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Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Gurpurab and Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav celebrates the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. To celebrate this sacred festival, 
a special morning assembly was conducted on 22.11.2018 by the students of Class- VII A with great zeal and enthusiasm. The assembly began with the school prayer 
and the school song sung by the choir students. The students also presented a melodious 'Shabad'. Thereafter, the students spoke about the life and philosophy of
Guru Nanak Dev Ji and spread the message of 'Equality and Sharing'. A beautiful poem was also recited on the eve of Gurupurab. 
Our Principal ma'am Mrs. Kohli guided the students to imbibe the teachings of Guru Nanak in their lives.

    Reflect, Talk, Inspire: TED Talks @ NEPS Dwarka


    With an aim to further hone students’ speaking and presentation skills, an Inter-House TED talks Competition was organized at New Era Public School, Dwarka on 17th November 2018.

    The competition was divided in two categories wherein the topics for the talk were ‘My Inspiration’ (for classes VI -VIII) and ‘Personal Accomplishment’ (for classes IX-XI). The participants from the junior category shared interesting insights on how people beyond celebrities can also inspire, one must be open to absorbing the goodness in others. While the seniors touched the right chords by stirring everyone on how they conquered their feelings with respect to peer pressure, bullying, stage fear and low self-esteem.

    Mr. Rohit Chopra, the Director of the school, also stated an anecdote when his teachers played a pivotal role in polishing his speaking oratory prowess and stage confidence. Yajur Veda house amongst the juniors, and Sam Veda house amid the seniors, were deemed as the winners.


      Acquainting primary students with commonly used idioms, New Era Public School Dwarka organized an Inter-House Idiom-charades on 17th November 2018. Based on the concept of dumb-charades, each team, comprising of three students (one each from grades III, IV and V), had to guess the idioms being enacted.

      The audience too got an opportunity to participate and learn by guessing idioms which couldn’t be identified by the participating teams, or by explaining the meaning of the ones correctly identified.

      The activity aided the students in not only learning new idioms, but also in exploring non-verbal cues and gestures as a medium of communication. Atharva Veda house bagged the first position in the contest.

        The students of Class LKG,UKG and I to V had a lovely surprise to begin their day, as the class teachers  had planned to organise few games to play in the zero period.The excitement continued with a special assembly organized by the students of Class II.
        The programme began with prayer, and tributes to Chacha Nehru. Few students shared an informative talk about the aim of celebrating Children's day and the huge responsibility they have towards the society as kids. A child dressed as Chacha Nehru narrated his famous quote" Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured as they are the future of nation and citizens of tomorrow"
        They also recited a poem on Baldiwas "Chacha Nehru ka bachon se bahut purana naata ; janam diwas chacha Nehru ka bal diwas kehlata....."
        The teachers presented a light-hearted medley of kid songs.The kids sang along with the teachers and cheered for them.
          A special assembly for Diwali was organized on 5th November,2018.

          The assembly commenced with an address by the director of an NGO " Green Circle" wherein he emphasized on the importance of saying ‘No to Crackers’ and urged children to be sensitive to the environment by celebrating a clean and cracker free Diwali. He also made the children undertake a pledge to celebrate a safe,clean and no cracker Diwali. 
          A short poem was also recited to emphasize on the need to celebrate a peaceful and green Diwali and to save Earth from excessive noise and air pollution.  
          The assembly came to a close with a  devotional song dedicated to Lord Ram. The foot tapping music, highlighted the festivity and good cheer of the festival.  
          From darkness to the light that empowers us to commit ourselves to good deeds, that which brings us closer to divinity; lights illuminate every corner of India during Diwali and the scent of incense sticks hang in the air, mingled with the  joy, togetherness and hope. A  Havan puja was organised in the school to invoke blessings of God where the whole school participated and prayed together.
          The day concluded with the distribution of prasad in all classes, which was savored by one and all.

            The Joy of Giving: Annual Day @ NEPS, Dwarka


            The Annual Day at New Era Public School Dwarka was celebrated on 2nd November 2018 with zest and fervor. The students showcased how gleeful and gratifying one feels in being empathetic, sharing with others and embracing humanity, through their annual ballet – ‘The Joy of Giving’.

            The event commenced with the lamp lighting ceremony, followed by an address by the Chairperson, Mrs. Usha Chopra. She laid emphasis on how true learning happens beyond the textbook. Mrs. Vandana Chawla, Principal - New Era Public School, Mayapuri, also highlighted the indispensable role of education, teachers and the school in moulding a child’s personality. Mr. Rohit Chopra, the Director of the school, stated how each child is unique and must never be compared with another.

            The school choir presented a self-written and self-composed song ‘Vasudhaivaye Kutumbakam’, reiterating that the world is one big family. The school band was also appreciated for their rendition, as they played a medley of the famous songs Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai and Tu Hai Aasman Mein, along with an original composition. The meritorious achievers were also acknowledged by the school dignitaries in the prize distribution ceremony.

            The event was followed by the magnificent ballet put up by the students showcasing famous pieces of literature, like O. Henry’s Gift of Magi, and Elsa Marston’s Olive Tree. Various dance performances were also put up including a tribute to Mother Teresa, an epitome of ‘giving’; a nature dance signifying how selflessly nature shares from its bounty with all of us, and a candle lighting dance highlighting the solidarity amid students to take forth the message of ‘joy of giving’.

            Mrs.Kanwal Kohli, the Principal, delivered a vote of thanks to the school dignitaries and the parents, which was followed by the National Anthem. 

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