About Delhi Public School, Nashik

Delhi Public Schools Society (DPSS) is a registered society which owns the brand name Delhi Public School (DPS). DPS is the largest chain of schools in India and abroad. DPSS established its first school, Church High School, in 1941, in the President’s Estate. Post-independence, Naveen Bharat School was set-up and in 1949, was rechristened Delhi Public School, with its present location on Mathura Road, New Delhi.

The second DPS was started in Ram Krishna Puram, New Delhi, in 1972. Over the last seven decades, DPSS has grown from strength-to-strength, with more than 150 schools, not just in India, but also internationally. DPSS aims to preserve and enhance the highest standards of excellence and prepare generations for the future. The philosophy of DPSS is carefully ingrained in its students, sensitising them to environmental concerns and inculcating in them the feeling of nationalism and communal harmony.

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  • Delhi Public School Nashik - Corporate Cricket League

    Delhi Public School Nashik had organized a Corporate Cricket League at the school campus, Cricket ground. The league was inaugurated by Respected Principal Chitra Joshi Ma'am. Being the second year of this tournament, in all 8 teams participated in the same. The First match was held between HAL and Burhani. HAL won the toss and chose to bat first. They scored a huge total of 178 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs. Vinay Bhambare, the Captain of HAL scored 79 runs for his team. The Burhani team started really well but they lost wickets at regular intervals managing to score 148/10 in 19 overs. HAL won the match. Vinay Bhambare was declared as the Man of the match.

    The Second match of the DPS corporate league was played between Round Table India Vs Evershine.  Evershine won the toss and chose to field first. Round table scored 138/6 in 20 overs and target for Evershine was 139. Nitin Dhatrak (59) was the highest scorer. In reply, Evershine started well but they lost the wickets regularly. At a stage they required 14 runs in 12 balls having only a wicket in hand. The Last batsman, Kapil scored crucial 11 runs in 5 balls. Evershine won the match by 1 wicket. Dinesh Thakur from Evershine was declared as the Man of the match. In the Afternoon match, between Star Vs MSEB, Star won the match comfortably by 61 runs. From the Star team Atul Gosavi scored 82 runs and was supported well by Rohan Tambat who scored 41 runs. Star scored a huge total of 171/5 in 20 overs. In response, MSEB team was knocked out at 109 runs. Atul Gosavi from the Star team was declared as the Man of the match.


  • "The Little" - Inauguration ceremony

    Delhi Public School Nashik had organized an inauguration ceremony of the new Pre primary wing, “The Little” at Gangapur Road, Nashik. The new branch is exclusively for the pre-school learners which will comprise of 3 grades namely, Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Preparatory. The school will prove to be a spanking new facility to cater the little ones. The chief guest for the event was Mrs. Ranjana Bhansi, the new mayor of Nashik city. A water recycling model is set up in the new school campus to enhance the knowledge of the new comers. The new classrooms cater to the academic needs of the children. The ceremony began with Saraswati Vandana and Deep prajwalan. Mrs. Ranjana Bhansi cut the ribbon with immense pleasure. Students of Pre-Nursery and Prep performed on various songs like, “Bal Ganesh” and “My Bonnie lies over the ocean.. ”. The kids of grade Nursery performed an enactment rhyme based on the butterfly theme.  The new pre primary wing – “The Little” is now ready to welcome the little ones in an innovative and creative environment.


  • Visit to Wadhane Farm

    Delhi Public School had organized a field trip to Wadhane farm for the students of Grade Preparatory. They were very excited about the visit which was a “beyond curriculum activity”. The objective of this activity was to visit the Farm and explore various types of plants, shrubs, climbers, creepers and trees. Children played on the swings, slides and climbed the ropes. They observed many trees and plants like Mango, Palm, Bamboo and Sesame. They were overjoyed to see the park and grape climbers. Children played Volleyball in the court. They were also happy to see some animals like Dogs, Ducks and Rabbits. They had their snacks in the lawn and shared with their friends and teachers.  The visit was very informative and enjoyable.


  • Splash Pool Party

    Splash Pool Party was organized by Delhi Public School Nashik, for the children of Grade Preparatory. The objective of this activity was to let the children enjoy by playing various team building games in the swimming pool. They played in the true spirit cooperating with their classmates. The activity began by a swimming race. Children were very confident to swim in the big pool. Some children were able to swim without the floats. Later children played the Ball game in the baby pool. Children enjoyed playing in water with their friends from other classes as well. It was a fun based activity which was thoroughly enjoyed by all the children.


  • Reading activity at Kalpataru Farms

    Students of Delhi Public School Nashik, Grade V had a wonderful experience of reading in the nature. A visit to “Kalpataru Farms“ was organized by Delhi Public School, Nashik. They had a very lively feeling observing the farm with some domestic animals like Rabbits, ducks and various birds. They also visited the farm where vegetables were grown using organic manure. They learned about organic farming. The most interesting part of the visit was to read a book by Sudha Murthy and learning the parts of speech from the story. They loved solving mind games in the tree house. They were mesmerized by the farm house and animals. The children enjoyed the visit by learning to be friendly, loving and caring with nature. Children realized that reading can be done best in the natural surroundings.


  • Masti ki Pathshala - Junior Sports Day

    A fun packed sports event, Junior Sports day “Masti Ki Patshala”, was organized at Delhi Public School Nashik on 18th February 2017. The program commenced with welcoming of parents, Chief Guest, Kalyani Bhate and the guest of honor, Dr. Sheetal Mogal.  Kalyani Pate is the Owner of Moon drops Pre-school. The Guest of Honor Dr. Sheetal Mogal is a renowned Pediatrician. The Chief Guest declared the sports meet open. The splendid displays, which splattered on the field, with a riot of hues and vibrancies were based on the ‘Endangered species theme’.  Each class was allotted a particular endangered bird/animal. Students represented various endangered species like, Green water snake, Siskin bird, Turtles, Pandas and Leopards. The students looked elegant in their costumes. A spectacular and impressive march past was presented by the tiny tots led by mascots accompanying each group. Each group conveyed a meaningful message to save the endangered species of various birds and animals. Children took the oath to participate whole heartedly in sports. Students participated in various competing sporting events like 100 meters Hurdle Race, 100 meters Flat Race, Day and night race, Abacus race, lemon and spoon. Parents also enthusiastically participated in the Tug of War and many other races like Relay, Butterfly race, car race and Bislery bottle race along with their children.

    The uniformity and uniqueness of the ball drill and leopard drill created a splendid atmosphere. The Aura created by the audience and participants was stunning. The sports event was followed by the Prize distribution ceremony. The event concluded with a Vote of Thanks and singing of National Anthem.