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News and Events of CVPS 2013

Art For A Cause

Students engraved pictures of endangered, Species Of India,Australia,China,Canada and many more and drawn them as Tatoos and on mugs.


World Health Day

The theme of "World Health Day"2012 marked on 18th April is devoted to Ageing and Health. Life expectancy is going up in most countries hence people need health care. Mean while birth rates are continuously falling. Countries and Health care system will need to find innovative and sustainable ways to cope with the demographic shift. Tips were given to the students to maintain good health.


Labour Day

A day of explaining the significance of hard labour to children. Labour. Labour Day celebrates the economic and social achievements of workers. This day has its origin in the labour union movement, specifically the eight hour day movement, which advocated eight hours of work, eight hours of recreation & eight hour of rest.


World Red Cross Day

We at CVPS aim at providing wholesome education to our students. Hence a special assembly was organized to educate them on World Cross Day.


Mother's Day

This day is celebrated on Second Sunday of May. This day each one of us thanks our mother for her love & affection & for bringing us in this world.


National Technology Day

May 11 is annually observed as "National Technology Day" all over India to commemorated technology breakthroughs like mastering of nuclear weapons technology. Students were educated on the major technological breakthroughs which include:

  • mastering of nuclear weapons (Pokharan II) through a series of controlled tests at Pokharan
  • test firing of indigenously developed Trishul missile and,
  • test of indigenous aircraft Hansa-3


Shivratri Celebration

India is a land of diverse cultures and festivals play an important role in our culture. It is sad that the younger generation does not know the value of these festivals. Hence, to arise their religious feelings the staff of CVPS always tries to put the best foot forward. Students were explained the importance of "Shivratri" and "Maha Mrityunjay Mantra" was recited eleven times together with its meaning and relevance.


Rakhi Celebration

Another important festival of Hindus which further solidifies the affection between brothers and sisters Indian society is moving towards nuclear family system hence the celebration of such festivals is essential in the school to mark their relevance in our lives.



This festival marks the birth day of Lord Krishna in Hindu mythology. It was celebrated with much gaeirty and fervour. Students won the heart of the audience by singing bhajans on Krishna leela.


National Sports Day

August 29th is celebrated as National Sports Day and is dedicated to the great Indian Hockey player Shri Dhyan Chand. To create awareness and interest amongst the students shivalik house organized a quiz on various sports.


Teacher's Day

5th September is celebrated as "Teacher Day" in the memory of a great teacher philosopher, writer, orator and politician of India - Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishan. Like every year this year also the school celebrated this day with great enthusiasm. On this auspicious day, Mr. Prem Mehta, the principal of the school delivered a speech. Teachers were given beautiful cards with excellent remarks by their students in the morning assembly. After the assembly then followed "Investiture Ceremony" Honorable Dr O.P Aggarwal and Mr. Prem Mehta, the principal of the school gave the badges to the Apex Body. The Principal of the school advised the students to be honest and sincere in their work, So that our nation may progress.


Forgiveness Day

Forgiveness is the noblest revenge. Forgiveness is one of the qualities of God. Revenge is cowardly and forgiveness is heroism. Skit was performed to show or convey the message that forgiveness is the best medicine to be released and it makes us free from tension aggressiveness and ill feelings. It makes the person great.


Hindi Week Begins

Our school celebrated Hindi Divas for a week. This Hindi Divas was celebrated from 9th September to 14th September. Some skits were organized by students which were excellent. Mr. Prem Mehta, Principal of the school gave message to the students that Hindi is our mother tongue and we should not disrespect it.


Gandhi Jayanti

1st October is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti as well as birth day of Lal Bahadur Shastri. We at CVPS paid tribute to both the great leaders of our country. "Dandi March" glimpses were presented to educate children about some important aspects of National Freedom Movement. The ideals of Gandhi ji 's life (Truth & non-violence) were highlighted.


Air force Day

October 8th every year is celebrated as the "Indian Air Force Day". They are celebrated in air force bases all cross the nation with air shows and parades conducted by air force cadets. Indian Air force was formally constituted on this day. Our students were educated about all this through a speech by a staff member.


World Post Day

World Post Day marks the anniversary of universal Postal Union's establishment and is annually hold on October 9. The union aimed to create and maintain a structure for the free flow of international mail around the world. Postal services issues special postage stamps to commemorate the ideals, history or achievements of national postal service on World Post Day. The students were educated about the aim of this day & motivated to cultivate stamp collection as a hobby.


World Food Day

This day is celebrated every year around the world on 16th October in the honor of the founder's day for "food & agriculture organization of united nations" in 1945. Such important days & their aims when discussed during morning assembly inculcate interest & curiosity amongst the students.


Navratri and Dusshera

India has a rich culture with a variety of festivals incorporated in it. Every festival has its own religious, social and historical significance. During Navratri Durga ma is worshipped and it is a strong belief in Hindus that Ma blesses them with all that they desire. Like any other festival " Dusshera " is also an important festival of Hindu's. This festival teaches us the importance of good over bad, triumph of good over evil. Through the morning assembly and informative speeches CVPS tries to inculcate right values & morals amongst our students.


Maharisshi Val mike Jayanti

Maharishi Val mikes the author of epic "Ramayana" in Sanskrit. He is revered as "Adi kair", which means the first Poet for he discovered the first shloka, which set the base & defined the form to Sanskrit Poetry. All this is conveyed to our students through informative morning assemblies, conducted by various houses.


Deepawali Celebration

This festival of lights & the triumph of good over evil were celebrated with great enthusiasm. Mrs. Mithelesh Gupta explained the children about the relevance of this festival of light to real life and motivated the students to remove the darkness not only from outside but also from within us.


Children Day Celebration

Children's day is celebrated every year on Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru's birthday lovely called "Chacha Nehru" by kids. His aim was to provide all round education to the children of the country hence this day is celebrated with great enthusiasm by the students of our school. Mrs. Amita Jain organized a quiz on Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and the significance of this day was explained to the students through a speech given by Mrs. Yash Tyagi.


Guru Nanak Jayanti

The Sikhs celebrated Guru Nanak Jayanti as the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji. The festival of Guru Nanak Jayanti was celebrated in the school during the assembly time. Staff members imparted information about significance and history of Guru Nanak Jayanti and introduced 'Panch Pyare' before the students.


Christmas Day

A festival of Christmas was celebrated with great zeal. The school bulleten boards & Christmas trees were attractively decorated to accord due prominence to the occasion. A senior student attired as SANTA attracted the attention of the audience and carols were sung by senor girls. The whole school echoed with holy hymns recited by the students.


New Year Celebration

2014- A new beginning of a new year fills our hearts with new hopes & joys opens up new horizons and brings for us promises of brighter tomorrow. NEW YEAR celebrations begin with New Year resolutions. The significance of New Year resolution was explicitly explained by our teachers. The students enjoyed the event.

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