Class IX-XII

26 FEBRUARY 2020

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella met a gathering of students and educators at the Young Innovators Summit organized by Microsoft India at the India Habitat Centre, Delhi on 26 February, 2020. The Young Innovators Summit brought together over 250 students and educators in Delhi NCR. Vikas Bharati was one of the privileged schools all over India to have been selected to showcase their project to Satya Nadella.Ms Amita Gupta (Vice Principal), Ms Anni Kumar(HOD Computer Science) and Ms Anjali Malhotra (Computer Science Teacher) along with 16 students witnessed the programme. Fourstudents(Sagar Dabas, AyushAtey, Dhanush Bajaj and Chirag Jha)of XI-Science along with their mentor Ms Anni Kumar presented their AI (Artificial Intelligence) project on ‘My Personal Speech Therapist’ to Satya Nadella. He was very impressed with the project and in a Talk Show with Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India, spoke about the project and could see the deep empathy reflected by the children. He also emphasised the role of technologyin transforming the education ecosystem over the next decade, outlining the opportunity students have today to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems with technology.

Speaking at the summit, Satya, said, “We need to reformulate the relationship between technology and learning. It is very interesting to witness the way young innovators think today. What excited and inspired me from my meetings with students was the quality of their ideas, the scope of their ambition, deep passion and deep empathy turning into action. This is truly transformative, and is how societies and economies move forward.”

The session was very enriching and informative for the students and gave a good insight on AI, Machine Learning & Deep Learning. The meet instilled great enthusiasm and motivated students.

A visit to Sariska Astroport

"All classrooms don't have walls"

On 22nd January the students of astronomy club along with other students from 5th to 11th visited Astroport, Sariska, Alwar, Rajasthan. It was an overnight observation in which students studied night sky with the help of big telescopes. Students were taught to handle DSLR cameras with time lapse app. Students visited site trip where they saw organic farming, solar panels and rainwater harvesting system. The VBPS young astronauts enjoyed a lot.

Organic food was served in dinner and breakfast which was really amazing. After watching different planets, constellations meteoroids and satellites etc students enjoyed bonfire and music.Though the session ended by 2:30a.m. even then no one slept rest of night and kept themselves busy in various meaningful activities like observing night sky with telescopes, singing and dancing and astro photography. Sharp at 7:15a.m. the group started the return journey. This overnight trip was great learning experience for students with real enjoyment.


Vikas Bharati Public School celebrated “WORLD MATHS DAY” on 14th October2019. It was organised by class XII students namely Ananya Singh, Gagandeep Singh, Himanshi Sangwan, Jagrit Aggarwal, Muskaan Jain and Tushar Dahiya. The celebration began with the event- MATHEMATICAL ANTAKSHARI. Class X-XII actively participated. The following teams participated- Binary Opera, Calculite Gharana, Geometric Qawwals, Pro- gressional Performers. There were five rounds conducted. The winning team was “Geometric Qawwals”. The event was a unique mix of Maths, Sanskrit and Music. It was appreciated by a thunderous applause by the audience as well as the guests of the event. MATHEMATICAL ANTAKSHARI was followed by TREASURE HUNT. The teams which participated were- Differential Fighters, Functional Samurais, Integral Warriors and Matrix Army. It comprised of three rounds of searching the clues, calculations and physical activity. Class X-XII had a fun time participating in the event. It was a perfect blend of physical activity and mental ability. The tie breaker between Integral Warriors and Matrix Army to compete with the Functional Samurais, a mathematical skit was held. Finally, Integral Warriors were selected for the final round. The winning team was “Functional Samurais”. The day met its end with inspiring words by Principal ma’am. These events were put together by Maths HOD,Ms. Vijayalaxmi. The day was a grand success.


VBPS aspires to provide holistic development to the students and for the same, an array of workshops was conducted for the students of classes 10 onwards.

A career counselling workshop was organized on December20, 2019. The resource person was Mr. AnubhavRakhija, a popular name among children and young adults today as a motivational speaker and a career guidance expert. He addressed the students of class XI and XII and guided them about career in law. Mr. Anubhav emphasized on the importance of law as a subject neutral career option. Career decisions play a pivotal role in shaping the future growth and development of an individual. So, emphasis was laid by him on the importance of making informed decisions. Mr. Anubhav also made students aware of the preparation and selection process in the field of law. He also focused on the offbeat career opportunities at present.

On December23 , 2019, a career counselling workshop by IIHM was conducted by was Mr. Dipankar Bhattacharya. Students of Classes XI attended the workshop.The session primarily focused on awaring students about various opportunities in the field of hotel management.The students were guided about the four major aspects of Hospitality Industry i.e. General Manager, Food and Beverage Production, Front Desk and Guest services. Mr. Dipankar is a motivational speaker who briefed the students about a few renowned chefs and how they expanded the food industry worldwide. He also briefed the students about admission criterion and package offered.

Another workshop by Indian Airforce was held on December 27 2019. The workshop was conducted by Officer Wing Commander Sneha Singh, Sergeant Ghosh and Mr.Saini from the organistaion ‘DISHA’.Students of classes X-XII attended the workshop in which they were guided primarily about the role of Indian Airforce and also, about the history of Indian Airforce and some heroic facts.Officer WgCdrSneha Singh updated the students about various fighter inductions, transport aircraft and various helicopters. Students were also made aware of the selection cycle and types of entry in Airforce such as UPSC, AFCAT, MET, NCC etc.Students were also informed about the role or various functions of Airforce like Offensive Operations, Ministry Logistics and Casuality Evaluation. Students participated enthusiastically and understood that how an officer’s strength of character and strong moral compass make him/her stand out from the crowd at all times. The session indeed boosted the young comrades to choose Airforce as a career.

As we are aware that career decisions play a pivotal role in shaping the future growth and development of an individual, therefore, emphasis was laid on the importance of making informed decisions. All the workshops were extremely informative and fruitful for the students as they would help them in making their career choices. It gave everyone a clear perspective of these fields for the long run.Students participated enthusiastically in the workshops which indeed boosted them in making wise decision.