Karate Championship

Riddhiraj Mukherjee
Class 4 section F
Karate Championship

I have won a Gold Medal in the 5th SIKKI Inter School and Senior Karate Championship 2019 organised by SEISHINKAI INDIAN KARATE-DO & KICK BOXING INSTITUTE held on 20th January, 2019 at Nainan Bandhab Samity, 4 Sashi Bhushan Basak Lane, Kolkata-700036.
It was a great achievement for me to win the Gold medal in Kata Demonstrations.
I hope to improve myself and win in more such events in future. It has been a thrilling experience and I will try my best to participate in more such programmes.

Swimming competition

Saanvi Ranu
Class- IV Sec- G
Swimming competition

This swimming competition was held at 17 Pally Nagarik Samity Belgharia on 29th September 2019 where I successfully completed the event and secured the 1st place.
I have learnt swimming in Dr. Prasanta Roy swimming training centre for the last few years. It has been my hobby since then. I have been waiting for such an opportunity and finally I got a chance to prove myself.
I am still trying my best to improve myself and I hope that I will become an excellent swimmer in future.

Swimming Football and more

Mehul Mondal
Class IV Sec E
Swimming Football and more
On 1.11.2019 I had gone to Delhi Public School Howrah to participate in a swimming competition. I had also participated in a football match called Foot-o-Magic and another competition called Hit-the-Target.
I was an excellent day for me. I felt very excited. Students from many other schools had also come to participate in the competition. I got the second prize in the swimming competition and I got the third price in the football match for scoring 3 goals and I also got the third prize in the Hit-the-Target competition.
It was a very good day and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I would be very happy to participate in more of such events.

THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
Sky full of fireworks, mouth full of sweets…
No home task and only fun, come on let’s do it!!
Diwali is a festival of lights, rejoice, wealth and prosperity. This Hindu festival is held in honor of Lakshmi and Ganesha, the god and goddess of wealth in the month of October or November with the lighting of lamps in homes and temples.
To celebrate this sacred festival, all the students of Nursery and Upper Nursery from the Pre-primary section of Delhi Public School, North Kolkata have gathered and wished for the happiness and prosperity for everyone. The young little munchkins from Nursery started their day by coloring crackers!! Their glistering faces were full of excitement, joy and thrill!! It followed by two more activities of making ‘Rangoli’ with flowers and decorating Diyas. The Upper Nursery champs spent their day by making Lanterns, Rangoli and also decorating Charts for Diwali. The endeavors of the students were mesmerizing!! The tiny faces sparkled in joy as they wished each other a very joyous and prosperous Diwali!!
Soumi Sarkar
Assistant Teacher

Swimming competition

Saanvi Ranu
Class- IV Sec- G
Swimming competition

This swimming competition was held at 17 Pally Nagarik Samity Belgharia on 29th September 2019 where I successfully completed the event and secured the 1st place.
I have learnt swimming in Dr. Prasanta Roy swimming training centre for the last few years. It has been my hobby since then. I have been waiting for such an opportunity and finally I got a chance to prove myself.
I am still trying my best to improve myself and I hope that I will become an excellent swimmer in future.

Yoga competition

Antarjita Mondal

Class 4 Section G
Yoga competition

A yoga competition was held on 16th December, 2018 Sunday at Bongaon. I had participated in it as I have been learning yoga for quite some time. On my way back home my teacher called me and told that I have won 2nd prize at district level. I was very happy because I was promoted to the next level.

Table-Tennis Championship

Table-Tennis Championship
I have been playing table tennis for more than a year now. I have learned to play it in Bhadrakali Athletic Club.
Our club had organised a table tennis championship game on 20th September 2019. I had participated in it though I was very nervous to participate. It was the East Calcutta District Championship organised by East Calcutta District Sports Council. Players from many other clubs had participated in it. I had played against a participant who was from Dinabandhu Club. He was quite good at playing the game. After a few rounds I was able to beat him. I was given the winner’s trophy along with a certificate.
It was a very proud moment for me. My aim is to become an excellent player in future and I hope to get more such opportunities in future.

Ishan Kumar Rai
Class IV Sec A

Our tribute to Sardar Patel on his Birth anniversary

Our tribute to Sardar Patel on his Birth anniversary .

‘There is something unique in this soil,
Which despite many obstacles,
Has always remained,
The abode of great souls.’
– Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
One such great soul was Bharat Ratna Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, who with his far-sighted vision and great oratory skills was able to reconcile the 550 princely states of India which gained him the sobriquet, ‘Iron Man of India’. Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel was born on 31st October 1875,in Nadiad village of Bombay Presidency to Jhaverbhai Patel and Ladbai, who never knew that their son would grow up to become such a great visionary. Patel has served as the first deputy prime minister of India, and also as the Home minister during political integration of India and during the Indo-Pak War of 1947. He was a great disciple of Mahatma Gandhi and has always headed the nation towards self rule. He led the Satyagraha of Bardoli in 1928 which resulted in great success to make the British believe that their ‘Divide and Rule’ strategy had been overruled by Indians. His contribution to Indian freedom has been unmatched and unparalleled. His moniker ‘Unifier of India’ is evident of his contribution and vigour that he devoted to make his country free from the bondage of the British.
Our reputed school held an essay writing competition for classes V to IX on the National Unity Day. We had to write on one of the five topics, each describing Patel’s vital role in history of Indian independence. We wrote our essays during the one hour long Class Teacher’s Period at 11 am. Before that, we took a pledge, resolving to lead our nation into an abyss of perpetual prosperity and exhilaration, which was read out by our class teacher. We had been instructed to bring A4 sheets to write our essay on. It was compulsory for all students to participate to help teachers bring out the creative essayists in all of us. A day before the competition, our English teacher elucidated to us through a Power point presentation, on Patel and his numerous contributions to our country. This set the stage for us to know that the soil on which we are born has given birth to such charismatic, dynamic and virtuous personalities and visionaries. After our essays were written and the number of words were counted (as we believed that exceeding the word limit could put us in a dangerous position and could mean that our hard work could go waste), we submitted the essays to our class teacher and most of the students rushed out to play out in the corridors it was lunch break.

The students wrote about Patel’s achievements, contribution, the brotherly equation he shared with Gandhi and all the information they could muster. This essay writing competition made us believe that there is a Sardar Patel and Gandhi in all of us, the wait is just of realizing this fact. Once we do so, we all can be called true citizens of India.

“Every Indian should now forget that he is a Rajput, a Sikh or a Jat . He must remember that he is an Indian and he has every right in his country with certain duties.”- As said by Sardar Patel is the need of the hour. All Indians should realize the duties they levy upon themselves along with the facilities and rights they enjoy, being a citizen of India.
Let us keep the Sardar Patel and Mahatma Gandhi inside us awake and always work for the welfare of the paradise we live in, our beloved motherland, our Incredible India.

Niharika Biswas
VII A
Roll no.18
D.P.S. North Kolkata.

KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP

KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP

On 20.10.19 8th ISKF Bengal State Karate Championship 2019 was held at Railway Institute hall Naihati, West Bengal.

I participated in both individual and group KATA competition and in both the categories I won gold medal.

I feel very happy and proud to win this award. In future I will try my level best to win more gold medals for my institute, school and my family.

Riddhima Mukherjee
Class IV Sec F

International Karate Championship

International Karate Championship
The 5th International Karate Championship- 2019 was held on 27thJuly 2019 in the Netaji Indoor Stadium. I consider myself fortune enough for being able to participate in it and win a bronze medal.
I was very excited to get such an opportunity. When I entered the stadium it was quite crowded. Participants from different parts of India and also from outside India had participated in it. I participated in ‘Individual Girls Kata (10 years).
I was very apprehensive before I got the medal. My parents and teachers were also very proud of me. I have now set my eyes on the gold medal for the next year.

Priyasha Bhattacharjee
Class IV Sec D

Winning a Fashion Competition

Winning a Fashion Competition
On 19th October 2019 a fashion show was held in our complex, Godrej Prakriti. Many girls and boys living in our complex participated in the show.
The show was all about how confident and fashionable we were we are and how comfortably we can carry ourselves in front of everyone.
It was the first time I walked on a ramp. The guest judge was Isha Saha who is a very popular and talented television actress. When I walked on the ramp I walked with confidence and grace and I won the first prize.
I was very happy when Isha Saha herself handed over the certificate of appreciation and the winner’s trophy to me.
Saanvi Acharya
Class IV section E