Delhi Public School, Pinjore Celebrates World Laughter Day in a Special Way

The world laughter day which was celebrated by the rest of the world on the 1st of May along with the labour day this year, was celebrated today by dipsites today by great zeal and enthusiasm. The celebrations began with a talk on laughter day by Ms. Neera Gauri. She appraised the audience about certain facts related to this day like the founder and creator of this day was Mr. Madan Katharia. The celebration of World Laughter Day was a positive manifestation for world peace and is intended to build a global consciousness of brotherhood and friendship, she added. Who wont agree that we need to celebrate such days to save humanity from the sufferings, pain and sorrow, which have striven the whole world.

An Inter House Mimicry Competition organized to commemorate and celebrate this day added the required colour to the celebration. The talent which is in abundance, was showcased by the participants of all the houses- Ganga, Yamuna, Jhelum and Sutlej. The result of competition is as follows-

1st Position -Yamuna House. Yamuna House team which comprised of Jasneel Grover and Hardique Dasore won the first Position.

2nd Position-Ganga House. Ganga house was represented by Jaisal Gulati and Shubham Nehra to bag the second Position.

3rd Position was won by Harshit Kochhar and Trishant of Sutlej House.

Satvik of Jhelum House was appreciated for his wonderful performance.

The significance and message of the world laughter day reached everyone in the school in the most appropriate manner.

Baisakhi ushers in a spirit of merriment to Delhi Public School Pinjore

13-4-2011: Baisakhi-a festival, basically related to harvesting in the country,fills the lives of the farmers with mirth and joy.The farmer’s happiness spreads and engulfs the whole community .Good crops are a sign of prosperity and well being of the national life -these feelings and thoughts were expressed in a talk delivered by Shweta Verma in the morning assembly on 13th April,2011.The speaker apprised the students that Khalsa Panth was also formed by the Sikh Guru Gobind Singh on the day of Baisakhi.

13th April also reminds us ,the Indians ,of the gruesome Jalianwala Bagh  massacre

which provided a stronger platform to the freedom struggle and strengthened the will to break the shackles of slavery The principal Mr. Samson Masih asked the children to respect the freedom that we all enjoy for it has been achieved at a great cost –the lives

and sacrifices made by our freedom fighters.He also urged the students to become responsible human beings so that the country will feel proud of them.

Delhi Public School, Pinjore Celebrates World Health Day

April 7,2011

The Simply Health Plus is doing a conscientious Job in Delhi Public School Pinjore. Besides the regular medical check ups and providing other medical facilities, the students are sensitized on various health related issues ,their prevention and cure by the doctors from time to time during the session. Taking this task further. Dr.Gurmeet gave an educative and informative talk in the Assembly on World Health day. She told the children that World Health Day is observed on April 7 to mark the WHO’s funding to draw world wide attention to importance of global health each year. The World Health Organization organizes International, regional and local events on this day to highlight a particular theme every year. She urged the students of the school to participate whole heartedly, as they had done last year ,and spread the message of “Healthy Living”.

This year’s Theme ‘Anti-microbial resistance and its global spread’ focuses on the need for Government and stakeholders to implement the policies and practices needed to prevent and counter the emergence of highly resistant micro organisms. Anti-microbial resistance threatens the continued effectiveness of many medicines used today to treat the sick .On the other hand this resistance jeopardizes important advances being made against major infections. WHO has also launched a world wide campaign to safeguard these medicines for the future generation. The doctor asked the children to be a part of this campaign directly or indirectly by—– Stopping self medication, Referring to a well qualified physician in case of any ailment, Getting proper examination and diagnoses done and also making necessary use of the medicine. The doctor concluded her talk with the following quote;

“The health of an eye seems to demand a horizon We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough”.

The coordinator Dr. Kiran Prabhakar, on behalf of the principal thanked the speaker and wished everyone a healthy life.

Date Sheet for the Annual Examination – 2010-2011

 

 

 

 

 

Date Sheet for the Annual Examination – 2010-2011

 

Date Class 9 Class 8 Class 7 Class 6 Class 5 Class 4 Class 3
28-02-11 S.St. Hindi Science S.St. Hindi English S.St.
01-03-11
02-03-11
03-03-11 English English Maths Science Science Maths Maths
04-03-11
05-03-11 Science III lang English English III Lang English
06-03-11
07-03-11 Science III Lang English Hindi III Lang Science Hindi
08-03-11
09-03-11
10-03-11 Hindi Maths S.St. Maths Maths S.St. Science
11-03-11
12-03-11 S.St. Hindi III Lang S.St. Hindi Computers
13-03-11
14-03-11
15-03-11 Maths

 

 

Examination for the following subjects will be conducted during school hours.

 

Date Classes Subject
17-02-11 4 to 9 Computers
19-02-11 3 to 8 General Knowledge
23-02-11 3 to 9 Environment Education
25-02-11 3 to 8 Value Education

 

  • Reading, writing and dictation tests for classes 3 to 5 will be from 10-02-11 to 15-02-11.
  • The practical exams for Computers, Physical Education, Art & SUPW for classes 3 to 8 will be from 10-02-11 to 15-02-11.
  • The practical exams for Science, S.St., Maths and Computers for class 9 will be conducted from 10-02-11 to 15-02-11.

General Instructions

 

  • February 26, 2011 will be a preparatory leave.
  • The school timings during the examinations will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Buses will ply accordingly.
  • Please ensure that your ward has the required stationery for the exams, borrowing will not be allowed.
  • Books and bags are not allowed during the examination.
  • The result for classes 3 to 5 will be declared on Friday, March 25, 2011 and for classes 6 to 9 on Saturday, March 26, 2011 between 9:00 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m.
  • The books will be available in school on the day of the result.
  • The new session will begin on April 04, 2011 at 8:00 a.m. Students should come in summer uniform.
  • Uniform will be available at :

Mayor Garments, SCO-47, Sector- 7, Panchkula, 0172-2596766

Radha Garments, Railway Road, Kalka, 01733-222588

 

 

 

 

Date Sheet of class 10 for the Summative Assessment II, March 2011

 

Date 15-03-11 19-03-11 22-03-11 25-03-11 30-03-11
Subject S.St Maths Hindi/French English Science

 

Schedule for Practical Examination

 

Date Day Subject
28-02-11 Monday Computers
03-03-11 Thursday Social Studies
05-03-11 Saturday Maths
07-03-11 Monday Science

Note:

  • March 08 to 14, 2011 would be preparatory leaves.
  • The school timings will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Buses will ply only at the regular school timings.
  • Result will be declared by the Board.
  • Computers and E.V.S. exam will be held on February 17, 2011 and February 23, 2011 respectively.

 

 

Principal

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There is a choice of various streams offered in class XI from the new session. The details of these stream alongwith the subjects offered are as follows. You are required to select the stream of your choice and mark the optional subjects you want to get enrolled for according to the SA1, FA3 &FA4 assessement.

Stream Offered Subject Offered Criteria for Selection Option Chosen
Medical English (Compulsory), Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science or Physical Education Avg Grade A2 ­to A1In all subjects especially Science
Non-Medical English (Compulsory), Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science or Physical Education Avg Grade A2 ­to A1In all subjects especially Maths & Science
Commerce English (Compulsory), Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Computer Science or Physical Education or Mathematics Avg Grade B2 ­to A1In Maths, English and S.St.
Humanities English (Compulsory),Physical Education, Computer Science (any one)

Geography, Psychology, History, Hindi Elective (any three)

Avg Grade C2 ­to A1In English, S.St. and Hindi