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Monday, 29 February 2016 07:55

A MATTER OF PRIDE ....

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Suryatej of 8H had appeared for the 2nd level for ASSET and has got selected for the further Programs being conducted by ASSET in India and at Abroad. Now he has joined the League of ASSET TALENT SEARCH Scholars.

Monday, 15 February 2016 03:19

Pasch Principal's conference Malaysia

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The Goethe-Institut of the Federal Republic of Germany is also known as the Max Muller Bhawan. It is a non-profit German cultural association operational worldwide with 159 institutes, promoting the study of the German language abroad and encouraging international cultural exchange and relations.

The Goethe-Institut fosters knowledge about Germany by providing information on German culture, society and politics. This includes the exchange of films, music, theatre, and literature.

Principal, Mrs. Manju Sharma was privileged to attend the 7th Pasch Conference of School Principals in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  A ‘PASCH school’ is a regular secondary school with a particular emphasis on the learning and teaching of German as an additional language. PASCH schools constitute a global network of more than 1,700 schools. ‘PASCH’ stands for ‘Schools – Partners of the Future.’ Funded by the German government, the PASCH network was initiated in 2008 in order to offer opportunities to the youth from around the globe to learn German and to develop a positive relationship with modern Germany. PASCH supports professional development training for teachers, provides language learning resources to schools, offers scholarships for students to study in Germany, and numerous other virtual and non-virtual exchange and collaboration opportunities, including global student newspapers.


It endeavours to promote German Language to the students with a global reach. The early start involves calling up all available resources in order to give children the best possible prospects for development in the foreign language learning process; this involves the emotional, creative, social, cognitive and linguistic dimensions of overall childhood development. But it also very much involves ‘intercultural communicative competence’.

Every year The Goethe Institute organizes a Principal’s Conference with the aim to inform the School leaders about the various German activities and programmes conducted at the regional and center level of the Goethe Institute.  In this way the conference empowers Principals of Pasch Schools so that they have a wider and broader vision of the Goethe Institute’s aim and objective that is not just teaching German as a foreign language but as an inter-cultural medium to prepare learners as Global citizens.

The learner’s foreign language competence is no longer measured solely against the linguistic competence of native speakers, but in terms of his or her ability to master the multiple and various tasks of intercultural communication. For the child learner, and in early foreign language teaching, the types of stimulus and educational content provided should form a basis on which the open-mindedness and tolerance of the intercultural speaker can find scope to develop. The early encounter with the foreign language must awaken interest in languages, foster enjoyment in language-learning, and motivate the child to converse meaningfully in a language not his or her own.


This aim had been the main theme of the 7th Pasch Conference which was "How to Approach School Improvement" and ‘Communicative approach to School leadership – Principal’s Perspective - for School Leaders attending from the South Asia region like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Iran, Singapore and Malaysia.

Dynamic learning oriented sessions like school governance, leadership, role of the school management, co-operative instructional development, Professional Learning Communities (PLC) as gold master and different approaches to reciprocal feedbacks were organized over the two days which were rich and diverse in learning and development.

This gave the Principals opportunities to interact with each other and share their best school practices.

The resource persons of the conference are Claudia Maul- Director Language Programme South Asia, Carl Jochen Dill- Head of Educational service, Olav Schroer- Project Manager PASCH South Asia, Christian Buchberger – Department Head of Head of staff Development, Bremen Institute for Teacher Education, Mark Bartholomew- Principal Oxford International School Dhaka and Damayanti Mukherjee - Principal Modern High School for Girls, Kolkata.

It is very right said by Abigail Adams;

 

Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence.

The students of Std. 8, 9 and 10 showcased their creative best at INNODOME that was held on 29th January, 2016. The projects received rave reviews from parents.

Thursday, 11 February 2016 06:11

Microsoft Create To Inspire

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The programme is a thought leadership initiative for schools on environmentally sustainable living. It enables development of 21st century skills amongst students including collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, communication, social skills, ICT competencies and self-direction and planning. The programme objective is to build a school culture that offers a vision of innovation, enables teacher collaboration and sharing of teaching practices. The programme is an enabler of ‘Swachh Bharat’ and ‘Smart Citizenship’

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 08:54

MALAVIKA CREATES HISTORY @ SAF GAMES...

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ur young mermaid has created history... Malavika Vishwanath finishes SAF games with four golds and four records!!!
We are ecstatic about your performance and wish you the very best in all future endeavours!!

 

You have made all of us proud and we congratulate you for your victorious feat, hard work, determination and complete dedication.

Malavika receiving gold medal in South Asia Games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Malavika  in South Asia Games

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 08:34

MALAVIKA CREATES HISTORY @ SAF GAMES...

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Our young mermaid has created history... Malavika Vishwanath finishes SAF games with four golds and four records!!!
We are ecstatic about your performance and wish you the very best in all future endeavours!!

 

You have made all of us proud and we congratulate you for your victorious feat, hard work, determination and complete dedication.

Malavika receiving gold medal in South Asia Games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Malavika  in South Asia Games

 

Saturday, 30 January 2016 05:36

GRADUATION DAY 2016

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Delhi Public School celebrated graduation day on Monday, 25th January 2016. The graduating class of 2016 were bid a fond farewell by the School management, faculty members and the proud parents in a very solemn and touching ceremony at the school campus.

Monday, 25 January 2016 10:00

Entrance Test Results Std.11- Candidates

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It gives us great pleasure to announce that the following candidates have been shortlisted for admission to Std. XI for the academic year 2016 – 2017 based on Entrance test result which was held on 16th January 2016. Admission is provisional and will be confirmed on submission of the AISSE- 2016 mark list.

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

2nd February 2016 (9.30a.m – 11.30a.m)

SCIENCE STREAM

SL. NO

NAME OF THE STUDENT

FATHER’S NAME

 
 

1

SAMINA SHIRAJ MULANI

SHIRAJ MUSSA MULANI

 

2

SHIKHAR CHAVALI

VIJAY KUMAR CHAVALI

 

3

K.KULDEEP

Dr.K . KUMAR

 

4

ANANYA  V

R.K. VEERARAGAVAN

 

5

AMISHA JHA

MANOJ KUMAR JHA

 

6

ADITYA S.A

SAJENDRA KUMAR

 

7

PRAHALAD RAGHAVAN SRINIVASAN

RAGHAVAN SRINIVASAN

 

8

ROHAN BENNUR

B.PADMANABHA BENNUR

 

9

SALONI TANVI

RANJIT K MAHAPATRA

 

10

SANVRITTI PATEL

DILIP PATEL

 

11

YSAKSHAM CHAUHAN

SATISH KUMAR CHAUHAN

 

12

ARJUN SHEKAR

R. SHEKAR

 


3rd  February 2016 (9.30a.m – 11.30a.m)

 COMMERCE STREAM

SL. NO
NAME OF THE STUDENT
FATHER’S NAME
 
 
1
SHIVAN MATHUR
MANISH MATHUR
 
2
DHRUTI VIJAY
 
 
3
JANHAVI MUDGAL V
VIKRAM MUDGAL
 
4
ABHINAV DODDAMANI
ISHWAR G DODDAMANI
 
5
DIKSHA A
ASHOK  G
 
6
NIDHI SRINATH
SRINATH M.S
 
7
SUMEDHA MURLIDHAR
MURLIDHAR E.S
 
8
RAAGA SRINIVAS
SRINIVAS R MYSORE
 
9
V. ANANYA
V.RAVI
 
10
NANDITHA RAJ
RAJ R.P
 
11
RAGHAV P SHARMA
ASHOK SHARMA
 
12
BRINDA RAMESWARAN
C. RAMESWARAN
 
13
BHRIGU MORE
PANKAJ S MORE
 
14
NITHYA
VIJAY JOLAPARA

 

 

COMMERCE WITHOUT MATHS

SL. NO
NAME OF THE STUDENT
FATHER’S NAME
1
SUKHADA M BETTADAPUR
MAHESH V

 

4th   February 2016 (9.30a.m – 11.30a.m)

HUMANITIES STREAM

 

SL. NO
NAME OF THE STUDENT
FATHER’S NAME
1
LISA MANDAL
Dr. SUNIL KUMAR MANDAL
2
SHRUTI DOSS
KISHAN DOSS
3
DHRUVAN D NAIR
B. DILIP
4
NITIKA  K
M KRISHNA
5
VRUSHANK RAMAKANT PARULKAR
RAMAKANT PARULKAR
6
C.A.NETHRAA
A.ANIL KUMAR
7
SHRIYA SUPREETH
SUPREETH
8
SIMREN PANDEY
TRIGUNANAND PANDEY
9
MAITREYI SHISHIR
SHISHIR KUMAR
10
MRUDHULA ASHUTHOSH
ASHUTHOSH
11
PRERANA PRAKASH JOSHI
PRAKASH  JOSHI
12
SIRIGOWRI KAMBALIMATH
SHIVAPRASAD KAMBALIMATH
13
SANJANA REBECCA
JOHN VIJAY KUMAR
Friday, 22 January 2016 08:12

CBSE National Swimming Competition 2015-16

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Students from Delhi Public School Bangalore South participated in the CBSE National Swimming Competition held at Meerut in Karan public school and walked away with many medals.

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Thursday, 07 January 2016 10:32

A MATTER OF PRIDE ....

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Gautam Dileep studying in 8J has been selected for the Karnataka state under 14 cricket team, south zone tournament 2015 - 2016 to be held at Cuddapah, Andhra Pradesh between 4th Jan 2016 to 20 Jan 2016.

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