Latest Happenings


The teachers of PP International School witnessed an enlightening, synergistic session at India Today School Summit 2017 organised by India Today group on Saturday, February 11, 2017 in Kamal Mahal at ITC Maurya, New Delhi.

The commencement of the session was done with the welcome speech given by Mr. Raj Chengappa, Editorial Director of India Today Group. He shared his views on the issues concerning present education system. Suceeding him in line was Mr. Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of Ministry HRD who addressed the audience with his keynote speech on What Ails the system? - Problems, Reforms, Solutions.

The keynote speech was followed by a series of debates - Lessons to be Learnt - The Biggest Challenge, Studying through Apps - Riding High or personalised learning, Creating Global Classrooms, Preparing New Age leaders etc.

It encompassed inputs from eminent guest speakers from the Education and IT Industry, Press and Publications like Aakanksha Gulati, City Director, Delhi, Teach for India, Lisa Heydlauff, founder, Going to School
Suneel Galgotia, Chancellor, Galgotic University, Viplav Baxi, Director, Product & Digital Transformation, Oxford University Press, Meenakshi Gopinath, Educationist, former Principal, Lady Shri Ram College, Kiran Seth, Professor, IIT Delhi; Founder of SPIC MACAY, Suman Nand, Founder & Director, Epaathsala etc.

Through these debates some of the burning issues / concerns were raised amongst the dignitaries of the industry and attendees from various school. Few hot topics were present curriculum (Merits and Demerits), connecting real world situation with curriculum, Research on children Brain Development from 0 – 11 years, 21st century teaching skills, Using Mass Media, Online Worksheets and use of tabs, Digital learning and correct feedback, Content Planning, Future of E-learning, Merits and Demerits of E-learning, Customise apps for schools, Age limit for e-based learning, E-learning Hazards.

The chronology of events included a keynote speech by G Viswanathan, Founder & Chancellor, VIT University highlighting issues like Quality in education, Issues in Indian education system, Comparison between education system with other countries etc. The Summit was an enriching experience for the teaching faculty of the school and it helped them gain the insights into the latest reforms in the Education sector. This high intesity event focussed on accelerating innovation, technology and education and how the digital age has empowered children as agents of change.


PP International School organised a visit to Mughal Gardens for the tiny tots of Nursery and Preparatory on Friday, 10 February 2017 so that they can treat their eyes and enjoy the picturesque view of the Garden . Mughal Gardens are a group of gardens built by the Mughals in the Persian style of architecture which exudes serenity with distinctive breathtaking surroundings.

The students were elated to visit the Herbal Garden, Bonsai Garden, Rose garden, Spiritual garden and Bio-diversity Park within the Estate. They experienced a visual treat well manicured gardens, shady Banyan trees, bushes, vines and seasonal flowers. Roses were central to the fame of Mughal Gardens. The students delightfully beholded few of more than 250 celebrated varieties of roses, which make it one of the best Rose Gardens in the world.

They were awestruck to see the sunken butterfly garden that is a riot of different varieties of flowers with a beautiful round sunk fountain in the centre. The walls of the sunken masterpiece were adorned with bright orange hanging flowers. The fragrance in the air the freshness was captivating. The musical fountains also added to the beauty of the Gardens. The students were filled with merriment after their visit and they had a wonderful time.

2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017

The 2nd Pusa Roller Skating Championship 2017 was organised by Pusa Roller Skating Academy (PRSA) at Pusa Institute, Rajender Nagar, Delhi on 5th February 2017 (Sunday).
11 glistening skaters from our school participated in the event alon with 400 other participants from 25 schools from all over Delhi. The students performed exuberantly and bagged several awards in their respective categories.



Republic Day Celebration

The 68th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at PP International School on 25th January 2017. A special assembly was held at school to mark the importance of the day.

The commencement of the assembly was done by the young ones with a Patriotic poem recited in harmony, reflecting OUR DUTIES towards our nation and the country. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity and gave a brief introduction about the Republic Day, which was further followed by an interactive session with the students in the form of a Quiz.

After that, a beautiful and encaptivating dance performance was given by the students of Grade III, IV and V depicting the feeling of patriotism which left everyone spellbound.

The students of grade VII presented a musical play titled “PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN” depicting the hardwork and achievements of the famous Indian personalities who have made our country proud such as Satya Nadela, Shiv Nadar, PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik, Sunder Pichai.

The prize distribution ceremony for felicitation of the winner of the National French Spell Bee Competition was held at the end of the assembly, which was the followed by hoisting of Flag and chanting of the National Anthem. The school echoed with patriotic fervor and to culminate the Republic Day celebrations on a colourful and patriotic note, the students were served delicious tricolored food reflecting the deep affection for the nation with the image of the fluttering tricolor in their minds.


The students of grade 8-11 of our school visited Rohini District Court on 20th January, 2017. The visit was intended for the better understanding of the functioning of courts. During the visit the students observed the proceedings of criminal courts, MCD courts, and vulnerable witnesses and even got an opportunity to speak to one of the judges of District Court, Sh.Satish Kumar. The idea behind the visit was to spread awareness about the importance and the need to follow laws and abide by the rules and regulations.

The Court officials were impressed with our students as they were extremely disciplined and inquisitive in all the proceedings. They asked various questions on current status of the Indian Court System and were able to understand the mechanism of Indian Law with ease. The excursion was a knowledgeable experience for the students as they clarified many of their doubts and realized the importance of Youth power in maintaining law for the country.

National French Spellbee competition


Shivansh Arora (Grade VI) has bagged the second position in the finals of The National French Spellbee competition held at India International Centre on 21st January 2017 . He has been awarded with a trophy, a medal, and a certificate. He has also been felicitated with a paid trip to Pondicherry. The French teacher, Ms. Aanchal Tyagi, has also won an all inclusive complimentary trip to Frehindi Village in 2017.

Shivansh Arora had also won the first position in the Zonal level (North Zone) of the competition, for which he was given a trophy, a medal, and a certificate.

The school congratulates him on his achievements and wishes him all the best for future endeavours !


“Victory is remembered for at most two decades; an act of good sportsmanship is remembered for a lifetime.” – Simon Nguyen

The much awaited event - Annual Sports Fiesta 2016 of PP International School was held on 25 December, 2016 (Sunday) at Polo Grounds, Kingsway Camp, GTB Nagar in a flamboyant atmosphere. The exhilarated parents and guests were welcomed by the senior students of the school.

Mr. Sushil Kumar an illustrious wrestler, who has made our country proud by winning a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics had graced the occasion as a Chief Guest to embolden the spirit of sportsmanship in the students.

The Chairman of the school, Mr. Rahul Gupta, an inspiring and enterprising individual, who has always encouraged the students to strive for perfection declared the meet open with a resplendent commencement.

The event flagged off with the welcome speech given by the Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Deepi Bector, who enlightened the parents with the importance of sportsmanship and sports ethics and the accomplishments of the students in the current academic session.

It was followed by a warm and hearty welcome by the tiny tots from pre-primary. The solemn oath ceremony was administered by the sports teachers and the senior students of the school. To mark the extravagance of the occasion, March past by the students of different classes from grade I –XI along with the school’s Bagpiper’s and Flute Band was done that exhibited discipline, unity and perfect coordination.

Reinforcing the Vision of the Chairman of the school, for the first time ever, a confluence of multiple events was showcased in the field at the same time to instil the concept of synchronization in diversity amongst the students, such as Soccer Races, Story yoga, Long jump etc. conducted at the same time in which the students displayed the art of multi-tasking, creating perfect harmony and team work by being a part of more than one event.
A string of spectacular performances by the students brimming with enthusiasm including Drill comprising of tricolour formations, Lawn Tennis and Basketball matches, giggling and wriggling sumo wrestling along with plethora of other activities were presented with utmost vigour and zest.

The loud cheers and applause captivated the entire surrounding. The winning teams / individuals were felicitated with medals and trophies by the Chief Guest, the Chairman, and the Vice Principal of the school.
The event concluded with the national anthem sung by everyone. The day was filled with exciting victories and near misses but ended on a cheerful note, heralding the year 2017, filled with promises and hope for all the young sports enthusiasts.

62nd National School Roller Skating Championship 2016-17

Kunsh Dhiman (Grade V) has qualified for Nationals and will be participating in the 62nd National School Roller Skating U-11 Championship 2016-17 at Belgaum, Karnataka to be held from 21st Dec. 2016 to 25th Dec. 2016 hosted by CBSE Sports Welfare Organization.
The school management has felicitated the student with the sponsorship of his trip to Belgaum, Karnataka for the competition.

The school congratulates him on his achievements and wishes him all the best for future endeavours!

Robo-Tech Championship 2016


The students of PP International School partcipated in Robotronics, the Inter-school Robo-Tech Championship organised by Amity International School, Sector - 46, Gurgaon on Wednesday December 14, 2016.
Different schools from all over Delhi participated in the event. Amidst the competition. the students of PP International School emerged as winners and bagged III poisition in the category - Poster making using Photoshop software.


Tamanna Singhal (Grade VIII)
Asmi Bhatia (Grade VIII)

The school congratulates the students on their achievements and wishes them all the best for future endeavours!

43rd Delhi State Roller Sports Championship 2016

The students of PP International School have once again established their merit by winning several positions at the 43rd Delhi State Roller Sports Championship 2016 held from 7th to 9th December 2016 at Abhi Sports Complex Baliawas Near Teri Golf Course Gwal Pahari Delhi, Gurgaon - Faridabad Road organised by DSA (Delhi Skating Association).


  • Date – 7 Dec. 2016

  • Date – 8 Dec. 2016

  • Date – 9 Dec. 2016


The school congratulates the students on their achievements and wishes them all the best for future endeavours!



The students of PP International School participated and emerged as winners in the Inter School event "ECLECTIKA 2016" organised by GD Goenka Public School, Sector-22, Rohini on 2 December 2016 (Saturday). The event included multi dimensional activities and competitions like – Oil Pastel competition, Puppet making, Canvas shoe making, Photo frame, Pot decoration, Tattoo making etc.

Students from different schools participated in the event. The students from our school bagged FIRST position and THIRD position in different categories as mentioned below. They are felicitated with trophies and certificate of merit and their performance was much appreciated by the jury.

Winning Teams

Event - Puppet Making
Grade - IV
Name of the Winners - Rehana Jaggi (IV) Navya Gulati (IV)

Event - Canvas Shoe Painting
Grade - V
Name of the Winners - Rudraksh Agrwal (V) Shivin Goel (V)

The school congratulates the students on their achievements and wishes them all the best for the future endeavours !

Parent Child Activity 2016

Children’s Day and Guru Nanak Ji’s Birthday (2016)

PP International School celebrated Children’s Day and Guru Nanak Ji’s Birthday with great enthusiasm by conducting a Special Assembly for all the students on Friday 11 November, 2016.

The celebrations began with few thoughts shared by the students as well as teachers on the significance of the Children’s Day and why it is celebrated nationwide. Various activities and events were organised and performed by the students and the teachers of the school. An exuberant dance performance was given by the students of Grade III.

The teachers shared their knowledge about the National Education Day specifying the significance of education in our lives. The programme was followed by a dance performance of the teachers dedicated to the students.

To celebrate Guru Nanak Ji’s Birthday, the students of Preparatory were dressed up as Sikhs and Panjpyaare and led a procession of Prabhat Pheri. The holy verses of Chaupai Sahib and Anand Sahib were recited by students and teachers followed by the Ardaas, a prayer to the superior authority.

Prayers were offered in faith for the welfare of students, teachers, school and the entire human race. The culmination of the special assembly was marked by a pledge taken by all students and the staff members that they shall follow the principles of Pt. Jawaharlal Lal Nehru and the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in order to lead a pragmatic and unprejudiced life. All the students and the staff members were given Kadha Prasad at the end.

CBSE Central Zone Roller Skating Championship 2016-2017

Kunsh Dhiman, PP International School, Pitampura qualifies for NATIONALS


PP International School is proud to announce the winner of CBSE Central Zone Roller Skating Championship 2016-2017.

Kunsh Dhiman, Grade V, PP International School had participated in the CBSE Central Zone Roller Skating Championship 2016-2017 organised from 15.10.2016 till 17.10.2016 at Komal Khatri Skating Complex, Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Bawana.

Over 170 schools and 900 students from all over Delhi participated in the competition. Only few students from each school from all over Delhi were given a chance to participate in the same under different age groups as mentioned- Under 8, Under 10, Under 12, Under 17 and Under 19.

He has bagged first position in the competition along with a trophy for being an overall champion in the Skating competition (Age Group - Under 12).
Kunsh Dhiman has qualified for Nationals to be held later this year.

Mr. Rahul Gupta, Chairman, PP International School felicitated the winner with the Winner’s trophy and the medal. He appreciated him for showcasing such an exuberant performance in the competition beating other competitors of his age group.

He has brought laurels to the school by qualifying for NATIONALS. The school congratulates him on his achievement!

The results of the winners from PP International School are mentioned below:-



  • Address: LD Block Pitampura, Opposite metro
    pillar no.- 333, New Delhi-34
  • Email:
  • Website:
  • Phone: 011-45161066 / 64 / 63