Annual fiesta- Veracity 2019

Annual fiesta- Veracity 2019
Delhi Public School North Kolkata celebrated its Annual Day – 2019 titled Veracity 2019 with vibrancy and life being propelled into magnificent and reverberating celebrations at Science City auditorium on 7th and 8thof January.The two day spectacular programme commenced with the auspicious ceremonial lamp lighting by the distinguished assembly of guests. Shri Jagdeep Dhankar, the honourable Governor of West Bengal was the chief guest for the show and felicitated the CBSE board toppers. He was in all praise for the remarkable achievements of the school and congratulated the management, Principal, teachers and students for theircommendable performances and the significant progressmade by the institution in a span of just 5 years. He reiterated that the students have smartly carved a niche for themselves.He added that students should not only be imparted excellent education but also be given great scruple and values so that they can effectively serve their nation.
The Principal, Ms. Sujata Chatterjee welcomed the gathering and presented the school report accentuating the progress of the school throughout the year. The honourable members of the school management, President Board of Trustees, Principal-Delhi Public School North Kolkata felicitated the young achievers of the session 2018-2019 with prizes and certificates. It was followed by the cultural program Veracity, 2019 where students enthralled the audience with scintillating performances in dance and music. The programme was an amalgamation of various hues. Theme based dances both Western and Folk dances captivated the guests. The props and costumes added colour to the festive occasion with the synchronized dance movement to the foot tapping music. The Vote of thanks was proposed by the Principal and the programme culminated with the National Anthem.

6th Sikki Inter School and Senior Karate Championship 2020

Priyasha Bhattacharjee
Class IV Section D
On 12th of January 2020, which happens to be Swami Vivekananda’s birthday I participated in the 6th Sikki Inter School and Senior Karate Championship 2020. It was held at Nainan Bandhav Samity at Baranagar. I had participated in 10 years Girls Kata and -30 kg Kumite for Girls. I have won the Gold medal in Kata and the Bronze medal in Kumite. This is my first Gold medal. The day was very tiresome but after winning the medals I felt rejuvenated. For the next year I am targeting Gold in both the events.

1. Event: Girls Kata 10 years
Position: 1st
Medal: Gold

2. Event: -30 Kg Kumite for Girls
Position: 3rd
Medal: Bronze

State Championship

Subhanan Ghosh
Class IV Section F
I got this trophy and certificate for securing 3rd position in a tournament. I play table tennis. The tournament was held in Belgharia Azad Hind School of table tennis. I learn Table Tennis under the supervision of National coach Avijit Roy Chowdhury in Kishor Mahal Dum Dum. The tournament was held on 11th an 12th of January 2020.

Apart from this I had also won 2nd place in a tournament held in Bonhoogly Avijan Sangha Club held on 22nd Sep 2019.

I have been receiving the training for last 2 years and played multiple tournaments including State Championship.

Sreevats Bhagat

Hi everyone!! I am Sreevats Bhagat from class IV, sec I. Cricket is my passion. I have been learning cricket from the past one year. I am associated with the ‘Paik Para Sporting Club’. In the month of May our club arranged for a cricket tournament. I was eagerly waiting to participate in that tournament. I got selected as the captain of my team. I was so delighted to receive the ‘Man of the Match’ trophy. It was one of my best memorable moments in life. My parents were very proud. And I am proud to be a part of the team and the institution.

Regent Super Kings”.

Ayush Nandey
Class IV Sec F
I had won the best batsman trophy in the cricket tournament held in our residential complex.
There was total 8 teams with seven players in each team. My team name was “Regent Super Kings”. I won the best batsman trophy by scoring 82 runs in the semifinals.
Though our team lost in the final but still I received the trophy.
It was a very good tournament for me. I gained a lot of experience from the matches that I had played.

Abacus Fun

Arush Choudhury
Class IV Sec E
Abacus Fun
I have recently won the 2nd prize in SIP Abacus contest and qualified for 3rd level.
It was a great experience. I have been learning abacus for the last few years and it is a great experience.
I would like to qualify for the next levels successfully.


Jagyosenee Paul
Class 4 Sec F
Swimming has been my favourite pastime since the last three years. I have learnt swimming in Bangur Swimming Complex. A swimming competition had taken place in that club in which I had participated. I have taken the first position in that swimming competition.
Getting the gold medal has made my parents and my teachers very proud of me.
It has been an extremely encouraging experience. My aim is to become one of the best swimmers of the country one day.


Madhusree Chatterjee
Class 4D

The 18th All India Inter School & Senior Karate Championship FEDERATION CUP 2019 was held at DPS, Siliguri from 14th to 15th December. I feel myself lucky to get a chance to participate in such a prestigious competition. There were many participants coming from different places of India. I was excited but didn’t get nervous. After a few hours I got the opportunity to perform and snatched the 2nd position .It was a remarkable moment for me to receive the Silver medal from Mr. Premjit.
I look forward to win more prizes in future so that I can make my family members, friends and teachers proud of me.


I am Chanchal Agarwal from class IV C, got a certificate and a medal for race this year. I had participated in the huddle race. It was held in salt lake. The judge was Mr. Saroj Kanjilal. There were 5 participants. Few were from other schools as well. I tried my best to win the race. When the judges were about to announce the names of the winners I was very nervous. And when I finally got to know that I have won the prize, my heart filled with excitement! My peers and parents were really proud of me.

Chanchal Agarwal

drawing in t2

Anvita Sarkar
Class 4 section G
I have been learning how to draw for quite a long time. Last month I had participated in a drawing competition which was held by the institution where I had learnt how to draw.
I came first in the competition. The most exciting part was that my name was published in T2 which is the supplementary of The Telegraph. It has been a very proud moment for me my mother and my teacher as well. I hope I get more such opportunities to make them proud.


Class 4 sec E

My name is RupayanSaha and I am a student of class 4. Apart from my studies, I associate myself with different activities and hobbies among which I feel the most interested in Abacus.

My acquaintance with abacus started in April 2016 , when I had taken admission in UCMAS academy in Sodepur. UCMAS is an internationally based academy and different students from different parts of the world participate in competitions organised by UCMAS. There are generally two types of competitions organised by UCMAS- IG and State level and I have taken part in both of them of which the exams for IG are held in the centre itself and the state level was held in St.Xaviers’s college at first, at kakurganchi the next two times and at Nicco Park this year. In the state level, one has to do mental calculation of 200 sums within 8 minutes. I have bagged distinction in IG for 3 times and acertificate for mental and abacus the other time.

Apart from this, there are exams for 8 different levels in within the span of 4 to 6 months difference. I have already crossed 7 levels and have meanwhile appeared for the 8th level in November. I have received 3 Gold medals, 2 Silver medals and 1 Bronze medal in these level exams. Along with this a star of the class badge for my good performance in the class. With the passing of this level, my course due abacus will be fulfilled and I will be called a graduate in abacus.



Hi everyone!! I am Janvi Mahato from class IV C, got the certificate of appreciation this year. I was absolutely overwhelmed to receive the certificate and my parents and friends were proud. It was held in Dunlop. The judges were Vivek Prasad and Prince Kumar. I performed in the categories of Fusion Dance and couple dance. There were 20 participants. When the judges announced the name it gave me goose bumps in joy and excitement!! It was a wonderful experience for me.

Janvi Mahato


Hello everyone!! This is Anksh Das from class IV. Karate is a sport I am passionate about. I learn karate from Patipukur Swami Sangha. There are two types of martial arts- Kata and Kumite. I have won 3 gold medals and 4 bronze medals in different karate championship competitions. I received the first gold medal when I was white belt. I was astonished to see the gold medal first time in my life. From that day I sat for all the exams and achieved brown belt.I got double promotion from purple bglt to brown belt. Few days after I had received the brown belt, I participated in the 5th International Karate Championship at Netaji Indoor stadium on 26th July. Early morning I went there for the event. There were people from different countries to showcase their performance. I won two bronze medals there. I aspire to receive the black belt now which is a great responsibility. I would like to attend more competitions and prosper.

Anksh Das