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Brethren without Boundaries’ DPS, Nashik expanding horizons, joining hands with Sri Lanka. Implication of , Swami Vivekananda’s historic speech , “ I am proud to belong to a religion which has taught the world both tolerance and universal acceptance” was observed at the campus of Delhi Public School Nashik on the account of ‘World Tourism Day’. DPS, Nashik has taken steps towards the accomplishment of Broad Vision instilling in the community ‘Shake hands , without clenched fist’. World Tourism Day celebrated on 27 September around the world , is a unique opportunity to raise awareness on tourism’s actual and potential contribution to sustainable development. The platform of DPS , Nashik spread the message of’ Brethren without Boundaries’ as the students of grade II, III & IV showcased the unique tradition , celebration of occasions, language and attire through their performances in ‘ Fancy Dress Competition’. The students donned themselves in attire representing themselves as denizens of Sri Lanka and inhabitants of the different zones of India. Vibrancy of the enactments by the students enhanced with vivid hue and flamboyance of the expressions had kept the audience awestruck . Students came forward and introduced themselves in the respective regional language along with the information of culture and relevant backdrop. The ramp walk showcased confidence and the open mindsets and arms of the young minds to embrace global ethnicity. The event culminated with a profound thought , “The world is our root; branches are the nations; and leaves are the people. Let us appreciate the fact that we all have originated from one place and we all belong to one family. Hence, the whole world is one family , Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.”
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We are all aware that scarcity of water is a global issue to be dealt with . As a part of ISA curriculum Delhi Public School, Nashik had taken an initiative to raise public awareness regarding this issue. The school had organized a Rally on “Save Water”. The students had actively participated in the activity and played an instrumental role in convincing the people around to join hands in this mission. Placards, banners and slogans accentuated the endeavours of the students . Be the change you want to see in the world was actualized as the students pledged to use water economically. “Every drop of Water Counts”.
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Students beautifully represented different zone, namely, Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern India and the neighbouring country, Sri Lanka. They came dressed in the traditional and fusion wear of states from different zones. They came forward in pairs and introduced themselves in the respective regional language and shared the culture of the particular region with scenery of the region displayed in the backdrop. They also enjoyed doing a ramp walk with lively regional music. The best dressed child showcasing confidence while speaking and doing the ramp walk in style was awarded from each zone. It was a pleasant and informative activity which helped them to gain confidence and know more about their own country and their neighbour country – Sri Lanka
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DPS, Nashik Girls' Team triumphs at the DSO Cricket Tournament U-17 DSO Girls Cricket Tournament was held at Sambhaji Stadium. Total six teams from Nashik District competed to reach the top. DPS, Nashik won the finals by eight wickets and qualified for the Division Level. DPS, Nashik's team won the first match against Yeola Taluka by 26 runs and entered the final. The team defeated the previous champions Niphad by 8 wickets in the final match. The star performers of the tournament were Captain Kshipra Mandlecha, Ananya Salunkhe, Aditi Rane and Shruti Boraste. DPS, Nashik is proud of these budding cricketers. #DPSNashik #Cricket #DSOTournament #2018
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Coins: A Way to understand Indian Heritage Grade IX students of Delhi Public School, Nashik visited the Coin Museum. Trained researchers specialized in different numismatic periods delivered a brief account of the artifacts used in the early medieval, medieval and late medieval period to the students. This information helped the students to understand the sources of learning and studying history. The museum showcases a large number of coins, bronze statues, terracotta pots, ancient jewellery etc. It also includes three models which demonstrate the evolution of Mint from manual to mechanical. The students were amazed to know about the four Coin Minters in India: Mumbai with a symbol of diamond, Delhi with a symbol of s rounded dot, Hyderabad with a symbol of a star and Kolkata with no symbol. The visit offered the students an insight to discover the rich hidden heritage of India. #DPSNashik #SchoolActivity #FunLearning #CoinMuseum #Coins #History #Heritage #2018