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Reports on innovative practices and initiatives taken in non academic areas during online session this year during lockdown

Class XI and XII Psychology Students participated in Fortis Mental Health Internship and Other Workshops:-

  • The internship ranging over 5 days provided a brief overview on Mental Disorders

  • The webinar included discussions on types of Clinical Disorders, starting with disorders in children like autism, dyslexia and ADHD, next was Mood Related Disorders including Depression and its key feature being the negative thought triad - hopelessness, helplessness and worthlessness. Furthermore, the Mood Related Disorders included Bipolar Disorder and its symptoms, Anxiety Disorder and how to deal with a panic attack, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD). The discussion then panned out towards Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Schizophrenia and Somatic Symptom Disorder.

  • The internship included a 3 day sports psychology workshop and a 7 day Prosocial Peer Moderator Programme.

Webinar on coping with Mental Health during the Pandemic was conducted by school counsellors for students.

  • A Webinar was held on Monday 15 June on the topic- “Importance of Mental well being and social practices during Quarantine” with class 11th students, under the guidance of teacher incharges: Ms. Sangeeta Narang, Ms. Astha Bajaj.

  • The webinar consisted of various issues like coping up with mental health problems and other social practices during quarantine, its effects and consequences and solutions to it.

  • The students participated quite enthusiastically, shared about their problems and the over all session came out to be very motivating and encouraging.

MINDSMART 2020 - Adolescent Peer Educators’ Leadership Course in Life Skills & Wellbeing was attended online by our school counsellor and peer educators

  • The students of class IX, XI and XII participated in the MINDSMART Peer Educators’ Leadership Course organised by Expressions India as an endeavour to promote Life Skills and Wellbeing to adolescents on 22nd and 25th July. A series of webinars were held to teach the volunteers the importance of Life Skills and the role they play in the lives of adolescents these days in the 21st century.

  • The webinars were an insight into the importance of life skills in our lives. Guiding us through various stages of life are our ability of understanding, empathizing, awareness and several other life skills. Students were also told how we as individuals should have a positive self esteem, be self aware, love the way they are, and the most important concept of individuality as to how everyone is different, from different backgrounds but unique at the end of the day.

Career Fair by GEECS:-

  • Global Engagement in Education & Counselling Support organised the Webinar based "VIRTUAL - Selective University Fair” for students of class 11th and 12th on 14th August, 2020. This Fair was curated by former admissions/international Recruitment officers, University professors, Teachers and counselors from some top schools in the country today.

  • The participating universities included- Instituomaragoni, University of Victoria, Flame University, uOttawa, University of Greeenwich, Switz Education Foundation and Ahmedabad University

The Crucial Stream-Selector by D.P.S. Mathura Road:-

  • The school in association with Career Launchers organised a webinar on 5th September, 2020 for classes 9th and 10th to make the students aware of how crucial stream selection is and what all factors must be kept in mind while selecting a stream.

  • Ms.Neha Wahi, Vice President, Capacity Building Department, Career Launchers was the eminent speaker. Ms. Neha put forth a plethora of information on each stream laying special emphasis on the fact that there is more to what meets the eye.

  • On an ending note, she advised the students to meticulously plan their way forward and choose their streams wisely as it can make a lot of impact on their lives.

World Mental Health Week:-

  • World Mental health Week was observed from 4th to 10th October Students from Classes VI-XII participated in Poster Making and Slogan Writing Competitions. Counsellors narrated stories on Mental Wellbeing during counselling and mentoring classes organised for students. The Poster entries and Story was submitted on the CBSE Manodarpan protal.

  • World Mental Health Day was celebrated on 10th October 2020.

  • Various students also participated in Mental Health Awareness Workshop organised by InsideYou and National Conference organised by Expressions India founded by Dr. Jitendra Nagpal on World Mental Health Day.

The Mental Awareness workshop was also attended by some of our class IX and XI students on the same day by Inside You to spread awareness regarding mental health. A great initiative started by Ms.Prakriti . The workshop was for 2 Days, 2 hour for each day. It was held on 10th-11th October . On each day, students were taught something new. It was a great experience to attend the workshop, especially for students who were willing to pursue Psychology in the future.

On the first day, we were given an introduction by Ms.Sakshi . A happiness wellbeing session was conducted in which students were told to make a circle on a sheet of paper and write down the thoughts that they had in their mind and highlight them according to the time. e.g. if the thought was for a short period of time(thoughts about the workshop) or a long time(sleep ,study). Students were told to make an I using paper and write own what they think of themselves (shy, dancer, singer, introvert), what qualities they like about us(honesty , understanding) and how/what they want to become(psychologist , courageous).

On the second day, it was an activity based session. Students were told to make 7 columns on a paper. They had to write sleep ,leisure ,diet ,exercise, time spend with our family , school work and hygiene and mark themselves out of 10. They had to keep a record of it by keep marking themselves and try to improve. For the second activity they had to draw a circle and divide it into four boxes and write love ,fear ,anger and trust in the first, second, third and the fourth box respectively, They had to write down the things we loved , feared etc..Overall it was a very interactive session for our students.

Webinar on Behavioural Economics by Krea University:-

  • A webinar was conducted by Krea University on Behavioural Economics and the modern world on 13th of October.

  • The main speaker throughout the webinar was Prof. Gaurav Ghosh who is an Associate Professor of Economics at the university. The webinar majorly focused on career possibilities based on the application of behavioural economics in the practical world.

Stream Selection Webinar by Pratham Coaching Institute:-

  • Pratham coaching institute conducted stream counselling webinar which exclusively catered to the class 10 students of DPS Mathura Road.

  • Mr. Ankit Kapoor was the main speaker throughout the session.

  • Mr. Ankit Kapoor put forth a plethora of professions stemming from each stream apart from the conventional ones. He shed light on professions like biotechnology, aviation, analysts, stock broker, marketing, law, mass communication, civil services etc.

Compliance Report for CBSE CIRCULAR No: Acad-83/2020:-

  • The International Day Against Bullying and Violence was observed on 5th November 2020 in our school.

  • The students of Class XII from the Dramatics Club at DPS Mathura Road also made a Short Film to spread awareness on ‘Cyber Bullying’ which was submitted at the UNESCO.

  • A poster making competition was organised for all classes on the topic: Anti Bullying.


Report of the 2 days Conclave on School Education in the 21st century - Shikshak Parv

The ministry of education organised Shikshak parv from 8th September to 25th September on the theme of National education policy for principals, teachers, parents and students. On 10th and 11th, National conclave on National Education policy was organised. Smt Anita Karwal, secretary, dept of school education and literacy, MOE, Govt. of India spoke about implementation of NEP which would be flexible and innovative in approach. The teachers need to think out of the box and make learning a joyful and experiential process. The process of examination and assessment also needs to be changed. All 60 boards in India would have a standardised system of assessment.

The states and Centre will have discussions, webinars etc and draft implementation plan will be made. The CBSE NEP song was played on theme Nayi Taleem. NEP will focus on the foundational literacy and Numeracy at the preprimary and primary levels. Principals from Haryana and UP spoke about their implementation of Saksham program which improved students competency level.

The emphasis should be on competency based teaching and not rote learning. The learning outcomes are well defined goals decided by teachers. Some schools have started mission Prerna for Teaching Learning material for primary students where they they can see, hear and feel the learning and all senses are used. For this, posters, videos, from Khan academy, NCERT, ICT, smart boards, Diksha app can be used. The outcome of exam is not just knowledge but development of psychomotor skills. So formative assessment must be done and remedial teaching for weak and slow learners is a must.

For primary classes, study from home can be followed where students can be given a week's syllabus along with videos and learning outcomes r well defined. Then on weekend quizzes can be conducted to assess the kids FNL. There can be shikshamitra for every weak student whether a parent, brother, neighbour, or a friend who would provide a gadget or study material for help.

The concept of e pathshala is followed in the state of Haryana where teaching is done through the videos from Khan academy, Pratham, Doordarshan, Aakashvani, mission Prerna, youtube channel, Diksha app, and whats app grp of teachers can provide training to thousands of teachers through NCERT.

Videos on NEP were played at intervals with our prime minister talking about new education reforms.

Art integrated and toy integrated approach be followed as said by Ms Pawan Sudhir from NCERT. At all the levels of education, art forms like the music, dance, visual art, craft, drawing and painting, culinary art, thumb printing, drama, theatre be used for all subjects to make learning joyful and develop creativity, critical thinking, cognitive abilities, and respect for one's culture, tradition, heritage, and environment.

Radio jockeying, photography, poster making, use of toys, puppets, wooden dolls and games provide joyful learning and lead to emotional wellbeing in the kids. Specially for the special needs children, art therapy plays a positive role in enhancing their creative and divine abilities. Games and models develops ethics and values along with collaborative work and experiential learning.

Early child care and education is very crucial as it determines what child would become. Parents play a very important role and schools must involve the parent community in school activities so that children can develop good healthy habits and values.

Classrooms should be multilingual for small children. Inclusive education shd ensure participation of special needs children in all activities. Gender equality be taught in classrooms. Peer learning and collaborative assessment be done.

Brain and physical body development are interrelated. School should be a social space where play way method is used for education. Storytelling and narratives help to develop values in children and bring joy. Outdoor activities bring out the observation and exploration and enquiry based learning.

Physical activities like running, balancing and climbing improve the gross motor and fine motor skills. Games are very important for language development and increases the observation skills.

There is a need for redesigning of progress card which would have the academic, co curricular, extra curricular, uniqueness, psychomotor, cognitive and holistic progress of child. Students should be awarded stars for their behaviour, discipline, achievements in sports and other activities. Child with maximum stars get superstar. Rubrics or descriptors to be used for formative assessment which wd. motivate children and increase their confidence. Self assessment could be used along with peer assessment and teacher assessment. The students must be aware of their strengths and weaknesses.

NEP aims at Holistic development of the child. It allows flexibility, inclusivity and a shift from cognitive learning to Holistic learning. Students can choose Vocational subjects like carpentry, plumbing, masonry, gardening, agriculture, tailoring, designing, home science or food production, etc. Schools should produce a mix of entrepreneurs, skilled jobs, scientists and researchers. Students to be provided practical knowledge thru visit to bank, rural areas, MUN, Vedic Maths, Abacus, museum., for experiential learning.

Use of mother tongue and local regional language for education at early primary levels be allowed as it leads to better learning and understanding in kids.

Integration of subjects be allowed. Stream selection is not important as board does not allow. One can choose combination of subjects of one's choice and there should be flexibility. Holistic development takes place when we combine different subjects and develop values and skills for self employment and employment of others.

The conclave of first day ended by remarks from NCERT director Dr. Senapati saying that every learner is unique. We must use different pedagogy for different learners and process of assessment be changed. Education should be Holistic, inter disciplinary and multilingual, and experiential.

The webinars and discussions were conducted by award winning principals from across the country on the above issues.

The second day of the conclave on 11th Sept started with inputs by chairman of Education Draft policy NEP. There is need of flexible and integrated form of education whereby students can make their own choices about the subjects and should be able to develop values and skills for their future endeavours. Importance must be given to the teachers. From age 3,every child should get highest quality of education. The psychological burden of exam must be reduced and new policy would lead to the biological, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development of every child. 5 +3+3+4system is most suited for children between 3 to 18 years.

All students will learn social sciences, sciences, physical education, music, maths etc. Parents will be involved in all matters. Equity and Inclusion must be there. Principles of trust must be there to. do right things and to the best of abilities. Children must feel happy and joyful. The foundation of schooling must be strong and there should be no distinction between academics, sports, arts and physical education. Education must lead to Holistic development of child. The minister of education spoke about the NEP to have equity, flexibility, stability and international vision where students study in groups through collaborative learning, and they have to upgrade their skills for their Holistic development.

NEP is focusing on making foundation seeds for new generation,to develop 21st century skills in students, to train teachers for making learning outcomes, multilingual dictionaries, kitchen gardens, museums, community libraries.,

Our prime minister Shri Narendra Modi spoke about getting transformation in old methods of education. The childhood years are crucial years which build up the values and skills in children through fun learning, games, activities, discovery based outings. As kids grow bigger, they must want to learn and develop mathematical thinking and scientific temper. After 3rd class. a child must be able to read 30 or 35 words in 1 minute. Oral fluency must be enhanced. Learning must be beyond classes, related to their surroundings and real world. In Japan students are taken to jungles to see and feel nature,to get attached to their environment and they enjoy a lot. In Gujrat, students are taken to villages to find culture and tradition of people. They engage, explore, express, experience, and excel and have a collaborative learning which is joyful. Students can visit the US station, hospitals, fire station, for experiential learning. Skilled people like potters and artisans can be invited for workshops and exhibitions. Practical exposure would lead to a complete lifelong learning. Syllabus must be reduced. Stress should be on fundamental things, integrated, interdisciplinary, and multidisciplinary approach. It must teach 21st century skills, critical thinking, curiosity, communication, creativity, artificial intelligence, data science and robotics. It is not marks which define a child. It is what they play, when they talk to family, when they go out, all this matters. That is real learning. Students must be taken away from stress and pressure. One main exam cannot determine progress. It should have self assessment and peer assessment Holistic report card be there instead of marksheet which would highlight unique potential, attitude, talent, efficiency, competency and creativity of child. Whichever language the child is comfortable,, can be used. In countries like Japan, Ireland, Finland, Estonia primary education is in mother tongue. All regional languages must be promoted. Teachers have to take kids to this new journey and take it as a mission.

The 360 degree Holistic report card would be a multidimensional card to trace in all learning domains of child. It will be child centric, activity based, project based, group work, Quizzes, role plays, portfolios based tracing the overall personality of child.

The flexibility of choosing different combinations of art and science subjects would make students more confident, competent, productive, skillful, independent and venture into different jobs and imbibe the values, culture, traditions and aesthetics to live a happy life leading to social, emotional and physical well-being.

The practise of vocationalisation would develop skills for students to enable them to earn a livelihood in future eg. carpentry, agriculture, gardening, plumbing, culinary art, textile designing, tailoring, air-conditioning, electrical work.


Workshops/Seminars/Meetings attended by teachers (2018-19)

Date Venue/Organizer Topic Attended by
10.4.2018 Delhi Public School Society , ECE Discussion Meeting  on Elementary Education Programme at HRDC Lodhi Road Mrs. Anju Sharma
17.4.2018 Max Mueller Bhawan, New Delhi Seminar on Tests, Exams and Evaluation Ms. Dolly Jain
24.4.2018 INTACH, Lodhi Estate
New Delhi
Workshop on Delhi’s History and Heritage Mrs. Harshita Bakshi
26.4.2018 Expressions India The Adolescent Peer Educators Leadership Course in Life Skills & Wellbeing Mrs. Sangeeta Narang
27.4.2018 Maharaja Agrasen Model School, CD Block, Pitampura, Delhi Micro-scale Chemistry Workshop for the Chemistry Teachers (PGT Chemistry) Ms. Mukta Midha
28.4.2018 KG Hall DPS Mathura Road Workshop on POCSO/Gender Sensitization/Child Protection/Child Rights/Bullying– conducted by various panellists of DCPU & CWC Students of class VI
28.4.2018 KG Hall DPS Mathura Road  Session on Foster Care & Sponsorship - conducted by various panellists of DCPU & CWC Parents of class VIII
28.4.2018 India Islamic Centre, Lodhi Road Workshop on the changes in class XII Accountancy Syllabus Ms. Inderjeet Kaur
1.5.2018 - 11.5.2018 Delhi Public School Society, ECE ECE Batch XXI Phase – I (Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education) Ms. Shaista Khan
12.5.2018 Tagore international School Regional Conference of School Teachers Mrs. Neha Sharma
Ms. Madhumita Saha
16.5.2018 Mr. Rohit Tandon Workshop on “Cyber Crime” Students of class XII
22.5.2018 – 23.5.2018 CBSE Centre of Excellence Capacity Building Programme on Social Science Mrs. Fatima Khan
12.6.2018 – 16.6.2018 Department of Education in Social Sciences, NCERT Workshop on Development of Exemplar in Business Studies and Accounting Ms. Madhu Vaswani
25.6.2018 – 26.6.2018 CBSE Centre of Excellence Capacity Building Programme on Science Mrs. Neena Sinha
28.6.2018 CBSE Centre of Excellence Workshop on “Use of ICT in School Education” 50 teachers of DPS Mathura Road
28.6.2018 – 29.6.2018 Delhi Public School Society, ECE Sanskrit Language Communication Workshop – Vak Bhushnam Mrs. Rashmi Bhardwaj
29.6.2018 PRATHAM U/O International Institute of Financial Markets Limited Teachers Training Workshop 30 teachers of Middle School
10.7.2018 CEM, Delhi Public School Society Discussion meet pertaining to academic programme in Commerce for classes XI & XII Mrs. Neha Sharma
Mr. Santosh Sen
12.7.2018 DAV Public School, Vasant Kunj Atal Tinkering Lab Workshop on “How to promote innovation through technology among school students” Ms. Monika Sethi
Ms. Anubha Mediratta
18.7.2018 -19.7.2018 Hindu College Chemistry Workshop Mrs. Neenu Sharma
Mrs. Deepti Garg
24.7.2018 CEM, Delhi Public School Society Discussion on Important Issues in Micro Economics (based on Class XII Text) Mrs. Sanchita Dutta
26.7.2018 – 27.7.2018 CBSE Centre of Excellence Capacity Building Programme on Social Science Mrs. Renuka Bareja
27.7.2018 DDE Zone – 25 Training Programme on school (Disaster Management Plan) Mr. Santosh Sen
Mr. Rajiv Bulandani
27.7.2018 – 28.7.2018 CBSE  Centre of Excellence organized CBP at  DPS Mathura Road Capacity Building Programme on English-X Organised for 46 teachers of different schools & Mrs. Nita Jain, Mrs. Kamini Dhody and Mrs. Seema Anjum , teachers of our school,  also attended
10.8.2018 – 11.8.2018 CEM, Delhi Public School Society Gender Awareness and Sensitization Mr. Naveen Kumar, Mr. Arvind Kumar, Mrs. Amit Kaur Sachdeva and Mrs. Bharti Joshi
13.8.2018 -14.8.2018 CBSE  Centre of Excellence organized Capacity Building Programme at DPS Mathura Road Capacity Building Programme on Accountancy – Class XII Organised for 78 teachers of different schools & , Mr. Santosh Sen and Mrs. Madhu Vaswani, teachers of our school,  also attended
16.8.2018 – 17.8.2018 CBSE Centre of Excellence, Patparganj Capacity Building Programme on Economics Ms. Meghna Verma
20.8.2018 – 21.8.2018 Kalka  Public School, Alaknanda Capacity Building Programme on Hindi class X Mrs. Vina Trivedi
23.8.2018 -24.8.2018  Delhi Public School Society, ECE Workshop on ‘Pencraft – Creativity with Handwriting' Ms. Navpreet Sahota
 Ms. Shivi Khosla
28.8.2018 – 31.8.2018 CEM, Delhi Public School Society Workshop titled Teaching Economics in the Changing World Mrs. Sanchita Dutta – reported as panellist
28.8.2018 – 31.8.2018 CEM, Delhi Public School Society Workshop titled Teaching Economics in the Changing World Mrs. Anisha Menon
29.8.2018 – 30.8.2018 HRD, Delhi Public School Society Discussion Meet “Mathematics – Discover the undiscovered” Mrs. Purnima Jain
30.8.2018 – 31.8.2018 Presentation Convent Sr. Sec. School, Delhi Capacity Building Programme on Science class X Mrs. Niyati Bahl
6.9.2018 – 7.9.2018 Arwachin Bharti Bhavan Sr.Sec.School, Vivek Vihar Delhi Capacity Building Programme on Hindi class X Dr.(Mrs) Ashish Vashisth
11.9.2018 & 13.9.2018 DPS Mathura Road Extra marks Training Prog. Ms. Tripti Singh, Ms. Mala Chawla. Ms. Monisha Das Gupta Kathuria, Ms. Harishita Bakshi, Mrs. Aruna Sharma, Ms. Niti Arora, Ms. Sasmita Satpathy and  Ms. Fatima
13.9.2018 – 14.9.2018 Ramjas School, RK Puram, New Delhi Capacity Building Programme on Physics class XII Mrs. Anjali Gupta
18.9.2018 – 19.9.2018 ITL Public School Capacity Building Programme on Economics Mrs. Disha Mendiratta
18.9.2018 HRDC, Delhi Public School Society Discussion Meeting – Commerce Programme Mr. Santosh Sen
18.9.2018 – 19.9.2018 Darbari lal DAV Model School, Pitampura, Delhi Capacity Building Programme on History class XII Mrs. Harshita Bakshi
19.9.2018 – 20.9.2018 Amrita Vidyalayam, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi Capacity  Building Programme on Mathematics class X Mrs. Apurva Uppal
26.9.2018 HRDC, Delhi Public School Society Meeting pertaining to Commerce Programme Mr. Santosh Sen
6.10.2018 – 7.10.2018 Lucknow National Science Teachers’ Congress at IISF-2018 Ms. Tabassum
6.10.2018 Mantra Hall, The Park Hotel, Parliament Street, New Delhi Workshop on Innovation in Hindi Teaching Ms. Anurahda & Ms. Asmita Pant
23.11.2018 to 3.12.2018 SCERT Online Capacity Building Programme Ms. Rubina Rehan
15.11.2018 CBSE, Rouse Avenue Delhi Meeting for review of the curriculum of Japanese for the session 2019-20 Mrs. Ruchi Jain
30.11.2018 – 1.12.2018 HRD Centre, Delhi Public School Society Dwarka Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education : Batch XII : Phase III Ms. Shaista Khan
7.12.2018 – 8.12.2018 ASN Senior Secondary School, Mayu Vihar, Delhi Capacity Building Programme on Health &   Physical Education Mrs. Amit Kaur Sachdeva
10.12.2018 – 21.12.2018 HRD Centre, Delhi Public School Society Dwarka New Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education : Batch XXII : Phase I Ms. Khushboo
Ms. Upasana Dixit
11.12.2018 – 12.12.2018 Amity International School, Gurgaon Capacity Building Programme on Hindi Ms. Mamta
17.12.2018 Delhi Public School Society, ECE Session conducted on Designing and making puppets Mrs. Kamna Arora and  other teachers
19.12.2018 -20.12.2018 CBSE Centre of Excellence organized CBP at DPS Mathura Road Capacity Building Programme on Mathematics  – Class X Organised for 34 teachers of different schools & Ms. Vandana Garg, Mrs. Yasheel Gupta, Mrs. Neena Wason and Mrs. Rakhi Tyagi  teachers of our school,  also attended
18.1.2019 DPS Mathura Road – ATAL Tinkering Lab Community Workshop Students and teachers of G.B. Pant Savodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Sriniwaspuri and Govt. (Co-Ed) Senior Secondary School, Nehru Nagar
18.1.2019 & 19.1.2019 CBSE  Centre of Excellence Capacity Building Programme on English – class XII Mrs. Poonam Gupta
21.1.2019 CBSE Training Proramme by CBSE and SAI for Khelo India National Fitness Assessment Prog. at Zonal/District Level Mr. Vikas Dutt
24.1.2019, 25.1.2019, 28.1.2019 and 30.1.2019 NCERT Online Course in Teaching of Science at Upper Primary Level Ms. Surabhi Bhargav
13.2.2019 Delhi Public School Society Professional Development Programme for Mathematics teachers handling Maths in class IV to VIII Mrs. Davesh Lobo and
Mrs. Neha Ghai
19.2.2019 and 20.2.2019 CBSE Centre of Excellence organized CBP at DPS Mathura Road Capacity Building Programme on Economics Organised for 40 teachers of different schools
20.2.2019 Institute of Counsellor Training Research and Consultancy (ICTRC) Managing Behavior Problems in Adolescents – New Challenges Ms. Anubha Mediratta
20.3.2019 DPS Mathura Road Workshop on RTE : Implication and challenges of diversity in class Teachers of Primary Wing
29.3.2019 SCERT Workshop for Classroom Observers Mrs. Disha Grover

Workshops/Seminars/Meetings attended by teachers (2017-18)

Date Venue/Organizer Topic Attended by
5.8.2017 Modern School,
Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
Workshop on “Didactic workshop for the teachers of Spanish as a foreign language” Ms. Dipti Budha
5.8.2017 New Saraswati Publications Language Symposium – 2017 Ms. Mamta Sharma
19.8.2017 Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry Programme on “Scrapbook – Children’s  Publishing Conclave” Ms. Anita Dixit
Ms. Ranjana Dean
22.8.2017 to 24.8.2017 DPSS HRDC Workshop on “Nurturing Young Minds” Ms. Niti Arora
Ms. Puja Singh
23.8.2017 Expressions India National Psycholympiad Ms. Astha Mahajan
24.8.2017 Expressions India National Psycholympiad Ms. Manvi Bakshi Jaggi
4.9.2017 Indian International Centre Workshop on “The Art and Science of Making Questions”– by Nishchal Shukla Mrs. Anubha Mediratta
6.9.2017 Indian International Centre Workshop on “Demystifying  World Problems” – by Valentina Trivedi Ms. Simi Arora
6.9.2017 Indian International Centre Workshop on “Project Based Learning” - by Shekhar Hardikar Mrs. Renu Raj Vardhan
7.9.2017 Indian International Centre Workshop on “Digital Portfolios for teachers” - by Shekhar Hardikar Ms. Sarabjeet
7.9.2017 Indian International Centre Workshop on “Making Videos for Teaching” – by Shridhar Jagtap Mr. Rajiv Sharma
18.9.2017 Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi Workshop on “New Assessment of CBSE” Ms. Renu Bibra
5.10.2017 DPS Society Meeting at HRD Centre,  Lodhi Road Mrs. Mukta Midha  & Mrs. Deepti Gupta
6.10.2017 The Grand, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi Future 50 schools shaping success 2017 – Event Mrs. Anita Marwah
11.10.2017 DPSS HRDC Hindi Language Workshop – UTKARSH – Ice Breaking Activities Mrs. Adarsh Ahuja
11.10.2017 to 13.10.2017 DPSS HRDC Hindi Language Workshop – UTKARSH Ms. Mamta Sharma
12.10.2017 to 15.10.2017 DPS Faridabad Maths Workshop Mr. Naveen Kumar – 12.10.2017 & 14.10.2017
Ms. Simi Arora  - 13.10.2017 & 15.10.2017
12.10.2017 & 13.10.2017 The Mother’s International School, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi Capacity Building Programme on English – Class X Ms. Neha Shrivastava
8.11.2017 & 9.11.2017 DPS Society ‘Developing Effective Learners through Differentiated Instructions” Ms. Astha Mahajan
Md. Ehsanul Haque
16.11.2017 to 18.11.2017 DPSS HRD International Convention on ECE in the Indian Context Ms. Deepti Sehgal
Ms. Meenal Garg
24.11.2017 & 25.11.2017 DPSS HRD Centre ECE (Batch XIX : Phase III) Ms. Rashmeet K Anand
Ms. Bhawna Malik
1.12.2017 Itihaas Summit 9th Annual Itihaas Summit Ms. Renuka Bareja
11.12.2017 to 13.12.2017 Expressions India International Adolescent Summit on Life Skills, Values Education, Gender and School Wellbeing - 2017 Mrs. Sangeeta Narang
Ms. Manvi Bakshi Jaggi
Ms. Astha Mahajan
Md. Ehsanul Haque

Workshop & Seminars Attended By The Teachers (2016-17)

DATE VENUE/ORGANIZER TOPIC ATTENDED BY
03.08.2016 DPS Mathura Road “Aero-nautical Engineering”  for Japan Foundation Teachers of DPS Mathura Road
06.08.2016 Ahlcon International School Science Workshop Mrs. Sipra Shekhar, TGT and Mrs. Seema Misra, TGT
11.08.2016 & 12.08.2016 Conducted by CBSE. CBSE Capacity Building Maths Workshop Mrs. Vandana Garg, TGT Mathematics
20.08.2016 Ramjas School, R.K. Puram “Education in the 4th Industrial Age” Mrs. Monica R Sahni, HOD Computer Science and Mrs. Anu Kumar, PGT
22.08.2016 to 24.08.2016 DPSS HRD Centre, DPS Dwarka Campus, New Delhi DPS Society Sanskrit Language Workshop at Middle   and Secondary Level (VI-X) Mrs.  Rashmi Bhardwaj, TGT Sanskrit
23.08.2016  & 24.08.2016 Conducted by CBSE National Conference on Examination Reforms for Inclusive Education Md. Ehsanual Haque, TGT Special Educator
23.08.2016 Springdales School Pusa Road, New Delhi NPSC Art Workshop on “Creating Visual Space for Learning Environment through Art” Mrs. Pranita Sharma, TGT and Mr. Pradip Rakshit, PRT
29.08.2016 to 31.08.2016 DPSS HRD Centre, DPS Dwarka Campus, New Delhi DPS Society Workshop on “Teacher as a Researcher and a Counsellor” – Elementary Classes for Teachers handling classes IV-VI Mrs. Mandeep Kohli, PRT and Mrs. Apurva Uppal, TGT Maths
30.08.2016 to 31.08.2016 DPSS HRD Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi DPS Society Workshop on “Crafting Mathematical Ideas – Class Level VI-VIII” Mrs.  Rakhi Tyagi, TGT Maths and Mrs. Yasheel Gupta, TGT Maths
06.09.2016 DPSS HRD Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Meeting for HOD Commerce Ms. Inderjeet Kaur, PGT
07.09.2016 Springdales School, Pusa Road, New Delhi “In Search of Shakespeare – His politics, our times” Mrs. Neha Shrivastav, TGT English
12.09.2016 The DPS Society, East of Kailash, New Delhi Maths Enrichment Programme for PGTs Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths
26.09.2016 to 01-10-2016 DPS Navi Mumbai Advanced Enrichment Programme in Mathematics Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths
27.09.2016 DPS Mathura Road “Human Rights” Teachers of DPS Mathura Road
14.09.2016 Ambience Public School “ECHO – Teacher Mentoring Program” Mrs.  Deepti Garg, TGT Science
09.09.2016 to 23.09.2016 Patiala Courses in Sports Science Mrs. Purmeet Bains, PRT
24.10.2016 & 25.10.2016 Gargi College, Delhi University Royal Society of Chemistry Mr. Virender Chhabra, HOD Chemistry
03.11.2016 to 06.11.2016 DPS R.K Puram The DPS Society Workshop on “Strengthening Foundations of Teaching Mathematics” in Senior Secondary Classes Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths and Mrs. Manisha Paul, PGT Maths
10.11.2016 to 12.11.2016 HRDC Centre, Dwarka Professional Development in Educational Management (Phase-IV) Mrs. Anju Sharma, HM Junior School
05.12.2016 to 16.12.2016 HRDC Centre, Dwarka Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education Batch XVIII Mrs. Kavita Khanna, PRT and Ms. Gayatri Negi, PRT
17.11.2016 & 18.11.2016 CBSE- Centre of Excellence, Gurgaon Capacity Building Programme on Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills  Mrs. Deeksha Bhardwaj, PGT
18.11.2016 & 19.11.2016 HRDC, DPS Dwarka, New Delhi. Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education Batch XVII, Phase III Mrs. Rachna Chhabra, PRT
20.11.2016 Surajkund, New Delhi Regional German Teachers Conference 2016 Mrs. Renu Bibra, PRT and Mrs. P. Dilma, TGT German
23.11.2016. Expressions India Peer Educators Mindsmart Workshop Mrs. Astha Mahajan, TGT Counsellor
07.12.2016 Mata Sundari College for Women, New Delhi-02 Meeting with the Chairman, CBSE Mrs. Deeksha Khera, Vice Principal (Academics)
---- Arwachin Bharti Bhawan Sr. Sec. School, Shahdara, Delhi. Seminar on Economics Mrs. Sancita Dutta. PGT and Mrs. Anisha Menon, PGT Economics
06.12.2016 to 08.12.2016 Summer fields School, Kailash Colony, New Delhi. International Adolescent Summit Mrs. Sangeeta Narang, Grade III PGT SUPW and Md. Ehsanual Haque, TGT Special Educator
07.12.2016 & 08.12.2016 IIC, New Delhi. Geospatial Technologies for Academicians Mrs. Shubhra Malhotra, HOD Maths
15.12.2016 HRDC, DPS Dwarka New Delhi. Session on Designing and Making Puppets Mrs. Kamana Arora, PRT
19.12.2016 HRDC, DPS Dwarka, New Delhi Discussion Pertaining to Language and Literary Programme Mrs. Dolly Dayal
21.12.2016 to 23.12.2016 HRDC, DPS Dwarka, New Delhi Maths Workshop on Understanding Mathematics Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths and Mrs. Vanda Garg, TGT Maths
23.12.2016  &24.12.2016 Maharaja Agrasen School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi Capacity Building Programme on Science Class X Mrs. Neenu Sharma, TGT
30.12.2016 HRDC Lodhi Road, New Delhi Meeting Pertaining to Librarians Mrs. Savita Khetwal
24.01.2017 & 25.01.2017 CBSE Centre of Excellence, Gurgaon Training of Prospective Resource Persons in English – Class X Mrs. Kamini Dhody
31.01.2017 PHD Chember Swachh Paryavaran A Recycling Awareness Workshop Teachers of DPS Mathura Road

 

  • DPS Mathura Road conducted JAL Workshop on “Aero-nautical Engineering”   for Japan Foundation on 3rd August 2016.

  • Mrs. Sipra Shekhar, TGT and Mrs. Seema Misra, TGT attended the Science Workshop on 6th August 2016 at Ahlcon International School.

  • Mrs. Vandana Garg, TGT Mathematics attended the CBSE Capacity Building Maths Workshop on 11th August and 12th August 2016.

  • Mrs. Monica R Sahni, HOD Computer Science and Mrs. Anu Kumar, PGT attended the Workshop on “Education in the 4th Industrial Age” on 20th August 2016 at Ramjas School, R.K. Puram.

  • Mrs.  Rashmi Bhardwaj, TGT Sanskrit attended the DPS Society Sanskrit Language Workshop at Middle   and Secondary Level (VI-X)   from 22nd August to 24th August 2016 at DPSS HRD Centre, DPS Dawrka Campus, and New Delhi.

  • Md. Ehsanual Haque, TGT Special Educator, participated in the National Conference on Examination Reforms for Inclusive Education on 23rd and 24th August 2016 conducted by CBSE.

  • Mrs. Pranita Sharma, TGT and Mr. Pradip Rakshit, PRT participated in NPSC Art Workshop on “Creating Visual Space for Learning Environment through Art” on 23rd August 2016 at Springdales School Pusa Road New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Mandeep Kohli, PRT and Mrs. Apurva Uppal, TGT Maths attended the DPS Society Workshop on “Teacher as a Researcher and a Counsellor” – Elementary Classes for Teachers handing classes IV-VI from 29th August to 31st August 2016 at DPSS HRD Centre, DPS Dawrka Campus New Delhi.

  • Mrs.  Rakhi Tyagi, TGT Maths and Mrs. Yasheel Gupta, TGT Maths participated in the DPS Society Workshop on “Crafting Mathematical Ideas – Class Level VI-VIII” from 30th August to 31st August 2016 at DPSS HRD Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

  • Ms. Inderjeet Kaur, PGT attended the Meeting for HOD Commerce on 6th September 2016 at DPSS HRD Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Neha Shrivastav, TGT English participated in interactive exploration entitled “In Search of Shakespeare – His politics, our times” on 7th September 2016 at Springdales School, Pusa Road, New Delhi.

  • Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths attended the Meeting  regarding Maths Enrichment Programme for PGTs on 12th September 2016 at the office DPS Society, East of Kailash, New Delhi.

  • Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths along with Master Akshat Chopra participated in Advanced Enrichment Programme in Mathematics at DPS Navi Mumbai from 26th September to 1st October 2016.

  • Mr. James Nedumpara, Senior  Director of Legal Studies, Amity University Conducted a session on “Human Rights” at DPS Mathura Road for students of class XII on 27th September 2016.

  • Mrs.  Deepti Garg, TGT Science attended the “ECHO – Teacher Mentoring Program” on 14th September 2016 at Ambience Public School.

  • Mrs. Purmeet Bains, PRT attended the Courses in Sports Science from 9th October to 23rd October, 2016 at Patiala.

  • Mr. Virender Chhabra, HOD Chemistry participated in the Workshop,   conducted by Royal Society of Chemistry, on 24th and 25th October 2016 at Gargi College, Delhi University.

  • Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths and Mrs. Manisha Pau, PGT Maths attended the DPS Society Workshop on “Strengthening Foundations of Teaching Mathematics in Senior Secondary Classes from 3rd November to 6th November 2016 at DPS RK Puram.

  • Mrs. Anju Sharma, HM Junior School attended Workshop on Professional Development in Educational Management (Phase-IV) from 10th to 12th Nov., 2016 at HRDC Centre, Dwarka.

  • Mrs. Kavita Khanna, PRT and Ms. Gayatri Negi, PRT participated in the Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education Batch XVIII from 5th Dec., 2016 to 16th Dec., 2016 at HRDC Centre, Dwarka.

  • Mrs. Deeksha Bhardwaj, PGT attended two days two days Capacity Building Programme on Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills   at CBSE- Centre of Excellence, Gurgaon on 17th & 18th November, 2016.

  • Mrs. Rachna Chhabra, PRT attended Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education Batch XVII, Phase III on 18.11.2016 and 19.11.2016 at HRDC, DPS Dwarka, and New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Renu Bibra, PRT and Mrs. P. Dilma, TGT German attended the Regional German Teachers Conference 2016 on 20th November 2016 at Surajkund, New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Astha Mahajan, TGT Counsellor along with 8 students attended the Peer Educators Mindsmart Workshop organized by Expressions India on 23.11.2016.

  • Mrs. Deeksha Khera, Vice Principal (Academics) attended the meeting with the Chairman, CBSE on 7.12.2016 at Mata Sundari College for Women, New Delhi-02.

  • Mrs. Sancita Dutta. PGT and Mrs. Anisha Menon, PGT Economics attended the Seminar on Economics at Arwachin Bharti Bhawan Sr. Sec. School, Shahdara, and Delhi.

  • Mrs. Sangeeta Narang, Grade III PGT SUPW and Md. Ehsanual Haque, TGT Special Educator participated in the International Adolescent Summit from 6.12.2016 to 8.12.2016 at Summer fields School, Kailash Colony, and New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Shubhra Malhotra, HOD Maths attended the two day orientation on Geospatial Technologies for Academicians on 7th and 8th Dec., 2016 at IIC, New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Kamana Arora, PRT and team of teachers reported for conducting a Session on Designing and making Puppets on 15.12.2016 at HRDC, DPS Dwarka and New Delhi.

  • Mrs. Dolly Dayal attended the Discussion pertaining to Language and Literary Programme on 19.12.2016 HRDC, DPS Dwarka, New Delhi

  • Mr. Naveen Kumar, HOD Maths and Mrs. Vanda Garg, TGT Maths participated in Maths Workshop on Understanding Mathematics from 21.12.2016 to 23.12.2016 at HRDC, DPS Dwarka, and New Delhi

  • Mrs. Neenu Sharma, TGT participated in the Capacity Building Programme on Science Class X on 23.12.2016 and 24.12.2016 at Maharaja Agrasen School, Ashok Vihar, and Delhi.

  • Mrs. Savita Khetwal attended the meeting pertaining to Librarians’ Workshop on 30th Dec., 2016 at HRDC Lodhi Road New Delhi

  • Mrs. Kamini Dhody attended the Training of Prospective Resource Persons in English – Class X on 24th and 25th Jan., 2017 at CBSE Centre of Excellence, Gurgaon.

  • A Recycling Awareness Workshop was conducted by PHD Chember Swachh Paryavaran on 31st Jan., 2017 at DPS Mathura Road.