Kerala Relief Fund
September 20, 2018







Kerala Relief Fund by Delhi Public School


The management, staff and student of Delhi Public School, Vijayawada in their endeavour to help the flood hit victims of kerala, collected Rs.3,05,058. The directors of the school, Shri P Pavan Chand, Principal Ms G Mala, Mr. Adam Suresh and the students visited the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, Mr. Chandra Babu Naidu and presented him with a cheque of Rs. 3,05,058 on 19 September 2018. They received the blessings of the Chief Minister and he asked them to continue such charitable works. On this occasion Ministers, Mr. Devineni Uma Maheswara Rao, Mr. P. Pulla Rao were also presented.


Half yearly syllabus from Class I - XII 2018-19
September 20, 2018

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AP-Athletics Championship - 2018
September 14, 2018

                     Athletics Championships - 2018



Andhra Pradesh Athletics Association conducted the Andhra Pradesh Inter District Athletics Championships – 2018, at Nagarjuna University grounds, Mangalagiri, Guntur District from 19th to 21st August 2018.

D Akshitha Lakshmi of Class IX secured the first place in shotput in the girls under 14 years category and K Sangeetha Chakrapani of Class XII secured the first place in the shotput in the girls under 16 years category. The children could achieve this success under the Efficient Coaching of our school sports teacher Mrs. G. Padma Kumari. These children will also participate in the National Level Competition that is going to be conducted on the 16th and 17th of September.

The Pro-vice Chairman Mr. Narendra Babu, Principal Ms. G Mala congratulated the students on their achievement and wished them success for the coming up competitions.

V. Dohadavathi – Table Tennis, AP State Ranking – 1st Position held at Visakhapatnam – 24th, 25th, 26th August 2018.


September 14, 2018






Delhi Public School, Vijayawada celebrated Janmashtami festival in splendour. The programme began with a prayer and lighting of the lamp. Bhajan and other cultural programmes added vibrance to the celebration. Little Krishnas and gopikas of pre primary filled everyone’s heart with joy as they set out to break the pot in memory of Lord Krishna’s childhood acts. The programme concluded with yet another song about Janmashtami. All children of the school enjoyed the day.

The programme was graced by Vice - Chairman Sri Pavan Chand Parimi and Principal, Ms G Mala.





September 14, 2018


                                                                                                                                                           07 September 2018











Delhi Public School (DPS), Vijayawada, celebrated International Literacy Day (ILD) 2018 in a grand manner from 04 to 07 September 2018. The 3-day-long celebrations included:


  • a literacy promotion campaign;


  • an inter-school debating contest; and


  • talks on the theme of ILD 2018, namely, ‘Literacy and Skills Development.’



Literacy Promotion Campaign


On 4 September 2018, the students of Class XII, accompanied by their teachers, visited a poorly-equipped elementary school in the neighbourhood. At the school, they undertook a skills development programme for the students of the school and presented them with kits consisting of notebooks, pencils, pouches, water bottles and snacks.


Inter-School Debating Contest


Ten schools participated in this contest held on 6 September 2018 and debated the topic, ‘Is there any need to rewrite the history of India?’ The following were the prize-winners:


  • Best Speaker (for the proposition): Prakruti Dar, NSM Public School


  • Best Speaker (against the proposition): G Syam Srita, VPS Public School


  • Best Interjector: K Aaryan, Delhi Public School





ILD Messages


The ILD celebrations proper, held on 7 September 2018, was attended by students and teachers from different schools apart from those of DPS. Speaking on the ILD 2018 theme of ‘Literacy and Skills Development,’ the Chief Guest, Dr P Ramanujam, who is Director, ELT Centre, and Senior Professor of English, at Gudlavalleru Engineering College, raised the students’ consciousness about the deeper implications of literacy and the need for developing higher-order skills so that they could look at things deeply and critically. Drawing examples from Indian newspapers, Indian economy, and our dependence on digital networks controlled from abroad, he spoke about information literacy, financial literacy and digital literacy, and quizzed the students on the issues involved in all these.




The Guest of Honour, Shri G V Ramana Rao, who is a Senior Assistant Editor in The Hindu, Vijayawada Edition, spoke on media literacy. Disabusing the popular notion of media objectivity, he enlightened the students about the higher-order literacy skills they need to have in order to assess the news and views the media offers.




Speaking on the second day of the celebrations, the Principal of DPS, Ms G Mala, said: ‘This celebration is a celebration of our progress in our fight and quest to eradicate illiteracy in workplaces and communities.’ Mrs Shanthi Ramanujam, Head, Department of English, DPS, also spoke on the second day.




Also present at the ceremony were Shri K Praveen and Shri P Pavan Chand, Directors of DPS, Vijayawada.




The 3-day event was organized by the Department of English, DPS.








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