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Happy Janmashtami !!!!! Janmashtami or Gokulashtami-The Birth of Lord krishna is an important festival and a grand celebration in India.To seek the blessings of lord krishna ,the festival of JANMASHTAMI UTSAV was celebrated in M.M Public School by the students of L.K.G, U.K.G and Grade1.

Excursion to Iskon Temple It was a blissful experience for kids of class L.K.G. to Class I to visit the Iskon Temple to seek blessings of Lord Krishna.

MMPians at National Television on Disaster Management program 'Aapda Ka Saamna ' (Like, Share and Subscribe our Channel)

MMPians at National Television on Disaster Management program 'Aapda Ka Saamna '

As students are change makers and help in bringing awareness in society and nation scholars of M.M. Public School were invited to be a part of national telecast on Aapda ka Samna, an awareness program by National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) at Doordarshan on Sunday, 11 June 2023 .

Sports Activity

Children need the freedom & time to play. Sports activities inspire children to compete- winning & losing. The enhancement of the Physical & Mental development of children is certainly the most important contribution of sports for children. Sport is a powerful tool that breaks down all the barriers and helps one to feel good about ourselves, both physically & mentally.

Students of Grade Pre School & Pre-Primary were indulged in various sports activities like Toffee Race, Putting balls in the tub & Dog bone Game etc. on August 2, 2022.

Play gives children different sensory, physical & cognitive experiences.

It was indeed a Day full of Fun.

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration

"May the high spirits of Ganesh Chaturthi stay with us forever just like the blessings of Ganpati Bappa"

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated to welcome Lord Ganesha into our homes. He was born on this day. People bring and install the Ganesh idol in their homes and temples. They decorate their premises and sing and dance for eleven days. Lord Ganesha is the symbol of wisdom, understanding and auspicious beginnings.

To celebrate the festival and make children understand the significance of Lord Ganesha, the activity of 'Clay Modelling' and 'How to draw Ganesha' was conducted for classes 2 and 3 respectively on Tuesday, 30th August on the school premises. It started with the story about Lord Ganesha's birth and the story of how Ganesha considered his parents his whole world.

The teachers demonstrated how the Ganesh idol could be made with the help of clay modelling. Students enhanced their kinesthetics skills too while drawing the pictures of Ganesha. Thus, children enjoyed thoroughly these activities.

Janmashtami Celebration

“Let the spirit of holy Krishna & Radha bless your soul with eternal happiness”.

To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami was celebrated on Thursday, 18th August 2022 among the students of classes II-VIII in the school premises with mirth and joy. The fragrance of flowers, the soothing aroma of camphor and the jingle of bells filled the surrounding with positivity. While this religious importance is not lost, this day signifies a lot more to modern India, it signifies excitement, euphoria and a joyous spirit of enthrallment. To celebrate the extraordinary bond between children and the Almighty, the students dressed up as lord Krishna poised with flutes, peacock feathers and matkas marked divine arrival. The premises was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced with Krishna Leela depicting the birth and life history of Lord Krishna. The celebration that followed was truly entertaining and educating. A lot of fun-filled activities were conducted such as making of matki, flute, swing, beautiful crown of Lord Krishna. The purpose of the flamboyant celebration was to inculcate the value of spiritual fervor among the students. Thus, the students had a great time participating in the celebration ardently.

Independence Day Celbration











Celebration of Raksha Bandhan - The Purest Bond

Our festivals are the backbone of our country’s cultural heritage. To strengthen the true love and bond between brothers and sisters. ‘Raksha Bandhan’ festival was celebrated in our school premises on Wednesday, August 10, 2022, among classes II-VIII with great zeal and gusto.

As Rakhi has a deep significance in our history too, students were told about its importance in our life, students exhibited their creativity by making colorful attractive rakhis and thereafter they tied them to each other. The dazzling rakhis showcased their innate talent and eagerness of strengthening their bond of love and brotherhood.

The activity was enjoyed by all the students. Their creativity was much appreciated by all the stakeholders. The school wishes them on the day to continue with great fervor to celebrate each festival.


“Let the freedom in life, soul and body, Faith in your words & Pride in your nature.”

To make the students realize the importance of Freedom in our life and show respect and love towards the country, on the occasion of Independence Day an array of activities was conducted under the theme of HAR GHAR TIRANGA for Classes II to VIII on Thursday, 28 July 2022 in the school premises.

Students of Class II celebrated the Independence Day theme party joyfully & Class III & IV participated in FLAG MAKING ACTIVITY.   Attractive Tricolour Independence Day Cards made by class V, National Symbols by Class VI in Tricolour, Slogan Writing on the sacrifice of Freedom Fighters by Class VII, Handmade Brooches using Tricolours, eye-catching National Emblem, Flag, Flowers, Animals and Birds made by class VII showed their respect and regard for the freedom fighters who fought for the independence of the nation from British rule.

All the students participated fervently and zealously in the activities and realized to take out some time to value the sacrifices of the Martyrs' souls for the nation. Thus, these activities filled the children with patriotism and pride and uplifted the spirit of Har Ghar Tiranga.

Monologue On Freedom Fighters

In order to pay tribute to all the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of our nation irrespective of caste and religion, a series of Monologues were conducted by the students of MMPS during the first week of August. On this Independence Day, all the kids were filled with patriotism and respect for all the unsung heroes as well.

The school wishes Happy Independence Day to all the students.


“Your body exists in the past and your mind exists in the future. In yoga, they come together in the present”

To stay strong in order to face the tough times it is even more important to build up our immunity, within the four walls of our house. In the pursuit of the same, on 8th International Yoga Day, the students of classes VI to IX participated in Yoga sessions in the school premises on Tuesday, 21 June 2022.

The day was celebrated by the students with great enthusiasm and vigor. The students demonstrated various asanas followed by Surya Namaskar, Omkar chanting, Warm up exercises, Sitting and Standing Asanas along with Pyramid Making Yoga postures. Students also made Yoga logo followed by Rhythmic Yoga. The benefits of the postures were narrated by the Yoga teacher and the importance of meditation and pranayama, in day-to-day life to keep one mentally, physically, psychologically healthy was highlighted.

 Yoga embodies the unity of mind and body to instill confidence and bring learning to children on an experiential level and teaches them to persevere, be patient, and work towards their goals.  It also provides tools for practicing compassion, mindfulness, generosity, focus, strength, and flexibility.

The celebration concluded with some breathing techniques and exercises like Pranayama, Anulom-Vilom, Meditation and Relaxation with Laughter yoga. The students were encouraged to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration as they showcased very energetic performance. The spirit of the whole session filled the children with happiness and joy.


‘We are in this together and we will get through this together.’

To mobilize the chain of vaccination and overcome this deadly disease, Free Vaccination Camp was organized on Tuesday, 17th May 2022 in the premises of M.M. Public School for the age group of 12 to 14 years.

Over 61 children from our school and nearby vicinity benefitted from the vaccination by a well-qualified team of doctors which surely will prove to be a great help in controlling the rise of the epidemic. This was carried out under the strict observance of Covid protocols. All precautions and measures were taken to ensure the safety of children until felt fit to send home with their parents. The zeal and trust shown by parents were truly a felicitation.

The entire vaccination camp was successfully carried out under the able direction and supervision of our honorable Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak.

Alphabet ‘E’

Eggs in the pan, /e/, /e/, /e/

Eggs in the pan, /e/, /e/, /e/

Eggs in the pan, /e/, /e/, /e/

Crack the eggs like this.

Alphabet recognition enables the beginner readers to figure out how printed text is associated with spoken language. As such little Jerries of Grade L.K.G learnt alphabet ‘E’ on May 12, 2022’ through lots of Fun Activities.

Mother’s Day Celebration by Pre-Primary

On 6th May students of the Pre-primary wing celebrated “Mother’s Day” with Love and Enthusiasm.

The event commenced with a special Role- Play done by the teachers to inculcate amongst little munchkins how important it is to love & respect one’s Mother.

Little pals enacted like their mother and enjoyed those moments.

 Kids did a special craft and made beautiful badges for their mothers. It was indeed a pleasure watching the dynamic & energetic children preparing something unique and special for their mothers. 

It was an enjoyable and memorable day for each child, which left an indubitable mark on innocent hearts.

Toolkit for Parents to help their Children cope with Exam Stress

Toolkit for parents prepared by the experts at The Department of Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences, Fortis Healthcare; to help children cope with exam stress & prepare efficiently. While your child is preparing for exams, it is a task for you to make sure that he/she is motivated

Lemonade Party

Feeling Hot …. Hot…. Hot...!!!!!

To Beat the scorching Heat Lemonade Party was organised for the youngest MMPians of the Pre-Primary Section, i.e., L.K.G.

Teachers demonstrated and taught the procedure of making Lemonade.

The Monthly Dictionary Word, i.e., SQUEEZE was the highlighted word that Kids Learned through “Hand on Experience”.

This activity also focused on developing Fine Motor Skills. Kids learned the value of Sharing. The Lemonade prepared was served to all the little ones.

#LemonadeDay #Sharing #MotorDevelopment #InculcateHealthyDrinkingHabit #Funday

Brushing Activity

Tooth Brushing helps in preventing gum diseases, mouth infections & oral ailments.

Little pals of Grade L.K.G. were taught to brush their teeth with the right technique on April 19, 22' for a healthy mouth and sparkling smile.

Brushing ensures the removal of plaque, which is the primary cause of tooth decay and gum diseases; it also arrests the building of any decaying formation.

Children enjoyed Brushing their teeth with their Friends.

It was indeed a day of learning.


Baisakhi Celebration

“Amidst the rich harvest, across the lush greenery, Baisakhi has arrived, in all its majesty”.

To revive the important harvest festival of North India and to pay respect to Guru Gobind Singh Ji who had founded Khalsa Panth and also gave a unique identity to Sikhs, Baisakhi was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the students of Class II to VIII on Wednesday 13 April 2022. All the students were dressed in colourful attires. The children of Class II wore Punjabi suits, danced to the tunes of Baisakhi numbers. The Dhol making activity was conducted for the children of Class III and they made Dhol with colourful ribbons to mark this day and were overjoyed to carry it home as a takeaway.

The Kite and the wheat/ Barley making activity was conducted by the students of Class IV. Students also made beautiful kites using Barley. The students of Class V made attractive posters, made pin wheels and danced enthusiastically as well. The delicious traditional Punjabi food was displayed at Baisakhi corner and it was heavenly adorned with the phulkari work.

 A TALK SHOW for class VI to VIII was organized to expound the importance of this day. Students masqueraded as farmers and agricultural minister expressed gratitude towards farmers and their families.

Our honourable Principal ma’am Ms. ROOMA PATHAK enhanced the jubilant mood by joining them in the celebration and appreciated everyone

On this auspicious harvest day,

Let us all thank Lord and pray,

Celebrate with zeal and say,” O Lord! Take hunger from this Earth away.”

Baisakhi Celebration by Pre-Primary

The pre-Primary wing celebrated the Golden Auspicious Occasion of Baisakhi with joy and prosperity on April 13, 2022.

Baisakhi marks the beginning of the Harvest -festival across the country.

A special assembly was staged by the students to welcome the sunny summers in all pepped up moods with various dances, poetry and even the teachings of the Guru.

All the kids were dressed in bright and colourful attire to compliment the colour and zest.

The presentation was well-received and thoroughly enjoyed by all.


‘Together in Faith and Hope, we will get through this Covid- 19.’

To mobilize the chain of vaccination and overcome this deadly disease, the Third Free Vaccination Camp in collaboration with the Government of India was organized on Tuesday, 29 March 2022 from 10 am to 1 pm in the premises of M.M. Public School for the students falling between the age group of 12 to 14 years.

Over hundred students from our school and nearby schools were benefitted with the vaccination jab by a well-qualified team of doctors which surely will prove to be a great help in controlling the rise of the epidemic. This noble endeavor was carried under the strict observance of Covid protocols. The children were treated with utmost care and kept under observation until felt fit to send home with their parents. The enthusiasm and trust shown by parents was truly commendable.

The entire vaccination camp was successfully carried out under the able direction and supervision of our honorable Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak. Thus, endeavor of vaccinating the students will definitely promote a disease-free society and nation.


Due to an effort towards eradication of social evil  of Gender Inequality from society,  prominence was given  to M.M.Public School by MEDIA INDIA  for its unique step in creating  awareness  towards  the dignity to Transgenders the serious sensitive issue of Gender sensitivity,  through its project Indradhanush


‘Vaccines are the most important tools for preventing outbreaks and keeping the world safe.’

While most of the children have become cautious about getting vaccinated, many are still left behind. To make students avail the opportunity of getting both first and second dose of Covaxin, Second Free Vaccination Camp was organised by Delhi Government for the children falling in the age group of 15-18 years in the premises of M.M. Public School on Tuesday, 16 February 2022 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Around 130 students of school and around 10 children from nearby vicinity gathered to avail the vaccine in the most convenient and practical manner. The school went to great lengths to make its facilities pleasant and welcoming for all children. The entire process was carried out in accordance with Covid protocols. Each child was treated with love and care by the staff and team of doctors. After the administration of the vaccine, each child was placed under the close observation of teachers before handing them over to their parents.

Thus, the Vaccination for the first and second dose was carried out in a successful manner and proved to be efficacious under the capable direction and supervision of esteemed Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak.

Welcome back students

Super excited to come back to School !!!!

Little MMPians are ready to set paramount values & Multivalent Competencies as they are all back to School.

#MMPS #MMPublicSchool #NurseryAdmission2022 #BacktoSchool #FullofEnergy #AestheticDevelopmentatpar #HolisticDevelopment

Celebration of Basant Pancham

Basant Panchami is a day dedicated to the devotion of Goddess Saraswathi, the Goddess of Knowledge, Music, Art, Speech, Wisdom, and Learning.

On this auspicious day, Saraswati Pooja was performed online by the students of Class II Students made beautiful paintings of Goddess Saraswati. Poem Recitation was done in both languages by students of class VI to VIII at a virtual platform in order to pay reverence and obedience to Goddess Saraswati on Saturday, 5 February 2022. The students bloomed as mustard fields in yellow dresses and greeted the arrival of spring with the prospect of shedding their sluggishness and gaining knowledge.

The facilitators also transmitted a message to use organic thread for kite flying rather than old traditional thread which is harmful.

Revered Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak wished students Happy Basant Panchami and gave the message to relate and follow the path of truth, knowledge, and wisdom which is actually the true way of paying reverence and respect to Goddess Saraswati, the epitome of learning. Thus, the Basant Panchami celebration initiated the message of the welcome of spring along with prosperity, happiness, and love.

Webinar on ‘Right to Gender Equality’

“Let us change the mindset of society, by promoting Gender Equality”

To not only create awareness about gender sensitivity but also to promote dignity and equality to transgenders, M.M. Public school was proud to host a webinar for Principals of India and overseas along with students and teaching fraternity under the aegis of ‘Indradhanush’, a great initiative towards Gender Sensitization’ on Tuesday, 25th January 2022 at the social platform- Zoom and Facebook. India's First Trans-Gender College Principal of India, Vice Chairperson of West Bengal Transgender Development Board, Editor of famous transgender magazine 'Abamanab' and known for her exemplary role in her debut film 'Purba Pachim Dakshin’ and Nagar Kirtan which won four National Awards was welcomed by our honorable Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak.

The online session commenced with a welcome song by the choir group to welcome the motivational speaker. The noted writer of two books- one that documents the hijra community and the other about third gender society and literature Dr. Manabi Bandyopadhya was delighted to share her experience with the august gathering of Principals of India and across the nation."You are, what you believe you are”, depicted philosophy of Dr. Manabi Bandyopadhyay. She emphasized the pivotal role of teachers and educational institutions in promoting equality to transgenders.  

She sensitized all the educators the need to create awareness about gender equality right from childhood.  She not only shed light on her saga of success but also enlightened me on how to overcome hurdles to become a successful person. A poem in Bengali was recited by her which focused on ‘Acceptance of Transgender in Mainstream’ acted as a source of inspiration for everyone.

Dr. Manabi enthusiastically interacted with teachers. She gave satisfactory answers to the questions asked by them. Her views on how education can be a pathway towards the inclusion of transgenders were worthy of appreciation. The educative and informative webinar concluded with a vote of thanks on behalf of M.M. Public School to Dr.  Manabi for being a model of courage and inspiration. It was followed by National Anthem as a token of respect for our nation.

Thus, the online session on the Right to Gender Equality was successful in imparting the message of love and respect for all genders among everyone.

Republic Day Celebration

Republic Day is celebrated on January 26 every year to remember the day when the Constitution of India came into effect after India gained independence. To commemorate the spirit of independent and law-based or democratic nation, 73rd Republic School was celebrated virtually by M. M. Public School in all its solemnity and grandeur on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

To infuse the spirit of unity, brotherhood and patriotism among the students, a plethora of week-long activities were organised. The fantastic endeavour of performing Surya Namaskar by all MMPIANS was done under the auspices of Bharat Ka Amrit Mahotsav as a part of Republic Day Celebration. On Prakaram Divas- The Day of Valour, students of class II to VIII dressed up as Netaji paid the homage and honour to the great leader- Subhash Chandra Bose. Essay Writing competition and various Art-Integrated activities were organised virtually among the students of Primary & Middle Department. All the young enthusiasts of the school also registered on to watch live streaming of Republic Day Parade.

To uphold the ethos of Indian constitution and to promote equality, justice and fraternity, teaching and non-teaching staff, students of the school along with their parents and Principals across the nation were sensitised about Gender Sensitization through a virtual session on Right to Gender Equality organised under the aegis Indradhanush- an initiative by MM Public School.

The week-long celebration of Republic Day culminated with the unfurling of our National Flag by our revered Principal Ma’am Mrs. Rooma Pathak in the presence of teachers followed with the rendition of the National Anthem.

Thus, these celebrations created immense patriotic fervour and zeal among the students. They not only learnt about India’s political history, freedom struggle and the Constitution but also understood how the great sons of the motherland have fought to attain freedom and make India a sovereign state.

Republic Day Celebration by Pre-primary students

“A nations culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.”

To Commemorate our commitment to the constitution and to celebrate the democracy, the youngsters of M.M.P.S celebrated the 73rd Republic Day with patriotic Zeal and Fervour on 24th January 2022.

Little Cherubs of Pre School depicted as NATIONAL SYMBOLS OF INCREDIBLE INDIA that one should be proud of with enthusiasm & excitement.

Little pals of U.K.G took pride in glorifying & celebrating the spirit of unity and brotherhood by representing a mellifluous MASHUP DANCE.

An incredibly informative presentation was presented by the youngsters of Grade 1.

They portrayed the BEAUTY OF DIFFERENT STATES, their food, Culture, dance etc. This performance enlightened and kindled the patriotic spirit in each heart.

A SPECIAL VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY was organised for the pre- primary wing where in a special ppt was shown to the kids, children where also made aware of PREAMBLE which is the essence of CONSTITUTION.

It was indeed a day which gave the message of Solidarity & Freedom to all.

Bharat Ka Amrit Mahotsav - Conclusion of poses of Surya Namaskar

"Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breath that creates inner serenity and harmony."

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of India's Independence and to keep alive the initiative of CBSE of doing ‘75 Crore Surya Namaskar’ different poses of Surya Namaskar which is a sequence of several yoga poses and a salutation to the Sun were energetically performed by the students of the school on Friday, 21st January 2022.

These asanas namely Parvatasana, Sanchalanasana, Hasta Padasana, Hasta Uttanasana followed by Pranamasana assisted the students to stretch, and tone their muscles in completing a Surya Namaskar circle. Besides good health, these asanas also provided an opportunity to the students to express gratitude to the sun for sustaining life on this planet.

As a result, this fantastic endeavour of performing Surya Namaskar was a huge success.It not only inspired pupils to cultivate spirituality, but also established a deep sense of gratitude towards life, thereby providing an absolute peace to the mind and the soul.

Celebration of Parakram Divas (Day of Valour)

‘One individual may die for an idea but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in thousand lives.’

To pay tribute to great freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra on his 125 birth Anniversary as Prakram Diwas on 23 January, homage and honour to the great leader Subhash Chandra Bose was paid by our young patriotic heroes from class II to VIII on Saturday 22 January 2022. They dressed up as Netaji paid their respect to the great leader as a part of celebration of Parakram Diwas.

The young enthusiasts not only gave inspirational speeches but also recited poems to highlight Netaji's major contribution to Indian Freedom Struggle which brought a feeling of immense gratitude and reverence for his sacrifice for nation. Furthermore, a PPT on the life history of Subhash Chandra Bose was shown to upgrade the knowledge of learners which was followed by discussion on his efforts gallantry and heroism by the teachers.

Thus, the celebration infused the spirit of patriotism among learners. Students were able to learn lesson of courage, bravery and sacrifice from his life history.

Bharat Ka Amrit Mohatsav – 5th, 6th & 7th Pose of Surya Namaskar

'Yoga for health, harmony and humanity.'

Yoga is a holistic method of fitness that aims at balancing the body, mind and soul through various poses and meditative techniques.

The school whole heartedly contributed to nationwide movement of 75 Crore Surya Namaskara on the occasion of 75 years of Independence of our nation under the banner of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.

In continuation of performing different poses on consecutive days Dandasana, Ashatanga Namaskara as well as Bhujangasana was performed enthusiastically by all the students on Wednesday 19th January 2022.

These Surya Namaskara asanas helped to relieve stress and anxiety among the students which has risen due to present resurgence in COVID-19 cases. It helped the students not only to be flexible and agile but also proved to be beneficial in improving their concentration level.

Thus, this great initiative of Sun Salutation encouraged the students to realise the importance of paying obeisance to Lord Sun through different poses.

Bharat ka Amrit Mahotsav - 2nd, 3rd 4th pose of Surya Namaskar

As per the initiative of CBSE to perform 75 crore Surya Namaskar, Hasta Uttanasana, Hasta Padasana and Ashwa Sanchalanasana was performed by all MMPians on Tuesday, 18 January 2022 as a panacea against a plethora of health problems.

These asanas were beneficial in creating awareness among all the students those diseases like back pain, fatigue and indigestion, insomnia, osteoporosis, headache, anxiety and stress can be cured. It also established a deep sense of gratitude towards life, thereby providing an absolute peace to the mind and the soul.

Thus, this great initiative of performing yoga not only initiated fervour and excitement among the pupils' which is admirable and deserves recognition but also all the MMPians have learned the importance of paying reverence to Lord Sun through Surya Namaskar.

Thanks to CBSE's amazing initiative.

Bharat ka Amrit Mahotsav

“Yoga is a flame. When you light it up, the glow never fades away.”

 To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Independence and to keep abreast with project of Bharat Ka Amrit Mahotsav by CBSE to perform “75 Crore Surya Namaskar” ,  as a token of gift to our beloved motherland India  twelve poses of Surya Namaskar will be  performed by students of classes I to IX  of M.M. Public School on regular basis.

On Day 1, Pranam Asana which is also known as Prayer Pose was performed by students of class on Monday, 17th January 2022.  They were also updated about the importance of this first phase of Surya Namaskar.

Thus, through this great initiative of CBSE, MMPIANS not only understood how to be in accurate Prayer Pose but also significance of paying respect to Lord Sun through Surya Namaskar.

राष्ट्रीय युवा दिवस

"तुम जो कुछ सोचोगे, तुम वही हो जाओगे।

 अगर तुम अपने को दुर्बल समझोगे, तो तुम दुर्बल बन जाओगे।

 बलवान सोचोगे तो बलवान बन जाओगे"।


क्या खूब कहा था स्वामी विवेकानंद जी ने, इन दो पंक्तियों में ही जीवन का सार छिपा है। एम.एम. पब्लिक स्कूल, पीतमपुरा दिल्ली ने दिनांक 12 जनवरी 2022 को स्वामी विवेकानंद के जन्मदिवस के उपलक्ष्य में वर्चुअल 'राष्ट्रीय युवा दिवस' का आयोजन किया। इसमें छात्रों और विद्यालय के सभी  शिक्षकों ने बढ़ चढ़कर हिस्सा लिया। छात्रों ने स्वामी जी के जीवन से संबंधित प्रेरक और रोचक प्रसंगों पर चर्चा की एवं युवाओं के व्यक्तित्व निर्माण में स्वामी जी की शिक्षाओं और सिद्धांतों पर परिचर्चा की तथा राष्ट्रीय युवा दिवस के अवसर पर स्पेशल असेंबली में शिक्षकों ने स्वामी विवेकानंद जी के जीवन दर्शन और अध्यात्म पर चर्चा की तथा कविता वाचन किया। सभी ने स्वामी विवेकानंद जी के सिद्धांतों पर चलने का संकल्प लिया। इस प्रकार समस्त विद्यालय ने स्वामी विवेकानंद जी के जन्मदिवस को मनाया तथा उनके सिद्धांतों व आदर्श जीवन का पुनः स्मरण किया एवं प्रेरणा प्राप्त की।


‘Let’s stab Covid-19 by getting Covaxin Jab’

To prevent ongoing transmission of Corona Virus as well as to accelerate Covid 19 vaccination among adolescents on a ‘mission mode’, a Free Vaccination Camp to administer Covaxin among the age group of 15-18 years was organised by our school in collaboration with Delhi Government on Tuesday, 11 January 2022.

Almost two hundred students of our school and nearby vicinity were vaccinated by the medical team of Delhi Government in school premises.  Proper Covid protocols were followed under the strict supervision of our honorable Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak which ensured total safety and security of students. The entire school staff was on toes to provide all sorts of assistance to the parents and children. The vaccinated students were kept under proper observation for thirty minutes before sending them off.

The process of vaccination ended by 2:30 pm in a systematic and organized manner. The enthusiastic students took their selfies on the Selfie Board which stated 'My first Step to fight Covid’ and ‘Elated to Get Vaccinated’. It was a novel experience for the young generation to get vaccinated. The positive response of parents for getting their children vaccinated was surely a sign towards winning the battle against coronavirus. Thus, it was a great initiative to combat rapidly rising cases of Covid-19.

Live Session on ‘Breaking the Barriers of Gender’

‘Change in society is brought by common people.’

Trans women in India are often subjected to hatred and transphobia. This sect of transgender is generally looked down with disrespect and disgrace. In order to bring a change in the mindset of society towards transgenders, India’s 1st International Trans Beauty Queen  Naaz Joshi, who is not only the winner of  Miss U.N. Ambassador, Miss. Empress Earth, Miss  World Diversity, Miss Republic International Beauty Ambassador  but also associated with leading  fashion  designers and NGOs for upliftment of transgenders was invited as a Motivational Speaker at a live session on ‘Breaking the Barriers of Gender’ under ‘Indradhanush’, a great initiative of MMPS working towards Gender Sensitivity on Saturday, 8 January, 2022 on social platform- Zoom and Facebook.

The live session commenced with warm welcome of first Transgender showstopper, first Trans gender model Naaz Joshi by our revered Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak.  The motivational speaker shared how she had overcome all hurdles and challenges to become successful in life. The multi tasker also motivated the students, parents and teachers to work towards bridging the gender gap in society. She also shared her future plans of doing a movie and a music video as well.

The webinar ended with a question answer round where she educated through her experience that proper time management and avoiding social media can help to be a multitasker besides answering to other queries of the students of class twelve. She was thanked for enhancing knowledge about the transgenders and also for giving away her precious time. Thus, the live session proved to be quite informative and educative for students, parents and teaching fraternity.

Show and Tell Activity

A key part of any kindergarten curriculum 'Show and tell ' is an important part of child's learning development as it helps them to organise information and build through confidence. It's also a great way to encourage child's interest in a particular topic. To enhance effective communication 'Show and tell' competition was organised for Grade L.K.G. on "Insects" & For U.K.G. on "Types of Houses" which was conducted in the month of December. Students were excited to share their descriptive narration on TYPES OF HOUSES & INSECTS. Their dress, charts, posters etc. added to their enriching atmosphere.

Overall, the show was spectacular learning experience for kids.

Pink and Orange Colour Day celebration by Pre-School students

Colours, Colours , so many beautiful colours.

Colours make me feel bright.

The world is filled with colours,

So many different colours.

Colours Red, Yellow, Green and Blue.

The Pre-Schoolers celebrated "Pink and Orange Colour Day" in the month of December 21', with lots of fun and enthusiasm. Children were dressed up according to the theme of the day to celebrate the occasion. Children learnt the colours through Hands-on-Experience.  They watched colour songs, associated movies and also sang jingles of Colour Song. Colours are indeed the smiles of nature.

The kids felt the joy of learning about vibrant colours through their immediate environment.

New Year Celebration

To bid adieu to 2021 and welcome the New Year 2022 with elation and open arms, New Year Celebration was organized for students from pre -primary to class VIII on Friday, 31st December 2021 on virtual platform.

Students from pre- primary to class VIII participated in different activities like Making of Greeting Cards, Recital of Poems, Writing Resolutions along with messages of love and compassion for all which infused the spirit of optimism and gaiety among the students.

All in All, it was a grand celebration which was celebrated with great enthusiasm and excitement with warmest wishes of a ‘Happy and Prosperous New Year 2022’.

May this New Year be Corona Free and bring happiness as well as good health for all.

Christmas Function in School

CHRISTMAS is the most truly CHRISTMAS when we celebrate it by giving the light of Love to those who need it the most.


“CHRISTMAS is the Season of Joy of Gift-Giving and of Families united”.

The young M. MPians of Pre-Primary Section will enthrall you with the Magical Spirit of Festivities this Season. Witness the Boundless Joy & Glories through a Sparkling Presentation of Christmas.

Christmas Celebration by Pre-Primary

The munchkin of Pre- Primary Section enjoyed participating in various activities related to Christmas. Children made beautiful Santa Face Mask, Selfie Mask & also decorated Santa in a unique way. Students created innovative designed crafts which were worth replicating.

Little one’s enjoyed a virtual trip to “CHURCH” wherein students were made aware of Lord Jesus Christ thoroughly.

During the Christmas Virtual Party Children wore their favourite dresses and had Favourite snacks. Teachers played various Carols & Children tapped their feet on songs like Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer etc.

The Day ended by greeting each other “MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR”.

Christmas Celebration by Primary and Middle wing students

"Christmas is a tonic for our souls. It moves us to think of others rather than of ourselves. It directs our thoughts to giving." ― B.C. Forbes

Christmas is a magical time whose spirit lives on, in all of us no matter how old we grow. To commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ and make the day a memorable one, the students of Grade II to VIII celebrated Christmas on Thursday, December 23, 2021 at virtual platform.

To keep up the spirit of festival, students were clad in red dresses and wore Santa Caps. They eagerly watched the story of the birth of Jesus Christ depicted in the song 'Mary's Boy Child Jesus Christ' and sang carols like 'Drummer Boy' and 'Jingle Bells' in melodious tone. Activities such as Card Making, Gift Wrapping, Snowman Making and Cake Baking were also undertaken by students with full zeal and enthusiasm. Young enthusiasts also danced on foot-tapping Christmas songs which added richness in celebration.  Participation of the facilitators in activities brought smile on the faces of kids. Message of forgiveness and new beginning was imparted to the students.

The spree of celebration came to an end with the best wishes of Merry Christmas and divinity and purity of merriment of Christmas spread in everybody's life from our revered Principal Ma'am Ms. Rooma Pathak.

Post Card Campaign- 75th Bharat ka Amrit Mahotsav

To commemorate 75 years of the country’s Independence under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, students from Class IV to XII participated in Post Card Writing activity on Friday, December 17, 2021 organised by CBSE.

The coordinators from the postal department visited the school and distributed post cards to be sent to our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji. Mass participation of the Students in this activity was commendable. They wrote on any one of the two topics – ‘Unsung heroes of the freedom struggle’ and ‘My vision for India in 2047’ in both English and Hindi language as a tribute to the Freedom Fighters and the Freedom movement of India.

Thus, active participation of the students lent out their heart into the writing of their patriotic feelings in postcards and thus proved successfully that pen is indeed mightier than the sword.

Grand Parents Day celebration

“Grandparents are treasure whose value cannot be measured”

To imbibe the moral values of dedication and devotion towards their foremost elders and grandparents who are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories and love, Grandparents Day was celebrated in school premises amidst the presence of august gathering of parents and grandparents on Saturday, December 04, 2021.

The esteemed chief guest Mrs Meenakshi Ravindra Beniwal the Municipal Councillor from Kohat Enclave inaugurated the programme along with effervescent Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak and honourable Principal Ma’am Mrs. Rooma Pathak. Parents, grandparents and the chief guest were welcomed by our revered Principal Ma’am Mrs Rooma Pathak which was followed by Welcome song and Ganesh Vandana by euphonious choir from Class U.K.G to II. Wonderful quotes well-crafted by tiny tots left everyone spellbound. The portrayal of Lord Hanuman, through Hanuman dance was a startling feature. The Saga of Ramayana - The Epic was very well depicted in the form of spectacular dance performances which mesmerised the grandparents and made them realise that their grandchildren are imbibing the knowledge of great Ramayana- The epic. The blend of appropriate music and dance recitals created ecstasy and exuberance. At the end the eminent chief guest Mrs. Meenakshi Ravindra Beniwal, the Municipal Councillor blessed the students for their wonderful performance as well as appreciated and congratulated the school for organising such a special event to instil among the young pearls the value of regarding and respecting their grandparents which was followed by vote of thanks to the esteemed guest and grandparents by the school.

Thus, it was indeed a successful event which left everyone with happy memories, teary eyes, loads of appreciation and blessings.

Webinar on ‘Inclusion & Gender Identity’

“A gender-equal society would be one where the word ‘gender’ does not exist, where everyone can be themselves.”

In order to create an inclusive culture in school   environment and make the students understand how to treat each and every gender with dignity and respect regardless of their differences, a webinar on Inclusion and Gender Identity was organised for Classes VI-XII on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.

 Eshan Hilal, who is country’s first male belly dancer, a gender fluid Model, TEDx, Motivational Speaker, announced as the ‘Modern Icon of India’ in 2017, felicitated with the ‘Achiever’s Award’ by Shashi Tharoor in 2019 not only known for remarkable performances on TV in reality shows like Star Plus Season3, Main Hoon Michael etc. but also for winning second prize in ODSS in China was warmly welcomed by our revered Principal Ma’am Mrs Rooma Pathak at virtual platform. He not only inspired the students to be proud of their gender identity but also made them understand the difference between Sexuality, Gender and Expression. In the middle of the webinar, he conducted a poll on myths and facts about gender sensitivity to judge the perspective of the students.  He also shared his personal experiences which motivated the students to follow their passion no matter what others think of them.

All in all, it was an interactive and thought-provoking webinar which was followed by well-crafted and knowledge-based answers to the questions asked by the students that made them to be kind, compassionate and not to judge people on the basis of their gender. It concluded with a vote of thanks to young rising star Eshan Hilal for his august presence and being an inspiration to all.


To enable the children to accurately identify shapes and enable them to see the connections between objects in environment, an activity entitled “INTERACTION WITH SHAPES” was organized on Thursday i.e., November 18, 2021 at virtual platform.

Teacher made earnest efforts to indulge students in various activities like making paper plate pizza with toppings of different shapes. Little master chefs chopped vegetables in different shapes and made delicious sandwiches. It was fun filled activity which helped them to understand different shapes.

All in all, the activity was engaging and productive . Students were able to understand, identify and differentiate between different shapes.

Gurupurab celebration

“There is, but one God, His name is Truth, He is the Creator, He fears none, He is without hate, He never dies, He is beyond the cycle of births and deaths, He is self-illuminated, He is realized by the kindness of the True Guru.”             – Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

Guru Nanak Jayanti commemorates the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Sikh guru and the founder of Sikhism. It is the most sacred festival of the Sikh community. The festival is celebrated with great religious dedication and devotion across India, mainly in the states of Punjab, Haryana and abroad.

The ardent students of M.M. Public School celebrated Gurpurab on the virtual platform with great fervour and gaiety. The celebration started with a prayer to memorialize the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, followed by the chanting of the soothing holy ‘Shabads’ by our tiny tots during class, making the whole ambience serene and pious.

A special video was shown to the students about the principles and teachings of the pious soul, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, which reiterated the message of ‘One God’ and the ‘Eternal Truth’. The programme concluded on a happy note with the unbeatable excitement amongst the students. The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride, honor and respect.

Happy Children's Day

“Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together, make this world a beautiful garden.”

Children's Day was celebrated on November 12th, at M.M. Public School with Pre-Primary Students where children gained new knowledge and added to their knowledge while participating in interesting fun games which made the day entertaining and encouraging.

The day started with talking important facts about Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Little Preschoolers had a great time as they depicted themselves as "Disney Characters/Fairy Tale" and then spoke about them wherein Grade U.K.G and I students not only played ample of games, tap their feet on beautiful children’s songs but also planted saplings in remembrance of "CHACHA NEHRU". Children were inculcated to help poor and distressed children with food, books and clothing.

The fun-filled day ended with a delicious treat. !!

National Education Day Celebration

We must not for a moment forget, it is a birthright of every individual to receive at least the basic education without which he cannot fully discharge his duties as a citizen.”   -Abul Kalam Azad

To commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first Education Minister of independent India, various activities were conducted for the students of Grade I to XII on 11 November 2021.

Poem Recitation for students in grades I to V, speeches for students in grades VI to VIII, and essay writing for students in grades IX to XII were all held, with students emphasizing the importance of everyone's basic and essential rights. The activities focused on Kalam's idea of instilling life skills and technical talents in order to earn a living and become employable.

Students’ ideas on educational excellence and universal access to primary education were admired and accepted by all. The activities fostered the talent of students and brought confidence in them.

Diwali Celebration

M.M Public School commemorated Diwali with a lot of fervor & ardor. The festival of lights came alive on November 1st' 21.

Students of Grade 3rd, 4th & 5th presented a small programme on Diwali to depict meaningful & inclusive way to enjoy the season of festivities. The programme began with an invocation of Goddess Laxmi & Lord Ganesh ji. Students explained the significance of Diwali followed by Rangoli. The programme concluded with a devotional song & a dance by students with a special message of celebration, i.e., in its true spirit Diwali is the festival to enlighten someone's life by doing good deeds.

Let's celebrate clean Diwali and a Green Diwali.

Green Diwali celebration

“Diwali is a festival of lights not crackers”

With the aim to curb air and noise pollution emanating from bursting of crackers, School undertook an Anti-Fire Crackers Campaign on the theme 'Say No to Fire Crackers' before the auspicious festival of Diwali to sensitize students about the ill effects of burning firecrackers. With the noble aim of celebrating ‘Green Diwali’ students pledged to say ‘No’ to crackers and ‘Yes’ to pollution free environment during the Hon'ble Environment Minister’s Interaction with students on 1st November 2021.

With the aim of creating awareness among the masses about the tremendous air pollution caused due to bursting of crackers a presentation was shown to students of classes V to VIII during their classes and activities such as slogan writing, poster making, pamphlet making etc were done by little MMPians of Class III-V during their classes.

Pals of Grade L.K.G to Grade 2 had a wonderful time by participating in different hands-on activities related to Diwali.

Students not only enjoyed the activities but the sheer aim of generating a sense of duty towards the environment was fulfilled.

Wish you all a happy and prosperous Diwali !!

Handwash Activity

"Your life is in your hands, wash them properly”

'Global Hand washing Day’ is observed every year on 15th October. The day focuses on the importance of hand washing globally. This year also the day was celebrated with creative ways to encourage everyone to wash hands with soap at critical times of COVID 19. To spread awareness about the importance of hygiene. All the students, teachers, and parents joined World’s Largest Classroom of Hand Washing organized by Lifebuoy, wherein the dangers of not washing hands properly and how we can protect our self from falling sick, just by spending few seconds in hand washing. Students, parents and teachers participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. This day also enhances the knowledge about the importance of clean water and the availability of soap in public schools, health care facilities, and other public places. Many videos were also shared with students to demonstrate the correct way of hand washing. Revered Principal ma'am laid great stress on this regular practice for protecting all during this pandemic time.

Activity on Pet and Wild Animals by Pre-Primary students

"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains un-awakened." -Anatole France

Performing on any topic provides little one's develops qualities of being confident in speaking and sharing the knowledge.

As such, little pals of L.K.G showcased themselves on the topic "Pet and Wild Animals" on October 12th 21'.

Kids were beautifully dressed up as Pet and Wild Animals. They also shared some interesting facts about animals. They shared the concern that some animals are in danger of becoming extinct and we should take steps to protect them.

Children sang various rhymes and songs related to the animals.

It was indeed a day of developing confidence.

Dussehra Celebration

Dussehra, the festival to celebrate the victory of good over evil, was celebrated on October 13th 21' with a lot of religious zeal and fervour. The celebration is to remember that the good and holy always wins over evil. The tiny ones of Pre School till Grade 5 participated and enjoyed different activities. A small festivity, i.e. "DUSSEHRA UTSAV" was celebrated by “Grade 3 & 4" pals.

A talk show on Dussehra followed by a Kavita and a song captured the spirit of the festival; the triumph of good over evil, leaving the spectators mesmerized.

Dussehra Activities

Dussehra is a popular Hindu festival. It marks the day on which Lord Rama defeated the demon king Ravana. The story as to why we celebrate Dussehra was shown to students through a video. The importance and rituals of celebrating this festival were explained in detail by all the teachers. Students were shown a special PowerPoint Presentation on Dussehra.

Students put in their learning and creativity in the form of masks, worksheets, craftwork and presented in online mode to all students. Summing up the event was a learning experience for all about our rich Indian Culture and Values.

English Day Celebration

"English language not only adds a touch of convenience to communication in general but has been a gateway to art in the form of literature of lots of writers around the globe."

 Every day is a celebration of this beautiful language by itself but any one day specially dedicated towards the language makes it even more special. Various activities for the students were organized as a part of 'English Day' celebration such as Story Telling Session, Pictorial proverb activity, Quizzes, Poems by famous poets, tongue twisters and riddles.

The session truly captivated the young minds and they really enjoyed it.

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

MMPS celebrated Gandhi Jayanti in a special virtual assembly on Friday to pay homage to the Father of the Nation. The programme started with the chanting of bhajan ‘Raghupati Raghav’ which was Mahatma Gandhi’s favourite song. Students delivered speeches on the life and principles of mahatma Gandhi. Many of them made posters on his life and his contribution to the freedom struggle of the country. Informative videos were also shown to the students. A quiz on the life of Mahatma Gandhi was also held.

Principal of the school Mrs. Rooma Pathak told the students to follow the footsteps of the Father of the Nation and to be self-reliant like him. She encouraged them to spread the crusade of cleanliness.

All our students were imbued with Gandhian values and thoughts and vowed to became berths citizens of India and this World.

Rhino’s Day celebration

A Virtual Tour to KAZIRANGA PARK was organized for little pals of Grade U.K.G & 1 Students on the occasion of world's RHINO’S DAY.

KAZIRANGA is located in the state of Assam. It is famous for the one- horned Rhinos. Children were thrilled to see different types of One- horned Rhinos, Elephants, Water Buffalo's etc.

At the Midst of School Lockdown, Children were exhilarated with fun & Joy through "A Small Virtual Tour".

World Ozone Day Celebration

The Greatest threat to the planet is the belief that someone else is saving it”

The theme for the celebration of this year’s World Ozone Day is- ‘Montreal Protocol – Keeping us, our food and vaccines cool’ and to spread awareness among all the students about the theme and how crucial the ozone shield is for the life on the Earth, World Ozone Day was celebrated on Thursday 16 September 2021.

Many hands-on activities like clay modelling of earth and ozone layer were made by Students of class I & II which successfully imparted the message that ozone layer is vital as it shields the earth from ultraviolet rays.

Paper headgears and other props were designed by students of class III to V and a role play was enacted to convey the information about ozone layer, CFCs & its adverse effects. Poster making activity, slideshows making, videos making, delivery of speech and hands on activities were carried out by students of class VI to XII to impart strong message highlighting the need to protect ozone layer.

The Principal Madam Mrs. Rooma Pathak not only appreciated the activities performed by students but also motivated and inspired students to carry on the exemplary work of sensitizing and protecting the ozone layer and climate under the Montreal Protocol.

Kavi Sammelan on occasion of Hindi Diwas

संस्कृत की एक लाडली बेटी है हिंदी,

बहनों को साथ लेकर चलती है हिंदी,

सुंदर है,मनोरम है, मीठी है, सरल है,

ओजस्विनी है और अनूठी है ये हिन्दी,

 अंग्रेजी से भी इसका कोई बैर नहीं है,

उसको भी अपनेपन से लुभाती है ये हिन्दी,

 यूं तो देश में कई भाषाएं और हैं,

 पर राष्ट्र के माथे की बिंदी है ये हिंदी।

एम.एम. पब्लिक स्कूल वसुधा एनक्लेव पीतमपुरा दिल्ली ने 14 सितंबर 2021 को  विद्यालय में हिंदी दिवस का आयोजन किया। इसमें पहली कक्षा से लेकर बारहवीं कक्षा के सभी विद्यार्थियों ने विभिन्न कार्यकलापों द्वारा अपना अपना योगदान दिया। एक तरफ जहां छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस से संबंधित विभिन्न पोस्टर बनाए, नारे लिखे, कक्षाओं में प्रसिद्ध कवियों की कविताएं और प्रसिद्ध लेखकों की कहानियों का वाचन किया वहीं दूसरी ओर हिंदी विभाग ने 8वीं कक्षा से 12वीं कक्षाओं के छात्रों के लिए वर्चुअल कवि सम्मेलन का आयोजन किया। हालांकि छात्रों का यह प्रथम प्रयास था लेकिन बहुत ही उम्दा और सराहनीय था। विद्यालय यह कामना करता है कि उसे  भविष्य में  समाज को अनेक नवोदित कवि और लेखक देने का गौरव प्राप्त  होगा।

Ganesh Chaturthi celebration

Ganesh Chaturthi marks the birth of the deity Lord Ganesha, the God of wisdom and prosperity. One of the biggest and most auspicious festivals in India, Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated by MMPians on 10th September 2021.

Students participated with full enthusiasm and made Ganesha Idol with material available in the kitchen. Primary kids made Ganesha and decorated with pulses. Prayers were done for all classes in online mode.

On the whole day was fun and festivity mood was prevalent.

Teachers Day Celebration

“A teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge and wisdom in the pupils.”

To make students realise importance of teachers as treasure of knowledge and wisdom and to pay tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former president of country and a visionary educator Teachers’ Day was celebrated feverously in the school on 4th September 2021 following all covid appropriate behaviour.

The day commenced by felicitating Honourable Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak by head boy Lavi Hassija and Revered Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak by head girl Lucky Chaudhary with a bouquet for their gracious presence on the special occasion. The Principal, Mrs. Rooma Pathak appreciated extraordinary efforts of teachers and motivated students with her encouraging words of wisdom. The celebration began with great enthusiasm. Students came dressed up as teachers and honoured all teachers by giving flowers as a token of respect. The program was then followed by a motivational speech given by the head boy Lavi Hassija, he expressed his gratitude towards all teachers and ascribed his success to opportunities and facilities provided by respected Principal Madam. Head girl Lucky Chaudhary dedicated a poem for all teachers and her loving school. As a sweet gesture of love and respect, various performances such as dance-shows, singing-shows were meticulously organized by the senior students in association with alumni. The program concluded with a cake cutting ceremony, which added charm to the occasion. All teachers cheered and motivated their colleagues with a wide smile.

The entire program was supported and applauded by everyone present. Students and teachers enjoy the back to life togetherness with new normalcy. Not only senior students celebrated the day but middle, junior, primary and pre-primary students also enjoy the day online with many activities with their teachers.

All in all, day was filled with fun and will always remain as beautiful memory in the hearts of one and all.

Krishna Janamashtami Celebration

नन्द के घर आनंद भयो…

जय कन्हैया लाल की…

हाथी घोड़ा पालकी…

जय कन्हैया लाल की…


Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, one of the most popular festivals in India, is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Krishan, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This virtuous day was celebrated virtually and dedicated the day to inculcate values from the divine life of Lord Krishna. Young MMPians were dressed up as young Radha/Krishna and presented mesmerizing performances.

Students with all the activities were motivated to walk on the path of righteousness and Dharma like Lord Krishna killed wicked and restored Dharma.

The day ended with prayers offered to Lord Krishna to bestow all with great strength and positivity to get success in all the endeavours.

Happy Krishna Janmashtami!

Happy Raksha Bandhan

Cheer and giggles of siblings, prayer and blessings of elders, learning and merriment for children. This is a bond of love, a bond of togetherness, it’s a thread that binds life and hearts. This is Rakshabandhan all about. Heartiest wishes for Raksha Bandhan to you all and your family !!

75th Independence Day Celebration

“Freedom is the way God intended us; it is something we are born with. Something that no one can take away from you. Let’s celebrate freedom!”

To commemorate 75th Independence Day and also to sensitize the students about the importance of this day, a Virtual Celebration of the day was organized. It was a proud moment to have renowned sincere and dedicated film and television actor, Mr. Vindu Dara Singh as the Chief Guest who was warmly welcomed by the Director Sir and Principal Madam. Mr. Singh addressed students and motivated them to take responsibility of managing freedom.

The blooming day started with the hoisting of Indian Flag, the symbol of secular India. Students sang the Patriotic songs and recite poems that aroused the love for the motherland in the heart of everyone. Enriching and meaningful activities like quills making, candle decoration, kite making, poster making, slogan writing etc. on the theme of Independence Day were performed by the talented students to make students aware and enrich their knowledge about this wonderful day. Mesmerizing Mime and dance performance was presented by tiny tots of grade UKG and 1 that evoked love for the motherland and made all the students spell-bound by their amazing performance. Wonderful recipes were presented by students of class II and III that instilled a feeling of patriotism in young hearts. Incredible India was shown and enjoyed by students through a virtual tour of all important heritage monuments of India. The day concluded with National Anthem.

It was a memorable day for every child that left an everlasting impression on their innocent hearts and evoked love for Motherland.

#MMPS #HappyIndependenceDay #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav #75YearsofFreedom #Patriotism #Unity #IncredibleIndia

Friendship Day Greetings to all !!

The best thing in life is to have a Friend who cares, loves and inspires you without a condition.

Happy Friendship Day to all amazing people who we call friends !

World nature Conservation Day

“The Earth will not continue to offer its harvest, except with faithful stewardship. We cannot say we love the land and then take steps to destroy it for use by future generations.”
John Paul II

To make students aware about importance of conservation of natural resources, World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated every year to encourage people to conserve natural resources for future generation. The day also highlight about profound effects of human activities leading to Deforestation, Degradation of Land, Soil Erosion etc.

Curious minds depicted their artistic skills by making colourful and informative posters to spread awareness about importance of sustainable use of natural resources. They also put forth their thoughts on how to make conscious efforts to conserve nature.

The activity helped in extending the boundaries of human knowledge about planet uncertainties and propelled them to safeguard the planet.

Remembering Soldiers and Salute to Indian Army on Kargil Vijay Divas

The sacrifices made, the dedication showed and the lives laid resulted in a hard-fought victory at Kargil on 26th July 1999. A big salute to the undying spirit of our war heroes! #KargilVijayDivas

Eid Celebration by MMPians

Eid ul-Adha, the festival of sacrifice in Islam honours the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his son Ishmael as an act of obedience to God's command. The festival teaches us to extend a helping hand to those in need. Students celebrated the festival with enough fervour and delight as they dressed up nicely, exchanged gifts, greetings, hugs and by spreading love, happiness, laughter, cheer and sweets!

Wishing you a blissful Eid-Ul-Adha!

Hindi Poem recitation by pre-primary kids

दिनांक 24.6.2021 को कक्षा यू. के. जी. व पहली के बच्चों ने  ऑनलाइन गतिविधि कविता वाचन का सराहनीय प्रस्तुतिकरण किया । बच्चों द्वारा लयबद्ध रूप से कविताएँ सुनाई गईं ।कविता वाचन के द्वारा बच्चों की प्रतिभाओं का सृजन और साथ ही हिंदी साहित्य का विकास संभव हुआ ।सभी बच्चों ने इस गतिविधि में उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया और अपना सर्वश्रेष्ठ प्रदर्शन किया ।

Warm Wishes in Internation Drug Abuse Day

There is so much that life has to offer us and choosing drugs over life is the worst decision we can make. Don't let your life go up in smoke. Warm wishes on International Anti-Drug Day to everyone

#mmps #DrugAbuseAwareness #InternationalDayAgainstDrugAbuse #BelieveInYourself #SayNoToDrugs #Positivity #StayHealthy #StayHappy #Stayconnected


The most beautiful and powerful creation of the human spirit is mathematics.

On June 24, 2021, a Maths exercise was held to help kids comprehend arithmetic concepts in a straightforward, accessible, and pleasant way. Primary kids produced a paper kite and scribbled tables on it, while middle school students created a learning machine based on several principles.

The activity was extremely fruitful and beneficial because the students thoroughly enjoyed themselves and grasped the topic.

International Yoga Day Celebration

“Health is the greatest gift of God and contentment is the greatest wealth. Yoga is the means by which both of these can be secured.”

International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on 21st June with the aim of spreading awareness about the Importance and Positive Effects of Yoga among the people. Keeping this view, our school organized a Virtual Yoga Practice Session on 19th June, 2021 at 1 pm in which the students of the school along with their family and all the teachers of the school participated.

All the parts of Yoga included in the protocol of Yoga given by the Ministry of AYUSH were practiced during this session. Awareness about Physical and Spiritual Benefits of Yoga, its Usefulness and Effect of Yoga in our life was also created.

All in all, this session proved to benefit all by promoting the holistic health of every individual through Yoga.

Happy International Yoga Day to all!

International Yoga Day celebrates the healing and calming spirit of Yoga which is an ancient science central to India.

Happy International Yoga Day to all!

Fathers Day wishes to all amazing fathers and lovely children

“The gift of a Father cannot be seen by our eyes, yet he sacrificed his every breath, sweat and everything to comfort us, his family.”

Thanks to every father in the world for making this world a better place for us.

Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Birthday Dear Kiran Bedi Ma'am

Having such a strong-minded and influential lady among us truly is a blessing!

May the good Lord continue to shower you with happiness, good fortune, prosperity and good health all the days of your life.

Wishing Happy Birthday to the Iron Lady of India, dear Kiran Bedi Madam

Happy World Environment Day 2021 !!

Mother Nature has always been kind to us and now it is time to return all the favours by showing a responsible attitude towards the environment.

Let us make it a memorable World Environment Day for our planet by coming together to make our planet a cleaner and greener home for everyone.

Warm wishes on World Environment Day to all.

Happy Buddha Purnima 2021 !!

On this auspicious day, let us remember Lord Buddha's teachings and spread the message of universal brotherhood and compassion for everyone. Happy Buddha Purnima 2021

Road Safety Awareness

Safety is Everybody's Responsibility but First it's my Responsibility.

Safety starts with 'S' (Self) and ends with 'Y' (You)

Safety is the common denominator of all aspects of life, hence awareness about surroundings should be the focal point for all. With this in mind, to make Road Safety a way of life an activity entitled "Drive Safe" was conducted on virtual platform wherein M.M Pians were made to recall aspects of road safety measures through a TED Talk Video.

The aim of the activity was to sensitize the students about traffic rules and ways to reduce casualties of road accidents so that roads can edge closer in becoming accident-free-zone. The activity was designed to accentuate the need of safe road travel by following traffic rulebook. Later on, learners indulged themselves in constructive discussion about road safety rules. Students ensured gainful learning by incorporating creative posters which highlighted observance of traffic rules. Such creative visuals help to spread awareness among students and in turn in their families.

The activity was productive as it made students observant of surroundings. It helped to spread an imperative message of ‘Safety isn't expensive but priceless.’

Wishing you all Eid Mubarak !

May the Divine happiness fill our homes and hearts.

Role Play

As it is rightly said by Albert Einstein 'Imagination is more important than knowledge.' Imagination is an essential component of childhood, helping a child to learn many important lifelong skills. Most children pick up an ordinary object — a box or a piece of cloth — and see its potential for a fort or superhero cape etc. and spending hours pretending and role-playing. These seemingly simple interactions are crucial for a child’s development, giving them the creativity and problem-solving abilities, they’ll need as adults.

 These must be encouraged as much as possible to give a child tremendous opportunity to grow, learn, and imagine.

Students of Class IV were given a topic 'If I were a...' and they can imagine themselves to be anything. Students showcased their potential and imagination by using materials present around them.


“TV gives everyone an image, but radio gives birth to a million images in a million brains.”                                                                                                     ~ Piggy Noonan

To bring about great speakers of tomorrow, a talk show named RADIO JOCKEY was embraced by the students of Grade IX during the second week of May 2021

The students concocted different scripts and introduced them in the class. They engaged every one of the audience members with their unconstrained, lovely and cordial character. They figured out how to hold the audience members with their voice and word decision. It was an entryway opening vocation as radio station personalities or RJ is likewise an incredible open door for them.  It is at the same time energizing, promising profession and an extraordinary test for music darlings. Also, we at MMPS guarantee to center and support the ability of every kid.

The movement was an endeavor into the sound circle with a high leap into the universe of radio.

Happy Mothers Day

"We are born of love; Love is our mother." "Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of little children." "When you look into your mother's eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth." "A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take." To all beautiful, courageous, caring and unconditional mothers #HappyMothersDay


जज्बात अलग है पर बात तो एक हैं,

उसे माँ कहू या भगवान बात तो एक है ।

नाम बहुत है मतलब वही एक है कोई

“राम” बुलाता है, कोई “अल्लाह” तो

कोई “माँ”!!

A Mother's Love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no Law, no pity, it dares all things & crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path.

The Young MMPians of Grade L.K.G, U.K.G & 1 displayed their Supreme level of Love by Celebrating Mother's Day with their Loving Mommy's by helping them in different Chores of daily life. Children also understood the level of tiredness & hardships a mother has to undergo due to the endless responsibilities she possesses. So, kids pampered their mothers in a unique way.

What a wondrous way of conveying LOVE towards MOTHER'S.


Practicing Public Speaking tends to build confidence. It encourages children to speak about the importance on a special topic & to appreciate its significance in different ways.

The Young Pupils of Grade L.K.G, U.K.G & 1 got a chance to Build up their Pride, Confidence, communication skills & enhanced their Social Skills through a special activity, i.e.  SHOW, TELL AND BUILD YOUR CONFIDENCE. The youngsters talked on variety of topics & conveyed their ideas on “PET ANIMAL HOMES AND THEIR BABIES" & “MYSELF". 4th May, 21’ was marked as a day of BUILDING CONFIDENCE of little MMPians.

Learning Numbers

“Because Numbers Rule the Universe.” - Pythagoras

Learning Numbers is great Fun!

Numbers...Numbers...Everywhere. It’s fun to count...with my friends & Ma'am..

#EmbracetheJourney #MyCounting #LearningNumbers!!!!!!

Mother’s Day celebration

“If love is as sweet as flowers, then mothers are that sweet flower of love"

Mother’s Day celebrates motherhood and is a day to make an extra-special effort to recognize and appreciate our mother's roles in our lives. In 2021, given the ongoing COVID-19 situation, many of us are rethinking how to give extra recognition to our pillar of family. To advocate the same bond and feeling of love, affection and selflessness among children. M.M.P.S celebrated Mother’s Day with lot of emotions and merriment.

A Poem Recitation activity was organised to express their love, affection and esteems for their mother through the poems. The activity delivered the message that a mother is definitely the truest friend and best guide any child can have. She holds her children’s hands for a short time but remain in their hearts forever. Students actively participated in the recitation activity and along with the teacher, students made a crown for their mother's using waste materials from their home. They also presented the crown to their mother' and recited poem for them.

Teachers made earnest efforts to instill the importance of this day among children. An activity was conducted entitled Miracle Mom in which young and enthusiastic MMPians made beautiful cards for their mothers to convey gratitude to their moms for their unconditional love. They expressed their love by sharing best qualities about her. Students were eager, happy and bubbling with energy.

Story Telling Session

"We are all storytellers. We all live in a network of stories. There isn’t a stronger connection between people than storytelling.” A story recitation session was organised for Class III. The students recited story in Hindi and English using puppets. Students along with the teachers thoroughly enjoyed the session. Their efforts can be easily seen in the photographs and videos below

Learning Vowels and Constants

Grade U.K.G is moving a step ahead from phonological sounds to vowels and consonants learning. Learning in fun way along with creativity move & presentation which foster pupils mind & knowledge. We at M.M.PS are moving ahead with FOUR - PERIOD LESSON- 1.Introduction 2.Identification 3.Activity Based learning 4.Recall Witness our creative learning portraits.

MMPS Talks

MMPS teachers organized MMPS TALKS for the students of Class V wherein students indulged themselves in the creative discussion about 'Importance of Trees' with a motto to express gratitude towards our Mother Earth. The Talk Show was organized for students to express their views in Hindi and English as well. Students were inspired to do their bit to make our mother more beautiful and greener.

Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti Celebration by Tiny Tots

Students of Pre-Primary Section Celebrated BAISAKHI & AMBEDKAR JAYANTI on 13th April 21 with fervor & enthusiasm through online classes. The pals of Grade L.K.G threw the light on importance of Baisakhi through their sweet little speech, wherein Grade U.K.G kids tapped their feet on Bhangra & Punjabi Songs. To pay tribute to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Short Message Assembly was conducted for Grade 1 Students. Children learnt various facts about Dr. BR Ambedkar. They also coloured the canvas using beautiful colours to create the image of Dr. Ambedkar. It was indeed a day of Celebration.

Learning Hindi Alphabets

बच्चों के बौद्धिक विकास को ध्यान में रखते हुए दिनांक 12-04-21 को कक्षा यू के जी के छात्रों को व्यंजन से संबंधित क्रिया कराई गई ।अनुभवातमक क्रिया के अन्तर्गत बच्चों ने व्यंजनों से संबंधित फलैशकार्ड बनाए और विषय को समझा। क्रिया में कला एकीकरण को भी सम्मिलित किया गया ।


Brush Brush Brush your teeth, Brush it Everyday, Father, Mother, Brother, Sister Brush it Everyday. Tooth Brushing is the act of scrubbing teeth with a toothbrush, usually equipped with toothpaste. To maintain the oral hygiene routine tiny tots of Pre School Learnt to Brush Their Teeth in a Fun & Convivial way by their teacher on 8th April 21'. The little one's learnt to move their Floss between each tooth in order to make sure that no food or plaque is left behind after Brushing.

Red Colour Day Celebration

Red is the Rose, Red is the Cherry 🍒 Red are the cheeks, Of all the tiny tots. 👧🏽🧒 Colour RED Signifies Strength, Power & Determination as such little Jerry's of Pre School celebrated RED COLOUR DAY on 7th April '21. Children learnt various activities which helped them to sort & classify objects based on Colours by reinforcing their COGNITIVE SKILLS.

Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat activity on Sikkim by Pre-Primary kids

The Indian State of Sikkim is located in the northeastern part of the country amid the Himalayan Mountains. The Mountains, Rivers, Forests etc., that are the spirit of Nature, generally considered as God by them. SIKKIM is a unique blend of different religion, customs and traditions of different communities. SIKKIM is like a beautiful bouquet that is adorned with the amazing colours and essence of different flowers, in the form of attractive folk dances, customs and traditions. The Pre- Primary pals of MMPS exhibit their love towards the culture and tradition of Sikkim by participating in various activities on EK BHARAT SHRESHTH BHARAT like Fancy dress, Utsav Cultural Programme, Art Exhibition, Collage Making (Of dresses, Animals, trade & occupation, food etc. of Sikkim), Children have also assembled beautiful Projects on the most Beautiful State, i.e., SIKKIM.

The school is ready with a safe reopening for our Classes X and XII students.

With touchless hand sanitizer and water dispensers, foot masks, strict physical distancing protocols, regular sanitization of Labs, library, washrooms medical room, corridors etc, and temperature monitoring, we are ready for a safe, responsible and cautious reopening as per the orders of #DelhiGovernment.

Waiting for you dear students!

Motivational Talk on Indian Navy Day, 2020

“We are safe because we have our navy keeping us protected each and every moment…. Salute to our Navy and best wishes on Indian Navy Day” To generate awareness and instill the value of patriotism among students, a Motivational Talk on Significance of Indian Navy and different career options that this great section of army offers was organized on December 8, 2020 at a virtual platform during celebration of Indian Navy Week. The esteemed resource person Lt. Commander Balu B was welcomed at a digital platform by our Revered Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak. Lt. Commander Balu B. highlighted various career opportunities that Indian Navy offers. He also shared information regarding various functions and life- style of Indian Navy through an inspiring video. The session was followed by a question, answer round where Lt. Commander Balu B. answered queries raised by students which proved to be highly informative and educative to students. The distinguished guest Lt. Commander was thanked for spending his precious time and sharing valuable information with the students. Thus, online interactive session was an appreciable venture of the school as it instilled patriotic fervor and Respect for Indian Navy.

Interactive Session on “Polymers on the Move”

It is rightly said, “Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.” To create awareness about usage of novel methods of recycling of plastic and its widespread application, an interactive session on ‘Polymers on the Move’ was conducted for Grades VI to VIII on December 2,2020 at the digital platform. Our revered Principal Madam Ms. Rooma Pathak wholeheartedly welcomed the esteemed resource persons : Ms. Michaela Schaller, Ms.Sanchita Roy, and Mr. Umang Tyagi from Borouge Company, manufacturer of polyolefins with its headquarters at Abu Dhabi. The resource persons made everyone aware about Borouge’s plastics solutions, their novel packaging plastic material and how the students can recycle the plastic waste at homes. They showed the printed nomenclature over plastic products and told which all are the most dangerous. The session was followed by a quiz and all students actively participated in it. The resource persons were thanked for imparting their valuable information about plastic waste and the winners of the related quiz were congratulated. The students promised to become responsible and implement their ideas to make the least possible use of plastic and follow the tips shared by them.

Webinar on Tree Plantation and Organic farming

To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables especially grown in the arena of own home garden is one of the best ways to stay hale and hearty, therefore to create awareness about the significance of not only consumption of organic food but also the plantation of terrace gardening among the mothers of our dear students and teachers an educative and informative webinar on Organic Terrace Gardening was initiated by our honourable Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak on the occasion of Vanmahotsav on 25th July 2020. The online session in the evening commenced with the welcome of well renowned Prof. Surendera Singh, a Professor in Department of Biological Science in Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, an ex-visiting scientist in Jacob Israel and in the institute of Hydrobiology in China by our revered Principal Ma'am Ms. Rooma Pathak. Prof. Surendera Singh emphasized that the effect of Covid 19 can be countered by doing organic farming and having pesticide free healthy food grown at home as it will boost immunity and longevity. Prof Surendera's guidance laid emphasis on the preventive measures to be taken on plantation of fruits and vegetables at home. Prof shared his experiences of Israel and China and also signified the importance of healthy diet, antioxidants, beta carotene and expressed his fruitful views that the organic terrace farming and balcony farming can be done easily at home if one has strong determination and dedication. Requirement of sunlight, air water earthen pots, plastic buckets, sprayer whatever available at home can be used and kitchen waste dried leaves, garden soil mixed with buttermilk can be used as compost. Plants can be grown from seeds at home and Navgreha Vatika can be initiated as well as turned into exciting profession . After a short question answer round with mothers of our dear students and teachers the session ended with heartfelt thanks to the respected prof. Surendera Singh for such an inspirational and motivational webinar which due to stringent efforts of our Principal Ma'am was possible. Indeed, this session was worthy to attend and valuable as it helped all to be more careful with our food choices especially if they are grown at our own home. Thus, the message Pesticide free farming Leads to healthy living was very well highlighted.

A Webinar on Connections Inner Realm with outer Realm

“Talent gives wings to dreams, desires and endless opportunities” Talent of acting is the most effective and wonderful way to enact emotions as it not only helps to brings about changes and transformations in the mindset of people but also helps them to be aware of themselves, therefore to polish and nurture the hidden talent of students a webinar on Connections Inner Realm with outer Realm for pupils from class IX to XII was organized by our respected Principal Ma’am Mrs. Rooma Pathak on Saturday July 4th 2020 . The online session started in evening with the welcome of not only the noted Bollywood actor and producer Mr. Rahul Bagga, well known for his role as a supporting actor in the films Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, Kissebaaz and many more., but also Theatre consultant actress as well as writer Mrs. Balaji Gauri by our reverred Principal Ma’am .The eminent actor Mr Rahul Bagga started this online session by creating awareness among our dear students on how to identify their hidden talent and also by advising them how to utilize this lockdown time fruitfully by focusing more on the morning exercises of Pranayama etc. so that they may keep themselves recharged and rejuvenated throughout the day. Ms. Balaji Gauri the well-known Theatre Consultant also laid emphasis on creativity and importance of imagination. She also helped the students to have belief in themselves that their better personalities definitely can create various path of opportunities. The students also asked their queries about how acting can be taken as a career and they even shared their thoughts about acting. Thus, the session ended with motivation and inspiration for the students. It was indeed gratification to our distinguished Principal Ma’am for organizing this enriching and wonderful session.

A Fruitful Webinar on How to Combat Stress and Anxiety in Lockdown and how are Students Affected

Current times are stressful as well as fearful due to insecurity caused by pandemic, therefore on Doctor's Day Wednesday 1st July an initiative of great stress reliever webinar on how to combat stress during this lockdown period for parents, teachers and students of class IX to XII was organised by our honourable Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak. The online session commenced with the welcome of noted and competent Dr. Anjuman Nayar, a leading psychologist dealing in child psychology by our revered Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak followed by her qualitative informative talk with students on how to deal with Internal and External factors that leads to stress. Dr. Anjuman Nayar also laid emphasis on various techniques and technologies to deal with Anxiety Disorders, Depression and Frustration which generally the students come across because of being confined to home due to pandemic. Her enriching words and tips to students that firstly they should enjoy and relish every tit bits of life like every morsel of food, feel the tinkling of water while bathing etc., secondly to take out ME TIME means to keep at least thirty minutes in a day for themselves. Thirdly to be focused to do meditation by concentrating on the exercises of pranayama., Fourthly on to handle fear by being responsible, creative and by learning new skills like a small child, fifth to HALT THOUGHTS OF ANGER, HUNGER, LONELINESS. The leading psychologist also motivated the students on how to be stress free by maintaining a journal and writing down atleast ten positive points about themselves, to have a positive self-talk , to have a spiritual armour and finally not to be categorised as victims but to create something new rather than doing only known things. Thus, the whole session was full of optimism and pragmatism. Respected Dr. Anjuman Nayar expressed her gratefulness and thankfulness to our honourable Principal Ma'am for her strenuous efforts in showing her concern for students, teachers and parents during these difficult times by organising this informative and educative webinar on stress management. The whole MMPS fraternity as well as the team of students were highly grateful to the noblest Doctor Anjuman Nayar a leading psychologist who with her inspirational information on how to tackle stress and depression solved many inhibitions and apprehensions of our dear students. Thanks to our respected Principal Ma'am for such a great endeavour.

Educative Webinar on Role of Parents in Nurturing Today’s Generation.

“There are two gifts we should give our children. One is roots and the other is wings.”

The roots of rich culture and tradition by the parents to their children gives wings to their dreams and to strengthen upon this fact, one and only reverred and highly esteemed as well as distinguished guest, Dr. Kiran Bedi was invited and welcomed as a mentor to guide our dear parents and teachers on Role of Parents in Nurturing Today's Generation by our honourable   Principal Ma'am Mrs. Rooma Pathak on a pleasant evening of 5 June 2020.

Highly treasured guest of the evening connected with parents by mentoring them with golden parenting skills that Parents as first and foremost teacher should teach social skills as well as maintain healthy relationship with them in congenial and conflict free environment at home. Honorable Dr. Kiran Bedi even stressed that inculcation of mathematical techniques can make their offsprings brain stronger.  Her appreciable tips about ingraining values of empathy, choosing a good company based on integrity and honesty will definitely help their child to become a better human being. Ma’am also imparted valuable knowledge on how to change the thought process of their child that instead of believing in the saying, “I Will Work Hard and Be Happy, To Achieve Success”; they should believe in “I am Happy and Will Work Hard To Achieve Success” as this will encourage their child to learn the value of happiness because “Happiness is key to success”.

The Webinar extended with warm exchange of words of reverred Dr. Kiran Bedi with Director Sir and Principal Ma'am and later on concluded with her message to dear parents during these challenging times to face the situation fearlessly with patience.

Immense gratification was expressed to the current  Lieutenant Governor  of Puducherry and winner of many prestigious awards Dr. Kiran Bedi by our reverred Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak  for some for her beneficial parenting and  schooling tips on  holistic development of a child which was given at this enriching session that was  relevant direction to all the parents and teachers as well.

Online Interactive Session

Knowledge and Competency Mission….Enhanced through Instructive Interactive Session.

Everybody is standing on crossroads at the juncture of difficult times with  loads  of pessimism and to  wipe out  the negative thoughts especially which is  surrounding students nowadays, an initiative of  Online Interactive Session was organised by our Director Sir, Mr. Somesh  Rishi Pathak and Principal Ma’am, Mrs. Rooma Pathak  for students of classes XI and XII  on 20th May 2020 at 11.30 am on the most significant and relevant topic “Optimism the  Need of Hour” which was presided by Mr. Inderpal Singh, the noted Bollywood actor  who has acted not only in National Awarded Hindi Films like Khosla Ka Ghosla, Vicky Donor but also in Punjabi films like Ardab Mudiar, Mukhtiar Chadha and many more.

The session began with a warm welcome of Mr. Inderpal Singh by our revered Principal Ma’am Mrs. Rooma Pathak. The great writer, poet in this educative and informative session gave motivational answers to the questions asked by the students. He guided them to find happiness within themselves and keep on praying as well as be connected to God during these crucial times. He motivated the students to be focused towards their goals during these difficult times as it is a passing phase which will also pass if one keeps optimistic attitude.

Thus, this enriching and fruitful webinar concluded with vote of thanks given by our Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak to the esteemed and distinguished guest Mr. Inderpal Singh.

Happy International Family Day

"The Family is center of life & it is the key to Eternal Happiness".

The live heaven can be witnessed only in a loving family. Family is one of nature's masterpieces.It is a compass that guides us.The memories we make with family is everything.

The wondrous families of little MMPians are the happy ones celebrating "INTERNATIONAL FAMILY DAY" on May 15th '20.

Indeed all Blissful families rejoicing in ecstasy.

Your Appreciation our Motivation

“To speak gratitude is courteous and pleasant, to enact gratitude is generous and noble, but to live gratitude is to touch Heaven.” – Johannes Gaertner

#mmps #Thankyou #Apprecation #BestEfforts #Motivated #LovingThis #SameMotive #ChildrenGrowth #LoveForThem

Happy Mothers Day

“माँ” The most beautiful word in the world, which oozes warmth, care and love. The person who gives us the gift of life, who spends endless nights looming in her eyes dreams of our success and has nothing but love to offer.

MMPS salutes to all moms and thanks for their endless, selfless love and care.

Tiny tots also celebrated it in their own way, they made beautiful cake for their mother under the guidance of their father, made ‘BEST MOM’ badges for their mothers, prepared a surprise healthy breakfast for their mothers.

Littler MMPians celebrated Mother’s Day with great happiness and exhilaration.

#mmps #HappyMotherDay #SalutetoalMoms #MayMothersLiveLong #LotsofLovetoallMoms

Health Mela

‘The human body is the best picture of the human soul’.

To promote Fit India Movement launched by honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narender Modi, an initiative to bring revolution in the arena of fitness and to raise awareness regarding the pre-requisites, preventions and cures related to various aspects of physical fitness, a ‘Health Mela’ was organized on 18th January, 2020 in the school premises in collaboration with Shri Gautam Foundation, Max Health Care, Artemis Hospital and Mission Jan Jagriti (NGO). The fair started with a Lamp Lightning Ceremony by our Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak, our Principal Madam Mrs. Rooma Pathak along with the dignitaries Dr. Ashok Jhingan, Dr. Nandini Dadu, Dr. Anita Khokhar, Dr. Neeraj Jain, Dr. N.K. Bhatia, Dr. Damini Bhasin, Dr. S.K. Narang, Dr. Soni, Dr. Parvej, Dr. Hatwal, Mr. Sunil Bansal (MD, Shri Gautam Foundation), Mr. Yogesh Pant (Shri Gautam Foundation), Mr. Sushant  Mathur (Artemis Hospital), Mr. Shashank Gulati (MAX Healthcare) and poets Gorakhpuri ji, Manju ji and KK Rajasthani ji. They were also welcomed and honoured with token of appreciation given by our Director Sir and Principal Madam. Later on, Ganesh Vandana and Welcome Song by the students of class IV to VIII promoted the beginning of the program followed by Yoga performance and Hasya Kavi Sammelan which enthralled the visitors.

The fair included Free Health Check-ups like ECG, Eye Screening, Acupressure and Dental Checkups by the renowned doctors of the city. They also created awareness on sensitive issues like First Aid, Sports Injury, Healthy Life Style and Breast Cancer. Our Director Sir and many parents as well as teachers donated blood in Blood Donation Camp which was a distinctive feature of Health Mela.

Moreover, the students and teachers had put up different stalls on eatables and recreational games. The fair provided knowledge about adopting healthy life style among the visitors. The fair was a huge success as it not only provided a platform to avail free health check-ups but also inculcated new information about prevention of different diseases.

Thus, the endeavors taken by M.M.P.S family proved fruitful and enriching.

CBSE Inspection for extension of affiliation

Inspection held in school on 12th February 2020 showing the state of the art Infrastructure, Activities done on daily basis and most important part of school Academics.

A Sanskritik Jharoka – Bharat Darshan

The Pre – Primary wing set the stage on fire with their scintillating performance on the event “A SANSKRITIK JHAROKHA, Bharat Darshan”. The audience was left spellbound by the phenomenal performance.

Revered Principal Ma’am Ms. Rooma Pathak and Honorable director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak lighted the ceremonial lamp. Madam Principal also addressed and emphasized on the school’s Learners - centric approach, ensuring its students maximum exposure to the various co – scholastic activities being done in the school.

The event was concluded with a warm vote of thanks extended by the Pre – Primary Co – Ordinator Ms. Vrinda Seth followed by National Anthem.

The enthralling sequential array propagated the waves of togetherness, brotherhood and ‘Unity and Diversity’ amongst all the spectators.




Mahatma Gandhi believed that joy of exploring whole new world with creative efforts is unmatched. To commemorate the 150th Birth anniversary of our very own ‘Father of the Nation- Mahatma Gandhi’ and to give the younger generation a golden opportunity to present their creativity on the numerous ideas and principles on Bapu in a colorful manner, Smt. KRISHNA PATHAK MEMORIAL FIFITEENTH INTERSCHOOL PAINTING AND CRAFT COMPETITION was organized on 3rd December 2019 i.e. Tuesday in the school premises with great vigor and vivacity. A tribute to our founder late Smt. Krishna Pathak was paid through Lamp Lightning ceremony. The sacred lights were lighted by the honorable chief guest, the visual artist Ms. Nandita Richi along with our revered Director Sir Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak and Principal ma’am Mrs. Rooma Pathak. It was followed by the token of appreciation given to the chief guest by our respectable Principal ma’am Ms. Rooma Pathak.

Around 4985 students from various schools of Delhi and NCR  equipped with colors and brushes participated and showed the power of creation through their master strokes of imagination and brought back the memories of Gandhi Ji alive by displaying the true art of painting in Painting & Craft Competition.

The chief guest Ms. Nandita Richi was overwhelmed to see such creativity and praised all the participants for their unique style of art. The Principal ma’am and Director Sir were also exhilarated and enraptured to see little hands painting the ideas of simple living of Gandhi Ji in their innovative style.

Thus, SMT. KRISHNA PATHAK MEMORIAL FIFTEENTH INTERSCHOOL PAINTING AND CRAFT COMPETITION turned out to be a great success as all the young artists not only displayed their unique style of art but also presented a colorful rainbow through their innovation, making this day illustrious and remarkable in the years to come.

54th Youth Parliament Competition

“The best form of learning is, learning by doing”.

Keeping this axiom in mind the M.M. Public School conducted a session of the Youth Parliament which is an initiative of Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India. The competition was held on November 18, 2019 in the school premises and was graced by Mr. Anil Kumar, Under Secretary, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Mr. Bratin Sengupta, ex-MP, Rajya Sabha.

The event opened with honoring of the guests. The students then carried out a mock parliamentary session, containing of total of nine legislative businesses like Oath Taking, Obituary Reference, Question Hour, Breach of Privilege, Bill Introduction, Zero Hour etc. The parliamentary session was followed by address to the students by both the guests who appreciated and lauded the participants. The day concluded with the announcement of results wherein, eight participants were shortlisted for giving an award-winning performance. The event was successfully concluded.


Mr. Vikas Dagar, a foremost Para Athlete and winner of three Gold Medals at Grand Prix Event, Tunisia in 2014. Besides being a great sportsman, he is one of the finest educators as well.It was a matter of immense pleasure when the students of Class X and XI got an opportunity to interact with him.

Lion King

Spectacular musical play ‘The Lion King‘ by class- III,IV and V performed during 50th Founder's Day on 11th December 2018.

Lion King

Spectacular musical play ‘The Lion King‘ by class- III,IV and V performed during 50th Founder's Day on 11th December 2018.

I am Blue

A colourful  programme  ‘I Am Blue’ where blue world was created by by tiny tots of classes L.K.G and U.K.G during the Annual Function 2018 on 11th December 2018 in school premises.


A foot tapping musical play ‘ Gadgets’ was staged by the players of class- I and 2 during 50th Founder's Day on 11th December 2019


A substantial and siezable performance presented by the students of class VI and VII depicting different incarnations of Lord Vishnu , a dance performance on ‘Dashavtar’ was a perfect prelude of holy bliss during 50th Founder's Day on 11th December 2018.

Make in India

Reflection of different kinds of culture and tradition was presented through Indian  fusion dances on the theme of ‘ Make in India’.  
Performance during 50th Founder's Day on 11th December 2018.

Shiv Stuti

The blessings of Lord Shiva were invoked on the golden jubilee of the school through dance performance on ‘Shiv Stuti’ which won the appreciation and applauds during 50th Founder's Day 2018 on 11th December 2018

Where the mind is without fear

A time piece performance based on the message of the poem by Rabindranath Tagore ‘ Where the mind is without fear’ by  senior wing mesmerized the audience during 50th Founder's Day on 11th December2018.





"THE FOX AND THE GRAPES" Fable Enactment By Class I

In the context of Fable week going on in the school premises the student of class I narrated a story THE FOX AND THE GRAPES. She was dressed up as a fox and narrated the story with gestures and action. Students enjoyed the story and also learnt the moral we should not despise the thing which we cannot have

"BELLING THE CAT" Fable Enactment By Class II

The students of class II narrated the story BELLING THE CAT in front of all the students on stage. One was in the character of cat and another was in the character of rat. Through this they inculcated the moral of the story that decisions have to be taken in group and co-ordination and co-operation is necessary among all of us. Students enjoyed the performance of characters on the stage. 

"AKBAR AND BIRBAL" Fable Enactment By Class IV

The students of class IV performed on the story AKBAR AND BIRBAL. One student became Akbar and there was a Birbal. There were 3 court men and the play depicted the problem solving act. The students were very enthusiastic. The students tried to put the characters of Akbar and Birbal into life again. The students also learnt the moral of the story which was if we will think wisely, we can solve problems with ease

"THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER" Fable Enactment By Class V

The students of class V performed the story THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER. Students became ant and some became grasshopper and they were enacting there story very nicely. As it is the senior most class of primary department, they depicted the moral work hard and always think for future. By working hard one can achieve anything anywhere

ISA Award Ceremony On 29.11.2016

M. M. Public School, Vasudha Enclave, PitamPura, received the prestigious British Council, International School Award (ISA) for the second time in a sparkling award ceremony held at New Delhi on Tuesday 29 November 2016. The award was conferred to revered Mrs. Rooma Pathak (Principal) and venerable Mr. Somesh Rishi Pathak (Director) in recognition of exemplary practices of Internationalism, use of ICT, creative and innovative teaching methodology, collaborations and productive learning with the schools worldwide. School started the journey of ISA in 2012 and was accredited with the ISA  Award  2013-16.

The second journey of ISA award 2016-19 was an exciting as the first one. The school with its embedded international ethos has been a great source of global exposure to the students and teachers. The school would like to thank its international partners from U.K., Srilanka and Pakistan, who collaborated constantly to complete the projects.

Celebration Of National Voters Day

National Voters Day was celebrated in our school on 25th January 2016 in the morning assembly. A speech on fundamental rights with emphasis on Right to Vote was given by Mrs. Neeru Vij (PGT Economics). It was then followed by and Oath taken by all students of classes XI and XII.

Students understood the concept of voting and its importance and were motivated for their right to vote.

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A Song On "Say No To Tobacco" - No Tobacco Day Celebration

Music Club of MMPS celebrated No Tobacco Day and to spread awareness a Song on "Say no to Tobacco" was recorded.

Lamp Lightening At MMPS Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Our innovative thinking & enhanced infrastructure ensures that all lamps in the school campus are lit by the light of knowledge. So the programme started with Lamp lightning Ceremony.

Lights remove darkness and illuminate the surroundings. Infact lights bring positivity. We saw on stage our honourable guests the deputy director of  Education Mrs. Rashmi Gahlot and  education Officer Mrs Vidya devi along with our director sir and Principal mam for lamp lightning ceremony.

Carnival Dance In Founders Day On 22-11-2013

ATHITI DEVO BHAVA! Yes, it is a matter of great honor for these tiny tots to welcome all the distinguished guests in the arena of school on this auspicious day. For these young pearls, carnival is a fair of happiness, and it is a celebration time now, as all of us are going to enjoy the excitement and exuberance, in the form of welcome dance, by the young poppy group of class L.K.G and U.K.G. So, let's give them a huge round of applause.

Lamp Lightening At MMPS Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Our innovative thinking & enhanced infrastructure ensures that all lamps in the school campus are lit by the light of knowledge. So the programme started with Lamp lightning Ceremony.

Lights remove darkness and illuminate the surroundings. Infact lights bring positivity. We saw on stage our honourable guests the deputy director of  Education Mrs. Rashmi Gahlot and  education Officer Mrs Vidya devi along with our director sir and Principal mam for lamp lightning ceremony.

Lamp Lightening At MMPS Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Our innovative thinking & enhanced infrastructure ensures that all lamps in the school campus are lit by the light of knowledge. So the programme started with Lamp lightning Ceremony.

Lights remove darkness and illuminate the surroundings. Infact lights bring positivity. We saw on stage our honourable guests the deputy director of  Education Mrs. Rashmi Gahlot and  education Officer Mrs Vidya devi along with our director sir and Principal mam for lamp lightning ceremony.

Tandav Dance On Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Dance forms are expressions of emotions. Various postures and mudras reflect sentiments, even our Hindu Gods used to adopt various dancing styles to exhibit their strong feelings. Today the students of class 11th are going to pay homage to lord Shiva in order to appease him for peace, progress and prosperity of one and all through Tandav. It is a divine dance form which reflects anger, aggressiveness and subsequent calmness of lord Shiva who got annoyed when goddess Parvati went to her father's house without invitation. She got insulted and thus burnt herself to ashes. Lord Shiva became angry and expressed his aggressiveness through Tandav the vigorous dance.
So, please enjoy students of class 11th performing on stage to present the stuti of Shiva, with a big hand

Seasons Dance By Ist And IInd Class On Founders Day

Here we go, O-O with the seasons of the year. 

Yes, life would be monotonous, dull and boring without the variation in seasons. In fact they are a source of happiness and rejuvenation. The most prominent seasons are summer, winter, spring and rainy. Different kinds of seasons depict different kind of moods and aspirations. 

Today we all will enjoy the aspects of all different seasons on one platform enacted by the students of class Ist and IInd. So, let us welcome these little pearls and twinkling stars with a loud cheering

Japanese Fan, African And Russian Dance By MMPians

In present scenario, the whole concept of education has changed. It is based now days on globalization and linking the whole world together by sharing culture and tradition. Even the same pattern is being followed by our school which has stretched its arms to different international organizations like British council to knit the world together. The same theme is being reflected in the rhythm of world whose essence also is to bridge the gap between different nations and focus more on unity and solidarity. Lets begin with Japanese Fan Dance which you know symbolizes that Japanese make fan out of ostrich feathers, along with Tribal Dance of Africa and then Russian dance.

Jungle Dance By MMPians On Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Jungle, jungle phool khila hai

aaj humare bachon ka mela pholo ki phulwari main chala hai. 

Let all of us visit jungle today with the students of class 3, 4 and 5 and enjoy the fable of Mougly and Sherkhan.The story begins with Sher Khan who is in thirst of human blood and in search of Mougly who is a human in animal disguise.Mougly turns the destiny and kills Sherkhan instead.The whole animal kingdom becomes happy on the killing of Sherkhan.There is a celebration time on the victory of good over evil.Mougly grows strong and stirdy like Tarzan and dances with Jane to celebrate this happiness.Let us all be in the company of cartoon characters and enjoy the jungle scene by being in the lap of nature. So let's welcome these young party animals whole heartedly

Annual Report Read By Principal Mam On Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Annual Report Read by Principal mam on Founders Day on 22-11-2013 

Ashoka Dance On Founders Day On 22-11-2013

History is not complete without the study of the great historical figure King Ashoka who followed Buddhism after seeing the mass destruction during the Kalinga war. Though this piece starts with women of Kalinga blaming Ashoka for the death of their husbands and children during Kalinga war. How he was always fascinated with swords as a kid and grew up high to fight for power and fought with his step brother SUSHIM who also wanted to rule Kalinga. Yet in the end following Buddhism by Ashoka gives a powerful message of non- violence, peace and brotherhood, which is necessary in present scenario.
"Buddham saranam gachchami
Sangam sharanam gachchami."

Bhangra By MMPians Of Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Bhangra by MMPians of Founders Day on 22-11-2013 

Annual Prize Distribution On Founders Day On 22-11-2013

Our eminent chief guest Dr. Kiran Bedi gave away the prizes to the deserving students to appreciate their efforts and influence other students to do well and get on the stage.

Finale Of All Dances On Founders Day On 22-11-2013

And last but not the least the finale of all the dances..............

Janamshtmi Celebration By MMPians

Primary students of classes LKG to V celebrated Janamashtami. Students visited Iskon Temple, Punjabi Bagh and taken blessing of Krishna. All the students participated by chanting Hare Krishna and dancing on the bhajan sung by Panditji. Students put money in donation box and gave flowers for Krishna. Then everybody got prashad which was also enjoyed much by students.

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