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Music, art contest at DPS, Noida

Delhi Public School, Noida organized Music, Dance and Art Competitions, ‘Jhankar’ at the Junior Level and ‘Rhythms’ at the middle and senior Level.

india Updated: Jul 04, 2010 23:19 IST
Hindustan Times

Delhi Public School, Noida organized Music, Dance and Art Competitions, ‘Jhankar’ at the Junior Level and ‘Rhythms’ at the middle and senior Level. ‘Jhankar’ featured 600 participants who showcased their talents in nine categories of creative performances such as Mask making, Rangoli, Collage, Best out of waste, Group songs and Folk dances etc ‘Rhythms’ saw 400 students enliven the stage with creative choreography, folk dances, songs from popular albums and patriotic songs. Ashok Chandra, Chairman, DPSS graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Lt Gen. J S Bawa, Chairman, DPSN and Prof B P Khandelwal, Member DPSS also enjoyed the events tremendously. Principal, Kamini Bhasin expressed pleasure over both the standards of performance posted.

The University of Malta together with the high commission of Malta in India organised an educational visit led by Megha Srivastava, officer of the University of Malta based in New Delhi. The delegation comprised of heads of different schools including Loreto Convent School, Delhi Cantt. that was represented by Principal, Agnes Davies, Senior Coordinator, Ms. Ranjan and Social Science Faculty, Ms. Andrews. The visit comprised of interaction with Deans of different department of the University of Malta and Ministry of Education. Ms. Davis, shared her views on the Indian Education System and how new opportunities should be explored for the students who are interested to study at the University of Malta.

Bal Bharati Public School, Dwarka has been accredited with the International School Award 2010-13 instituted by the British Council. The assessment was conducted at the National Level in which over a hundred schools participated. Chairman and President Child Education Society, K. K. Khullar congratulated the Principal, Suruchi Gandhi and the staff for their exemplary achievement. The Principal as well as ISA coordinator will be felicitated at the National Awards Ceremony.

Ryan International School, Mayur Vihar won an ‘Honorable Mention Award’ in ‘Doors to Diplomacy 2010’. A team of four students and two teacher guides were awarded with this award for their web project titled ‘Demystifying Nuclear Technology’. Under the able guidance of Principal, Sandhya Sabu, the team teacher guides, Kanchan Chathli and Shweta Maheshwari and students Sanchit Saini, Shantam D. Mogali, Amanpreet Walia and Apoorva Maheshwari were successful in their endeavor. A door to Diplomacy is a competition linking kids around the world conducted by the US State Department and Global Schoolnet.