School today in no longer confined to class room instruction. We believe that school is about more than academic lessons and qualifications. Many of the most important lessons are those which students learn as part of team games, cross fertilizations of ideas, competitions and collaborative work.

To pave the way for such non-cognitive learning we organize a variety of competitions and cultural events which also support formal learning. A sense of belonging and loyalty are promoted in the students by dividing them into four different houses namely, Ganga, Chenab, Ravi & Chenab. Inter house competitions such as debate, recitation, fancy dress, group song, folk dance, rangoli, art and craft etc. provide learning experiences which enrich the educational and social development of the students.

Special morning assemblies arranged house wise on rotational basis is a forum for the students to address a large audience and express themselves. Every student is encouraged to participate indiscriminately with the intention of nurturing and developing inner talents. Conducting activity clubs allows the learners to pursue any interest of their choice.

Hand in hand with class-room education, such events provide the students with an chance to be part of a broad spectrum of activities which further the development of the “Complete Being”.

  • “The earth reveals its innocence through the smiles of children”

    Food fair with Fun games was organized to mark the birth anniversary of first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru celebrated as Children’s Day. The Fete was organized at DPS Civil Lines Aligarh premises on 14th November, Monday to celebrate Children’s Day. The fete began at 9:30 a.m. and continued till 2:30 p.m. The programme began with lighting of the lamp and garlanding the photo of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru by Mrs. Rajani Singh, principal DPS CL Aligarh. The Food Fair was inaugurated by Mr. Swapnil Jain, Pro Vice Chairman, DPS Civil Lines Aligarh Thereafter Celebrations began with a prayer service and greeting song presented by teachers. After the Formal declaration of Fun , Frolic Food Fair by the Principal the school premises were abuzz with activities.

    Various stalls of food items and fun games were put up by enthusiastic students of different Houses. The fun fete had more than 21 beautifully decorated stalls of food and games. It was a festive atmosphere with children accompanied by their parents, articipating in various activities.

    Talent is a skill that someone has to do something very well that people usually like. It is an ability that someone is born with. Talents may be entertaining, beautiful or impressive for different reasons. The fete also featured Talent Show for parents along with their wards comprising Dance Competition and Karaoke Singing Competition.

    There were just a few of the efforts being undertaken by the school under Wall of Kindness to render some help to those in need, demonstrating that bringing up children with strong morals and values is as important a part of education as the content of their textbooks..

    An array of stalls with mouth-watering food items like ice cream, momos, noodles, pastries, cakes, pizzas, burgers, cold drink, idli sambar and exciting games like throwing ring, spinning the wheel, breaking the pyramid, other entertainment programmes and surprising gifts were the main attraction of the fete.

  • RUN FOR UNITY 2022-23
  • “Manpower without unity is not a strength unless it is harmonized and united properly, then it becomes a spiritual power."- Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

    Delhi Public School Civil Lines, Aligarh, organised “Run For Unity” on 31 October 2022 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the first Home Minister and the ‘Iron Man’ of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Hundreds of students and several teaching and non-teaching staff of the School enthusiastically participated in it.

    The event started at 7 AM with an address by the school Principal, Ms. Rajani Singh. In her short speech, She remembered Sardar Patel’s legacy and commended his tenuous efforts in integrating over 565 princely states into the Union of India with his astute administrative abilities and iron will. She remarked that Sardar Patel was one of the founding fathers of India who was solely responsible for the unification of Modern India that earns him the title, the ‘Bismarck of India’. She reiterated that the young citizens and the staff of the School must ensure that the unity of the nation remains intact at all cost. Furthermore, she promised that School will organise several programmes every year to mark his legacy. Later, Students administered by principal DPS Civil Lines took the pledge to protect the integrity of India under “Rashtriya Ekta Diwas”.

    After the pledge, the unity march proceeded from school ground to school pathways, filling the air in school with fervour, pride and joy of togetherness.

  • An Inter house Character depiction competition was held for classes 3 to 5. Theme was (legends/Mythological). Students were dressed in flamboyant attires. They spell bound the audience with their innocence and confidence. All the participants performed with enthusiasm and zeal. Each child had a prop and enacted the character. Lot of creativity was displayed by the participants. Participants were appreciated by Honorable Principal madam for their beautiful presentation.

    An inter house Hindi kavi sammelan was held for classes 6 to 8 in which students recited hilarious poems on various social topics like price rise corruption politics. The winners were judged based on parameters like creativity, comic elements, time length of the poem presentation skill etc. With the lot of amusement students forfeited a social message for the audience.All the participants were appreciated by the honorable Principal Madam for presenting the poems confidently.

    Result - Kavi Sammelan, Character Depiction
  • “Delibereation and debate is the way we stir the soul of our democracy.”

    An Inter-School Debate Competition was held at Delhi Public School Civil Lines, Aligarh on 19th October, 2022 in collaboration with Hubs of Learning. Students from Ankur Public School, Brij Bharti School, Blue Bird Senior Secondary school, Brilliant Public School, DKSM Sr Secondary School and Delhi Public School Civil Lines took part in the competition taking the topic as “Modern thinking of youth is a challenge to preserve Indian Value System”. Debate is one the academic activities that give participants a creative room to express what they feel, and the 12 participants did it really well.

    Program had some soul enthralling dance and song presentations. Dr Neeta, Head of the English Dept., SV Degree College, Aligarh and Dr Mamta Srivastava Asst Professor Shri Tikaram Kanya Mahavidhyala were the esteemed judges for the event. Delhi Public School Civil Lines stood first in the competition followed by Brilliant Public School and Blue Bird Sr Sec School as second and third respectively. Dignified judges and Respected Madam Principal Ms Rajani Singh appreciated the efforts of the students and shared their inputs on the topic of debate. The program concluded with national anthem.

  • A special assembly was conducted in the School ground by Chenab House on the topic of the festival of lights - Diwali. The objective of the assembly was to make the students aware of this festival - why and how it is celebrated. The assembly commenced with prayer, its meaning, thought, news update, group song, solo performance and group dance on foot tapping number.

    The students heralded the festival of lights, Diwali, by presenting a cultural extravaganza with a lot of joy and enthusiasm whereinthe whole school set in the mood of festivity by invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesh, Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ram.A mesmerising song was presented by the students. The informative speech motivated the students to celebrate clean and eco-friendly Diwali.The Poem Presented by student depicted glimpses of Ramayana

    A captivating dance performance was the bonus bonanza of the day. The School Principal, Mrs Rajani Singh with her wordsof wisdom,wished all the students a very happy and a prosperous Diwali.

  • “The only source of knowledge is experience”

    Little hands and imaginative minds came together in a creative burst of energy during the Intra Class Competition held at Delhi Public School Civil Lines, Aligarh on 27 th July, 2022. School always wants students to have experience of variety of co-curricular activities to give them an experience, a learning to think out of Box and therefore exhibit their uniqueness through participation. Classes PG-II had drawing and colouring competition, competitions like wall hanging making for classes III-V, collage making for VI-VIII, mental ability test for classes IX-X and English Extempore for classes XI-XII were conducted.

    These activities helped to enhance the creativity and presentation skills of the students. They prepared creative and innovative art items from different materials. Best of the art forms were displayed in classes and at class soft boards. Ms Rajani Singh, Principal DPS Civil Lines met students and appreciated their efforts.

  • At Delhi Public School Civil Lines, Aligarh we believe that every child possesses some unique talent, which has to be identified, instilled and fostered from a very tender age for the fast-paced competitive world.  And so, in order to nurture and encourage these young ingenious minds with the power of skills, class  competitions were held for Classes Playgroup to X and XII students on 11.05.22. Students proficiently exhibited their innate talent and ability in a creative and fun way.

    The kids displayed a great sense of mindfulness infused with their creativity of mind and thus amazed the judges to the best of their efforts. “World Family Day” celebrated on 15th May  was kept as the theme for the students of class playgroup to V for making cards, whereas class VI to VIII were involved in making best out of waste, students of class XI and X displayed their flair in Calligraphy and students of class XII participated in Declamation competition and presented their strong opinions on The Family Traditions Are Important. The competitions for the day ended but still many more are left for the students to showcase their skills. We believe that at the end students should take chances, make mistakes, And that’s how they will learn and grow.

  • DPS CL organized a special assembly on 25 th August 2022 to acknowledge the students and teachers who extended their hands to support Helpage India – an organization that focuses to work for the cause and care of disadvantaged older persons and to improve their quality of life. The assembly was conducted by the students of class X-B.

    The compering of the assembly was done by Areeba Sultan. The school choir led the gathering to start the day in a prayerful manner by singing a prayer song. Alish Sharma shared the thought of the day and encouraged students to respect the elders especially old age people. Mohd Ayan made students familiar with the happening of the world by news updates. As mentioned, the assembly was conducted to felicitate the students and teachers who collected money from the neighborhood to support Helpage India. Mr. Pankaj Sinha, the Deputy Director of Helpage India and Mrs. Rajani Singh, the Principal of the school honoured the contributors. Manogya of IX-C was honoured at first place for the collection, Siddharth Cilson of XII-A was acknowledged at second place for the collection and Ezaan Jameel of VIII-C was complimented at third place for the collection. Daniyal Rafe of class III-C, Krishang Agarwal of V-B and Devansh Dohre of class V-B were also appreciated for their generous donation. Ms Rajani Gupta, the class teacher of class XII-A and Ms Rukhsar Naqvi class teacher of class V-B were also felicitated to encourage students and get the maximum collection from their resp. classes.

    Mrs Rajani Singh, the Principal of the school thanked Helpage India to work with this noble vision. She appreciated the students also for upstanding for the concern. She encouraged each and every person to always come forward and take it as an ethical duty to work for the mankind by helping others as serving people means serving God.

  • “Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna, one of the most powerful and famous reincarnations of Lord Vishnu”

    On August 18, 2022, DPS Civil Lines organized the special celebration of Janmashtami, which turned up to be a grand one, where students presented songs, dance performances, played flute and enjoyed thoroughly. The students dressed up as lord Krishna and Radha, with flutes, peacock feathers and matkas. The premise was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was high, owing to the absolutely zealous participation of its students from junior wing. The DPS CL took the opportunity to both jubilate and learn with the various planned class activities conducted in the classes.

    The Principal of the school, blessed all the students on this auspicious day and gave them the message as always, looking ahead instead of reminiscing in the past. She also advised students to spread love and live in the moment wholeheartedly. Her words truly summed up the efficacy of celebrating festival of devotion and obedience towards their elders.

  • The primary wing of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh celebrated Raksha Bandhan and Independence Day with full zeal and endeavour that one associates with this auspicious festival. The main objective behind celebrating ‘Raksha Bandhan’ was making the children aware about the virtuous bond of love between a brother and a sister which is one of the deepest and noblest of all human emotions. The tiny tots, in traditional attire, enthusiastically participated in singing and dance activities. The narrators, dancers, singers, performed to their best of abilities. The vibrant, colourful attires and innocent smiles brightened the ambience and lifted the spirit. A special dance performance on the occasion of Independence day filled the hearts with the feeling of patriotism where the whole crowd of students was repeating 'India Wale'.

    The Principal Ms. Rajani Singh appreciated the efforts of the children and staff members.

  • “Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments”

    The Eat Right India movement is an initiative of the Government of India and the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to transform the country's food system in order to ensure safe, healthy and sustainable food for all Indians.

    “You don’t have to eat less; you just have to eat right.”

    A Special Assembly on EAT RIGHT INDIA was conducted on DPS Civil Lines students from different standards presented thought, poem, speech and facts followed by an act related to Eat Right India. The thought provoking act about the importance of Eating healthy food was appreciated by all. It was in the form of a conversation between junk food and healthy food. Based on the theme a Quiz was also conducted during the assembly. Students were very excited and took part enthusiastically. Honourable Vice Principal Sir shared his views and gave a message to all the students about the benefits of eating healthy food.

  • “Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun"

    An Inter -house decoupage competition was conducted in the premises of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh on Friday, 22nd July 2022 in which students of all four house namely Ganga, Chenab, Jhelum and Ravi gave hands-on experience to go beyond their horizons to explore and to create something new.

    Mrs. Rajani Singh, the Principal of DPS Civil Lines said that the main objective of this competition was to cherish and value the importance of creativity in the students and hence their hidden skills through it.

    Classes III to V had taken part with great passion and vigour to learn skills, gain insights and experiences to help them grow and excel in their lives. The students came up with beautiful creations in the form of card, flower vase, wall hangings etc and were appreciated for their creativity and the enthusiastic attitude presented by the students throughout the competition.

    Following was the result

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  • “Save trees, Save Earth, we are the guardians of nature’s birth”

    People should be made aware about the conservation and protection of forest and planting more number of trees. With this motive on 7 th July 2022, Delhi Public School Civil lines conducted a special morning assembly on Van Mahotsav to sensitize every child and let them understand and feel the worth of trees. The assembly commenced with an informational speech by the student of DPS Civil Lines marking every little benefit we get from trees so as to make all aware and step ahead to work for Earth’s betterment. The students came up with different poems on the theme “Van Mahotsav” and recited them with great fondness and zeal for the beloved mother nature. They enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions, rhythm and music of words.

    Together with this the school also organised the plantation drive and all the students together with respected Principal of DPS Civil Lines planted saplings for safeguarding the nature and life on Earth.

    The event ended with beautiful words of the principal of DPS Civil Lines and filled the students with sensitivity and enthusiasm to work for nature.

  • “A father is someone you look up to no matter how old you grow”

    Delhi Public School Civil Lines organized Online Gift Making, Video Photo Album and Lovely Card Making Competition for students of classes VI to VIII on the occasion of Father's Day (June 19).

    To salute Father's hard work, dedication and unconditional love, the students reflected the emotions, showed imagination and opened their creative corners from their hearts to create lovely gifts, cards, photo collages and videos for their dearest father.

    Students showed their creativity by creating beautiful gifts, home decor items and wall hangings to gift their fathers on Father's Day. The Principal, Mrs Rajni Singh appreciated the efforts of the  showcasing the love for the beloved fathers.

  • “Every experience is an opportunity to learn and grow.”

    The World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5th June to raise awareness globally to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet Earth. It is a day that reminds everyone on the planet to get involved in environment friendly activities. Keeping this aim in view, DPS Civil Lines Aligarh celebrated World Environment Day on 5th June 2022.

    Various activities were planned and organized for creating awareness for the environment among the students from classes Nursery to Vth.

    Students participated in different activities like -:

    Pre Primary students collected waste things from their home/ kitchen garden and pasted dry leaves, twigs etc. They learnt to take care of the plants by watering them daily.

    For classes III to V, the activities were- Making Bird Feeder hangings, Making Seed Jar, growing and taking care of plants, leaf painting.

    The Principal, Mrs. Rajani Singh said, "World Environment Day reminds our commitment to take best care of our mother Earth. This day is observed to sensitise our students towards the nature and to work for its protection. We all should Save Our Mother Planet Earth".

    All the students participated with full energy and enthusiasm, they came up with different ideas of using waste materials, like plastic, used papers and other materials while doing these activities.

  • SUMMER CAMP 2022-23
  • “Summer is filled with breaking rules & standing apart, ignoring your head and following your heart.”

    This year in 2022-2023, our children got an opportunity to join Summer Camp – The Quest in Pavna International School.

    The Quest aimed at keeping the students engaged & provided them an even platform to explore and express their creativity, in any form. They not only made memories while having fun but they were able to face their fears, try new things, pushed their boundaries and realized self-sufficiency. They were able to make new friends amidst lot of laughs & learnt team spirit.

    Every activity worth doing has a learning curve.

    Following were the activities taken up by the students in the camp under professional guidance and experts in the respective fields :

    1. Sculpture making: Students tried their hands on it and learnt the basics of sculpting

    2. Cooking without fire: Everyone can cook and without fire is a boon for kids. Kids enjoyed making different dishes.

    3. Industrial designing: Students learnt the use of machine on rough surface of wood, to make it soft. They learnt to cut wood with jigsaw machine.

    4. School tour: Students took a tour and enjoyed the breathtaking view of the premises.

    5. Dance: Students love dancing and enjoyed a bit more.

    6. Drama: Students were informed about the basics and explained about the perspective of doing or watching or creating drama.

    7. Team building activity: Team-building games and activities are a fun way to help students learn to work together, listen carefully, communicate clearly, and think creatively. They also give students the chance to get to know each other, build trust as a community and, best of all, have fun!

    All the activities were taken up by the students, diligently and zealously. Not only they had fun but also they were exposed to different concepts, which would help each kid for an overall development of their personality.

  • “Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words”

    Understanding poems makes a child sensitive and writing them makes him creative. Also students build confidence as they learn to speak more accurately and persuasively about any piece of writing. With this view an Inter house Poem Recitation Competition was organized at DPS CIVIL LINES ALIGARH for classes III to V on 6 th May 2022. The students came up with different poems on the theme “My Mother” and recited them with great fondness and zeal for the beloved mothers. They enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions, rhythm and music of words.

    Together with this the school also organised food without fire competition for senior students which was named as ‘Kuch meetha ho jaye’ The event gave a platform to the students to demonstrate their culinary knowledge and skills related to developing and following a recipe, preparation of a dish, and displaying the dish. Participants infused lots of creativity and served delicious eatables to enhance the taste buds. Here the participant had to prepare an eatable without using the fire. So the participants served plates of kaju kikatli, laddoo, barfi and many more.

    Also today our sports department is organized Chess tournament for the students for classes 6 to 8. Here the participants of different houses compete with each other. All these events ended with beautiful words of the principal of DPS Civil Lines and filled the students with confidence and enthusiasm.





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  • Delhi Public School Civil Lines organized a special assembly on 6 th May 2022 in the school. It was conducted by Ganga Hous to celebrate World Red Cross Day and Mother’s Day.

    Mrs Rajani Singh, the Principal of the school started the assembly by praying for the gathering and the two special events being celebrated. It was followed by the prayer song by the school choir. Raunak Gupta of class 9-D shared the thought of the day and Himank Bhardwaj familiarized with the illuminating facts about the events. To make students aware of the significance of the occasions speeches were delivered by the students. Nicky Chaudhary of 12- B told about World Red Cross Day and AsmiAgarwal of 10-C told about Mother’s Day. A beautiful poem on mothers was also recited by ManyaVerma of class 12-C. The most interesting part of the assembly was the song presentation which captivated everyone’s heart. The dance presentation also got attention of the audience. Both the song and the dance presentations were dedicated to the mothers for their unconditional love.

    Mr Sharad Agrawal, the Vice-Principal of the school, talked to the students and instilled in them the values one should have for the society. He also told how important mothers are in anyone’s life and this motherhood cannot be replaced with anything else.

    Finally, the assembly was concluded with the national anthem.

  • World Earth day is celebrated on 22th April each year in our school to spread awareness about conserving earth, but this year the assembly was made more special by the presence of some of the eminent guests from Forest Department of Aligarh. IFS Mrs Aditi Sharma, Conservator of Forest (Aligarh) was present as the chief guest for the event along with her, Divisional Forest Officer Mr Diwakar Vashishtha, Principal and Vice Principal DPS Civil lines, also made the event even more special with their presence. The program started at 7:20 am with a formal welcome of guests by the students, followed by it a prayer gave the program a start. Soon after prayer the commander of the ship, the illuminator and motivator, the head of the school madam principal gave her speech in which she addressed how we should conserve our earth and mother nature. She also said that we should try to implement the rule of 3 R’s, that is re-use, re-cycle and reduce. She also gave instances from Bhagavat Geeta and elaborated VandeMataram in terms of nature. The program further had a impactful thought on the importance of understanding the value of our mother earth and utilizing it’s resources carefully. A melodious group song presentation was there in the sequence next, which was followed by the certificate and trophy distribution to the winners of the inter house competitions held on 19th and 20th April on the theme World’s Earth Day which were held in collaboration with Forest department of Aligarh. After this the chief guest was invited to encourage students with her words, she appreciated the program and the thoughts presented on the stage and added that it’s the responsibility of the future generations to understand the part they have to play in maintaining the Earth as it is. Students and teachers took pledge under her guidance where all vowed to stop use of single use plastic and carrying their own cloth bags wherever possible. A band presentation and a tree plantation drive went hand in hand, and became the highlight of the event where students collected the plants from the dignitaries and made a huge tree on the ground which was recorded by drone cameras. The program ended at sharp 8:30am, after which the guests were taken to principal’s office where they had refreshments and filled their experience in school’s visitors diary. The program was made possible by the great enthusiasm and co-operation of teachers and students. Teachers and students also took the initiative to plant and water trees of our school and locality and distributed around 500 plants to a number of volunteers from class VI to XII.

    At last we are thankful to principal ma’am for her guidance and knowledge because of which the event became the new talk of the town.

  • “Vaccination Drive For Teens”

    Inoculation of children against Covid-19 in the 12-15 age group has begun from 12th April, 2022 where in, Biological E's Corbevax is being administered to 12-15 years age-group. Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh organised the Covid Vaccination for children in the age group of 12 -15 years and also, second dose for the children, aged 15 - 18 years.

    School Principal Mrs. Rajani Singh said, our school welcomes the immunization drive, this will secure the campus amid the pandemic and protect students against COVID-19, eventually helping secure physical classes.

  • "The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing"

    "We are meant to keep focused for new life, for new beginnings, for new experiences, and to use our abilities to move beyond all those things that may serve as excuses to confine us to the now."

    The new session of Delhi Public School commenced on 4 th April 2022 with the prayer by Principal ma’am, offering prayers to the Almighty. Teachers extended their greetings to the students on the beginning of the new session with a dance performance by a teacher and mellifluous song sung by group of teachers with a message that they shine like sun and spread the light of hope in the world.

    The thought shared by the teachers motivated the students to participate actively in school life, inculcate values, responsibility, care, consideration for others and and have a team spirit. Madam Principal with her words of wisdom motivated the students to work hard to accomplish their goals in life. She stressed on the point that success is never ending and failure is never final.

    Students were indeed rejuvenated and enthused to see the affection of the teachers towards them. It was surely a significant and meaningful assembly.

  • Christmas waves a magic wand over the world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.

    Christmas is the time to give and forgive. Christmas is the festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. The much awaited festival of Christmas was celebrated with fervour and zeal by Ravi House on 23rd December, 2021.

    The students of Ravi house presented a thought provoking skit which emphasized that Christmas was more than just Santa, cards, toys or gifts under the Christmas tree. The students enthusiastically participated and enacted the roles and a group of girls presented dance as interludes.

    The children were filled with joy and excitement as Santa came dancing to the tune of Jingle Bells. The sound of carols, the joy in the atmosphere filled up the surrounding and made the Christmas Assembly more effervescent.

    The Principal, and the Vice Principal of the school wished the children and Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year along with the message of sharing and caring.

  • Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of our nation and the citizens of tomorrow. -Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru.

    “We were all children once. We all share the desire for the wellbeing of our children, which has always been and will continue to be the most universally cherished aspiration of humankind.” A day marking childhood- Children’s day celebrations focus on children and their enjoyment. The day is celebrated to pay tribute to the legendary freedom fighter, popularly known as Chacha Nehru’..

    The occasion is celebrated every year with grand splendor and fiesta at DPS Civil Lines Aligarh. On Saturday, 13th November 2021, a Special Assembly was conducted for children with an endearing presentation by the teachers.

    The Children’s Day celebration began with a light-hearted assembly on 13th November, dedicated to the students by their teachers. The Vice Principal Mr. SHARAD AGARWAL addressed the children and shared words of wisdom. An introduction about Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru set off the proceedings followed by a power packed performance by the teachers, which included the recitation of poems, singing and dancing.

    The campus was buzzing with excitement and joy as it was a day wherein fun and frolic dominated. There was excitement in the air and the little ones left the school with a bag full of stories about their special day at school. The celebrations came to an end with a friendly cricket match between teachers and students as a small token of love and affection by the school.

  • The genuine smile comes from the heart but a healthy smile needs good dental care.

    The department of *Pediatric and Preventive Dentistry, ZADC AMU* took the initiative to conduct an Inter-school Virtual Competition on the topic Dental Health Awareness. In this regard, students of DPS Civil Lines from classes I to VIII participated in various competitions on 10th and 11th November, 2021.

    Competitions were conducted in 3 categories:

    • Classes I to III-Colouring/drawing/painting/sketching.
    • Classes IV to VI- Essay Writing competition.
    • Classes VII & VIII- Virtual speech.

    The students participated with full zeal and enthusiasm.

    Moreover an online session was provided to the students and parents to discuss the daily dental issues and other oral hygiene related problems. The session was quite interactive and the dental team took this great initiative to solve the queries of the students.

    Mrs. Rajani Singh, the Principal of DPS Civil Lines, thanked the department of Pediatric and Preventive Dentistry, ZADC AMU for rendering the session and for providing education on oral health in school.

  • Hindi is the base language to bring unity in diversity.

    Being one of the most diverse nations in the world, India is a place of many languages. Among all the languages, Hindi is considered the chief and elderly spoken language in India.

    Hindi got an exalted status in India on September 14, 1949, when it was adopted as the official language of the country.

    ‘Hindi Diwas’ was celebrated on 14 September 2021 in the beautiful premises of DPS Civil Lines. A special assembly was conducted to pay tribute to the official language of India. The assembly was hosted by the students of class IX.

    Himani of class IX did the compering of the assembly. Krishna shared the thought of the day followed by a speech by Shrija. The speech made the assembly aware of the significance of the Hindi language and its inclusion in the Constitution of India as the official language. Akshita recited a beautiful poem on the theme in a very marvellous way. Kaina asked a few questions in the quiz session to familiarize students with many facts of the language.

    Mrs. Rajani Singh, the Principal of the school, enlightened the audience that Hindi is the language of our identity. She told that the language helps us to express our feelings and thoughts in an efficient way. In the concluding lines of her speech madam urged audience to uphold the language as it preserves the cultural heritage of the country. Finally, the new appointed staff was also introduced to the school by honourable principal.

    The assembly concluded by singing the national anthem which was sung with great zeal.

  • On 2nd October, India celebrates Gandhi and Shastri Jayanti, the birth anniversary of both the great leaders. Mahatma Gandhi always emphasized on truth, non-violence, humility and compassion as inalienable virtues of humans. The Principal of DPS Civil Lines Ms.Rajani Singh addressed the students and urged the students to follow Gandhi ji’s principles of honesty, truth and hard work.

    The members of student council garlanded portrait of Gandhiji and LB Shastri and paid floral tributes.

    Tiny Tots of DPS Civil lines were taught about the key lessons and values that both the great leaders left behind as their legacy. They also learnt making posters, Charkhas and greeting cards.

  • Two competitions were organized on 10 September 2021 in DPS Civil Lines, Aligarh. These competitions were the parts of Inter-House Competitions for the year 2021-22. Both the competitions were organized in the school premises on the offline/online mode. Participants of all the Houses namely Chenab, Ganga, Jhelum and Ravi enthusiastically displayed their talents in different events.

    Poem Recitation Competition was for the students of classes III to V for Group-A category to develop love for poetry and fluency in speaking. Ms. Ankur Pathak & Ms. Farah Tasneem the Senior Mistress of Primary Wing was the judge of Poem Recitation Competition wherein participants were judged on the basis of presentation and memory. Syed Ashar of Ganga House secured Ist Position, Aradhya Sharma of Jhelum House secured IInd Position and Sulangna Pathak of Ravi House secured the IIIrd Position.

    Salad Making Competition was for the students of IX to XII for Group-C category to inculcate health food habits. Mr. Sharad Agarwal, the Vice Principal and Ms. Hemleena Panwar, the Senior Mistress of the school were the judge for the Salad Making Competition wherein students were judged on the criteria like cleanliness, safety, taste and presentation. Harshit Kumar Singh of Chenab House got Ist Position, Krishna Kumar Varshney of Ravi House got IInd Position and Vrinda Varshney of Jhelum House got IIIrd Position.

    Mrs. Rajani Singh, the Principal congratulated the participants showcasing their talents and encouraged them to excel in various fields of life.

  • Teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges.

    The parents are first teacher’s and teachers are second parents’ who shape the future of students. So for to show gratitude towards the teacher’s efforts and guidance as a mentor, students feel that it’s an opportunity to express their love towards teacher’s efforts so they celebrate teacher’s day every year.

    This year also, for making the teachers feel special, the students of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh decided to celebrate Teacher’s day. As to go on with the current pandemic situation, the Teachers Day celebration was done off line and in a virtual mode as well.

    Teacher’s Day was celebrated with zeal and zest on September 3, 2021. There was an unusual excitement in the school atmosphere which was quite contagious.

    An special assembly was held in which the teachers paid tribute to mark the birthday of former President, scholar, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna recipient,Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

    The Principal, Mrs. Rajani Singh, lauded the entire staff for their exemplary contribution to the school’s phenomenal success. The Principal appreciated the sincerest efforts of the teachers in playing a catalytic role in the holistic development of every student. Addressing the teachers on the occasion, she extolled the role of teachers in a student’s life. She further added that “Teaching is not a profession, a way of life” and asked teachers to understand changes happening across the world so that they can prepare the new generation to face them. In fact, it is a divine responsibility to guide and enlighten. She also said that India should regain the status of ‘Vishwaguru’ (leader in education) by giving high respect to teachers whom she asked to encourage students to think critically about issues concerning the nation. “Teachers determination and sincerity will shape the destiny of the nation as they are laying the foundation and the building blocks of the society”.

    A grand lunch was a part of the celebration. Thus, the entire celebration paved a new hope for teachers to rejoice the journey as a teacher. The crux of the programme was ‘Celebrating Teachers on the Teacher’s Day…’

  • The Mother’s heart is the child’s schoolroom

    Mother’s day is observed on the second Sunday of May every year. It is a time to honour mothers, grandmothers, great grandmothers for their contribution for their family and society.

    A mother’s contribution in a child’s life cannot be measured or quantified. It can only be felt. To celebrate the unrequited love and support of a mother, DPS Civil Lines Aligarh conducted a virtual special assembly on “Mother’s Day”. The students of class Playgroup to class II showed their love and affection to their mothers through various heartfelt thoughts, interesting facts and presenting different rhymes and soulful songs. It was the moment to reminiscence the love of the mother.

    The young enthusiastic learners also participated in card making activity with great interest and enthusiasm. They made the cards with heart-touching messages.

    The principal blessed them with the happy, prosperous and long life.

  • It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. – Charles Darwin

    In accordance with the above thought, Delhi Public School, Civil Lines, Aligarh in collaboration with Institute for Career Studies has organized an On-line Counselling Session for the students and parents of Classes X and XII on 17th February 2021. The session was organized with a view that students must be clear with the questions flashing before them related to their future and career.

    The resource person and an eminent counsellor, Ms Anuja Kumar, apprised the students about the undergraduate opportunities, challenges and approaches to achieve success in the post- Covid world. Advising the students to believe in their fortes and follow their passion, Ms Kumar threw light on the various skills required for pursuing a particular career and accentuated that a consolidation of such skill-sets is essential for the attainment of success. He expounded that it has become imperative to adapt to the new normal by cultivating skills such as creative and critical thinking, digital literacy, problem solving skills, time management and mental wellness to thrive in these challenging times. The session witnessed enthusiastic participation of the students and facilitated them to broaden their horizon and evaluate their interests and abilities. While addressing the queries of the youngsters, the resource person also counselled them to withstand the crisis by being optimistic and resilient. The resource person also asked students to download the application named ‘ICS Career GPS’ from google play store to further clear their doubts.At the end students were also given time to raise their queries and clear their doubts.

    Reiterating the pertinence of such insightful sessions in the wake of the pandemic, the Principal, Mrs Rajani Singh, thanked the resource person for the informative counseling session and encouraged the students to develop skills for achieving success.

  • Freedom in mind, strength in words, purity in our blood, pride in our souls, enthusiasm in our hearts, let’s salute our India on Republic Day.

    DPS Civil Lines Aligarh celebrated India’s 72th Republic Day with great pomp and fervor. Teachees took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity. The program began with the hoisting of the national flag at 10:00 am by Mrs. Rajani Singh, our honorable Principal, DPS CL Aligarh. All saluted the flag and pledged to uphold the honor and integrity of the country.

    The welcome address was delivered by Ms. Riddhima Arora, Mrs. Rashmi Vashistha enlivened the stage with her passion and love of the motherland through her poetry, followed by a melodious song performed by the teachers. Mr. Amit Paul took up the duty by gracing the day with his amazing compering.

    Respected Principal Mrs. Rajani Singh addressed the staff as nothing can beat the enthusiasm of patriotism and urged them to do their best, let us promise our motherland that we will do all we can, to enrich and preserve our heritage and our national ethos, to follow the vision of a superior India. Feel proud to be Indians but keep in mind all Covid precautions.

    As a part of Road Safety Month from 18th January 2021 to 17th February 2021 , Oath taking ceremony was also observed on this day in which the Principal administered an oath to everyone for the Road safety and security of our own countrymen.

    The school campus reverberated with patriotic fervor and enthusiasm by our school song. We all dispersed with the image of the fluttering tricolor in our mind and heart. May we continue celebrating this day forever!

  • The year-long celebration of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary is scheduled to be culminated on 2nd October 2020 and witnessed an array of cultural and educational programmes organised in honour of the Father of the Nation- Mahatma Gandhi.

    Being the lead collaborator school of Hubs of Learning, Delhi Public School Civil lines Aligarh organised an “Online Inter- School Solo Bhajan Singing Competition 2020-21” on this occasion of Culmination of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd October, 2020 for the students.

    The competition was judged by Ms. Meenakshi Nagpal-Director Sangeetika Sangeet and Nritya Kala Kendra, Honoured as Aligarh Idol, Masters in Music Kathak and English, Semi finalist of first season of SA RE GA MA PA and Dr Seema Agrawal – Associate Professor at Tikaram Girls Degree College Aligarh, Music Vocal, Classical performer at Yuvvani Akashvani, her songs and ghazals are available on YouTube channel too.

    Result of Online Inter DPS Solo Bhajan Singing Competition was as under: Ms. Meenakshi Nagpal– Director Sangeetika Sangeet and Nritya Kala Kendra, Honoured as Aligarh Idol, Masters in Music Kathak and English, Semi finalist of first season of SA RE GA MA PA.

    Dr Seema Agrawal – Associate Professor at Tikaram Girls Degree College Aligarh, Music Vocal Classical performer at Yuvvani Akashvani, her songs and ghazals are available on YouTube channel too.


    Winners of Classes 6-8



  • Online Special Assembly To 74th INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020-21
  • Freedom in the Mind, Faith in the words, Pride in our souls… Let’s salute the nation on this auspicious day..

    DPS Civil Lines Aligarh conducted an online special assembly to celebrate the 74th Independence Day for classes Play Group to XII. To make the children more aware of the innumerable sacrifices made by our great leaders. The students were dressed up beautifully as great freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subash Chandra Bose etc. The students sang patriotic songs and also presented beautiful performances glorifying our independence.

    In classes Play Group to II different activities like Tri colour flag making, Tri colour wall hanging with ice-cream sticks and Tri colour paper caps were conducted. The students of classes Play Group to XII celebrated this day well and presented their love and respect for the nation. They recited beautiful poems, delivered speeches to throw light on the importance of this day. They also presented melodious songs to show the unity of being Indians.

  • The pen is mightier than the sword.

    Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan and Gandagi Mukt Bharat are the clarion call by the Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji for a strong, vibrant and self-reliant India.

    • An online Painting competition (in classes VI to VIII) and an Essay competition (in classes IX to XII) on the theme of ‘Gandagi Mukt Mera Gaon’ were organized on 13th August, 2020.With this students of classes IX to XII also participated in the Aatmanirbhar Bharat online English and Hindi Essay writing Competition.
    • These competitions were the part of Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan and Gandagi Mukt Bharat. The theme envisioned the emergence of a robust and strong nation committed to the welfare of all.
    • Children participated earnestly in the competition.
  • The students of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh celebrated Janmashtami with mirth and joy on 10th August 2020. The students of Nursery were traditionally dressed where the girls were decked up as Radha and the boys as Sri Krishna.

    • A splendidly colorful online special assembly was organized by the children and staff of the school. An awareness on Janmashtami, the mythological stories on Krishna, Radha, Kans through plays and narrations; were presented to the children.
    • The Principal of the school blessed all the students on this auspicious day and gave them the message as always, looking ahead instead of reminiscing in the past. Her words truly summed up the efficacy of celebrating festivals of devotion and obedience towards their parents and teachers.
  • The Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation (DDWS), Ministry of Jal Shakti has established a State of-art Rashtriya Swachhata Kendra (RSK) at New Delhi. The Principal, teaching staff and students of Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh enthusiastically participated in the inaugural event of RSK.The students were elated after watching this spectacular event.

    • The students took keen interest in the guidelines given by the Prime Minister Shree Narendra Modiji in his speech.
    • Our students surely will be participating in the planned weekly activities that are scheduled from 8th to 15th Aug., 2020. We are proud to be a part of this grand event. We are hereby enclosing the photographs sent by the students and teachers.
  • To sensitize our young children towards the pollution and to ponder upon the adverse change in the environment, students of classes V were given a task to speak on the topic Air / Plastic / River pollution and ways to reduce it. Children sent their recorded speech in videos to participate in the competition.

    The winners of the competition are:

    • Rituparna Gupta of 5 B and Shiza Fatima of 5 A bagged 1st position.
    • Aliza of 5 D and Shreyansh Gupta of 5A got 2nd position.
    • Ayesha Khalid of 5 B and Tejasvi Agarwal of 5 B shared 3rd position.
  • To sensitize our young children towards the pollution and to ponder upon the adverse change in the environment, students of classes V were given a task to speak on the topic Air / Plastic / River pollution and ways to reduce it. Children sent their recorded speech in videos to participate in the competition.

    The winners of the competition are:

    • Vaishnavi of 6 A bagged 1st position.
    • Raaina Khan of 6 A got 2nd position.
    • Hooriya Tariq of 6 D got 3rd position.
  • A Talk Show was conducted on Sunday, 19th July 2020 with the theme ‘An Eye Doctor Answers’. This show was conducted to focus on the issues being faced by school going students due to increased screen time during this Covid-19 pandemic period.

    The show was conducted by Aditi Agarwal and Ananya Gaur of class 12th and Mahi Bhardwaj, Kunjal singh and Samiya Rehman of class 11th with the parents of class III at Zoom Cloud Meeting.

    The resource person Dr. Nidhi Gogi, an eminent Ophthalmologist of Aligarh gave her suggestions to the questions put up by a panel of students present at the platform.

    Dr. Gogi replied all the queries questioned by the students and suggested:

  • Today’s generation prefers using technology for the smallest of tasks especially when it comes to learning and applying concepts. Nothing gives them greater pleasure than using their PCs or laptops to display their creative and technological skills. Keeping this in mind, Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh conducted an Online Power Point presentation for the class VII.

    The topic for the presentation was “Importance of Medicinal Plants”. The competition created a positive environment amongst the students wherein they were high on spirit and enthusiasm, that urged them to showcase their creativity to their optimal level. Students enthusiastically participated in the competition.

    Following is the result of competition:

    • Zaina Abdul Haseeb and Zoya Mehta of Class VII-D shared 1st position.
    • Shailesh Motwani and Cheshtha Kashyap of Class VII-A shared 2nd position.
    • Ayushman Varshney of Class – VII D and Aanya Agarwal of Class VII-C shared 3rd position.
  • Today’s generation prefers using technology for the smallest of tasks especially when it comes to learning and applying concepts. Nothing gives them greater pleasure than using their PCs or laptops to display their creative and technological skills. Keeping this in mind, Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh conducted an Online Power Point presentation for the class VIII.

    The topic for the presentation was “Importance of Medicinal Plants”. The competition created a positive environment amongst the students wherein they were high on spirit and enthusiasm, that urged them to showcase their creativity to their optimal level. Students enthusiastically participated in the competition. Following is the result of competition:

    • Yusra Rahee and Aayushi Tripathi of Class VIII A shared 1st position.
    • Anchal Barapatre of Class – VIII D and Hritika Singh of Class VIII-A shared 2nd position.
    • Abhiraj Singh of Class – VIII B and Ishanvi Nagpal of Class VIII D shared 3rd position.
  • One touch of nature makes the whole world KIN.

    DPS CIVIL LINES ALIGARH organised World Environment Day on 5th June this year in a very distinguished way. The school had planned digital environmental activities following the guidelines of government for mass gathering to slow down the spread of the deadly Covid-19. Students of class I and II participated with a great fervour on the given topics while staying at home.

    Provided the fact that students were participating virtually, their spirit was notable. Children used their toys and material available at home only in an amazingly creative way on the topics “JUNGLE SCENE or AQUATIC LIFE” representing ecosystem. The entries were judged by our jury.

    Omar Kashif Baig (Class – I), Ritika Sinha (Class – II ‘A’) & Nuha Arif – (Class – II ‘A’) were awarded with I, II and III position respectively.

  • The Environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is one thing all of us to share

    World Environment Day is celebrated on 5 June every year, and is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of the environment. To promote the awareness for the environment, Delhi Public school Civil Lines Aligarh organized various project based activities for the students.

    For class III, the topic of their project was making Bird feeder.

    Students made beautiful bird feeders and kept these bird feeders in the balconies /verandas and on terrace for the birds, which reinforced their love & kindness towards birds. In this competition- From class III:

    • Arnav (Class – III B) got 1st position
    • Girik Sharma (Class – III B) and Kavan Chauhan (Class – III B) shared 2nd position
    • Anshika (Class – III C) and Snehdeep Chaudhary (Class – III A) shared 3rd position.
  • The Environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is one thing all of us to share.

    To promote the awareness for the environment, Delhi Public school Civil Lines Aligarh organized various project based activities for the students.

    For class IV, the topic of their project was making Bird feeder.

    Students made beautiful bird feeders and kept these bird feeders in the balconies /verandas and on terrace for the birds, which reinforced their love & kindness towards birds. In this competition- From class IV:

    • Azlan Asif (class IV – A) bagged 1st position
    • Angel Chaudhary (class IV – D) and Jai Sharma (class IV – C) shared 2nd position
    • Tanya Singh (class IV – B) got 3rd position.
  • In continuation of road safety week activities, Oath taking ceremony was successfully conducted by the teachers from classes 6-12. In which students pledged to follow all traffic rules and precautionary measures like buckeling seatbelt, controlling over speeding, avoiding use of cell phone etc. in the presence of their teachers. Students also understood the importance of timely eye check ups and servicing of vehicle for a sustained life and environment. Such activities help developing a sense of responsibility and sincerity among the children.

  • It is not as elementary as it appears-handwashing is a careful process that must be done right.

    As per the guidelines received from WHO on celebrating global handwash day and also to create awareness among the students about proper handwash step wise the teachers of DPS Civil lines Aligarh took an online zoom session with the students, they explained the importance of hand wash through an animated video in the pre-primary section and the 7 step technique of proper handwashthrough the interactive video and also by asking them questions in standard III to VIII. They also shared their experiences in the form of group discussion. Students also told slogans about this day.

    This was undertaken to continue the prevention against Covid 19 and this could be the Best celebration for this global day as it shows the precautionary measure for today’s scenario.

  • Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh celebrated World Environment Day on 5th June 2020 for classes Play Group to VIII. Due to Covid-19 lockdown DPS CL organised some digital environmental activities for the students. Our students showed their keen interest in the same and participated from home.

    The young talents raised awareness about Environment.

    Fancy Dress Competition (Theme- Wild Animals / Birds) was held for classes PG- Prep. It was pleasure to see them beyond the boundaries. Our tiny tots jumped out of excitement, as they were dressed up so beautifully to showcase their characters.

    Congratulations to all the participants.

    The judgment card is here, let’s congratulate them…

  • Agra Cultural Association organised a ‘Lockdown Singing Competition’ wherein ‘Muhammad Raza’ of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh, class VIII D, also participated and bagged ‘2nd Runner up prize’. It is a proud moment for us that an opportunity will be given to him to perform live on the stage in front of the Stalwarts of the music industry at the forthcoming “GRAND GALA MUSICAL NITE” of AGRA CULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

  • MOTHER’S DAY 2020-21
  • There has never been nor will there ever be, anything quite so special as the love between a mother & a child.

    Keeping this unique bonding of emotions in mind DPS Civil Lines Aligarh celebrates this Mother’s Day in a special way. Although one day can never match the love and adoration we have for our mothers, it can still make them feel special and honoured at the same time.

    Mother’s relationship with her children is sacred, her love is whole no matter how many times it is divided and therefore DPS Civil Lines Aligarh honours all the mothers across the globe, thanking them for their motherhood, their teachings, and their contribution to the society.

    The moms as well as the students of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh are indeed having splendid time together during this lockdown period. Pics and videos shared by them are a treat to the eyes watching super excited mom with their dynamic and energetic children preparing something unique in the kitchen, learning, dancing and singing, and playing together. Here are the glimpses of their Gala time during Covid-19 lockdown.

  • DPS Civil Lines Aligarh announcing an online drawing competition on the occasion of Mother’s Day!

    The theme of the competition is ‘Life with MOM’.

    So, why wait ? Pick up your drawing kit and express your emotions for your mother in your drawing. Get a chance to win exciting prizes for your mother.

  • ALUMNI SPEAK 2020-21
  • They say, a student can never forget his Alma mater, even years after he/she has graduated, for this is where he found his second abode and carved a life for himself.

    This is a unique bond that keeps them tied with the undying affection for the school.

    Today, at this crucial time of Covid-19 pandemic when everyone is stuck at home and needs to keep calm and follow certain instructions, the alumni of Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh are feeling concerned for the people of India and have appealed in one voice.

  • Students of Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh are rapidly responding to the corona virus pandemic outbreak, with an appeal to control the human to human transmission and requesting the fellow students to STAY HOME, STAY SAFE.

  • A salutation to all the essential service provider Parents on World Health Day -7th April 2020″

    • As we all know that Covid-19 is a deadly pandemic that anyone of us can catch, anytime and anywhere if lockdown is not followed completely.
    • Corona Warrior parents of DPS Civil Lines are courageously, and tirelessly working to heal the infected and protecting thousands of people from this dreaded virus Novel Covid -19. They are Doctors, Paramedics, Journalists, Bank Employees, Grocers and Pharmacists.
    • DPS Civil Lines Aligarh fraternity salutes to and expresses highest gratitude to their essential services provider parents.
  • Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh is empowering their students through online classes which has made learning more exciting and engaging.

    • Students of classes 10th & 12th are so overwhelmed and sharing their feedbacks with their respective teachers and school.
    • DPS Civil Lines Aligarh fraternity takes this platform to share the video clippings sent by students and their parents with you all.
    • To fight against Corona (Covid19), Arogya Setu App has been developed by Ministry of Ayush. This App will be helpful to students, teachers and their family members. Download this app from Android and IOS play stores.
    • Ministry of Ayush has also developed a protocol for immunity boosting measures for self care of kids. Please read the posters enclosed with this post and follow the same to boost your immunity.
  • Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh is empowering their students through online classes which has made learning more exciting and engaging.

    • Students of classes 10th & 12th are so overwhelmed and sharing their feedbacks with their respective teachers and school.
    • DPS Civil Lines Aligarh fraternity takes this platform to share the video clippings sent by students and their parents with you all.
  • Delhi Public School Civil Lines Aligarh is empowering their students through online classes which has made learning more exciting and engaging.

    • Students of classes 10th & 12th are so overwhelmed and sharing their feedbacks with their respective teachers and school.
    • DPS Civil Lines Aligarh fraternity takes this platform to share the video clippings sent by students and their parents with you all.
  • Now get Smarter while staying safe at home.

    • As the country is currently in an emergency lockdown; students are unable to attend the school. During this unprecedented moment, students are although out of school, but at DPS Civil Lines Aligarh, it doesn’t mean their education is on hold. Owing to the dangers of the Coronavirus Pandemic, DPS Civil Lines Aligarh announced Online classes to help their students of classes X and XII till the situation is normalised.
    • DPS Civil Lines Aligarh students are now utilizing their time during homestay and are completing their syllabus by attending online classes.

    Let Covid-19 not stop our learning.

    • Students of DPS Civil Lines Aligarh are very enthusiastic about this advance concept and interactive environment during classes.
  • TEACHERS’ DAY 2020-21
  • As per the guidelines received from CBSE under the Circular no. Acad-66/2020 on Observing teachers’ day and also to recognize the contribution of teachers, the students of DPS Civil lines Aligarh shared their happy faces in the photographs and selfies with beautiful messages/slogans for their lovely teachers as they play a momentous role in building of a progressive society and development of whole nation.

    Moreover, to pay tribute for their never-ending hard work they wrote beautiful Rhymes/Articles and showed their creativity to make Handmade Greetings as well.

    This was undertaken to continue our tradition of recognizing the dedicated efforts and services of the teachers.

    This could be the Best celebration for this special day as it shows all emotional gestures and love from the students for their teachers.

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