In the context of Fable week going on in the school premises the student of class I narrated a story THE FOX AND THE GRAPES. She was dressed up as a fox and narrated the story with gestures and action. Students enjoyed the story and also learnt the moral we should not despise the thing which we cannot have.
The students of class II narrated the story BELLING THE CAT in front of all the students on stage. One was in the character of cat and another was in the character of rat. Through this they inculcated the moral of the story that decisions have to be taken in group and co-ordination and co-operation is necessary among all of us. Students enjoyed the performance of characters on the stage.
The students of class IV performed on the story AKBAR AND BIRBAL. One student became Akbar and there was a Birbal. There were 3 court men and the play depicted the problem solving act. The students were very enthusiastic. The students tried to put the characters of Akbar and Birbal into life again. The students also learnt the moral of the story which was if we will think wisely, we can solve problems with ease.
The students of class V performed the story THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER. Students became ant and some became grasshopper and they were enacting there story very nicely. As it is the senior most class of primary department, they depicted the moral work hard and always think for future. By working hard one can achieve anything anywhere
M. M. Public School, Vasudha Enclave, PitamPura, received the prestigious British Council, International School Award (ISA) for the second time in a sparkling award ceremony held at New Delhi on Tuesday 29 November 2016. The award was conferred to revered Mrs. Rooma Pathak (Principal) and venerable Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak (Director) in recognition of exemplary practices of Internationalism, use of ICT, creative and innovative teaching methodology, collaborations and productive learning with the schools worldwide. School started the journey of ISA in 2012 and was accredited with the ISA Award 2013-16.
The second journey of ISA award 2016-19 was an exciting as the first one. The school with its embedded international ethos has been a great source of global exposure to the students and teachers. The school would like to thank its international partners from U.K., Srilanka and Pakistan, who collaborated constantly to complete the projects.
National Voters Day was celebrated in our school on 25th January 2016 in the morning assembly. A speech on fundamental rights with emphasis on Right to Vote was given by Mrs. Neeru Vij (PGT Economics). It was then followed by and Oath taken by all students of classes XI and XII.
Students understood the concept of voting and its importance and were motivated for their right to vote.
Music Club of MMPS celebrated No Tobacco Day and to spread awareness a Song on "Say no to Tobacco" was recorded.
Our innovative thinking & enhanced infrastructure ensures that all lamps in the school campus are lit by the light of knowledge. So the programme started with Lamp lightning Ceremony.
Lights remove darkness and illuminate the surroundings. Infact lights bring positivity. We saw on stage our honourable guests the deputy director of Education Mrs. Rashmi Gahlot and education Officer Mrs Vidya devi along with our director sir and Principal mam for lamp lightning ceremony.
ATHITI DEVO BHAVA! Yes, it is a matter of great honor for these tiny tots to welcome all the distinguished guests in the arena of school on this auspicious day. For these young pearls, carnival is a fair of happiness, and it is a celebration time now, as all of us are going to enjoy the excitement and exuberance, in the form of welcome dance, by the young poppy group of class L.K.G and U.K.G. So, let's give them a huge round of applause.
In present scenario, the whole concept of education has changed. It is based now days on globalization and linking the whole world together by sharing culture and tradition. Even the same pattern is being followed by our school which has stretched its arms to different international organizations like British council to knit the world together. The same theme is being reflected in the rhythm of world whose essence also is to bridge the gap between different nations and focus more on unity and solidarity .Lets begin with reflection of culture and traditions of India ,the classical dance followed by Japanese Fan Fan Dance which you know symbolizes that Japanese make fan out of ostrich feathers, then French Can Can Dance which reflects their cultural diversity
It is matter of profound gratification that the influential and reverential social activist and retired great IPS officer and winner of many prestigious awards like Bharatiya Manavata Vikas Puraskar ,MSN Most Admired Indian Female Icon, Kalpana Chawla Excellence Award, Global Trail Blazer Award, Mahila Shiromani award , Lion of the year award , Pride of India award and the most influential Magsaysay award as well as a great contributor towards the noble and social causes -The great icon Dr Kiran Bedi is among us and we whole heartedly welcome her with great happiness.
Dance forms are expressions of emotions. Various postures and mudras reflect sentiments, even our Hindu Gods used to adopt various dancing styles to exhibit their strong feelings. Today the students of class 11th are going to pay homage to lord Shiva in order to appease him for peace, progress and prosperity of one and all through Tandav. It is a divine dance form which reflects anger, aggressiveness and subsequent calmness of lord Shiva who got annoyed when goddess Parvati went to her father's house without invitation. She got insulted and thus burnt herself to ashes. Lord Shiva became angry and expressed his aggressiveness through Tandav the vigorous dance.
So, please enjoy students of class 11th performing on stage to present the stuti of Shiva, with a big hand
Here we go, O-O with the seasons of the year.
Yes, life would be monotonous, dull and boring without the variation in seasons. In fact they are a source of happiness and rejuvenation. The most prominent seasons are summer, winter, spring and rainy. Different kinds of seasons depict different kind of moods and aspirations.
Today we all will enjoy the aspects of all different seasons on one platform enacted by the students of class Ist and IInd. So, let us welcome these little pearls and twinkling stars with a loud cheering
In present scenario, the whole concept of education has changed. It is based now days on globalization and linking the whole world together by sharing culture and tradition. Even the same pattern is being followed by our school which has stretched its arms to different international organizations like British council to knit the world together. The same theme is being reflected in the rhythm of world whose essence also is to bridge the gap between different nations and focus more on unity and solidarity. Lets begin with Japanese Fan Dance which you know symbolizes that Japanese make fan out of ostrich feathers, along with Tribal Dance of Africa and then Russian dance.
Jungle, jungle phool khila hai
aaj humare bachon ka mela pholo ki phulwari main chala hai.
Let all of us visit jungle today with the students of class 3, 4 and 5 and enjoy the fable of Mougly and Sherkhan.The story begins with Sher Khan who is in thirst of human blood and in search of Mougly who is a human in animal disguise.Mougly turns the destiny and kills Sherkhan instead.The whole animal kingdom becomes happy on the killing of Sherkhan.There is a celebration time on the victory of good over evil.Mougly grows strong and stirdy like Tarzan and dances with Jane to celebrate this happiness.Let us all be in the company of cartoon characters and enjoy the jungle scene by being in the lap of nature. So let's welcome these young party animals whole heartedly
Annual Report Read by Principal mam on Founders Day on 22-11-2013
History is not complete without the study of the great historical figure King Ashoka who followed Buddhism after seeing the mass destruction during the Kalinga war. Though this piece starts with women of Kalinga blaming Ashoka for the death of their husbands and children during Kalinga war. How he was always fascinated with swords as a kid and grew up high to fight for power and fought with his step brother SUSHIM who also wanted to rule Kalinga. Yet in the end following Buddhism by Ashoka gives a powerful message of non- violence, peace and brotherhood, which is necessary in present scenario.
"Buddham saranam gachchami
Sangam sharanam gachchami."
Bhangra by MMPians of Founders Day on 22-11-2013
Our eminent chief guest Dr. Kiran Bedi gave away the prizes to the deserving students to appreciate their efforts and influence other students to do well and get on the stage.
And last but not the least the finale of all the dances..............
Primary students of classes LKG to V celebrated Janamashtami. Students visited Iskon Temple, Punjabi Bagh and taken blessing of Krishna. All the students participated by chanting Hare Krishna and dancing on the bhajan sung by Panditji. Students put money in donation box and gave flowers for Krishna. Then everybody got prashad which was also enjoyed much by students.