Prime Minister -Live on Pariksha Par Charcha

The School screened the live telecast of Hon’ble Prime Minister ‘s ‘Pariksha Par Charcha’ wherein the Prime Minister interacted with the students across the Nation. The main aim of the programme was to let the children of Class X & XII feel relaxed about the forthcoming examination and remain stressfree. The students watched the show very enthusiastically and felt happy to see the PM of India being so informal in his interaction with the students.



The School got the privilege to host CBSE National Level Science Exhibition 2018. The Three days long exhibition from 10th February 2018 to 12th February 2018 was an amalgamation of 885 participants with 451 exhibits based on different sub themes  like Digital and Technological Solutions, Health and Well-Being, Mathematical Modeling, Resource Management and Food Security, Transport and Communication, Waste Management and Water Body Conservation. The event inaugurated on 10th February 2018 witnessed the presence  of Chief Guest Dr. Antriksh Johri,  Director IT Projects and Chief Information Security Officer atCentral Board of Secondary Education along with the Guest of Honor Sh. K.K. Choudhury, Controller of Examinations, Central Board of Secondary Education and Special Guest  Dr. B.C. Sabata, Sr. Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Sh. D.N. Arora, Chairman, Mount Abu Public SchoolSh. C. Uday Kumar, District Magistrate (North West) & Madam Archana Thakur, Deputy Director, CBSE and  Sh. Suraj Prakashwho lighted the lamp of knowledge and declared the exhibition open. The valediction ceremony saw the presence of eminent dignitaries Sh. Anurag Tripathi, IRPS, Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education  Sh. Rajeev Chandran, National Information Officer, United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan, Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj, Director (Academics), CBSE, Dr. Sushil Gupta, Member of Parliament, Rajyasabha, Madam Shashi Bala Saini, Deputy Director of Education(NWB), Sh. S.K. Bhattacharya, President, Action Committee of Unaided Recognised Private Schools. The dignitaries showed their benign presence and uplifted the morale of the children. The day concluded with the most awaited Prize Distribution Ceremony wherein  the eminent dignitaries awarded the cash prizes and certificates to the outstanding exhibits in each category. The panel of judges played a crucial role as the competition was too tough to be adjudged. The eminent dignitaries appreciated the school for the smooth conduct of exhibition and praised the students for their outstanding effort in making innovative exhibits showcasing unique ideas thus spreading scientific fervor all around. 


GIFT A TREE Campaign

Mount Abu Public School participated in a Tree Plantation Drive organized by NIE, Times of India in association with Tropicana and smile Foundation on 19 January 2018. The event aimed at providing new avenues for overall development of children by helping the children understand the need to safeguard the environment for their future. The students along with tiny tots from smile foundation planted saplings in the school premises. The school Principal, Mrs. Jyoti Arora addressed the students highlighting the significance of gifting trees back to nature and be saviours of environment.


Appreciation Assembly

Mount Abu Public School, Rohini hosted the Appreciation Assembly for Primary Wing on 29th December 2017. The ceremony was the medium to felicitate the achievers at National, Zonal, District, State and Inter-School level.The proud winners received their medals, trophies and certificates from the School Principal ‘Madam Jyoti Arora’, who also blessed the students and guided them to work hard with complete sincerity to bring more glory and laurels. The event was also graced by the parents whose support and guidance was appreciated and acknowledged by the Principal. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Primary
wing coordinator who expressed her gratitude to the school head, parents and mentors for making students shine with success and glory.


Metamorphosis - A blend of Cultural Extravaganza and Exposition

The School organized the Annual event “Metamorphosis  - A blend of cultural extravaganza and exposition” on the theme  Transform our World : The UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to disseminate awareness about 17 sustainable Development Goals and sensitize the youth  to work for the implementation of the cause. The event commenced with auspicious lamp lighting by the Hon’ble Guest Sh. Anirudh Tripathi, Secretary, CBSE and Guest Of Honor Dr. B.C. Sabata, Sr. Scientific Officer, Dept. of  Environment,  Govt. of NCT, Delhi followed by Shloka Chanting devoted to Goddess Saraswati.  The Principals  of various reputed school of Delhi also graced the occasion with their benign presence. The event aimed at voicing the support for the goals, being partner in taking decisions and actions for the realization of sustainable goals to head towards a better future. The students enthusiastically participated in ballad, musical enactment, mime, skits  and dance performances and left everyone spellbound. The Principal of the school in her welcome address highlighted the importance of adopting the 2030 Universal Agenda for Sustainable Development and resolving to free humanity from poverty, secure a healthy planet for future generations and build peaceful, inclusive societies as a foundation for ensuring lives of dignity for all. The Principal , Mrs. Jyoti Arora  applauded the exhibits based on the theme and motivated the  students and the faculty members with her words of prudence. 



The School organised MAPTECH -2017, an Annual IT Symposium on 24th November 2017. The event consisted of an array of competitions that provided the young minds with an opportunity to showcase their technological ingenuity. The event was graced by Ms Chandeep Marwah, Mr. Ashutosh Singh  and Mr. Siddhant Malhan, Resource Persons from Microsoft .The occasion commenced with the ceremonial lamp lighting followed by the enriching address by the school Principal, Mrs Jyoti Arora who highlighted the need to use technology wisely. The Special Guest Ms. Chandeep Marwah in her address  emphasized on  the ever changing scenario of the digital world. The event witnessed the participation of various reputed schools across the city. The Rolling Trophy was bagged by DAV Public School, Shrestha Vihar whose fervent participation got  them maximum points. The Principal of the school proposed vote of thanks and congratulated the school IT Club Members for  making the event a grand success.


Mitigating Air Pollution Rally

The students of Mount Abu Public School were the proud participants of "Mitigating Air Pollution Rally" organised by UNIC. The young learners participated enthusiastically to sensitize the masses about the urgent need to Save the environment and develop a blueprint to ensure that the air we breath is non toxic and safe. The students Were shown a documentary that made them aware about the need to take steps to make the air free from pollution. The students of the school were appreciated and applauded for their enthusiastic participation.



The school organized a Book Week from October 9 to October 14. It commenced with a Poster Making Competition in which the students remarkably amalgamated brilliant ideas with their aesthetic abilities. They were also given a platform to showcase their talent by converting incandescent thoughts into beautiful stories and slogans. Apart from that, they were given a chance to participate in varied activities like Extempore, Debate Writing, Word Power Quiz etc. At Primary level, activities like ‘Role Playing’ and ‘Story Narration’ were organized so as to ensure active participation by the students and also to bring forth their conversational skills. A DEAR PERIOD was also scheduled to develop students’ interest in reading. A Book discussion was also done to give an opportunity to the students to critically analyze the theme, title, cover etc of different books. Finally, the week culminated with a Book Fair in which a wide gamut of books was displayed to gather students’ attention. In all, the week exceptionally served the purpose of raising students’ interest in various literary activities


Grand Parents Day

The school organized Grand Parents Day on 4th October 2017  to acknowledge and appreciate the contribution and role of grandparents in moulding the  outlook of children towards life. Series of competitions such as Cooking Without Fire, Drawing and Painting , Singing  and Ramp Walk Competition were organized for the grandparents who participated with complete zeal and fervour. The event also witnessed the Lyrical and Orchestra presentation by the vibrant students of the Primary wing of the school. The Prizes were awarded to the winners by the Principal of the school, Mrs. Jyoti Arora who also addressed the gathering and highlighted that Grandparents are the reservoir of culture, knowledge and wisdom. She emphasized that grandparents are the key through which the children can feel connected with their roots.  The grand celebration concluded with the vote of thanks by the co-ordinator and the national anthem.



Mount Abu Public School celebrated Ramleela in its premises wherein the Chief Guest Shri. Mukesh, AGM, Punjab National Bank showed his benign presence. The celebration also witnessed the presence of Grandparents as it coincided with international Grandparents Day .The programme began with the  lamp lighting by Eminent Guest  Shri Shiv Shankar Nagar an official from Govt. of Delhi who has been enacting the role of Ravana in Ramleela held at Shalimar Bagh, Chairman Shri D.N Arora and the Principal followed by Ganesh Vandana and Hanuman Chalisa. The tiny tots presented the ramleela starting from the birth of Lord  Rama to his coming back to Ayodhya and becoming the king. The programme was organized as an invocation to Lord Rama and for reviving all the virtues of true human being like honesty truthfulness and tolerance. The Mapians presented a marvelous show and got an applaud by all. The Principal congratulated the participants and stressed on the importance of being a good human being



To highlight the importance of our National Language, the School celebrated the Hindi Diwas on 14th September 2017. The Chief Guest Dr. ChandKiran Saluja , an educationist showed his benign presence on the occasion. The program began with a speech by student on the significance of our National Language followed by Street play & Kavi Sammelan. The Principal addressed the gathering and encouraged the students to pay due respect to the language. The Chief guest highlighted the importance of usage of Hindi Language in daily Life


EXPRESSIONS 2017... The Inter School Cultural Fiesta

The School organized its ANUUAL Inter School Cultural Fiesta Expression 2017 for Primary wing on the theme “United Nations Sustainable Development Goals”. The event witnessed the MASS participation of more than 600 students of primary level from various reputed schools across the city who exhibited their inclination towards a sustainable environment.  The gala event was a medley of diversified presentation such as Debate, Model making, Skit Presentation etc. on the given theme. The children displayed awareness about these Global Goals and promised to carry forward the message.  The fiesta was an endeavor of the school to spread the essence of sustainability all around and make the young learners develop a sensitivity to make the planet more prosperous. It was in continuation with school efforts to acquaint the young learners with the most concerned global issues and become an active participant in tackling the same.  Among all the schools that participated in the event, Indraprastha World School, Paschim Vihar bagged the rolling trophy for securing maximum positions in different events. The Principal appreciated the effort of the children and encouraged them for the future endeavors.     


Accolades for Achievers of the School

The exemplary achievers of the School were awarded with the Student of the Year  Trophy by the Chief Manager, LIC Rohini Branch on the occasion of Celebration of 61 successful years  .The students who exhibited stupendous performance both in Academic and co-curricular  activities were awarded with trophies . The children were appreciated for their effort and also encouraged  to perform the best in the future too


Sanskrit Day Celebration

Sanskrit is one such ancient language that connects us to our country at the root level

MAPS celebrated Sanskrit Diwas on  31 August 2017 among all the classes and kids performed various activities such as making of:

  •  Sanskrit Varnmaala with Colourful Beads
  •  Sanskrit Dictionary
  •  Sanskrit Shloka Chanting with meaning
  •  Poem Recitation
  •  Role Play on any Sanskrit Poet or Author .

The kids felt connected to the tradition and culture of India and this made them encouraged and enthralled to be a part of it again. It was a great success. 



The English Department organized a scintillating Laughter Challenge on August 30, in which the students were offered a platform to exhibit their playful side. From every house, a team of three students was given an opportunity to regale the audience. Brimming with immense vivacity the participants from Class IX, X and XI showcased a remarkable show that included mock interviews, mimicry and standup comedy, in which Vanshi Mathur of Class 9th was adjudged the Best Comedian and Nehru House emerged as the Most Humorous House. The performances were applauded and appreciated by the judges and the show thus became a great success.



Mount Abu Public School, Sector 5 Rohini got the privilege to welcome the eminent Guests from ISHA FOUNDATION ,founded by SADHGURU JI on 29 August 2017. The Principal welcomed the guests  in a Special Assembly and appreciated their effort in causing awareness through “Rally For Rivers” which aims in saving the sacred rivers, which are the primary source of water for all. The children took the pledge to save the rivers and promised to contribute in the cleanliness at their best. Since the day coincided with the National Sports Day, the children were reminded of the significance of physical fitness and how the famous sports persons from the country have brought laurels. The Guests appreciated the effort of the school for promoting the message



The School organized an enriching  session by the senior monk, Shri Shantatmanand Maharaj Ji  from Ramakrishna Mission. The session began with the lamp lighting ceremony wherein the Swami Ji and the Principal lighted the lamp of knowledge, followed by Shloka chanting, the only way to connect to God. Swami Ji  enlightened the young impressionable minds to align individual goals with larger prospects, expand their vision of life and start thinking about others. All the questions asked by the students on how to lead an exemplary life and convince parents about their aims were effectively answered by revered Swami Ji. The school Principal Mrs. Jyoti Arora urged the students to emulate  Swami Ji’s Principles in life and to accept all the challenges in their stride. The session ended with a vote of thanks proposed to Swami Shantatmanand for sparing his valuable moments for the school and helping all  to move ahead towards the path of eternal bliss.  



Catering to the interest of the students,the school organised I Smart Event for class IX and X on 9th August 2017.The main feature of the event were Poster Making based on the previous sessions and group presentations. Fun filled activities in teams led to boosting up of confidence level and inculcating values among students.Enthusiasm in the students was a  witness to the fact that wholehearted participation makes learning a fun


Mock Drill

The School conducted Mock Drill on 19,July 2017 for the safety and security of every member of the school in case of any calamity.The drill created awareness about the evacuation plan of the school and prepared the members of the school to safeguard themselves in case of an emergency situation. The school head, Mrs. Jyoti Arora highlighted the need to stay calm and vigilant whenever the emergency strikes and guided the students to be quick and responsive in case of any disaster.


Social Science Week

The School celebrated Social Science Week from 10th July to 17th July 2017 whereby different competitions such as Inter House Out of the Box, Poster Designing and Heritage Quiz etc. were held. In Inter House Out of the Box  the students of class VI were asked mixed -bag of questions where in they participated very enthusiastically and answered the questions  related to the history ,reforms and various books. The students of class X gave presentation on four of the permanent members of UN Security Council, prepared PPT and Display boards of their allotted countries and they exchanged their views. In poster designing competition students of class VII & VIII designed beautiful posters on different themes like water, wildlife etc. The event concluded with an Inter House Heritage Quiz for class IX highlighting Indian Nationalism & lost heritage. All the events witnessed a whole hearted participation of the children. The Principal appreciated the students for showing their serious concern towards their History and Environment.


World Environment Day

World Environment Day was celebrated the School on July 5, 2017 with full enthusiasm. The theme was to make the students realize the importance of clean environment. Different activities were conducted in classes VI to VIII. Students of class VI wrote slogans on environment to highlight the importance of environment. Students of class VII prepared masks on "Save Our Earth" and they also brought beautiful saplings. Students of class VIII prepared a beautiful logo on "Environment day" and wrote an article on "How to celebrate environment day in the school & community


International Day of Yoga

The School celebrated International Day of Yoga on 21st  June 2017. The celebration is the annual feature of the school and is a medium that showcases the school’s commitment towards promoting a healthy lifestyle through integration of  physical, emotional and spiritual elements .Yoga is not only about the stretch and breathe in diversified ways but is a profound science of unfolding the infinite potentials of the human mind and soul. The event witnessed the presence of the Principal of the school, staff members, parents , students and other community members who practiced  the yoga asanas  and imbibed the complete essence of the positive  lifestyle . The street play on “Health Education” guided all about the healthy lifestyle and prevention of ailments. The celebration culminated with a medical checkup along with one on one  Counseling Session on “Diet and Nutrition” of the participants by expert medical professionals 



The School organized the special celebration, Award Ceremony 2017 wherein the young scholars from different fields of education were awarded for their remarkable achievements. The event was inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Guest Dr. Preeti Aggarwal, Mayor, North Delhi Municipal Corporation, Guest of Honour Sh. S.K. Bhattacharya, President, Action Committee of Unaided Recognized Private Schools, Special Guest Madam Kanika Jain, Area Councillor and the Principal by lighting the lamp of knowledge followed by cultural presentations by the children. The Scholars of the session 2016-17 were awarded trophies and certificates for showing their brilliant performance in the different fields of education like academics, dance, drama, sports etc.



A Cleanliness Drive  was organized on 9th May 2017 by the students of class  IV. The main purpose of this activity  was to create awareness among the students regarding Cleanliness and its benefits. Under this  activity , all the students had to clean  the playground , garden area , corridors  and  other areas  in the school. They picked up the litter  and  threw in the dustbins. Some of  them  did the dusting of the room also.
         There was whole hearted participation by the students and created a sense of awareness and responsibility among  them towards the wellbeing of their community. They  cleaned up every nook and corner of the school. They came out with beautiful banners , posters and  slogans  too.
The purpose behind the programme  was  to create  awareness among the students regarding  cleanliness and its benefits.  They all promised to take care of the cleanliness  of their surroundings  and encourage  others  also   to do the same.


English Language Festival

The English Department of Mount Abu Public School celebrated 'Musings', the English Language Festival for classes I-XII on the occasion of William Shakespeare's Birthday. The fortnight long festival culminated into 'Encore', the English Exhibition, which was highly appreciated by The Guest of Honour, Children's Author, Ms. Vaijayanti Savant Tonpe



The School celebrated the World Earth Day on 22nd April,2017 in support with Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India and in association with Millennium India Education Foundation. The eminent Guests present on the occasion included Director MIEF Dr. Uday Kakroo, Ms. Madho Dalela, Joint Director, Songs and Drama Divison, Ministry of information and broadcasting representatives from Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India , Aiswarya Sehgal, Programme Coordinator from UNIC along with Ms. Shachi Chaturvedi. A series of Inter School Competitions on Painting, Slogan Writing and Poem recitation, Display of best out waste, rally on “Save Earth” were held

The Principal of the school along with eminent Guests inaugurated the celebration by lighting the lamp of knowledge thus spreading the message of saving the mother nature. The Principal, in her welcome address, highlighted the role of young learners in spreading the message of safeguarding Planet Earth.The representatives from UNIC highlighted the need to make environment sustainable.

The event witnessed the wholehearted participation of around 200 students from different reputed schools of Delhi. The participants showed their keen interest in conserving the mother earth and the natural resources available for a sustainable survival .The event included with the prize distribution to the winners of different events. The honourable guests appreciated the children for their curiosity and enthusiasm for the noble cause and encouraged them for their future endeavours


Parents Orientation Session Classes VI- VIII

On April 29,2017 Parents of the Students of Classes VI-VIII were invited to attend an orientation session. The programme began with the welcoming of parents by our co-ordinator Madam. She emphasized that parents should take care of the following points for the proper grooming & development of their children development of values spending quality time with children & punctuality. A short movie was presented on effective parenting followed by the guidelines on evaluation and assessment system. Our school counselor gave tips for personality grooming of children. Parents were briefed about the content of Almanac, School Procedures, work habits and ‘A day without School Bag’ i.e. Saturday. Necessary information about school Blogs, Snap Homework, Olympiads and Clubs was also provided to the parents. The programme concluded with a ‘Vote of thanks’ by our co-ordinator Madam. She profusely thanked the parents.


Parents Orientation Session Classes IX- X

Parent Orientation Programme for Classes IX-X was conducted on 29th April 2017. The session was initiated by the coordinator. The school counselor, representative from I-smart,subject experts and teachers discussed and enlightened the parents on various related topics. The session remained interactive and appreciated by the parents 


Parents Orientation Session Classes XI- XII

The School conducted the Orientation Session for the parents of students of Classes XI and XII for the new academic year. The  parents were guided about the Vision and Mission of the school and as to how the school strives hard to develop the personality of the individual through a number of Clubs and House activities. They were also made aware about the type of curriculum followed and the pattern of examination and how each day in the school plays a significant role in the life of the child. The parents were advised to be an active partner in the development of the children by motivating them for betterment in each and every sphere of the school education. The session concluded with a vote of thanks proposed   for the kind presence of the parents on the day


Parents Orientation Session Classes II- V

The school conducted Parents Orientation Session for the parents of Classes II -V on 8th April 2017.The session  aimed at acquainting the parents with the school ''s functioning and providing them with the guidelines to ensure the holistic development of the child. madam Principal, Mrs Jyoti Arora in her welcome address highlighted the significant role of parents in child's academic journey. She also informed the parents about the proud accomplishments of the school. The address by the School Counsellor on Healthy Parent child relationship was quite enriching. The session also stressed upon  the school's rules for attendance, examination and promotion policy along with an insight of almanac. The mentors of the school informed the parents about the school's innovative initiatives that have futuristic vision and about the work habits ensure overall development of the child. The coordinator, Primary Wing, Mrs Suneja proposed a vote of thanks to the parents and hoped for a healthy relationship between the school and the home.



Mount Abu Public School, Sector-5, Rohini got the privilege to display  its sense of commitment by  sending  its young force as brand ambassadors for Conservation of Environment and become active agents of social change by means of an Awareness Drive, Swachh Paryavaran Walk on 19 February 2017 at Rajpath in association with PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 6000 participants promoted the idea of being considerate towards animals and put an end to deforestation. The rally was graced by Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore Hon’ble Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

The major theme of the rally was environment awareness with underlying sub- themes like water conservation, afforestation etc.. keeping with the theme of the event another major issue that was taken up and brought forward was animal life affected due to environmental degradation.

Mr. Gopal Jiwarajka, President PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry said some of the greatest threats faced by the planet as of 2017 are climate change and global warming. The aim of the initiative is only to elucidate the importance of clean environment, so that we all can make this world a better place to live in. Mr. G.S. Singhvi Chairman, Organising Committee appreciated a tremendous response from various Organizations and Institutions in supporting the cleanliness campaign.

MAPIANS  proved that tiny actions are better than the boldest intention. They enthusiastically propagated the message that animals are sharing this planet earth equally and should be taken care by human beings. MAPIANS were happy to participate in the initiative to make this world a better place to live in. This initiative highlights that we have the responsibility of handling the torch of knowledge which should be lit as brighter as we can before we hand it over to the next generation.




The school believes that in a healthy body resides a healthy mind. To ensure the same the school collaborated with the renowned NGO Sharp and organized a medical checkup for all the students of the school. Their team of expert doctors and staff checked the eyesight, weight, height, throat and general health and hygiene of the students. The checkup is a regular feature of the school that is aimed at making students fit and healthy. It also aims to diagnose the health issue at an early stage, if it exists, so that timely treatment can be given and the children blossom with complete fitness and happiness



The School organized a session sponsored by I-Smart. The children from classes IX and X participated in diversities activities for development of personality and enhancing their skills. The children were engaged in a number of activities. Like obstacle race, Bursting balloons and knowing more about leadership skills etc. The I-Smart volunteers appreciated the children for their active engagement and the best teams were awarded with prizes and certificates. The day long session concluded with the vote of thanks to the I-Smart volunteers for their efforts



“We believe that the World is changing with technology everyday” With this thought in mind, the school keeps on exploring and practicing the new advents in Communication & Technology. One such step was- Computer Week Celebration (21st- 25th November) Students at different levels participated in various activities which were planned for them and they showed enthusiasm and creativity to do those activities. Classes I & II did the worksheets containing different terms and colouring sheets related to the computers and its uses. Class III students made beautiful pieces of art out of electronic waste and they enjoyed doing this activity and displayed their creative ideas. Class IV & V students participated in Pre-tech competition where they were supposed to present themselves as any hardware device or software program and the young learners came up a lot of information with beautiful props. Class VI students designed doodle for google using their imaginary and creative skills and the result was marvelous doodles. Robotics workshop was organised for the students of class VII & VIII to make them gain the conceptual knowledge of programmable robots like line follower and wall follower robots. Class IX & X students created blogs and the movies on the topic “Digital India” assimilating the message for their countrymen to go digital. Cyber threats and cyber safety tips were also the main focus in the special assembly and peer mentoring was also done on the same topics in the classes. 


LIFE SKILL SUMMIT (6th- 8th December)

“Life is not what happens to us life is how we respond to it”
The ADOLESCENT LIFE SKILLS SUMMIT conducted by Expressions India at Summer Field School Kailash Colony was very equipping and interesting for the students. The students from renowned schools from all over the country participated enthusiastically in the summit. The summit was a three day program and included numerous interactive activities for the student. Each school displayed their captivating stall with various artworks related to life skills. The stalls were very impressive. The MAPIANS enthusiastically participated in every activity and won first position in "on the spot poster making competition". Events like thematic Jingle, theme Song, wellbeing quiz helped the students a lot in learning and getting a wonderful experience. The summit taught the students briefly about each and every aspect of life which will surely help them in living a better quality of life and succeeding


Tiger Walk

On the occasion of International Tiger Day, the National Tiger Conservation authority along with the WWF India & Wildlife Trust of India organised a "Tiger Walk" from the intersection of Rajpath & Rafi Ahmed Marg to India Gate on 29th July 2016 where our young Mapians showed their concern for the wildlife by joining the rally.


Mock Drill on Natural Disaster and Fire Safety

The School organized the Mock drill for disaster to equip the children with the basic safety measures in case of any natural calamity. The whole school was evacuated with in a time span of 5 mins as prescribed by Department of Disaster Management. The Drill followed the basic guidelines strictly where the Nodal Incharge briefed the children about the significance and how the pressure of mind can avoid casualties and mitigate the disasters.



‘Cleanliness Drive' was organized in school to spread the awareness among the students that cleanliness is next to godliness. Students were given the worksheet to do in class. 
Then the students went in every nook and corner of the school to spread the awareness among the students with the beautiful play cards and head gears. The children actively participated in the drive
and picked up the bits and pieces of paper wherever could see. We concluded the drive with the ‘Signature Campaign' in which the students wrote their remarks and promised that they would keep their 
surroundings clean.


Run for RIO

A wonderful initiative taken by Government of India to promote Olympics was Run for RIO. This event by organized at Major Dhyanchand Stadium on 31st July' 16, Sunday. Students and Teachers from various school participated enthusiastically. About 20,000 people assembled over there to encourage our participation in Olympics. Participants from KIIT, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Maxfort Alchon etc were there. We reached at the venue at 6:15 a.m with 49 students. Our honourable P.M Shree Narendra Modi gave green signal by hoisting the flag for starting the race. People from all the walks of life were in sight to show their love and affection for our country. Breakfast was arranged for everyone. Every few meters Ambulance and water tanks were available, to avoid any inconvenience. “ Zumba” Dance team was invited for warm-up exercise . They guided us for warm up exercise, which was very entertaining. The music played was full of energy which was propagated in the participants. All the participants after finishing the race were awarded with a Medal. The race finished at Nehru Stadium



Directorate of Education, NCT, Delhi Zone XI & XIII organized Children Science Congress 2016 at Mount Abu Public School, Sector -5, Rohini, Delhi to develop scientific temperament through technologies and innovative skills among the students. The students gave remarkable presentations on the themes Health & Nutrition, Cleanliness, Natural Resources Management and Natural Disasters. The students of about 40 schools participated from Zone XI & XIII and 11 schools got selected for the Centre level.


Save Water Rally

School organized a rally on August 3, 2016 to create awareness about water conservation.  The objective of the rally was to make students understand the importance of conserving water and to sensitize them about water conservation. "We were so excited about the rally that we started preparing banners a month in advance; few students got along with the teachers to prepare slogans. The teachers had been explaining them the importance of water conservation since the last few days. Children were excited as they shouted slogans and carried placards that mentioned the significance of water conservation. The children holding the banners visited each class within the school premises and motivated the children to come forward and participate in the conservation of water. They encouraged everyone to have an Eco – friendly approach towards saving the environment and emphasized that it is the only key for better survival. The enthusiasm of the students during this rally was worth appreciating and gave us the feeling that we need not worry about the future of this planet if we have our present generation so enlightened about the earth's conservation. They appreciated the gift of nature in true sense.



" Self Defense is the need of the hour. In today's world, when women face challenges based on social, mental, physical order, self-defense is the immediate rescue. Girls of classes vi-viii were given an opportunity to learn how to overcome the difficulties faced by them in everyday life by introducing them to a SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING PROGRAMME for a period of 10 days (2nd May-11th May 2016) organised by Delhi Police in the school premises. Participation certificates were also given to appreciate their efforts. Such trainings will give them an edge over other women and they can be winners for life.


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