Dear All

Undoubtedly, it was a special day in our school.It was Shram House function today. SHALOM - IN QUEST OF PEACE AND HARMONY, was how Shramians tagged their function.Though the word SHALOM belongs to an alien language (Hebrew) which means hello/goodbye/peace but its message was loud and clear.Children displayed their desperation of setting this world free from the clutches of terrorism. Dr. Ruchi Sharma, Principal DPS Gurgaon was the Guest of Honour.

Shram house is blessed with many talented students and dedicated teachers as the blend of both has been instrumental in outshining others in various walks of life.The integrated efforts of all takes the credit away for the success story of Shram House.

The special features of the program were SHRAM GAAN, ORCHESTRA(Camel's ride), LAKYA SINDOOR (Odissi Dance), AEROBICS , TARANA ( Kathak Performance) , HINDI DRAMA (Shanti Ho Tribhuvan Mein).These cultural programmes when cooked together is the perfect recipe of a thought-provoking function like this one.

But they had saved the best for the last- something grabbed every one's attention when it appeared that the movie was over, Picture Abhi Baaki Thi.... Children were standing at the exit with some colours and pointed out to a blank board saying-"ALL WE ARE SAYING IS GIVE PEACE A CHANCE .... WE WILL OVERCOME..." They wanted all to turn that board colourful by giving hand prints as their vote for peace.People hesitated at first, but could not refuse for the children's demand was justified. And the rest they say, is history.

Please download the presentation to know more about the program.
Click here to check the list of prize winners.
Some of the photographs have been uploaded- Click here to see them. Many more will be uploaded soon... keep following...



From: 15 May 2009 to 27 May 2009
Time: 7:15 am to 11:30 am
Proposed Activities to be included are:
Meal Planning, Theatre and Communication, Vedic Mathematics,
Computers and Internet, Classical/Western Dance, Art and Craft,Puppet making, Pottery and Magic Show etc.
The camp is open to all.
It's probably the best way to beat that heat of summers.
So, Join the SUMMER EXPRESS now.



Junior Science Talent Search Examination's Result

Dear All,

We are very happy to inform you that GARGI MAHATO, a student of class X, has qualified the written examination of Junior Science Talent Search Examination(JSTE). For the next phase, she will be appearing for an interview to be held on 13 July 2009.
Congratulations... we are proud of you...


Earth day, every day !!!

Every year, April 22 is celebrated as EARTH DAY to bring about revolutionary awareness about the Earth's environment.It is held annually during both spring in the northern hemisphere and autumn in the southern hemisphere.U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson is considered to have initiated this celebration as an environmental teach in in 1970 and is celebrated in many countries every year.

There is an urgent need to understand the gravity of the situation and take care of our ailing planet. As advocated earlier, E-club would love to celebrate each day as earth day, and hence all the members of E-club have incorporated a habit of conserving energy by consciously looking to it that no switches are left switched on, if not in use, anywhere and everywhere.We don't care if it's our domain or not; what is of utmost importance is that our innocent planet should not suffer,or else we earthlings should be ready to face the repercussions.

We hope that the blog followers give a sincere thought to this impalpable but yet very much prevalent problem of this 21st century.We must understand that our development in the field of Science and Technology will lead us to nothingness if the depletion of our planet continues with this pace. At least try not to waste any energy on this very day and assume that every day is earth day and see the difference. We are there for our planet and we hope that we will have all of you with us...Let's join hands and save ourselves by saving our planet.

Want to know how can you help earth to recover?

We have some suggestions for you to start with :
1. Don't dare to tear a single paper to make aeroplanes or to rub off the Black Board ...
2. Don't even think of sprinkling that very precious water on your friends ...
3. Try to minimise the use of air conditioners ...
4. Do switch off the lights in daylight ...
5. Go out and play rather than fry in front of your television set or that play station - Be cheerful and believe us, we can really turn the tide if we want so...

And do leave Get Well Soon messages for our dear earth on the message board ...



Dear All,

Vatsalya organised a Mathematics Olympiad on 10 November 2008.
The list of rank holders is displayed here.

To download the list, click here.

Measurement Mania !

Hello Everyone

Well.... before we tell you.... Can you guess the reason why we are posting this ??? No.....Ohk... Can you just estimate the length of this post ??? Or can you predict what might have happened to us today as we appear different and crazy !!!
Actually, the Maths' Bee has bitten us ... It's Measurement Mania all over ! Our friends of Class VII had a Maths Estimation Competition today... And believe us, it was fun (=Maths is fun).

They were asked to predict, estimate or guess the lengths, weights, volumes and time in a rather interesting way.Isn't it a great concept ? And yes, representatives of Shakti House made it to the top; while those of Shram House stood second and those of Shaurya House followed them to bag the third position.

Overall, it was a fantastic experience for all. And we hope that we all get to participate in as interesting competitions as this one...

118th Birth Anniversary of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (Marathi: डॊ.भीमराव रामजी आंबेडकर) (April 14, 1891December 6, 1956), also known as Babasaheb, was an Indian nationalist, jurist, Dalit political leader and a Buddhist revivalist. He was also the chief architect of the Indian Constitution. Born into a poor Untouchable family, Ambedkar spent his whole life fighting against social discrimination, the system of Chaturvarna — the Hindu categorization of human society into four varnas — and the Indian caste system. He is also credited with having sparked the Dalit Buddhist movement. Ambedkar has been honoured with the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award.

Born in a class considered low andoutcast. Dr. Ambedkar fought untiringly for the downtrodden. The boy who suffered bitter humiliation became the first Minister for Law in free India, and shaped the country’s Constitution. A determined fighter, a deep scholar, human to the tips of his fingers.


The auspicious festival of Baisakhi is celebrated on first day of Vaisakh month (April-May) according to the Nanakshahi calendar. Hence, the festival of Baisakhi is also popularly known as Vaisakhi. According to Gregorian Calendar, Baisakhi falls on April 13 every year and on April 14 once in 36 years. This variation in date is due to the fact that date of Baisakhi is reckoned according to the Indian solar calendar and not the lunar calendar.

The date of Baisakhi festival has tremendous significance in Sikhism. They celebrate the festival as a collective birthday of the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and the foundation of the Khalsa (the Sikh brotherhood) in 1699. Sikhs all over the world celebrate the day with lot of enthusiasm and joy.


SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME 2009 for Students Of Classes X, XI and XII.

Dear Students,

The Mathematical Sciences Foundation announces summer internships designed to stimulate creativity through ‘hands on’ applications of mathematics with the help of computing techniques. The internships shall encourage teamwork, communication and computational skills and out of the box thinking through real world applications.
The last date to apply is April 24, 2009
Duration of the internships: June 1 to June 27, 2009.
Selected students:
Shall be taught computer programming and software packages along with mathematics
Shall be provided access to a computer laboratory
Shall be paid a total stipend of Rs. 5000/-
Shall be mentored by experienced and well known faculty
Shall also work on projects in mathematics education


With Best Wishes,
CRPF School Family.

Speech by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Dear All,
Spare 10 minutes, download the presentation and give a serious thought to this.

We know about all our rights, but do we really know about our duties and responsibilities ???

Question yourself...



Good Friday is the day on which Jesus Christ was crucified. Jesus Christ was born to Marry in Nezareth – a small town in Israel. He was the founder of Christianity, one of the world’s largest religions. Christ is believed to be an incarnation of God and his teachings are described in the New Testament.

It is believed that on Good Friday, Christ was arrested by clergymen. Hence, Good Friday is believed to be the time when Christians keep fast and celebrate the day over the birth of Christ. Some people believe that ‘Good’ in GOOD FRIDAY is referred to as ‘GOD’ and it is also a common belief that ‘GOOD’ is referred to the gift brought by martyrdom. And according to one of the views, on this day, it is Jesus who went to heaven. It is also celebrated as a festival of life and spirit. Some believe the term "Good" evolved from "God" or God's Friday.


Dear Students,

Hope you all had a wonderful and enjoyable break after your class X board examinations. And the time has come to rejoin your school with new hopes and immense enthusiasm in heart. We shall be holding classes for you commencing from 15 April. The classes will give you an exposure towards the stream you wished (Right now,the stream will be offered to you based on your performance in pre-board exams - However, it is purely tentative and it may change according to your actual performance in Board Examinations). These classes are meant to bridge the gap between Class X and Class XI.
Kindly check out the stream allotted to you by clicking here. In case of any doubt or query, do clarify the same in school on 15 April. We are waiting ...
Come.... meet your friends and teachers, and hence
Start A New Journey...

With Best Wishes
CRPF School Family

Hanuman Jayanti -- Lets Celebrate Birthday of Hanuman JI...

Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the monkey god widely venerated throughout India. It is celebrated during the month of Chaitra.
Hanuman was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, and is worshipped for his unflinching devotion to the God. From early morning, devotees flock Hanuman temples to worship him.
Hanuman Jayanthi is an important festival of Hindus. Hanuman is the symbol of strength and energy. Hanuman is said to be able to assume any form at will, wield rocks, move mountains, dart through the air, seize the clouds and rival Garuda in swiftness of flight. He is worshipped in folk tradition as a deity with magical powers and the ability to conquer evil spirits.
The devotees will visit temples and apply tilak of sindhūr to their foreheads from the Hanumans body as this is considered to be good luck. According to the legend Sita was applying sindhūr to her head, Hanuman Ji questioned why and replied that this would ensure a long life for her husband. Hanuman then smeared his entire body with sindhūr, in an effort to ensure Rama’s immortality.
In Maharashtra, Hanuman Jayanthi is celebrated on the full moon day (pūrnima) of the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra. A special feature of Hanuman Jayanthi is that according to some religious almanacs (panchāngs) the birthday of Hanuman falls on the fourteenth day (chaturdashi) in the dark fortnight of the month of Ashvin while according to others it falls on the full moon day in the bright fortnight of Chaitra. On this day, in a Hanuman temple spiritual discourses are started at dawn. Hanuman was born at sunrise. At that time the spiritual discourse is stopped and the offering of food (Prasad) is distributed to everyone.
Spiritual discourses are organised in most of the Hindu temples on this day.


It's WORLD HEALTH DAY today...

Dear all
Each year on April 7th, the world celebrates World Health Day. On this day around the globe, thousands of events mark the importance of health for productive and happy lives.
World Health Day 2009 focuses on the resilience and safety of health facilities and the health workers who treat those affected by emergencies.
One thing that we would like to add here is that it's neither just the human beings who inhabit this world nor does the bio-diversity, that this day is dedicated to... Don't forget the penultimate - our planet EARTH , which needs immediate love and care.Let's not wait for Some Earth Day or some Earth Hour, it's time we realize that every moment is precious.As Lord Mahavira said - LIVE AND LET LIVE...let's live in harmony with all...


In Jainism, Mahavir Jayanthi is the most important religious day. It marks the birth of Mahavira, the 24th and the last Tirthankara. He was born on the 13th day of the rising moon of Chaitra, in either 599 BC or 615 BC (depending on religious tradition).
On Mahavir Jayanthi, Jain temples are decorated with flags. In the morning the idol of Mahavira is given a ceremonial bath called the 'abhishek'. It is then placed in a cradle and carried in a procession around the neighbourhood. The devotees make offerings of milk, rice, fruit, incense, lamps and water to the people in procession. People meditate and offer prayers. Pilgrims from all parts of the country visit the ancient Jain Temples at Girnar and Palitana in Gujarat on this day.
Mahavir Jayanthi is also celebrated during the 8 day of holy period of Paryushan. Biography of Mahavir Swami, particularly His birth, is read on the day of Mahavir Jayanthi.


The festival of Ram Navami marks the birthday celebrations of the Hindu God Rama , who is considered to be one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu. According to the Hindu calendar, it falls on the ninth day of the Chaitra month. In some parts of India, it is celebrated as a nine-day festival that coincides with Vasanta Navratri, dedicated to the female force better known as Durga or Shakti.
It is considered auspicious to undertake a fast on the day in the name of Rama. Devotees perform elaborate pujas and chant the name of Rama. Temples of Rama have special services and bhajan sessions through the day. Most people fast until midnight. It usually lasts nine days, beginning on Ugadi and ending on Rama Navami.
The main significance behind the celebration of this festival is that the character of Lord Ram signifies an ideal son, an upright husband, a righteous King, and a loving brother and even an ideal man, someone who follow the right path against all odds in life. So if we see it in true sense it is not only a festival to enjoy and have fun there are lot more things to be learnt. It is a celebration of goodness and its victory against all evils.
To know more click here.


1. It tells you that everything you do will always leave a mark.
2. You can always correct the mistake you make.
3. The important thing in life is what you are from inside and not from outside.
4. In life you will undergo painful sharpening, which will make you better in whatever you do.
5. Finally, to be the BEST you can be, you must allow yourself to be held and guided by the hand that holds you.