harvest festival, Baisakhi, was celebrated with a lot of zeal and fervor
Public School, Middle Wing on 12th April, 2018 in the morning
assembly. The event hosted by Jupiter House presented a very lively,
colourful and vibrant show. The celebrations commenced with two students
giving an overview of this festival and its historic significance. A
group of girls, beautifully clad in traditional Punjabi attires
presented an enthralling Gidda performance. It was followed by a
performance by a group of boys. It was such a powerful and energetic
performance that even the teachers and the students standing in the
audience couldn’t resist dancing. The whole school campus reverberated
with the dhol beats and everyone tapped their feet along. The programme
was well enjoyed by the students as well as the teachers.
grand fete was organized in the school premises for the students of
class VIII-XII on
31st January, 2017. The unprecedented mega event was inaugurated by the
honorable Principal Dr. S.K. Sharma. The students heartily welcomed our
respected Principal Sir and presented a bouquet as a token of love and
reverence. The event was graced by the benign presence of our beloved
and honorable Founder Principal Dr.
Manik Barsaley, respected Vice Principals Mr. Vibhu Shrotria and Mrs.
Pooja Vipul Barsaley and worthy Incharges.
The event was full of enthusiasm and entertainment. Several stalls were
put up by
respective classes with many exciting games and rewards. All the
children relished the delectable food and grooved on the peppy music.
The carnival started with amusement and ended with lots of happiness. It
was a delightful and a memorable day full of fun and frolic.
House celebrated Basant Panchami on 22nd January on the first floor near
The programme started with the pooja to
Goddess Saraswati. Founder Principal Maam, Principal Sir, Vice
Principals and the Incharges performed the pooja and sought the
blessings of Saraswati. On this occasion the vice captains of Jupiter
House presented maam and sir with shawls as a token of their love and
respect. Two students recited
and expressed their feelings about vibrancy of the spring season. The
students performed Saraswati Vandana, thus venerating the Goddess of
learning, knowledge and arts. The next performance was a dance entitled
‘Shubharambh’, which means welcoming the spring season. The third dance
welcomed the wonderful basant panchami with drumbeats elation and
exuberance with their feet tapping number.
The event concluded with words of blessing
by Founder Principal Maam and Principal Sir. All the classes offered
flowers and prayers to Saraswati and Prasad was distributed to everyone.
A bright Saturday morning on 23rd December
2017 brought with it Christmas celebrations at Greenfields Public
School, Dilshad Garden where the students of Middle Department of Saturn
House presented a play depicting the birth
of Jesus Christ. It was a
beautiful experience which was very informative.
The special assembly witnessed an enthralling western dance performance
which ignited the spirit of enjoyment and added to the joyous
celebration of Christmas. This also made students aware of unity in
diversity and the spirit of sharing and caring for each others’ cultural
values. The students as well as the teachers played the role of Santa
Claus at the end of the
programme by waving and handshaking with the
audience to build forever memories of the day.
The day also encompassed students’ efforts in decorating Christmas tree
and in putting up different decorations which made them aware about the
importance of Christmas tree and stars and how they are symbols of
eternity and peace. At the end, sweets were distributed among all the
students and teachers. The programme was appreciated by the students and
Public School celebrated Christmas Festival on Wednesday, 20th December
2017, with great exuberance and excitement. The momentous occasion was
graced by the presence of Hon’ble Founder-Principal Ma’am, Respected
Principal Sir, Vice Principals, Incharges, House Incharge and Activity
The event was started with the speech given
by Lovneesh XI-C3, highlighting the spirit
of Christmas , the birth and the sacrifices of Jesus Christ for the sake
of humanity followed by a rendition of
Carols by school choir which kindled the entire celebration with superb
Afterwards, Santa Claus, who was dressed in
red and white attire arrived with bag full of candies and gifts which
were distributed amongst all.
At the end of the celebrations, Mam and Sir
expressed their delight on seeing such enthusiasm in children who
brought the spirit of Christmas to life.
Moreover, Senior students also took part in
Christmas decorations and bedecked the Christmas tree which became the
point of attraction for one and all.
GURU NANAK DEV JI’S
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS (Nepture House)
Ek Omkaar Satnam.....Guru Nanak Devji
On 3rd Nov 2017 Neptune House of Greenfields Public School keeping in
view the secular
ethos of the school celebrated and rejoiced in the spirit of the
festival Guru Nanak Jayanti.
The students’ depicted glimpses of the
sacred life lived by Guru Nanak Devji. Guru Nanak Jayanti which marks
the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru was celebrated with
Enthusiasm in the school premises when the students depicted
religious ceremony observed in the Gurudwara on this day and also sang
the Shabad Gurbani.
Senior wing student aditya emphasize the
teachings of the first Sikh Guru. Students also
distributed the Guru prasada to fellow students and staff members.
Serenity and calmness floated in the air
with the beautiful humming of the shabads and it paved the way for a
very fruitful and productive day for all.
her closing address founder Principal cum manager Mrs. Manik barsaley
told the gathering that we forever seek God’s blessings for the
greenarians and hope to be on the right and blessed path as
chosen by Him. She added that the students through celebrations must
have learnt the acts of offering of food for bhakti (devotion) and seva
(service). Mam sang bhakti song ‘satguru main teri patang ” in her
melodious voice .
The festival was celebrated by all the
students with great pride, honor and respect.
GURU NANAK DEV JI’S
The birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji
was celebrated with great fervour and gaiety by the Middle Department on
3rd November , 2017. A special assembly was organised by Jupiter House
to mark the importance of the day. The celebrations began with a student
giving an overview of Guru Nanak Ji’s life and his teachings through
It was followed by a ‘Prabhat Pheri’ in which a group of students clad
in traditional Punjabi attires chanted shabads while taking a round of
school corridors passing on the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji .The
whole school campus reverberated with the sound of holy shabads. The
students also presented ‘shabad kirtan’ in which they praised Guru Nanak
Dev Ji in all his glory .Kadha Prashad was distributed among the
students and teachers. The event motivated the students to follow and
emulate the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in their lives.
‘Prabhat Pheri’ and ‘Shabad Kirtan’ was highly appreciated by the
Founder Principal , Dr. (Ms.) Manik Barsaley , the Principal , Dr. S.K
Sharma , Headmistress , Mrs. P Upadhyay and Incharges.
(SENIOR SECONDARY DEPARTMENT)......
special Assembly was held in the premises of Greenfields Public School
October, 2017 to commemorate the 86th Birth Anniversary of Dr. A.P.J
Abdul Kalam and to celebrate the most auspicious occasion of Deepawali.
The Assembly commenced with the lighting of the lamp by Honourable
Founder Principal Ma’am, Honourable Principal Sir, Respectable
Vice-principals and the Incharges.
Students paid tribute to Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, a great visionary on his
Nachiketa of XII presented his views on the book ‘The Ignited Minds’ and
Rhythm of XI shared the achievements of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Poems
by Kanishk and Prabal of class VIII, Ameesha and Akshita of X and Aditi
of IX highlighting the achievements of Dr. Kalam who was not only a role
model but an inspiration for everyone.
The students of Saturn House heralded the festival of lights, Diwali, by
presenting a cultural extravaganza with a lot of joy and enthusiasm. A
skit titled ‘Rama - Ravana Samvadh’ was dramatised showcasing the
victory of truth
evil followed by an inspiring Dance cum Drama ‘Bharat Milap’. A
captivating Diya dance was the highlight of the day. The School Founder
Principal, Dr. Mrs. Manik Barsaley, Principal, Dr. S.K. Sharma, Vice
Principals and In-Charges appreciated the students for their wonderful
performance and wished all a very happy and prosperous Diwali. The
students took a pledge to have a pollution free and eco-friendly Diwali
and save plants for the future generation. The Assembly concluded with
Diwali was celebrated with great religious
spirits , devotion and exhilaration on 13th October , 2017 in the school
premises. To mark the auspicious occasion of Diwali , the students of
Jupiter House , Middle Department , enthralled the audience by
presenting an elegant traditional diya dance performance in the morning
assembly. A group of girls clad beautifully in traditional attire
depicted ‘Ganesh Vandana ’ through their graceful dance moves and
It was followed by a group of students , arrayed in traditional attires
depicting various scenes from the ‘Ramayana’ that left the audience
spell bound. All the characters portrayed their roles convincingly. The
audience thoroughly enjoyed the ‘Glimpses from Ramayana’ as it was a
great way to get in touch with our glorious mythology.
Likewise , to pass on the message to celebrate a safe and cracker free
Diwali , a didactic nukkad natak was presented by the Eco Club. A group
of students very realistically depicted the ill effects of using
crackers on Diwali . The audience found the skit very compelling.
The Head of the Eco Club , Ms. Asha Arora motivated the students to
celebrate eco-friendly Diwali in her address. She emphasized at length
on the ill-effects and hazardous impact of crackers on us and animals.
She also pointed out the adverse
health effects of the residue of these
highly toxic crackers on our environment. This made the students to
resolve to celebrate a safe and cracker free Diwali this year.
The event was highly appreciated by Founder Principal , Dr. Manik
Barsaley , Principal, Dr. S.K. Sharma and Headmistress , Mrs. Purnima
Upadhyay. The event brought awareness among the students about
traditional customs related to the festival and it was enjoyed by one
III EFFECTS OF BURNING
Diwali is soon approaching and people tend
to burn crackers for the sake of fun and merriment. On 10th October
2017, under the aegis of Directorate of Education, a power point
presentation was shown to all the students from class VIII-XII to create
awareness about the ill effects and harmful impact from bursting
firecrackers. Most of the chemical composition is meant for loud sound
producing crackers. The teachers interacted with the students and also
informed them that the Supreme Court has banned the bursting of
firecrackers or any noise generating firecrackers of high decibel to
control noise pollution. Further the PPT also depicted the fact that
noise pollution can lead to hypertension, hearing loss, rise in blood
pressure, asthma breathing problems and eye injuries besides burning
cases. Maximum number of students were of the opinion that a Diwali
with lights, flowers and sweets is happy diwali in true sense.
Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with
great religious spirits and fervour on 18th August , 2017 in the
school premises. To mark the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami, the
students of Jupiter House enthralled the audience by presenting an
exquisite folk dance performance in the morning assembly.The dance
performance beautifully depicted ‘Raas Leela’ of gopis and Lord Krishna
. The students clad in traditional attires depicted various scenes from
the life of Lord Krishna through their dance that left the audience
The dance performance was appreciated by
Founder Principal , Dr. Manik Barsaley, Principal ,Dr. S.K. Sharma and
Headmistress, Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay. They encouraged the children to
celebrate the traditional festivals with gaiety and enthusiasm.
In the end, makhan and mishri was
distributed as prasad. The event brought awareness among the students
about traditional customs related to the festival and it was enjoyed by
one and all.
is the festival that celebrates the bounty of nature rain and greenery
activities, rituals and customs. Women come together to mark the
celebration with dancing, henna coloured hands, wearing colourful
clothes and playing under trees on swings. With the same zeal and
fervor, Venus House celebrated Teej festival on 26th July, 2017 in the
Mehndi and Bangle decoration competitions
were organized for the students of class V, VI, VII.
applied Mehndi on the hands of the Founder Principal Dr. M.Barsaley,
Vice Principal Mrs. Pooja Barsaley, Headmistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhayay.
Girls adorned in beautiful and colourful
Rajasthani dresses and danced on the tunes of
traditional Rajasthani folk music. Founder Principal Dr. M. Barsaley,
Principal Dr. S.K Sharma and Headmistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhayay gave
away prizes to the winners of Mehndi and Bangle decoration competition.
The programme came to an end with Bangles
and Ghewar distribution among the present dignitaries and staff as per
the tradition of Teej. The programme was highly appreciated by everyone.
Greenfields Public School (Middle
Department) celebrated Diwali with great zeal and fervour on 25th
October, 2016 in the school premises. The students of Venus House
organized a special assembly on this occasion. To mark the celebrations,
the students of Venus House presented a beautiful musical skit depicting
the homecoming of Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Lakshmana to Ayodhya after
completing the exile of fourteen years. The entire school campus
rejoiced with religious fervor. Following this, was a heart-touching
skit based on the lives of poor potters who make diyas. The skit gave a
message that the festival of Diwali is about sharing our gifts with
others and dispel darkness from the lives of others. This was followed
by an enthralling dance performance by a group of students. The
celebrations culminated with a message that was given through a Nukkad
Natak. The students tried to create awareness among the students about
the damage done by the use of excessive crackers through this natak.
Along with this, the students decorated their respective classes nicely.
They also had Lakshmi poojan followed by fun-filled class party
wherein the students brought famous dishes of different states. Overall
the celebrations were a great success.
October 7, 2016 Greenfields Public School celebrated Navratri. The
students of Neptune house presented a colourful & wonderful musical
ballet ‘Navdurga’ to depict the different forms of the goddess “Durga”
who symbolizes power. There are many
incarnations of goddess Durga like Kali, Chandraghanta , Brahamacharini
etc. The Durga Puja festival epitomizes the victory of good over evil.
Through the programme , students not only enjoyed a lot but also learnt
the value of being good, truthful & honest. It also consisted of a
performance on “Dandiya Raas” alongwith Garbha in the honour of goddess
Durga as it is a convention in north India to impress the goddess
through “dandiya raas” before worship( aarti).The programme was lauded
by Head- Mistress Mrs. P. Upadhayay & In-Charges.
Greenfields Public school, Dilshad Garden
celebrated the occasion of Guru Poornima on 19th July 2016, in the
To mark their love, affection & respect
towards teachers ‘Tilak Abhishek’ of the teachers was done by the
A glimpse of Kurukshetra was shown where
supreme guru of the world (also named Jagat guru) lord Krishna gave
preaching to his disciple Arjuna.
Students recited shlokas along with
translation on karmayoga & the importance of Karma in our life.
After that students of class VI-VII
presented a Qwwali on the ‘Importance of Guru’.
In the end, Founder Principal Dr. Manik
Barsaley appreciated the programme. A cash prize of Rs.2100 was also
awarded to all the participants by the Founder Principal Madam to boost
up the confidence of the students.
She also asked few questions to the students
related to Guru Poornima and told them that they should always give
respect to their elders and teachers.
Head Mistress Mrs. Poornima Upadhyay and
Incharge Mrs. Sudha Chadha also appreciated the programme.