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Extraordinary Characteristic of Little Flowers Public Sr. Sec. School

Little Flowers Public sr. Sec. School was established in 1975.The School is regarded as the Best School in Trans-Yamuna area and always stands First in Academic and Co-curricular Activities. School secured almost 100% Results in C.B.S.E. X & XII for last 35 years. L .F.P.S. Students have been participating in all Cultural Competitions and co-curricular activities and gets 1st & 2nd prize at Zonal, District & State level.

LITTLE FLOWERS PUBLIC SR. SEC. SCHOOL

  • Students Selected for Indian National Science Congress.(2013)
    A team of Five students Ravina Goel,Udita Mishra, Kajal Goel, Aditya Garg, Kartik Goel are participating in State Level Science Congress on the topic of “Study of Fuel Efficiency of  Fats and Oils” to be held in November 2013.

  • CHILDREN SCIENCE CONGRESS  (2012)
    A team of  5 students Abdulla,Barbie Gupta, Ekta Sharma, Saloni Arora and Arjun Jamdagni participated in Children Science Congress Competition on the topic “ Energy Explore ,Harness and Conserve ”and got 1st prize at Zonal, District & State level and   22nd rank at National  level.

  • Students Selected for Indian National Science Congress.(2012)
    99th Indian Science Congress was organized and a team of five Students Sarthak Deshwal, Garima, Monica Goel, Chetan Sharma and Aditya Sharma of Class XI & XII of Little Flowers Public school, Shivaji Park, Shahdara, Delhi -32 presented a project titled “Land Resources- Use for Prosperity, Save for Prosperity” which was highly commended by the esteemed and eminent panel of evaluators and selected for Indian National Congress. Aditya Sharma was selected to participate in the 99th Indian Science Congress) from 3rd to 7th January 2012 at Bhuwneshwar.

  • Students Selected for 19th National Children Science Congress (2011)
    Sarthak Deshwal was selected to participate in 19th National Children’s Science Congress held at Jaipur from 27th to 31st December 2011.

  • Students Selected for National Children Science Congress (2010)
    Students of Little Flowers Public Sr. Sec. School, Shivaji Park, were selected for 18th National Children Science Congress, Chennai-2010 held from 27th Dec – 31st Dec 2010 at VELS University, Pallavaram in Chennai. Himadree, a student of XI std., presented her group work on topic “Soil Structure & its Suitability for Tree Plantation”. The event was inaugurated by hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Mr. Karuna Nidhi. Hon’ble Scientist Prof. Yashpal, Noble Laureate Venkat Raman Ramakrishanan, Mathematician, Ramanujan, T.V Venkateshwaran etc. were present there. Little Florians were selected in top 50 among 700 participants Displaying the potential of the students, School Director Sh. D. R. Patel & Manager Mrs. C. M. Patel encouraged then for their the best performance.

  • Students Selected for Indian National Science Congress.(2009)
    97th Indian Congress was organized and a team of five Students Snehil Rastogi, Rachit Jain, Sanchi Jain and Rahul Gupta of Class XII of Little Flowers Public school, Shivaji Park, Shahdara, Delhi -32 presented a project titled “Bio-chemical Analysis of various water bodies of Delhi” which was highly commended by the esteemed and eminent panel of evaluators and selected for Indian National Congress. Sameer Sharma participated in the Rashtriya KLishore Vaigyanik Sammelan (Childres’s Science Congress) from 4th to 6th January 2010 at Trivendrum, Kerala jointly organized by University of Kerala and Indian Space Research organization. Rachit Jain selected for 17th NCSC 2009 held in Ahmedabad, Gujarat from 27th to 31st December 2009.

  • GREEN SCHOOL AWARD AT STATE LEVEL
    The school was adjudged among top ten schools of Delhi and awarded “Green school Award” conducted by Centre for science and environment (CSE). The Students were awarded by Hon’ble Chief Minister of delhi Smt. Sheila Dixit on 20th February at India Habitat Centre.

  • School got 3rd Place All Over Delhi in C.B.S.E.Class – X Examination in 2012-13 112 Students scored perfect 10 C.G.P.A

  • 62 Students got above 90% of marks in Class XII C.B.S.E. Examination n 2012-13. 7 students got 100% marks in Mathematics , 5 Students in Engg. Graphics and 1 student in Chemistry. 17 Students got Merit Certificates (o.1) in in Class XII C.B.S.E. Examination n 2012-13.

  • I Position in “ Tug of War Competition” at International Level.
    Madhur Tripathi represented India in 560 kg weight Category & got III position in “ Tug of War Competition” at International Level at held at Maharaja Agrasen Public School, Ashok Vihar, New Delhi

  • I Position in “ Tug of War Competition” at National Level.
    A team of five students Sahil Chaudhary, Shivam, Juned, Afzaal and Arpit of Little Flowers Public Sr. Sec. School participated in “Open National Tug of War Championship “2012-13 in 560 Kg weight Categories and 5480 Kg Weight Categories in Pune and got I position & Cash prize of Rs.31,000/- each.

    Kushagra Rana of Little Flowers Public Sr. Sec. School participated in 58th School National Tug of War in Ponda Goa and got I position and Cash prize of Rs.31,000/-.

  • National Science Olympiad :
    420 Students participated in NSO and won 8 gold Medals, 10 Silver Medals and 8 Bronze Medals

  • International Maths Olympiad :
    525 Students participated in “ International Maths Olympiad “ and won 9 Gold Medals, 9 Silver Medals and 10 Bronze Medals.

  • International English Olympiad :
    145 students participated in “International English Olympiad”, 6 students stood School toppers and got 6 Gold Medals, 5 Silver Medals and 5 Bronze Medals.

  • CCE System :
    School started CCE System since 2004-2005 Session and students doing excellent progress in this new system. School based evolution continuously done by our staff for last nine years successfully.

  • Youth Parliament Competition
    School has been participating in Youth Parliament Competition organized by Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs since 1998. Many times School secured I, II & III Position and Individual Prizes at National Level.

  • National Youth Festival
    School represented Delhi State seven times in All India National Youth Festival held in Calcutta, Chenai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and stood First & Second.

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