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The Honours Ceremony
The Honours Ceremony for the outgoing batch of class XII was held on 23rd December,   ...News & Events

The Honours Ceremony for the outgoing batch of class XII was held on 23rd December, 2015 in the Saraswati Auditorium. The event started with the lighting of the lamp by the Founder Director, Mrs. Usha Chopra, the School Principal, Mrs. Vandana Chawla and Director NEPS, Dwarka, Mr. Rohit Chopra. Mrs. Chopra welcomed the parents gathered there to witness their wards being awarded with citations as they graduate from school. She exhorted the students to go out in the world strengthened with the knowledge and values that the school inculcated in them. She congratulated every child for putting in hard work and encouraged them to achieve greater success in life. The citations for every student had been painstakingly written by the class teachers and the students stood tall and proud as the School Principal read them out for each one of them in all the seven sections. Proficiencies in academics and co-curricular activities were read out to honour the outstanding students. The certificates were awarded by Mrs. Usha Chopra and Mr. Rohit Chopra. Mrs. Vandana Chawla declared the Valedictorian of the Year, Kriti Arora of XII G, an exemplary student with eight proficiencies and an extremely courteous nature. Kriti accepted her award with a humble speech of gratitude. Then was a solemn and breathtaking ceremony where the Student Council handed over the light from their candle to the new Council as a symbol of passing on an illumination to guide them in their new found roles. The day concluded with refreshments organised by the school for parents and the outgoing batch of students.


    The Annual School Fete
    The much awaited Annual School Fete, hosted by New Ear Public School, Mayapuri,   ...News & Events

    The much awaited Annual School Fete, hosted by New Ear Public School, Mayapuri,  was held on the 20th December, 2015 for students and their families. Held every year with great enthusiasm, it is eagerly looked forward to by all. The day was indeed a fun filled one with lots of eats, games, exciting prizes and above all a gala time with friends and dear ones.

    Numerous stalls with attractive prizes and exciting games like Test Your Nerve, Light the Candles, Surprise under the Box etc. were set up to fascinate the visitors.The school ground pulsated with scintillating music and a lively decor.The carnival had something in store for everybody, be it children or adults. The food stalls, which were a big hit among the visitors with their mouth –watering cuisines and delicious dishes were an added attraction. From burgers to pani puri, pizzas to ice-creams… the event had everything.

    Gaiety and festivity enveloped the occasion as children enjoyed the swings and rides. The highlight of the day was the rocking dance performance by the students of the primary school. The DJ floor was set ablaze by young enthusiastic dancers trying the latest moves on the chartbusters. The lucky draw was watched by many eager eyes, who were hoping to be among the lucky few who won prizes.

    The event was jam packed with parents, students and their relatives. The Fete was a resounding success and everyone had a wonderful time. The zest and zeal exhibited by an enthusiastic crowd of visitors and participants made the School Fete  2015 a memorable one.


      With the aim of holistic development of every student in NEW ERA PUBLIC SCHOOL   ...News & Events

      With the aim of holistic development of every student in NEW ERA PUBLIC SCHOOL, an initiative was taken by our Principal, Mrs. Vandana Chawla to let the students of our school have a tete-a tete with Mrs. Susan Hunt who summited Mt. Everest in 2011.

      In her session with the students, she took them through her awe- inspiring journey to the EVEREST. Through a power point presentation she discussed with the students the various challenges faced by her to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain. According to Mrs. Hunt the climbers face impossible obstacles such as blistering winds, fierce blizzards and freezing temperatures. Such hazards encountered by man in order to reach the inaccessible destination makes the journey a breathtaking struggle for survival.

      According to the adventure wizard, her  ‘can do’ approach in life has led to range of life challenging experiences, some which are scuba diving, road/mountain biking, swimming, kayaking, jungle trekking etc.

      It was an overwhelming experience for the students to have a face to face interaction with Mrs. Susan Hunt. She inspired the students to dream big and take up new challenges that life had to offer with belief and confidence.


        The NEPS family came together to bid adieu to class XII and wish them well for their future endeavou   ...News & Events

        The NEPS family came together to bid adieu to class XII and wish them well for their future endeavours.
        The farewell, organised by class XI, proved to be an exciting and overwhelming day for class XII. The function began with a ‘havan’, held in the school auditorium to invoke divine blessings for the outgoing batch. This was followed by a musical skit encapsulating their enriching journey in the school. A group of musicians from class XI mesmerized the audience with their performance.

        The outgoing Head Boy Deepanshu and Head Girl Kriti relived their memories in school and thanked the teachers one last time in official capacity. Sidhak and Utkarsh of XII A entertained everyone for one last time with their dance performance. The computer department captured the journey of the outgoing batch through a video and a power point presentation which touched the students.

        Students of class XII danced to their heart’s delight after the cultural programme and reminisced about their time in school fondly. They thanked class XI for organising a wonderful farewell for them.

        The Director, Mrs Chopra blessed the students and encouraged them to work hard in life. The Principal, Mrs Chawla also wished them  for their future.