:: HEALTH CHECKUP CAMP AT GREENFIELDS! ::

A free medical health checkup camp for parents, faculty and staff was organized from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Nov 11,2017 at Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden. The camp was organized in collaboration with Litchi Health Care Solutions. A team of 15 members of Shanti Mukund Hospital including physicians, dieticians, physiotherapists and technicians arrived at the school with the aim to administer health checkup and to provide health counselling. Vice Principal, Ms. Pooja Barsaley and Activity Incharge, Mrs P. Sobti welcomed the doctors with flowers and expressed gratitude.

       Free physical examination along with CBC, blood sugar, blood pressure and ECG tests were provided by the hospital and 20% discount coupons were also given on remaining other diagnostics tests to be done in the hospital. Around 400 people were screened and checked in the camp and were provided free consultation by the doctors.

The camp was a successful initiative under the guidance of the Founder Principal, Dr. (Ms) Manik Barsaley and the Principal, Dr S. K Sharma.

 

:: MOCK DRILL ::

Keeping in mind the responsibility on part of the school to create awareness amongst the students about Disaster Management, a mock drill was conducted on November 7, 2017 at Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden in the Middle Department . The aim of the mock drill was to check the readiness and preparedness of the staff and students in times of any natural calamities. On hearing the sound of alarm hooter, the students were immediately escorted by their teachers to the assembly ground where the exit and assembling points were marked very clearly. The students were exhorted to be with teachers at the time of disaster and follow the instructions given by them. The whole building was cleared methodically and systematically within a time period of 7 minutes.
The drill was conducted in the presence of In charge and Head Mistress Mrs Purnima Upadhyay.

 

:: INTER-SCHOOL “RADIO SHOW” COMPETITION.  ::

The students of class VIII participated in an Inter school “Radio Show” competition held at Vivekananda Public School on 17.08.17. The theme of the radio show was Behtar India Campaign. It sensitized the students about the movement initiated by NDTV and DHFL Pramercia Life Insurance that focuses on three main pillars of the campaign – Health, Hygiene and Environment.

It was an extensive platform for the students to showcase their talent. Thirty eight schools participated in this competition and our students were highly praised by the judges for their prolific content, verbal proficiency, terrific coordination, didactic and entertaining presentation. Our students secured third prize for their enthralling performance. It was indeed a great learning experience for the participants.

:: ‘Social Science week’, ‘Dharohar’ ::

Social Science Week was celebrated in Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden from 21st August’ 17 to 25th August’17 whereby a plethora of activities was conducted during the week. It aimed not only at inspiring students to devote themselves wholeheartedly to commemorate our past but also engrossed themselves to contemporary social issues.

The events started with an inaugural function with lightening of lamp by chief guest Dr. Bhindi Wasini Pandey  & school management .Time Travel was the first  event in which students of class 8th and 9th participated depicting Ashoka’s life under supervision of Ms. Smita Sharma and Ms.Rupa S Raj . In this act they showed kalinga war and its consequences which changed Ashoka’s life whereby he started spreading the message of peace and harmony. The play was applauded by the all the designatories and audience.

On 25th of August 2017 Poster Making competition on communal harmony was observed under the supervision of Ms. Neelam Singh (incharge), Ms. Aayushi, Ms.Shristi and Ms. Smita whereby 300 students from class 8th, 9th and 10th  participated in this event. Through this activity they showed their imagination for a vision of new India where all religions and communities stand together and build a strong nation.

The enthusiasm, the devotion, the passion with which the students engrossed themselves in the celebration reflected that they are the true torchbearers to understand, analyse for better tomorrow and also they are the catalysts to restore our rich cultural heritage.

 

:: INTERSCHOOL SCIENCE DEBATE COMPETITION ::

The students of Greenfields Public School participated in the Interschool Science Fest ‘Dr. R.P. Malik Scientia Fiesta-2017’ organized by Lovely Public School, P.D. Vihar on 10th August, 2017. The main events of the programme were science model exhibition, science debate, sciencetoonics and science drama, in which nearly twenty schools participated. The events mainly intended to encourage the love for science amongst the youth today and gave them a platform to enhance their creativity and innovative ideas.

Sahil Singh and Himanshu Kain of Class X-C and X-E respectively participated in the science debate competition on the topic ‘Can alternative sources of energy effectively replace fossil fuels?’ The students gave a spectacular performance and spoke for and against the topic. Sahil Singh secured second position in debate competition. The students were highly appreciated by the judges for their intonation, content and pronunciation. All the participants were also presented with pen in memory of Dr. R. P. Malik as a symbol of appreciation.

 

:: HELPING HANDS SPREAD SMILES ::

“A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal.”

 With the vision to inculcate the virtue of love and compassion , giving and sharing , and above all to sensitize students towards the needs of underprivileged section of the society, a donation drive was conducted by the students of class V, VI and VII of Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden for the NGO “Goonj”  in the month of April 2017. All the students and teachers took active participation,  and showed immense involvement in the activity.

   The students donated old, reusable stationery, bags, water bottles and soft toys and packed them nicely with lot of zeal and enthusiasm. A team of students and teachers kept in touch with the volunteers Harshie and Shuchi from Goonj on regular basis and the same exciting and productive insight about the activity was imparted to the students which encouraged them to be a part of it. Finally the collected articles were donated at Goonj Collection Centre, AGCR Enclave, Delhi.

  In all it was an enlightening experience for the students and a reminder to us all that each one of us has the capacity to bring a small change in someone’s life.

 

:: KURUKSHETRA TRIP ::

On 16th December, 2016, Greenfields Public School organized an educational trip to Kurukshetra for the students of Class IX under the supervision of our In-charge Mr. M.P. Arora, in which 262 students participated and were escorted by 15 teachers. The students assembled at the school premises and the journey started at 6:15 am sharp. The first stoppage was at Haveli in Karnal where the students relished the delicious breakfast and enjoyed the DJ. Then the group headed to Kalpana Chawla Museum where the students were shown a movie on “What it needs to be an Astronaut”. The movie was highly inspiring and was enjoyed by the students.

The next destination was Jyotisar which has a mythological significance. It is evident from the scriptures of Mahabharata that it is the very place where Lord Krishna had preached Arjuna and it is also said that the trees and the animals that heard these preaching are still alive. The students had a spiritual experience and were enlightened by the thought.

Next, the students visited Panorama and Krishna museum. They also visited the science museum which showcased the various principles and theorems of science and mathematics with the help of working models and pictorial representations. The Krishna museum exhibited the life history of Lord Krishna in a sequential manner. The students relived the moments and were enthralled by the experience. Lastly, we had our delicious lunch at Saffron and left for Delhi and were served the refreshments on the way. The buses reached the school by 9.00 pm and day ended at a good note wherein all the students were safely handed over to their parents. A questionnaire was provided to the students based on the trip.

 

:: SWACHCHTA AWARD ::

On the occasion of World Cleanliness Day i.e 12th December, 2016 an Award ceremony was organized by National Institute of Cleanliness Education and Research at India International Centre, 40, Lodi Road, New Delhi.

The Award was conferred upon by the Chief Guest- Mrs. Anupriya Patel, Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India. Dr. Mrs. Manik Barsaley, Founder Principal cum Manager was bestowed with a Special Award and the group comprising of Principal- Dr. S.K Sharma. Vice Principal- Mr. Vibhu Shrotria, Mrs. Punita Duggal, HOD Biology and Mrs Swati Kumari –TGT Hindi along with four students received the prestigious award for having meticulously planned the campaign and executed the activities under the guidance and leadership of the committee chief- Mr. Manjeet Singh.

The Award was received in the benign presence of Vice Chancellors of University of Jaipur, Lucknow, Jamia Hamdard,  Darbhanga, Atal Behari University to name a few and the awardees of other schools. The eminent Guests enunciated their views on the cleanliness campaign, the role of schools and commended the schools and the award winners for the efforts put in to achieve the desired goals. The students and the teachers were ecstatic at their achievement. Also the efforts were appreciated by the Founder Principal.

 

:: SELF DEFENSE TRAINING ::

It is deemed essential at Greenfields that the girls walk tall and are able to protect and defend themselves in any difficult and problematic situation. The curriculum incorporates lessons in Judo and Self Defence especially for girls to help them cope with such situations.

Self Defence classes were organized for the girls of class XI from 26th August, 2016 to 14th September, 2016 wherein they were imparted physical training to defend themselves and how to avert any such undesirable situation be it any place. The training was imparted in the school premises by ASI’s- Mrs. Draupadi and Mrs. Priyanka who taught various techniques and skills to the pupils. The lessons intensified the confidence of the girls who took keen interest and delight in learning.

On 14th September, 2016 the Valedictory function was organized in the school. The Guests for the day A.K Singla- DCP North East, Mr. Hareshwar Singh- ACP and Mr. Manjeet Tomar- SHO were accorded a warm floral welcome and a small cultural program was presented in their honour. The trainees exhibited their skills on the lessons they had learnt in self-defence and thereafter certificates were awarded to them by DCP- A.K Singla. He in his address commended the efforts of the school in taking requisite steps to empower girls and their holistic development.

Vote of thanks was proposed by the Vice Principal- Mr. Vibhu Shrotria and the programme culminated with the National Anthem.

:: EUPHORIC MOMENT FOR GREENFIELDS! ::

It was celebration time as Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden saw each and every one caught up in euphoria as ‘The Best Teacher’s State Award’ was conferred upon the Vice Principal- Mrs. Pooja V. Barsaley by the  Govt. of NCT of Delhi on the apt occasion of Teachers’ Day on the 5th September, 2016 at Thyagraj Stadium, Thyagraj Nagar, Delhi.

The lavish award function was presided over by the Deputy Chief Minister- Mr Manish Sisodia and the honours were done by very renowned Mr Piyush Mishra and Mrs Punya S. Shrivastava - the Secretary (Education). The award was received in the benign presence of Dr (Mrs) M. Barsaley – Founder Principal, Dr S.K Sharma- Principal and Mr Vibhu Shrotria- Vice Principal who took great pride on the momentous occasion. Mrs Pooja V. Barsaley was made to feel like a celebrity as she ventured into the much awaited ceremony. She, an epitome of hard work and dedication has innumerable feats to her credit. Besides having worked hard to win International School Award and First position in 50th Youth Parliament competition, she brought innumerable feats and credentials to the school. Her magnetic and charismatic personality draws and attracts everyone towards her and helps her realize her goals. Her academic acumen and insight has paved the way for her to receive the prestigious award.

 
:: Inter School Shakespearean Quiz and Elocution Competition Organized by ELT@l ::

The students of class 8th and 9th  took part in an inter school Shakespearean Quiz and Elocution competition organized by ELT@I in collaboration with British Council and Cambridge university press at Bloomsbury International School on 6th August 2016. The students won first prize in the Quiz competition and second prize in Elocution competition.

Many interesting questions were asked to the students, testing each aspect of the Shakespearean life and works including his famous quotes. The quiz had a rapid fire round which made it more exciting for the students. The students showcased an excellent talent and performed brilliantly.

The artistic performance of the student in Elocution competition was appreciated by the judges for its representation of Mark Antony’s famous speech from the renowned play Julius Caesar. The entire speech was spoken in the original Shakespearean English. It was a wonderful and enriching learning experience for the students.

:: Inter School English Debate Competition ::

Inter School English Debate Competition was held at Adharshila Global School, Vasundhara on 3rd Aug,2016 and the topic was ‘Face to Face or Face Book’

Two students, Komal Rajput of XI C 3 and Nachiketa of XI B 1 participated in this event. Out of twenty schools, Nachiketa was adjudged the best speaker and won the second prize; He was awarded on the basis of his presentation, content and expression. Nachiketa spoke for the motion i.e. talking and discussing face and face is much more important and much more humane that talking via the internet. Emotions are a part of human life and without that life becomes faceless. Hence, Nachiketa opined that face to face is definitely better than Facebook. The Principal Mrs. Ritu Rajneesh and the judges applauded the students for their views, opinions which each and every student expressed very well with zeal and enthusiasm.

 

:: ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE ::

A team of twelve students took part in an inter school Shakespearean drama competition held at Vivekananda Public School, Anand Vihar on 2nd August 2016. The students won Third prize and received accolades for their enthralling performance.

The artistic performance of the team was appreciated by the judges for its conceptualisation and interpretation of the theme “Jealousy” in the renowned play Othello. All the dialogues were spoken in the original Shakespearean English. The representation of the theme offered an unparalleled experience to the viewers as it integrated all the dramatic elements including music, eye catching props and costumes.

The students showcased phenomenal talent and it was a wonderful and enriching learning experience for them.

"51st Youth Parliament Competition"

Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden, Delhi participated in the 51st Youth Parliament Competition, organized by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of India on 18 July 2016 in the school premises.

The programme started with the warm welcome of the distinguished jury members & guests Mr. Bratin Sen Gupta, Ex-member of the Parliament, Mr. R.C. Mohanty, Deputy Secretary, Mrs. Savidha Mohan, Section Officer, Dr. R.C. Sharma, Principal Govt. School, Mandoli, by the founder Principal Dr. Manik Barsaley.

The Parliament session started with the welcome of the Speaker followed by the oath or affirmation by the new members,  the obituary reference & introduction of new ministers. Thereafter, Question Hour session was conducted, where members raised various questions on the issues like government measures to improve education accessibility and teaching standards in the country, to implement the programmes & laws of ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyana’, issues aroused by NITI AAYOG Report, steps to tackle the problem of terrorism & establishment of fast track courts for the same. Issues were deliberated and answers were sought. After the Zero hour was conducted, the  Srilankan Parliamentary Delegation was welcomed.

The session continued with the calling attention motion on the exit of Britain out of European Union. Bills to amend the Mines and Mineral (Development & Regulation) Act 1957 was introduced & Women and Girl Child (Prevention of Atrocities) Bill 2012 was taken into consideration and passed with a majority.

The programme concluded with Mr. Bartin Sen Gupta & Mr. R. C. Mohanty’s address to the students. They congratulated the students for their zealous and enthusiastic performance and enlightened them with their inspiring views. At the end, names of the winners were announced by Mrs. Savidha Mohan.

 

I Position                                Lakshay Rana

 

II Position                               Shubhodeep Gupta

                                                 Shreya Dixit

III Position                             Shiva Chaudhary

                                                Sarvagya Prakash

 IV Position                             Shobhit

                                                Sakshi

                                              Anisha

 

EDUCATIONAL EXCURSION TO JIMCORBETT

A two day and two night trip was organized for the students of classes VIII to X by the Excursion committee of the school. The students visited Jim Corbett in two groups, one left on the 15th and the other on the 16th May, 2016. The students had a whale of the time as they enjoyed music, dance and chit chat enroute. On the arrival to the wild crest resort, they enjoyed the breakfast and proceeded to the waterfall trek, and walking up and down in the wild just enthralled the students. The trek was not only adventurous but exciting too. The waterfall premise saw everyone clicking pictures and posing for their besties. Thereafter the group proceeded to the resort, enjoyed the scrumptious lunch and dessert and rested in their rooms. At forenoon the Jim Corbet museum and the famous Gajaria temple were visited and everyone paid the tributes to Goddess Durga, crossing of the pebbled river bed was enjoyed the most by them! Soon after the dinner the students enjoyed the DJ and danced with full vigor and energy revitalizing them. The musical night enthralled them which were indeed a stress buster and a very pleasurable experience.

Next day in the wee hours of the morning the group went for the jungle safari and watched the surroundings with a keen eye to catch a glimpse of the fauna which is indeed a crucial part of our heritage. After breakfast one and all beat the summer heat in the swimming pool and thereafter retreated back to their home sweet home!!

 

ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE

A team of thirteen students took part in an inter school Shakespearean drama competition held at Indirapuram Public School, Pratap Vihar on May 7, 2016. The students won first prize and received accolades for their enthralling performance.

The artistic performance of the team was appreciated by the judges for its conceptualisation and interpretation of the theme “Jealousy” in the renowned play Othello. All the dialogues were spoken in the original Shakespearean English. The representation of the theme offered an unparalleled experience to the viewers as it integrated all the dramatic elements including music, eye catching props and costumes.

The students showcased phenomenal talent and it was a wonderful and enriching learning experience for them.

 

" 50TH YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITION "

A group of 68 students participated in the 50th Youth Parliament competition on 21st July, 2015 held in the school premises. The competition was organized by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs with the aim to inspire youth to express their views in an organized way and to seek emergence of bright future leaders. The occasion was graced by Mr. M.L Kaushik, DDE, Zone VI, the Chief Guest of the day and Mr. Bratin Sengupta- Ex Member of Parliament along with three other members to Judge the competition.

The guests were accorded a warm floral welcome after which a rigorous session commenced. Following the Parliamentary procedures the participant debated and deliberated on issues of Inflation, educational reforms, position of the country in Olympic games, Reservation of woman to name a few

After the session was adjourned, Mr. Bratin Sengupta appreciated and lauded the efforts of the teachers and students for putting up the commendable show.  Results of the participants were declared .The following students were the proud winners:-

                   

 

 

            NAME                           CLASS                   POSITION

1.      Mansi                        X E                            I

2.    Dhruv  Garg              XI C3                        II

3.     Trisha                       X E                          III

4.    Shreya                       X C                          III

5.    Anirudh                      XI C3                      III

  6.    PalakRampal               XI C2                       IV

7.    Prachi                         X B                           IV

  8.   DivyaSudershan           X B                           IV

 

GREENFIELDS CLINCHES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD

It was indeed a historic and euphoric moment for the Greenfields family to be the proud awardees of the ISA by British Council.

The entire school rejoiced on 28th April, 2015 as the news of the prestigious award unfolded. The Director Principal cum Manager Dr. (Mrs) M. Barsaley and Officiating Principal Dr. S. K. Sharma along with all in charges congratulated the ISA Coordinator Mrs. Pooja Barsaley and the dedicated team members for the conscientiously planned activities with International dimension and accomplishing them a lot of zeal and vigour.

The ISA Team was on cloud nine as their efforts led them on the crest of the wave and added a feather to the feats of the school.