CRPF Public School, Rohini celebrated Graduation Ceremony Cum Prize Distribution Function (KG-V) , “Myriad Hues- A Rainbow of Colours. Graduation Day, a significant occasion, celebrated on Feb 17,18 , was indeed a memorable day in the lives of little ones as it marked their very first accomplishment.

Chief Guest on the occasion, Sh. Rakesh  Sethi, DIG (Adm) cum manager of the school, was welcomed by the School Principal, Mrs. Nidhi  Chaudhary.The eventful day started with the ceremonial lamp lighting by the Chief Guest and the Principal. After invocationLord Ganesha, pre-primary students performed on a peppy number and left everybody spell bound with their mesmerizing performance. Another show stealing performance was – ‘Harmony in Colours’ ; a skit, presented by little stars of kindergarten.

The most important part of the day- Graduation Ceremony – was indeed a joyous and memorable day for the little ones as they received their graduation certificates from Honourable Chief Guest.

Another ceremony which was conducted with utmost dedication was ‘Passing on the Light’ where the current prefectorial board of primary department (Class III-V) handed over the Eternal Flame symbolising infinite duties and responsibilities to the newly elected prefectorial board with a promise that the school’s flag will always be kept flying aloft with pride and honour.

School achievers (KG-V) for having attained a sterling record both in scholastic and co-scholastic domain were also honoured. They were applauded by the audience as they received their trophies of meritChief Guest, Sh. Rakesh Sethi, in his address appreciated achievers for their hard work, perseverance anddetermination and willpower for attaining their goals successfully and his invigorating words enlightened the audience. 

School Principal, Mrs. Nidhi Chaudhary, also inspired students to continue making efforts to achieve goals in the next session too. Vote of thanks was proposed by Junior Head Boy and Junior Head Girl.


"Do not go where a path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail"
- Ralph Waldo
C.R.P.F. Public School, Rohini stood yet again at the brink of a new chapter in its glorious history as the current members of the prefectorial board handed over the baton of responsibility to the newly elected leaders of the school.
A candle, symbolising eternal brilliance and the solemn and myriad responsibilities the leadership posts carry with them, was handed over to the newly elected prefectorial board members by the present prefects of the school, with a promise to keep the beacon of the school shining bright.
The glorious ceremony concluded with a speech of the school Principal, Mrs. Nidhi Chaudhary, who encouraged the students with her pearls of wisdom.


A workshop regarding adolescent issues and substance abuse was conducted by CRPF Public School, Rohini for the parents of Class 9 on 3rd February, 2018.
The speaker Ms.Deepali Batra, Clinical Psychologist, Consultant, Max Speciality Care focussed on the adolescent issues. She discussed about the various aspects of a child's psychology and highlighted on the various inter-personal difficulties among the parents and their children. Later, she even stressed on the techniques for building effective communication skills among the parents and their children.
She even highlighted on the need to handle the adolescents in a manner that would help them overcome the pressures that come with the lifestyle changes of today.
At the end, she even answered the queries of the parents  who actively participated in the session.

Republic Day Celebration 2018 (Pre-Primary Dept.)


Special assembly on 'Republic Day' was presented by children of Class II on 25.1.2018 with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour.The choir group sang a song 'Mera pyaara Hindustan' exhibiting their love for their motherland and its rich heritage & diversity. The air reverberated with the melodious rendition of the choir group.It was followed by speech  by 2 students  conveying the real essence of 'Republic Day'.Lastly, the students  showcased 'Kavi sammelan' wherein they recited inspiring poems invoking the spirit of patriotism and national integration with great zeal.

Educational Trip of Class- IX

As a part of SSt. Assessment an educational trip to Aravali Biodiversity Park, Delhi was organised. The trip was undertaken by all the sections of class 9 along with their class teachers and the class co-ordinator during the school hours. It presented a good opportunity for the students to know more about the indigenous flora and fauna of Delhi.
It was an effort to show interdependence of flora and fauna and to what an extent have the humans been responsible for disturbing the ecological balance. It was a guided tour and our guide Mr. Gaurav was quite informative. At the end of the tour, the students were shown a short film based on the ecological balance which was loved by the students.
The endeavour was a unique experience as apart from offering a deeper insight into the interdependent flora and fauna, it facilitated the students to grasp the essential problems associated with the development of the urban areas which is indeed proving to be a bane to the existing flora and fauna.