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26Aug

The 11th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022
  
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The 11th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022
The 11th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022
The 11th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022
The 11th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022

The 11th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022

New Era Public School organised its mega annual multi-day sporting extravaganza from 22 to 26 August 2022- The 11th R.L.Chopra Memorial Inter-school Table Tennis Tournament 2022 .

This annual event attracts budding sportspersons from leading schools of Delhi NCR. This year, around 200 students from 25 schools plied their trade and showcased their talent.

The event was inaugurated and graced by the Founder Principal and Director Mrs. Usha Chopra and the Principal Mrs. Vandana Chawla in the Saraswati Auditorium. Mrs. Chopra hit the first shot to mark the beginning of this edition.

All games were officiated by expert officials from the Table Tennis Federation of India. After all the games,  all the winners were awarded trophies and certificates by our Founder Principal and Director Mrs. Chopra and our Principal Mrs. Chawla.

In the end, Mrs. Chopra and Mrs. Chawla applauded the students for an excellent show and encouraged them to keep themselves fit and involved in sports.

    26Aug

    Vanijya (2022-23)
      
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    Vanijya 2022-23
    Vanijya 2022-23
    Vanijya 2022-23
    Vanijya 2022-23
    Vanijya 2022-23
    Vanijya 2022-23
    Vanijya 2022-23

    Vanijya-2022

    The Annual Interschool Commerce Fest Vanijya was organised on August 26,2022 with zeal and enthusiasm by the students, as it was happening for the first time after the lockdown, in an offline mode. The air of excitement was pervasive as teams from 16 schools trooped in and were welcomed at the Reception with a beautiful rangoli and a pleasant group of volunteers. The Fest was inaugurated with the Lamp lighting ceremony by the Founder Principal and Director of the school, Ms Usha Chopra and the Principal of the School, Ms Vandana Chawla. They were accompanied by Mr Nitin Kumar and Mr Abhinav Singh, accomplished founders of a successful start-up dealing with Digital Marketing, who had kindly consented to judge the event. After the motivating address by Ms Chopra and the cheerful advice by Ms Chawla to enjoy the competition, the Stock Marketeers left for their venue-the Computer lab, where for an hour there was fierce and serious trading as they vied for the highest profits. The budding entrepreneurs in the AV room gave thought provoking presentations, aided by amazing PPTs on the topic, ‘From Greed to Green, the evolution of marketing.’ The judges asked some questions from the teams after their presentation and these too were very well fielded by the students.

    The Prize Distribution ceremony brought the curtains down on this year’s Vanijya. Ms Chopra accompanied by Ms Chawla awarded the deserving while the supportive participants applauded their efforts. The results of both the events are as follows;

    The Stock Market King

    1. Queen’s Valley School, Dwarka
    2. St. Mark’s World School, Meera Bagh
    3. St. Mary’s School, Dwarka

    From Greed to Green

    1. New Era Public School, Mayapuri
    2. Delhi Public School, Noida
    3. Mount St. Mary’s School, Delhi Cantt.

    Rolling Trophy

    Cambridge Foundation School, Rajouri Garden

     

     

     

     

     

      18Aug

      The 14th R.L. Chopra Memorial Creative Writing and Book Discussion Competition (2022-23)
        
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      The 14th R L Chopra Memorial Creative Writing Competition (2022-23)
      The 14th R L Chopra Memorial Creative Writing Competition (2022-23)
      The 14th R L Chopra Memorial Creative Writing Competition (2022-23)
      The 14th R L Chopra Memorial Creative Writing Competition (2022-23)
      The 14th R L Chopra Memorial Creative Writing Competition (2022-23)

       

      The 14th R.L. Chopra Memorial Inter-School Creative Writing Competition (22-23)

       

      The 14th R.L.Chopra Memorial Inter-School Creative Writing Competition was organized by New Era Public School, Mayapuri on 18th August, 2022. This literary event was instituted in the memory of Late Shri R.L.Chopra, the founder chairman of New Era Public School. Mr. Chopra, an avid reader himself, was of the firm belief that reading leads to refinement and enrichment.

      This one day literary festival witnessed participation from the leading schools of Delhi NCR. The occasion was graced by the Founder Principal and Director Mrs. Usha Chopra, and the Principal Mrs. Vandana Chawla, who welcomed all the participants and encouraged them.

      The book chosen in English was Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. It depicts pre-colonial life in the south-eastern part of Nigeria and the invasion by Europeans during the late 19th century. It is seen as the archetypal modern African novel in English, and one of the first to receive global critical acclaim. The book chosen in Hindi was Hind Swaraj by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, which reflects his views on Swaraj and modern civilization.   

      In the Creative Writing Competition, one student from each participating school had to express their thoughts on a topic/question, based on the selected novel, given on the spot in 600-800 words approximately. The aim is to allow students to engage with the chosen work of literature deeply and test their analytical and critical skills, as they express their thoughts on the given topic/question. The Results of the Creative writing are as follows:

      English

      S.no

      Name of the participant

      School’s Name

      Position

           1.

      Sumaya Beri

      Vasant Valley School, Vasant Vihar

      First

           2.

      Pratyush Saini

      Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar

      Second

           3.

      Yash Kumar

      St. Mary’s School, Dwarka

      Third

           4.

      Synah Kaur Swahney

      K.R.Mangalam World School, Vikaspuri

      Consolation

           5.

      Ananya

      St. Thomas’ Girls Sr. Sec. School, Mandir Marg

      Consolation

           6.

      Rudrakshi Dogra

      St. Mark’s World School, Meera Bagh

      Consolation

       

      Hindi

      S.no

      Name of the Participant

      School’s Name

      Position

           1.

      Rudransh Singh

      New Era Public School, Dwarka

      First

           2.

      Varchasva

      New Era Public School, Mayapuri

      Second

           3.

      Simran

      Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar

      Third

           4.

      Rounak Sheoran

      The Airforce School, Subroto Park

      Consolation

           5.

      Vridhi Bajaj

      KIIT World School

      Consolation

           6.

      Manmeet Kaur

      St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Janakpuri

      Consolation

       

      In the Book Discussion Round, the participating students were divided into groups and asked questions on the novel by the moderators. The results of the Book Discussion are as follows:

      English

      I Prize- Nandini Duhan- Navy Children School, Chanakyapuri

      II Prize- Yashvi Bansal- New Era Public School, Mayapuri

      III Prize- Sara Jayakumar- Vasant Valley School, Vasant Kunj

       

      Hindi

      I Prize- Panika Bhatia- K.R. Mangalam World School, Vikaspuri

      II Prize- Harshal Siddhu- St. Marks World School, Meera Bagh

      III Prize- Mehak, Navy Children School, Chanakyapuri

      Eminent personalities judged the book discussion event in both English and Hindi. For Hindi Mrs. Kiran Nanda (Retired Associate Professor, Kirori Mal College, Delhi University) and Dr. Vibhas Chandra Verma (Associate Professor, Deshbandhu College, Delhi University) and for English, Ms. Angeleen Mitchell and Ms. Nikita Dutta Gupta, both experts in the field of education and publishing, graced the event as judges.

      The participants displayed an in-depth understanding of the issues raised in the books. This annual event reasserts the significance of literature in our lives and helps us to understand the world better.

       

        18Aug

        Janmashtami Spl. Assembly(Pr. Wing) 2022
        Janmashtami Spl. Assembly 2022(Pr. wing)
        Janmashtami Spl. Assembly 2022(Pr. wing)
        Janmashtami Spl. Assembly 2022(Pr. wing)
        Janmashtami Spl. Assembly 2022(Pr. wing)
        Janmashtami Spl. Assembly 2022(Pr. wing)

        Janmashtami Special Assembly

        The festival of Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. A special assembly on Janmashtami was conducted by the students of class II. The students were dressed in colourful and bright clothes. They danced beautifully dressed as Lord Krishna, Radha and the gopis. The auditorium was filled with the essence of divine spirit. May Lord Krishna give you love, peace and happiness.

         

          13Aug

          Independence Day Celebrations 2022
            
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          Independence Day 2022
          Independence Day 2022
          Independence Day 2022
          Independence Day 2022

          New Era Public School participated in the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, launched by the Government of India, as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. Students from classes 1 to 12 came in good numbers to school on 13th August and displayed a terrific example of unity and patriotic spirit. A host of activities around the Indian Tricolour planned by the teachers for the students were being conducted for the past few days. Activities such as Slogan Writing, Drawing and Painting the Tricolour, Poster making etc, kept students busy throughout the week. All of this culminated on 13th August, as an energetic show was put up by the students of the Primary and Senior Wings. The special assembly began with flag hoisting by Headmistresses of Primary and Senior Wings-Mrs, Arati Mehta and Mrs. Neerja Bhaskar Anand accompanied by the National Anthem.

          The junior choir set the tone with their patriotic rendition, followed by students from the primary wing, who evoked a sense of pride in the Tricolour in the students through their poetry. A small skit was presented by students of class X, to emphasise on the importance of the National Flag and encourage students to enthusiastically participate in the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign. This performance was followed by a poem in Hindi and the National Song ‘Vande Mataram’. The event concluded with the headmistresses addressing the gathering. In their address, both the headmistresses emphasized the importance of the National Flag and stressed on the need for the new generation to build values like integrity and discipline.

          Students and staff members were given their own flags to take home by the school. Everyone who witnessed and participated in the activities went home with a sense of pride and gratitude for being born in this great nation.