School bid adieu to the outgoing batch of class XII in the “Valedictory Function” held on 28th January 2011.
DPS Indirapuram in association with Spic Macay hosted a Kathak Dance recital performed by Pandit Shri Deepak Maharaj on Friday, 29th April, 2011
DPS Indirapuram, celebrated “Incredible India”, a presentation by the students of class III. Mrs. Nina Sehgal, Director D.P.S. Vasant Kunj and member managing committee Delhi Public School Indirapuram graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
To facilitate the teaching learning process, the school provides the following facilities-
- Over 180 classrooms which are aesthetically planned, well ventilated, providing an environment which is conducive to learning.
- English Language Lab with linguaphones and audio visual aids to facilitate the development of good communication skills.
- Computer Laboratories- Two labs for the juniors and two for the seniors.
- Science Laboratories- To cultivate a scientific temper in the students we have specialized Physics, Chemistry and Biology laboratories in the Senior School and one General Science Lab in the Junior School.
- Art/Dance/Music- To unleash the creativity of the students, separate Art/Dance/Music rooms for the Junior and Senior section.
- Libraries – Two libraries with over 15000 books to satisfy the curiosity of the students and expose them to the latest information.
- Sports- The school is equipped with a lawn tennis court, basket ball court, cricket ground, badminton court, table tennis court, 2 swimming pools and all indoor games.
- Clinic- Two well equipped clinics with full time qualified doctors and nurses to carry out routine check up and to provide medical attention. The school has also tied up with the local hospitals for emergencies. The school has its own ambulance which is installed with equipments to handle all kinds of emergencies.
- Mini Amphi Theatre to promote performing arts especially for the Pre-Primary.
- Auditorium- An aesthetically planned huge air conditioned multipurpose auditorium with a seating capacity of 2500 for recreational activities.
- Transport- A 68 strong fleet of modern buses for students as well as teachers.
- Cafeteria- Two clean hygienic cafeterias to provide a variety of sumptuous wholesome nutritious mid-day meals and snacks. The suave ambience at the cafeteria done up in vibrant colours makes it a perfect place to de-stress and rejuvenate.
To make the students global citizens of the world, the school has introduced a Seven Foreign Language Formula wherein languages like French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Arabic are offered to the students of grade 4 and above. For each language, the school has specialized language labs which have been done up with a view to expose the students to the culture, art, heritage, sports, food of the concerned countries. The Foreign Language department has highly qualified team of teachers who constantly remain in touch with the Embassies and High Commissions to stay abreast of the latest developments. Faculties of reputed institutes like JNU and Delhi University also provide guidance to formulate syllabus and study material. The school celebrates special days like French Day, Russian Day, etc wherein the students present cultural programmes in that particular language.
Our Japanese language teacher visited Japan for an advance course for teaching Japanese in Tokyo while the German teacher attended German language teaching course at Schwabischhall, Germany. Indo-German Friendship Day, German Day, Japan Day are a part of the school activity calendar to create greater awareness about these countries. Indeed, the exposure provided to our students by these Exchange Programs are very enriching experience that stays with them forever.
- German Day was celebrated in DPS Indirapuram on 25th January, 2005.
- Max Mueller Bhavan in collaboration with DPS Society organized a scholarship Program for German language teachers of DPS, in which Mrs. Kaumudi Joshi went to Schwäbischhall, Germany for 2 months in 2006 to attend a German language course.
- DPS Indirapuram hosted 11 dignitaries from Germany. This delegation stayed in India from 31st October to 12th November’ 2006.
- 1st Indo-German Exchange Program for Students and teachers was organized from 20th April’ 2007 to 19th May 2007 by DPS Society in collaboration with Max Mueller Bhavan.
- Extending our Exchange Program, 10 students along with 1 teacher visited Germany from 7th June’ 2008 to 8th July’ 2008 for an Indo – German Students Exchange Program.
- As a result, 10 students and 2 teachers from Germany visited our school from 20th Oct’ 2008 to 11th Nov’ 2008.
- DPS Indirapuram celebrated Indo – German Friendship Day by organizing a Special Assembly on 7th Nov 2008.
- An informal get together was also organized by the DM of Ghaziabad, Mr. Deepak Aggarwal for the visiting German students at his residence. Mr. Aggarwal gave them an insight into the administrative system of India.
- Max Mueller Bhavan organized a Youth Camp for the students learning German language from 24th April to 3rd May 2009 to Himachal Pradesh. Neelesh Kumar Chaudhary of Class XI of DPS Indirapuram attended the same.
- After having two successful Exchange Programs in 2007 & 2008, this year from 27th April 2009 to 20th May 2009 nine students of DPS Indirapuram along with one teacher Ms. Jeena Rachel went to Schloss-Realshule Gaildorf, Germany for yet another Student Exchange Program.
- In the year 2003, Japanese Language was introduced in DPS Indirapuram, Ghaziabad, as a part of the “Seven language” formula.
- The study material for teaching Japanese has been provided by The Japan Foundation 5 A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi .
- Mr. Akira Yamaguchi, Adviser Japanese Language, The Japan Foundation, New Delhi visited DPS Indirapuram in July 2004.
- Mr. Kazama came independently to India to carry out a detailed survey on the Indian Ethos and selected DPS Indirapuram one of his destinations.
- Ms. Junko Kazama (w/o Mr. Kazama) MD Tsubomi, New Delhi (sister concern of Tsubomi, Japan) visited the school on Junior Sports Day.
- Koinobori is celebrated every year in Japan on 5th May for the health and strength of a child. Students learning Japanese celebrated Koinobori on 5th May 2004. On 6th May, 2004, they went for an educational trip to Japan Cultural Information Centre.
- Ganziro Sensei visited India after 34 years to perform kabuki a classical Japanese dance performed only by men. DPS Indirapuram students attended the workshop held at Modern School, Barakhamba Road on August 16, 2004, organized by Spic Macay.
- 1st Japanese Language Speech Contest at school level was organized by School Level Japanese Language Teachers’ Network (SJTN) to spread Japanese Language Education in Indian Schools at Ramjas school, R.K. Puram on 31st January 2005.
- DPS Indirapuram celebrated Japanese Day on 16th September 2005. Mr. T. Yamamoto, first Secretary, Embassy of Japan and Ms. R. Hasegawa, Advisor Japanese Language Japan Foundation were the guests for the occasion.
- A Video Conference was also held between the students of Ono Minanmi Elementary School, Fukuoka, Japan and the students of DPS Indirapuram through internet.
- In November 2005 another Video Conference was held between the students of Wakinomachi Elementary School, Nigata Japan and our students learning Japanese at DPS Mathura Road, New Delhi.
- Ms Anju Raghav, Japanese Language Teacher attended a “Workshop for foreign Language Teacher at JNU from 28th June to 6th July 2005.
- Second Inter School Origami Competition was organized by Tagore International School on 6th August 2007. Paavni Shorey of Class X of DPS Indirapuram won the 2nd prize (Solo Category).
- Japanese Language Teacher, Ms Anju Raghav bagged a scholarship from Government of Japan namely,” Long Term Teachers” Training program and went for an Advanced Course for six months in Tokyo.
- “The children of the Earth’s Club” a Non profit organization Japan had organized the 18th Essay Contest and the 12th poster Contest “Let’s Protect our Planet” Milind Goel of Class IX won the Nature’s Saga and Arushi Bansal won Let’s Save Tomorrow. These children received Award at Tokyo, Japan on 30th July 2008.
- In October 2008, CBSE appointed a committee of courses in the subject of Japanese Language. Our Japanese Language Teacher Ms Anju Raghav is one of the six members of the committee.
- Japanese Language Teacher, Ms Anju Raghav attended a National Workshop on Japanese Language Education: Teaching Methods and Evaluation” organized by JALTAI in New Delhi on 19th – 20th December 2008.
- The children of the Earth’s Club, Tokyo, Japan 19th Essay Contest & 13th Poster Making Contest prize won Kavya Garg (VI) got a special Award. She went to Japan to collect her award on 30th July 2009 along-with our Japanese teacher Ms. Anju Raghav.
- In June 2009 under the Japan East Asia Network of Exchange for students and Youth (JENESYS) Program of the Government of Japan, Alisha Rastogi and Shreya Jain of Class IX visited Japan from 14th June to 25th June 2009.
- Japanese Language Teacher Ms. Anju Raghav attended three sessions on how to use the books “Minna no Nihongo” for the Classes IX and X. For the first time in the history of Indian schools Japanese has been introduced for Class IX in the academic year 2009-10 and the board examination for class X would be held in the year 2011.
We have 2 Art Rooms, 1 Music Room and 2 Dance Rooms in the Junior School. In the Senior School we have 1 Art Room, 1 Music Room and 1 Dance Room.
- Environment Club
- Maths Club
- Science Club
- Literary Club
- Electronics Club
- Consumer Club
- Quiz Club
- Social Service Club
- Nature Club
- Instrumental Music
- Vocal/Indian/Western Music
- Art & Craft
Environment protection, promotion and conservation being the need of the present times has been introduced as an Activity Club for Classes VI-IX. Through the council the students are involved in multifarious activities like tree plantation, anti-cracker campaign, cleaning of water bodies, air and water monitoring, etc. The Environment Council celebrates various important days given by the United Nations like Earth Day, WWF Day, etc.
The Consumer Club
DPS Indirapuram has launched the Consumer Club under the aegis of CEEC, DPS Society. The club endeavours to generate consumer awareness and protect the consumers from being duped. The students who are the members of the club educate the consumers about their rights and duties and try to infuse confidence in them to fight against violation of their basic rights.
The school has introduced the Astronomy Club for students of Classes VI-IX. The club endeavours to inculcate scientific temperament, the power of keen observation and logical thinking in the students. The activities of the club involve organizing lectures and trips to Planetarium and Saras Tourist Complex, Damdama for night sky observation. The students learn to identify constellations, stars and planets in the sky.
The Academic year is divided into semesters and examinations are held at the end of each semester.
2nd Semester Weekly Test & 2nd Semester Examination – 50%
Result At a Glance
Class XII Result (2008-2009) First Batch of Class XII
1 student secured 2nd division.
7 students out of 115 secured above 90%
29 students out of 115, secured distinction in all five subjects.
Our highest scorer was Akash Verma, who secured 94.8% aggregate
School average is 78.09.
Class X Result
Total 196 students appeared in this examination and 195 students secured 1st Division
1 student secured 2nd division.
13 students out of 196 secured above 95%,
68 students out of 196 secured above 90%
124 students out of 196 secured distinction in all five subjects.
Our highest scorer was Kritika Gupta, who secured 96.8% aggregate
School average is 85.94.
We publish the following magazines and newsletters
‘Madhyam’– Newsletter (Half-Yearly)
We propose to have a Students Welfare Fund. Often we are faced with a situation when the earning member (the father) tragically dies, and the student has to leave the school, since he/she cannot afford to pay the fees. We would like to be able to help such children, so that they can continue their education at DPS Indirapuram. We plan to set up a Committee which could manage this Fund and help our own children. This has been approved by the Chairman, DPS Society.
- Children of the Social Service Club teach the children of our bus drivers and Shiksha Kendra during their SUPW periods.
- Our children collect funds and contribute generously to the SOS Village and Udyan Care – a home for abandoned children.
- As a gesture of appreciation for the Jawans who sacrifice their lives, livelihood and happiness for our national security, every year our school children make and send Rakhis for the Jawans on the border every year.
- Anisha Ganguly
- Kaveri Singh
- Suryansh Singh
- hawna Manchana