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After battling with winter, harsh summer poses another set of challenges for the homeless as temperature soars into the forties.  The CSR Cell of Delhi Public School Gandhinagar organized a ‘Joy of Giving’ program on 21st April, 2018 to provide help to the homeless and underprivileged by donating summer kits. The summer kits consisted of tetra packs of juice, lassi, buttermilk, glucose/tang and Talc and Caps.

The students and parents of Class III and IV played a vital role in making the harsh summer bearable by generously contributing to this program.

These summer kits were donated by the students of class III and IV on the streets of Motera. The smiles on the faces of these homeless were priceless and this completed the motive of sharing and caring for our society.

DPS Gandhinagar conveys its heartfelt gratitude to the parents for their overwhelming involvement and their contribution to this noble cause


“We make a living by what we get.
We make a life by what we give.”

To exalt the spirit of aspiration for education, the CSR team of Delhi Public School Gandhinagar on its mission to succor numerous students take their first step towards the school, held a programme to distribute School Kits in the government school of Koba village and few slum areas nearby Koba.
Most of these children are first generation school goers and providing them with an opportunity to gain education is the first and big step in helping their families, come out of the circle of poverty. Members of Team CSR along with 10 students set out on 30th June 2018 to bring a smile on those faces who really long to study but due to insufficient resources, are unable to make it happen. 
The school kit is an assorted set of materials such as school bag, notebooks, pen, pencil, eraser, tiffin box, water bottle, and geometry box. Students of classes V and VI with ardor contributed all this for making the programme a big success. 
DPS Gandhinagar conveys its heartfelt gratitude to the parents for their overwhelming involvement and their contribution to this noble cause.
Caring for our seniors is perhaps the greatest responsibility we have.
 Those who walked before us have given so much
and made possible the life we all enjoy.”

There are several old age homes in Gandhinagar that help homeless old people. These homes provide shelter and all facilities to these people who are left helpless at this age. To show our gesture of love to them a visit to old age home was organized to Kailash Dham, Pethapur by the members of Team CSR along with a group of selected students from classes IX and XI to provide them companionship, emotional support, love and affection.

To give tribute to elderly people students of IX and XI standard composed poems on the given topic: Hope, The Age and Hardship among the Elderly. Selected poems would be published in the Spectrum.

The CSR team distributed food packets to them which were collected from all the sections of IX standard. Students of IX standard arranged one minute games very nicely in which most of them participated very enthusiastically.

There were very few who didn’t  participate in the games, to involve them with us the XI standard students enacted a humorous skit to make them happy and we achieved that because during the skit they all were laughing and enjoying.

The visit left a deep impact on students. They were more sensitive than what they were when they arrived; sensitive towards the elderly. Students learnt that they should take care of elderly at home, whether they are parents, grandparents or close family members. The residents at the old age home had motivated us all with their hankering hearts and unwavering hopes.

A society that does not value its elderly people denies its roots and endangers its future. Let us strive to enhance their capacity to support themselves for as long as possible and when they cannot do so anymore, to care for them.

Venue : Motera Area

Be it chilly winter, heat wave or heavy rains the most affected people are the homeless in the cities. These are the ones who are working as rag pickers, balloon sellers and rickshaw pullers. During the monsoon they strive hard to earn their living.
We all know how great it feels when we receive gifts. However the joy of getting is short lived. Our lives are richer when we share and that great inner joy comes by helping others to better their lives. The CSR team of Delhi Public School Gandhinagar organized a Joy of Giving Program on 25th August, 2018 to provide help to the homeless by donating food packets on the streets of Motera. The smiles on their faces of these homeless were priceless and this completed the motive of sharing and caring for our society.


Title:  CSR Activity [NGOs Stall]
Date: 6th, 12th, 13th October 2018
Venue: Atrium Primary Wing
Class:  Pre-Nursery to VIII


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“She will rise with a spine of steel and a roar like thunder, She will rise”

About the Event
We at DPSG believe in giving as nobody is responsible for their predicament.  The CSR team expressed its feeling towards women empowerment, by assisting the underprivileged women, with providing a platform to showcase their handmade products in the school premises on 6th, 12th and 13th of October 2018. These are the ones who are semi-literate or had never been to school. The aarti thali, handmade jewellery boxes and wall hangings were the hotcake of the sale. Beautifully painted and artistically decorated diyas and incense sticks were sold. Homemade delectable appetizers were sold with proper packaging. The parents who came to attend the PTM of their wards purchased products from them and contributed in bringing a smile on their faces in grief.

Objective of the Event

  • To promote gender equality and empower women.
  • To provide a sense of fulfilment among those who are cut off from the mainstream of the society

DPSG pays gratitude to the parents who have always contributed for these kinds of events and made it successful.

“The Most Terrible Poverty Is Loneliness
And feeling of being unloved”

There are several orphanages in Gandhinagar that helps homeless children. These homes provide shelter and all facilities to these children who left helpless and unloved at this age. To show our gesture of love and affection to them a visit to Jeevan Tirth trust was organized by the members of team CSR along with a group of selected students from VIII standard to provide them companionship. 


To make them happy the students of VIII standard performed a group dance, group song and played songs on musical instruments. They all enjoyed the song and dance very much and the children’s of this trust too recited Hindi rhymes and performed dance.


To spread the joy among them the team CSR conducted the gathering by distributing the packets of biscuit, chips and chocolates which were collected from the teaching staff of DPS family. The visit left a deep impact on students. They were more sensitive than what they were when they arrived; sensitive towards their parents and family. Students learnt that they should be happy with what they have and as they are blessed they should always contribute some amount towards these unloved and underprivileged children. They learnt to value things. The children at the Jeevan Tirth trust had motivated us all with their hankering hearts and unwavering hopes.

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