• Heartiest Congratulations to Anirudh Tyagi & Yuv Sharma for receiving Gold and Bronze Medals in CBSE National Skating Championship Which was held at DAV Public School, Amritsar.


  • Heartiest Congratulations to Manvara Rajpal, Gauri Popli, Dhruv Agarwal, Harshit Khatter, Aahana Rajput & Chetanya Kumar for receiving laurels in Inter School Competition which was held at Cambridge Foundation School.


  • Our Junior Boys Team got 3rd Position in Table Tennis Tournament which was held at Mount Abu School, Rohini.


  • Anushka Gupta of Class VIII B bagged 3rd Position in Atavistic - Worli Art Competition which was held at Cambridge Foundation School.


  • Saloni Yadav of class IX got Best Speaker Prize with cash amount of Rs. 7000/- in Hindi Debate Competition which was held at Goodley Public School.


  • Mahi Tyagi of class Prep got 1 Position in Show and Tell Competition which was held at Doon Public School.


  • Anjali Sharma, Shubh Gupta and Sahil Chawla of Class XI bagged First Prize in Science Quiz Competition held at Zonal Level.


  • Gurjass Singh of Class VII bagged First Position in Instrumental Competition in Zonal Level.


  • We got 4 prizes in different categories in 'Expression 2016' which was held at Mount Abu School - I Prize in Nukkad Natak, II Prize in Waqt Hamara Hai, II Prize in Raise your Voice & II Prize in La Chanson Francaise.


  • Heartiest Congratulations to Shivansh Tyagi of class XII-A who bagged Gold Medal in CBSE Taekwondo Inter School Competition.


  • We bagged 3 Prizes in Annual Inter School On the Spot Painting & English Declamation Competitions which was held at Rainbow English Sr. Sec. School, Janak Puri.


  • Kamalpreet Kaur got I position in Zonal Science Seminar.


  • Manmeet Kaur bagged II Prize in Inter School Debate Competition which was held at Modern Era Public School, Janak Puri


  • 10 STUDENTS & 2 TEACHERS VISIT GIIS SCHOOL, SINGAPORE AS PART OF BRITISH COUNCIL ISA AWARD STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM. THEY ALSO VISITED THE ARYA SAMAJ WHICH WAS SET-UP BY THE SCHOOL FOUNDER DR BR SAHGAL.


  • We got 1 Prize in T-Shirt Designing, 2nd Prize in Painting & Best Out of Waste Competitions which was held at Columbia Foundation Sr. Sec. School, Vikas Puri.


  • ADARSH PUBLIC SCHOOL RECEIVES THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD (ISA) 2015-18 BY THE BRITISH COUNCIL.


  • We bagged I prize in Centre Level Science Exhibition.


  • Our school got 'Rolling Trophy' in Inter School Competition-SMRITIYAN AUR SANKALP' which was held at Hansraj Model School, Punjabi Bagh.


  • Divoja Dahiya of class II got Cash Prize of Rs. 500 in Infinity-2015 which was held in Rainbow English School, Janak Puri.


  • Aaryan of Class IV bagged Silver Medal In Zonal Taekwondo Tournament 2015-16.


  • Cambridge Foundation School, Rajouri Garden & Talent Sports Academy bagged 12th B.R.Memorial Rolling Trophy 2015.


  • Our school got 1 Rank in National Robotic Championship which was held in Shiv Nadar School, Gurgaon on 9th & 10th April 2016. For more information regarding FTC Please visit : https://www.facebook.com/Adarsh-Robocops-536687606505431/


  • Heartiest Congratulations to Students, Teachers & Staff for being among top 30 schools at All India Level in Street Play & Media Project on Child Labour conducted by CBSE.


  • We bagged Rolling Trophy and 1st Prize in Dance & Art Effect Competitions which was held at Happy Hours School.


  • We got I & III Prize in Kalakriti Printing Competition & International Folk Dance which was held in N.K.Bagrodia School, Dwarka.


  • Mrs. Rashmi Mathur PGT English was awarded with the prestigious State Teachers Award on 5 September 2016 for her excellent contribution in enriching the language skills and for showing exemplary result in class XII examination conducted by CBSE.


  • We bagged II Prize in Inter School Competition which was held at Indraprastha World School, Paschim Vihar.


  • Proud moment for Adarshians : Our students brought laurels in 4th NCSQCC 2016 : Ist Runner up in Poster & Slogan Competition (Senior Category), 2nd Runner Up in Collage Making & Nukkad Natak, Best Speaker for the Motion in Debate Competition & Most Stunning Performance in Dance Competition. Heartiest Congratulations to the Management, Staff & Students.


  • In Debate Competition Nipun Gaur bagged the best speaker for the motion and Sneha Ganesh bagged the Commendation Award. In Collage Making Competition Surbhi Arora and Pratishtha Kukreja bagged the first Runner's Up Position. Lavangi Sehgal and Aditi Gupta bagged Special Commendation Award in Poster Making, In Quiz Commendation Award bagged by Sahil Chawla and Shubh Gupta, Cultureal segment - a non competitive event where adarshians danced on the tunes of medley recived a standing ovation award.


  • Heartiest Congratulations to Pragun Chaudhary, Aryan Veer, Yashasv Bhatnagar and Madhur Pratap for receiving First Prize and Avneet Kaur, Diwanshi Agarwal, Shruti Popli & Anmol Dureja for receiving Second Prize in Science Model Making Competition in Zonal Level.
  • "A smile is a curve that sets everything straight".

    24/10/2017

    The Inspiration : The Road Less Travelled - Dr Bhagat Ram Sahgal.

    Adarsh Public School President- United Nations Citizen Forum
    Chairman- All India Anti Corruption Federation
    President- Peace Conference, London, 1930


    Following is a short biography of the man who had a vision in mind, a vision to secure the future of the children of this noble country by doing his bit. His contribution to the society cannot be measured but can be only felt by the thousands who had the privilege to be in touch with him or the millions who have benefitted from his works to this very day. One of his many endeavours was the establishment of the Adarsh banner in the education sector of the country.

    Dr Bhagat Ram Sahgal was born on 1st January 1900, in a family of humble origin, which ran a local cloth shop in Lahore, now in Pakistan, and sold clothes, imported from England. His father Lala Bal Mukand could not persuade Bhagat after he had completed his matriculation, to stay in the family business as he had interest in pursuing further education and become a doctor by profession. His passion to address public gatherings and a desire to do his bit for the nation, at a time when the whole country was fighting to break the shackles of the British Raj was much appreciated by the then, leaders of the freedom struggle. He was sent to countries like South Africa, and even England to spread the message of universal brotherhood and peace to the Indians living abroad.

    It was at this juncture that the role of Raja Ram Mohan Roy emerged in the history of India, along with the evolution of the Arya Samaj. Dr Bhagat Ram Sahgal with the support of the local Indians founded the Arya Samaj in East London, U.K., Durban in South Africa and Singapore. So much so, that his statue still remains in the main hall of the office of the Arya Samaj in Singapore and their timely periodicals have his name on the front pages.