The school observed the Vigilance Awareness week on November 01, 2014 as directed by CBSE in the memory of Sardar Vallabhai Patel who exercised a major influence in establishing the administrative structure of India.
The students assembled to hear the lecture of an eminent academic professor Salfey Muzafar heading the department of political science in Govt Degree college Sumbhal. He holds a Ph.D in Kashmir politics and is author of 7 paper published internationally. Professor Salfey Muzaffar delivered the lecture of ejudiciary and its future in the country along with power point presentation.
After the lecture was concluded students from 9th and 10th grade shared their thoughts on the topic “eProcurement- an effective way of increasing transparency”.
Very beautifully put across by one of the speakers, ”when you are inspired by some great purpose some extra ordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds, your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction and you find yourself in a new grade and wonderful world”. Dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive and you discover yourself to be a great person by far-then you ever dreamt yourself to be…
Vigilance Awareness Week- 2014 in DPS, Srinagar (Class XI – XII )
On 1st November, 2014, in accordance with the CBSE request to celebrate the Vigilance week, the +2 section of Delhi Public School, Srinagar held a Seminar on “ Effectiveness of E-taxation in making the system more transparent and efficient” and a Debate on “E-governance: a way to smooth governance”. The function began at 1:30 pm and was chaired by the honorable chairman Mr. Vijay Dhar and the Principal, Mrs. Warikoo. The venue was decorated with innovative posters created by the students. Almost twenty students participated enthusiastically expressing their individual views, enforcing the fact that it would be a wonderful tool to combat corruption to a large extent. Few mentioned that the information hungry people will find the more transparent system to satiate their individual queries. Some of the students expressed cynicism and said that with a low literacy level and small techno-savvy population, it seems a distant dream. However it was unanimously agreed that a beginning must be made for “Combating Corruption with technology as an enabler”. The system may not be flawless initially but will eventually evolve into a sound one. The audience seemed quite convinced. As a token of appreciation, each participant was given a certificate, awarded by the HOD Economics, Mr Yaqoob. The programme has generated a lot of awareness amongst students who are now geared up to combat one of the main social evils, corruption. They seem to be yearning for an economically-sound nation.