Dussehra or Vijayadashami, marks the triumph of Rama over the ten headed demon king Ravana. The festival symbolises victory of good over evil, light over darkness and truth over lies.

To demonstrate these principles, a special assembly was organized with full zeal and enthusiasm. It was liked and appreciated by all.

Glimpses of felicitation programme held on 19 September 2022 of the students of classes X and XII who performed stupendously in the CBSE Board examinations (2021-22) by Sh. Kuldiep Singh, IPS Director General CRPF.


An occasion when we all gathered on the sprawling grounds, to interact with our alumnus, Mr Amit Kumar, passed out from the school in the year 1999 and brought honour as an IPS Officer 2015 batch.

When policing came calling, SP Amit Kumar left LA, won hearts of citizens in UP with impactful crackdowns

Coming from a family of uniform services, a calling for the Indian Police Services was so strong for the IPS officer Amit Kumar that he left his job at Los Angeles and moved back to India.

IPS officer Amit Kumar posted as SP Chandauli has been recently awarded the prestigious American International Association for Chiefs of Police (IACP) award among the 40 police officers at the international platform.

30th August,2022 class VII had a day full of interactive learning, as the session by Mahatattav Google India group took over the platform for an awakening session: BE INTERNET AWESOME.

This program is designed solely to educate today’s students on the skills they need to ensure digital safety. The curriculum of the program allows educators to access the latest tools and lessons necessary to keep students updated on digital safety and citizenship fundamentals in the classroom.

·        Share with Care

·        Don’t Fall for Fake

·        Secure Your Secrets

·        It’s Cool to Be Kind

·        When in Doubt, Talk It Out

The Be Internet Awesome curriculum is a collaboration between Google and the Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe.org).

Good (and bad) news travels fast online, and without some forethought, kids can find themselves in tricky situations that have lasting consequences. The session informed me about learning how to share with known and unknown people.

Students were made familiar that people and situations online aren’t always as seem. Discerning what’s real and what’s fake is a very real lesson in online safety.

Personal privacy and security are just as important online as they are offline. Safeguarding beneficial information helps students prevent damaging their devices, reputations, and connections. Students were motivated to speak out about any encounter of the digital kind, something questionable. Grown-ups can support this behaviour by fostering open communication at home and in the classroom.

Teachers impart not just education but also values. They are the backbones of our education system and supports the upbringing of numerous students. On the occasion of National Teacher’s Day, CRPF Public School, Rohini, honoured the hard work of it’s teachers and staff through a day of celebrations and blessings.

The celebrations began with a special assembly to take the blessings of almighty God, sharing words about this special day and the rhythm of classical dance made the environment vibrant. The special

Choir on the occasion brought a spiritual calmness for everyone present. The day ended with the token of honour for all the teachers of the school. Special distinction was made for the teachers who have been serving for the last 25 years and 15 years. In conclusion, peace, fun, and intellectual discussion, a perfect way to enjoy such an important day. Happy Teacher’s Day!


Nidhi Goswami and Royal Yadav of class 12 got Second Prize in Hindi Debate Competition at N.K. Bagrodia Public School, Rohini. Nidhi Goswami got best speaker prize too and received cash prize of 2100/-, trophy and a certificate.


 The mind acts like an enemy for those who do not control it.

 - Lord Krishna; Bhagwad Gita

Janmashtmi is celebrated as the natal day of Lord Krishna, one of the most powerful and famous reincarnations of Lord Vishnu in the Pantheon of Indian Gods.

To instill the values and teachings of Lord Krishna and to bring a festive fervour on the occasion, CRPF Public School organised an array of celebrations, programmes and activities, via the Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and Senior Secondary wings. The programmes and activities are enlisted below:

Krishna Janmashtami Utsav

Fancy Dress Show- Pre-primary and Kindergarten students dressed as Radha and Krishna

Significance of Janmashtami enacted and explained by tiny-tots

Krishna-Radha Raas Leela Song & Dance performance

Krishna- head gear making Competition, Poster Making, Handi & Flute decoration activity 

A scintillating morning assembly was presented which set the tone of the day right. The list of programmes is as under:

A Talk

Meera bhajan

Shrimadbhagwad Gita Saar-

Krishna Sandesham- a skit, where Krishna reappears in Modern times and shares his pearls of wisdom on the pros and cons of Social Media

Krishnalogy- a mesmerizing Dance Drama on the life and times of Nandalal

Thali and Kalash decoration workshop was also organised for class 8 students.

 Independence Day Celebration

 (75th Aazadi ka Amrit Mahotsav)

Date- 13 August 2022, Saturday

The morning today saw a rather vibrant horizon at the CRPF Public School, Rohini, as the school was filled with patriotic zest and fervor towards the noble initiative by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India. As India celebrates her 75th year of the historic Independence Day, this was a humble effort from the school’s Principal, Mrs. Nidhi Chaudhary, the esteemed staff and students of the institution.

Bearing in mind the rigorous surge towards the progressive vision of the school, all the performances, be it songs, dance or skits, each and every presentation covered the aspect of inducing the feeling of ‘Unity in Diversity’, celebrating and rejoicing in the inclusivity of our multifarious cultures, ethnicities, languages and religious identities. Recalling the vision of a secular, democratic India, the staff and students actively participated in flag-distribution, display and ensured safe and dignified up-keeping of the sacrosanct Tirangaa or the ‘Tricolour’, which is a towering marker of our identity as Indians, a symbol of pride and an unsurpassed metaphor for diversity.

The programmes began with an august gathering around the Tricolour, which was hosted by respected Principal madam, followed by singing of the National Anthem, National song and a Skit by the students of Secondary wing, which highlighted the sacrifices of the Freedom Fighters in the history of the Indian freedom struggle. These initial programmes were then followed by a delectable Lavani from Maharashtra, performed stupendously by the students of the Secondary and Senior Secondary wings. The entire set of programmes were presented meticulously on the dias by students of the Senior secondary wing. The Coordinator of the Primary wing of, Mrs. Vandana Sehgal addressed the students and appealed to their nationalistic spirit and urged them to take pride in being an Indian and emphasized on fulfilling one’s duty with responsibility. She made an appeal to all and sundry, recalling Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore’s iconic poem:

“Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high”

 A shout out the tiny tots from the Pre-primary and Primary Wings for the following events- Little patriots dressed in the vibrant colours of the nation-Saffron, White and Green presented poems instilling a sense of pride and patriotism in everyone, followed by a skit infused with the message of “Unity in Diversity” and recalling the value of our struggle for freedom. This was followed by a presentation of the ‘Fundamental Rights and Duties’ enshrined in our esteemed Constitution. A special speech was given on understanding and identifying the true essence of ‘Patriotism’, culminating in a musical rendition on songs infused with patriotic fervor by the Primary wing.   A special mention goes to the ever cheerful and super energetic Cultural department of the school, comprising namely of the Dance, Music (Vocal and Instrumental), Art and Craft and everyone concerned for the majestic array of events throughout the day.

The day culminated on a patriotic, lively and cheerful note, infused with the idea that “We are one, through thick and thin, united as Indians of an Independent world which our forefathers dreamt of”.