Our Success Story
Dundlod Public School for Excellence Since our establishment, we have been continuously honoured with the first prize in both Independence Day and the Republic Day parade held at headquarter confirming our belief in building disciplined and decent citizens. Given our unique process of imparting education and inculcating good manners and etiquette in our students, we have been every now and then felicitated by local administration reflecting our stress on working at grass root.
News & Events
School starts XI class (provisional) on 29 April 2021
Harshit Sandilya student of class XII got 99.515 Percentile in JEE Mains Phase 2 March 2021 Examination.
Admissions open for session 2021-22 for classes Nursery to IX and XI
Aryan, Divya Saini and Garv Sharma make it to the INSPIRE award- MANAK Scheme selection list 2020-2021.
Aryan & Divya Saini students of class 9th and Garv Sharma student of Class 6th, registered their comprehensive selection to the INSPIRE (Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research) award -MANAK (Million Minds Augmenting National Aspirations and Knowledge) scheme 2020-2021 with their innovative and scientific ideas. They have to materialize their ideas and get their working models ready for the upcoming District Level Exhibition and Project Competition (DLEPC). The DSS dignitaries and DPS staffers applauded them and wished them good luck for the next competitive round.
In a bid to enthuse with and sensitize about the rich Indian constitution, the school got an online quiz competition held under four groups where a many participant submitted their responses online putting their pertaining knowledge to test. Making them aware of country’s constitution would invariably shape them into socially worthwhile citizens with a moral fibre who would take the nation to unsurpassed glory where others revere it. The winners to be felicitated the day the school runs physically.
Riding high on the topics earmarked under online co-curricular activity on the occasion of Diwali, a surfeit of students with a creative leverage showcased their propensity for imagination and gave a phenomenal touch to the activities they participated in. Racking their brains class KG1 and KG2 students took part in the fancy dress competition, class I to V prepared fabulous and mesmerizing greeting cards, class VI to VIII students were vocal for local where they decorated and painted earthen DIYAS whereas class IX to XII students posed a difficult stance for jurors by preparing spellbound RANGOLI. The winners will receive accolades once the school starts running physically.
With intent to give a vent to the artistic flair of students, the school organized an online co-curricular activity on the occasion of National Education Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of independent India. Seemingly agog for the competition, a plethora of students registered themselves for the competition. Classes I to III wrote slogans in either Hindi or English to highlight the great significance of one being literate, classes IV and V participated in drawing and painting, classes VI to VII made posters in either Hindi or English and classes IX to XII took part in drawing and painting competition. The winners will be receiving accolades on the school getting physically open.
Showing veneration to the great souls, the school organized an online co-curricular activity on the occasion of Mahatama Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti where the participants were asked to send their entries. Group – A that incorporated classes KG1 to 1st had the Fancy Dress Competition, Group- B that encompassed classes 2nd to 5th was asked to participate in the Drawing Competition, Group-C that covered classes 6th to 8th proved their mettle in the Speech Delivery Competition and Group-D that covered classes 9th to 12th were exposed to the Letter Writing Competition. Latching on to the opportunity given, a bevy of students participated and there was a deluge of entries and the jury was taken aback by the neck and neck fighting spirit among participants. The winners of each group are to be felicitated, once the school runs physically.
Placing students under three categories viz. 1st to 5th, 6th to 8th and 9th to 12th, school got an online quiz competition conducted on the occasion of National Sports Day. Upto- the-minute sports and games knowledge was put to test. The participants had a whale of a time at having participated in it. The winners in each category will be felicitated when the school reopens physically.
Dundlod Public School, Dundlod, Rajasthan, COVID-19 Protections
Government is following a phased unlocking of activities. This would also involve partial resumption of activities in the school for students of class 9th to 12th on a voluntary basis for taking guidance from their teachers and this would be allowed from 21st September, 2020 subject to the written consent from the parents/guardians, The students out of the containment zone shall be allowed in the school for guidance. Let us see how our school has prepared itself for it :
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The school is built in a congenial lush green area. The campus sprawls over 18 acres of land and is surrounded by scenic beauty of the Dundlod sand hill. Separate imposing buildings have been raised to accommodate all the four sections. The Pre-primary section building runs classes KG1 & KG2. The Primary section block runs classes from I to V. Secondary and Senior Secondary classes are being held in the Main Academic Block, which is fully equipped with upgraded biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics & computer science labs, projector room, audio visual room, smart class rooms and English language lab. The school has well ventilated spacious classrooms, fitted with white boards and close circuit cameras.