The formal ceremony of conferring the responsibility to the newly elected office bearers and prefectorial teams of the four houses was held on 1 Aug 2018. The programme commenced by invoking the blessings of Almighty. Head boy Gursimar Singh (12D), Head girl Harmeet Kaur (12 D) along with House captains, Sports Captain, Divinity co-ordinator were honoured with badges by the School Principal Ms. D.K. Dhingra , Vice Principal, Ms. H.K. Walia, HM, Ms. Virdi, OS, Jasvinder Singh. The newly elected students council pledged to bestow their duties in the best of their abilities. Principal congratulated everyone and emphasized on the need to become more focussed on their goals and advised them to be role models for other students. She extended a supporting hand to the students' council for the smooth running of the school.

Inter- House Hindi Recitation Competition (Primary Segment) was organized on 8 August 2018. The winner are

'Meditate then on revered Harkrishan
on seeing whom, all suffering vanishes"

The 363 Prakash Utsav of our Patron Guru, Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib ji was celebrated on Thursday, 09 August 2018 with great zeal & religious fervor. The programme commenced with the samapti of Sehaj Path followed by rendition of shabads by the music choir. Inspiring speeches, poems & sakhis were presented by students emphasizing the mission of service to which the 'Child Guru' dedicated his life. The entire occasion was managed by the girl students, highlighting the message 'Women are no less than men- Kaurs and Singhs move together'.
The occasion was graced by the presence of Chairman Dharam Prachar committee DSGMC S. Paramjeet Singh Rana. He congratulated all on this pious occasion, inspired the students to visit Gurdwara & follow the path of Guru's selfless service towards mankind.
The school Principal Mrs. D.K Dhingra thanked the distinguished guest and motivated the children to follow the path of righteousness and truth. The programme concluded with the pious Hukamnama followed by Guru ka langar.

Poster Making Competition was organized on 14 August 2018 in the school premises . All students of Primary Segment participated in the competition. The theme of the Poster Making was My India , My Pride .


27 students and 6 teachers accompanied by Vice Principal Mrs. H.K. Walia were invited to Lal Quila to witness Independance Day Celebration on 15 Aug 2018. Our students wore Punjabi Traditional Costumes to show their lively lifestyle and rich culture, the Punjab state is associated with.

72nd Independence Day was celebrated with patriotic fervour on August 16, 2018. The occasion was graced by the presence of School Chairman S. Balbir Singh Kohli and School Manager S. Kulmohan Singh. Guard of Honour was presented by NCC cadets and school band to the esteemed guests. The programme commenced with the unfurling of Tricolor and National Anthem by the distinguished guests and School Principal Ms. D.K. Dhingra. The gamut of activities held in the special morning assembly consisted of inspiring speeches, poem recitation, scintillating dance performance by the students of primary wing and group songs sung by the school music choir. School Chairman S. Balbir Singh Kohli congratulated the students on this occasion and reminded them of the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters. He appealed the students to serve the motherland India with heart, body and soul to bring it glory. School Manager S. Kulmohan Singh urged the students to take pride in being Indian. He advised the students to respect one another, be disciplined and be selfless in their service and contribution to the nation. The School Principal Mrs. D.K. Dhingra addressed the assembly and shared details about India's struggle for freedom with the students and advised them to keep the flag of the nation flying high as the citizens tomorrow. She also congratulated the students on this auspicious day for our school being selected for establishing Atal Tinkering Lab. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by School Vice Principal Mrs. H.K. Walia. Indeed it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country, a day to pay homage to our great freedom fighters and a day to experience peace, harmony and unity in diversity.

Inter House Rakhi Making Competition (Primary Segment) was organised on 22 Aug 2018.

Prakriti Mahotsav was celebrated in the school premises on 16 Aug 2018 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main aim of celebration was to sensitise our students to adopt positive attitude and values towards mother earth and giving back to nature. On this occasion students planted 11 trees of native species. A unique name of Sikh Martyr was given for proper identification and personal touch to each plant. Students measured length of saplings in cm and took responsibility of watering the plant and observing their growth.

Social science exhibition was held on 25 August 2018 in the school and consisted of a plethora of models and charts that showcased the hydroelectric plant, destruction of forest, charkhas, rain water harvesting and windmill. Different charts and diagrams describing various flora and fauna, pen portraits of great personalities like Aryabhatta, Amartaya, Rabindranath Tagore were beautifully done by the students. Live performances like fancy dress show by Primary students and a skit on Consumer Awareness by senior students were displayed. There was a great deal of enthusiasm shown by the students. These exhibits were indeed eye openers on various subjects.

A Training programme on Cancer Awareness and Prevention was organised in GHPS Hargobind Enclave On 27 & 28 Aug 2018. Ms Varsha and Ms Randeep Kaur attended the workshop. Trained resource persons from The Indian Cancer Society sensitized the participants about the causes, ill effects and preventive measures of this dreadful disease.