Assembly on Cleanliness 

and Disaster Management

A special assembly on ‘Cleanliness’ and ‘Disaster Management’ was conducted by the students of Class V-F on October 11, 2018. The importance of offering a helping hand during the occurrence of natural disasters was beautifully conveyed by a poem presentation and the song, ‘We are the World’. A skit was performed by the students to emphasize on ‘Cleanliness is Godliness’. 

Later, Ms. Nandita Yadav and Ms. Ritu Satija were applauded on receiving ‘The Role Model Teacher Award’. In the end, the role of ownership towards cleanliness and in tackling with the natural disasters were stressed upon. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.

Janamashtami Assembly

Infused with a magnetic energy surrounded by cheerfulness, Janamashtami Assembly presented by Class – I. truly celebrated the spirit of the festival. From confident speakers, mesmerizing choir to dancers, coruscating matkis and lehengas. The entire show was presented beautifully with elegance. Ms. Geetika Bahl, the Senior Mistress, applauded the efforts of students and teachers.

Report: Mass PT Class IX

Mass PT was organized on 29 August 2018 for all the sections of Class IX in the Big Field in the Homeroom period. They were made to stand in straight lines and do 5 exercises of the School P.T along with warm up exercises and jogging. The students were supervised by their respective class teachers and the entire P.E. Department.


“Celebrating the special bond of Rakhi”

Little dancers, singers and actors of Class Prep showcased their latent talent through an enchanting performance in the special assembly held on the occasion of Rakshabandhan. High on confidence and charm, the children enjoyed the festive spirit as much as the audience applauded and appreciated their performance. The Senior Mistress, Mrs. Geetika Bahl, encouraged and blessed the children.






Planning and educating the students for natural disasters and emergencies is imperative for all educational institutions. It is a well-known fact that preparation is the key to effective response during natural disasters and emergencies. With an aim to provide knowledge and information to the staff members and students, a special assembly on ‘Disaster Management’ was conducted in the school premises on 21st August, 2018 in collaboration with Delhi Disaster Management Authority, under the able guidance of Ms. Ankita Anand, SDM, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. A detailed demonstration of the techniques to rescue the victims was done by the senior students under the supervision of the eminent trainer. The demonstration aimed to enhance the potential of the children to be proactive and prompt in taking action during emergencies. The procedure to use the fire extinguisher was also demonstrated. The students were further educated about road safety measures and the steps to be taken to ensure timely evacuation in times of crisis.

The training programme proved to be a great learning experience for the gathering.


Independence Day

India's 72nd Independence Day was celebrated with great fanfare and gaiety in the school premises on 14th August 2018. A special assembly was conducted by the Chenab house on this special occasion. The assembly commenced with an insightful prayer by the School Principal, Ms. Bindu Sehgal. It was followed by a patriotic song presented by the School Choir which filled the atmosphere with patriotic zeal and fervor. The Chenab house students presented a thought for the day and also delivered an inspiring speech in Hindi which ignited the patriotic feelings of one and all. The assembly culminated with the  national flag being hosted by the Principal and the National Anthem being sung with great pride.

In the Junior School a special assembly was conducted by the students of Class IV on the occasion of India’s 72nd Independence Day. The school choir infused the fragrance of patriotism with its melodious song. The students presented a wonderful skit on the importance of celebrating this special day. The whole environment echoed with joy when the students presented a mesmerizing dance to celebrate their freedom.




Ravi house conducted its inaugural assembly by observing Malala Day on 17 July, 2018.

On July 12, 2013, Malala Yousafzai, a sixteen year old Pakistani girl, delivered an impassioned speech at United Nations on the need for gender equality in education. The day, July 12, also her birthday was declared by the United Nations as ‘Malala Day’ in 2014. At the age of seventeen, Malala became the youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

The assembly commenced with the Principal leading the prayer session. This was followed by the thought for the day and a skit by RUBARU, the Drama Society of DPS Vasant Kunj. This skit encapsulated the life changing events of Malala’s heroic life and her stirring speech. The assembly concluded with the national anthem. 




The assembly on ‘World Tiger Day’ was organised on 19thJuly’18 by the enthusiastic students of the Environment Council guided and directed by the active environmentalist Ms. Adita Saxena. 

The students of classes VI and VII had structured the sequence of the assembly in an effective way beginning with a thought provoking message in the form of ‘Thought for the Day’ followed by a short street play on ‘poaching of tigers’. The play was truly mesmerizing and captivated the attention and appreciation of the audience sensitizing them towards the endangered species of tigers heading swiftly towards extinction.

This was followed by a beautiful poem on tigers and wildlife evoking a sense of responsibility among the audience towards protection of wildlife. The assembly concluded with the national anthem sung by the students of the Environment Council.  



I – Anirudh Singh – VIII A
II-Panshul Verma – VIII E

I- Ishita Garg - IX D
II- Malvika Chandra - IX E
III- Anoushka Baweja - IX B





X-Mas Assembly 2017

Loud cheers, high on yuletide spirit welcomed the Christmas Assembly, presented beautifully by the little members of class one family in the C-Block courtyard on 22nd Dec, Friday. The echoes of Santa’s sledge and reindeer rang into everyone’s heart and they sang along the choir. Confident speakers, the children, talked about why Christmas is celebrated. The red and white dress of our cute dancers was as much a delight as their dance. Our Sr. Mistress, Ms. Geetika Bahl, applauded the efforts of the children and sent Christmas greetings to all ! 

Gurpurab Special Assembly 2017

To commemorate the birth anniversary of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev, the students of Class-9 presented a special assembly on Gurpurab. Karishma and Jayant coordinated the assembly. It commenced with the chanting of the auspicious song 'Ek Omkar..' by the class choir followed by Thought for the Day and News by Charan and Parth respectively. A speech on the importance of the occasion was rendered by Harangad Karha Prasaad was distributed among staff members courtesy Tarang. The occasion was graced by the VP, HM and the Academic Coordinator of the school. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.



The patriotic fervor flavoured the portals of DPS Vasant Kunj on 31st October 2017. In order to foster and reinforce it’s dedication to preserving and strengthening unity, integrity and the security of our nation, the school celebrated Rashtriya Ekta Diwas to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. 

A special assembly was organized for the students of classes VI to IX. The Principal, Mrs. Bindu Sehgal conducted the Pledge taking Ceremony, whereby each student pledged his/her devotion to making India a unified land. 


Integrity Pledge

In accordance with the guidelines issued by the Directorate of Education, an Integrity Pledge for students was conducted in the morning assembly on 24th October 2017. The Principal, Mrs. Bindu Sehgal conducted the pledge and encouraged the students of Classes VI to X to restore to fair and honest means in their conduct. 



School Assembly

A special school assembly was organised by the Chenab house on 10 October, 2017. The assembly was organised to welcome the twenty French students along with their two accompanying teachers, visiting our school under the French Exchange programme. The French students were with their Indian counterparts. 

The French students were welcomed with a song by the school choir. The two accompanying teachers were heartily welcomed with bouquets by the school Principal. The French students and their accompanying teachers too thanked the Principal and the school for giving them a golden opportunity to experience the rich cultural heritage of India.

Taking this opportunity, the Principal, Ms. Bindu Sehgal also administered a pledge to the students for having a ‘Cracker-free’ Diwali this year and thereby contributing to the cause of a pollution-free world.

The assembly culminated with the National Anthems of the two countries- France and India. 



“A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind and touches a heart.” Teachers are the cornerstones of our future. We can never thank our teachers enough for their immense contribution in our lives.  At DPS Vasant Kunj, the momentous day started with a prayer by the Head Boy and Head Girl of the school paying gratitude to the noblest profession. The students further exhibited their talent in the form of a ‘Shiv Vandana’. The Principal, Ms. Bindu Sehgal thanked the teachers for their commendable efforts for the school. Like every year, this year too, she felicitated three role model teachers of the school, Ms. Bani Das, Ms. Shuchi Gera and Mr. Azad for their laudable contribution to the school. The members of the Student’s Council enthralled the audience by their spectacular dance performances. The assembly ended with a “Vote of Thanks” proposed by the Head Boy and the Head Girl.

Chenab House Morning Assembly

On 29th August 2017, Chenab House conducted the morning assembly. The assembly began with the prayer followed by introduction of School appointees and House appointees. After this, the students were felicitated with trophies and medals won by them at various Inter- School Competitions and most prestigious Aaj Tak Cup in the Hindi Debate .The assembly ended with the National Anthem.


French Delegation Assembly  31-01-2017
A Special Assembly was conducted in school on 31.01.17 to welcome the French Delegation from Lycee Sainte Marie, Caen, France. A group of fifteen students and two teachers(Prof Agnes Lamatais and Prof Eric Andre) reached New Delhi on a ten day Exchange Programme. The school Principal Mrs Bindu Sehgal extended a warm welcome to the delegation. Each Indian student introduced his/her French counterpart. The school choir presented a melodious Sanskrit Vandana. After the thought for the day, the prize winners of Inter School French Language Fest and Post Card from Paris were felicitated. The assembly ended with the National Anthem of both the countries.

Christmas Assembly - 22-12-2016

Jamuna House Assembly - 10-05-2016

Earth Day Assembly 26-04-2016


Sutlej house conducted the school assembly on 25th Oct, 2016 for all the teachers and students of the school. Although there was no prescribed theme but being close to the celebration of festival on 30th Oct,2016, the focus was on Diwali .The assembly commenced with the thought for the day shared by Tarshi Oberoi of VIII-E. It was followed by sharing of the news both at national and international levels by Shubhi of XI-A and then there was a short dialogue between two girls Amodita of IX-C and Swasti of X-E which was enacted by them on the stage. The theme of this role play was the ‘significance of Diwali’ and how it has gradually lost its original essence and sanctity over the years with various connotations attached to eh celebration of this festival. The proud moment arrived when the Principal awarded the students of our school for their achievements in various fields.  Arushi Malhotra, Aastha Mohapatra, Aniket Jain, Vikram Bawah, Ayush Sikdar and Rishik Raj were awarded for having secured the first position in the ‘Battle of the Bands’ category in the event Crescendo’16 held Cambridge School, Indirapuram. The Indian Senior Solo category was won by Saif Ali Khan of our school at the first position. Saubhagya Shekhar Mohapatra secured the first position in the junior solo category. DPS Vasany Kunj nalso won the overall trophy.  Mihika Dutta of X-D was awarded for being among the top ten scorers (79 out of 80) at the FIT GERMAN EXAM organised by the Goethe Institute Max Mueller Bhavan at Lotus International School. This is an internation al level scholarship exam.Krithik Ranjan of class XI and Mihika Dutta of X-D were awarded the PASCH Scholarship by the Goethe Institute Max Mueller Bhavan for an international youth camporganised at St. Peter Ording, Germany.



Morning Assembly - Ganges House 8th December-2015

On 8th December 2015, Ganges House conducted the morning assembly . The assembly began with the prayer, followed by a Bhajan, ‘Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram’ by  the student Choir. Then the students presented thought of the day followed by the News. The School Counsellor, Ms. Shalini Prasad enlightened the children about the launch of “Accessible India” campaign,  also known as “Sugamya Bharat Yojna”, on  December 3, 2015 (World disability day) by the Prime Minister. She sensitized the students to respect the differently abled by empathising with them & extending a helping  hand whenever they need. After this the prize distribution took place. The Assembly ended with the National anthem. 


Morning Assembly - Ganges House 1st December-2015

On 1st December,2015,Ganges House conducted the morning assembly. The assembly began with the prayer followed by a beautiful song ‘Drops of Jupiter’ by the  students of the school band ‘Irus’. After the song, the students of Ganges House presented the  ‘Thought of the day’ and the national and International news. After this, Dr.Manpreet, the school  doctor enlightened the students about the importance of keeping oneself warm in this changing weather. She warned the students against using the fans after they return from the PE as it causes sudden change in the  body temperature which could prove to be harmful. She also emphasised the need for personal hygiene and practising  other healthy habits like covering one’s mouth and nose while sneezing and coughing, eating healthy food, etc. After this, the students were felicitated with trophies and medals won by them at various Inter- School Competitions as well as National Tournaments.The assembly ended with the National Anthem.