Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden celebrated Van Mahotsav week from 29th July 2019 to 5th August 2019 with an array of beautiful activities for classes (VIII-XII) such as Poster Designing, Slogan Writing, Poetry Recitation, Street Play Presentation on the Theme-Beat Plastic Pollution.

 Valedictory Function was organised  on 5th August, Monday which was attended by our honourable Founder Principal Dr (Mrs) M Barsaley, Respected Principal Dr S. K. Sharma ,Vice-Principal Mr. Vibhu Shrotria and worthy Incharges Mr. M. P. Arora, Mrs. P Sobti and Mrs. A. Srivastav.

The event  started with the welcome of our Chief Guest IAS Shri Kuldeep Pakad( D.M. Shahdara and chairman of Jal Shakti Abhiyan,) accompanied by Shri Agrim Kaushal(Economic Advisor, Govt. of India),  Shri Debasis Biswal(SDM Shahdara), Shri Virender Singh( Deputy Director, Education zone), HOS Shri D.K. Meenaji  and Mr. Vivek Aggarwal (A.D.M.).

Ahead of this ,the celebration  began with a flag off by our  Chief Guest for  the Rally of class IX. Students encouraged the locals about the theme, enthusiastically followed by tree plantation by the dignitaries and all distinguished guests in the school premises.The series of presentations included  melodious songs on Swachhta by class(VIII-IX)  , Poetry Recitation  by  class X , Street Play by  class( IX-X) and a magnificent  dance performance  on Nature by  class VIII.

  Van mahotsav  celebration was an ideal opportunity to instil the value of social responsibility among the students towards safeguarding nature.


Students of the Middle department welcomed the monsoon season and celebrated the festival of Teej on 3rd, August with great zeal and enthusiasm wearing colourful dresses, bangles, adorned their palms with mehndi,  the girls enjoyed the swings as the 'Teej' is also famous as the 'Festival of swings'. Melodious songs were played and the girls  danced on folk music. Founder principal Dr. Manik Barsaley graced the occasion along with Principal Dr. S.K. Sharma, Headmistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay and Incharges of all departments. They all enjoyed the program and adorned their hands with Henna.

An intraclass Mehndi competition was organized by the Neptune House for boys and girls. Bangles, Charts, Mehndi Designs, Mehndi cones were used to decorate the hall. Bangles and Ghewar were distributed as per the tradition.



Guru Purnima celebrations were hosted by the Hindi-Sanskrit Department on 16th July and 23rd July, 2019 to acknowledge the significance of Gurus in their life. On 16th of July students presented handmade cards and flowers to the Founder Principal Ma’am, the Principal and to the entire teaching fraternity. The students were engaged in activities like Card Making for Class VIII, Essay writing for Class IX and Poem Recitation for Class X. On 23rd July’19, The Chief Guest for the occasion Dr. Preeti, Assistant Professor, Vivekanand College lit the ceremonial lamp along with the school dignitaries while the shlokas were chanted by the students. A presentation highlighting the ritualistic respect of Guru Purnima was presented. Students staged a Skit on the Life of Maharana Pratap and his first Guru Maharani Jaiavanta Bai. Further, the students performed one act play based on the life of Kabirji and Guru Ramanand; Surdasji and Guru Vallabhacharya and many more, highlighting the aspects of a relationship between a Guru and his disciple. The occasion was concluded by a mesmerizing dance performance. The Chief Guest, Dr. Preeti and the School Principal, Dr. S.K. Sharma commended the students for their sparkling performances and blessed them to be triumphant in each and every strife of their life.


The premises of Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden was filled with pious spirit and optimistic religious vibes on September 1,2018 when the students of Mars House exhibited their devotional trait and staged a rock solid splendid fashion show cum competition of ‘Ladoo-Gopal Ji’ on the occasion of Janamashtmi, a festival celebrated all across India as the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna. As per the programme, students of class V, VI and VII brought their Laddoo Gopal ,well decked up in fascinating attires and ornaments. All the participants, keeping in mind the rules and regulations of the competition, added their creative skills to accentuate the lord Vishnu’s incarnation as Laddo-Gopal and made beautiful articles that are intrinsic part of his life like flute, butter etc. The ambience created by the beautiful varying idols of Laddo Gopal left everyone spellbound and spiritual hymns in the background captivated the souls of whoever visited it. Finally, last phase of the programme, the prize distribution ceremony held in the presence of the Headmistress Mrs. P.Upadhyay. First prize was awarded to Harshita (VII G) and Abhijay Kastoor (VII F),second prize; Jazzy (V C) and Divya(V C),third prize Meesam (VI D) and Kanishk(VI F),consolation prize was given to Aditya (VI D) and Bhumika (VIIA)and the efforts of all other participants were appreciated by presenting  a pen to them.


To mark the celebration of the sacrosanct festival, the students of Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden, Mars House (Middle Wing) presented a wonderfully woven skit on August 25,2018 in the special assembly. It threw light on how Rani Karamwati of Chittorgarh, acting as a regent to his son, sought help from the Mughal Emperor Humayun by sending a rakhi to him ,on being attacked by Bahadur Shah of Gujarat.. In addition, class V, VI and VII students decked up the display boards with beautiful sketches and colorful handmade rakhis.


The Founder Principal, Mrs. (Dr.) Manik Barsaley, the Principal (Dr.) S.K Sharma, Vice Principal, Headmistress and all the Incharges bestowed their blessings and good wishes upon  the students.


Hartalika Teej welcomes the monsoon season and is celebrated primarily by girls and women with songs , enactments, dances and prayer rituals. With this zeal and fervour , the students of Uranus House , Middle Department celebrated the festival of Teej on 13th August 2018 in the school premises.

A skit was presented by the students aimed at informing the legend behind celebrating the festival. The students were dressed appropriately for the skit and enacted the scene related to Goddess Parvati and her devotion for Lord Shiva.

This was followed by a vibrant and colourful folk dance by the girls which left the audience spellbound.

Mehndi competition was also organised for the students of classes V , VI, VII. Girls applied mehndi on the hands of the Founder Principal Dr. (Mrs.) M. Barsaley. Headmistress Mrs. Purnima Uppadhyay gave away the prizes to the winners of the competition.  

The programme came to an end with bangles and ghewar distribution among the present dignitaries and the staff as per the tradition of the festival.


The harvest festival, Baisakhi, was celebrated with a lot of zeal and fervor in Greenfields 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 captivating Bhangra 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.