All the best for your exams!

Dear Students,

March is almost here. And so is the dreaded exam season. While the levels of tension, stress and frustration are on an all time high, no one can deny the immense power of a simple smile and a simple 'Good luck. I know you'll do well" in curbing the exam stress! There isn't a way out of these desperate days. And there isn't really a short cut either.
Here are some dos and don’ts before and during the examination. Hope that the following suggestions will surly help you to prepare better for your exams.

Before going to the Examination Hall
1. Avoid indigestible food, excessive liquids and stimulants like cola, coffee or tea in the previous night.
2. Avoid late night reading.
3. Sleep for six hours at least, to get enough rest.
4. Avoid discussion about previous papers.
5. Plan some relaxation in the morning like listening to light music or going for a short walk or a jog for 15 to 20 minutes.
6. Do not attempt any new revision topics on the day of examination.
7. Eat light food with good nutritive value well before you start from home on the way to examination hall. Keep a small water bottle along with to keep you well hydrated.

In the Examination Hall
1. Minimize waiting time outside the examination hall. It is always good to have known the exact examination hall and seat on the previous day.
2. Walk straight into examination hall on the day of examination.
3. Avoid anxiety provoking discussions with friends e.g. discussion on topics or questions or nervous feelings you have, etc.
4. Practice positive self-statements like "I am going to do well", "I am well prepared for this examination', ‘I have come here to pass the examination with good grades’.

In the Examination Seat
1. Settle and compose yourself.
2. Layout your equipment. e.g. pen, pencil, compass etc at leisure with cool mind.
3. Take fifteen minutes to read the paper and check instructions carefully and then underline key words in questions in your mind and plan.
4. Try to write legibly.
5. Leave space after each answer.
6. Select the question you know the answer best.
7. Write simply in short sentences, with correct spellings.
8. Avoid long background introductions in your answers.
9. Do not worry about the number of supplementary sheets used by the other examinees. Just concentrate on your own job.
10. Plan your time - drive the time according to the marks allocated to each question.
11. Stick to your time budget - try to keep ten minutes time at the end so as to permit you to tie supplementary, check roll no. etc.
12. If you are running out of time - remember that two half answered questions fetch more marks than only one fully answered question. So never leave any question unattempted.
13. Always leave fifteen minutes in the end to check your answers. This strategy helps to make minor changes, recheck any inadvertent omissions and adds to the mental peace for further examination papers.
Wish you all the very best for the examinations. It's absolutely fine and normal to be nervous. But your nervousness must never hold you back from performing your part.

All is well! Learn to Smile through Stress. Stay calm, be cool, be healthy, eat healthy, prepare well, do well and then wait for the magic to unfold. The World's all yours ... Go, Win it !


OATH FOR STUDENTS by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

1.      I will pursue my education with dedication and I will excel in it.
2.      I will plant at least five saplings and shall ensure their growth through constant care.
3.      I will constantly endeavor to remove the pain of my suffering brethren.
4.      I will work for becoming an enlightened citizen and make my family righteous.
5.      I will always be a friend of the mentally and physically challenged and will work hard to make them feel normal, like the rest of us.
6.      I promise that I will work hard with honesty to transform my country into a developed country.

OATH FOR YOUTH by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

1.   I will have a goal and work hard to achieve that goal. I realize that small aim is a crime.
2.  I will work with integrity and succeed with integrity.
3.  I  will  be  a  good  member  of  my  family,  a  good  member of the society, a good member of the nation and a good member of the world.
4.  I  will  always  try  to  save  or  better  someone's  life, without  any  discrimination  of  caste,  creed,  language religion or state. Wherever I am, a thought will always come to my mind. That is “What can I give?”
5.  I  will  always  protect  and  enhance  the  dignity  of  every human life without any bias.
6.  I will always remember the importance of time.  My motto  will  be  “Let  not  my  winged  days,  be  spent  in vain”.
7.  I  will  always  work  for  clean  planet  Earth  and  clean energy.
8.  As  a  youth  of  my  nation,  I  will  work  and  work  with courage  to  achieve  success  in  all  my  tasks  and  enjoy the success of others.
9.  I  am  as  young  as  my  faith  and  as  old  as  my  doubt. Hence,  I  will  light  up  then,  the  lamp  of  faith  in  my heart.
10.  My National Flag flies in my heart and I will bring glory to my nation.

The Ten Commandments for Happiness and Success

1) Heavy rains remind us of challenges in life. Never ask for a lighter rain. Just pray for a better umbrella. That is attitude.
2) When flood comes, fish eat ants and when flood recedes, ants eat fish. Only time matters.Just hold on, God gives opportunity to everyone!
3) Life is not about finding the right person, but creating the right relationship, it's not how we care in the beginning, but how much we care till ending.
4) Some people always throw stones in your path. It depends on you what you make with them, Wall or Bridge?  Remember you are the architect of your life.
5) Every problem has (n+1) solutions, where n is the number of solutions that you have tried and 1 is that you have not tried. That’s life.
6) It is not important to hold all the good cards in life. But it’s important how well you play with the cards which you hold.
7) Often when we lose all hope and think this is the end, God smiles from above and says, `Relax dear it’s just a bend. Not the end'. Have Faith and have a successful life.
8) When you are sad, try to cheer up just go to the mirror and say, `Damn I am really so cute` and you will overcome your sadness. But don’t make this a habit because liars go to hell.
9) One of the basic differences between God and human is, God gives, gives and forgives. But human gets, gets, gets and forgets. Be thankful in life!
10) Only two types of persons are happy in this world. First is Mad and second is Child. Be Mad to achieve what you desire and be a Child to enjoy what you have achieved.

Wishing you a successful life!


It was blue sky with white clouds scattered,
To bless class 12th hearty whishes we had gathered. 
On 15th of Feb. 2014 to present our voiceless love and care,                                                            
A long hug and eyes brimmed with tears, moments of farewell we shared,
Gushing stream of music and dance,
To present their best, students of class XI had every moment and chance.
They rocked the stage and set it to fire,
a melodious way to bid adieu this show began with the choir.
Talent show for twelfth class students was arranged on the stage,
 Questionnaire and quiz bank built up our curiosity and craze.
Titles of Mr. and Miss CRPF, Gentleman and the lady of the evening,
Best Dressed and Versatile Child, with energy they were beaming,
Diversity and variety added spice to the show
Raps or medleys of songs difficult to number high or low.
Abhishek,Paras,Manoj showed up as stars,
Sanchi, Athira ,Vani remained no far.
Snacks and hot lunch, steaming flavours all around,
It was a day of parting for a new beginning outside the school ground.
Principal’s speech, the words of lesson and blessings for our students so dear,
One day they will meet somewhere with innumerable achievements to cheer.
“Fly like a cloud and flow like a river”
 For our blessings will spread warmth even on the coldest day of winter.

Hostel Farewell held on 12 Feb 2014


Lessons come from the journey, not the destination,
Fighting challenges and celebrating occasions.
The journey of so many years with twists and turns,
Many moments shared together giving joy in return.
C.R.P.F. Hostel where young ones stay together
Creating ‘home away from home’cherishing this treasure.
But the journey goes on and kids grow up
Like a tree that stands up higher than a leaning shrub.
So was the day of farewell on 12th Feb. 2014
When students of class XII were ready to live their dreams,
Evening was welcomed as the lamp was lighted
Smiling faces and blessed hearts were delighted.
Melody of choir and rhythmic orchestra beats,
Without the rocking performance of junior boys
this show could never be complete.
An excellent presentation of theatre was a drama by Munshi Premchand
“Ahinsa Parmo Dharma” an amazing presentation that kept us stunned.
Tokens and gratitude, words of thanks
Our hostellers were ready to move on with the lighted lamp.
Appreciations and admirations our principal sir had for all,
He guided them through his words of wisdom ,
moments of varied colours he recalled.
Vice Principal ma’am had a heart full of blessings for all her dear students,
She advised them to be judicious, wise and prudent.
Every moment brought with it memories engraved in our heart,
To achieve the goal we always seeked alas! we must part.


Invitation for Farewell to be held on 15 February 2014

Dear All

“It’s that time of the year
when we’ve got to cheer
so that you may forget all fear
and come together whether far or near.”

A special invitation being sent for all our dear class XII students, on the occasion of “FAREWELL” on 15 February 2014 from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm in the school premises. Kindly be there on time and make it an occasion to remember for your lifetime.
As informed earlier that all those willing to compete for various titles such as Mr./Miss CRPF, Lady/Gentleman of the evening etc, will have to appear for 30 minutes written test (based on general awareness). The test will be held from 9:30 am to 10:00 am. All those joining after 10:00 am will not be allowed to take part for the titles. So, please be on time to avoid any disappointment. 

Wish you all a very good luck...

CRPF Public School

Sanskrit Debate Competition - Result

Dear All,

Two students Anjali Priya of IX B and Sucheta Kumari of X A participated in state level Sanskrit debate (Vaad-Vivaad) competition and won second prize( Rs. 3600 cash prize) out of 24 teams. 
Congratulations to both of them.

CRPF Public School, Rohini

Sanskrit Group Song competition - Result

Dear All,

We are very happy to inform you all that six students of our school participated in state level Sanskrit Group Song(shlok-sangeet) competition and have won third prize out of 36 teams.

Team Members:
Pratiksha Pathak XI,
Bhavya Singh X
Shubhanjali X
Anushka Pandit X
Mansi Gupta IX
M Abhinaya VIII

Congratulations to all the team members.

CRPF Public School, Rohini

Prize Distribution - Fourth Intra School Mathematics olympiad

Dear All The Fourth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad was held on 8 November 2013. Hopefully, it was a great learning experience for all. It surely provided an extended platform for all the participating students and it is wished that it is utilized to its fullest.

Here are many young Ramanujan’s and Shakuntala Devi’s in our school who had performed very well in the exam. Check out the result here:
Congratulations to all the rank and merit holders for their brilliant performance in the Olympiad. You may again like to see the question papers and their solutions.

CRPF Public School, Rohini