News & Events

 Annual Day Celebration

New Era Public School, Mayapuri celebrated its Annual Prize Distribution Day on 10th May 2019.  The day, meant to recognise and applaud  students who have won laurels for themselves and the school through the year and encourage others to pursue the path of excellence, combined elements of poetry, dance and theatre to enthrall the audience.  The event began with the lighting of the auspicious lamp by the dignitaries present- Mrs Usha Chopra (Founder Principal and Director), Mr Rohit Chopra (Director, Neps Dwarka) and Mrs Vandana Chawla (Principal), followed by a presentation that captured the essence of the years gone by. The school choir, then, impressed the audience with their performance, followed by a heart-touching recital of the poem titled 'Borders’, set to synchronized choreography.  This was followed by the Prize Distribution Ceremony, with students receiving their awards from Mrs Chopra, Mr Chopra and Mrs Chawla. A special prize called The R S Jain Award, instituted by the parents of Rachit Jain, an ex-student who didn't miss a single day of school in the 12 years before passing out, was given to students for their regularity. The highlight of the evening was the thought provoking annual production, based on the school's motto 'Tamso Maa Jyotirgamya', i.e. from darkness to light. The play touched sensitive issues prevalent in the society- caste, mental illness and sexuality. It highlighted the importance of acceptance in the community and the need to rise above prejudices that discriminate. The Founder Principal and Director Mrs Usha Chopra, the Principal Mrs Vandana Chawla and the Director of Neps, Dwarka Mr Rohit Chopra addressed the gathering. The Sr. Headmistress Co-curriculars Mrs Neerja Bhaskar Anand presented the Vote of Thanks. 

    Declamation competition

    A declamation competition was held for the students of Class IV on 9th May, 2019 in the Primary wing auditorium.  Declamation helps the students to learn the skills of combining eloquent language with equally eloquent speech. Two students from each section took part. The students spoke confidently, using appropriate voice modulation. The topics were:

    ·         My school is 60 years young.

    ·         I care for the environment.

    ·         I wish to be....

    The teachers and audience applauded the efforts of the students


      “Cricket is a Gentleman’s Game”

      New Era has always encouraged young athletes to pursue their sporting interests and has provided them with necessary support.

      The school hosted ‘The 5th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-School Cricket Tournament’ from 23rd April to 6th May, 2019. Sixteen teams from Delhi NCR participated in this tournament along with NEPS Dwarka and NEPS Mayapuri.

      Founder Principal and Director Mrs. Usha Chopra and Director, NEPS Dwarka Mr. Rohit Chopra addressed the gathering and encouraged the students.

      The winner and runners up team received a trophy. Best Batsman, Best Bowler, Best Fielder and Best Wicket-Keeper of the tournament were awarded with tracksuits and a trophy each. The Man of the Series was awarded with a cricket kit and a trophy.

      The winner of the tournament was Mount Abu Public School, Rohini and the second position was bagged by Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina.

      The event underlines the aim of New Era to empower young minds to reach their potential and progress towards perfection and growth.


        Show and tell competition

        The show and tell competition for class II was held on 2nd May, 2019 in the Primary wing auditorium. The topic was- a useful item. It was conducted to encourage the students to develop their language skills and confidence. Ten students from each section were selected to perform for the final round. The children took the centre stage and spoke on the items like toothbrush, water bottle, dustbin, newspaper, pencil pouch, coal, watch etc. Overall it was an interesting and thrilling experience for the students. The audience enjoyed the performance of all the students. 

          Labour day special assembly


          A special assembly was held on 1st May on Labour Day. The students spoke about the importance of dignity of labour. It is a day when we honour the contribution of the heroes who always work hard for the prosperity and economic strength of the nation. The students presented an impressive nukkad natak on the importance of labour day and Dashrath Manjhi.

          Dashrath Manjhi, also known as Mountain Man, was a labourer in Gehlaur village, near Gaya in Bihar, India, who carved a path 110 m long, 9.1 m wide and 7.6 m deep through a hillock using only a hammer and chisel. An enactment was presented on – I can be anything I want to be… which was very well appreciated. Present on the occasion The Founder Principal and director Mrs Usha Chopra praised the students for their efforts and encouraged them to work hard.