanted our children to be inspired by this precious gift from the supreme power. To enhance the appreciation and gratitude towards nature, the Kindergarten wing organised a "Show and Tell" activity for the students on the 29th of August 2022.
The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal in the activity and shared their bundles of ideas and thoughts. The oratory activity also gave them a platform to exhibit their confidence along with their prowess in language skills.

Special Assembly marks the 76th Independence Day Celebrations

With strong patriotic spirits, the students of IV Chanakya presented their class assembly to celebrate India's freedom on the 76th Independence Day of India. Children staged presentations depicting the spirit of freedom, courage and sacrifices made by countless men and women in the past. The students looked back at the hardships of our freedom fighters and  their undying determination to put the nation on the path of glorious progress and development.The programme included the diverse participation of the students in songs, poems and a patriotic choreography. A very motivating and highly energetic speech by Principal Mr Santosh Shukla as he voiced a strong support to Nation’s progress and preparedness for the future challenges as a country, culminated the colourful assembly.

 Celebrating the Nation's Independence!

Students of Kindergarten presented a special assembly to commemorate the 76th Independence Day of the nation. Children spoke about the national symbols of the country and also shared trivia about the country's flag. The tricolour was hoisted and children sang the national anthem with pride. 
Teachers organised several activities to induce the spirit of patriotism in the little hearts. 

Science Exhibition @ DPS Patiala

Inspired, encouraged and motivated budding scientists of Delhi Public School Patiala demonstrated different live experiments with great enthusiasm and excitement during the Science Exhibition organised on the 30th of July 2022. The experiments included Magic with lemon, fake blood, Hydroponics, Hydraulic Bridge and many more. The preparation and presentation of the models and various scientific concepts broadened the knowledge of the students. A wonderful vertical garden set-up by the students using recycled articles as plant holders and propagated plants garnered appreciation. The Principal Mr Santosh Shukla and parents applauded the innovative efforts and the confident presentation of students.


 Blood Donation Camp held

DPS Patiala organized a Mega voluntary Blood Donation Camp at the School Campus on Saturday, July 30, 2022, from 9 am to 12 pm, with the noble motto "Let’s Create Blood Relations".The Camp was organized , in collaboration with Blood Bank, Govt. Rajindra Hospital, Patiala, to contribute to society and to generate awareness that our little share of blood may give many years of life to someone. The staff, students, and parents of the School wholeheartedly participated in the Camp. Around 50 donors contributed to this virtuous drive and donated blood. The School has made adequate arrangements such as beds, sanitization, refreshments for the donors, etc., under the able care of the School Doctor. DSP Excise & Taxation Mr. H S Badungar was the Chief Guest and Mr. Nahar ex DSP was the Guest of Honour on the occasion. Other dignitaries included Mr. Kaka Ram Verma of the First Aid Safety Mission. All the guests congratulated the team for the efforts. The blood units raised in this drive would be used for saving the lives of the injured and the sick. Parents and volunteers braved the heavy rains to be a part of the event.

Laurels from Sahodaya Art Fest

6 students of Delhi Public School Patiala represented the school in the Inter School Art Fest organised by the Patiala Sahodaya School Complex. The colorful event was hosted by the Dayanand Public Senior Secondary School, Nabha, on the 30th of July 2022.
Shaurya Vardhan Goel of Class VIII stood 3rd in the "Quilling Art" event, while Tanvi of Class X stood 3rd in the "Mandala Art" event !



Team DPS shines at Sahodaya English Fest !

16 students from DPS Patiala participated in the Inter School English Fest organised by Patiala Sahodaya School Complex. The event was hosted by Bhupindra International Public School, Patiala.

Rehmat Sandhu and Inayat of Class III - received a Special Mention and appreciation for their performance in the poem recitation event.

10 students from Classes V-VIII - Vinita Bimbra, Ameekjot Singh, Naman,Reet,Lavanya, Pranav, Jupsidak, Archita Sharma, Kushad & Divya brought laurels to the school by winning the 1st position with their exemplary presentation of the playlet.

In the declamation event - Vibha Pathak of Class IX bagged the 2nd place while Saksham Goyal of Class XI won a consolation prize in the debate event.


DPS Patiala Chess Champs bring glory !!

D.A.V Centenary Public School, Nabha, hosted the Patiala Sahodya Chess Tournament on 29th July 2022. Uday Pratap Bawa of Class XI stood 1st in the under 19 category, while Saksham Goyal of Class XI stood 3rd in the same category.


Olympiad Achievers honoured 



Tangy Treat for the Kindergartners

On 25th July, the Kindergarteners rejoiced with the summer activity planned for them. To beat the heat in the peak of the sun-scorched summer, prepare a tangy, chilled and energising drink using a flavoured concentrate. The excited kids added ice cubes and water to their glasses. The activity gave the students a hands-on learning experience and a sense of satisfaction as they relished the self-prepared tangy concoction. Students were repeatedly reminded to make the summer drink for their parents and grandparents too!


Friendship Day Toy Giveaway!

Our little kindergartners students experienced that giving the gift of love was the most significant way to find happiness and contentment. The children were happy to meet new friends at the local government primary school on the occasion of  Friendship Day. Our students carried their toys to give them away to their counterparts. This initiative was planned for kids to understand it was most important to reach out and give away to those in need. Smiles and giggles spread out in the entire venue.

Kindergarteners Visit the Aviary 

At DPS Patiala the tiny tots are often exposed to a variety of activities and field trips, in order to enhance their hands-on learning experience.  With the objective of sensitizing students about the various species of birds, students of the Kindergarten wing were taken for a field trip to the Aviary located in the heart of the dense green Baradari Gardens on 22 July 2022. Children walked along the green paths and observed the different species of birds like Peacocks Peahens, Mynas, Pigeons, Ostriches, and Quails in the enclosures made for them. They also observed the food and water arrangements for the birds. The lush green campus of the Aviary with tall mature trees and serene surroundings made it a beautiful nature trip.

Monsoon Plantation Activity 

Monsoon is in full swing and so July is the perfect time for young learners to learn about seeds and saplings. Students of Classes I-III were involved in multifarious activities to learn about the process of plant growth and also learn the importance of planting new plants in the rainy season. Seed activities included sowing seeds in seedling trays and in small containers.  Students were happy to learn about different kinds of seeds through hands-on exploration. Each section of the involved classes also planted a sapling of Plumeria in the campus along with their HRTs. A video on the germination process was also shown to the students to make the concept clearer.   



DPS Patiala Campus goes Greener !! 

“The key to a greener planet is in our hands" - and so our little hands from kindergarten planted the saplings of the flowering plant - "Plumeria" on the 15th of July 2022. The main aim of this activity was to direct students’ minds to constructive activities with positive outcomes through the facilitation of contributing to society and to the ecosystem around. The students excitedly participated in the drive and helped each other plant the saplings. All the saplings were planted in the school ground by students under the guidance of the school gardener, who gave plant care tips to the students. They were told to wait for the plant to grow and bloom 

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