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Tittle : Visit to Bank Class I

Students of class I visited bank on 5th July 2016. They were very happy and excited. Teachers and bank staff explained the working of bank. They have also visited ATM and observed the working of ATM machine.


An educational trip to National Craft Museum was organized by our school for class- VI and VII on 4th May 2016 during the school hours.85 students accompanied with four teachers gained a lot of information on various crafts (Handicrafts and Handlooms). There was a huge exhibition of paintings, statues, decorative items and clothes from different states of India. The students watched a documentary film related to making of few handicraft items with the help of soft wood. It was a knowledgeable trip and students enjoyed a lot.

Tittle : School picnic to Chowki Dhani

To add colours to the tedious and wearisome daily routine of life; the school organized a trip to Chowki Dhani on 6th January 2016 for classes VI-IX. The students were eager to be at the place. The staff whole heartedly welcomed the students and the teachers. The excitement of the students reached the climax when they saw the fervor of Rajasthan all around. The traditional dance and songs with Rajasthani costumes attracted one and all. The beat of the Dhol and melodious tune of Sarangi and Shahnai made everybody spellbound. The Students enjoyed the rides on the Camel, Horse and Bullock-Carts. The rides in the Toy Train and giant wheel also amused the students a lot. They also took delight in watching the famous puppet show of Rajasthan. Students and teachers danced on Bollywood numbers. Students enjoyed each and every moment in that wonderful place. This memorable trip was both entertaining and educational. It enlightened the students with many unrevealed information about the tradition and culture of Rajasthan.   


It was a matter of immense pleasure ,pride and honour for  M.M. Public School to be the part of the grand event organized to launch ?Five Illustrated Books For Children? on the eve of Republic Day of India i.e. 25 January,2016 at Air Force Auditorium, Subroto Park.These books are written on the life of Param Veer Chakra Awardees under ?Veer Gaatha Series?.

Honourable Minister of Human Resource Development Ms. Smriti Irani and Army chief of India General Dalbir Singh were the chief guest of the function who released these books. Senior dignitaries from the forces ,NCERT and CBSE officers graced the occasion.

Fifty students of our school participated in that memorable function .The students were fortunate enough to get enlightened with the adorable elocution Mrs. Smriti Irani and General Dalbir Singh.Students also got the opportunity to click photos with the revered personalities.

The programme concluded with the adjuration to save India from all odds and strive to keep our Tricolour always fly high in the sky. The function rekindled the fire of patriotism  in the heart of the students and forced them to ponder about their own responsibility and duty towards their motherland


MMPS organized a picnic to WOW Noida for classes IX to XII and on 26th Dec ,2015 .

Students were given a warm welcome by the staff of WOW and were also entertained by them by engaging them in activities, accompanied by a clown and other activities where students won prizes also by posting their pictures on facebook .

Students enjoyed the rides in amusement park. They also danced a lot and then  had delicious lunch followed by icecream. It was a very enjoyable and memorable  trip for all.

The students as well as teachers thoroughly enjoyed their day and came back refreshed to school.



Students of class I-V visited Gurudwara on the special occasion of "Guru Nanak Jayanti".They recited the Shabd and the Mool mantra".They learned about the life and teachings of Gurunanak ji and his contribution towards humanity.


It was a great opportunity for the Class VIII students to visit the NATIONAL CENTRE FOR MEDIUM RANGE WEATHER FORECASTING on 9th September 2015. The visit was to make the students learn about the Weather Elements, factors affecting the day to day weather and how this weather forecasting is helpful and important in our daily life. Students were shown the huge Super Computers which are connected to the Weather Satellites and how these Super Computers process the information received from the Satellites into weather forecast. The visit was very educative for the students as they learnt about the revolutionary change in weather forecasting.


Environmental issues are subject of a concern and to lay emphasis on the saving of environment exhibition of Poster ,Slogan and Painting on the  theme? Protection of Ozone Layer? was  organized on the occasion of21st  International Day    theme? Protection of Ozone Layer?. The Students of class V-IX visited the India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road tosee this exhibition. Posters depicting the effects of depletion of ozone layer and causes behind it made the students learn about thesignificance of ozone layer and also the remedies to heal it.These posters created great awareness among the students. All in all it was indeed a very informative session for the future learners.


On the occasion of Golden Jubilee Commemoration of the Indo-Pak War 1965, an exhibition was organized to showcase the rich tradition of valour and sacrifice of Indian Armed Force and Central Police Organization on the Rajpat Lawns on September16, 2015.It was a matter of pride to visit the exhibition.The students of class (V-IX) along with H.O.D Mrs.PreetiAnand visited the exhibition .All in all,the visit was enlightening and inspirational. The students were indeed motivated. 


Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official home of the President. It is indeed an honour to visit such a place of historical importance. The four students ? Hridya Sharma (V), Lavi Hassija (VI), Simran Batra (IX) and Manik Sharma (XII) got a golden opportunity to visit Rashtrapati Bhavan along with Principal Mam Ms. Rooma Pathak on the occasion of Rakhsa Bandhan i.e. 20th August 2015. The students had a privilege to present the bond of affection to the President of India. They also got an opportunity to see the Rashtrapati Bhavan. They were enthralled to not only to see the mansion comprising of 340 rooms, built on an area of 20,00,000 sq. feet but also got an opportunity to see Ashok hall also known as Ball room decorated with 19 canvases Persian painting, library, dining room and Darbar hall. The energetic fountain rising up to the height of 12 feet creating murmur mesmerized the students. They also saw large variety of flowers herbal and vegetative plants in the Mughal garden which is opened once in a year for visitors. Thus it was a memorable visit.

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