DPS Bangalore South School

Education of Excellence

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Shailaja

Pass Percentage   100 %
Total no. of students : 370

Number of Students with CGPA 10   :-   96

CGPA COUNT

CGPA

9.0-10

8.0-8.9

7.0 – 7.9

6.0 – 6.9

No. of Students

216

101

48

05

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS FOR THE BRILLIANT RESULT!

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 09:56

EXEMPLARY RESULTS IN AISSCE 2015

It has been another milestone in the history of DPS Bangalore South wherein students of Std. XII have achieved outstanding results in the AISSCE 2015. Months of rigorous planning and methodical study bore fruition when the results were declared on 25th May, 2015.

Total No. of students appeared – 145

 

TOTAL NO. OF DISTINCTIONS               : 142

                                     Above 90%               :  79

                                     75% - 89%                :  63

                                     70% - 74%                :  03

                                     Below 70%               :  Nil

 

 

School Average:  89.75 %

Science Stream: 89.13%       Commerce Stream: 89.72 %         Humanities Stream: 90.4%

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE TOPPERS – AISSCE 2015

 

RANK

STUDENT NAME

TOTAL MARKS

PERCENTAGE

1

UJJWAL PASUPULETY

484

96.8

2

ADITYA PESHIN

483

96.6

3

NITHIN LAKSHMISHA

481

96.2

 

 

COMMERCE TOPPERS – AISSCE 2015

RANK

STUDENT NAME

TOTAL MARKS

PERCENTAGE

1

KUNAL SINGHANIA

484

96.8

2

VIJETA LAGUDUVA

482

96.4

3

SAMRIDHI AGARWAL

481

96.2

 

HUMANITIES TOPPERS – AISSCE 2015

 

RANK

STUDENT NAME

TOTAL MARKS

PERCENTAGE

1

SANAA ALVIRA

482

96.4

2

SITARA IVA HERUR HALBERT

474

94.8

3

PREM KEERTHI S

464

92.8

 

Department of Health and Wellness, consisting of Special Educators and counselors conducted a session for parents of classes 6,7 and 8th on Academic Guidance for children with Learning Difficulties.

Session was conducted keeping in mind the necessity of smooth transition for children with different learning difficulties in the higher grades. The parents were given inputs towards creating awareness about the different accommodations that the school and the CBSE is offering for children with formal assessment. Various issues were discussed and the school will provide guidance and support to facilitate the same throughout the academic session.

Feedback was collected and the session ended on a positive note.

We thank all the parents who could make it for the session and looking forward to many more such meetings with parents.

  

Department Of Special Education  

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 07:05

Influenza A- Swine Flu

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MALAVIKA AND SWARNA CREATE RIPPLES

 AT 35th NATIONAL GAMES 2015, KERALA

 

Malavika V of Std. XI represented Karnataka in the Swimming Events at the 2015 National Games held at Thiruvananthapuram.

The swimming events were held from Feb 1 -7 2015 at the International Swimming Centre in Pirappancode about 30Km away from the city. It was great experience for Malavika to compete at the highest level in Indian sports along with some of the big names in Indian swimming like Richa Mishra, Veerdhawal Khade Sandeep Sejwal and Aaron DSouza.

The events in which she won the medals are 

  • 200M Freestyle  BRONZE

  • 400M Freestyle  SILVER

  • 800M Freestyle  SILVER

  • 4x100M Freestyle Relay SILVER

  • 4x100M Medley Relay SILVER

  • 4x200M Freestyle Relay SILVER

 

Swarna Rachna Ajjampur also represented Karnataka in the Water Polo event in the National Games held at Thiruvanthapuram. She won a Bronze Medal in the event competing at the highest level with well-known names in water polo. 

Click here for full report

 

Wednesday, 04 February 2015 04:57

Awareness Programme On Learning Differences

In keepingwith the DPS policy of a holistic approach the special educational team took the initiative to organise an awareness program on learning differences for the parent, titled why some children face certain difficulties learning in a conventional class room.

 The team consisting of Mrs. Arundati.M, Mrs.Sunita.B, Mrs.Rekha.B.R,    Mrs. Mamta.K and Mrs.Meenakshi.V  spoke about what causes learning differences, different types of remediation given at various stages, how a remedial room functions and how different remediation programs work for each child. Problems like reading and writing faced by these children were dealt in detail where the special educators give pointers on how to identify the problem areas. The parents were also given handouts on how they could help their child at home in a similar way. The workshop was well received by the parents as it was for the first time the issue of learning differences was formally addressed and the parents expressed their need for similar programs in the future. The program also stressed on accepting the child and his difficulties and working as a team to address his or her issues.   

 

Saturday, 31 January 2015 05:27

Ganit Utsav

Mathematics, as an expression of the human mind, reflects the active will, the contemplative reason, and the desire for aesthetic perfection. Its basic elements are logic and intuition, analysis and construction, generality and individuality.” – Richard Courant

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Friday, 30 January 2015 06:50

Microbiology E-Journal by 7H

Good  microbes and Bad microbes

Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, either unicellular (single cell), multicellular (cell colony), or acellular (lacking cells). Microbiology encompasses numerous sub-disciplines including virology, mycology, parasitology, and bacteriology.

Good Microbes

Good bacteria in your gut, probiotics like GI Jake, help digest your food and fight invading microbes. Good bacteria are used in making some of the dairy products you like to eat and also some types of medicines! Bacteria are some of the best decomposers they break down dead and decaying organic matter, from leaves to insects.

Bad microbes

Bad bacteria like Pat O’Gen make you sick, while other bad bacteria spoil your food and water, making it unsafe. Bacteria can make copies of themselves very quickly so just one bad bacterium can make you sick or spoil your food.

Click here for full report

Friday, 30 January 2015 05:55

Let's Introspect- E Journal by 8H

Through this e journal, we aim at focusing on a vital fact, often ignored. We fight for our rights without giving equal importance to our duties towards the society, we are a part of. These are two ends of the same side, inseparable, just like our pairs of limbs, eyes or ears; the absence of even one among the air, results in a handicap. So, let us get rid of some major handicaps, our society suffers from.......

Click here for full report in PDF

Friday, 30 January 2015 05:52

Good Citizenship E-journal by 8E

 

One important aspect for being a good citizen is to help people. When talking about the people that need our help we are not only talking about the our help, we are not only talking about the poor ones, but also a pregnant woman who cannot carry a heavy package or an old man who cannot cross the street. Remember that little actions make the Remember that little actions make the difference.

E Journal by 8E

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