The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure, and ideals of selfless service amongst young citizens. Further, it aims at creating a pool of organised, trained, and motivated youth with leadership qualities in all walks of life who will serve the nation regardless of which career they choose.Under the guidance of ANO, Mamatha Prasad, an enrollment rally for the NCC batch 2023–24 was conducted at Delhi Public School- Mysore. The students participated with great zeal and eagerly awaited to don their uniforms from the 13 Kar Batallion. Needless to say, the NCC also provides an environment conducive to motivating young Indians to join the armed forces.
“A week of camp life is worth six months of theoretical teaching in the meeting room.” – Baden Powell
The Scouts and Guides helps in building confidence and self-esteem among the students. They learn important life skills, team building, outdoor adventure, education, and fun. It helps them to explore and discover the world beyond the classroom, and it also helps in all-round development.Four faculties from DPS, Mysore, Mr. Ramdoss N. (Scout Master), Mrs. Vanitha S.D. (Guides Captain), Mrs. Sapthami P. K. (Cub Master), and Miss Joanna Lilly Raj (Flock Leader), attended the advance course training camp for trainers organised by Bharat Scouts and Guides Mysore Division from 17/06/2023 to 23/06/2023 at Chikkaboradevara temple, Mandya Koppal, near Sri Rangapatna Taluk, Mandya district. In which the trained teachers of the school were certified again with the advanced level. This course, through rigorous and meticulous training, has helped them understand the various ways of scouting in detail and has made them more confident in leading our school troop.
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“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” ― Aristotle
Thematic assemblies are a medium to enlighten young minds and channel their thoughts, feelings, and expressions in an ideal direction. They help to imbibe in the students the values and morals necessary to lead a balanced and disciplined human life. Various performances in the school assemblies motivate the visual and audio skills, thus having a deep impact on the psychology of young learners.Delhi Public School, Mysore has designed the morning assemblies with a view to ensuring 100% participation, giving exposure to each and every child to showcase his or her innate abilities and nurture their talent and skills. All the students try to perform to the best of their abilities.Thematic assemblies are a means to create a positive, reflective ethos and promote value-based education. They powerfully nurture the development of the child’s interpersonal intelligence. At DPSM, every grade takes turns presenting a theme identified for their grade. The students of Grades 6, 7, and 8 presented their thematic assembly on the topic “ World Environmental Day, International Yoga Day, World Tiger’s Day, Kargil Divas, Time Management, Doctor’s Day, Etc.” which kindled the thought of service in every young mind present in the audience. This theme was very effectively presented through a skit and a song. All the participants took part with full enthusiasm and zeal.
The “Best Out of Waste” competition has a focus on the participants’ exceptional creativity and resourcefulness, reflecting their dedication and passion for both art and environmental sustainability. By showcasing how seemingly ordinary materials can be transformed into extraordinary creations, the event not only inspired the participants but also encouraged the wider school community to think creatively about waste reduction and recycling.
The activity aimed to cultivate a deeper understanding and appreciation for environmental conservation among students by engaging them in various creative and educational pursuits.
The hobby activity conducted on Environment Day, successfully achieved its objectives of fostering environmental awareness, creative expression, and active engagement among students. By integrating creative pursuits with environmental education, the event demonstrated the powerful impact of combining learning with artistic endeavours. It showcased the school’s commitment to nurturing environmentally conscious citizens and fostering a sense of responsibility towards our planet.
A T-Shirt painting activity was conducted as part of the school’s effort to encourage creative expression and engage students in a hands-on artistic activity. The T-Shirt painting activity successfully achieved its objectives of promoting creativity, fostering artistic skills, and encouraging teamwork among students. This activity provided a platform for students to explore their artistic interests and express themselves through fabric painting. By integrating art into the school curriculum, Delhi Public School continues to empower students to develop well-rounded skills and nurture their creative potential.
Floating of an iceberg is an interesting activity for the kids where they learn the concept of buoyancy. They enjoyed themselves in trying out the buoyancy of heavy and lighter objects. This activity fosters curiosity among the children about the reason behind this concept of an iceberg. The students joyfully learnt the concept of glaciers.
Lava lamp experiment is super cool! Kids loved exploring colored water and oil. This experiment help foster curiosity and ignite children’s imagination. It’s a great way for kids to develop fine motor skills. Students excitedly took part in making their own colourful lava lamp.
The disappearing colour wheel science experiment is a fun way for kids to explore light and physics while learning about Newton’s colour wheel. The experiment is a great way to show what happens when colours are blended back together and recombined. The students enjoyed doing this activity by spinning the wheel fast enough to make the colors blend to white.
Separation of salt and pepper is a great way to get the students excited and interested as they enjoy this experiment by learning the static force. It enhances their curiosity about the magical aspects of salt and pepper separation and the surprising kitchen science experiment.
We set off to DFRL (DEFENCE FOOD RESEARCH AND LABORATORY) around 10am. The buses were lined up to take us to the facility. It wasn’t too far; we entered the premises. The DFRL building was situated in a green, lush and well-maintained garden. We were welcomed by scientists and were directed towards the auditorium, where we all settled down and a short clip was shown. The highlights were – what’s the sole purpose of DFRL….. what is done in DFRL…..How it is useful to Defence and Achievements.Food is an integral part of our life. It was Surprising to know, that the whole of DFRL is committed in making long lasting food for defence personnel which are portable, ready to eat, nutritious and tasty. We had the privilege to see the exhibits and samples, wherein we saw different food items, which DFRL has to offer. From rotis to energy bars, drinks to dehydrated fruits, veggies, curries, sweets and variety of veg and non-veg dishes. The scientists proudly explained about their products and were happy to answer some of our questions.
“Every good thing has to end on a happy note, just as our visit to DFRL did. To round it off, the trip was fun, exciting, and informative. I want to thank DFRL and my school for this memorable trip.”
The students of Delhi Public School Mysore embarked on a thrilling and unforgettable journey to Dubai, a city renowned for its luxurious and extravagant experiences. They were spellbound by the awe-inspiring beauty and enchanting wonders of this vibrant destination throughout their journey.
They enjoyed the thrilling Desert Safari, camel rides, and quad biking. They visited top attractions like Zabeel Palace, Palm Jumeirah beach, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis, and the Museum of the Future. They experienced a Dhow Cruise, witnessing the city’s waterways and stunning skyline. They also visited world-famous motion picture studios, enjoying innovative shows, interactive play zones, and exciting roller coasters.
The students’ visit to Dubai was an extraordinary adventure filled with thrilling experiences, mesmerising sights, and valuable learning opportunities. From the exhilarating Desert Safari to the unlimited sightseeing and the enchanting Dhow Cruise, every moment was etched in their hearts. Dubai’s beauty and grandeur left a lasting impression on their young minds, instilling a sense of wonder and appreciation for the world around them.
The parents of the students expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the management and organizers for providing their children with this incredible opportunity. They said that this trip not only provided an adventurous and memorable experience but also enriched their children’s knowledge and broadened their horizons.
Delhi Public School, Mysore organized an educational trip for Grade XI and XII students from both the Science and Commerce streams to the manufacturing unit of AA Probics, a company specializing in health gummies production. The unit is located just outside of Mysore, at Siddalingapira. Upon their arrival at the unit, the students were warmly greeted by the CEO, Dr. Srilakshmi Desiraju herself. She passionately explained the gummy manufacturing process and demonstrated the various machines used. She patiently answered all the questions from the eager students. The chief scientist of the unit also interacted with them, explaining the significance of health gummies and the key chemical processes involved in their production. Additionally, the students had the opportunity to taste some of the flavored gummies.
The Science students learned about the chemical processes involved in producing health gummies, while the Commerce students gained insights into the logistics, finances, and risks associated with running a start-up. This experience provided the students with valuable knowledge about the world of Nutraceuticals, which may have inspired some of them to consider it as a potential career option in the future.
An industrial visit was organized for Grade VI and VII students from Delhi Public School, Mysore. The students were enthusiastic about visiting the renowned Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation Ltd (KSIC), the Silk Weaving Factory located in Mysore. It was established in 1912 by the Maharaja of Mysore Province and was responsible for manufacturing and supplying silk fabrics to meet the royal family’s requirements.
During the visit, the students had the opportunity to witness the entire weaving process, starting from the cocoon stage to warping. They were amazed to see the theory put into practice in real-time, which provided them with a clearer understanding of the concept. Additionally, they were introduced to the dyeing process, where they observed the color dyeing and drying procedures. The students gained a firsthand understanding of how the exclusive and expensive Mysore silk sarees are crafted.
Welcome to our Art Corner, where creativity knows no bounds. Explore the vibrant world of student masterpieces and imaginative expressions. Our budding artists use various mediums to craft visual stories and emotions, celebrating the beauty of self-expression through the lens of art. Discover the endless possibilities of creativity in our Art Corner. Come and immerse yourself in the world of artistry, where each stroke and color choice offers a unique viewpoint about younger artists. Our Art Corner is a testament to the limitless potential of creative minds. Explore the gallery and be inspired by the imagination of our talented students.
A University Fair was organized at Delhi Public School – Mysore on July 14, 2023, in collaboration with IC 3, by the Career and Guidance cell of the school. Highly acclaimed National and International Universities of repute participated in the event.
In total, delegates from 15 universities, primarily from India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Australia, took part in the Fair. The purpose of organizing the Fair was to provide students with information about the various courses offered at different universities, their academic curriculum, fee structures, and visa processes.
Students and parents from grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 wholeheartedly participated and interacted with the delegates, inquiring about the different options available to them. This information would help them make informed decisions for their wards in the near future.
The Fair proved to be an excellent opportunity for students to gather information about traditional and contemporary career options, as well as the courses offered by universities worldwide.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly recognized as the driving force behind the future global digital economy. Over the past few years, AI has gained significant geo-strategic importance, and many countries are vigorously pursuing policies to position themselves at the forefront of this technological advancement.
To take initial steps in this direction, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) introduced Artificial Intelligence as an optional subject for Class IX starting from the 2019-2020 academic session. In order to promote a multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning and to sensitize the new generation to AI, it was decided that schools may incorporate the AI “Inspire module,” consisting of 12 hours of instruction, even in Class VIII and Class VII.
Coding is a creative activity that students from any discipline can engage in. It plays a vital role in developing computational thinking, enhancing problem-solving skills, improving critical thinking, and exposing students to real-life situations to address problems across various domains.
The primary goal is to simplify the coding learning experience by nurturing design thinking and logical flow of ideas, making it applicable across different subjects. The strong foundations laid in the early years will enable students to develop competencies in areas such as AI, data sciences, and other disciplines.
As a result, CBSE has introduced a ‘Coding’ skill module, consisting of 12 hours of instruction, for students in classes VI-VIII starting from the 2021-2022 academic session.
At DPSM, the block coding program has been successfully introduced to grade 6 students, enriching their technological learning process. These young programmers are eagerly embracing new concepts with great interest and enthusiasm.
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