Membership – Sports Complex & Swimming Pool

Sports Complex Membership Open for April 2014 to March 2015
Swimming Pool Membership Open for April to September 2014
Membership Fee for the Session 2014 – 2015 is as follows:

Category Fee
a Students (DPS R.K. Puram, East of Kailash, Vasant Vihar) Rs. 1800/- for whole session or Rs.500/- per month
b Ex-Students, DPS R K Puram Rs.5000/- for whole session or Rs.800/- per month

Membership forms are available with the security guards at the school Main Gate and Boys Hostel main gate or can be downloaded from the school website Forms duly completed along with prescribed fee will have to be deposited to the cashier.

>>Click here to download Sports Complex & Swimming Pool Membership Form




Batch No. Timing Users
1. 5.30 a.m. to 6.50 a.m. School Team (Boys & Girls)
3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
2. 4.00 p.m. to 4.40 p.m. Students of DPS R K Puram, DPS-VV and DPS-EOK
4.40 p.m. to 5.20 p.m.
3. 5.20 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Boys Hostellers
4. 6.00 p.m. to 6.40 p.m. Girls Hostellers
5. 6.40 p.m. to 7.20 p.m. Miscellaneous


  1. One smart Security Guard, who knows swimming also will be on duty shift-wise from 6.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. and from 2.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. at the swimming pool. He must be vigilant to face any unwarranted incidence/ accident that might occur with any swimmer, and he will also ensure that no unauthorized person is present there.
  2. The swimming pools will be functional on all 7 days of the week except gazetted holidays.
  3. Swimming coach and lifeguard (Male & Female) will be on duty as per requirement of swimming pools.

Membership – Sports Complex & Swimming Pool

Sports Complex Membership (April 2013 to March 2014)/ Swimming Pool Membership (April to September 2013) fee for the session 2013 – 14 will be as under.

Category Fee
(DPS R.K. Puram, East of Kailash, Vasant Vihar)
Rs. 1800/- for whole session
Rs.500/- per month
Ex-Students, DPS R K Puram Rs.5000/- for whole session
Rs.800/- per month

 Click here to download Swimming Pool Membership Form 2013- 2014.

Membership forms are available with the security guards at the school Main Gate and Boys Hostel main gate or can be downloaded from the school website Forms duly completed along with prescribed fee will have to be deposited to the cashier.

Full Scores in International Examinations

Shreya Vardhan has secured full scores in all the exams for international admission she has appeared in. These include SAT Reasoning test (2400/2400) held on 28th January 2012, Subject SATs – Chemistry (800/800), Physics (800/800), Mathematics level -2 (800/800) held on 5th May 2012, APs – Chemistry (5/5) held on 07th May 2012, Calculus AB (5/5) held on 09th May 2012, Physics C (Mechanics) (5/5) held on 14th May 2012 and TOEFL (120/120) held on 09th June 2012.

She secured a CGPA of 10 in class X and 94% in class XI. She is an NTSE scholar and was ranked 10th in the International Olympiad of English Language in class X. She also secured an International rank of 5 in the International Olympiad of Science in class IX.

She is an avid writer and her articles have been published in a number of national newspapers. These include an article on “Understanding Autism”, published in the Hindu in June this year, and a write-up on how “Accidents are inevitable but essential”, in The New Indian Express. She has written book reviews for “The Pioneer” on ‘Tell Me a Story’ and ‘Intermission’. Her short stories have been published in the online literary magazine Teen Ink (A Wraith When Ruffled, Moonlight, Grievances – awarded with an editor’s choice award). A story on child labour called “A Lost and Found Dream”, was also published in the Deccan Herald on 3rd May, this year.

She has also been doing volunteer work at the Umeed Foundation, a school for autistic and differently abled children, and has designed a software called “Let’s Go Around Town”, to help them meet their learning requirements.

She has been a keen participant in various quiz competitions and was the finalist in the Inter-DPS Quiz Competition in class X, having cleared the zonal round as the winner of the West Zone (DPS Jodhpur). She is a scholar badge holder.

She loves to read, and some of her favorite writers are P.G. Wodehouse, Jeffrey Archer, Jonathan Stroud and Jawaharlal Nehru. She has great interest in the theatre, and has written and acted in several skits at the Poona Arts Theatre and at her schools. She plays tennis and enjoys swimming.


Shreya comes from a family of professionals. Her father, Col. (Dr.) Shakti Vardhan, MBBS, MD & DNB (Obs & Gyn) a graduate & postgraduate from AFMC, Pune is presently working as a Senior Advisor (Obs & Gyn) at the Army Hospital (Research & Referral) Delhi Cantt.

Her Mother Mrs. Reena Vardhan, BA, MA (English), MSc. (Computer Science), B. Ed. Is a teacher and a software professional. She is actively involved in online teaching of software courses, and has helped many a students help them achieve their goals.

Shreya Vardhan with her Mother Mrs. Reena Vardhan, her father Col. (Dr.) Shakti Vardhan and Principal, Dr. D.R.Saini


India’s Rank No. 1 School in Academic Excellence 2012

Delhi Public School,R.K.Puram, New Delhi once again declared as Rank no. 1 (5th Consecutive Year) in Academic Excellence as per Education World Day Schools Survey 2012

Congratulations to students, parents, teachers, DPS RKPuram Management and DPS Society” – Principal

India’s Rank No. 1 School in Academic Excellence 2011

Delhi Public School,R.K.Puram, New Delhi once again declared as rank no. 1 (4th Consecutive Year) in Academic Excellence as per Education World Day Schools Survey 2011

Congratulations to students, parents, teachers, DPS RKPuram Management and DPS Society” – Principal

India’s Rank No. 1 School in Academic Excellence 2010

Delhi Public School,R.K.Puram, New Delhi once again declared as rank no. 1 (3rd Consecutive Year) in Academic Excellence as per Education World Day Schools Survey 2010

Congratulations to students, parents and teachers” – Principal

India’s Rank No. 1 School in Academic Excellence 2009

India’s Top 10 Day Schools
(In Academic Excellence as per Education World Day Schools Survey 2009)

Rank Academic Reputation Rating
2008 2009
1 1 Delhi Public School, R.K.Puram, New Delhi 92
2 2 DAV Boys Sr.Secondary School, Chennai 90
7 3 Bishop Cotton Boys, Bangalore 87
6 4 La Martiniere Boys School, Kolkata 86
3 4 South Point High School, Kolkata 86
6 4 Amity International School, NOIDA 86
7 5 The Mother’s International School, New Delhi 85
9 5 St.Ann’s High School, Hyderabad 85
6 6 Baldwin Boys High School, Bangalore 84
6 6 Chettinad Vidyashram, Chennai 84
4 6 Amity School, Saket, New Delhi 84
7 7 Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai 83
7 7 La Martiniere Girls School, Kolkata 83
7 7 Sacred Heart Public School, Chandigarh 83
7 8 Bishop Cotton Girls School, Bangalore 82
8 8 Ryan International School, White Field, Bangalore 82
6 9 St. Joseph’s Boys High School, Bangalore 81
NR 9 Arya Vidya Mandir, Mumbai 81
7 9 Sri Kumaran’s School, Bangalore 81
NR 9 Rachna High School, Ahmedabad 81
NR 9 Loreto Convent High School, Lucknow 81
8 10 Campion School, Mumbai 80
5 10 Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi 80
NR 10 Jamna Bai Narsee School, Mumbai 80
6 10 SBOA School and Junior College, Annanagar, Chennai 80
NR 10 National Public School, Indirangar, Bangalore 80

Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram, Principal, Dr. D. R. Saini receiving Academic Excellence Award from Education World

International Admissions (2010-2011)

International Admission Highlights

A New World Record in International Admissions!

(as per the information received)

No. of  International Admissions secured by the school

DPS RK Puram enjoys the distinction of having secured admissions to all the 8 Ivy League Institutions in the United States this year for undergraduate programmes, which indeed is a rare honour. The students are:

S.No. Name of University Name of Student
1 Harvard Namya Mahajan (with 100% Scholarship)
2 Princeton University Akshay Goel
Anand Khare (with 100% Scholarship)

Namya Mahajan (with 100% Scholarship)

3 Brown University Prateek Arora
Tanvi Bikhchandani
Arushi Chawla

Anand Khare  (with 100% Scholarship)
Sannidhi Sharma

4 Yale University Anand Khare (with 100% Scholarship)
5 Dartmouth College Moulshri Mohan (with $ 20,000 p.a. Scholarship)
6 Columbia University Tanvi Bikhchandani
7 Cornell University Karanveer Mohan
Anurag Sahay (with the Dean’s Award of $ 3000 p.a.)
Sannidhi Sharma
Tanvi Bikhchandani (with the Dean’s Award of $ 3000 p.a.)

Anand Khare  (with 100% Scholarship)
Moulshri Mohan

8 University of Pennsylvania Akshay Goel
Tanvi Bikhchandani

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Sanskrit Diwas

The Sanskrit Department of Delhi Public School, R.K Puram organized a Sanskrit Diwas on 14th August 2014. The entire program was conducted in Sanskrit and the event showcased a number of competitions like “Nibandh Lekhan” (Essay Writing), “Shlok Ucharan” (Prayer Recitation), “Sanskrit Natika” (street plays) and “Yuva Sansad” (Youth Parliament) in order to disseminate information to the students regarding the vitality of Sanskrit.
Two leading lights, who have contributed immensely to the promotion of Sanskrit language, namely, the chief guest for the event, Dr Girish Nath Jha, Associate Professor at the Computational Linguistics Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and the guest of honour, Ms. Shruti, an educationist, musician, teacher and exponent of Indian traditional knowledge systems and philosophy, were present on the occasion. They were welcomed by the Principal, Dr. D.R.Saini and the Head of the Sanskrit Department, Dr. Asha Lata Pandey.

The event started with the lighting of the lamp and the “Ganesh Vandanam”. The cultural programme had a PowerPoint presentation highlighting the exuberance of Sanskrit. The Principal, Dr. D.R.Saini addressed the audience and emphasised on the importance of Sanskrit and its relevance as a foundation for other languages. There was a group song, followed by a play on the beauty of nature and man’s destructive tendencies. Next the students performed a Kavyaali (Qawwali) in Sanskrit followed by a street play, depicting the significance of Sanskrit. The chief guest put forward a presentation on the importance of preserving and promoting the language. The Guest of Honour, Ms.Shruti graced the stage with her presence, where she shared her thoughts at the current state of Sanskrit in present times, and advocated a renewed interest in Sanskrit amongst the youth. She concluded with a soulful vocal performance of a Sanskrit shloka (Shivoham).The students put forward a mellifluous rendition of Vande Mataram, and the vote of thanks was delivered by the Head of the Sanskrit Department, Dr. Asha Lata Pandey.

Canada-India Friendship Day Celebrations

The High Commission of Canada, New Delhi, in partnership with Delhi Public School, R .K. Puram celebrated the Canada-India Friendship Day on August 14. This colourful event was marked by a presentation on educational opportunities in Canada, face-painting and a “best dressed” competition featuring the national colours of both countries.

This was the third in a series of Canada-India Friendship Days that the High Commission of Canada has been celebrating in the build-up to India’s Independence Day, for the past three years.

The chief guest on the occasion was the Acting High Commissioner of Canada, Mr. Jess Dutton. He was accompanied by Mr Robert Dutka, Second Secretary, Advocacy program; Ms Archana Mirajkar, Senior communications Officer; Ms Smriti Saxena, Media and communications Officer;
Mr Anuj Bhasin, Trade Commissioner, Education and Ms Jasvinder Kaur, Executive, Advocacy program. The guests were welcomed by the Principal, Dr. D.R Saini, the Vice Principals, Ms. Shobha Mehta and Mrs. Pushpa Agarwal and the headmistresses, Ms. Vanita Sehgal and Ms. Anita Singh.
The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp. The Principal, Dr. D.R. Saini addressed the gathering and spoke of the significance of cultural exchange and stated that both the countries should be closer in this era of technology. Mr. Jess Dutton, in his interaction with the audience, emphasized the importance of strengthening Indo-Canadian bonds. The National Anthem of the two nations were sung.
The cultural program began with enchanting and scintillating dance performances by the students of the school. A short film highlighting the beauty of Canadian culture was presented by the Canada Tourism agency along with a Power Point Presentation on education opportunities in Canada This was followed by a quiz on Canada in which the students participated with great enthusiasm. A fashion walk was showcased incorporating the national colours of both the nations. Mallika Gupta of class XII recited a poem on friendship between the two countries. Last but not the least, the occasion ended with exciting face painting, turban tying and sessions of photography.

Independence day Celebrations

Assembly XII-P 14-08-2014

Assembly XI-C 13-08-2014

Biotechnology Webinar

5 August 2014 was a special day for ‘Genesis’- the Biotechnology Club as the students of Class XI and XII got a chance to interact with their alumni in the USA through Video Conferencing.

A webinar was organised in the Biotechnology Lab with Priyamvada Gupta and ShouryaSonkar Roy Burman, the Biotechnology students of DPS R.K.Puram, presently pursuing different courses in the USA.

Priyamvada Gupta, after graduating from Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh in Biological Sciences has joined the Santa Clara Law School for Intellectual Property Law Studies.

ShouryaSonkar Roy Burman, a B.Tech (Biological Sciences & Bioengineering) from IIT, Kanpur, is currently pursuing a Ph.D Programme in John Hopkins University, Maryland.

The Principal, Dr D.R.Saini appreciated their efforts and expressed his best wishes for their future endeavours. Ms Anita Singh, Headmistress Classes VI & VII, highlighted how proud DPS R.K.Puram is, of their achievements and they were the role models for other students.

The Biotechnology students cleared a number of queries related to availability of Biotech courses and future prospects, current research areas and how to prepare and apply for these courses.

The session was organised by Ms Niva Chhonkar, the Biotechnology Incharge with technical support from Mr Mukesh Kumar, Head of Department of Computer Science. The students thoroughly enjoyed the session

Biotechnology Webinar at DPS, R.K. Puram


The Shri Ram school, Moulsari hosted its 14th annual Shri Debate competition from the 23rd to 28th July 2014.

There were 4 rounds – The Preliminary, Quarter finals, Semi finals and the Finals. The preliminary, which consisted of three debates, and the quarter finals, consisting of one debate, were held in the Modified Cambridge style. The semi finals and finals, each consisting of one debate, were held in the Parliamentary format.15 schools participated from all over India, and DPS RK Puram was declared the winner. Our school won a total of 11 trophies- 2 best speaker and 2 second best speaker trophies for Dhwani Nagpal (12-O) , 3 best speaker and 1 second best speaker trophies for Ragini Khuarana (12-V), 2 second best speaker trophies for Abhiraj Ray (12-V) and the best team trophy.

Our students made history by winning the Shri Debate for the first time in 14 years.


‘Econorm’ 2014

Econorm 2014, the annual Economics Inter-School Competition was hosted by DPS, R.K. Puram, held on 8th August 2014. It was a well represented event with the participation of 33 schools. Dr. D.R. Saini, Principal, DPS R.K. Puram felicitated the Chief Guest Ms. Rachna Shah (IAS) presently Additional Resident Commissioner of the Government of Kerala in New Delhi. The Chief guest address the audience and HOD Economics Dr. Renu Nayyar, proposed a vote of thanks for her kind presence.

The events held were Tele-A-Tale, Econoniz, Poster Making and a Surprise event.

The Esteemed Judges were Dr. Rachna Jawa (Associate Professor, SRCC), Ms. Pooja Sharma & Dr. Amit Goyal (Lecturer) Daulat Ram College.

The rolling trophy was won by DPS Gurgaon, Sector-45, and the winners were awarded prizes by Dr. D.R. Saini and Dr. Rachna Jawa.

The Principal appreciated all the participants. He also praised the efforts of the Economics Department for the Success of Econorm 2014.

Economics Fest 2014

International Space Settlement Design Competition 2014

The International Space Settlement Design Competition 2014 was held at the Kennedy Space Center, Titusville, Florida. Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram qualified for the competition as an invited team. We were assigned the company name “Rockdonnell” and were teamed up with Johnson Space Center Semi-Final Winner from US, Latin American Semi-Final Winner from Uruguay, Princess Margaret Secondary School—Surrey British Columbia from Canada and the invited team from Wales. In all there were 4 companies each of which consisted of 5 schools and 48 students each. Our company’s CEO was Eryn Andrews Beisner who is an engineer at NASA and working with her was an amazing opportunity for us.

From left to right: Mrs. Sarita Singh (Shraddha’s mother); Siddharth Bhogra; Tanay Vardhan; Akshay Kumar Gupta; Prateek Swain; Abhishek Anand; Tanay Kothari; Mrs. Archna Deepak; Shraddha Anand

This contest puts high school students in the shoes of aerospace industry engineers designing a city in space that will be a home for over 10,000 people. Student engineers demonstrate creativity, technical competence, management skills, space environment knowledge, teamwork, and presentation techniques to conquer the problems inherent in sitting and designing a Space Settlement. Our problem statement at the competition revolved around making a space settlement on the surface of moon named “Balderol”. We needed to describe the design, development, construction and operations/maintenance planning of Balderol and prepare a 50 slide presentation within a time frame of 41 hours.

Tanay Kothari from our school was selected as the company’s Vice President of Engineering. Shraddha Anand and Abhishek Anand from our school were selected to present the final presentations on stage. Abhishek Anand was awarded the Dick Edwards Award for exceptional leadership. This award is given to one person from each company and to just four students overall at the competition. The company “Dougeldyne Astrosystems and Flechtel Contractors” won the competition with our company ending up as runner’s up.

Abhishek Anand receiving the Dick Edwards Leadership Award

All in all, ISSDC 2014 was a very enriching and learning experience for all the students. There was lot of knowledge to take back and incorporate in such future ventures. It will always remain as one of the most memorable educational events for all of the team. We had the honour interacting with the likes of Norman Chaffee (designer of Falcon 9), Anita Gale (a Boeing engineer) and Jim Christensen (Vice President of Atlantis Educational Services).




Inter School Speech Competition

The Fr. Arroupe Memorial Inter School Speech Competition was held at St. Xaviers Sr Secondary School, Raj Niwas Marg on the 4th of August. 15 schools participated with a total of 30 speakers. Ankita Gupta of class X-H was adjudged ‘Best Speaker’, while Suvansh Manektala of class IX-I was the ‘Second Best Speaker’


Assembly XI-B 07-08-2014


The theme of the assembly is our relationships and bringing it to the level of friendship. We all may have myriad friends but to have someone who stays true to you no matter what, who has always got your back no matter how tough the times, and someone who is the pillar of your life, is a rare thing. It is not the number of friends you have that counts; it is the loyalty you show towards each other that matters.

The students of class XI ‘B, acknowledge this unwavering loyalty between friends, through their assembly.

Assembly X-G 06-08-2014


This topic brings out the uniqueness of each individual and emphasizes on believing in oneself rather than being dominated by others.

Each person is unique, no two people being the same and we must encourage each one to be themselves, to believe in one’s own perspective for the betterment of the human race.

Delhi University – DPMT Rank 1

Ankush Phulia of class XII-C (2013-2014) got Rank-1 in DU DPMT 2014

Ankush Phulia
Ankush Phulia

Assembly XII-O 05-08-2014

Topic: ‘The Fault is Not in Our Stars’

People in the world are always ready to blame bad luck, circumstances, and even others for their own failures. They manage to convince themselves that their luck and fortune were not on their side and feel that they’re absolved.
The topic, “The Fault is Not in Our Stars” means that although circumstances may be tough, and life does throw challenges at us, it’s up to us to fight them to the best of our abilities. Everyone has some challenge to face, and there will be times when we fail. But even then, the fault will be ours, not in our stars.

Assembly XII-N 05-08-2014

Topic: ‘Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish’

Hunger is what unites all living beings in their need to fulfill it. Hunger is the driving force of the human race because when we push our limits to satisfy hunger, we evolve. Thus, one should always stay hungry, for more knowledge, more experience and more life.

Foolishness is what precedes wisdom, for a man can never have learned something new, something worthy without failing at something. Stay foolish, make mistakes because there is always the scope of learning, growing and flying higher even when you’re at the peak of success.

Landforms Made By Endogenic And Exogenic Forces

The geography department organized the annual model making exhibition on on landforms made by endogenic and exogenic forces on the 1st of August 2014. Dr. Harleen Kaur, Reader in Dyal Singh College, Delhi University and our principal Dr. DR Saini inaugurated it. Mrs. Madhumita Kothari, Mrs. Anita Singh (Head Mistress), Mrs. Rupa Das (HOD Geography) and Mrs. Sangita Bajpai (Coordinator, Class VII Geography) accompanied and appreciated the innovative techniques, recycling material and exciting ideas that the students of class VII displayed. Dr. Harleen was impressed by the in depth knowledge and creativity of the students.

Model Making Exhibition

Visit of the Delegation From The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) Canada

A delegation comprising of 5 members from the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) Canada, visited DPS R K Puram on Friday, 18th July, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. They were: Mr. Shulin Dave, Senior Manager – Organizational Design and Information Management; Ms. Mary Jane McNamara, Superintendent of Education for West Region 1; Mr. John Hastings, a Politician from Ontario and School Trustee – Ward 1; Ms. Deepa Karamjeet, Elementary School Principal; and Mr. Peter Singh, Chief Technology Officer. The purpose of the visit was to share the trends in K-12 education in India and Canada, and discuss ways in which collaboration and partnerships could be developed and strengthened.

DPS R K Puram was represented by Dr. D. R. Saini, Principal, in the chair; Ms. Mamta Sharma, Education Counsellor and Ms. Reena Vardhan, Counsellor.

The meeting began with both sides introducing each other’s mission in the teaching and learning process and a brief background of the existing educational practices. This was followed by a multimedia presentation of TDSB work in Toronto, and the current ethnicity in their 588 schools. Dr. Saini also showcased the strengths and achievements of DPS R K Puram, alongwith a short clip on the celebrations of 40 years of Excellence in Education at DPS R K Puram. The delegation was then taken on a round of the school and the Sports Complex.

To sum up in the words of Mr. John Hastings, “It’s been the most productive visit we’ve had so far”. Indeed, it was a memorable event, and a great learning experience for all concerned.

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Assembly VI-C 01-08-2014

Topic: “Hard work is the key to success”

Class VI-C under the guidance of their teacher Ms. Payal Arora presented the assembly on the topic ‘Hard work is the key to success’. The class portrayed that there is no shortcut to success. The only way to success is through hard work. They conveyed the message that success can be achieved by those who do not mind failures, but struggle till the end is reached. So everyone should dream big and work hard to achieve their goals. That’s the only way to success.

Assembly XI-A 31-07-2014

Topic: “Disconnect to Connect”

Designed to serve, please, inform, entertain and connect us, over time our digital devices have come to define us.
In today’s day and age, many people have focussed too much on things that are not really important. Too many times have we forgotten what really matters and what is that we should all prioritize in life? The assembly of 11A brought out the need to disconnect to connect on the real things that matters.

Assembly XII-M 30-07-2014

It Happens “only in India”

India is a multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-ethnic society. it is a land of diversity. People of different creeds, customs, cultures, and traditions live here. They have their different festivals, manners and lifestyle. Their religions and beliefs are also different. Despite all these, there are certain common veritable bonds that link them together.

The students of class 12th-M have made effort to bring to a diversified range of budding talents inside each one of us.
They dedicated this assembly to the motherland, ‘India” that has taught us that our strength is in our unity and our unity is in our diversity.



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