|BBPS Dwarka Model UN Conference’13
Third Model United Nations Conference was held on 9 October 2013 for class X. It was a spectacular event with 250 participants from class X and XI. The simulation included seven committees such as IAEA, Security Council, UNDP,UNODC, HRC , Ecosoc and UNESCO with 91 countries. The Delegates provided concrete solutions in respective committees even during the MODEL EMERGENCY situation in MUN. Another unique feature of the conference was the simultaneous Press Conference of Committees which focused on transparency of the decisions passed through consensus in the various committees. The students were awarded Best Delegate and Best Position Paper in every committee.
|Mock Evacuation Drill
An evacuation drill in the school premises was conducted on 5 October 2013.It was carried out with an explicit exit plan. The students evacuated the classrooms immediately after the hooter was sounded. This was followed by a live demonstration of the use of the fire extinguishers and other fire prevention and mitigation measures. All classes from VI to X along with the entire staff took part in the drill under the supervision of Mr Bhatnagar and Mr Amit from the Delhi Fire Service department.
|Spell Bee Quiz
Spell Bee Quiz was organized on October 4, 2013 for class 1 students. In each round, the participants competed in numerous challenges like identifying the picture, fill in the missing letters and jumbled words etc. All the students had exuberant time learning with immense enthusiasm.
To promote excellence and holistic development, Dhoom a mega talent hunt show was organized from August 1 to 8, 2013. The exquisite show featured an eclectic mélange of activities such as Dance, Music, Art & Craft, Dramatics, Elocution, Mathematical and Sporting prowess. Popular events like ‘Super Chef’ and ‘Cute Kidz’ saw enthused participation of kids and parents alike. The week long activities were judged by eminent jury who appreciated the initiative and confidence of the enterprising students and lauded efforts of the school for nurturing talent.
|INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY 2013
Ishita Jain (XI D) and Vaibhav Midha (XI D) presented paper on ‘Armed Conflicts’ on the occasion of ‘International Youth Day organised at United Nations Information Centre on August 12, 2013, which was appreciated for its deep insight.
|NATIONAL SPORTS DAY
The birth anniversary of legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand was celebrated as National Sports Day on August 29, 2013 with fervour and enthusiasm. The meet was declared open by the Chief Guest, Mr Rameo James, a renowned hockey player and coach. The programme included colourful welcome run , power pack of races in which our young athletes participated with a great spirit. Taekwondo performance by Vaibhav Bansal (VI-D ) was cynosure of all eyes.
|TEACHERS APPRECIATION DAY
Teachers Appreciation Day was celebrated on September 7, 2013. The school Principal congratulated the teachers for doing a commendable job and reiterated the pivotal role played by teachers in moulding a child’s life, in touching a child’s heart and soul with the alchemy of care and concern. The teachers were felicitated for completing five years of exemplary service to the institution by members of the P.T.A. The Principal was felicitated for winning Prestigious State Teachers Award conferred by Chief Minister of Delhi, Mrs Sheila Dixit.
|WALK FOR WATER
Growing urbanization and population has made water a scarce commodity. To make
students and locals aware about the need for water conservation, a ‘Walk for
Water’ was organised for students of class-X on May 14, 2013 in Matiala village.
Students carried banners highlighting the water crisis and raised slogans in
support of water conservation. A symbolic carriage of water for 2 km by a
section of the students highlighted the problems facing us in the near future,
wherein long distances will have to be covered to get water for drinking
purposes. A special water testing Kit was carried to test water samples from the
village. Samples were tested on the spot for portability and the results were
shared with villagers. The walk generated enthusiasm and support for proactive
citizenship among students and local villages.
|LEARNING FROM THE LEGEND
Our children experienced the inspiration and mysticism embodied by Ms Saroj
Khan when the Legend herself visited the school on May 23, 2013, to provide
motivation and mentoring to our promising dancers. The event commenced with
ceremonial lamp lighting and divine Invocation dance which exemplified precision
and perfection. The interactive session with the maestro was a deeply
exhilarating and immensely rewarding experience for our young performers. Ms
Saroj Khan shared the nuances of dancing and highly appreciated the school’s
endeavour to promote the learning of classical art forms. The programme was well
attended by the members of PTA, parents, teachers and students. The culmination
of this dance show saw participation of hundreds of participants of Dance
Gurukul at Genesis Global School, Noida on June 30, 2013.
A career fair was hosted in the premises of the school on May 2, 2013 with
a view to provide our students with an opportunity to explore a plethora of
career options available after school. Children put forth several queries
regarding various career options which were suitably answered by subject
To make the teaching learning process sonorous the school arranged for an
exchange program with U.K wherein Mr. Shaun Valentine from Brynteg C.P, School
visited our school for a week. Students of Class VI-B got an opportunity to have
a vivacious interaction with Mr. Shaun. Through the activity ‘Circle Time’ on
April 9, 2013, students narrated stories to Mr. Shaun which were greatly
complimented by him. There was a pedantic interactive session wherein questions
poured from both the sides eager to know each other’s culture, environment and
even school life. He took some stories of the students to be shown in his
Graduation Day for the Montessori was celebrated on March 30, 2013, to bid
adieu to the tiny toddlers from Montessori wing. The breathtaking and grand
performances befitted the celebrations to mark their progression to primary
wing. The magnificent programme commenced with the Chief Guest Dr UB N Rao and
the school Principal, Ms Suruchi Gandhi lighting the lamp.The array of cultural
programmes comprising Ganesh stuti, story dramatization, graduation day song and
a special dance performance ‘Flavours of India’ held the audience spellbound.
The young scholars were presented graduation certificates.
Orientation Day was held on March 31, 2013, to acquaint the parents of
Montessori students with the school and to extend them a warm welcome into the
Bal Bharati family. The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial
lamp followed by an immensely invigorating welcome address by the Principal. The
enigmatic invocation dance left the audience spell-bound. Dr Ravindran, the
eminent educational psychologist, was the special guest for the occasion. Dr
Ravindran conducted an enriching and informative interactive session with the
parents that enlightened them about positive parenting and the mutual
responsibility parents and schools share in moulding the best out of young
|15TH ANNUAL DAY
The school celebrated its 15th Annual Day with grandeur extraordinaire. An
impressive guard of honour by Student Council members and school band welcomed
the dignitaries; the Chief Guest, Shri T K Vishwanathan, General Secretary, Lok
Sabha and the Guest of Honour, Ms Reena Pandey, Former Ambassador, Armenia and
Georgia. The exhibition ‘Genesis of the Genius’ chronicled the saga of people
who believed in their convictions. The ballet ‘Udaan’, a theatrical extravaganza
which reiterated the power of conviction, impressed the audience with
outstanding histrionics. The Montessori ballet ‘Sugarland’ was a feast to the
eyes. The Annual Report chronicled achievements of the school which was followed
by the Prize Distribution Ceremony. The resplendent colourful costumes of the
Primary ballet ‘Fantasia’ stole the show with their appealing colours and theme
which was appreciated by all.
The school organised a jubilant Winter Carnival on December 16, 2012 which
was a cauldron of recreation and fun for multitudes who thronged in thousands to
rejoice the thrilling rides, delectable fun games and sumptuous food. Interest
and excitement of toddlers and their parents was at peak with the baby show that
celebrated health and hygiene. The day long festivities and adventures brought
out the playful streak among one and all who enjoyed at games stalls, raffle and
|Independence Day Celebrations and Investiture
The school celebrated Independence Day and Investiture Ceremony on 14th
August 2013.An impressive Guard of Honour welcomed the renowned educationist,
Mr. Kaushik, Education Officer, Zone-21and Shri Shailendra Mohan, Spic Macay
Coordinator who graced the historic event to invest the members of the
Prefectorial Board with badges of honour and administer the oath of allegiance
to their school and country.It was a defining milestone that signaled the
official beginning of the newly appointed Student Council in the presence of the
guests, parents and students as they pledged to uphold the ethos of the school.
The jubilant Independence Day Celebrations included a captivating dance
performance followed by an euphonic classical rendition which was appreciated by
The school Principal Ms Suruchi Gandhi congratulated the young leaders and
stressed on the importance of honesty, integrity and hard work as vital
qualities for the positions of dignity.
PALETTE-2012, an inter-school art extravaganza was organised on October 31,
2012. The event provided an opportunity to 400 artists from 19 schools to canvas
their art and showcase their talent. Many competitions like folder designing,
chandelier making, canvas painting, pot designing and plate designing provided
platform for creative expression.
Rendezvous 2013, a multilingual Inter-School event was held on August 30, 2013. The competition epitomized Global Connect Day wherein the confluence of three languages- English, French and German was highlighted in which best schools of Delhi participated. The event exhibited multilingual eloquence of participants in dramatization, conjuring appealing advertisements to sell global destinations. Well illustrated travel brochures and captivating folk tales created new benchmarks in creativity. Trophies and certificates of appreciation were given to winners by eminent jury who lauded the efforts of school in promoting modern foreign languages.
Quest’ Italia 2012- a quiz competition based on Italy was held at Shri Satya
Sai Auditorium, Lodi Road, New Delhi on December 14, 2012. The questions varied
from Italian food to other important aspects like custom, tradition, fine arts,
literature, architecture, design, cinema, fashion, business and much more in
which our students participated enthusiastically.
|INDO-GERMAN URBAN MELA
Indo-German Urban Mela was a prodigious platform primarily for the learners
of German language. Our school students participated in various events and
competitions held at Indraprastha Park on October 30, 2012 which gave them a
taste of German culture.
|TECHQUEST – INTER SCHOOL EVENT
In an endeavor to provide to the inquisitive and brilliant minds, a platform to
nurture and showcase their technological prowess, the school organized
Tech-Quest on 7th May, 2013, in which more than 100 students from 17 schools
participated. The school Principal accompanied by the judges lit the ceremonial
lamp of knowledge. It was a grand celebration of novelty and ingenuity as the
budding enthusiasts and aspiring scientists commemorated technological
breakthroughs through participation in Events as Let’s C, Lights, Camera,
Action, Robotics and a quiz based on IT. The overall trophy was accorded to Mt.
Carmel School, Dwarka. The awards earned by the vanquishers were a testimony of
their concerted efforts and significant achievements. The judges appreciated the
school initiative and reiterated that the event opened novel vistas of tech-
|MOCK EVACUATION DRILL – DISASTER PREPAREDNESS
A fire drill was conducted in association with local fire department to make
students aware about the protocol to be followed in case of a fire break out.
A workshop was held for the students to deliberate upon major possible causes
behind a fire breakout. This was followed by an instant quiz and question answer
session for ensuring proper understanding amongst the students. Demonstrations
regarding fire, precautions, safety, dos and don’ts. Duties and roles of
volunteers, who were supposed to act as floor wardens, rescue team, fire
extinguish team and first aid team during the Mock Evacuation Drill.
|INTER SCHOOL ROBOTICS CHALLENGE(IRC
A grand celebration of innovation and ingenuity was witnessed during the
Inter-school Robotics Challenge 2013 which was organised in association with
Building Blocks Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd. on January 24, 2013. Over 28 teams
from 14 schools of West Delhi participated in the event where students got an
opportunity to create unique Robotic designs. The event presented a creative
amalgamation of Science and Mathematics and its practical application in
|SUMMER CAMP 2013
Summer coaching camp was organised from May 20 to 31, 2013 in association with
PTA. Students were coached and trained in Badminton, Cricket, Skating,
Basketball, Football and Taekwondo under expert tutelage. Participants were
given certificates of appreciation for active involvement.
Teachers’ Day is that momentous event where students engage in unbridled
capacity to shower their love, adoration and respect on their teachers. The day
was power packed with sensational performances by the students. With respect and
reverence, the students had the teachers moving on to foot tapping dance they
presented. The students’ programme paved way to reliving a momentous journey –
a success saga of prominent accomplishments crafted with subtlety, care and love
by the School Principal.
|YOUTH EXCHANGE FOR NATIONAL
The school hosted a student delegation from the frontier districts of Baramula
and Kupwara of Jammu & Kashmir on February 12, 2013.They were given a
heart-warming reception by our students who welcomed them by tying
friendship-bands. Initial hesitation gave way to warm smiles as students were
spell bound by graceful classical dance and soulful instrumental music
rendition. The students from Kashmir presented Kashmiri folk songs, poem and
PowerPoint Presentation to acquaint the audience with the culture of their
school. The session culminated with joyous chorus of “Saare Jahan Se Achha” and
exchange of handcrafted mementos.
|EDUCATION WITH A PURPOSE
Dr Kiran Bedi addressed the school students and teachers in a highly charged and
stimulating environment on the topic of ‘Analysing the role of school and home
in combating and preventing crime’ on February 7, 2013. In her speech, which was
replete with inspirational anecdotes, she urged students and teachers to take
responsibility and demonstrate personal leadership in character building by
feeding intellect and mind with positive thoughts, inspirational books and good
company. She reposed faith in the efforts of the school towards character
building which is an essential prerequisite for nation building.
With an aim to promote the rich and heterogeneous cultural tapestry of our
country, renowned Manipuri artists Shri Rajkumar Singhajit Singh and Smt. Charu
Sija Mathur graced the school on February 6, 2013 and regaled the young
audiences with the most spectacular dance performances. They introduced subtle
nuances of Manipuri Dance which is known for its graceful movements and its
strong narrative and dramatic character.
To bid adieu to the outgoing Class XII students, a Farewell Ceremony was
organised on February 5, 2013. The ceremony commenced on an auspicious note with
ceremonial lighting of the lamp by the school Principal. A breathtaking cultural
programme presented by Class XI included ‘The women in action’, a dance drama
which was a befitting toast to convictions and pride of today’s woman. It was a
momentous occasion for students who received their citations highlighting their
talents and achievements. The office bearers of Old Bal Bharatian Association
from outgoing Class XII were invested with portfolios. A sumptuous lunch and
dance party that ensued, left everyone enthralled.
|MODEL UNITED NATIONS
The school hosted its second Model United Nations on January 30, 2013. The
event provided delegates an insight into the major issues faced by today’s
world. The students of class X formed four major committees of United Nations
namely ECOSOC, HRC, WTO and UNESCO representing 26 countries of the world. The
BBPSMUN not only encouraged the students to research but also helped in honing
their public speaking and decision making skills. Awards were given to Best
Delegates in every committee and for presenting Best Position Paper. The judges
appreciated their in-depth knowledge about world affairs and their ability to
resolve conflict in democratic manner.
‘Fun-O-Mania’ was organised for classes I-V on February 4, 2013. The day began
with an exhilarating Band performance which was followed by Horse Riding,
Taekwondo and Yoga training session. The highlights were colourful races such as
Cartoon Race, Sack Race, Caterpillar Traverse Race, Potato In The Basket Race
and Unity In Diversity Race.