Exhibitions & Special Days


“Be educated, be organized, and be agitated” – Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated on April 14 to mark the birth anniversary of Dalit icon Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, who is remembered as “The Father of the Constitution of India” and the man who fought for the oppressed. He was Independent India’s first law minister, the principal architect of the Constitution of India, and a founding father of the Republic of India. Popularly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar was an Indian jurist, economist, politician, and social reformerTo pay tribute to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, a special assembly was conducted by the students of class 3-C on 12th April 2022. The main aim of the assembly was to cultivate the values given by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar so that they become good and responsible citizens of our country. They were also motivated to think about their duties and rights.

“The essence of Baisakhi is to fill the lives of the people with joy, laughter, and happiness”.

India is a land of many cultures which blend into each other seamlessly. Each region has its own way of celebrating New Year usually when the crops are harvested. In Punjab, this day is celebrated as Baisakhi. To give an insight of this day, the little Dipsites celebrated Baisakhi-the festival of harvest with traditional fervour and gaiety on 12th April 2022. They came dressed up in Punjabi attire and gave a foot-tapping performance on Punjabi folk songs. The students were also told about the origin and value of Baisakhi and how our farmers work tirelessly for the community. The motive behind the celebration was to apprise the children of our rich culture and heritage and to extend their gratitude towards farmers.

Ram Navmi (Spl Assembly)

नौमी तिथि मधु मास पुनीता। सुकल पच्छ अभिजित हरिप्रीता ।।
मध्यदिवस अति सीत न घामा। प्रगटे अखिल लोक बिश्रामा ।।

He is humble, dignified, and a perfect personification of the ideal Human being. He is Shree Ram.
Students of class VI A organized a wonderful assembly to Mark the festivity of  Ram Navmi. Ram Navami is a Hindu spring festival that celebrates the birth of Rama, the seventh avatar of Vishnu, the one who was born to Queen Kaushalya and King Dasharatha in Ayodhya in Treta Yug on the Navmi tithi of Shukla paksha of the Chaitra month.
The students enthusiastically participated in the assembly. This well-threaded celebration weaved the experience of wonderful performances like soulful Bharatnatyam dance performance, blissful bhajan, poem, and quiz.
Ms. Surbhi H Sharma the Class Teacher in ‘Teacher’s Talk’ narrated a short story from Ramayana which taught the students that Rama always preached to not overpower the weak people as every bit is equally important.
Worthy life lessons on inner management that are reflections of Shree Ram’s life were shared by the students that will surely help everyone to achieve the desired goal.
Inspirational words of respected Madam Principal Ms. Vandana Dhupar filled our hearts with undying respect and devotion towards Shree Ram. Her words of encouragement awoke the desire to follow the path of truth and honesty, to follow the 3 A’s in life i.e… accept, appreciate, and apologize.
Madam Headmistress Ms. Anuradha Telang appreciated the efforts of the budding dipsites.


The Department of Science organized a ‘Virtual Science Fair’ on 29th January 2022 to keep the spark of creativity and curiosity alive amidst the pandemic situation. Students from classes 3 to 12 gave their contribution in the science fair.

The science fair consisted of projects based on the concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Students displayed self-designed working scientific models and projects. Students prepared still models, working models, colourful charts with different hues and posters depicting the importance of science in everyday life. The students were zealous to explain the concept of their project /experiment to virtual audience.

The projects were thought-provoking and showcased the collective efforts of students, parents, and teachers.


Delhi Public School Kolar Road marked the festivity of Christmas with great joy, fun and frolic. A special assembly was conducted ‘Carnival of Credo, Let’s Decorate the World with Values.’ The assembly had an amalgamation of joyous moments, imbibed with values and celebration.

Children’s Day

To make this event a memorable one for our young Dipsites, DPS Kolar Road Bhopal, celebrated children’s day on 12th November 2021 in the school premises. A special programme was organised by the teachers for their students on this occasion. The theme of the assembly was ‘Tare Zameen Par’.

Teachers’ Day

Students of DPS Kolar Road put together a programme to celebrate Teachers’ Day with warmth and earnestness. The virtual celebration began with a special prayer, scriptures and thought befitting the occasion. Students presented messages, songs and a skit that portrayed the gratitude, love and respect they feel for their teachers.

Virtual celebration of DPS Birthday

“The more you celebrate in life the more there is for life to celebrate”

Birthdays mark a beautiful new journey of experiences and memories. They also adds new challenges and paves the way to set new records. With this thought embedded firm, Delhi Public School, Kolar celebrated its 8th Birth Anniversary and Somvati Devi Shiksha Kendra, Kolar Road an endeavour of Jagran Social Welfare Society also celebrated its 6th Birthday.

The virtual birthday celebrations marked the following events:  Intersection Dance Competition, Painting, Best Out of Waste, Fireless Cooking, Puppet Making and Gardening.

Investiture Ceremony @ DPS Kolar

The 9th Investiture Ceremony with the motto ‘Learners, Leaders, Innovators’ was held in the premises of Delhi Public School, Kolar Road, Bhopal.  The students from classes III to XII and students of Somvati Devi Shiksha Kendra were inducted in the Prefectorial Council in a solemn ceremony. The occasion was graced by honourable Chief Guest Mr. Vipin Kumar Maheshwari, Additional DG Police, Special Task Force, M.P.


Intra Section Cultural Fiesta

Delhi Public School Kolar Road organized a Virtual Cultural Fiesta for the students and parents. This was organized with an intention to spread awareness and expose the students to the rich cultural heritage of North East India.


International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day was celebrated at DPS KOLAR on 28th – 29th July 2021 by the students of classes III to V in their respective classrooms. Different events were organized on this occasion.

Students showcased their creativity by making Tiger Bookmark with origami, Puppet Making (tiger) Activity-and tiger face masks.

Show and Tell Adjective

“Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning”.

Adjectives are words which are used to describe nouns. Keeping the kinaesthetic learners in mind Pen-down Adjectives activity was carried out for students of class II.

Food Pyramid Making

‘Food Pyramid Making’ activity was conducted for students of class II. The food pyramid is a visual representation of how different foods and drinks contribute towards a healthy balanced diet.

Swachhta Ki Aur –Cleanliness Drive

“When there is both inner and outer cleanliness, it approaches Godliness.”– Mahatma Gandhi.

To pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi, a cleanliness drive “Swachhta Ki Aur” was conducted for students of Class Prep on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The main purpose of the activity was to create awareness among the students regarding cleanliness and its benefits and also to create a happy and clean environment for people.

Hindi Diwas

“Hindi hamaari shaan hai; Desh ka abhimaan hai”

Hindi Diwas is celebrated on September 14 to pay tribute to the official language of India. It is a way to respect the language which is deeply rooted in our culture. To commemorate the popularity of Hindi, Hindi Diwas was celebrated by the students of classes Pre Nur. to II. The student celebrated the day with a myriad of activities.

Grand Parents Day ‘Bonne Bouche Carnival’


“Grandparents create memories that the heart holds forever.”

Grandparents are the family’s greatest treasure, the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest story tellers and the keepers of tradition. To honour them, DPS Castle of Dreams, Kolar Road celebrated Grand Parents Day as “Bonne Bouche Carnival”.

Colours of India

“COLOURS OF INDIA” was virtually conducted for the students of classes Pre-Nursery to II. Dressed in traditional costumes of various states, students confidently conveyed to the audience about rituals, their special cuisine, dance forms, language spoken, different places to visit and the various types of festivals celebrated.

My Country My Pride

‘My Country My Pride’ activity was conducted for students of class Nursery where children spoke about different national symbols.

Drizzle Over Me

To greet the rain and give our tiny tots the experience of raindrops, ‘Drizzle over me’, a virtual monsoon celebration was organized for the students of classes Nursery and Prep. It was a splendid learning session about the rainy season through presentation, activities and experiment.

Paper Bag Day

World Paper Bag Day is celebrated every year on 12th July to promote the use of paper bags for the cause of saving the environment. Making paper bags in different shapes and sizes proved to be a simple yet intriguing activity. The fun-filled activity inspired young Dipsites to contribute to Mother Nature by using paper bags and saying no to plastic bags.

The Party is On

An activity “The party is on..” was conducted for students of class Prep. The young Dipsites made beautiful and colourful birthday caps.

International Mud Day

‘International Mud Day’ was celebrated virtually for students of Classes Nursery to Prep. Tiny tots of class nursery enjoyed the day by preparing nutritional mud soup with the help of flowers, pebbles and mud for the plants.