"Peace on Earth will come to stay, when we live Christmas everyday."
The much awaited festival of Christmas was celebrated with great zeal by the students on 24th December, 2018. The students presented an array of programmes. To fill the moment with joy, the students of class VIII, IX and XI presented wonderful carols. A thought provoking speech was given by Diksha of class XI-E.
At the end, Yatharth of XI-A showcased his talent of beat boxing. The children were filled with joy and excitement.
Wednesday 31 October, 2018 was celebrated as
National Unity Day (Rastriya Ekta Diwas) on the occasion of the Birth
Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. A special assembly was organized to
support the cause of promoting unity and celebrating 'National Unity Day' in
the school premises. The pledge was taken by the students. The idea was to
infuse the young generation with values integrated with the knowledge and pride
in the Indian heritage.
150th Birth Anniversary Celebration of Mahatma Gandhi
150th BIRTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
OF MAHATMA GANDHI
Oct. 1, 2018
Happiness is when what you think, what you say
and what you do are in Harmony ? Mahatma Gandhi
Mother Divine Public School, Sec. 3, Rohini conducted special assembly to commemorate Mahatma Gandhi's 150th Birth Anniversary.
An array of activities were held on this occasion, students delivered speeches highlighting the Principles of Mahatma Gandhi, movements launched by him such as Dandi March, Champaran Episode, Quit India & Non Cooperation Movement.
As Gandhiji dreamt of clean & developed India, students also took pledge to keep themselves, their surroundings, school, locality & home clean. They took oath to take initiative to devote their time & volunteer to work for cleanliness. The event culminated with Gandhiji's favourite prayer 'Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram'
Be the change that you want to see in the world. - Mahatma Gandhi
A Morning Assembly was conducted by Vigour
House on 24th august, 2018. It was anchored by Shubra of XI-C. The news bulletin was presented by the
students of XI-C. Throwing light on significance of Sadbhavna Divas Ritika of
XI- E delivered a speech. On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Aarti of XI-E
recited a poem expressing the spirit of festivity.
A special assembly was conducted on 14th August, 2018 to mark the Independence Day Celebration with great enthusiasm in the school. The ceremony started with the flag hosting in the school playground by the director Ms. Anju Mehta, the in-charges Ms. Nutan Gupta and Ms. Priyanka Luthra. A short and crisp speech on Independence Day was delivered by a student of grade V. Children sang patriotic songs. Students portrayed themselves as Freedom Fighters such as Annie Besant, Jhalkari Bai, Aruna Asaf Ali, Ram Prasad Bismil. This was followed by a colourful dance performance by students. These performances filled the air with national pride.
commemorate the sacrifices of our ancestors made and to pay tribute to their
laborious efforts 72nd Independence day was celebrated in Mother Divine Public
School, Nursery Wing on 14th August 2018 i.e Tuesday with great Zeal and Enthusiasm.
Ms. Anju Mehta graced the occasion and presided as the chief guest. Indian
tricolor was unfurled after which a cultural program began. The speeches,
songs, dance performances left everyone spellbound. The school choir enthralled
the audience with the patriotic song "Saare Jaha Se Achaa..."
highlight of the program was the enactment of the Indian freedom struggle which
is still carried in LOC. This colorful presentation received much deserved
applause from the spectators . The zeal and zest shown by the students proved
that every Indian whether a child or an adult valued the freedom that India has
secured after innumerable sacrifices. Motivational & encouraging words from
the chief guest Ms Anju Mehta and Nursery Head Ms. Seema Sharma enlightened
"Our flag does not fly
because the wind moves it....
It ties with the last
breath of each soldiers who protecting."
conducted a special assembly on the occasion of 72nd Independence
Day. Students of class VIII to XII performed songs, poems and speeches to show
their love for the nation. There was patriotism in the air and the three
colours of the flag could be spotted all around.
The morning assembly on
4.5.18 was conducted by Vigour House . Ashish Bansal of class XII D was the
anchor. Anisha of class X C presented the news headlines Palak Goyal of
class X C presented the ?Thought of the Day?. She told the students that
along with the education of mind, education of heart was also important.
It was followed by a
beautiful poem recital on summer season by Mitali Sharma of IX C. To enlighten
the students about the significance of International Space Day , Bharat Kumar
spoke on the topic.
Two students Himanshi Pandey
and Aditi Negi presented Sanskrit Shlokas in the assembly which won them the
first prize in the Inter-School Competition.
special assembly was held on the occasion of Road Safety Week. The anchor was
Prachi of class XIIE. Naina of class IXA enlightened the students about the
news headlines which was followed by thought of the day presented by Naman of
the same class. Another child Tejas spoke on the theme of Road Safety and
significance of following the Traffic Rules.
icing on the cake was the street play presented by the students of class XIIC
which highlighted the trend prevalent among young generation who flout traffic
rules. The children demonstrated how the situation could be improved if
everyone followed the norms such as avoiding drunken driving, not jumping
traffic signals, wearing seat-belts and helmets for personal safety and driving
within stipulated speed limit. All the students attending the assembly enjoyed
the event thoroughly. The assembly came to an end with the recital of National