The school has several clubs in place. There is a Photography Club, MUNIPS (Model United Nations- Indore Public School), One Earth Society (Eco Club) and the Rangdhara Club.
The Photography Club, among all these clubs, has won accolades for the school. Their list of achievements is endless.
Our student Aryan Yadav won the Best Photographer Award in International Press in IIMUN held at NDPS, Indore wherein Garvit Singh Naruka was the Head of Indore Public School, Photography Club. Aryan Yadav, got the third position in the city photography competition SAMIKSHA on the occasion of World Photography Day. Pictures of Aman Patni were selected for an exhibition organized by ZICA at Pritamlal Dua Sabhagraha.
Manvendra Singh Alawa secured the first prize in the Inter School Competition held at Indus World School. In a photography competition organized by a group- INDORE VOYAGE, Garvit Singh Naruka and Vaishnavi Jha pocketed the second and the third position respectively.
Exclusive clicks by Piyush Joshi, Class XII Member of Photography Club.
The MUN Club of Indore Public School (MUNIPS) is equally active and has various awards to its credit. In addition to the awards won by the Indore Public School Photography members, the delegation to various countries in several MUNs have also been acclaimed and recognized.
IPS hosted the largest chapter Conference; IIMUN Indore -2018 from the 27th- 29th of July, 2018.
Indore Public School which believes that, “Education is not mere collection of Knowledge, it is the foundation of life” and to prove the point, it has collaborated with IIMUN whose motto is to Take India Forward. IIMUN is a movement, to unite nations by making the youth of the world become global citizens.
Grand opening ceremony at the inception witnessed renowned people from various walks of life, right from the Singer Leslie Lewis to India’s Ambassador Mrs. Manju Seth.
During the next three days the High School Students coming from the various schools of Indore discussed about issues such as ‘data privacy’ and ‘the rising nuclear threats’ in various committees like UNSC, SOCHUM, Lok Sabha, UNHRC. Discussion on the issues and ways to resolve them with the consensus of all was the aim of the chapter 2018. The best solutions sent to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and United Nations for consideration.
“Team Work leads to Dream Work”.
Working with Eco Club- ONE EARTH SOCIETY is a wonderful experience wherein not only learning takes place but realizing, experiencing, and preserving the beauty and importance of nature is also reinforced.
Founded by Srijan Bhan and Taha Khan in 2014 with 47 members the Eco Club today boasts of a proud figure of 81 members. The ever increasing participation is itself a testimony to the success of this club.
We conduct Cleanliness drives, Plantation drives, Dustbin making competition, Slogan writing competitions, Poster making competition, and also saw enthusiastic participation. The drives carried were an outset of our journey to team work, self realization, and our responsibilities towards creating an eco friendly environment.
We aim to work towards our goal of making our surroundings a better place to live in. To accomplish this a pair of eco monitors from each class have been given the responsibility of maintaining cleanliness in class. With the vision of fulfilling the dream of our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi we aim to move ahead. We are thankful to our Principal Ms. Banashrii Bijoli Barman for her unstinted support and guidance without which we would not have achieved this height.
‘Art’ is where we make meaning beyond language.
Art is something we do.
It is an expression of our thoughts, emotions, intuitions, and desires, but it is even more personal than that: it’s about sharing the way we experience the world, which for many is an extension of personality. Fostering creativity won’t just increase a child’s chances of becoming the next Picasso.
The purpose of involving students in Arts and Craft classes is helping them develop mentally, socially, and emotionally. Creating art boosts young children’s ability to analyze and problem-solve in myriad ways, as while kids manipulate a paintbrush, their fine motor skills improve. By counting pieces and colors, they learn the basics of math. When children experiment with materials, they dabble in science. Most important perhaps, when kids feel good while they are creating, art helps boost self-confidence.
Indore Public School provides a platform to the students to explore their innate talent in various fields. The curriculum is designed to hone the aesthetic and artistic skills of the children. The Rangdhara Club organizes exhibitions all year round.
Art has been a part of our life for as long as the humans have existed. The purpose of art and its learning is to guide people or students in direction of self exploration and direct them to understand the deeper meaning of life. “ The aim of Art is to represent not the outward appearance of the things but their inward significance”. Art Education helps students to learn about the culture and tradition of different regions, countries, and continents. Moreover, it helps us to understand people who lived hundred years ago, and to learn the history of mankind.
Our aim of introducing Arts as a subject, is to make the students aware about the environment, their surrounding, societies, and to develop creative side of brain, that they can be more innovative, and expressive. We teach our students to work with different mediums like- Water color, Oil color, Acrylic color, Pastels etc. We have included Canvas Paintings, Sketching Still life drawings, and paintings.
We teach them folk art of India like- Miniature paintings, Worli painting, and Tribal art. The purpose of Fine Art teaching is to prepare the students for professional courses. Students develop their craftsmanship by learning different types of craft work. We teach our students to work with different materials like- jute, cloth, clay etc. We involve variety of craft work in our syllabus like- Egyptian Clock design, Interior cascade, Mural design, Hanging lamps, Fabric painting, Installation with waste products, and Sculpture. We promote our students to work by conducting Exhibitions. Students also visit commercial as well as non-commercial art exhibitions to learn the contemporary art work, review them, and share their opinion.