Out of 4000 contestants KashishPatni of class VII A has been selected as a Council Member, Govt of KIDZANIA Delhi & NCR. She took part in group discussions on topics like Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and had to appear for a personal interview also.

Kashish has won One Year Free Pass to KIDZANIA, an educational trip, 50 percent discount for one of her family members or a friend and a gift voucher worth Rs. 500 every month.

She, along with other 22 team members, will attend meetings of KIDZANIA to bring about changes in its governance and break stereotypes.

Out of 1481 contestants, Kashishwas declared the Winner in the 6th National level ‘Japan on Canvas’ Painting Competition award on 7 Dec 2018. Her painting depicting the culture and clothing style of Japan was published in two newspapers of Sonipat.

Out of 1481 contestants, Kashishwas declared the Winner in the 6th National level ‘Japan on Canvas’ Painting Competition award on 7 Dec 2018. Her painting depicting the culture and clothing style of Japan was published in two newspapers of Sonipat.


The WaterwiseOtago Kindness Programme 2018, an international youth leadership programmeon education in sustainable development and compassionate leadership was held in December 2018. This brings together “young leaders” from diverse backgrounds to address water issues with principle focus on developing leadership through action capability and action competence. This citizenship exchange programme wasa 7 day camp at Otago sponsored by Untouched World Foundation, TERI, MGIEP UNESCO, Otago Polytechnic and Education NZ. Vaaruni of Class XI was one of the three secondary school students selected to represent India in this citizenship exchange programme.During the one week we interacted with locals, fellow kiwi students and professionals at different levels which made it a diverse intergenerational, intercultural learning experience.


The State Level winners of the prestigious Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan from all over India were dignified with participation in a four day camp at the Science Village, as a part of the India International Science Festival (IISF) in Lucknow [UP]. The camp was organised between 5 to 8 October 2018, by the Vigyan Bharati in collaboration with the Department of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences. The State level winner from D.P.S Rohini, Moh Bhargava of Class VII C participated in the camp. The participating students were split into 6 houses named after well-known Indian scientists. The first day’s proceeding began with experiment in Physics and Chemistry, followed by a mesmerizing cultural programme. The Science Village was inaugurated by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, the Union Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences. On the second day, students had the opportunity to visit the IISF Exhibition, which was inaugurated by the Honourable President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind. On Day 3, students were taught how to make a foldscope, which is a low cost microscope. This was followed by a visit to the NBRI lab. The programme culminated after the valedictory ceremony on Day 4.The visit was an enriching and memorable experience for all the VVM state level winners.


Sayan Chaudhary had worked with students from Kochin and Nasik during the workshops and field trip with National Innovation Foundation last year, to design a stapler for buttons. They came up with the idea through actual fieldwork when they interacted with a tailor during a field trip in one of the impoverished neighborhoods of Delhi who shared his problem. This idea was awarded by Dr A P J Abdul Kalam IGNITE Award 2017 by the former President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee and the Governor of Gujarat, Shri Om Prakash Kohli. This is the second consecutive year Sayan has won the award. His idea was selected from over 65000 submissions. The three students also worked with the National Innovation Foundation to develop the actual prototype and have filed a patent for the same.


KashishPatni of Class VI was awarded the International Peace Award and a cash prize of 50 dollars for her painting that was selected across three countries India, Canada, France. She is youngest winner whose painting is being exhibited at Gandhi Smriti, 30 January Marg, Delhi from 10 November to 10 December 2017. She has also been awarded by the Commissioner of Canada High Commission, renowned India Canada artist Mr SurajSadan and Additional PS Department of Science andTechnology, Government of India,Mr. GulshanVirmani.Her painting was also selected at the State level Painting Competition organised by Power Finance Corporation Ltd, Ministry of Power, Government of India. She was among the top 50 students selected out of 12 lakh participants from Delhi NCR. She has been awarded a trophy, cash prize of Rs. 2000 and a gift hamper including professional drawing board, school bag, drawing accessories and LED bulb by PFCL. She participated in an ‘On the Spot Drawing Competition’on Children's Day at Vishnu Yuvak Kendra, Chanakyapuri. Shewon a consolation prize of Rs. 5000.


Delhi Public School - Rohini added yet another feather to its cap when S. Gayatri of Class VII won the Cadet Girls Crown in the 11 Even Sports 78 Cadet and Sub Junior Nationals for Table Tennis. She was part of Delhi Team that defeated the team of West Bengal in finals.


In the 62nd National School Games Tournament held in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh November 2016, Siddhant Gupta of DPS Rohini brought home laurels by winning 5 Gold Medals in the Under 19 Category in various rounds. Siddhant broke the previous National Record and made us proud. His love for archery began in 2015 when he participated in the CBSE Nationals held in Muradabad in May 2015 and achieved the 7th rank. He initially started shooting with Indian Bamboo bow and then practised with the Compound bow. He also won a bronze medal in the Senior Category in the Delhi State Archery Tournament and a team gold in gold in Sub Junior Category in the same competition.


Dr A P J Abdul Kalam IGNITE competition is an annual national competition to harness the creative and innovative spirit of children up to class 12. Students are invited to send their original creative technological ideas and innovations for the same. Sayan Chaudhry’s idea on improving internet connectivity in rural areas was one of the 28 ideas selected for the award. His idea was selected from more than 55,000 submissions this year. Sayan received the prize from the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Minister for Women & Child Development, Shrimati Maneka Gandhi and Minister of Science and Technology, Shri Harsh Vardhan at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. National Innovation Foundation is working with and funding Sayan and other ideators to implement their ideas, make a prototype and bring it to market. The foundation has also filed patents in the name of the children to the Indian Patent Office. He also attended a series of workshops organised by National Innovation Foundation in which the innovators visited slum areas of Delhi NCR to identify problems faced by people who are engaged in manual labour and live in impoverished conditions. Subsequently, they worked with each other and engineers to conceptualise solutions to solve the problems faced in the localities they visited.