Events Reports


Annual Day is an occasion of celebration, felicitation, feast and festivity when students present not only their wonderful performances but also receive honours for their curricular and co-curricular achievements.

The Annuay 2017-18 was woven around the theme ‘Namami Gange’. The Ganga, is India’s holiest river, worshipped as a goddess in our country. Despite its importance, it is one of the most polluted rivers in the world due to population growth, urbanisation, and industrial development. Through the theatre, children depicts present condition

of “Maa Ganga”, who is being ignored by her children. Let join our hands together to save our rivers which are life line of our country.

Mr. Salman Khurshid, Former Cabinet Minister, Ministry of External Affairs, Mrs. Louise Khurshid, Chairperson, Delhi Public World Foundation, were the Chief Guest for the Annual Function.

The functions were presided over by honourable Chairperson, Mr. R.K. Tyagi and various members of Board of Governing committee..

Principal Mrs. Yogita Kapil extended a warm welcome to all the dignitaries present. Talking of the theme of the Namami Gange, she expressed her views about the present condition of our river. She articulated that each member of the society has to take a step forward  to save the life-line of the country. The one–hour long Cultural Show held the audience in awe and left them enlightened as the show culminated. The journey of a Ganga as humanised  form was depicted through a blend of drama and dance. The show which was an imagination a writer and the depiction of Ganga as Women of our countryl was an eye-opener for the audience.

The Chief Guests Mrs and Mr. Khurshid were all praise for the show. He congratulated the school for taking such an enlightening topic which requires a quick moral action on everybody’s part.

The Annual Prize Distribution function was a moment of pride and honour for all the winners and achievers of the school. The students were awarded prizes in the Academic as well as Co-Curricular areas.

Principal Mrs. Yogita Kapil extended a warm welcome to the dignitaries. The Annual Report of the school presented by our two senior students.  The Principal read out the achievements of the school – both Academic and Co-curricular and wished success to the students who could not make up for the prizes.


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Enthusia-2018” The Annual Sports Day

The moment of victory is much too short to live for that and nothing else,” said Martina Navratilova, tennis player.

Apart from commemorating victories, sports meets also aim at imparting lessons on sportsman spirit and camaraderie to children.The much awaited Annual Sports Day“Enthusia”was held on Saturday 03rd February 2018. The fantastic turnout from theparents and the pleasant weather were the perfect boost for the students on their very first sports day at the Delhi Public World, Subhanpur. Mr. Mohit Sirohi, Calisthenics practioner, who will be representing India in Romania Calisthenics event was the Guest of Honour for the day. Mr. Sirohi and the Chairman hoisted the national flag signaling the start of the sports meet.The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with theoath being administered by the special guest of the day, Mr. Mohit Sirohi. The Chairman, Mr. RK Tyagi, the Principal Ms. Yogita Kapil and Mr.Sirohi also took the salute of the impressive March Past of the Delhi Public World School students. The peppy aerobics, soothing yoga   and an energizing exercise drill set the tone for the rest of the event. Once the races began, the airwas filled with cheering and tons of encouragement for the young athletes. Students of grade Nursery to 7competed class-wise in events including shopping race, frog race, obstacle races,three legged races and many more sports event.The day ended with our guest, Mr. Sirohi congratulating the winners with medals and certificates and the Principal, Ms. Yogita Kapil concluded the day on a positive note by her motivational words.


Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloycalled guts.



“Indialicious Food Fiesta-2018”

A life skill activity

Republic Day was celebrated by the staff and students of  Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur with patriotic fervour. Mr. RK Tyagi, the Chairman, Principal  Ms. Yogita Kapil and the members of the School Managing Committee hoisted the national flag. School principal Ms. Yogita  Kapil spoke to the students on the sanctity of the occasion and the role played by the Constitution makers. The morning assembly started with the spectacular musical performance of  Preamble song and concluded with oath-taking.

To make the day more vibrant and cherishing, Indialicious Food Fiesta -2018 was organised exhibiting the flavours of India. The parents were also cordially invited to grace the event. The whole school participated in the food fiesta by putting up their stalls in the school playground. Every stall which was put was tastefully decorated and cherry on the top were the mouth-watering delicacies of different states of India. With enjoyment the children also learned life skill activities like food advertisement, marketing , maintaining cleanliness , healthy competition etc all around the fiesta. The day concluded with merrily chirping and bright smiles on the faces of students.


Vande Mataram- Voice of Unity

Venue: Ramlila ground, Kavi Nagar, Ghaziabad, UP

Organised by: Hindu Spiritual and Service Fair (Hindu Adhyatmik Evam Sewa Mela) – Ghaziabad

Twenty four students along with two teachers of Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur attended “Vande Mataram- Voice of Unity”. Over 10,000 students of around 150 schools across the city attended this programme.

In order to awaken the spirit of patriotism among youth, the Initiative for Moral and Cultural Training Foundation (IMCTF) organized the “Vande Mataram” Programme on Thursday at Ramlila Maidan, Kavinagar, Ghaziabad. The Chief Guest for the day was Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma.  Other esteemed guests who marked their presence were State Minister Atul Garg, former Mayor AshuVerma, MLA Sunil Sharma, AjitpalTyagi, PN Arora, Nand Kishore Gujar,  PoonamSharma and singer Abhijit Sawant.

The atmosphere was filled with the spirit of patriotism when more than ten thousand school students and the people of the city sang Vande Mataram together. On this occasion, Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma and singer Abhijit Sawant appealedthe children and the people present there to download the sanitation application launched by the Municipal Corporation of Ghaziabad and also we should promise ourselves that we will keep our motherland clean and green.

To conclude the programme, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said Municipal Corporation of Ghaziabad haskept one step for achieving the goal of clean and green but the whole journey will be possible only if we all are ready to support them.

Jai Hind!



Venue: Multi-Purpose Hall, Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur

Organised by: Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur

“Kalakar – Where thoughts begin”

On December 3, 2017 Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur organised Kalakar 2017. We at DPWS, Subhanpur believe in discovering the undiscovered talents and innovative side of the students. Kalakar is a platformthat encourages, nurtures and showcase every child’s natural creative flair. The event kalakar invited students of different schools.

Every child is an artist”, keeping this in mind and to explore the creative potentials in the young minds, the art competition was organised by the school. The theme for the art competition was “Winter Season”for the students. The young artists showcased brilliant piece of their imagination in their art work. The art work was judged by Ms. Suparana (art teacher at DPWS, Subhanpur) and Ms. Neeru Katiyal. A small workshop was also conducted by the Neo Robo Ltd for the students in order to make them aware about another most interesting dimension of learning which includes experiencing each and every aspect of learning with the help of robotics. To boost the singing talent of the students, music competition was organised for the students which was based on the theme “Patriotism”.Students participated enthusiastically in the competition and sang melodious patriotic songs. The judges of the music competiton were Ms. Rachna Sharma and Mr. Vikram (music teacher at DPWS, Subhanpur). The students were given refreshment after the end of the competitions.

At the end, the Chairman of DPWS, Subhanpur  Mr. R.K Tyagi awarded trophies to the winners. The Principal, Ms. Yogita Kapil also congratulated the students and gave good wishes to the children.


Nukkad Natak (Mujhe Jeene Do)

Venue: Khekra, UP

Organised by: Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur

Fifteen students along with three teachers of Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur organised a nukkad natak “Mujhe Jeene Do” at the residence of chairman of Khekra MrsNeelam Dhama which was based on women empowerment.

The crux of the nukad natak was that women empowerment is empowering the women to take their own decisions for their personal dependent. Empowering women is to make them independent in all aspects from mind, thought, rights, decisions, etc by leaving all the social and family limitations. It is to bring equality in the society for both male and female in all areas. Women empowerment is very necessary to make the bright future of the family, society and country. Women need fresh and more capable environment so that they can take their own right decisions in every area whether for themselves, family, society or country. In order

to make the country fully developed country, women empowerment is an essential tool to get the goal of development.

By seeing the performance of students, Mrs. Neelam Dhama got emotional and she had tears in her eyes as she was feeling connected with the act of our students. Spectators present there were also appreciating the performance of the students. Students, teachers and management of DPWS, Subhanpur hope that this effort of our students brings a big change in the thinking of people of our society.

“To awaken the people, it is the women who must be awakened. Once she is on the move, the family moves, the village moves, the nation moves”. 



Venue: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad

Organised by: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad

Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad organised “Melange 2017”, an inter-school competition for different schools of Ghaziabad on October 26, 2017 – October 27,2017.

Our students of classes I to VII participated actively in 09 events of  Melange 2017. The events of the inter-school competition were Rollicking (I-II), Tan-o-chain (III-V), Arith-a-grix (V-VI), Bloomsadale (VI_VII), and Sci -magic (VII), Lexithon (III-V), Linking bridge (VI-VII), Lot-pot (III-V) and Mask-a-Mask (IV-V).

In rollicking students of grade I and II narrated a rhyme “The magical tree”  based on the theme fantasy.  The event tan-o-chain and linking bridge which included math tricks, puzzles and problem solving for grade III-VII. Lexithon event is for grade III –V was based on English vocabulary and grammar. Students of grade VII participated in Sci- magic and they demonstrated a science magic trick based on the principle that water absorbs heat which prevents the bursting of balloon. To showcase their acting skills the students of grade IV and V participated in lot-pot event in which they narrated hasya kavita. The students of grade IV-VII participated in art competition mask-a- mask and bloomsadale

At the end, winning is not always important but participation matters a lot more as elocution is a good way to get out stage fear and builds communication skills and helps children build their personality and stay organised.

12-10-2017 to 14-10-2017

Teacher Training Development Programme “JOY OF LEARNING” by Koulu Group of Education Limited, Finland

Venue: Delhi Public World School, Noida Extension

Organised by: Delhi Public World Foundation

Two teachers of Delhi Public World School, Subhanpur attended three days workshop for teachers under teacher training development programme “Joy Of Learning”. Over forty DPWS teachersfrom all over India attended this workshop. It was a lifelong experience as trainers are from the country which is known forworld’s best Education System.

On the opening ceremony, Mrs. Poonam Kashyap, Director DPWS Foundation introduced the Trainers, Satu Jarvinen and Emmi Ollila.

Day 1

After the opening remarks they introduced Finnish excellence, an introduction to world leading education system. Then they conducted participatory workshop on student- centred learning and teacher’s role in 21st century.

Day 2

The second day started with participatory lecture of teaching and learning design within the Finnish education system with example and creating a supportive learning environment- boosting joyful learning and motivation among the students, and its applicability in India.

Day 3

The third day started with holistic learning and development in childhood, then the participatory workshop  on creating teaching and learning methods-Integrating Arts, Crafts and P.E with Maths, Language and science and the future of education – Digital, online and blended learning.

At the end, participants presented their main learning outcomes, and discussion on how to continue the mutual process of teaching and learning development. The ceremony concluded with distribution of certificate by Mrs. Louie Khurshid, Chairman DPWS Foundation and Dr. Salman Khurshid.


The first speaker Prof. PoonamBatra spoke on education policies, status and role of teachers in curriculum planning.  She discussed teachers have become one of the marginalized section in a society. Teachers who are a catalyst in societal transformation have become a ‘mere labours’. Liberalization made the school a market place and teachers are just servants. She reminded teachers are no more actors in deciding ‘what to be taught and how to be taught’.

The second speaker Ms. Prachi Agarwal, focussed on the Academic Aspect: Teachers for tomorrow. She laid maximum stress on compassion, questioning attitude, comfortable in committing mistakes, express their feeling, care and belonging among teachers. She also reminded teachers should help the students in realizing their potential.

Smita Vats, the founder of ITIHAAS concluded in her inimitable style, adjure the teachers to create their own stories that they and society should be proud of and also facilitate children in a manner that their stories too become legends.