Affiliated to CBSE Delhi,
Aff. No.1730288
Guru Nanak Public School
Gyan Ratan Sab Soji Hoye
Mandatory Public Disclosure
In Guru Nanak Public School we  celebrate all festival as well as special days with zeal as there is always a new lesson behind these different celebrations, we have celebrated:-
1. Baisakhi {April 13th, 2017}:- It is the festival which celebrates the foundation of the Sikh Community known as the “Khalsa”.
    Our school students have made a marvelous presentation of “Shabad Kirtan” in Gurudwara Shri Agamgarh Sahib, Badgaon, Kota which was really remarkable.

2. Good Friday {April 14th, 2017}:- Basically, Good Friday is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. It is observed during the Holy week.
On this day, we have given a lesson to our students that we should take initiative to contribute something for our society.

 3. Green Day / Earth Day {April 22, 2017}:-“Let’s join hands on earth day to make our earth a better place to live in”.
    On this day Guru Nanak Public School students laid emphasis on the importance of our motherland and how to keep it safe from various dangers. Many activities were also done in school such as Poster making, Chart making and Essay writing.

4. World Book Day {April 23, 2017}:- “The more you read the more things you know. The more that you learn the more places you’ll go”.
World Book Day is organized by the United Nation Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. Students were told about reading a good and knowledgeable book every day before going to bed.

5. Labour Day {May 01, 2017}:-“Genius begins great works, labour alone finishes them”.
Labour Day is celebrated worldwide every year. In India, it was organized firstly in Madras on May 01, 1923.

Guru Nanak Public School staff and students celebrated this day with our helping hands to honour the love and respect for them. Students and management offered cards and sweets to show the respect.

6. Session on Career Opportunities: - A session of career opportunities in commerce stream was conducted on May 02, 2017 on Tuesday for class XI and XII which included information about the professional courses and the other courses. Motivational and Inspirational lectures were also delivered to the students to innate the zeal amongst the students.
    The students were benefited by acquiring the knowledge about the various courses and opportunities available for them. The lecture also motivates them to set their goals in future and to work hard on them.
    Session conducted by:-
1.    Mrs. Sonal Yadav
2.    Ms. Heena Arora

7. A seminar on ‘Female Health and Hygiene’ {May 08, 2017}:- A health and hygiene workshop was conducted in the school on May 08, 2017. Gynecologist health expert threw light on multiple health segments of females. Especially of the age group of 9 to 16. Wide and Informative video modules have been shared those seemed very helpful for teenage girls. Apart from it the taking care of menstruation period was corned in the workshop. A few tips and guidelines were extraordinary and useful. Picturesque presentation was a fine effort of the health expert.

8. Mother’s Day Celebration {May 12, 2017}:- Mother’s day was celebrated on 12th may Friday in our school before summer vacations. It is very special day so, on this day to express gratitude to their mothers children were suggested to give cards, gifts and prepare some tea or snakes etc for their mother. By keeping this in mind we conducted two competitions:-
“Sandwich Making Competition from class I to IV”
“Salad Making Competition from class V to VIII”
Children took keen interest and participated with full enthusiasm. They used seasonal fruits and vegetables incorporated with different Sauces, Mayonnaise, Sprouts and Bread. By using all these ingredients students prepared different types of salad as fruit Salad, Russian Salad, Banana Salad and Garden salad. They have done marvelous job in presenting salad in different ways such as Potato Smiley, Rainbow Fruit salad, Papaya Boat etc. and showed their creativity.

9. 1st July, 2017    : Class Bulletin Board competition (Class V to X) 2017-18
Let the artist in them unleash was the motto to create in the students a greater sense of learning, to join a greater capacity for self reflection and self appraisal. It provided a positive focus and redirected the students to work in team.
From class V – A (Class Teacher- Mrs. Rajrani)
1.     Sunny Lodha                    2.     Prince               3.     Pammi
4.     Prerna                               5.     Bhavya              6.     Dhairya   
7.     Sehajpal Singh               8.     Ashish
From class VI – B (Class Teacher- Mrs. Vinod Sharma)
1.     Aradhya Maheshwari                2.     Nirmal Nagar                             3.     Diksha Kedia                            
4.     Lavneet Singh                            5.     Karamveer Singh                      6.     Virender Singh
From class VII – A (Class Teacher- Mrs. Amrita Bagga)
1.     Chahak Soni                              2.     Lavanya Goyal                            3.     Ishita                               
4.     Jasnoor                                       5.     Priti                                               6.     Simran     
7.     Yashasvi
From class VIII – B (Class Teacher- Mr. Kapil Jain)
1.     Manshi                                         2.     Shivangi                                      3.     Avasthi            
4.     Khushi                                         5.     Yashashavi                                 6.     Shagun
From class IX – A (Class Teacher- Mr. Amarjeet Singh)
1.     Roopal Jain                                2.     Jasleen Kaur                               3.     Komal                             
4.     Prabhdeep                                  5.     Usha                                             6.     Sayma
7.     Balkaran
From class X – B (Class Teacher- Mrs. Kamaljeet Bedi)
1.     Purnima                                       2.     Shiwani                                        3.     Kratika                            
4.     Ramanpreet                                5.     Harleen                                        6.     Lovepreet
Activities of Tiny-Tots
10. 1st July, 2017:   Hand wash Activity 2017-18
                               Top and bottom
                                        In between
                                Scrub them all together
                                        Now we are clean……
Hand wash activity was conducted for K.G. section. It makes hand washing fun and make it more likely for children to understand the importance of washing hands properly. Students were informed and encouraged to wash their hands at the right time with the above lines… Top and bottom…..
11. 7th July, 2017:  Origami Activity 2017-18
Origami is the art of paper folding which is associated with Japanese culture. Tiny tots participated in this creative venture with great zeal and high spirit. They were amazed to see transformation of flat square sheet into finished sculpture. This triggered activity developed artistic skills in building stars of Guru Nanak Public School skills.

12. Investiture Ceremony { July 12, 2017} :-  On 11th July, 2017 Guru Nanak Public School had witnessed its general elections for the student council which included the post of Head boy, Head girl, Cultural Secretary, Sports Secretary, House Captain and Vice- Captain for different houses.
On12th July, 2017 the elected members had solemnly taken their Oath in the presence of the school staff and all the students. Also they were given their badges and respective flags by the school management.
This whole procedure brings in the practical learning among the students about the general elections and responsibility bestowed on their young shoulders.

13.  29th July, 2017: Van Mahotsav Celebration “Go Green” 2017-18
              जिन वृक्षों से आती श्वाश,
              मानव तू करे उनका विनाश I
             क्या बिगाड़े तेरा वृक्ष,
             अब तो दे तू उनको बक्श II

Van mohotsav was celebrated to sanitize students to realize the importance of preventing our environment. The school offered a  wholesome platform to learn about the prospects of delightful nature through special ‘Go Green’ assembly and an inspiring song. The imaginative minds from classes I – X performed various activities related with plants and trees.
3rd August, 2017: Rakhi Making Competition 2017-18
For Boys  :-      Gift Wrapping
For Girls  :-      Rakhi Making
These two competitions were organized where students of all the classes participated with zeal, love and fun. Girls made colourful rakhis and boys wrapped gifts. This showed the importance of the festival ‘Rakshbandhan’.  Student’s creativity was inspired and appreciated by their loving teachers.
14.    15th August, 2017: Independence Day Celebration 2017-18
“Patriotism runs in our veins like blood.”
Patriotic fervor swept our school as it celebrated 71st Independence Day. The celebration was marked by unfurling of tri- colour by chairman of our school followed by March Past. Everyone remembered our holistic souls who sacrificed their lives for the sake of freedom. A blissful day it was. It was a mirable visu (L) (wonderful to behold) the enchanting programme. 

15.   28 August, 2017 Spell O’ Well Competition:-   Activity for Seniors and Juniors 2017-18

Spell O’ well competi​tion was host in Guru Nanak Public School on 28th and 29th August, 2017. The main objective of it was to improve spelling skill in children and to instill in them a desire to learn and adopt new words.
There were 4 houses in both junior and seniors i.e. Ajit House, Guru Gobind House , Harkishan House and Tagore House.
As the various rounds progressed the pressure slowly started building up but it was amazing to see how the students kept their cool mind as the pressure slowly built up. The participants thoroughly enjoy participating as it was evident from their spirit and the enthusiasm with which they answered the questions. It was a wonderful learning experience for the students and above all a sense of kinship was felt among fellow competitors.
Senior   Junior
1.  Tagore House
2.  Harkishan House
1.  Ajit House
2.  Tagore Houses

16. 70th anniversary of Independence Day And 75th anniversary of Quit India Movement 2017-18
School organised multiple activities by filling in students the patriotic feeling with sense of national duty. Following events were held in the school:-  

1.     A pledge has taken in assembly ground with enthusiasms based on removing corruption, dishonesty             and to keep India clean. This pledge filled a new sense of responsibility towards the nation in students.

2.    A skit was dramatized which was based on corruption. Its label was “Corruption back to us”. Students           have participated with skills and presented a nice stage show in present of entire school and the staff.

3.    A painting competition was conducted from the classed VI to X  onwards  which was based on following         topics:-
  1. Swaraj        
  2. National Symbols
  3. Presentation of Satyagrah
  4. Pictures of Mass Movements
  5. Slogans with pictures
4.  An active campaign was organised for Swatch Bharat Mission. In it students made a chain of showing        their dedication towards the campaign. They have written attractive slogans and showed in campus.  A        part from it they cleaned entire surroundings of school without forgetting any corner.

5.   Program has an end with interesting quiz  consist  of topics:-
  1. Quit India Movement
  2. Famous Books of Freedom  Movement
  3. Famous Quotes of freedom fighters
  4. Famous Acts
  5. Important Dates
  6. Mars Movements
17. 05 September, 2017: Teacher’s Day 2017-18
Teaching in its true sense is not mere instruction but influence. The teacher is a Role Model and great contributor in shaping the future of the country. An education is an essential lubricant to build up the nation. Educators celebrate this day with zeal and zest. The theme for this Teacher’s Day was “60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s” that left the teachers spellbound with a varied range of programmes and competitions. The teachers were facilitated with gifts by managements of Guru Nanak Public School thereby delicious bunch of teachers.
18.  08 September, 2017: Sahej Marg Meditation  2017-18                                  
On September 8, Our School organised a Sahej Marg Meditation Session for senior students from classes IX to XII to enrich the joy of nature in our hearts. It was conducted by Mr. Saurabh Mishra a motivational speaker, corporate and spiritual trainer under the supervision of management and senior faculty. We are completely enthralled by his supernatural renditions. It was indeed a great learning experience. The students were also delighted. It symbolizes the oneness of humanity, reduce the stress, increase our stamina and concentration and improve our physical and mental health. At the End, students feel very light, smooth, cool and calm. They promise to practice it daily.

19. 14 September, 2017 : Hindi Divas 2017-18

20. 16 September , 2017 : Workshop on classroom management 2017-18

A workshop was organized in Guru Nanak Public School on 16th September 2017 on ‘Capacity Building programme and classroom management’. With the help of slides various topic such as classroom rules, procedures, routines, unique teaching style, seating plans, importance and factors of classroom management were discussed with the teachers. It helped them to evaluate their own teaching methods and also to implement changes in their method of teaching, if needed. Teachers shared their personal experiences in workshop which helped others to learn new ways to interact with the children. The session involved lots of group discussions, case studies and questionnaires. According to teachers it was a fruitful workshop and they would like to be a part of such type of opportunities in future. 

21. 20 September, 2017 :  Visit to Gurudwara Sahib 2017-18

Guru Nanak Public School has organized a visit to Gurudwara on 20th September 17. It was a pleasant spiritual experience for the students of Guru Nanak Public School. Children covered their heads and started by paying reverence to the holy book of the sikh “THE GURU GRANTH SAHIB”. Children were involved in a small prayer in which all of them diligently participated with enthusiasm. The children were delighted to receive the Prasad. It was an enriching experience for the Sikh Gurus and their contribution to the society at large.

22.  27 September, 2017 : Dussehra Celebration 2017-18

Keeping the festival spirit alive, primary wing of Guru Nanak Public School celebrated Dussehra on 27th September 17.
India is known as a land of festival and celebration and “Dussehra” is one of them which is unique in its glory and significance.
To mark lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs over evil, the effigy of Ravana was burnt along with which Student’s burnt ten evil habits like- Junk food, Chewing Pencil, Watching TV for hours, bite and hurt, lie, unhygienic, nail biting, short temperedness, slang language while promising to shun it. 

23.  04 October, 2017 : Rhymes Competition 2017-18
“Poetry is to the heart, what music is to the soul.”
This was the motivation behind our Tiny Tots Rhymes Competition. Rhymes are the beautiful way to express something through innocent words and actions in a melody with all giggles and smiles. Tiny Scholars were full of confidence and energy. It was really good to see close competition among participants. These young BARD gave WINGS to the emotive words. 

24.  12 October, 2017 : Festive workshop: cooking without fire 2017-18 

Cooking lesson offer an opportunity for children to learn the importance of safe food handling. It instills creativity and a sense of independence.
        On 12-10-2017, a fireless cooking workshop was conducted at Guru Nanak Public School assembly area for class IX and Class X students to encourage them for preparing something delicious.
         The teacher mentors, along with the students held the talent of turning the simplest everyday ingredients into a delightful treat for foodies.
            An appetizing treat of Petha Ladoo was prepared for the auspicious occasion of Diwali. Children were taught not only the recipe but also some good habits that may inculcate in them as-
            Proper hand washing provide with a sanitary work surface for handling food, emphasis on safety with knives and equipments etc.
            The motto of the workshop was not to prepare a sweet, but mentors also counseled them to take cooking classes as a career opportunity. Gone are the days when only girls were supposed to be there in kitchen, now even the boys can be a Good chef.
            All these things encouraged them to boost confidence. 

25. 13 October, 2017 : Diwali Celebration 2017-18

Diwali celebration was held in Guru Nanak Public School dated 13-10-2017 by the students through various activities. They were in festival mood.
            As Diwali is a festival of light, love, cleanliness, happiness, seek blessing of Goddess Lakshmi and to adapt the moral character of Lord Rama in our life. Short skit was enacted in assembly. Students conveyed the message of pollution free, safe and green Diwali. They beautifully enliven the flower, birds and Earth, hoe they feel and request to save them from poisonous gases, suffocated environment. Students promise not to burst much crackers on this Diwali and save money to offer some help socially deprived person.
            Second activity was Rangoli Making. It is an act in which one can show one’s talent. Student made different - different pattern like flower, God Goddess etc using different material like sand, saw dust and petals. 

26. 01 November, 2017: Nagar Kirtan 2017-18
Maintaining the religious tradition, our school participated voluntarily in an impressive Nagar Kirtan which was held in Kota city on the eve of 548th Prakash Utsav of Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj which falls on November 4 [Kartik Purnima].
Sizable number of students and staff members participated voluntarily in it with full energy. Panj Piaras were attired in traditional khalsa dress along with our energetic/rhythmic school band and thereafter children showing their skills with colourful and eye – catching props which were liked by all the Sikh Devotees.  School students also exhibited their martial art skills which were appreciated by all spectators. Students even learnt how to keep the surroundings and path- we were walking on, clean by disposing the garbage, wrappers in the polybags which were finally collected by our school sweepers side by side. 

27. 14 November, 2017 : Children's Day (FUN VEGA- 2017) 2017-18
Guru Nanak Public School was observed in Children’s Day on 14th November and organised a fete ‘fun Vega’ on this day. All the teachers and students were engaged to give their best. Even smallies were also performed so well in morning assembly. They recited tuneful poem, few of them enacted fables so splendidly, we were dumb struck.

As a token of love on children’s day few teachers dramatised real class room situation so humorously that arouse great laughter. It leaves great impact on students. In fair section, Fun Vega was on its swing. All the stalls were put up by class teacher along with team of students who managed their shops of games, eatables, magic show, selfie corner. They learnt a lot by did so for a whole day long they enjoyed a lot. In the end of show, a good number of lucky draw prizes were distributed.

28. 16 November 2017 to 18 November 2017: Participated in Volleyball Tournament 2017-18

Students of Guru Nanak Public School have participated in Volleyball Tournament organized by Kota Sahodaya Complex in Lawrence and Mayo Public School. The competition was among the eighteen teams from 16 November 2017 to 18 November 2017. The Guru Nanak Public School team won the semifinal match against Bal Vidyalaya and Final match against Sir Padampat Singhania School. The winning trophy is given to the students by Dr. Nakul Vijay and Mrs Sarita Rajan. The best player trophy is bagged by Vijay Pal Singh.

29. 23 November, 2017 ​: The Martyrdom Day 2017-18
“Give up your head, but forsake not those whom you have undertaken to protect. Sacrifice your life, but relinquish not you faith." – GURU TEG BAHADUR JI.
The martyrdom day or shahidi gurupurab of Guru Teg Bahadur ji was on 23 November 2017 (Thursday). Shri Guru Teg Bahadur ji was 9th guru of Sikh religion. He resisted the forced conversions Kashmiri Pandits to Islam, so was publicly beheaded at Chandni Chowk (Delhi) in 1675 on the orders of then mughal emperor Aurangazeb. There is Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib at the place where guru ji got martyred.
            Our school choir recited a wonderful shabad in morning assembly in the memory of The Great Saint of SIKHS. The teachings of him and how he saved lives of many people in crucial time was all explained by our students in form speech and poem. Students came to know how he undertook the supreme sacrifice for the protection of the most fundamental of human rights – the right of a person to freely practice his or her religion without interference or hindrance.

30. 24 November, 2017 : World Reading Day (2017-18)
Reading is a very important aspect of student’s life. It inculcates virtues in a student’s personality.
The world’s reading day was celebrated in the school premises on 24-11-2017. All the classes from III to VIII participated in the event. A group reading, followed by signature campaign was organized in collaboration with Scholastic. Students signed the poster with good vocabulary words, which would surely help to enhance the vocabulary strength of every individual. 

31. 01 December, 2017 : English Story Telling Competition (2017-18)

On 01-12-2017 class L.K.G. and H.K.G. had inter section story telling competition. As we all know story telling enhances a child’s vocabulary, teaches children about the world, develops both knowledge and love far stories.
Students were dressed up accordingly and presented their story with suitable props. Children were excited to listen to the stories. Every story recited was with moral. The content part and the presentation skills of tiny tots were outstanding.
Students presented following stories:-
Thirsty crow, Lion and the mouse, Fox and the grapes, Cat and a monkey.

32. 11 December, 2017 : Hindi Poem Recitation Competition (2017- 18)

“Poetry is the care of literature”

Too spread the fragrance of poetry among the children of pre –primary wing. A recitation competition was held in Hindi on 11 December, 2017 in our school.
          Keeping the various aspects of poetry. The participants came up with the poem of famous Hindi poets. The recital excelled in rhythm, mood, diction and expression. The victors were applauded and praised for their capabilities by our judges and supervisor.
Children recited the poem on Beti Bachao, Paani, What’s app, Mera Schoo, Swach Bharat etc.

33. 22 December, 2017 : Shaheedi Diwas of Chote Sahibzade (2017-18)

"O fool! You have forgotten Waheguru from your mind! You eat His salt given and then shamefully you are untrue to Him; before your very eyes, you shall be torn apart. ||1||Pause||" (Maroo, Ang 1001, SGGS)
As the year approaches the end, the global world Sikh community commemorates the martyrdom of YOUNGEST Martyrs in the history of the world. On this darkest of days, their youngest hero and bravest comrade of Sikhism, Sahibzada Fateh Singh (1699-1705) who was the youngest of Guru Gobind Singh’s four sons, Sahibzada Zorawar Singh (1696-1705), his elder brothers and Mata Gujar Kaur ji, his grandmother sacrificed their lives for their faith and the right to remain Sikhs.The Chote Sahibzade – Fateh Singh & Zoravar Singh, snuggle in the warm embrace of their loving grandmother – Mata Gujri. Imprisoned in the open tower (Thanda Burj) in the freezing month of December, their radiant faces show no pain or regret at their unwavering decision to uphold Sikhi at all costs. The innocence and boundless purity of these noble souls reflects on their faces. Baba Fateh Singh ji was cruelly and mercilessly martyred at Sirhind along with his elder brother, Zorawar Singh. He is probably the youngest recorded martyr in history who knowingly and consciously lay down his life at the very tender age of 6 years. The mind boggles to understand how children of such young age had the, courage, bravery and focus to refuse the promise of many lavish gifts and a future of cosy comforts of royalty that were being offered by the Mughals if they abandoned their faith against the other stark option of a brutal, painful and tragic death entombed within a wall of bricks and mortar. Guru Nanak School Family saluted the supreme sacrifice of these kids who never once – even of a moment considered the easy option and remained focused on their mission to uphold the principles of God’s kingdom and allowed their bodies to be tortured and violated and endured the intense pain of a slow, pain-ridden and certain death

34. 23 December, 2017 : Christmas Day Celebration (2017-18)

On 23rd December Guru Nanak Public School celebrated a grand and gorgeous fancy dress competition as well as Carol singing competition in school premises. Children from preprimary upto  v participated.
The purpose of conducting the competition is to develop confidence in students by giving them opportunity so that they speak in front of an audience. The students were buoyant in their spheres. They dressed up show their talent that they depicted on the theme 'advertisement and fruits'. The show was running in the sleek.
     Music gives the soul to the universe keeping in view. Intensely active and vibrant kids participated in singing competition also. The teacher and students seems resolute and this feeling hoist the whole environment.
At the end of the competition result were announced by judges Mrs.Kalpana Agarwal, Mrs. Sarita Gupta and Ms. Heena Arora. Four winners from each class were selected I, II, III, IV respectively.
         In the second half of the day students were enjoyed their lunch and a movie along with their class mate and teacher. So this fun filled activities were conducted in the school realise the importance of cognitive development among the children.

35. 13 January, 2018 : Lohri Celebration (2017-18)                                                                             
It is the onset of the harvest season. It is that time of the year when people offer prayers and thanks to God for the crops before harvesting them. It is celebrated with immense enthusiasm in Punjab, this festival is a day of thanksgiving for farmers.
            It is an occasion to celebrate the harvest of rabi crops, those which are sown in winter. So the highlight of this festival is winter foods like sarson (mustard leaves), sesame, whole wheat and spinach. Til (sesame ) and rorhi (jaggery) are eaten as traditional foods. The words til and rorhi together make ‘tilorhi’, and eventually got rechristened to Lohri. Bonfire is an important part of this festival. It symbolizes Agni, the God of Fire. People gather around the bonfire, sing songs and throw in foods like puffed rice, popcorn, sesame seeds, jaggery, peanuts to pay homage to roots. As part of the festivities, dinner is Saag and Makki ki Roti’, a Punjabi winter treat loved everywhere in the world.
            According to folkore, the flames of the fire are known to carry messages to sun which is why the day after Lohri is warm and sunny bringing an end to “gloomy” winter days. The following day is celebrated as ‘Makar Sankranti’ to mark the beginning of bright days ahead. We the family of Guru Nanak Public School celebrated the same with great joy and enthusiasm.

36. 21 January, 2018 : Abacus Competition (2017-18)                                                          
     41 students from GNPS had been a part of 9th National ABACUS mathematical calculation competition-2018, held at UIT auditorium on 21-Jan-2018 where approx 4,000 students from various districts, of various states across India were assembled to compete.
     Result left us stunning and amused when 6 of our gems secured the positions in the league of top ten places defeating the students from all across the nation. GNPS managed to bag the 2nd position with silver medal, 3 bronze medals with 3rd position followed by 4th and 5th place as well.
     Mrs Vijaya Ghosh – the chief editor of Limca books of world record graced the event with her presence as a chief guest and honored the students with extra ordinary results.

37. 26 January, 2018 : 69th Republic Day Celebration (2017-18)

26th of January is a gala day for every Indian. On this day the constitution of India came into force and India became Republic.
So it’s a great day for every citizen. We celebrate this day as a festival every year. This year also, it was celebrated with all pomp and show.
The students were assembled in the school ground at 8:30 am, after some time the principal ma’am, Colonel Sir and other distinguished person arrived and unfurled the National Flag. This was followed by National Anthem Jan… Gan... Man... sang by a team of students.
Then the Rainbow of programme started. Students have given wonderful performances. Furthermore the series of speech started. The Principal ma’am Colonel Sir and our trustee member Sardar Harbajhan Singh Ji addressed the gathering. They emphasized the need of hard work, which is a key of success, doing good deeds, remembrance of god and positive attitude towards life.
The whole progremme of Republic Day was wonderful and nice. The programme ended with distribution of sweets.

38. 31 January, 2018 : Medical Camp (2017-18)
Approx 131 students of GNPS had attended free medical checkup camp organized by Shri Guru Nanak Mission Dispensary at Guru Nanak Public School campus on 31/Jan/2018 between 11:00 am till 2:00 pm.
ENT, Dentist, Physiotherapist, eye specialist, physician and pathology experts were the part of this camp who medically examined the students and even distributed free medicines and other samples among the students.
In the course of this exercise teachers & other staff members also consulted available doctors.
The camp came to an end with the vote of thanks exchanged between medical team and administrator – Colonel Sir (veteran).