Dear Reader,
CRPF Public School, Alumni Meet 2015, PRATIBIMB was organised on 25th December, 2015. It was held after a gap of five years and brought around 150 alumni of this school back the moments of joy and laughter.
The show was organised under the guidance of the school's Principal , Mrs. Nidhi Chaudhary ,and was well executed by the coordinator of Alumni Committee, Mr. Amit Bajaj , and his team of alumni from different batches. The event was partially sponsored by Nishvasiti and supported by Style Tip Interiors and MacMillan. 
Lighting of the lamp along with invoking the divine blessings initiated the event, followed by the welcome of our principal ma'am by the sponsors of the show.
Thereafter, principal ma'am extended a very warm, cordial and affectionate welcome to all the Alumni and their families. She said that it is a wonderful moment that many of our alumni who have achieved senior position in important organization in such a short time are in our midst today making us feel proud and honoured.
After the other guests were welcomed many events and activities followed to embellish the day with glitz and glamour. Alumni meet gave a day to relish many fond memories of classrooms, hostels, games field and different cultural and co-curricular programmes which were organised during their school days. 
Ex-students from batch 1994 to 2015 gave performances, captured heart and soul of the audience and made the event a memorable one. They reminisced about the good old days and fondly remembered their classroom memories.
Photo booth, Mr. Alumnus, Miss Alumna, live musical shows, CRPF orchestra, lucky draw, were the highlights of the evening. Sumptuous lunch was organized during which the faculty and the alumni had an open interaction. 
With promises and hopes of meeting again in the journey called life the alumni bid farewell to each other and took along beautiful mementos as memories to be ever cherished.
CRPF Public School, Rohini


Dear Reader,
CRPF Public School, Rohini celebrated Mathematics Week as “Ganit Utsav” from 16th  December 2015 to 22nd December 2015 to remark the 128th Birth Anniversary of the great Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.
The inauguration was done by honorable chief guest Mr. Ajay Marwah, HOD (Mathematics),, S.D. Public School, Pitam Pura,  Guest of honor Mr. Saurav, Vedic Maths expert and respected Principal ma’am Mrs. Nidhi Chaudhary.
A series of interesting events for different classes were organized. On the Inaugural day lecture on Ramanujan and his life was delivered by honorable chief guest Mr. Ajay Marwah and interesting facts were shared by the guest of honor Mr. Saurav.
Many Mathematical competitions were organized on different days.
Ø  On 18th December, there was a Rubik’s cube solving competition for the students of classes 6th, 7th and 8th. Students participated in large numbers.
Ø  On 19th December, Poster making competition was organized for the students of classes 3rd, 4th and 5th.  On the same day a competition was organized for the students of classes 1st and 2nd   of creating figures with different shapes.
Ø  On 21st December, Mathematical relay race was organized for the students of classes 9th and 10th. Students participated enthusiastically.
Ø  The culmination ceremony was held on 22nd December   and was marked by celebrating the 128th birth anniversary of the legend Srinivasa Ramanujan and also as the National Mathematics Day. Mr. Maruti Sharma who is currently working with JKMS Research Foundation and had previously worked with FIITJEE LTD., Career launcher, world academy of Vedic mathematics, TIMES graced the occasion with his words of wisdom.
The ceremony ended in magnificence, with students receiving merit certificates for their respective events, by honorable chief guest Mr. Maruti Sharma, Mr. Amit Bajaj HOD (Mathematics), Mrs. Rekha Grover PGT (Mathematics), Mrs. Vandana Sehgal Primary Incharge and Ms. Hema Batra Pre-Primary Incharge.
The whole week was full of Mathematical Joy with lots of learning for all the students. 

CRPF Public School, Rohini


Primary Department

Ananya Bansal of V C won the third prize and got cash prize of Rs. 1000/- in Bhaskaracharya maths competition held at Doon Public School.

Siddharth Shankar of VA scored the first position in NSO exam held in the school and won a gold medal.
NSO 33 State Rank.
NGSE EXAM                   Main Exam Percentile
MAIN EXAM                             90%
ADVANCE EXAM                    86%                             
                               WON GOLD MEDAL.


Dear Reader,

Srinivasa Ramanujan (22 December 1887 – 26 April 1920) was an Indian mathematician, who made extraordinary contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions. Ramanujan independently compiled nearly 3900 results (mostly identities and equations). His work continues to inspire mathematicians even today! 
Srinivasa Ramanujan, born into a poor Brahmin family at Erode on Dec. 22, 1887, attended school in nearby Kumbakonam. By the time he was 13, he could solve unaided every problem in Loney's Trigonometry, and at 14 he obtained the theorems for the sine and the cosine that had been anticipated by L. Euler.
Ramanujan became so absorbed in mathematics that when he entered the local government college in 1904 with a merit scholarship, he neglected his other subjects and lost the scholarship. Ramanujan married in 1909, and while working as a clerk he continued his mathematical investigations.
In January 1913 Ramanujan sent some of his work to G. H. Hardy, Cayley lecturer in mathematics at Cambridge. Hardy noticed that Ramanujan had rediscovered, and gone far beyond, some of the latest conclusions of Western mathematicians.
In 1914 Ramanujan went to Cambridge. The university experience gave him considerable sophistication, but intuition still played a more important role than argument. In Hardy's opinion, if Ramanujan's gift had been recognized early, he could have become one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. His patience, memory, power of calculation, and intuition made him the greatest formalist of his day.
In 1918 Ramanujan was elected a fellow of the Royal Society and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
However, the story goes that, Ramanujan’s health deteriorated greatly while he was in England, and he eventually had to travel back to India in 1919. He died a year later, when he was only 33 years of age, although his work will be remembered for a long time. He dealt with Riemann series, the elliptic integrals, hyper geometric series, and functional equations of the zeta function. Hardy liked to rank mathematicians on a scale of 1 to 100, and he gave himself 25, Littlewood 30, David Hilbert 80, and Ramanujan 100, which shows just how great Ramanujan was.

CRPF Public School, Rohini


Dear Reader,
It’s finally time to welcome our new Principal to CRPF Public School. We’re delighted to inform you all that Mrs. Nidhi Chaudhary (formely HOD- Chemistry) is new head of the CRPF School family now. We extend a very warm welcome, Ma’am. We look forward to your able guidance and leadership.
Welcome by Senior Staff

Welcome Pre-Primary Department

Welcome Primary Department

 Skit- Principal welcome Primary Dept (Rehearsal)

Needless to mention, her views, opinions, energy and the zeal to bring about the much-needed and desired change in the education system are quite contagious. Positively so!
One is bound to admire her abilities of understanding the tender heart and soul of a young child. She surely understands the need of a conducive environment for a child to really cherish the process of learning and education. She rightly emphasizes on reinstating the rapidly depleting values and morals and that both teachers and the parents are required to play a crucial role in the same.
Once again, Edu-club extends a heartiest welcome and hopes that everybody is all set to join hands with you while you bring your amazing visions and dreams for the school to reality.

CRPF Public School, Rohini

Interactive Session With Alumni Volunteers on 9 December 2015

Dear Readers,
As you know that our school is hosting the " Alumni Meet" on Friday, 25 December 2015, we wish to update you about the Interactive Session that we had with some Alumni volunteers on 9 December. Some students have already volunteered to take charge but you know, we need more!
Today’s meet was attended by the following:
1. Mr. Amit Bajaj – HOD (Math’s)
2. Tushar Gupta 2006 Batch
3. Bhuvnesh Rajain 2010 Batch
4. Sahil Sharma 2014 Batch
5. C. Shruti 2014 Batch
Following is a raw line of action for the event, and there is ALWAYS a scope for improvement !
1. Registration of the alumni ( 10:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. ).
2. Batch-wise introduction on stage (and hopefully some photograph-clicking time!).
3. Some chit-chatting and re-connecting time with teachers and others (that's a must!).
4. Arranging Sponsorship for the Meet (if possible).
5. Arrangements for tent and lunch
6. We want that EVERY batch takes over the stage for at least 10 minutes to make the event livelier. Just connect with your friends and do 'something'. It can be just anything that symbolizes your memories and moments spent in your loving school. Send in your mails or just scribble in the comment section about your plans. We would love to arrange everything you would want.
7. We request you to mail us your old school photographs and stuff to us at or
Next meeting will be held on Monday, 14 December 2014 in the school at around 2 pm to discuss further plan of action. If you wish to volunteer please contact Amit Bajaj Sir at 9891644454.
The registration fee (of Rs. 500/- per alumnus and Rs. 250 in case of spouse) will be collected at the registration counter itself. The registration form is available for the alumni.
We are always waiting for your queries, suggestions and opinions. We can't figure out a reason for you to hesitate. Hence, share with us what you feel.
With conviction in our ideas and immense hope for the success of not only the event but our humble initiative too, we sign off...
Alumnus Association
CRPF Public School, Rohini


Dear Alumnus of CRPF School, Rohini
By now you all know that there is an Alumni Meet on 25 December 2015, at 10:30 am in the school premises. Hope YOU will be there with your friends in this endeavor!
Since everybody wants to do everything on that day, so we may run short of time. We wish to tell you that the registration time for the event will be between 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The programme will start at 11:30 am SHARP. BE ON TIME. Even if because of some genuine reason you will be late, we’ll love to welcome you… but, in that case you may miss some FANTASTIC MOMENTS…    
The REGISTRATION FEE (of Rs. 500/- per alumnus and Rs. 250 in case of spouse) will be collected at the registration counter itself. The registration form is available here for the alumni. Only the alumni are eligible to register through this form. It is possible that you might already have filled this form during Alumni Meet 2010. But since there would be possibly many changes in the past five years so you are requested to fill this form once again. We want to always remain connected. And hence, we'll love to receive your confirmation so that all the appropriate arrangements can be made well in advance.
There is absolutely no reason for you to step back! This will be a meet FOR the Alumni, OF the Alumni, and let's make it BY the Alumni too!
And yes, there are some arrangements of Music for you after Lunch. Bring along your special requests for songs in pen-drive, CDs. It's definitely not going to be a talent hunt.  It will be a Celebration of Our Togetherness.
Here is the message by Principal Ma'am.

School's Contact Number(s): 27562305/27564505
All the enthusiastic alumni who would like to extend their cooperation in any possible way please do contact me. Do not hesitate to contact Amit Bajaj Sir at 9891644454, in case you have any   or query.
Looking forward to see you on 25 December 2015....


Dear Reader,
CRPF Public School, Rohini celebrated its 27th Annual Day on 24th November 2015 with great zeal, enthusiasm, and gaiety. Shri P.V.K. Reddy, IPS, ADG headquarters CRPF was the chief guest. Besides the guest of honour, Shri R.P. Pandey, IG (Admn), Smt. Anupam Kulshreshtha IPS, DIG (Admn) cum manager of the school, other CRPF dignitaries, Principals of various schools, PTA members and parents also graced the occasion.
The Principal Mrs. Uma Mudgal welcomed the guests with bouquets and saplings. The school Band enthralled the audience with their bagpipe and drums.  The programme began with the lighting of the lamp followed by choir. 101 students presented the choir, “Nai Roshni Ki Taraf” giving the message that change is the only constant thing in life. The school Orchestra “Swaron Ki Roshni” comprising of 78 students and 72 musical instruments played an excellent blend of western and classical music based on Raag Vrindavani Saarang.
The main attraction of the evening was the Ballet, “Dilli Ke Sunhare Panae” in which 383 students participated. The ballet unfolded the history of Delhi. Mirza Galib is shown descending from heaven to see modern Delhi. Personified Delhi takes him right from Indraprastha, Prithviraj Chauhan, Akbar; British Raj to modern Delhi. The ballet inspired by Dr. Khuswant Singh’s, “Delhi” was applauded by all.
The Principal Uma Mudgal presented the school Annual Report highlighting the achievements of the students in the field of academics as well as co-scholastic areas. Prizes were given to the meritorious students who excelled in various scholastic and co-scholastic fields. The chief guest appreciated the efforts and achievements of the students as well as the staff for putting up such a great show. He also released the school magazine “Srijun”.
The program was concluded with the vote of thanks. The Annual Function was a grand success.
Note: The main Photograhs of the function will be available after few days. You can also purchase the CD of the program at the cost of Rs. 100 from school reception after 10 days.
CRPF Public School, Rohini 

Grandparents’ Day Celebration held on 7th Nov 2015

Dear Reader,

To honour and respect grandparents and senior members of the society Grandparents’ Day was celebrated by Primary and Pre- Primary Departments. As we seek to strengthen the enduring values of the family, it is appropriate that we honour our grandparents who are the link between the present and near past.

Sh. M.S. Dhillon, commandant, 194 Bn was the chief guest.
Sh.Vijay Bhatia, Vice- Chairman PTA, also graced the occasion.

Programme began with the group song especially dedicated to grandparents. Students from Class I-V sang melodiously and welcomed grandparents.

108 students from class I-V created magic on 12 kinds of instruments playing morning raga on the theme ‘New Dawn’. It was loudly applauded by the audience. Group song by students of class KG and skit by Pre-Primary students Spell-bound everyone.

Act of reverence by students of class III-V on the theme “ Let’s make old age the golden age” mesmerized the audience and the guests.

Yoga demonstration by students of class I-V was appreciated by one and all. Chief Guest Mr. M.S. Dhillon felicitated meritorious students who scored perfect 10 CGPA in their previous class.

Interesting events were also organized for grandparents .They actively participated and enjoyed thoroughly.

Chief Guest Mr. M.S. Dhillion also had a round of the exhibition put up by students of class V where project work and models prepared in the science class had been displayed. Mr. Dhillon appreciated the efforts put in by students.

With enormous co-operation of the Principal Mrs. Uma Mudgal, Incharge Primary Department Mrs.Vandana Sehgal and Incharge Pre-Primary Department Ms.Hema Batra the programme was a huge success.

CRPF Public School, Rohini


Dear Reader,
CRPF Public School has fulfilled its motto of striving towards excellence by organizing and successfully completing its Fifth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad on 6 November 2015. Around 250 students enthusiastically participated in the Olympiad held in school premises.
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.
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


Walk-in-interview for the post of TGT-Science(Biology) on 26 th November, 2015 at 1 pm.
Those who are interested may come with the relevant documents.

Happy Children's Day

Dear Reader
Happy Children's Day to all! Yes, to all! Why? Don't we all long to be a child? Don't we all crave for our childhood again? Well, there's no point in being a grown up if you can't be childish sometimes! So, Be a child today! We know it’s a refreshing thought ... the thought of your sweet childhood!
Celebrated on 14 November i.e. on the birthday of Chacha Nehru who loved and was loved by children, this day is simply set to honor children and minors. The day is marked with a lot of activities for children. But the fact remains that only a section of the country’s children actually have an opportunity to celebrate their existence. There is an entire populace of young ones that are left ignored on this special day – the downtrodden street children. This day reminds to each and every one of us, to renew our commitment to the welfare of children and teach them to live by their Chacha Nehru’s quality and dream. What can you do about it? Childhood is about innocence and playfulness .It is about joy and freedom. May be on this day you might sign up to sponsor education of a underprivileged child in an NGO such as DIYA FOUNDATION or PRAYAS or CRY.
Also visit facebook page . This is special page dedicated to help those people who have lost their children...No More Missing is the only hope to find & see their missing child again. Watch this small video for details.
Once again... Wishing you all a very Happy Children's Day.
CRPF Public School

Jatin Bedi Memorial Football Tournament 2015

Dear All,
CRPF Public School, Rohini students have been trained to excel in all sphere of life be it academics or co-scholastics.
The U-19 football team of our School added yet another feather to the school’s cap by winning Jatin Bedi Memorial Football Tournament. The Jatin Bedi Memorial Football Tournament has grown into a large event in which large number of teams teams from across India compete.

Our team has defeated a very strong football team of Airforce Bal Bharti School and won the final match by 3-2 . The school team lifted the trophy and a cash prize of 1 lakh . Our School has won this tournament earlier in 2011and 2013 also.
Mukesh Kumar was selected as best player of the tournament and won a Hero motor bike. He is also selected for U-19 school India team and he will represent India in the Australia from 20th Nov – 30th Nov 2015.
We congratulate our team members and hope that they will keep bringing laurels to the school in the time to come.
To know how and why this event was started, click here
E- Club

CRPF Public School

DIWALI CELEBRATION - Special Assembly by Shaurya House


                                               SHAKTI HOUSE - III




Sixth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad - Solution Key

Dear All,
Mathematics, often called as language of nature has become an integral part of everyone’s life. In today's highly competitive world, one has to bear a lot of mental stress and also have to get involved in so many things in order to acquire knowledge. This is where co-scholastic activities play a very significant role. They provide the much needed exposure for a student.
CRPF Public School has fulfilled its motto of striving towards excellence by organizing and successfully completing its Fifth Intra School Mathematics Olympiad on 6 November 2015. Around 250 students enthusiastically participated in the Olympiad held in school premises.
Such Olympiads and events provide a great and extended platform for the students to nurture and showcase their ability and talent. It was a towering learning experience for the students of the school from class VI to XII. To encourage students, merit certificates will be given to those scoring at least 60% along with the normal prizes for the top scorers.
We hope that all the participating students must have done well in the exam. To access your performance, check out the solution keys of the question papers below:-
Question papers:-
Class VI      Class VII     Class VIII
Class IX      Class X        Class XI     Class XII
Solutions keys:-
Class VI      Class VII     Class VIII
Class IX      Class X        Class XI      Class XII
The result would be declared on 20 November 2015 and would be available here on the blog.
Wishing you all the best!!!

CRPF Public School, Rohini

Project : Once Upon a Time

It is very rightly said the whenever we read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light of wisdom & knowledge.Academic schedules, time table ; co-curricular routines fill up our daily regime but despite all that,listening to short stories has always been one of our favourite hobbies.To spur on this listening & speaking skill, the primary department of C.R.P.F. Public School, Rohini has initiated a project called ‘Once upon a time’. This project is a way to lend our ears to another's voice, another’s soul and slip into another’s skin.Under the guidance of our Vice Principal ma’am, Mrs. Uma Mudgal and the Co-ordinator Ma'am ,Mrs. Vandana Sehgal the idea of unfolding the lives of great personalities through short stories cropped up.When a teacher narrates a story & creates the world of imagination out of small, flat, rigid squares of paper, a new world unfolds that sings to the children and excites them to know more.This power of listening, discussing and reading more about it fuels the development of various aspects of a child. It’s importance cannot be overstated.Short stories from the lives of great scientists, sport personalities, freedom fighters, social activists will be taken up to stretch the imagination of our students & encourage them to reach out towards people who are quite different from their own.

Educational Trip to National Rail Museum

It was a day full of fun, learning and excitement when class III students went for a picnic to National Rail Museum on 9th October 2015. It was an enriching experience as the museum has a fascinating and exotic collection of over 100 real size exhibits of Indian Railways. The most exciting part was the Joy ride. Students cherished each and every moment of it.

To inculcate curiosity in students, all the class teachers gave a brief idea about the rail museum along with the printed material on the same. Also, to recollect and reinforce the facts, students were given a MCQ sheet the next day and it was discussed in the class.

Thus, we can surely say that the educational trip to National Rail Museum was enriching, refreshing and joyful.



MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT (International Mathematics Olympiad - Level 2)

                                        VOCAL DEPARTMENT

SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT (Inter House Competitions)


SCIENCE DEPARTMENT (National Science Olympiad - Level 2)

Teachers honored by Sanskrit Academy

Dear Reader,
We are feeling proud to share with all that following teachers are honored by Sanskrit Academy. 
1.     Dr. Vijay Singh
2.     Sh. Vinayak Hegde
3.     Sh. Amitosh Sharma
4.     Smt. Jutika Paladhi

Heartiest congratulations to all of them.


Workshop on Discipline for teachers

Dear Reader,
A special workshop for the teachers was conducted by Principal Ma’am Uma Mudgal. The topic was how to improve discipline in the school.
A questionnaire was also given to all the teachers to share their views, opinions and suggestions. It was a good learning experience for all the teachers.
CRPF Public School, Rohini

Janamashtmi celebrations

Dear Reader,
To celebrate the birthday of ‘makhan chor’, our dear Lord Krishna, a special assembly was held by Pre Primary children. Children came dressed up in traditional attire as Krishna, Radha  and his cohorts.
A handi was hung and children sang different songs based on the occasion. Their melodious renditions filled up the air. The dance performance by these little angels was a sight to behold.
CRPF Public School, Rohini

Independence Day celebrations and annual exhibition- Pre Primary Department

Dear Reader,
To celebrate the spirit of Independence , the children of Pre-Primary held a special assembly on its eve. Children came dressed up as characters portraying different freedom fighters and showcased their talent   by speaking about the character they were dressed up as. The choir sung by these little brave hearts reverberated the air with its melody. Afterwards they exhibited their skill of kite flying. On the  D day they had  put up a beautiful exhibition on the theme ‘ 3 R’s: Reduce, Recycle, Reuse’ dedicated to Mr. Nek Chand, the creator  of rock garden at Chandigarh.
It was a pleasure to see the ‘little hands at work’  under the  guidance of their teachers and  with the support of  the Principal ,Mrs.Uma Mudgal and Incharge  Ms. Hema Batra. They also presented a wonderful skit on what freedom means for them. The visiting officials were enthralled by their performance and the exhibitis on display and their  sincere and  generous  compliments were a morale  booster for both the students as well as teachers. To express their gratitude, the little ones presented few craft items prepared by them to  the Chief guest, the school manager DIG Ma’am Ms. Kulshrestha.

CRPF Public School, Rohini

Teacher Orientation Program held on 17 Sep 2015

Dear Reader,
In today’s changing scenario where the knowledge base is dynamic and continuously changing, it becomes imperative that parents, students and teachers are kept abreast with the latest developments in all the fields. Teacher orientation and workshops are held regularly at CRPF School, Rohini in order to help the teachers to brush up their teaching skills and enhancing their knowledge.
On 17 September 2015, various teachers of the school itself took workshops to address various issues related to teaching, learning, values, ICT, Discipline etc.

S. NO.
    Mrs. Uma Mudgal
i/c Principal           
POSCO ACT- PPT Presentation
Mrs. Beena Srikumar
Role of Examination
Dr. Anju Dwivedi
Mr. Surjan Singh
Transactional Analysis
Mrs. Meena Narang
Positive Thinking
Mr. Amit Bajaj
Role of ICT in Education
Mrs. Amarjit K. Sandhu
Effective Communication Skills
Dr. Vijay K. Singh           
p`BaavaI iSaxaNa p(ato 
Mrs. Vandana Sehgal   
How to make Discipline Effective in School?
Ms. Hema Batra
How  to make Children more friendly with teachers?

It was indeed a great learning experience for all the teachers.