YOGA COMPETITION

YOGA COMPETITION

I participated in a Yoga Competition on the 19th of August 2018. I won a medal in it. I learn yoga in Jagriti, an institute. I have been learning yoga for the past three years. In this competition many girls like me participated. I showed five types of Asanas in this competition. I like to do yoga very much. It is very good for our health.

My name was announced in the school morning assembly and everyone clapped and congratulated me. I felt very happy at this.

I will try to win more prizes in future.

 

PAKSHALIKA ADHIKARY

CLASS III G

MY EXPERIENCE AT THE KARATE NATIONALS

MY EXPERIENCE AT THE KARATE NATIONALS

On the 9th, 10th and 11th of November 2018, I participated in a Shotokan National Karate Championship in Khudiram Anushilan Kendra, near Indoor Stadium in Kolkata.

The first day there was a seminar in which we got training by the Indian Chief Shivan Shiv Panchal. The second day the tournament began. Participants from West Bengal, Haryana, Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra and many more states were present. At first we had the Kata or Application Competition. After waiting for a long time my turn came. We were divided in groups of eight members. I was a bit tensed about the Haryana players. They were very strong, but, with immense effort and concentration I won two matches and qualified for the finals. My competition was with a boy named Mainak. He was from the same club as I am. I lost to him and was able to bag the silver medal.

Next we had the Kumite or Fight Round. In this we were divided into groups of sixteen. I won the first match by three points. However, I lost in the second round to the Haryana boy. He won by six points. I got medal in this and returned home empty- handed.

On the third day, there was only one competition of the team Kata. I was the leader of my team. My team consisted of Swastik Majumdar (Orange Belt), Srijan Mitra (Blue Belt) and Myself Arkadeep Nag (Purple Belt). There were five teams. We won the first match but lost the second. We got a Bronze medal each.

Thus, I won a silver medal and a Bronze medal at the National Level.

When I produced my medals in my school, DPS north Kolkata, my name was announced in the morning assembly and my friends congratulated me. I felt very happy again.

 

ARKADEEP NAG

CLASS V E

MEDALS IN SWIMMING AND SPORTS

MEDALS IN SWIMMING AND SPORTS

I Suryodita Chakraborty reading in class V of DPS north Kolkata, am happy to share with you my achievement in the swimming sport. I had participated in the Annual Swimming Competition of Bally Swimming Club in July 2017. I won a Silver medal in freestyle and a Bronze medal in Backstroke.

I also won a gold medal in our school Annual Sports Meet 2018 in the event called Stop- and- Slip. I will work harder to win more competitions in future.

When I produced my medals in my school, DPS north Kolkata, my name was announced in the morning assembly and my friends congratulated me. I felt very happy.

 

SURYODITA CHAKRABORTY

CLASS V

AN EXPERIENCE OF SIT AND DRAW COMPETITION

AN EXPERIENCE OF SIT AND DRAW COMPETITION

On the 26th of January 2019, an All Bengal Sit and Draw Competition was organized by Uttar Kolkata Sandipan at Jhamapukur Park in Kolkata. The programme started at around 4 p.m. I participated in the competition. We were given a total time of one and a half hours for drawing. There were five groups in all, namely, Groups A, B, C, D and E. The topic was “Draw a picture according to your wish”. They announced the winner’s name after 6 p.m. I won the ninth position in Group C. I am proud to be a part of this competition. I drew a scene with waterfalls. I was very happy and excited when the members of the committee announced my name. They said that my picture was chosen because it was colourful. I wish to participate in this competition every year.

When I produced my prize in my school, DPS north Kolkata, my name was announced in the morning assembly and my friends congratulated me. I felt very happy again.

AISHANI BANERJEE

CLASS III J

A TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT

A TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT

There was a table tennis tournament in my table tennis academy. The name of the academy is Happy Feet, located in Laketown, VIP Road. It had taken place on the 11th of December 2018. Our table tennis sir hit a ball and we had to hit it back to sir again. There were five rounds and my scores were satisfactory. Then there was a tie between me and another boy because both of us were in the third position. So, we had a tie-breaker round. In that round I won and secured the third position for me. I received a trophy and a certificate. The first position was secured by a boy younger than me and that was a lesson for me.

When I produced my trophy in my school, DPS north Kolkata, my name was announced in the morning assembly and my friends congratulated me. I felt very happy again.

 

MAYANK BISWAS

CLASS III J

MY TROPHIES IN ABACUS, DRAWING AND SWIMMING COMPETITIONS

MY TROPHIES IN ABACUS, DRAWING AND SWIMMING COMPETITIONS

I am Asika Barua reading in Class V E of Delhi Public School North Kolkata. I won the first prize in an Abacus competition in the Kids Level on 25th April 2015. I had been to Asansol for appearing for the examination. I secured a certificate, a medal and a trophy.

My next achievement was prize for securing a distinction in the Drawing examination. I had been to Hooghly in West Bengal for appearing in this examination. Here I was placed first in position and was given a certificate and a medal. This examination was held in 2014.

Last year, in the month of April I came second in a swimming competition that was held in Sodepur, Kolkata. I was awarded a trophy in this competition too.

ASIKA BARUA

CLASS V E

THE PRIZES I WON

THE PRIZES I WON

Drawing is my passion. I am fond of drawing from my childhood. So, I participate in many Sit and Draw Competitions. I am glad that am able to perform well at the competitions and am able to win many prizes from different organizations. I participated in drawing competitions like Dr. Krishna Drawing Competition, Tuli Art Centre Drawing Competition, Prayash Drawing Competition, Chitra Bharati Drawing Competition and Baranagar Sishu Udyan Club Drawing Competition etc. Judges in all competitions praised my drawings. This was an added pleasure to me.

I stood first in Tuli Art Centre Drawing Competition and Chitra Bharati Drawing Competition won two trophies, a gold medal along with certificates. I got the second prize in Baranagar Sishu Udyan Club Drawing Competition. I wish to win many more prizes in future.

When I produced my prizes in my school, DPS north Kolkata, my name was announced in the morning assembly and my friends congratulated me. I felt very happy again.

 

SWARNAVA PAUL

CLASS V E

MY FIRST SUCCESS IN THE KARATE INTER- CLUB DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

MY FIRST SUCCESS IN THE KARATE INTER- CLUB DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

27th January 2019: It was my debut at a district tournament. I was a little nervous. Many students from different Seigo – Kai Karate Institutions in the state had participated in this competition. I was pitted in one of the 40 sets of 4 students. My first fight was against Ayan Ghosh of the 5th Kyu from Barrackpore. The match was of 1 minute 15 seconds. I was defeated by 2 points. But I won the eliminator round against Spandan Shaw of the 4th Kyu, same as mine, from my own club. He wa quite good but I was able to defeat him by 1 point. I must say that it was a tricky match. How fast were his kicks! But I brought him down with a sweep. The fight was a memorable one which lasted for 46 seconds. I bagged a bronze medal, which was a great accomplishment. It became even more prestigious when I was given the medal by the Seigo- Kai- Karate – Do Secretary, Mr. Kaushik Dhar. This was an experience that I would cherish for life.

AAYUSH DE

CLASS V E

1ST DAN BLACK BELT

1ST DAN BLACK BELT

I started learning Karate in January, 2013. I participated in the 1st tournament in Baranagar Open Karate Championship held on 1st February, 2015 & secured GOLD medal in KATA.

I played District Championship on 22nd March, 2015 & secured TWO GOLD medals in KATA & KUMITE category.

I played Bengal Championship on 10th May, 2015 & Secured TWO GOLD medals in KATA & KUMITE category on behalf of DPS NORTH KOLKATA and got chance to participate at 14th INDIA INTER SCHOOL & SENIOR KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP, 2015 which was held on TIRUPPUR, TAMILNADU, INDIA.

Then I played the National Championship on 08th August, 2015 to 09th August, 2015 at Tiruppur, Tamilnadu & secured one GOLD medal in KATA category and one BRONZE medal in KUMITE category.

Next, I played the INTERNATIONAL OPEN KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP – 2015 at Khudiram Anushilon Kendra, Kolkata & secured GOLD medal in KATA category.

I also played the District Championship on 07th May, 2016 & secured TWO GOLD medals in KATA & KUMITE category on behalf of DPS NORTH KOLKATA.

I played the Bengal Championship at Barasat & secured GOLD medal in KATA and SILVER medal in KUMITE category.

On 03rd June, 2016 to 04th June, 2016 at PATNA, BIHAR I played the National Championship & secured GOLD medal in KATA category and BRONZE medal in KUMITE category.

I participated in the  2ND INTERNATIONAL OPEN KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP – 2016 at NETAJI INDOOR STADIUM, Kolkata & secured ONE GOLD medal in KATA category and ONE SILVER medal in KUMITE category.

I played the District Championship on 22nd May, 2017 and got FIRST place in KATA category.

I also played the NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP on 16th-17th December, 2017 at BHUBANESHWAR, ODISHA & secured SILVER medal in KATA category.

I Achieved BLACK BELT on  09.02.2018.

I also played several championships and invitational tournaments and got medals in all.

NOW SAMPRITI IS ELEGIBLE FOR THE POST OF COACH & REFEREE/JUDGE.

 

SAMPRITI PAL

CLASS VII D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18TH WEST BENGAL WADO- KAI KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP 2018

18TH WEST BENGAL WADO- KAI KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP 2018

 

On the 22nd of April 2018, I participated in the 18th West Bengal Wado- Kai Karate Championship 2018. This was organised by the West Bengal Wado- Kai Karate Association and it is a Government registered organization. The venue for the Championship was Kristi Hall, New Barackpore. I was ranked 3rd in the Kata event. It was a big surprise for me and my parents when the announcers announced my name as a winner among 100 students. I got a certificate and a Trophy as my reward. It is a memorable day of my life.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

Asmita Maitra

III J

VERACITY 2018

VERACITY 2018

Delhi Public School North Kolkata organised “Veracity 2018”, the Annual cultural programme of our school on the 21st and 22nd of December 2018. This is the event we all wait for throughout the year, for this is the time to appreciate the achievements and showcase the talents of students who have helped us to reach this height and create a niche for ourselves. The world is full of gems and we are proud to have some in our school who have contributed to the making of this year’s Veracity. We were expectant that these days will be full of exuberance and excitement and will create memories to be treasured.

We began with the National Anthem both days. On 21st morning we had as our Guests of Honour, Madam Sonali Sen, Principal of DPS Newtown and Mrs. Arni Seal, author and social worker. Our Guest of Honour in the evening same day was Mr. Suddhaniya Karan, Principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya I, Saltlake, Kolkata. On 22nd morning we had as our Guest of Honour, Dr. Othman Boulussa, Spate Doctorate in Bio-Physics, Doctorate in Physical Chemistry and retired as Guide Researcher in Curie Institute, Paris. We also had Dr. Debabrata Nag, Prof. of Mechanical Engineering at Jadavpur University on the same day. After the introduction and felicitation of the Guests on all the three occasions we had the Lamp lighting ceremony by our Management and Guests. This ceremony had a unique feature this time. The Chorus sang while the lamp was lighted and rows of teachers and students walked up to the stage with little lamps lit in their hands. They came and stood in front of the stage. This was followed by speeches by the guests and our Principal Ma’am.

On 21st morning, the main programme began with a Choir performance by students of Class IV. It was followed by the prize distribution ceremony. Our Guests of Honour, Trustee sirs and Principal ma’am gave away the prizes to the deserving students. Then the students of Classes IV staged a rocking performance on Folk dances over the world. We had an African folk dance, a German folk dance, a Malaysian folk dance, a Czech folk dance, a South American folk dance, a Turkish dance, a Japanese dance and a Pakistani dance. This was followed by a Hindi Play ‘Andher Nagri Chowpat Raja by the students of IX and XI.

 

The evening programme that day began with an Instrumental performance by students of  Classes VI and VIII. This was followed by Prize distribution, an English play and a Bengali play.

The theme of the English play was to raise children in the best way possible. However, most of the parents raise their own children. The thought of raising the children of others, who are orphans or physically and or mentally challenged and under- privileged is a challenge in itself. The Sound of Music is a 1965 American musical drama film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. The Sound of Music Replayed which our friends had put up was an adaptation of this story of the Von Trapp family. In our version, we have made some changes; Captain Von Trapp was shown as a retired Major here and Fraulein Maria had been transformed from a governess to a teacher of Major Plummer’s small school (Graz special School) for “The under- privileged and mentally challenged.”

The Major with his very curt and sharp- tongue whistling to the children much to the disgust and embarrassment of Maria, the children too naughty and Maria very sweet, understanding and patient was altogether entertaining and message- bearing. We watched the journey of Maria from a carefree young maiden to a caring mother of God’s children.

The Bengali play was a performance of the legendary dance drama Tasher Desh by Kabiguru Rabindranath Thakur. In our daily life we face conflicts and competitions but remember it is only the passionate ones who win over at last. The circus of education was checked out exhaustively in this play.

On the morning of 22nd December, the main programmes apart from Prize distribution were the Choir performance, an Instrumental STRINGS AND TUNES by Classes IX, X and XI and Folk dances over the world performed by students of V and VI.

On all three occasions the function was brought to a conclusion after a vote of thanks by our respected Principal Ma’am.

 

A Teacher.

ANNUAL SPORTS MEET 2019

ANNUAL SPORTS MEET 2019

‘A healthy mind dwells in a healthy body’. Keeping this statement in view, Delhi Public School North Kolkata had organised its Annual Sports meet 2019 at the Sports complex of Sports Authority of India, Saltlake, Kolkata on 19th January 2019. The ground, the track and the stage area was beautifully decorated with colourful balloons, ribbons and flags of the different houses. The Chief Guest for the day was Dr. Rekha Vaisya, the Principal at Bhavans’ G K Vidyamandir, Saltlake, Kolkata and Mr. Manmeet Singh, Director of Sports Authority of India, Saltlake.

The programme started sharp at 10 a.m. with the hoisting of National and School flags. Then there was the felicitation of the Chief Guest. Everyone was extremely glad when the Chief Guest declared the Sports Meet “Open”. Like all other sports event our school began with the March Past comprising of Class III students of all the four houses – Bhagat, Gandhi, Netaji and Patel. The junior marching squad then took the oath to follow the rules and regulations of the Annual Sports Meet 2019 honestly and sincerely.

The first event of the day started with the Nursery students. The events had fancy names and music relevant to every event was played in the background to make the events more enjoyable. The first was named SHAPE UP. Then came up the event called COOK IT UP, where the junior Master Chefs prepared Sandwiches. The other two events that took place after that were LET’S PACK UP and FISH YOUR FISH. Along with the races the participants had Fancy Dress Show called THE CARNIVAL. Nursery students wore innovative crowns made by their parents. Such hard work and pains got duly rewarded by the Chief Guest, who ranked them and gave them rewards.

After that the KG students also had a series of interesting events like FRUIT FALL. SHOOTING STARS, CANE CHANGE and SIP SLOW. Among them they also had a carnival in which the kids were dressed up as different characters from the Rhyme World, bringing back memories of favourite Nursery rhymes.

Up next, were the events of Class I students and their theme was BIRTHDAY PARTIES. The events were READY TO PARTY, PRICK–N-POP, DADDY’S BIG BOOTS and ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE. After those races, ROCK ON was an event where the Rock Stars of Class I performed a drill enjoying a birthday party.

The next world was the ANIMAL KINGDOM. Here the Class II students enjoyed being dressed as their favourite animals. The events were named, QUACK QUACK, CUDDLE AND CARE, GO BANANAS and FROG FOLKS. They also had a drill named TRIBAL BEATS. This was related to the tribal world. Being assured that these tribals are not ferocious at all, we enjoyed their performance.

The last part of our Annual Sports Meet 2019 comprised of events for the students of Class III. The events were BOLT – A – METER, BATON BOND, MIND YOUR STEPS and NO RISK NO GAIN. This time the kids had a different way of demonstration. The drill was a karate drill and was named FIST AND FURY. Students displayed their techniques in a very swift and skillful manner making it a pleasant striking art.

The Meet ended with the announcement of the prize winners of each event. Overall rolling trophy for March past and drills. The Chief Guest announced the close of the Meet. Our Principal ma’am concluded with a Vote of Thanks.

Priyanka Mishra

Class XI Science

PRIZES AT BRAHMA KAMAL INSTITUTE

PRIZES AT BRAHMA KAMAL INSTITUTE

I am Angad Singh Rayet reading in Class II J of Delhi Public School North Kolkata. I also go to Brahma Kamal Institute of Dance and Drawing. I won the 1st prize in the drawing competition held at Brahma Kamal. I also won the ‘Kala- Krut Award’ for my outstanding performance. The venue of the award ceremony was Mohit Moitra Mancha, Paikpara.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

Angad Singh Rayet

Class II J

E

MY SILVER AND BRONZE MEDALS

MY SILVER AND BRONZE MEDALS

 

I am Pranjal Lama reading in Class IIID of Delhi Public School North Kolkata. I had gone to a Karate championship and won a Silver medal in fighting and a Bronze medal in Kata. It was held in Netaji Colony. I had defeated 8 persons in the championship and got two certificates also.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

Next year too, I wish to participate in this championship and perform even better.

Pranjal Lama

Class III D

MY LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS

MY LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS

I am Poorna Roy reading in Class III of Delhi Public School North Kolkata. I would like to tell you about the different prizes I won in various events. In the first place, I won a singing competition Group A at Matri Shitala Natyam on the 6th of January 2018 and secured a third position in it. The competition was held at Matri Mandir Puja Ground.

Next, I won the Milangarh Sammelani Drawing Competition Group B. It was held on the 30th of December 2018 at Mahamilan Math. I secured the first position here.

Recently, on the 12th of January 2019, I won a recitation competition at the Milangarh Club. I secured the 4th position in Group B.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

 

POORNA ROY

CLASS III G

MY EXPERIENCE OF WINNING A PRIZE

MY EXPERIENCE OF WINNING A PRIZE

I got a certificate in drawing, last year.  The competition was held on 19th March 2018. The prize came to my hands on 20th March, the next day. My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph.

I wish that I will get many more prizes. I hope my dream comes true.

 

ANURAG BOSE

CLASS III G

MY ART COMPETITION

MY ART COMPETITION

One day I had a drawing competition at College Art Academy, Centre Park, Gholabajar, Kolkata 111. When I went there I was quite tensed. I doubted whether I could win the competition. That day the results were not out. The next day, I was awoken by my parents. They told me happily that I won the first prize in the competition. I couldn’t believe it at first and started to cry out of joy. The next day I got the certificate and trophy.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

 

Ishan Basu

Class III i

MY ACHIEVEMENT IN ABACUS

MY ACHIEVEMENT IN ABACUS

I participated in a ABACUS competition on 17th of June 2018 in Kolkata, West Bengal. I participated in Beginner Level of the Regional SIP ABACUS. It was held at the Netaji Indoor Stadium, Kolkata. It was organised by the SIP ABACUS. There were about 700- 800 participants in all. I got a certificate, medal and a trophy from the organisers.  After the competition was over I felt very good. I got to learn how to do calculations very swiftly. I gained a lot of knowledge also.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

 

HIMANSHI AGARWAL

CLASS III G

 

 

KARATE

KARATE

I participated in the 5th Howrah District Shotokan Karate Championship. It was held at Shakti Sangha, Belur, Howrah. I participated in the Kata event alongside 24 other participants. I scored the highest and won the Grand Champion Trophy in the Kata event. I also participated in the Kumite event but ended up short by 3 points and came second after 3 rounds of fights. I was very happy after being the champion in Kata. My sensei was also happy with my performance.

My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

 

Shree Das

Class III G

INTER- CLUB KARATE COMPETITION

INTER- CLUB KARATE COMPETITION

I got the first prize in an Inter – Club Karate Competition. It was held on the 28th January 2019 at Bapuji Milan Sangha, Jessore Road. It was organised by Martial Arts Institution. My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I felt very happy.

 

SRIJANI BISWAS

CLASS III G

ABACUS

ABACUS

I am Tithi Daga reading in Class III G of Delhi Public School North Kolkata. I won the first prize in ABACUS. The competition was held on 4th October 2018. It was held in my ABACUS class. I was given a Gold Medal and a certificate. I was very excited and happy to get the prize. My name was announced in our school morning assembly. The whole school came to know of my achievement and applauded loudly. My teachers congratulated me and took my photograph. I wish to get many more prizes in future.

TITHI DAGA

CLASS III G