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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL KARNAL ORGANISED MODEL UNITED NATIONS "At Model UN, you broaden your horizons. By learning and networking, you can be part of the UN’s efforts to establish peace, secure human rights and enable all people to live in dignity." – United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres. As an endeavour to make the students aware of the fundamental operations of the United Nations, Model United Nations was conducted on 10 July, 2018 in the campus of DPS Karnal by Social Science Department. Students of class IX participated in Model United Nations enthusiastically. In this session, students acted as representatives of various countries and raised the burning issues which are the need of the hour like Terrorism spread by Kim Jong in North Korea and by Pakistan in Kashmir, Climatic Change and Sustainable Development. Students played their roles very well. They learnt about the functional and non-functional organs of the UN. The students got acquainted with MUN basics, typical MUN simulations, such as roll call procedure and voting procedure. They also came to know the necessity of international organization like United Nations. Students were very much excited about the programme and enacted their respective roles in the most realistic way. The Principal, Ms Meenu Arora applauded the enthusiasm of the students and congratulated the participants with her valuable and motivating words.

  • 14/07/2018


DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL ORGANISED INTER HOUSE HERITAGE QUIZ “We will be remembered only if we give to our younger generation a prosperous and safe India, resulting out of economic prosperity coupled with civilizational heritage.” A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Initiated with a concept of encouraging young minds to learn about the country's rich art forms, culture, tradition and history, an Inter House Heritage Quiz was organized for classes VI-VIII on 12 July, 2018 at Delhi Public School Karnal. The quiz session witnessed the enthusiastic participation of four students from each house of school in the final round. The preliminary round was a verbal one wherein the students' knowledge of history and heritage was tested and the best four students from each house were selected by respective house wardens. The final quiz was divided into five rounds which involved visual, audio and buzzer based questions. The first round was Warm Up Round where one student was given thirty seconds to answer five questions. Each question carries one mark. The second round named as General Round in which each house team got thirty seconds to answer three questions. The correct answer carries ten marks and wrong answer was passed to next house team which received five marks for correct answer. The third round was of Buzzer Round which gave ten marks for correct answer and (-5) marks for incorrect answer. The fourth round named as Take Your Chance gave sixty seconds to each team with three hints . If the team answered with the use of with one hint ,they got ten marks and as they used second hint they got only 5 only ,the use of third hint gave the teams only 2 marks. The last round was of Visual Round where the teams got ten marks for correct answer. All the teams tried their best to score well. The other house teams gave a tough fight in the last round but could not catch up with the leading team of Narmada House and hence Narmada House students of class VI-D Agamjot, VII-C Divjot, VIII-D Rishab Batra and VIII-B Arin bagged the first position. The Principal, Ms Meenu Arora congratulated the winners, appreciated the knowledge of the students and also encouraged them to participate more in such competitions. She urged the students to become responsible and worthy citizens of the country by being dedicated and devoted and contribute to the progress of the country.

  • 13/07/2018


DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL CELEBRATED MOTHER’S DAY The unconditional love of mother and every child’s love for mother was remembered and reiterated once more in the Mothers’ Day Assembly of DPS Karnal. The primary wing students put forth a lovely cultural programme consisting of thought of the day, a prayer song, a captivating dance presentation on the song 'Meri pyari ammi..........' and a skit based on the theme of mother's unconditional love. All the students enjoyed the skit as they recollected instances of their mothers’ love during the assembly. The children also did a hands-on activity, where they made lovely necklaces and beautiful purses and took them home as a surprise to their mothers. The heartwarming gestures of their children gave immense joy to mothers of our students. With a spring in their steps and love in their hearts, the senior students also conducted Mother's Day Assembly. They presented a mellifluous song ‘You have given me my breath…..’. The activity that stole the show was laughter dose which added humour to the aura. Health Capsule was also presented in which benefits of consuming coconut during summer season were told to the students . The programme ended with a mesmerising dance on the song ‘Mai teri chunariya lehrayi…….’ which dipped the surroundings in colourful glee. The Principal Ms. Meenu Arora was also present in the assembly. She appreciated the confidence and the good show put up by the children and spoke about the values and importance of mother in a family. She said, “Mother’s role is foremost in shaping the growth, personality and upbringing of a child, which is also pivotal in strengthening the family bonding. Today, with the younger generation having access to all the latest gadgets and tools, mother’s role has assumed more importance as the younger lot can easily get drifted on the wrong path.” The assembly concluded with the entire congregation singing the National Anthem in unison.

  • 11/05/2018


“If you do not compete, then it will be difficult to progress and do well.” Owing to the aim of all round development of the students, an Inter House Table Tennis Competition for classes VI to XII was organised in the school premises on 17 April 2018. Students belonging to all the four houses competed against each other.The final round witnessed various matches of the selected houses as follows: SENIOR (BOYS)(CLASSES IX-XII) Narmada Vs Brahmaputra JUNIOR (BOYS)(CLASSES VI-VIII) Narmada Vs Ganga This brought out the competitive spirit among the partakers. The tournament ended with Brahmaputra House in Senior(Boys) and Narmada House in Junior (Boys) clinching first place. The players of all the four houses exhibited a brilliant game with true team spirit. The Principal Ms Meenu Arora praised the team spirit showcased by all the houses and congratulated the victorious team members.

  • 21/04/2018
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