DPS Bangalore South School

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Monday, 29 June 2015 07:54

Health Updates

Dear Parents,

We wish all the parents and children of our school, a very Healthy and Happy New Academic year.

It has been our pleasure and a constant endeavor, to take care of our children here in school, through our Infirmary (The School Hospital ).We have been providing our services  based on the medical information given by the children to us or their parents through the Almanac.  We keep records of special health issues of children in the Infirmary, year after year, as the child goes on to the next classes.

  •  Campus inspection is done regularly to see that there is no stagnant water or debris left anywhere, in and around the campus.
  •  Drains around the campus have been covered.
  •  Garbage disposal also has been taken care, to have no breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
Friday, 26 June 2015 09:44

Investiture ceremony

Delhi Public School, Bangalore South celebrated its 12th Investiture ceremony on 25th July ,2015. On this solemn occasion, the school appointees were presented with the school flag and badges. The ceremony was graced by the presence of Shri. Rahman Khan, Honorable Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha and Pro Vice-Chairman,DPS Bangalore/Mysore, Mr. Maqsood Ali Khan, Secretary and Member Board of Management, DPS Bangalore/Mysore, Mr. Atheeq Anwar, Chief Administrator Officer,DPS Bangalore and Mrs. Tasbia Khan, Member Board of Management.

Monday, 08 June 2015 08:34

A LITTLE BIT OF SELF CARE !!

NUTRITION : –health and well-being are not things merely to be regained when lost, but rather gifts to be maintained with all our power, on a regular and consistent basis.The best way to remember what we may eat for better health is to remember the nutrients,in general, with the colour of the food we eat.

Friday, 05 June 2015 04:35

June 2015 Newsletter

From the Principal’s Desk

Only as high as I reach, can I grow

Only as far as I seek, can I go

Only as deep as I look, can I see

Only as much as I dream, can I be…

Childhood is a special time of learning, exploration and growth.  Children need to be provided time to explore their world and experience the joy of discovery. At DPS Bangalore South, it is our endeavour to provide time for our children to be children.  As children grow and learn, they find joy and satisfaction in working closely with their families toward a common goal.  We strive to provide world class education that shapes the child with a disposition that will make him or her step out into the world with confidence. We sincerely believe that this is possible only through a close bond between home and school.  The close partnership between home and school is one of the exceptional strengths at Delhi Public School, Bangalore South.

The school respectfully nurtures and engages each student in realistic, meaningful, and concerted learning.   Through emphasis on the development and education of all children as individuals, we guide them in how to understand the world from their own perspective and develop the desire to keep on learning throughout their lives.

Over the years our students have repeatedly demonstrated that they are a class apart in all that they do! We have consistently produced excellent results in the All India Senior Secondary School Examination over the years. The students have once again brought laurels to the institution and done their teachers and parents proud. Months of rigorous planning and methodical study bore fruition when the results were declared on 25th May, 2015. Out of the 145 students who appeared in the exam 142 achieved a distinction and 79 scored above 90%.Ujjwal Pasupulety, the topper of the science stream scored 96.8%. Kunal Singhania, of the commerce stream topped with 96.8%. Sanaa Alvira, the topper from the humanities stream scored 96.4%, attaining a centum in History.

The excellent grades and CGPA scores reflected in the Class X Examination are a testimony to the focused, determined endeavour of our students to constantly better themselves. Of the 370 students who appeared in the examination this year, 96 students secured the perfect CGPA of 10 while 216 students secured a CGPA between 9 and 10.

We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours!!!

The school firmly believes that instilling discipline in the students is vital for the development of the child. Without discipline, children lack the tools necessary to navigate relationships and challenges in life such as self-discipline, respect for others, and the ability to cooperate with peers. The goal of effective discipline is to foster acceptable and suitable behaviour in the child and to raise emotionally mature adults. Keeping that in mind the school has formulated a set of rules that are detailed in the almanac and need to be strictly adhered to by the students.

We aim to make learning a gratifying experience wherein the body, mind and spirit is nurtured with great care and love. We therefore seek the support of the parents in our endeavours to bring out the best in each child. I believe that together we can make a difference in developing their innermost qualities of creativity, magnanimity, self-confidence and tolerance so that they become integrated citizens of the world.

So let me wish you all the very best of luck as you embark on a new journey this academic year.

Manju Sharma

 

Principal

Harsh Kumar of Delhi Public School (South), Bangalore was selected as a student observer for his outstanding achievement in the Intel IRIS (Intel Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science) fair which was held in the month of December 2014 at Science City, Ahmedabad. He being a student of class 8 has shown excellence in the field of scientific innovation by way of designing a device which uses the micro generation technology of using wind power to charge a mobile phone.

Harsh Kumar of Delhi Public School (South), Bangalore was selected as a student observer for his outstanding achievement in the Intel IRIS (Intel Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science) fair which was held in the month of December 2014 at Science City, Ahmedabad. He being a student of class 8 has shown excellence in the field of scientific innovation by way of designing a device which uses the micro generation technology of using wind power to charge a mobile phone.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 08:59

South Asia Pasch Youth Camp

Report of the South Asia PASCH Youth Camp for German Learners 2015

Organized by: DPS Society in association with Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan

Host School: DPS Bangalore South, Karnataka, India.

Dates: Sunday, 24 May, 2015 to Saturday, 30 May, 2015

 

Venue – Eagle Ridge Resort, Bangalore

Number of participating countries – 7

Number of participating schools – 21

Number of outstation students – 61

Number of participant outstation teachers – 14

MMB representatives 3 – Mr. Olav Schroer, Mr. Julian Frombgen and Ms Palek Sharma (MMB Bangalore)

Number of German learning students from DPS Bangalore South – 7

Number of German teachers from DPS Bangalore South – 4

Number of students from DPS Bangalore East – 3

Number of German teachers from DPS Bangalore East – 2

Visiting faculty from DPS Bangalore South for workshops like art and yoga – 5

Nurses deployed by DPS Bangalore South in resort with nursing facilities - 2

 

Sunday, 24 May, 2015

Countries started arriving to Bangalore on Sunday, 24 May, 2015 from 2.15 am; beginning with Sri Lanka,

Arrival Bengaluru (24.05.15)    

Sri Lanka                          02:15                   

Panipat (Train)                  06:40

Iran                                 09:05   

New Delhi                         10:50

Pakistan                            10:50   

Mumbai                            11:40

Raipur                              11:45

Lucknow                           15:00   

Nepal                                17:00                   

Afghanistan                       19:15                   

Bangladesh                        19:40

 

Before the arrival of delegates, room allocation was done so that girls and boys could be accommodated in separate clusters of cottages with a small group of teachers close to each cluster. This made it convenient for teachers to supervise students staying close to their cottage.

Once check-in was over, delegates had their breakfast and lunch. Since Sri Lanka and Panipat arrived early in the morning, they had breakfast and lunch. Delegates from Iran, New Delhi, Pakistan, Mumbai and Raipur had lunch and then rooms were allotted to them. Lucknow, Nepal and Bangladesh had evening refreshments and then checked into their rooms. Afghanistan had missed their flight in Kabul and hence landed after 12 midnight. Care was taken to fetch them from the airport and make them comfortable in the resort.

Registration was done and camp materials were distributed to the students. Many games were organized so that participants could get to know each other and camp rules were shared with everyone.   The entire delegation was eagerly looking forward to the week of learning German and fun-filled activities.  

E invites were sent to all the principals of DPS Schools from the desk of Ms. Manju Sharma, Principal DPS Bangalore South for the inauguration. Venue for the inauguration was decorated on 24th night. Students and teachers from different countries were requested to prepare a short speech on their aspirations and expectations they had from the South Asia Youth Camp, 2015.

Click here to get full report 

Monday, 01 June 2015 06:42

RASHTRAPATHI AWARD FOR SCOUTS

Siddharth Athreyas, Srujan. K and Tanmai Gowda have been awarded the prestigious ‘RASHTRAPATI AWARD’, which is the highest award for scouting in India.

Siddharth-Athrey-RASHTRAPATI-AWARD winner for scouts

Siddharth Athrey

 

Srujan K- Rashtrapati Award winner for scouts

Srujan K

 

Tanmai Gowda - Rashtrapati award winner for scouts

Tanmay Gowda

They were judged on the Community Developmental and Service oriented activities such as Adult Literacy Campaign and Road Safety Projects performed over a period of one year. They were tested on their capabilities in various scouting subjects such as first aid, camping, pioneering, estimation, hiking, cooking and proficiency subjects during the testing camp held at Kondajji Basappa State Training Center, Davangere from May 5 – May 10, 2015.

Kudos for this wonderful achievement!!

 

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