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Indian Pollution Control Association and Motherson Group (funding partner) conducted SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT awareness progamme for the Environment club students on 6th May, 2024.

It was an interactive session where the importance of segregation of different kinds of waste was reiterated to the students. They were explained how dry, wet and hazardous waste can be separated at home and in school. Wet waste is collected in composters/aerobins in the school which decomposes within 3 months, generating a rich manure. Dry waste can be sent for recycling.

Students learnt that poor solid waste management can have health, environmental and socio-economic implications. For event gallery Click here

International Labour Day: Aabhar Diwas

Springdales School, Pusa Road celebrated "Aabhar Diwas" on the occasion of International Labour Day - 1st May 2024 with a special assembly for its support staff. The students expressed their heart felt gratitude by sharing hand made cards and contributing towards a thoughtful gift for each one of them. An endeavor made possible by collaborative efforts of students, parents, and school staff. For event gallery Click here

56th Gowardhan Dass Declamation Contest

The 56th Gowardhan Dass Declamation was held at Springdales School, Pusa Road on Tuesday, 30 April 2024. The contest was instituted in the year 1967 in memory of Mr. Gowardhan Dass, the founder Chairman of Springdales Education Society. A fine orator, he was interested in all socio-economic and political problems faced by society.

As Dr Mala Gupta, Principal, Springdales School, welcomed the gathering, the event opened with a piano presentation and band performance, followed by a welcome address by Ms. Shuchi Bajaj, Head of the Social Science department.

Sixteen teams from some of the leading schools of Delhi participated in the event. Prominent academics, Prof Nidhi Gulati and Debjani Sengupta of Delhi University, and acclaimed independent journalist, Ms Bhumika Saraswati, judged the contest. It was presided over by Mr. CV Srikanth, old Springdalian, batch of 1985.

The declamation covered a range of topics, from gender and society, language and art, to the effects of poverty, hunger and violence in the world. With intuitive insights and relevant research, the teams put together impactful speeches for the audience.

After a very close competition, the Gowardhan Dass Rolling trophy for the Best Team was awarded to Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan. The Anil Das Trophy for the Second Best team was secured by DPS Mathura Road. The K.C. Khanna Special Award for the Best Speaker was awarded to Springdales School Pusa Road and Bluebells International School. The host school did not compete for the Gowardhan Das and Anil Das trophies.

The event proved to be a great platform for enthusiastic participation and knowledge sharing. For event gallery Click here

Shri I.P. Kapoor Memorial Football Tournament

The 12th Shri I.P. Kapoor memorial football tournament was held at Springdales School, Pusa Road on 19th April, 2024 to commemorate the dedicated services of Shri I. P. Kapoor, who served the institution as a physical education teacher for 35 years. His sincerity and commitment towards the school and sports were exemplary.

It was an inter-unit match between the teams of Springdales, Pusa Road and Springdales, Dhaula Kuan. It aimed to inculcate the team-spirit and sportsmanship in the students.

Principal, Dr. Mala Gupta along with family of Shri I.P Kapoor and members of the managing board offered floral tributes to Late Shri I.P. Kapoor. In her welcome address, Dr. Gupta encouraged the participating teams and wished the players good luck. She also stressed upon fair play and competitive spirit which are vital on the sports field.

The two teams played with a lot of zeal and put up a tough fight. They were cheered by the audience for their delightful and enthralling game. For event gallery Click here


On 3rd and 4th April, 2024, SUPW orientation program was organized for class XI. The aim was to initiate on introductory discussion about the community service initiatives in the school and the way they are executed through the SUPW curriculum. Class XI was divided in to two batches. They were taken for visits to different NGOs on both days.

Our students visited Dasghara and Todapur (our adopted communities). On the first day, we went for our monthly ration distribution visit, exposing our students to the functioning of the SANDHAAR ADOPT A GRAN PROJECT. Next day, we went for a community walk in order to develop an understanding about the profile of Dasghara.

One section of students visited Rose Udaan - a shelter home for girls. Our young enthusiasts had a great experience, interacting and spending quality time with the beneficiaries of our volunteering initiative. Another section went to Arya Mahila Ashram, getting an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations with the elderly.

We also went to Salaam Balak Trust – a shelter home for boys rescued from the streets where our students engaged in many recreational activities with the boys of the home. Such experiences not only orient us to difficult situations that the most vulnerable sections of society find themselves in, but also instill a sense of compassion and generosity in us. For event gallery Click here


Springdales School, Pusa Road held their Annual Athletic Meet on 21st March 2024. Students from Class VI-XII participated in various athletic and track events. The meet was declared open by the chief guest Dr. Swati Pal, Principal, Janki Devi Memorial College, DU.

The Principal, Dr. Mala Gupta along with the chief guest witnessed the march past from the saluting base. The squads comprising of National and State Players, school prefects and the eight houses were led by their captains. Students enthusiastically participated in track events and were cheered by the audience. The programme culminated in a finale where the students stood in unison upholding the spirit of sportsmanship.

The chief guest, Dr. Swati Pal, spoke of the importance of sports personal fitness through games and athletics. Top athletes were honored with awards and the house trophy as well as best marching squad was won by Equality House.

The Divakar Sinha rolling trophy for the outstanding athlete of the year was awarded to Vihaan Singh of std XI. For event gallery Click here

Celebrating the life of a legend- Dr Rajni Kumar

Students and staff of Springdales Pusa Road came together on 5th March 2024 to honour and mark a momentous occasion, the 101st birth anniversary of our founder principal Dr. Rajni Kumar and her magnanimous life journey. A life worth celebrating and worth saluting with a song in the heart and spring in her step she laid the foundation of this institution: Springdales. We all take immense pride to be a part of this Springdalian Family, a community that she built with compassion, unparalleled vision and conviction. Dr. Rajni Kumar inspired everyone around her through example to be rigorous at work but at the same time taking delight in little things of life. One would often see her laughing heartily and singing her favourite songs.

Principal, Dr. Mala Gupta, Manager, Dr. Usha Ram along with senior members of the staff paid floral tributes and reminisced their experiences of having worked with Ma’am Kumar. Soulful melodies and mesmerizing dance performances by teachers and students marked this momentous occasion.

A Visionary, Dr. Kumar encouraged internationalism and interconnectedness with nations across the world passing on Springdalian legacy, Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam. She leads an exemplary life based on values of humanism. For event gallery Click here


The Annual health Camp for support staff of Springdales School, Pusa road and Dhaula Kuan along with 32 Grans under the Sandhaar Adopt - A- Gran project was organised on 24th February, 2024 at Springdales school, Pusa Road.

30 specialists in various fields including Dentists, Eye specialists, Peliatrician, ENT specialists, Cardiologists, General physician, Gynaecologists, Neurologist, Orthopaedic doctor were present. They were assisted by 36 student volunteers and social workers from Springdales school, Pusa and D.K. The Principal of both the schools graced the occasion with their motivational thoughts.

There was a lucky Draw organised by The Old Springdalian Association for the supporting staff. The families of the staff were also invited and participated enthusiastically in the event followed by an elaborate lunch hosted by OSA. Dr. Ritu Verma, Trustee, OSA, gave an overall summary of the programme and thanked everyone involved in the success of the programme. For event gallery Click here

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