Kaun Banega Dashmesh Da Ladla Competition was held on 4 December 2018 in the school premises. A quiz was organised by International Gurmat Parchar Mission to inculcate awareness about Sikh religion and culture among the students. The occasion was graced by Senior Vice President and Chairman , Education Cell S. Harmeet Singh Kalka and Chairman, Dharam Parchar Committee DSGMC Sardar Paramjit Singh Rana. The teams from 7 branches of GHPS participated in three question answer rounds. First, Second and Third positions were bagged by GHPS Nanak Piao, GHPS Hargobind Enclave and GHPS Loni Road respectively. They were awarded a cash price of Rs. 3100, Rs. 2100 and Rs. 1100. The school principal D.K. Dhingra appreciated the efforts and hard work of the teams.
In order to inculcate different life skills, the school in collaboration with the Rock sport, organised an adventure camp at Kundli for the students of classes I to IX on 4 December 2018. Away from the busy crowded roads of Delhi, the students accompanied by the teachers reached their destination at around 10:30 a.m. were delicious breakfast and fun activities awaited them. These activities aimed at maintaining fitness level of the students. Our students gained new perspective as they faced different obstacles in the form of activities like Burma bridge, Commando net, tyre maze, ziplining, wall climbing etc. It helped to make the students stronger and build their personality unique. The tractor ride truly enhanced the experience of rural adventure. At the end, of the day Rocksport's in -house DJ played peppy numbers and students danced with full vigor. The day was filled with fun and the students returned with memories to be cherished forever.
Delhi Vidhan Sabha organised an exhibition on the life and teachings of Shri Guru Nanak Dev ji at Delhi Vidhan Sabha lawns, old Secretariat. Students of classes 7 and 8 visited the painting exhibition titled Guru Nanak Dev Ji : 'life and Legacy' and learnt about the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Beautiful paintings depicting the life and journey of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and his wish to instill values of compassion and contentment in the conscious minds of the country men. Basic teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji- triple principle of meditation, work and social responsibility were vividly showcased. Visit to the exhibition was a unique experience for the students to learn about foundation of Sikh thoughts, ethics and way of life.
Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar kirtan, the religious procession, under the aegis of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, was organised on Wednesday 12th December 2018. The Nagar Kirtan commenced from Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, Old Delhi and terminated at Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib, New Delhi. All the branches of GHPS and other Sikh schools were part of this religious procession. Class 10 students and prefects of classes 11 and 12 of our school marched in the Nagar Kirtan Engulfed with festive gaiety, the students and teachers travelled a few kilometres across the city carrying placards with different slogans to save Mother Earth and teachings of Guru Ji. A signature campaign appealing Respect for Women was also carried out.
An Inter-House Story Telling Competition was organised in the school for Primary Segment on 19 December 2018
To commemorate the martyrdom of four sahebzadas, special assembly was held in school premises on 26 December 2018. Senior Punjabi teacher Ms Jasvinder Kaur apprised students of the supreme sacrifice and also recalled the dates of the martyrdom. Harprasan Singh of class 8 D solemnly gave a speech about the sahebzadas and their martyrdom. Shabads and poems was soulfully recited to observe the day. Talented and brilliant students of various fields- music, sports, Punjabi and aptitude, were honoured in the assembly and given prices, certificates, medals and trophies. Noteworthy were the achievements of Gymnasts at the National level and music students Gungun and Gurpreet Kaur at Punjabi Virasat Mela.
To commemorate the illustrious martyred sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji- Baba Ajit Singh Ji and Baba Jujhar Singh Ji, the students and the entire staff of the school paid a tribute on 27 December 2018 by reciting Japji Sahib path followed by the pious Ardaas.