Latest Schedule For The Adventure Camp

Dear all

The latest change in the schedule of the Adventure Camp (which was postponed indefinitely till yesterday) is as follows:

  • All the classes which were scheduled to attend the camp on 30 December AND 31 December 2010 will have their CAMPS ON THE SAME DAYS AS PER THE EARLIER SCHEDULE. And hence, NO CLASSES on 30 and 31 December.
  • According to the latest information given to E-club, Classes VI - VIII will have their camp on 14 JANUARY 2011 now (which was earlier scheduled for today i.e. 29 December 2010). And hence, no classes on 14 January 2011 for them.
Due to the uncertain weather, the normal schedule for the camp could not be followed. The school's authorities hope that everybody will understand and co-operate and regret the inconveniences.

CRPF Public School

Adventure Camp Postponed Indefinitely

Dear all

This is to inform all the students (and their parents/guardians) of classes I - VIII that the three-day Adventure Camp to be held from 29 December 2010 (till 31 December 2010) has been POSTPONED INDEFINITELY. Due to the ongoing spell of chilling winters and inappropriate weather for the camp, the school's authorities have been forced to take such a decision.

Also, there will be REGULAR CLASSES ON ALL THE THREE DAYS FOR ALL THE CLASSES who had been informed otherwise. It is expected that all the students of classes I - VIII shall come in their proper school uniform with their school bags (books, notebooks, lunch box, water bottle etc) according to the regular winter timings to the school. Do inform all your friends, classmates and schoolmates to avoid any possible chaos. Please spread the word.

Students will be informed duly about the new dates and time for the camp (in case, any) as and when it is decided. The inconvenience caused is regretted. Stay safe and protected in these winters and hope for a happier next year!

CRPF Public school


Dear All

“The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.” – Oprah Winfrey

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Keeping up with the holistic approach, CRPF Public School, Dwarka celebrated its 4th annual day fiesta with extreme zeal and fervor. The extravaganza commenced on a pious note with sacred lamp lighting by the chief guest for the evening Sh. K. Vijay Kumar, IPS, Director General, CRPF along with other dignitaries. The sanctified shalokas engraved the feeling of thin in everyone’s heart creating a sacramental ambience. Musical notes sang by dulcet singers exalted everyone. The shoe stealing performances by the young stars in the Junior as well as Senior ballet brought unbridled smile and cheer on everyone’s face. The song of harmony by the dynamic talents enthralled the audience. Then came the most awaited moment of the evening “The Prize Distribution Ceremony” which acknowledged the hard work and efforts of the laureates and encouraged the others to put in their best efforts in every aspect of life. The espousal words from Principal Mrs. Meenu Tiwari and guest of honour along with the release of school’s magazine ‘Uday’ gave evening a phenomenal end. The day truly belonged to the young, vibrant and vivacious talents of CRPF.

As reported by CRPF School, Dwarka Staff


Dear all

video of vocal music , its 80 mb file/ video of vocal music, its 800 mb in HD format

CRPF Public School celebrated its 23rd Annual Day on 14th December,2010. The occasion was graced by the Chief Guest Shri K.Vijay Kumar, IPS, Director General CRPF, Shri J.C.Dabas, IPS, Additional Director General CRPF , Shri S.R.Ojha, IPS, DIGP(Adm), Manager of the school and other esteemed guests.  The programme was inaugurated with lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest followed by a musical invocation for World Peace and Harmony by the Choir group.

The show commenced with a synchronized 125 member Orchestral team who presented a symphony of East and West. The Western instruments, Drums, Electric Guitar, Violin, Flute, Synthesizer collaborated with Eastern instruments Tabla, Sitar, Bansuri to produce a wonderful Rag Darbari.  The School Band welcomed the guests with their enchanting tunes on Bag Pipe, Side Drum, Tanner and Brass Drum. 

Mrs.Meenu Tiwari, Principal, CRPF Public School presented a comprehensive school report highlighting the achievements of the students. The Chief Guest released the school Magazine, SRIJUN and gave away the prizes to meritorious students.  The tiny tots mesmerized the audience with their scintillating performance in the Junior Ballet “Crusaders of Green Peace”, thereby giving a message of optimism, that it is not too late to save the trees and our Mother Earth.

The Highlight of the programme was the Senior Ballet “Ganga Agar Jo Rooth Gayi” depicting that the Holy river of India is today considered one of the dirtiest rivers of the World.  It is the duty of each and every Indian to save their most sacred river from being destroyed.

The Chief Guest praised the efforts of children and advised them to take the country to higher level of developments.  The vote of thanks was given by Mrs.Anjali Malik, Vice Principal, CRPF Public School, Rohini.

We have just words of praise for all. Everybody was compelled to come out of their comfort zones to accomplish the various tasks assigned. Like everything else, it had to come to an end. Events like this give children a great platform to showcase their talents. We are very optimistic for the celebrations next year. It gets better with each passing year, and that's a great sign ! 

Watch out for the photographs here and here
Well, we'll also try to get the e-copy of SRIJUN and the videos of the annual day. 
Keep following us...

CRPF Public School      


Inter-School English debate competition

Dear All

Tushar Chakrabarty of X-C participated in Ramjas Inter-School English debate and won the “Best Speaker’s Award” in the prelims. He was awarded by Mr. Salman Khurshid.

Well done and congratulations!!!

Sweet Succes At The E-Commerce Quiz!

Dear all

We are back with yet another happy news for all of you! We'll leave it on the winners to say it all. Following is what they have to share about their victory at the T.I.M.E.'s E-Commerce Quiz:

Triumphant Institute of Management Education (T.I.M.E) organized an E-Commerce quiz for the commerce student of class 11th and 12th .The first round was held in the school itself for the selection of best three teams for the next level which was to be held in St. Columbus school, Connaught Place. We were the highest scorers from our school. On 28th November, 2010, we went to St. Columbus school along with the other two selected teams from our school .More than 150 teams from 70 schools from all over Delhi participated in the Quiz. Prelims were held in which we managed to tie for a spot in the top 6 teams for the finals.A tie breaker took place and we successfully secured a place in top six. The final round consisted of four exciting rounds, though none of the teams could score much!Till the third round even we could not garner many points! It was the fourth and the final round “The buzzer round” which turned things around for us. The final round results were dramatic too as we tied yet another time with another team for the second place. We faced yet another tie-breaker and we luckily won this one too..! We got an apple i-pod shuffle for securing the second position .It was a great experience for us and we were very happy to get a podium finish.

Shrey Arora (11th – C)
Akshay kumar Nikhil (11th –C)

If you have got something interesting to share with us too, do not hesitate to mail that to our email-id . If found suitable, we will definitely publish that on the blog. As always, we'll wait for your mails.

CRPF Public School

Inter School Debate Competition -- RESULT

Dear All

We got another reason for which you can be proud of your school and your schoolmates as well.Want to know what's this buzz is all about?
Sasha Agarwal
Two students Sasha Agarwal and Pragya (class 10 E) from our school participated in the inter school debate competition held at Apeejay Public School, Pitam Pura and bagged the SECOND POSITION. It was a competition as a part of literary week in the school. There were total 18 teams in the competition! The topic was CWG HASN’T ENHANCED INDIA IMAGE. Sasha was against the topic n pragya for the topic. The judges included eminent professors from Hindu College and IP University. 1st prize was bagged by Indrapashtha School and third prize by Lancers Convent.

We are happily and proudly posting about these talented guns of our school. We hope to have more such opportunities when we can post about such young achievers...

Till then.......Keep going everyone...

CRPF Public School

CRPF School did it - Mahindra Youth Football Challenge Delhi Champions

Dear All

Mukesh Kumar continued his dazzling form for CRPF Rohini, scoring two goals, one the match winner in a closely contested final to help his school down Air Force, Subroto Park and lift the title in the Delhi Region final of the Mahindra Youth Football Challenge Under-14 All-India Schools Football Tournament. 

In the title round played at the Ganga International School, CRPF and Air Force were tied 1-1 at the end of regulation time, before Mukesh got the winner in extra time.

It was Mukesh who gave CRPF the lead in the first half, which was then equalized by Vijay Kumar of Air Force in the 2nd half. However, the brilliance of Mukesh Kumar could not be thwarted for long and he got the match winner in extra time, taking his tournament tally of goals to 13 from five matches. He was later adjudged the ‘Player of Tournament’. 

The winners took home Rs 30,000, while the runner-up side and third placed winner won Rs 20,000 and 15,000 respectively.

The match to determine the third place saw another close match between Govt. School, Sec 11, Rohini and Modern School B.K. Road which was decided on penalties. After the teams were tied 1-1 at the end of full time, Modern School emerged 4-2 winners after the tie-breaker.
Final Result: C.R.P.F Rohini 2 (Mukesh Kumar 2) bt Air Force, Subroto Park 1 (Vijay Kumar).
3rd place: Modern School bt Govt. School 4-2 via tie-breaker.

For other details, click here.

Congratulations to our football team...

E- Club
CRPF Public School

First Intra-School Mathematics Olympiad 2010 Question Papers, Answer Key and Result

Deal All

The First Intra School Mathematics Olympiad was held in our school today(9 November 2010).
Hopefully, it was a great learning experience for all.

Here are the question papers (class I - XII) with the answer key.

Class I Class II


Mathematics Department
CRPF Public School

First Intra-School Maths Olympiad

Dear all

The school's Mathematics Department is organising the First Intra-School Mathematics Olympiad for all the classes (I - XII) on Tuesday, 9 November 2010 in the school.

All the students of classes I-XII who have scored at least 75% marks in mathematics in their previous class are eligible to participate in the Olympiad. (And all those students who are interested but do not satisfy the eligibility criteria may also participate, provided they submit a recommendation letter from their respective mathematics teacher.)

The questions may be expected from non-routine math of various topics of school mathematics. The question paper will only contain multiple choice questions.

DATE OF EXAM: 09 NOVEMBER 2010 (Tuesday)

LAST DATE TO APPLY: 30 OCTOBER 2010 (Saturday)


"Overwhelmed-Thanks from the core of my heart..!"

Dear all

It's 15 October today, the (Happy!) Birthday of the school's former principal Mr. Suraj Prakash. On behalf of all his dear children and dedicated colleagues, we wish him a Very, Very Happy Birthday. May God bless you, sir!
We love you for everything you have done and for everything you will keep doing! We love you beyond reasons.

And to our (pleasant) surprise, we received a mail from our Dear Sir, acknowledging every person who took time out to wish him on this happy occasion. Through the means of networking sites, people put their Birthday wishes for Sir on record. And following is what Sir's mail contained, beautifully titled 'THANKS!' as a gesture of acknowledgement...

My wonderful young friends,
Lots of love and Greetings!!!
Received more than 450 messages, today--simply overwhelmed and humble. Feel proud to have such wonderful children.
I would like to put it as:
Always keep Schools' motto "Yoga, Karmasu, Kaushlam" -- Striving for Excellence; in to your focus.
Those who have an intense intellectual life are in the habit of reflecting, observing, putting ideas together, gradually form a mental individuality for themselves.
Over the years of my journey, trust me.. all of you have contributed to my persona.
How could I give Back---There is no way.
My dear children, in today's world, individuality is the first conquest....first stage. Once we realize within us; personal independence and consciousness arises,
In the words of Buddha, " Aapo Deepa Bhava"--- be light unto yourself.
With lots of greetings and tremendous love
Suraj Prakash

Thanks a lot, sir. We are sure, all of his students appreciate and love his ways of showing that he cares... Wishing Sir, once again, Many many Happy Returns of the day. May YOU have a happy and healthy life, Sir. :-)

CRPF Public School

Days And People: Then And Now!

Dear all
Second October it is, today. More than many other things, we remember this day as the birth day of The Father Of The Nation ... The birthday of Gandhiji... The day of Non-violence...

A lot could happen over a decade (Since Bapu left the physical world!)... And MANY decades are already our past now! No one has got the courage or the required wisdom to judge how much could we manage to do in this meanwhile. And how far would we dare to dream from now on!  But yes, whatever it is, howsoever we are, we hope we aren't 'that' bad to be inhabiting the same land where Bapu once walked and still lives!

Thought provoking that was! Wasn't it? Provoking sincere thoughts about the way 'they' lived and the way 'we' do! But 'we' have always been hopeful about things around us! And we will hopefully continue the legacy!

CRPF Public School


Dear all

You are great if you can find your faults,
Greater if you can correct them,
But Greatest  if you can accept and love others with their faults...

Going by this or by any other definition, our dear teachers are the greatest...! They not only accept us with our faults, flaws and imperfections, and love us unconditionally, but also dedicate their lives in perfecting those imperfections... Here's wishing all our dear dearest teachers, a VERY HAPPY TEACHERS' DAY...

Letting us rise through ourselves, letting us learn though life, letting us be ourselves, and letting us find life worth living... from the known to the unknown... we have every reason to cherish the existence of our lovely teachers... Thanks a lot, teachers...

The celebrations of Teachers' Day were held on 4 September in our school, complete with cultural programs and heart-felt wishes... Check out the photographs of the same by clicking here.

Here's a heartfelt wish again... for our teachers... HAPPY TEACHERS' DAY... :-)

CRPF Public School

Happy Independence Day!

Dear all
Today is 15 August 2010. Exactly 63 years have passed since we, Indians, under the very courageous leadership of the likes of Gandhi, Nehru, Bhagat Singh and many others, won our independence from the imperialism of British rule.

At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance ... We end today a period of ill fortune, and India discovers herself again ...... Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
Anyways, the day is a national holiday in India. All over the country, flag-hoisting ceremonies are conducted. The main event takes place in New Delhi, where the Prime Minister hoists the National Flag at the Red Fort and delivers a nationally televised speech from its ramparts. A colourful pageant showcasing India’s cultural diversity, symbolic depictions of the country’s advances in science and technology, and a joint display of India’s military capabilities by the armed forces are an essential part of the Independence Day celebrations.
Students of our school also, religiously, conducted a special assembly in the name of India's 63rd Independence Day. Cultural programmes like songs, dance, and drama marked the event. Though it was the magnificent march past which stole the show away. Keep up the good work friends and keep growing with each passing moment ...
Facts apart, we want to know how YOU, as an individual, justify your privilege of being a Free Indian. Tell us why do you deserve this tag...or rather, do we really deserve it? We hope, we really wake up to life and freedom and DO something so that no one dares to put up a question mark on our status of being a Proud, Free Indian...
Let's flood the comments section to discuss our duties while we enjoy our privileges (Freedom Of Speech is just one of the million rights we enjoy every day, without even realising their values!). Lets unite once again to fight the newly arrived challenges of this era ...
Happy Independence Day to all ...
CRPF Public School

Kite Flying Can Hamper Electricity Supply and Endanger Lives

Dear All

·         Kite flying should be avoided since the wires of kites are metallic coated which, when in contact with live electricity wires, cause them to trip and hence disrupt power supply.

·         The metallic coated manjha is a good conductor of electricity and can prove life threatening as it can electrocute people.

·         According to estimates, tripping of just one 33/66 KV overhead line can disrupt power supply to over 10,000 residents of an area. Similarly, tripping of a single 11 KV line can affect over 2,500 residents.

·         During Independence Day celebrations in 2009, over 100 such tripping were reported. The extent of delays/ damage can well be ascertained in Delhi!

·         Kite flying in restricted areas such as Metro installations and other stipulated areas can also invite hefty penalties.

***Be responsible, Be safe! ***
Take Care


Dear all

In an endeavor to bring about the much-needed change in the education policy in India, CBSE has introduced CCE i.e. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in schools for classes IX and X. This new evaluation system aims at identifying and promoting the hidden talents in the children and hence shifts the focus from 'just' academics to the overall development of a child. Magnificent efforts are required to be put in while bringing about a change. And in our school too, teachers are taking great pains to leave no stones unturned while contributing for a hopefully, successful run of CCE.

In a bid to create general and specific awareness for the same among students, a workshop was conducted in our school on 24th July 2010 Saturday , where our Vice Principal Mrs Anjali Malik and our Math teacher Mr. Amit Bajaj discussed about CCE. What are its implications ? Can we develop faith in this new change ?  Parents were made  aware about its various aspects and changes in the present educational system and  what is their  role is in helping their ward . Hoping everything goes well , school will organize many such workshops to build confidence of everybody  in the new changes.


Indian Currency Finally Gets Its Very Own Sign!

Dear all

The Indian Government has finally presented to the public of India, the INDIAN RUPEE SIGN on 15 July 2010. A currency sign is a graphic symbol often used as a shorthand for a currency's name. And most currencies in the world have no specific symbol.

On 5 March 2009 the Indian Government announced a contest to create a symbol for the Indian rupee.During the Union Budget 2010 Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee mentioned that proposed symbol would reflect and capture the Indian ethos and culture. The symbol created by Indian Institutes of Technology alumnus D Udaya Kumar was selected as the official sign for the currency of India.

The new symbol is a blend of the Devanagari "र" and the Roman capital "R" without the stem. The parallel lines at the top (with white space between them) make an allusion to the tricolor Indian flag and also depict an equality sign which symbolizes the nation's desire to reduce economic disparity.The Indian government will try to adopt the symbol within six months in the country and globally within 18 to 24 months. Prior to this, the most commonly used symbols for the rupee have been Rs., Re. or रू.

To know more, click here or here.

We sign off on a proud note (after all, our country finally has a currency sign now!) ...

CRPF Public School

Students Sharing Their Summer Experiences!

Dear all

Recently, Nitin Agrawal, a student of Class XI of our school and Gunjan Jain (Batch 2009-2010) were selected to participate in the INVITING ALL YOUNG MINDS (IAYM-2010), a summer internship programme organised by the Mathematical Sciences Foundation in the month of June. Following is what they wish to share with all of us:

I on being selected had the pleasure to participate in an internship programme organized by Mathematical Sciences Foundation at The Air Force School, Subroto Park , supported by Department of Science and Technology ( DST) and National Mission on Bamboo Application (NMBA) between 1st June to 29th June 2010.

The programme, particularly my project aimed at innovative use of Bamboo to build mathematical & scientific tools and teaching aids owing to it renewability, sustainability, abundant supply etc. Besides our seven teaching aids namely B-anglometer (Bamboo anglo meter) , Fricto meter, Xylophone , Bapult , Geomkit, gears and Bambal instrumental in explaining concepts associated with trigonometry &heights and distances , frictional forces, musical frequency, law of conservation of energy & projectile motion , properties of polygons, working of gears and linear equations respectively we proposed a Bamboo bus shelter offering comfortable seating & protection which was equipped with modern day facilities.

During the course of the internship we also had morning lecture session with Dr Sanjeev Agrawal, Professor, MSF and Associate Professor, St. Stephen's College and Dr. Amber Habib, Professor, MSF on out of the box applications and understanding of Maths. Moreover we had lecture sessions with Dr. Arijit Mukhopadhyay , Professor IGIB and Dr. Geetha Venketraman , Associate Professor, St. Stephen's College. Also we had the pleasure of interacting with Mr. Sam Pitroda, Advisor to the Prime Minister of India and Dr. Jeff Morgan, Professor, University of Houston, and Dr. Dinesh Singh , Director, University of Delhi South Campus.

We had closing ceremony after the presentations on 29th June and we were presented with some nice books and stipend of Rs. 5000 on successful completion of the programme. It was an immensely great experience attending the programme and would have the memories and experiences preserved forever in my memory stick.

Nitin Agrawal

From June 1 till June 29, I found myself totally engrossed in the IAYM 2010, working or rather appreciating the beauty of maths with some of the most crazy (about maths!) people I ever found! With some unexpected twists in the tale, I was finally given the project of my choice i.e. Mathematical Biology! Since I had both maths and biology as my main subjects in Class XII, I was very curious to find out what lies in between the both! And I was completely awed by what I found and learned throughout the programme!

Under our mentor, our group of 5 (initially 6!), applied linear algebra and statistics to genetic data to differentiate populations and their response to disease. Besides our main project, we also worked for what was called 'Mathematical Communication' Project in which, we were given a topic of Class X. We were supposed to teach the topic in the most interactive and conducive way we could on the day of final presentation. Also, we were asked to prepare a Question Bank of our own questions for the same topic! 

The mornings were marked by lectures of eminent and interesting personalities like Dr. Sanjeev Aggrawal and Dr. Amber Habib. Bonus sessions with intellectuals from various other walks of life like Mr. Sam Pitroda, Dr. Dinesh Singh and Dr. Arijit Mukhopadhyaya made it all the more worth cherishing!

On the final day of presentations, our group managed to pull off a decent performance by presenting what all we did during the month long internship. We were awarded a (precious) merit certificate along with a stipend of Rs.5000/- and some lovely books. Needless to mention, I am now missing the pace we had at IAYM. Like all good things, it did come to an end but only after imparting fantastic education and gifting equally fantastic memories too!

Gunjan Jain

It's great to know about such interesting activities of the students of our school. If you also wish to share your experiences with us, mail us on . If found suitable, we would love to post it on the blog for all to read and appreciate! Till next time, we wish good luck to everyone for everything.

CRPF Public School

Dr Tathagat Tulsi, 22, becomes Professor Tulsi at IIT Bombay

Dear All

He completed high school at the age of 9, had a B.Sc at 10, an M.Sc in Physics at 12, and a PhD in Quantum Computing from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, at 21. In 2003, Time named him among the world's seven most gifted youngsters. Now, at age 22, Patna-born prodigy Tathagat Avtar Tulsi has become possibly the youngest assistant professor at IIT.
Tulsi will teach Physics at IIT Bombay from July 19, having chosen the institute over Waterloo University, Canada, and the Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER), Bhopal, both of which had offered him jobs.
"I turned down Waterloo despite an impressive pay package because I do not want to go abroad now," Tulsi told The Indian Express over the phone from Patna. "My dream is to set up a lab focused on quantum computation in India, and one day help develop a largescale quantum computation-based supercomputer. IIT Bombay offers me these possibilities."
IIT Bombay confirmed that Tulsi is set to join its faculty. In an appointment letter sent on June 30, IIT Bombay Director Prof Devang V Khakar informed Tulsi that the institute's Board of Governors was pleased to offer him assistant professorship on contract at the Department of Physics.
Hailed early as a wonder boy, Tulsi suffered humiliation in August 2001 when a delegation of scientists taken by the Department of Science & Technology to Lindau in Germany for an interaction with Nobel laureates, suggested that he was a "fake prodigy" who had "mugged up" jargon which he spouted unthinkingly.
A hurt Tulsi went into a shell for several years. He returned to news this February after he became the youngest holder of a PhD in India.
"Back then it hurt a lot. But I have put the humiliation behind me, and now feel that I have achieved something. I am very happy to join an IIT as faculty. I am looking forward to teaching and research," Tulsi said.

To know more about him visit:

CRPF Public School

CBSE Board Results 2010

Dear all

A Very hearty CONGRATULATIONS to all the students of Class X and Class XII (2009-2010) who have performed outstandingly in the CBSE Board Examinations. The entire school and its staff is proud of the students who are out with flying colours.

Well, let us share the successful scores of a few jewels of our school-

Click Toppers' Talks to read what our toppers got to say about their success stories...

Congratulations once again! We wish you all a very bright and happy future. May God grants all your wishes and keeps pouring happiness in all your lives...

CRPF Public School


Dear all

We must admit that the scorching heat of this summer is getting intolerable with each passing day. Anyways, we managed to beat the heat for some time at least (17 May -28 May, to be precise!), as we had a really successful Summer Camp this year too.

The diversity of activities that were offered was magnificent. Ranging from Vedic maths,Creative learning time, Computers, Science activities, Photography, Pottery, Puppetry, Making best out of waste, Meal planning, Theatre and drama to western dance and the indoor games ; the camp had everything that one could crave for.
On the last day of Summer Camp six students were awarded trophies for their outstanding performances in various activities , nine students were awarded certificates and a gift for excellence in different activities and all other participants were awarded a certificate of participation. We loved the whole feeling of having hosted a very enriching Summer Camp for these young learners. The dedication of teacher coordinators is worth applause.

On this note, we wish everyone HAPPY HOLIDAYS. We will see you after the vacations. Till then... Enjoy, and keep following us. And yes, check out the photographs of Summer Camp by clicking here . We are sure that you will love them.
And yes, don't forget to fill feedback form.

CRPF Public School


Dear All

On May 14, 2010, Shakti and Shaurya House celebrated their House function together with the underlying theme “Abhivyakti” meaning Expressions. The guest of honour was our founder Principal Shri Suraj Prakash.

The function was inaugurated in a very traditional way by lighting of the lamp by the Guest of honour Shri Suraj Prakash. The programme began with a Choir performance, where students of Shakti and Shaurya house presented a melodious song full of zest “Saho gagan ghata gehrani re”. It was followed by welcome address by our Principal madam Mrs. Meenu Tiwari.

Aakash Parida and Sakshee dhawan presented the Shakti House report to enlighten audience with the achievements of the house. Then the Orchestra presented an enchanting performance on the theme “Arrival of spring”. It was followed by the Shaurya House report which was read by Sidhharth Dwivedi and Saumya Raj. The guest of honour gave away certificates and trophies to students who excelled in various fields of art, dance, music and academics.

Students then presented a play on “Generation Gap” which was appreciated by all. It conveyed the present day scenario of diminishing values and virtues of a son/daughter towards their parents and how it needs to be curbed. At last students presented a lively and colourful folk dance of Gujarat, “Dandiya” and a western group dance.

The programme was appreciated by one and all. Our Guest of Honour encouraged students with his ever-inspiring words. Later, Mrs. Sujata Chakraborty proposed the vote of thanks. Beginning with the lyrical harmony of choir group to swaying dancers of Dandiya, the programme captured a colourful expression “Abhivyakti” and the students are determined to surprise everyone every year with a yet new expression!

Click here to enjoy the photographs of the event...

CRPF Public School

Happy Second Blogoversary!

Dear all

We are still in our infancy... and we like love these moments while we are growing up! We cherish everything that came our way during our journey and will continue to do so...!

It's often said that reaching high is easy, staying there isn't! Hence, instead of doing newer things this year, we aimed at maintaining everything we had initiated... It took incredible amount of dedication to keep standing where we are...

We'll try to keep our journey going in the same spirit ( if not a better spirit!). As always, we'll need your affection...

Thanks again... for everything...
Till next time...

CRPF Public School



From: 17 May 2010 to 29 May 2010
Time: 7:15 am to 11:30 am

Proposed Activities to be included are
Dance, Theatre, Vedic Mathematics, Computers & Internet, Meal Planning,Making best out of waste, Puppet making, Magic Show, Pottery/ clay modeling, Creative learning time, Basic photography techniques,Movie Show, Gardening etc.

The skill of Making best out of waste will help your ward make wonders out of scrap!
The creative learning time will offer activities such as Origami, Paper texturing and its applications,Craft of designing greeting cards, wall hangings, pen stands etc.
The Photography lessons will equip children with the basic skills and techniques of photography through various demonstrations.

The camp is open for all (CRPF/ NON-CRPF, OUTSIDERS).
All the students who will join the camp will be given a Certificate of participation on the final day of the camp in a function, wherein children will be exhibiting their acquired skills.
The Fee structure for the various categories is as follows:
CRPF ward: Rs.300, Non-CRPF: Rs.500, Outsider: Rs.800
Click here for circular given to the students regarding Summer Camp.

Click here to visit photographs of Summer Camp 2009.

It's probably the best way to beat that heat of summers.
So, Join the SUMMER EXPRESS now!