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Posted On: Friday, February 23, 2018

Title: Matribhasha Diwas

As per the Circular No. Acad -05/2018 we celebrated Matribhasha Diwas .A special assembly was conducted where the children explained

the significance of their mother tongue. The children recited  poems in their own mother tongue.All the people present in the assembly were

not well versed with the all linguistics so the students even explained their poems in English.


Class 1 ,Class 2 and Class 3 demonstrated the welcoming of the guest in their matribhasha.


It seemed that the entire fraternity was experiencing  “Unity in Diversity” in true meaning.


As per the Circular No. Acad -05/2018 we celebrated Matribhasha Diwas .A special assembly was conducted where the children explained the significance of their mother tongue. The children recited  poems in their own mother tongue.All the people present in the assembly were not well versed with the all linguistics so the students even explained their poems in English.

Class 1 ,Class 2 and Class 3 demonstrated the welcoming of the guest in their matribhasha.

It seemed that the entire fraternity was experiencing  “Unity in Diversity” in true meaning.

Posted On: Thursday, February 22, 2018

Title: Republic Day Celebration



Today on 25th January 2018 as per the Circular by Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi Directorate of Education: School branch Old Secretariat, Delhi  

School Principal Mrs Avneet Kaur read out the message of the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister Shri Manish Sisodia in the presence of the students & staff members and subsequently, read the Preamble of the Constitution of India together, in the assembly.

During the first period, there was a discussion held in all the classes on the vision of the Indian Society as mentioned in the Preamble of the Constitution. Subject teachers were prepared with the topic and had conducted a knowledgeable discussion with studednts about the Preamble in their classes.

Posted On: Thursday, January 25, 2018

Title: World of Animals

Posted On: Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Title: Jet Toy Challenge - Again Winner in Navi Mumbai

Posted On: Friday, December 22, 2017

Title: Vigilance Awareness week

Vigilance Awareness Week

Ghansoli-3rd Nov 2017:

“No legacy is so rich as honesty”:   William Shakespeare

If you have integrity nothing else matters.

Vigilance Awareness Week is observed in ASP Public School Ghansoli from 30st October to 4th November 2017. The Vigilance Awareness Week started with an “Integrity pledge” taken by the students and the staff on 30th Oct at 11 a. m. under the leadership of the Principal. She then briefed about the various activities that would be conducted during the week.

   On 1st November a slogan writing competition was held for 8th std students. Innumerable slogans were written by the students on ‘My Vision- Corruption free India’ The students took part with lot of zealousness. Some of the slogans were very inspiring. The students painted beautiful slogans like for eg. RIP CORRUPTION: 1947 to 2017. Which is very beautifully painted by master Viraj Jain with background design. It won the 1st prize. The 2nd and 3rd prized slogans are painted by Ms Sakshi Kangude and Sakshi Shinde respectively. The consolation prized slogan written by Aman Ranjan is  also equally interesting.

 On 2nd November an elocution competition was conducted for 9th standard. Several students took part in the elocution competition. Everybody expressed their views on how corruption can be curbed and eradicated from the system. The first prize winner Ms Arpita Jena opined that online transactions without involving the real currency can curb the corruption. The second prize winners, Omkar Pisal and Prajakta gave their views on how they can resist and not comply with the corrupt people and curb the bribing. The third prize winner Amol Khatri also expressed his view on how it is giving bad impression about our country in the world. All the students were asked to express their opinion on making India corrupt free.

  The Principal Ms Avneet Kaur addressed the students. She firstly defined the word ‘Corruption’. Then she elucidated that corruption starts from greed. Greed to have more, more than the means one has. She then advised the students that they should not create a situation for their parents to yield to corruption to fulfil the unending demands. She said that the students are the future citizens of India, they should pave a path of honesty and Integrity for themselves and take the nation to its glory.


Posted On: Thursday, November 16, 2017

Title: Letter to Delhi Schools regarding Pollution


ASP Public School student’s council held special assembly and expressed their concern for the students of Delhi and NCR. They also held talks on how the young generation can contribute in raising awareness. The student council got together with other schools asking to share their ideas on reducing pollution.

They even wrote a letter to all the students of Delhi NCR expressing their heartfelt empathy and deep concern over the pollution in Delhi. The students of ASP Public School believe that they should “cherish life and share sufferings “together. They conveyed that they will hold their hand tight so that they stand unshaken in this time.


The students of Delhi

I write this letter to express my deep concern over the pollution in Delhi. With the mercy of God we express our most sincere concern for all the brothers and sisters, with the belief that we should “cherish life and share sufferings”. We are all with your to hold your hands tight so that we stand unshaken in this time. My heart fills with empathy when I think of all the children growing up in Delhi.

As we open the newspaper every morning the news and the statistics of Delhi’s smoggy atmosphere blare at us. Instantly it makes us to mull over it. We all know that day by day the smog, the pollution is on the rise. We feel concerned over these things. We are compelled to think about our dear brothers and sisters who are breathing in smoky chamber. As to that effect we have a few suggestions to be followed to make Delhi a better place to live.

Each of us can plant one tree and adopt it as our own sibling. We will be responsible for its growth. We can recycle the waste because it also poses threat of toxins getting in our ground water and wells and is disturbing the food chain. We can start this from our school and home. We can use wet and dry dustbins so that the wet waste can be decomposed and used as fertilizers. Try to take a walk to school rather than taking the bus or car once a week. Drop by drop makes an ocean. It is never too late to begin. We students can bring in revolution to make this mother earth a better place to live. The rivers which enjoyed revered status in our cultural heritage have now become a dumping ground. We can collect all the religious wastes decompose to fertilizers. It is well said that charity begins at home we students have to take the one step.

It is time for us to take responsibility for our actions. It’s important to act now.

In conclusion we students should take the control of the environmental issues concerning pollutions as we are present and future generations.


Students of


Posted On: Thursday, November 16, 2017

Title: Admission opens for 2018-2019

Posted On: Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Title: Introduction of "DEAR"

Books plays an important role in our life. It is said to be the best companion who never betray us in any situation of life. We gain knowledge, joy, wisdom from them. They help us to travel in a world of imagination. A well read man is a store house of information. Our principal madam Ms. AVNEET Kaur introduced DEAR (DROP EVERYTHING AND READ)According to DEAR anytime during the day at any moment the students were asked to stop everything and read the story books which was given to them from the library. By adopting this theory we found that the children started intellectual and emotional pleasure while they read through books. This was applied in every class. Pupils started enjoying reading as this helped them to get into a different world as books are the voices of the wisdom,past and present.This now became a regular practice in ASP Public School.This was the best workout of the brain .Our Principal on the literacy week gave the best consolation ,inspiration to the children by introducing DEAR..Now everyday our children are fueling their imagination ,they are getting connected with others in a better way. There is vast improvement in their writing skills. So it is always said that Good books are mighty of all creations.

Posted On: Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Title: Admission Form 2018-2019

Please download the file for Admission form 2018-2019

Posted On: Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Title: Independence Day Celebration

Posted On: Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Title: Janmastami Celebration

Posted On: Monday, August 14, 2017


Posted On: Saturday, August 5, 2017

Title: Second Rank in Yoga Competition

Kanak Sharma 

Posted On: Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Title: English Week Celebration

Posted On: Friday, June 23, 2017

Title: International Yoga Day 2017-2018



Plot No 8, Sector 9, Ghansoli


International Day of Yoga


Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015. Yoga is a physical, mental, and/or spiritual practice attributed mostly to India. The Indian Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi in his UN address suggested the date of 21 June as the International Yoga Day.

In an effort to participate actively in the International Yoga Day, ASP Public School,Ghansoli organized Yoga Sessions for the students on 21st June 2017 under the guidance of the yoga teacher, Ms Prajakta Khowale, who has won National Championship in Yoga for 10 times and who is also an International Yoga Artist. Her consistent record has also earned her ‘Best Yoga player’ award of Maharashtra. The students were educated on the importance of Yoga. They were explained that yoga helps in maintaining not only physical and mental health but also a healthy social life. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. By changing their lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help can enhance their well-being.

The students were taught various Asanasas per common yoga protocols in the school premises. Overwhelming performance of class 3 students by performing group of asanas and making Lotus formation, Yoga Pyramid and SuryaNamaskar won hearts of everyone.Students of grade 7 gave example of “Where there’s a will, there’s a way”by performing Deep Yoga which needs lot of concentration by keeping lightened lamp on their forehead.

The Principal, Ms Avneet Kaur, discussed and demonstrated some ways and dimensions of different types of Asanas. She counted many benefits of early rising and practicing yoga.She also pointed out how it helps students to memorize things and understand a concept along with its context. They were made aware of the relevance of the yoga in daily life.She said that yoga is the scientific way of living healthy. It strengthens the immune system. It brings a divine glow on the face and makes us wise.

The school acknowledged CBSE for inculcating Yoga as a part of the syllabus. It was a fun and healthy session and everybody enjoyed it.

Posted On: Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Title: Nutrition Week


Plot No 8, Sector 9, Ghansoli



12th june 2017 – 16th june 2017


Nutrition week is of great importance and is observed in the country every year. It was conceived by the Food and Nutrition Board in the year 1982 as an annual event.

ASP Public School, Ghansoli, organised the nutrition week from  12th June 2017-16th June 2017.All the children from class 1st to10th participated in the event. This one week involves the fruit stalls for class 1st  to 3rd  and different competitions like salad making, nutrition value of the salads, making diet plan for one day  were organised. Through stalls children of class 1st  to 3rd  were made aware of different currencies, use of weighing machine while purchasing fruits, importance of avoiding plastic bags and above all they told of the nutrition and vitamins of the fruits. Senior students expounded junior students about the reason for eating fruits and their nutritional values. They were told about the vitamins and minerals present in many fruits.

Principal Ms Avneet Kaur motivated the children and teachers about the important tips of their health and well being. They were made aware  of their food groups and balanced diet from which they can get good nutrition. She also evaluated the appropriate techniques to prevent and control the nutritional problems.

The basic objective was to intensify awareness  on the importance of nutrition for health which has an impact on development, productivity, economic growth and ultimately national development.

Posted On: Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Title: Investiture Ceremony 2017-2018


Plot No 8, Sector 9, Ghansoli



2017 – 2018


The Investiture ceremony is one of the memorable events of every new academic

year. This makes every child to discover the leadership in them.

“Leaders are the role models who inspire the followers and motivate them to reach

the target of success”.

No one is born a leader but one can be a leader by shouldering responsibilities and

inspiring others.

On 10th June 2017, ASP Public School ,Ghansoli held its Annual Investiture

Ceremony heralding in a new set of school students’ council members to bestow

upon them responsibilities and to inculcate leadership qualities in them. The school

Head Boy, Head Girl, House Captains and Prefects were invested ceremoniously to

the students’ council for the academic session 2017-18.


The ceremony commenced with the inspirational speech of the Principal Ms.Avneet

Kaur followed by the distribution of badges ,sashes and flags to the member of the

 student council. The Principal administered the oath to the members of the council

 wherein they pledged to discharge the duties diligently and uphold the unique

values of ASP Public School to serve as perfect role models for the students community.

In her address, the Principal, Ms.Avneet Kaur congratulated all the school

appointees and hoped that the office bearers would set an example of leadership

and strive to shoulder the responsibilities. In her speech , she laid special emphasis

on maintaining discipline in the school and advised them to be ideal leaders with a

crystal clear vision in mind. She concluded her speech with the hope that the

students’ council of 2017-18 would bring about remarkable changes and be the best

students’ council so far.

The ceremony culminated with the vote of thanks followed by the National Anthem.



Posted On: Tuesday, June 20, 2017


Posted On: Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Title: Uniform details for Academic year 2018-19

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday - Regular uniform

Wednesday - House Uniform

Saturday:- Sports Uniform

Posted On: Monday, November 14, 2016

Title: Affiliation of ASP Public School

Posted On: Thursday, November 3, 2016

Title: Work Shop on CCE






Speaker-Ms.Rina Singh

From the panel of CBSE ( The national educational board of Government of India for policy making) and the master trainer for CCE system (the new evaluation system of CBSE) across 500 schools of Rajasthan. At present, she is the mentor for numerous schools in the CCE implementation process. She is a part of the following committee of CBSE Social Science, Theatre Studies, Value Education, Project Development,Integration of Co-scholastic Area,Making of Board Question Papers of Social Science,Mathematics,Business studies and Theatre Studies.

At Present,she is the Principal of G.D.GOENKA PUBLIC SCHOOL,GHAZIABAD.

Other members include Ms.Pooja chaddha and Ms.Pooja Agarwal to assist her.

Our Honourable Chairperson Ms.Harpreet Kaur and Our Respected Principal Ms.Avneet Kaur made an effort to well trained their teachers on “Pedagogy” to bring about a change in the assessment patterns in schools ’Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation’ (CCE) which has been implemented by CBSE, with the objective of equipping teachers with the necessary skills and expertise to implement CCE well in their schools.


A recent training workshop has been conducted at HOTEL SUPREME HERITAGE,VASHI,NAVI MUMBAI on 7th and 8th june 2016.

 The Training Workshop was attended by Honourable chairperson Ms.Harpreet kaur, Respected Principal Ms.Avneet Kaur and all the teachers of ASP PUBLIC SCHOL,NAVI MUMBAI. The workshop in addition to reinforcing the value of CCE, addressed classroom transactions, different types of assessment, (particularly formative and summative assessment), designing questions, the teaching and assessment of life skills and attitudes documentation and recording.

The training workshop began with a warm welcome by our respected Principal Ms.Avneet Kaur.

Ms.Rina Singh then opened the session by welcoming the participants, asking participants to introduce themselves by adding an adjective before their names.She then went on to the session, highlighted the pedagogy, meaning, features and concepts of CCE with the help of slides, handouts and activities followed by different stages of assessment and the features of formative and summative assessments with the help of the activities. This interactive and highly informative workshop is aimed at encouraging teachers to eventually own the concept of CCE. Teachers have been given hands on experience to evaluate a role play working with a given topic, and also through planning designing inter disciplinary projects. The sessions on assessing Life skills, Attitudes and Values, Tools and Techniques and Documenting & Record Keeping is found to be very helpful and of value by most of the teachers.

Our teachers said "The sessions kept us all fully engrossed and have been very enriching ". They also stated that we gained clarity on concepts of CCE & felt confident that we can implement the CCE  pattern in a more effective way in our school.

 Really, it is a great workshop, systematically organized. We enjoyed attending it".

Thank You.

With profound regards,

Ms.Avneet Kaur







Posted On: Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Title: Self Finance school scrutinized by Dist Level Committe

ASP Public School is now Self Finance school scrutinized by Dist Level Committe. For details please visit link : Page no 32


Posted On: Sunday, February 7, 2016
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