Deepalaya School, Gusbethi is one of the two formal schools of Deepalaya, recognized by the Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE). The annual investiture ceremony at Deepalaya School, Gusbethi for the academic session 2018-19 was held on 7th August 2018. The event was presided over by the principal of the school, and was conducted with high degree of earnestness and passion.
The entire ceremony signified the reliance and confidence that the school entrusts to the newly elected office bearers of the “students’ council” (consisting of the head boy, head girl, deputy head boy/girl, house captains, and sports captains). Donning the mettle of accountability, the students pledged to conduct their duties with utmost sincerity.
The principal reminded the students that by assuming responsibilities and bestowing it in best of their abilities would create better citizens for the years to come. The students’ council took the pledge to uphold Deepalaya’s motto ‘Enabling Self Reliance’ with loyalty, truth and esteem. The members of the newly elected students’ council were honoured by the principal, headmaster, Mr. Ajay Gupta, Mr. Shiju Mammen, Mr. Rahul and few senior teachers.
It is not uncommon that we witness visitors from various companies at our education centers across Delhi-NCR. Around 15 people from Dun & Bradstreet Information Services India Pvt. Ltd. (MNC dealing in data and analytics solutions and products) had visited Deepalaya Learning Centre, Sanjay Colony on 19th June. On that day, besides eatable and gifts, they also gave 45 stationery sets which consisted of pens, pencils, erasers, and sharpeners. Since it was difficult to distribute 45 sets amongst all the students enrolled at the centre, we decided to give the gifts to those who have registered maximum attendance in their classes.
On 2nd August 2018, during the morning assembly at DLCSC, 15 students from classes UGK to II were given pencil sets, and 9 students from tuition classes were given pen sets based on their attendance and performance in the class. The students who come in the afternoon batch were given the items in their respective classes. The idea was to encourage and motivate all the students to come regularly to the centre. All students were very happy to receive the prizes.