School Events

Project BOOND
This saying is apt for today?s scenario so Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Upsabha under the able guidance of Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha initiated BOOND project for conserving water as this year has been declared by UN as the International Year of Water Cooperation. 
Water is critical for sustainable development, including environmental integrity and the eradication of poverty and hunger, and is indispensable for human health and well-being.?
Keeping this in mind and to inculcate awareness among today?s youth, Arvind Gupta DAV Centenary Public School conducted various activities at different levels on 19 January 2013.
Painting Competition was organized for the students of class IV and V on the theme ?Sources of Water?. Students exhibited their talents beautifully. Himadri of class III sang songs and created Jingles based on the theme ?Conserve Water? which was the center of attraction.
Pamphlet Designing and Poster Making and activities were organized for class VIII and XI respectively on the themes ?Every drop of water is precious-Save it? and Water Conservation.

Yamuna ? the sacred river of we the Indians and once called the Life line of Delhi made us feel shameful with the rise of its pollution level. So to make the students aware of its disastrous consequences if not controlled at the right time, Students of class X beautifully expressed their feelings by writing captivating Slogans on the topic- ?Save Yamuna?
?A picture is worth more than thousand words.? Therefore to make this concept more effective students of class IX prepared Movie on Water Conservation and Power Point Presentation on Water Pollution ? Problems and Solutions which were showcased to the students.

School organized onsite visit to river Yamuna to have first hand information about the condition of river that we called as the life line of Delhi. Students of class XI who visited the site found that the holy river has now turned into a chocked drain. It was heart breaking to see Yamuna the source of our drinking water has been polluted and turned into drainage. There were garlands and polythenes all over near the bank and in the water. The water was stinking and was turned black with the garbage and dirt into it. The river looked more as stagnant water than a flowing river. There were no signs of efforts to clean it under ?Yamuna Action Plan?. Students wondered is it really in action or not?


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