Inter School Competition
Doon Public School, Paschim Vihar hosted its 12th Annual Inter-school G. K. Quiz recently . The event was sponsored by NIE and saw zealous participation from more than 25 prestigious schools of Delhi. The first round was conducted online using the SAS technology and eliminated all but four teams who went through the rigours of the final round. The avid finalists were quizzed on miscellaneous subjects such as market brands, films, personalities and even e games. The Language and Literature Round stumped the contestants reinforcing the need to read more. KIIT World School emerged the leaders closely followed by Cambridge Foundation School. The winners were awarded trophies and gifts by the School Manager, Mr. N. V. Sarat Chandran who appreciated all the participants for their efforts.
September 27, 2016
Doon Public School, Paschim Vihar organized the 13th Mathematics Inter school Bhaskara Award Competition on 27 August 2016 in the school premises in order to test the mathematical skills of the students.
The aim of this examination is to gauge the reasoning and analytical skills of the students. The students were tested on the basis of their understanding and application of the mathematical concepts. The exam was held for the students of classes IV to IX who were divided into three different groups.
Around 800 students from 55 reputed schools of Delhi participated in this competition. The winners in each group will be rewarded a sum of Rs.1500/- Rs.1200/- and Rs. 1000/- respectively on the basis of their performance. The teachers from the participating schools highly appreciated this examination and the efforts of the school in promoting mathematics among the students every year.
Inter school Graffiti Competition
An inter school Graffiti competition, ‘MAGIC LANTERN’, was held at Doon Public School, PaschimVihar. It was one of the most vibrant event of the Art & Craft Exhibition, ‘TECHNE 2016’. The competition was held on 29th August 2016 in which number of prestigious schools participated.
Each team of three members poured the innovative ideas with exuberant and vivacious colours, patterns on the canvas. The teams created exemplary marvels (graffitis)with exotic assemblance of the innovative sequencing under the given theme- THE TRANSITION IN WORLD CINEMA.
The judges for the interschool graffiti competition were the Art & Craft Teacher, Mr. Salvi and our school Manager, Mr. N.V. Sarat Chandran. The winners painted the town red with their outstanding pieces of graffiti. The team from Rukmini Devi Public School (Pitampura), bagged the first prize.The second prize was won by the team from Lancer Convent School (Rohini). Ganga International (HiranKudna) clinched the third prize.
Doon Public School celebrated its annual day on 19 December 2015 with great pomp and show. The occasion was graced by many eminent personalities including Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi, Chancellor, Global Open University, Nagaland. The program commenced with an instrumental performance by the talented students of Doon. It was followed by a spectacular ballet 'Friends Forever' performed by the tiny tots of the pre primary wing of the school. The celebrations continued with the junior ballet 'Tatvamasi' performed by the students of the primary and middle wing of the school.
The celebration reached its peak with the appreciation of the academic excellence of the wizards of Doon who have brought laudata-fancyboxs to the school with their diligence and sincerity. Prizes and certificates were awarded to the students on the basis of their outstanding performance in both the curricular and co curricular activities.
The program came to its climax with Doon vision given by Mr. M.G.Vasan , chairman of the governing body.of the school.The program came to its close with the much awaited senior ballet 'Vasudeva Katumbhakam' performed by the senior students which was highly appreciated by the audience. All in all, the event was a moment to be remembered by all.
|INTER- SCHOOL DANCE COMPETITION HELD DURING TARANGINI, 2015|
Doon Public School, organized Music & Dance Fest cum Exhibition, TARANGINI 2015 on 26th and 27th August, 2015. As a part of this fest, the school organized an Inter-school Dance Competition on both days. The judges for the event were Mr. James, a music maestro & Ms. Sonali Ved Prakash, a renowned dancer.
On 26th August 2015, 8 schools from different areas of Delhi participated in the Inter-school Classical Dance Competition which was won by Lancer’s Convent School. The Heritage School, Rohini got 2nd prize, followed by GD Goenka, Rohini who won the 3rd prize.
10 schools participated on 27th August, 2015 in the Inter-school Folk Dance Competition. This was again won by Lancer’s Convent, followed by St. Mark’s Girl’s Sr. Sec. School who won the 2nd prize and Cambridge Foundation School, Rajouri bagged the 3rd prize. The winners were awarded with certificates and trophies by Mr. Sarat Chandran, the Manager; Ms. Vandana Sachdev, the Principal; Ms. Helen Acharya, the Chief Guest.
|DOON HOSTS TARANGINI--MUSIC & DANCE FEST CUM EXHIBITION|
DOON PUBLIC SCHOOL, Paschim Vihar hosted TARANGINI--a Music & Dance Festival cum Exhibition on Wednesday-Thursday, 26-27 August 2015 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm in the school premises. This two-day Fest showcased an Exhibition on the evolution of Music & Dance; Performances of Music & Dance; and an Inter-School Dance Competition. The event featured instrumental & vocal music as well as classical, folk & international dance displays by budding young student artists. The event was designed to bring together a cultural extravaganza. Special Guests included eminent personalities from the Music & Dance world namely Mr. Shashadhar Acharya & Mrs. Helen Acharya (Classical Dancers), Kalamandalam Sreekumar (Professional percussionist); Guruvayur Prof. T.V. Manikandan (Asstt. Professor, Faculty of Music & Fine Arts, D.U.), Ms. Ranjana Gauhar (acclaimed Odissi dancer) & Dhana Rani Devi (classical Manipuri dancer).
The exhibition showcased the beautiful, intricate details of the different states of India - their colourful and vibrant culture and heritage. India’s diversity in all its splendor was brought under one roof. The event witnessed a large turnout because of the unique concept of the 'Fest cum exhibition on Music and Dance' which was admired by one & all.The Music & Dance Exhibition also put on display the various musical instruments starting from the bygone era till the contemporary times showcasing the historical evolution of our ancient heritage which was brought alive through real, Live-performances of music & dance by our budding artists. The fest also included an Inter-School Dance Competition which let lose the dance mania and brought forth the inherent passion in our youngsters. To mark the festival of Onam, the school also held an Inter-School Rangoli Competition. This Fest cum Exhibition was Doon's humble effort to recognize the latent capabilities of the young students, to encourage in them the spirit of competition, to cultivate all rounder personalities and to help them achieve excellence in extra-curricular activities.
The dignitaries from the school included the Vice Chairperson – Ms. Geetha Vasan, the Manager – Mr. Sarat Chandran, the Director – Ms. Sumy Vasan Tiwari, the Principal – Ms. Vandana Sachdev and the Head Mistress – Ms. Vidhu Vijayan.
The Music & Dance faculty, Social Science faculty, the Art & Craft Faculty and all other staff members were commended for the grand success of the event TARANGINI by the Management of the school.
The Fest cum Exhibition brought the CULTURAL WEEK at Doon Public School to a joyful and memorable end. The school had been abuzz during the CULTURAL WEEK with activities galore which included INTER-SCHOOL events of 'Hasya Kavi Sammelan', the 'G.K.Quiz Wizard', the 'English Face-to-Face', 'Rangoli' and 'Dance'. The Cultural Week kicked-off with the humorous 'Hasya Kavi Sammelan' and culminated with TARANGINI--the Music & Dance Festival cum Exhibition. Doon Public School added yet another feather to its cap by hosting this one of a kind and unique Music & Dance Festival cum Exhibition.
|Annual Inter School G.K. Quiz Wizard 2015|
Event in-charge: Ms. Shikha gupta, Ms. Aarti Sharma
Quiz master: Mr. Banerjee
Compering: Tanya (XII-C), Diya (XI-D)
Script: Ms. Ishmeet Kohli
The annual inter school G.K. quiz wizard 2015 was an exhilarating show, cast out in 10 rounds which were preceded by a pdata-fancyboximinary SAS round.
Four teams were shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the pdata-fancyboximinary round. The shortlisted teams had to contend against each other in the main quiz in various different categories.
The questions were a meticulous mix from across different genres. The teams were assessed on their respective scores at the end of the final round (Rapid Fire Round).
The audience was thoroughly motivated by the special audience rounds, which let them be a part of the quiz and win some exciting prizes.
All the teams played in full zeal and determination. Cambridge Foundation School managed to bag the first position followed by Bal Bharati Public School at the second spot, while St. Francis De Sales School secured the third position, Lancer’s Convent school was at the fourth spot.
The prize distribution ceremony was convened by the director, Ms. Sumy Vasan Tiwari, who congratulated the children with her motivating words.
|INTER-SCHOOL ENGLISH FACE-TO-FACE COMPETITION 2015|
|DAY, DATE : Monday, 24 August 2015
TIME: 9:30 am
VENUE: Seminar Hall
ORGANISED BY: ENGLISH FACULTY [DOON PUBLIC SCHOOL]
INCHARGES : Ms. DIVYA JOSEPHINE & Ms. ISHMEET KOHLI
DOON ORGANISED INTER-SCHOOL ENGLISH FACE-TO-FACE 2015
Doon Public School's English Faculty organised INTER-SCHOOL ENGLISH FACE-TO-FACE 2015 on Monday, 24 August 2015.
It was a debate with a difference. It was the School's endeavour to take debating to an altogether different level by providing a platform to the students of classes 11 & 12-- where they debated logically and intelligently on real-world-issues i.e. contemporary concerns.
The Vice-Chairperson Ms. Geetha Vasan and the Manager Mr. Sarat Chandran graced the event as the Chief Guest.
The esteemed Judge for the event was the Director - Ms. Sumy Vasan Tiwari.
Another important invitee was the Principal Ms. Vandana Sachdev.
This Inter-School debate brought together teams from a number of Delhi's prestigious schools under one roof to compete against each other. Each school had sent in a team of 4 members who debated in pairs. There were 'Three Rounds' namely the Pdata-fancyboximinary Round which comprised a quick test on General Awareness via SAS [Smart Assessment System], the Semi-Final Round wherein the topics for debate were TERRORISM AND CIVIL LIBERTIES--“Protecting the public from terrorism should come before civil liberties." and "INDUSTRIALISATION IN INDIA does not benefit the rural poor" and the Final Round debate was on the topic ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION -- "Financial incentives provide the best solution to the crisis of organ and tissue donation ".
All the teams had done an in-depth research on their topics and debated well. The Judge and the audience too grilled the debating teams with their questions and received convincing arguments. There were heated team-exchanges, too.
The proud winner of the Face-to-Face trophy was the team from Ganga International School, Hirankudna. The Runners-up trophy was bagged by Cambridge Foundation and the Consolation prize went to Lancers Convent and St. Margaret Sr. Sec. School.
|Hasya Kavita Pratiyogita|
|20th August, 2015
Doon Public School
An inter-school Hilarious Poem Competition ‘Hasya Kavita Pratiyogita’ was organized by Doon Public School on 20th August, 2015 at the school’s seminar hall. Fifty students from twenty five different schools participated in the competition. The hilarious element elements and amusing compositions not only entertained the audiences but also took the event at an appreciable level.
The confidence, facial expressions and gestures of the participants were highly commendable. The jury for the event involved Mrs. Harsh Vij and Mrs. Rita Dubey, who have immensely contributed to Hindi.
Jury’s decision was aptly accepted by the competing teams. Following were the winners:Category for Class-7
For the conclusion of the event, the school thanked all the participants and appreciated Hindi department’s efforts in organizing the successful event.