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Friday, 30 January 2015 05:34

Cleanliness E-Journal by 8F


Keep yourself clean. Wash yourself regularly.

Trim and polish. Brush your teeth daily. Keep your nails dirt-free and trimmed.

Shower daily. This is the best way to get rid of any dirt, sweat, and/or germs that your body may have accumulated throughout the day, and prevents hygiene-related diseases.

 Join other volunteer groups.


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Friday, 23 January 2015 08:55


Delhi Public School Bangalore, South celebrated its Graduation day on 22-01-2015. It was an evening of fun, remembrance and nostalgia as the graduating students celebrated the joy of school life, fondly remembering the various incidents that shaped them and made school life a journey to cherish.

The programme started with the Lighting of the Ceremonial Lamp by the esteemed dignitaries.Mr Maqsood Ali Khan  and Mr Mansoor Ali Khan, members Board of Management, Delhi Public School Bangalore and Mysore graced the occasion. The Principal,Mrs Manju Sharma in her welcome address urged the students to help and serve others and reminded them that honesty and integrity are the most valuable assets of an individual.

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Friday, 23 January 2015 06:15

List of EXTERNAL Candidates for Class XI

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the following candidates have been shortlisted for admission to Std. XI for the academic year 2015 – 2016 based on Entrance test result which was held on 17th January 2015. Admission is provisional and will be confirmed on submission of the AISSE- 2015 mark list.

Parents/Guardians are requested to meet Principal to complete admission procedure, according to the schedule given below:

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Tuesday, 20 January 2015 08:14


Road Safety Week was organised from 11th to 17th January,2015. Poster competitions were held, the RTO and Police personnel from Subramanya Police station briefed the School bus drivers about rules and regulations regarding road safety.A seminar was organised in collaboration with Magnum Honda for classes 3 to 8. 

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The British Council invited applications from teachers for a unique professional development opportunity in Connecting Classrooms, under its Continuing Professional Development strand offering Global Teacher Accreditation, an action research based project that enabled teachers and teacher trainers to reflect upon their own practices by creating a critical lens, through which they could interrogate their learning. The project enabled participants to develop skills to undertake a small piece of work-based research. The objective was to provide high quality in-service professional training to school teachers and teacher trainers to develop institution-based action research that would enable the participants to enrich learning by enhancing their pedagogical skills and knowledge. It also aimed at fostering an increased understanding of the relevance and/or impact of a global education within the context of the participants’ individual institutions.Vanee

Two teachers from DPS Bangalore South, Anitha Bijesh, Senior Mistress, Middle School and Vanee Gopalan, Coordinator for International projects, were awarded the GTA Accreditation for their projects. Anitha Bijesh executed a project on evaluating the ‘Implementation of an innovative and multi – dimensional approach in English Language Teaching’ towards facilitating whole class participation in class 7 where as Vanee Gopalan pursued an action research plan on the usage of visual aids as a differentiated tool to enhance language learning in 5 year old children.

Friday, 16 January 2015 05:37


The Principal, Mrs. Manju Sharma was a delegate of the PASCH Initiative programme organized by the Goethe-Institut. The educational initiative was proffered to select Heads of varied prestigious institutions in an endeavour to create awareness about the edifying opportunities for Indian students in Germany. A confluence of eminent resource persons probed the possibilities of exploring Intercultural education at the school level and the procedures for students to pursue higher education courses in Germany. The delegation visited universities in Bonn, Dusseldorf, Cologne and Munich.

The delegation was briefed about the German School System by Ms. Katja Rohl, Programme Officer, Schools – Partners for the Future Initiative at the Padagogischer Austauschdienst [PAD] in Bonn. A presentation on the vocational – technical education programme in German schools was organized by Ms. Silvia Rigoll, Principal catholic Saint Hedwig School followed by a presentation on ‘Make it in Germany’ at the Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie [Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy].

A visit to the Europaschule Köln [European Secondary School in Cologne] revealed the common aspects shared by the schools in Germany and India. The delegation had a discussion with the Executive Director of Aachen University of Applied Sciences to explore the opportunities available for Indian students. An interaction with two Indian students studying at the university provided valuable insights.


Numerous discussions on Bavarian School system and the specifications and challenges of teaching foreign languages in schools were highlighted during the visit to the Bavarian State Ministry of Education and Culture, Science and Arts. Classroom proceedings were observed at St. Anna Gymnasium, Munich after a warm welcome and discussion with Ms. Angelika Laumer, Principal. The visit to Ludwig – Maximilian University of Munich provided clarity on the university’s international network study requirements and opportunities for foreigners, in particular for graduates of PASCH schools. The Max Planck Institut für Astrophysik exposed the delegation to the current research focuses in Astrophysics.

The wrap – up meeting with Ms. Lena Schwerdtner, Project Manager, PASCH projects in Southeast Asia, and Ms. Anne Knapp, Facilitator and Consultant at Goethe Institut, Munich provided the delegates an opportunity to exchange impressions and experiences of the trip. The programme opened new vistas of learning to the teacher community and concluded on the emphasis to establish a strong partnership between India and Germany.

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BANGALORE SOUTH was awarded the INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD [ISA] consecutively for the second time. The concerted efforts of the team of teachers and students bore fruition when the projects were widely appreciated by the panel that comprised of eminent educators. The ISA enabled the school to form a partnership with schools overseas thereby encouraging children to develop them as global citizens. The project has facilitated the exposure to other countries and their individual cultures. The award has provided an internationally recognised accreditation for your school’s international work and has enhanced teaching standards through sharing best practice from other countries.

Saturday, 06 December 2014 04:57

E-Journal by 6 G

What is drawing?

Drawing is the art of making a picture or a diagram made with a pencil, pen , crayons and paint. Drawings can show a lot of feelings and emotions. It helps in understanding the painter.

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  1. A dog has the same ecological footprint as two Toyota Land Cruisers; a cat the same environmental effect as a Volkswagen Golf; two hamsters the same as a plasma TV.
  2. In 1251, Henry III was given a polar bear by the king of Norway. He kept it in the Tower of London, on a long chain so that it could swim in the Thames.
  3. About 65 billion neutrinos will pass through your fingernail in a second
  4. If you drilled a tunnel straight through the Earth and jumped in, it would take you exactly 42 minutes and 12 seconds to get to the other side.

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Monday, 01 December 2014 05:50


The Annual Sports Meet of DPS Bangalore South, held on November 28, 2014, was a confluence of great sporting talent and creativity. The chief Guest on the occasion, Dr. Malathi Krishna Murthy Holla, declared the meet open. The grand inaugural ceremony was graced by the presence of Shri. K. Rahman Khan, Pro – Vice Chairman, DPS Bangalore, Mysore, Mr. Maqsood Ali Khan, Secretary, KKECT and Member, Board of Management, DPS Bangalore, Mr. Mansoor Ali Khan, Treasurer, KKECT and the Principal, Ms. Manju Sharma. The hoisting of the school flag was followed by the ceremonial parade by the houses that exhibited discipline and dedicated practice of the students.Mukul Mahindra, the Sports Captain, administered the solemn oath to the house captains and the participants.The sports torch which epitomizes the fervour and the soaring spirit of the athletes was lit by the Chief Guest and handed over to the Principalwho in turn relayed it to the Sporting stars of the school. The Chief Guest in her welcome address exhorted the students to take part in physical activity and enthused them to think positively and overcome all hurdles in life. The Yoga and Pyramid display presented by the students kept the spectators spellbound. TORA, the dynamic mascot, who represents strength and fair play, kept the spirit of the game alive and enthused the budding athletes to compete and conquer. 100 and 200 meter running race, hurdle race and relay race were some of the track and field events interspersed by Yoga, Karate, lyzium and dumbbells display.It was awards galore when the Chief Guest handed over a token of appreciation to all the achievers in sports.The Grand Finale was a resplendent visual treat and a show-stopper as hundreds of children displayed indigenous martial arts in flamboyant costumes. Godavari House clinched the Rolling trophy as the best marching contingent and Narmada House lifted the Rolling Trophy as the Champion house. The School Sports captain Girls, RishikaKomarla, proposed the vote of thanks.

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