UNICEF (12-12-2017)

Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden observed UNICEF day on 12th December 2017 in the classes through a power point presentation. The students of middle department were shown this presentation by the class teachers which contained a detailed information about the history, aim and objectives, need and functioning of the organisation. It was followed by a question answer session where the doubts and queries of the students were taken up.

The Headmistress Mrs.Purnima Upadhyay and Incharge Mrs. Sudha Chadha interacted with the students and gave them the message to learn, participate and socialize and develop their full potential.

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY (12-12-2017)

Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden observed Human Rights Day on 12th December 2017 in its premises through an interactive power point presentation for the classes 5th to 7th in zero period in the classes. The students were informed about the relevance of Human Rights in everyone's life and the values attached with them. They were informed about the human rights entitled to everyone. Some of the rights explained in detail to the students were right to freedom of thought, expression, social security, right to democracy and public assembly etc.

The logo of the human rights, UN was also shown and explained to the students. The session ignited the students' mind and helped them to understand how United Nations Organisation empower them all. They were able to understand the significance of their rights and duties. A quiz was also conducted by the class teachers after showing them the PPT so as to test their knowledge and understanding of the topic.

Ms. Purnima Upadhyay, Headmistress and Ms. Sudha Chadha, Incharge interacted with the students and guided them to study the history, role and function of United Nations.


In a diverse country like India it is difficult to accommodate a variety of cultures , languages, religions, castes etc. and run the country smoothly. Hence the constitution of India came into being in January 26,1950  with the purpose to ensure equality, tranquility , fraternity and frictionless  governance .Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden registered  the celebration of the Constitution Day on November 28,2017 in the morning assembly. A group of students from class VII exhibited a knowledge enriching session through which the preamble, fundamental rights and duties, history of its making and other salient features of our constitution were accentuated. In addition, mass pledge of the preamble was taken up by all which effused the feeling of patriotism. Moreover, a quiz competition was organized on November 29,2017 in zero period that helped students to refresh and enhance their knowledge pertaining to the making and implementation of the constitution. In the end The Founder Principal Dr. Manik Barsaley, the Principal Dr. S.K Sharma, Head Mistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay and Incharges also addressed the students on the importance of having a written constitution and of being a secular, socialist, democratic and republic country.


National Integration Day is celebrated by people to impart knowledge about the importance of integration and its values for the welfare of the people. Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden celebrated National Integration day in its premises on November 21 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the first woman Prime Minister of India- Indira Gandhi. The celebration began with the musical skit prepared by students to focus on the equality of all religions and to promote the feeling of togetherness and oneness among students. A special function was organised to preserve and strengthen the freedom and integrity of the nation. To make students aware about different cultures and their traditions a fun filled fashion show was performed by the students which enthralled the audience. The performance was appreciated by one and all. Their beautiful attire and different patriotic songs kept the audience captivated throughout.
Greenarians presented glimpses of varied cultures and traditions on one stage. It was celebrated by the students with great patriotic fervor.


Children’s Day celebrations in GPS focused on children and their enjoyment and to pay tribute to our beloved First Prime Minister, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru popularly known as cha-cha. The day was celebrated with grand splendour and fiesta which began with a special assembly wherein Mars House students presented a skit which was inspired by the real life of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru & a colourful dance performance which energized everyone. Teachers also surprised the students with a cultural performance dedicated to them. In addition, Tele Matches like Pass the Ball, Fill the Bucket etc. & Tug of War were organized for classes V, VI & VII. A group of students sought blessings of the Founder Principal Dr. Manik Barsaley, the Principal Dr. S.K Sharma and the Headmistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay and presented rose flowers to them. They guided the students to remain optimist in every situation. The day commemorated with immense joy, enthusiasm and magnificence. It was a fun- filled day for the students.


Greenfields Public School commemorated Vigilance Awareness Week on the theme ‘My Vision –Corruption Free India’ on 30th October, 2017 in the school premises with great spirit and enthusiasm. Mr. Rajan Chabbra, Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner and Mr. Kamlesh, Enforcement Officer were the guests of honour. The celebrations began with a Ganesh Vandana gracefully presented by a group of students. It was followed by a didactic Nukkad Natak which effectively portrayed the corruption related practices, causes and gravity of and the threat posed by corruption to our society. The street play was an eye-opener as it highlighted the evils of corruption in a very subtle manner. It was followed by a story-telling session where the students narrated stories which highlighted the ill-effects of corruption and the ways to tackle it. The students who participated in Poster Making Competition were awarded by Employees Provident Fund Office.
The programme was highly appreciated by the chief guests, the founder Principal, Dr. (Ms.) M. Barsaley, the Principal Dr. S.K Sharma, Vice Principals, Mr Vibhu Shrotria and Mrs Pooja V. Barsaley , Headmistress , Mrs P. Upadhyay and Incharges. The chief guests lauded the efforts put in by the students to create awareness amongst the audience regarding the evils and perils posed by corruption and also how to deal with this issue. Overall , the event was knowledge enriching .


October 24th is celebrated as the United Nations Day all over the world. It is an international organization that was established in the year 1945 with the idea to promote world peace and security. The United Nations is the hope and conscience of the world. To promote tolerance and live together in peace with one another and to save the common interest, Greenfields Public School observed the importance of UN day celebration in the school premises on October 24th ,2017. The students of class 7th put up an informative show to promote United Nations as the messenger of peace. They exhibited the logo of United Nations which represents the world map and the flags of permanent members of the security council and some of the member states who originally signed the charter of United Nations. Overall the programme ignited students’ mind and helped them to understand how United Nations functions as the ‘Global Government’. Moreover, the students also comprehended the importance of such an international organization which has a motto to maintain peace and security in the world and to develop friendly relations ,feeling of brotherhood and fraternity amongst the nation states. The Founder Principal Dr. Manik Barsaley, the Principal Dr. S.K Sharma, Vice - Principals Mr. Vibhu Shrotiya and Mrs. Pooja Barsaley and Head Mistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay lauded the participants and guided them to study the history, functions and future United Nations at length.


It is difficult to describe Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam in words. He was not only a great scientist but also a poet, a humanitarian and a gifted teacher who led an exemplary life and has become a living inspiration for everyone. Seeing his ardent love for children and adoration towards teaching, the United Nations organization declared his birth anniversary as World Students’ Day. To mark the eminence of this day a special assembly was organized by Mars House on October 13,2017 wherein the students of Middle Department recited poems composed by DR. APJ Abdul Kalam and exalted him by singing an inspirational song ‘ Kalam Tujhe Salam’.A set of heterogeneous activities was also organized which began with showing a short animated video and power point presentation based on the life , history and achievements of Dr. Kalam to the students and it was followed by a class discussion and a short quiz during zero period.In addition to it, the students of class V, VI and VII made sketches of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam , wrote his inspirational quotes and messages on ‘Our Wall,Your Inspiration’. In closing part of the programme the students of class VII exhibited non-working models of the missiles launched by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam to Founder Principal Dr. Mrs. Manik Barsaley, Principal DR. Mr. S.K Sharma , Vice Principals Mrs. Pooja Barsaley & Mr. Vibhu Shrotria and Head Mistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay. They quizzed the students about Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s life, history and accolades earned. Everyone was enthralled by the incredible efforts put in by the students to mark the celebration of ‘World Students’ Day’. The Founder Principal and the Principal applauded students and advised them to seek inspiration from Dr. Kalam’s life and implement his principal teachings in their lives.

Birth Centenary Celebrations of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay........

Middle Department of Greenfields Public School Celebrated  Birth  Centenary of Panditji on 12th September 2017 with aplomb and zeal. To pay tribute to the contributions made by Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay, Venus House, conducted a special assembly with a purpose to create awareness among the students about his work and  life. A group of students threw light on his philosophy and exemplory works. They also talked about his vision towards life. Through a poem, Manasvi of VI-D enlightened everyone about   Panditji‘s life. She focused on the fact that he was a learned scholar, philosopher, economist, historian, selfless social worker and   a great asset to India. A Fancy dress competition was also organized for the students of class V, VI, VII where students, dressed up as famous personalities of India introduced themselves in such a way that the unique traits of those personalities were highlighted. The event was surely a step to bring awareness among students about this great leader and his principles.  Head Mistress Ms. Purnima Upadhyay encouraged the students to follow his principles and philosophy in their own lives and derive inspiration from his life.





Grandparents’ day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm on 8th September, 2017 by the students of Middle Department. To commemorate this day, Venus House organized a card making activity for the students of class V, VI and VII. The students enthusiastically participated in the activity and made exquisitely beautiful cards expressing their immense love and reverence for their grandparents. The students poured out their feelings in the form of heart touching poems, photos, collages and messages. The class teachers discussed with the students the significance of invaluable presence of grandparents in our families and the link they established between past and present. 

It was indeed a great event showcasing children’s great love and respect for their grandparents. 



Let us remember that one book, one pen, one child and one teacher can change the world.

Malala Yousafzai


The students of Middle Department celebrated Teacher’s Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The day started with giving a floral tribute to Dr. Saravpalli Radha Krishnan, the former President of India, the great architect of the society and a model teacher of the nation. The students of Neptune House presented cards and bouquets to the Principal, Dr. S.K. Sharma and the Founder Principal, Dr. Ms. Manik Barsaley and expressed their gratitude and thankfulness by applying ‘Tilak’ on teachers’ forehead.

 A short biography of Dr. Saravpalli Radha Krishnan was shown to the students of classes V, VI & VII. The film included his philosophy, his awards, his political career and his message for the teachers of the society. The teachers then discussed with the students about the life & achievements of  Dr. Radha Krishnan. Neptune house organized different activities such as book mark making and card making for the students of classes VI and VII respectively. The students participated in these activities with full energy and excitement. The students of class VI made attractive book marks with inspiring quotes on them for their teachers. Class VII students prepared beautiful and vibrant cards appreciating their teachers. The best cards and book marks made by the students were appreciated and awarded first, second, third and consolation prizes by the Headmistress, Ms. Purnima Upadhyay.

 The Results Are As Follows:-

Greeting Card Making Competition:

Class VII

1st Suhana                                   VII G

2nd Varun Arora                           VII D

3rd Arpit Verma                           VII B

Consolation - Maitri Das              VII I

Book Mark Making Competition :

Class VI

1st Divyansh                                VI F

2nd Gaurav                                  VI B

3rd Sanchi                                    VI C

Consolation - Aryan Upadhyay    VI A


“Teachers are the unique personalities who encourage the students to do extraordinary things”. Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden celebrated the Teachers’ Day on 5th September, 2017. All the students took the blessings of Respected Founder Principal Ma’am, Principal Sir, Incharges, and teachers and presented Bouquets, Buds and cards as their token of love. Students always look forward to Teachers’ Day with a lot of anticipation and all the children participated in various activities with great zeal to commemorate this pious day.

The students of class 8th recited solemnizing ‘Dohas’ to ignite the blessings of almighty and to exhibit reverence for their teachers. They enchanted everyone with their euphonious voice, rhythm, pitch and pronunciation. They revived the wisdom of ancient literature and filled the ambience with excitement and fervor. The students of class 9th rendered everyone spellbound with their magnanimous talent. Each class was entitled to research about various educationists enlisted against their class and enacts the role- play of the respective educationist. Some renowned educationists were enlisted including Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, and Swami Vivekananda etc.  All the students depicted the teachings of these prominent reformists very realistically and each one of them was praised for their prolific content, diction, body language and confidence. The students of class 10th and 11th also displayed their artistic talent extensively by making embellishing cards and Book Marks respectively.

All the students made the celebrations splendid and showed their gratitude to the teachers for their altruistic devotion. They thanked their teachers for providing them knowledge and incessant support. It was a didactic day full of fun and frolic.



“Champions keep playing until they get right”

Bille Jean King

National Sports Day in India is celebrated every year on 29th August to commemorate the birth anniversary of Major Dhyan Chand, a legendary figure in the Indian and world hockey. Sports infuse confidence and creative thinking among the students. They give a sense of identity and develop mental and physical toughness. To mark the occasion, a documentary film on legend Major Dhyan Chand was shown to the students in zero period by Neptune House, Middle Department.

Indoor Games Championship for the students of class V, VI & VII was also organized to highlight the importance of the day.

All the students were trained in chess, carrom and plot 4 in their respective classes during P.T periods in the month of August.

Best four players (2 Boys + 2 Girls) from class V and VI and best eight players (4 Boys + 4 Girls) from class VII were selected from each section. Their final match was held on 29.08.17. All the finalists were excited, focussed and in good form on this day.

All the students enjoyed the day. It was a real pleasurable and engaging activity for them.

The results are as follows:






Winner’s Name




Plot Four

Class V









Plot Four

Class V









Class VI









Class VI










Class VII










Class VII









Class VII










Class VII








Winners and runners up were awarded gold and silver medals and merit certificates by the Headmistress Ms. Purnima Upadhyay. The Founder Principal Dr. (Ms.) Manik Barsaley appreciated the efforts of students and motivated them to participate  in various sports and games.           



Under the dynamic leadership of Dr.(Mrs.) M. Barsaley, Founder Principal and Dr. S. K. Sharma, Principal , the students of Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden, Delhi commemorated 70th anniversary of Independence and 75th anniversary of Quit India Movement on 18th August 2017 in the school premises.

The aim of the programme was to inform the students about the historical background, significance and relevance of the national festival. The objective of the celebrations was to create a festive and patriotic mood among the students and involve them in the mission of realizing the vision of a ‘New India’.

The students of Uranus House presented a chronological narrative of the roles of the leaders of the Quit India Movement in the morning assembly.

It was followed by a  pledge taking ceremony wherein all the teachers and the students took oath to make India clean , free from poverty, corruption , terrorism , communalism  and casteism in the next five years.

To mark this day, various activities were also conducted in the classes. The students of class V prepared tricolour flags, balloons, kites, flowers etc. The students of class VI prepared tricolour salad and students of class VII prepared collage on postage stamps from the year of Independence i.e. 1947 till the current year i.e. 2017. All these activities were performed by the students in groups.

A painting competition was also organised for the students on the theme ‘Independence Movement’. The best paintings of the students were then displayed on the school board. The same have been uploaded on the school website.

 The students decorated the classrooms and corridors with tricolour balloons, flags, ribbons, kites and flowers.

Ms. Purnima Upadhyaya , Headmistress in her address appealed the students to be highly responsible and enlightened well educated citizens of the  India of tomorrow.



Greenfields Public School , Dilshad Garden recently conducted a two week long programme (1.8.17-14.8.17) to mark Van Mahotsava. The event included a series of meaningful and exciting activities which were organized to sensitize students about the present conditions of planet earth and ways to revive it from the perils of destruction. The spirited “Earth Crusaders “of  Middle wing put up a cultural show exhorting everyone to “Go Green” by using environment friendly and energy efficient products. The students and teachers took oath to protect the environment with full zeal and enthusiasm.

A musical dance drama was presented by the students highlighting the degradation of the environment and the need to conserve it so that the future of humanity is safe on the earth . The children danced enthusiastically  on foot tapping music and enthralled the audience with their impressive theatrical skills. The children presented environmental challenges and measures to counter these challenges in a well choreographed musical ballet. The school organized a plethora of activities like slogan writing , poster making , decorative trees making and best out of waste. A documentary film on environment was also shown to the students .The students raised eco-friendly slogans to spread awareness about the environment  and put up slogans on the trees urging people not to cut the trees. It sought to spread the message of clean and green environment. The students of class VI participated in poster making competition on “Waste Management.” They were informed that proper disposal of waste material whether solid or liquid is needed to save the environment from its harmful effects.

A tree plantation programme in the school campus was undertaken by the students of class VI and VII under the guidance of Eco-Club teachers.

Headmistress Mrs Purnima Upadhyay welcomed the chief guest Mr Veer Singh Panwar , Municipal Councillor , EDMC at the inaugural ceremony of Van Mahotsava . He planted a sapling and informed the student about the   “Chipko Movement”. He encouraged them to do their bit to save the degrading resources .

Founder Principal , Dr Manik Barsaley and Principal Dr S.K. Sharma urged the students to make a difference by doing their bit as each and every step they take counts and will lead to a brighter future for generations to come .



A step towards a clean and healthy environment, on the occasion of the World Environment Day (5th June) , was taken by Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden, Delhi  on 7th July 2017 with full enthusiasm when we reopened.

The Eco- Club of Middle Department emphasized on this year’s theme “Connecting People to Nature”, which implores us to take forward the call to protect the Earth that we share. The students enjoyed various activities.

Grade V- Awareness Campaign

Our green crusaders of class V took the initiative to go to all the classes and spread the awareness about environmental issues, need to save our environment and different ways by which we can go green. They presented the information in a very illustrative and creative way.


Grade VI- Informative message on “Nature Is Calling, Let’s Hear It”

Students took active part in imparting creative and encouraging         informative message and environment related poems to cherish this vital relationship with our ecosystem.  Through their thrilling act on Earth’s condition and vital role of its different components gave students a reflective moment about how precious our planet is and what can they do at their level to save the globe.


 Grade VII- Poster Making  

Students prepared posters to be displayed in school. This led students to admire nature and to identify challenges that we have to overcome in a fun and exciting way . Head Mistress Ms. Purnima Upadhyay lauded the efforts of the students and emphasized on making simple modifications in our everyday life, so that we can all contribute to the cause of environment protection.


WORLD RED CROSS DAY..............

World Red Cross Day was celebrated by the Middle Department with a great zeal and enthusiasm. To mark the importance of the day, the students of Jupiter House gave a small presentation in the morning assembly to acquaint the students about the origin of Red Cross Day and the significance of this day. Further, they informed the students about the seven principles of Red Cross Society and its functions.

Moreover, the students of Jupiter House of Class VII prepared First-aid boxes for their respective sections. This was done keeping in mind the principles of Red Cross Society which teach us to be prepared in advance to cope with any situation.

 Likewise ,  the students of Jupiter House prepared an informative wall magazine with slogans and pictures related to World Red Cross to create awareness among the students about this day. The main idea behind this celebration was to apprise the students with the functions of Red Cross Society and its significance.



On the occasion of Labour Day , a special assembly was organized on 1st May, 2017 with the intent to make students understand that all forms of labour needs to be respected by everyone. During the special assembly, the students performed a skit and recited a poem on the said theme and conveyed that the people working behind the scenes are the backbone of our infrastructure and economy.

Mr. Ramesh, the senior most fourth class employee was honoured with a shawl and a badge by the captains of Jupiter House.

The students also put on badges for the workers with the message “We thank you for your help and services from the core of our hearts” The captains served refreshment to them to make their day special.


World Dance Day was celebrated on 29th April 2017 in the school. The programme started with a Kathak dance followed by a solo performance of Bharatanatyam by students of Jupiter House. The dances were a treat to the eyes which truly reflected the rich and boundless bond with the culture of India. Next, transcending the boundaries and  with a blend of modernity, three group performances were presented which were the Boat Dance, Odissi, Japanese and Russian dance which were refreshing to the mind and soul. The event enthralled not only the audience but the performers too. The programme concluded with a multihued and vibrant finale.

The Principal- Dr. S.K Sharma congratulated the Music and Dance faculty and the performers for their efforts and for putting up a brilliant show.


On the occasion of earth Day a Poster making competition for class VIII and IX was held on 20th April’2017 in 0 and 1st Period. The topics were “Go Green for Life” and “Take care of beautiful Earth” respectively. An essay writing competition on ‘Environmental climate literacy’ was held for class XII. Best two entries were selected from each section.

Sarvagya from XII A was the final winner and was sent to NMNH (National Museum of Natural History) to participate in the competition held on the occasion of Earth Day celebration 2017.

The other three participants were Aakriti X-C and Shambhavi X-I for poetry recitation and Pragati Jain IX-G for essay writing in Hindi. Display Board on the theme of Earth Day was meticulously decorated by the students of class VIII & IX guided by Eco-Club teacher Ms. Anuradha. Selected posters were exhibited in the corridors of different floors.

Thus celebration filled the tender hearts of children with love & compassion for their Mother Earth.


Foundation Day celebrations of Greenfields Public School was hosted by Mars house on 19th April, 2017.The programme began with the Lighting of the lamp followed by floral tributes to the Founder- Late Shri R.R. Joshi. A skit on “Greenfields Ki Gaurav Gatha” was presented by the students of Mars House (class 8th to 10th), that depicted the progress of the school till date. There were dance performances by the students of class 8th to 12th in various dance styles. Reverberating Qaw’wali was sung by the students in appreciation of the school.

On 20th April, 2017, a cake cutting ceremony was organized; the Founder Principal and Principal Sir along with Mars House Incharge and House captains cut the cake amid loud cheer which added flavour to the celebrations.



Glorious April’15, 2017 was commemorated as the first ALUMNI meet in the ambience of Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden. Around 170 ex- students from different batches from 1966-2011 gathered to relive old memories. It was a time and an event for old relationships to be cherished, celebrated and refreshed and new ones to be formed.  It was time of reflecting and remembering the good old times and memories of the ALUMNI and working forward with a sense of purpose and anticipation. The program commenced with a warm welcome of the ex –students. They were greeted with garland, tilak and broach pinned to one and all as a token of love.The  lighting of the lamp was graced by the founder Principal Dr. (Mrs) Manik Barsaley, Principal Dr. S.K. Sharma, Vice principals Mr. Vibhu Shrotria and Ms. P.V. Barsaley, Head Mistress- Mrs. P. Upadhay accompanied by Incharges and the teachers. A floral tribute was paid to the founder of the school, Late Shri R.R. Joshi fondly remembered as ‘bauji’. A cultural Program was presented by the present students.The Founder Principal greeted one all and suggested ALUMNI to be in contact with their ALMA MATER and also complimented for the efforts. She conveyed best wishes for their bright future. The ALUMNI were then addressed by Dr. S.K. Sharma, Principal who was overwhelmed by the fact that the Greenarians have spread their fragrance around the world in different fields as surgeons, judges, media persons, CA and Bankers .To name some, Mr. Dharmendra Rana who is working as a judge at District Court Karkardoma, Dr. Sanjay Dhawan, Eye Surgeon at MAX Saket and Mr. Vijay Gopal, prominent personality in the media world.. Dr. S.K. Sharma concluded his address with a message that Greenarians are born to win. It was quite an emotional moment when the school moto song was sung by the ex–students and joined by Retired teachers and the management Committee members. The ALUMNI were touched when they were being presented memento and School magazine as a token of love. The ex-Students gifted planters as a token of gratitude to the teachers. On this occasion, alumnus – Mr. Sunil Verma gifted Rs 5100/- to Vanshikha And Harsh Of class IX each for their education .They shared their memories with their old teachers, met their old acquaintances, enjoyed the DJ and after the sumptuous dinner left with refreshed memories of their ALMA MATER .


 “To keep the body in good health is the duty…otherwise

       we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear”.

                                                                                          --Lord Buddha

Every year, ‘World Health Day’ is observed on April 7 all over the globe with a specific agenda and this year,the agenda is to combat depression. The students of Mars house (Middle Dept.) of our school presented an informative session through which they suggested ‘Happiness’ as the key solution to fight with depression. Dietician Ms. Shipra was also invited from Litchi Health Care Solutions, who gave a talk on adopting healthy habits to keep oneself healthy, happy and fit. Also, she emphasized on the importance of taking breakfast in the early morning and fruits everyday. Thereafter, a Yoga and Meditation session was organized to bring in soothing effect on the body, mind and soul. It was followed by a short laughter session which made the ambience cheerful.

Also, the students had an interaction with the founder Principal Dr. Mrs. Manik Barsaley, Head-Mistress Mrs. Purnima Upadhyay and the Incharges who not only motivated the students, but also suggested more ‘Mantras’ to keep oneself stressfree and happy.



Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden celebrated the ‘Road Safety Week’ with great enthusiasm to focus the attention on the importance of observing traffic rules in order to prevent accidents on the roads across India on 16th January,2017.

A special assembly was held on 16th January, 2017 for the students of VIII to X to generate awareness regarding road safety measures and various ways in which children can use roads wisely and safely. The guest speakers for the occasion were S. I. Mr. Brahmpal, A.S.I. Mr. Ajay Choudhary, and A. S. I. Mr. Lokesh Kumar, Delhi Traffic Police personnel.

The awareness session with the students involved discussions regarding road safety, various traffic signals, and precautions to take when on the road. Students enjoyed sharing their thoughts and ideas about the topic. AS.I. Mr. Lokesh Kumar summed up what students said and displayed the various Road Safety Signs and Symbols.

A Power Point Presentation highlighting the Do’s and Don’ts while on road by the school students was shown in all the sections of IX and X.

The students were also encouraged to reflect on how they would help in future to ensure road safety for all. Students realized the importance of being sensitive towards this issue and promised to be a responsible road user.



A Poetry Recitation Activity was organized in the school on 17th November, 2016 for the students of classes VII to X. The activity was conducted to mark the SWACHCH BHARAT PAKHWARA, an initiative of the Govt. of India. More than 460 students from class VIII, 462 from class IX and 435 from class X participated in the said activity. The main objective of the activity was to aware the students about Cleanliness and instill in their minds that ‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness.’

The students very enthusiastically participated and expressed their thoughts on the theme in different forms of poetry.


 On the Occasion of 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, Constitution Day was observed in the school premises on 26-11-16 to mark the importance of preamble and to promote constitutional values among students.

Though the preamble of constitution of India does’nt constitute an operative part of the Indian constitution. Yet it serves several important purposes which were discussed with students in classes. A talk show was prepared for the assembly by students to make the students aware about the importance of Sovereign,Socialist,Secular, Democratic, Republic, Justice Liberty, Equality and fraternity along with the duties of citizens. Charts were prepared by students. A short constitution Day Quiz was conducted in which 30 selected students participated - Aditya – VII B, Sakshi Dubey – VII C and Vanshika VII D won the first, second and third places respectively, in category 1, which was for classes VI to VIII.

Ten fundamental duties, as written in chapter 51A of the Constitution of India were read out to emphasize the obligations of the citizens in exchange of the fundamental rights enjoyed by them. Students recited preamble in unison on the stage on the occasion of the ‘Second Constitution Day’. This was praised and liked by one and all.



National Integration Week, also known as the ‘Quami Ekta Week’, is celebrated from Nov 19th  -Nov 25th. Various programmes and activities are organized under the week long celebration like National integration day,linguistic harmony day, cultural unity day,conservation day,women’s day etc. It is celebrated to foster and reinforce the strength of public harmony and national integration. Also it focuses on role and contribution of women in the nation building. Greenfields Public School organized multiple activities to mark the importance of National Integration Week in the school premises.The students of class V,VI and VII took part in various activities and cultural programmes to enliven the ideals of democracy and encourage the feeling of fraternity and unity despite being a diverse nation in context with culture, languages, festivals etc.

  Activities organized for ‘Quami Ekta Week’ are as follows:

  •   A poster making competition was organized for the students in their respective classrooms on the topic ‘Unity In Diversity’ to mark the importance of National Integration Day.

  •      A colourful cultural programme was organized whereby the students introduced themselves in the regional languages of the different  states of India that they represented. Also,they wore the traditional dresses of the states

  • To highlight the importance of ‘Conservation Day’, a skit on Save Water and  Air’ was staged so that students will be sensitized to use resources judicially.

  • To focus on empowerment and emancipation of women in the Indian society, a character portrayal activity was organized through which students depicted the Indian women from different walks of life who have made our country proud and are leading an exemplary life.

  • A community lunch was also organized to foster the feeling of being united and sharing the things in common. Students brought food items of different states and shared with each other.

The programme was appreciated by the Founder-Principal-cum Manager Dr. Mrs. Manik Barsaley, Principal Dr. S.K Sharma,  Head Mistress Mrs P.Upadhayay and the In-charges. Students were fully enthused with the spirit of unity after taking part in the ‘Quami Ekta Week’.



For years , air and water has nurtured us. It’s time to return the favour. At Greenfields Public School, Eco-club of Middle Department organized an eventful presentation on Air pollution and Water pollution on 25th November 2016. Pollution has become a growing concern in the past few years. To anticipate environmental problems , students were made aware about hazards of Air and Water Pollution.

A motivating musical skit was showcased by the students of class VI, in an incredibly simple and creative way which encouraged them to get involved with their environment and save it.

An informative, powerful message regarding water pollution,

 “ Prevention is better than cure”, was also imparted by the students of class V, VI and VII  in which they used beautiful, innovative banners presenting causes, effects and control measures to express their care and love for nature.

  Students presented interesting and breathtaking slogans enthusiastically  which highlighted the importance of fresh air, water and sustainability.

Entertaining and interactive acts were performed by the children . The programme culminated by inspiring them to make a change and spread the word of awareness on living a healthy life. This helped them realize the need for using our natural resources carefully for better and joyous future.



Children’s Day was celebrated in Greenfields Public School on 15th November 2016 to mark the birth anniversary of the legendary freedom fighter and Independent India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He was the one who used to spend most of his precious moments with children and their innocence.

The students of Mars House gave a spectacular performance with lot of enthusiasm and zeal. One group of students performed a marvelous classical based creative dance and the other group performed western dance with lot of enthusiasm. The programme included a joyous surprise performance by the teachers. It was altogether an entertaining act which was truly enjoyed by the students making this day very memorable for them. Students enjoyed cheering their teachers and cherished the precious moments. They were also made aware of their duties and values which they must imbibe to build the future nation better and stronger.


The school dedicated this day to the children who are the future leaders of our nation and also reminded everyone to work towards the welfare of the children.



National Education Day was celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. He was the first union cabinet minister of education of Independent India.

v    A Nukkad Natak highlighting the importance of education and specifically the girl child education was presented by  the students of class VI and VII. Slogan writing activity was conducted for the students of class V, VI and VII . They participated whole-heartedly and came up with inspirational quotes and slogans.  Students were informed about the contribution of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad in the field of education of Independent India and also the importance of education and its advantages in their lives.


 Children were made aware of the fact that education is must to lead a dignified life. It was also highlighted that educating a girl child is equivalent to educating a family and thus the whole nation.



Greenfields Public School observed Vigilance Awareness Week as per the directions of CBSE. Activities pertaining to the vigilance awareness week were organized to create an awareness amongst the students and stand against corruption. The theme of the campaign was “Public Participation in Promoting integrity and Eradicating corruption”.

Students of class VI to VII participated in slogan writing and poster making on the topic “public participation in eradicating corruption”. All the students showcased intensive innovation and performed the activity with great exuberance and dynamism. The students of secondary class IX & X embellished the campaign and strongly voiced their opinion on the topic “promoting integrity ensures prosperity of the nation”. The students conferred their deep thoughts with great conviction and solemnity. The elocution activity undoubtedly ignited spirit of nationalism and integrity amongst the students. The senior secondary students of classes XI & XII exhibited a creative flair by writing essay on the topic of “e-governance as an effective tool to curb corruption”. The purpose of the essay writing was to endow students with great sense of responsibility and implement every possible measure for making our country corruption free national and also to express their outlook on current national issues.

All the activities indeed created an awareness amongst the students about the role of preventive vigilance in reducing corruption and to enhance accountability at various levels and  therefore strengthening system by making it more efficient.

National Integration Day

Greenfields Public School organized a special assembly on November 4th ,2016 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the ‘Iron Man of India’, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. This was done to acquaint the students with the extraordinary contribution of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in integrating our country after independence. A plethora of activities were organized to mark the celebration. First of all, a group of students acquainted the other students with the life history of SardarVallabhbhai Patel and then they highlighted his contribution in unifying our country. It was followed by the ‘Rashtriya Ekta Diwas’ pledge taking ceremony wherein all the students alongwith the teachers took a solemn pledge to preserve the unity, integrity and security of our nation.To conclude the programme, one of the teachers also highlighted the need to preserve the unity, integrity and security. Besides it, students made drawing on integration day in their respective classes and a Kho-Kho match was also organized to inculcate the value of team spirit and brotherhood. The event was a great success as it gave the students an excellent opportunity to know more about our national hero SardarVallabhbhai Patel.


October 24th is celebrated as the United Nations Day all over the world. It is an international organization that was established in the year 1945 with the idea to promote world peace and security. The United Nations is the hope and  conscience of the world. To promote tolerance and live together in peace with one another and to save the common interest, Greenfields Public School observed the importance of UN day celebration in the school premises on October 25th ,2016. The students of class 7th  put up an informative show to promote United Nations as the messenger of peace. They exhibited  the logo of United Nations which represents the world map and the flags of some of the member states who originally signed the charter of United Nations. Overall the programme  helped the students to brush up the facts they learn for the UN test in which our school participates every year through USO. Besides it, students also felt sensitized towards the importance of such an international organization which has a motto to maintain peace and security in the world and to develop friendly relations, feeling of brotherhood and fraternity amongst the nation states.

Gandhi Jayanti & Shastri Jayanti

The students of Greenfields Public School celebrated birth anniversary of  Gandhi ji & Lal bahadur Shastri ji on October 4, 2016 in the school premises wherein the Neptune house students presented a lively musical show in order to depict the moral ideals &  principles given by both the national heroes. On one hand, “Gandhi Ji” is known as the father of nation who  helped India to get liberation from British colonial yoke. On the other hand, Lal Bahadur Shastri ji is known for his simplicity and down-to-earth human behaviour. Both the national heroes’ contribution to the motherland was explained well through a speech given by the students of Neptune house.

World Literacy Day

Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden Celebrated World Literacy Day on 8th August, 2016. Students of class 8th to 12th collected Books, Notebooks, Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Color pens & Pencils for the children living in “Sanskar Aashram” situated at Dilshad Garden. Five students of Uranus House along with a teacher went to the Sanskar Aashram and donated the above mentioned articles.

Through this act the students exhibited their empathetic attitude and generated awareness regarding the importance of literacy especially for the children of deprived families.


Greenfields Public school celebrated ‘’AZADI 70 – YAAD KARO KURBANI’’ with great enthusiasm & patriotic fervor. A variety of cultural & literary activities were organized from 9th August ’16 to 23rd August’16 to promote the spirit of patriotism among the students. These activities are as follows:

1)    Class VI students designed & painted greeting cards for jawans posted at border station.

2)    A mass tree plantation drive was initiated by the teachers to inculcate the idea of sustainable development among students from VI to XII. Dignitaries were invited on this event. Sapling of trees with microchips were planted by Bajaj Electricals.

3)     A dance drama was presented by the students in the morning assembly depicting the freedom struggle.

4)    Mass singing of Patriotic song was conducted in the assembly.

5)    Slogan writing & painting competition were organized for class VII to mark the occasion. Their work was displayed on display boards.

6)    All the students wore special tricolor badges on 12th August’16 which uplifted their spirit.

7)    Classes & corridors were decorated with hues of tricolor & display boards with the topic ‘Azadi Ke Deewane’

8)    Mass recitation of the national anthem was performed by all the students at 11 a.m. on Tuesday 23rd August 2016.

Thus we were able to sensitize and motivate our students to be the great Indian with a deep feeling and respect for our country - India



Greenfields Public School, Dilshad Garden celebrated its ‘Annus Mirabilius’ of Golden Jubilee year as it completed its 50 years. The school was founded on 16th April, 1966 by its revered Founder Chairman, Late Shri R.R.Joshi, who always dreamt of shaping his students with a holistic approach and this baton has been carried on well by its visionary Founder Principal, Dr. (Mrs) Manik Barsaley, with utmost allegiance and ardent passion.

There was a great enthusiasm among the students and the staff as a plethora of activities were organized during a week-long celebration to mark this jubilant year with golden moments. All the students wore golden bands to mark the initiation of the celebrations. Primary students presented a variety of cultural programmes depicting their love for their dear school and leaving one and all emotional and nostalgic.

The Secondary Department students took out a rally on 13th April, 2016 holding placards and cheering for the golden day. The rally was flagged off by Mr. Manjeet Singh Tomar, the S.H.O. of Dilshad Garden, the Founder Principal cum Manager, Dr. (Mrs.) Manik Barsaley and the Principal of the school, Dr.S.K. Sharma. The students decorated their classes with colourful festoons, ribbons, posters and balloons. Class IX decorated kites with fanciful and eloquent slogans. Class X prepared ‘The Honey Comb Wall Hangings’ with attractive messages where as Senior students marked the day by participating in Inter House Tug-of-war Competition and Inter Class Kite Flying Competition.

A human chain was created by XII Class students on 16th April, 2016 outside the school premises to extend a warm welcome to the Founder Principal cum Manager, who arrived in a beautifully decorated open jeep accompanied by the Principal of the school, Dr. S.K.Sharma and Vice Principals, Mr.Vibhu Shrotriya and Mrs. Pooja Barsaley. Students welcomed them all chanting the School Moto Song, ‘GREENFIELDS WE LOVE YOU......’. The school band played harmonious and melodious tunes to display their heartfelt emotions towards their alma mater. A bunch of 50 balloons was released to vitalize the day and to harpen upon the lofty heights of their beloved school. Students also accorded the Guard of Honour to their Founder Principal. They performed a foot tapping and vibrant BHANGDA dance to express their joy on the occasion. A community lunch was enjoyed by all the students. The whole school resounded and reverberated with the aura of jubilation and celebration thus, marking 50 years of excellence.

The celebrations concluded with the Founder Principal cum Manager and the Principal, Dr. S. K. Sharma congratulating the students and the staff on the proud and momentous day as the school made remarkable achievements during this glorious year for being bestowed upon with the prestigious International School Award by the British Council, and being accredited with ISO Certificate and by being adjudged first in the Youth Parliament Competition.



On the occasion of International Yoga Day i.e. 21st June,2015 organized by AYUSH, Govt. of India, twenty five students along with two teachers participated in the said event held at Rajpath New Delhi. The students took pride in participating in the mega event which was led by the Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh Narendra Modi. They performed 15 asana in the short span of 35 minutes. It was a good learning and enriching experience for the escort teachers Mrs Anita Bhatia and Mr Sushil Sharma along with the students .


On the occasion of international day of person with disability, a group of 30 students from 6th with two teachers from Greenfields Public School Dilshad Garden, visited Amar Joyti Research and Rehabilitation Centre Delhi. It runs under the organization of Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust, a voluntary Organization rendering Rehabilitating services to persons with disabilities through a holistic approach, inclusive education up to class 8th m medical care, vocational training, child guidance and self employment.

Doctor Uma Tuli, is the founder and managing secretary of Amar Jyoti.

The Principal Ms. Swati Tuli, welcomed the students. The students met Dr. Uma Tuli and presented the students about the school. She offered biscuits prepared by the students of amar Jyoti. One of the teachers took the students around the school and showed different departments and classrooms. The school has physiotherapy department, art & Craft, cutting and tailoring, jewellary section, laboratories, Library, beautiful culture etc.

 The special children were playing basketball on wheel chair. Our Children also played with them. The students of our school had talk with the disabled students about their method of learning, friends, hobbies etc. They all  were comfortable while sharing their experiences.

In computer lab, the special educators were helping the mentally challenged students to write, draw and read. When the students of our school saw those special children they felt themselves blessed that God has given them a perfect mind and body.