Inter School IT Symposium Wartex #3.0 was held on 25th October 2017 at Shaheed Rajpal DAV Public School, Dayanand Vihar.Exun Clan bagged the Overall Winners Trophy.The Individual Results are as follows:
Turn Up The Bass – Runners Up
Design 360 – Runners Up
Robo-Wars – Second Runners up
Sagacity – Winners
Eliminator – Second Runners Up
Veer Rathore Singh [Domain Square+]
The second edition of the annual Inter-DPS IT Festival, IT@Cutting Edge was held on Saturday 4th August 2012, at Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram. The event saw massive participation and was hailed as a resounding success. DeCryptonite, an online cryptic hunt, was held over two days and had 2182 participants from 47 DPS Schools. The onsite event garnered a participation of more than 150 students across 25 schools under the aegis of the DPS Society. Along with DeCryptonite, there was another competitive event, Inst@nt dZine which tested the website and graphic designing skills of participants. Several workshops were also held for educating the students on IT skills, including Game Programming Logic, which was conducted by an outstanding Exun Alumni – Rishabh Marya; Web Designing session taken by multifaceted ex-Exun geek Bhuwan Khattar; Robotics session was taken by the robotics teacher Ajitkumar K.G. with his team of students from robotic club and Graphics & Animation session was taken by creative Exun members – Sibesh and Trijeet. A Mock Parliament Session was also held which helped students express, share and discuss their views on “Impact of INTERNET on modern form of LEARNING”. The mock parliament session was conducted by ex-Exun presidents Kush Agrawal (batch of 2011), Aishwarya Kane (batch of 2012) and Dhruv Kumar (batch of 2007). The workshops were enriching experience for all the participants as the information and examples shared in them were interesting, simple and completely in different format from any other resources available elsewhere. At the closing ceremony, Dr. D.R. Saini, Principal, D.P.S. R.K.Puram spoke about importance of IT in the modern life and how it makes decision making transparent and impartial. He quoted the example of sports in Olympics, where all the decisions are taken with the help of technology tools, which can not be challenged, and there is no room for wrong judgement. He praised the efforts of participants and organisers for making this event a grand success. Mrs. Renu Mittal, Director, D.P.S. Society, who was gracing the occasion thanked the principal, the computer department and the computer club “ExunClan” of DPS RK Puram for hosting the DPS Society event wonderfully and congratulated everyone. She also emphasised upon the usage of technology in learning of various languages and asked all the students to share their views on participating in IT events, which inculcate linguistic skills. At the end of the event, certificates and awards were given to the participants of various schools. All in all, it was a memorable Saturday, where learning and fun merged together seamlessly and left everyone wanting for more.
Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram organized its 16th annual computer symposium, Exun 2011, on 19th and 20th of November. The event surpassed all expectations, with a participation of more than 1000 students from 50 schools of Delhi and the NCR.
Day one started with the lighting of the lamp. The Principal, Dr. D. R Saini welcomed all the guests. There was a scintillating performance by the Exun band and the techie intro video was presented. The air was thick with anticipation and excitement as the symposium got off to a good start, and the participants dispersed for their respective events. The first day’s events consisted of the Group Discussion, Creative Event, Hardware and Benchmarking, as well as the preliminary rounds of the Senior and Junior Quizzes, Crossword and Gaming, whereas the second day comprised the final rounds of the Senior Quiz, Junior Quiz, Crossword, Hardware/Benchmarking and Gaming, as well as the Surprise Event, Programming and Swat The Bug. Each events’ updates and results were made available online on the exunclan.com immediately after completion of each of the events for the convenience of the participants.
While all the events conducted on the school premises saw a high level of talent and enthusiasm, the highlight of Exun 2011 was its 4 day long (13 Nov- 16 Nov, 2011) online event, SudoCrypt. This event was open to international participation. With registrations running into thousands, the event garnered more than two lakh hits on the site from over 30 countries including USA, UK, France and UAE. The first 25 rank holders of SudoCrypt received Expert Sudo International Rank Certificates and the Rank 1 received a HCL ME Pad as special prize.
The events at Exun provided a platform to each tech-enthusiast student to test his/her creative, logical and analytical skills. The host school was non-competitive and the Overall Trophy of Exun 2011 was won by DPS Dwarka. The symposium was a great experience for everyone present. It was coordinated by Mr. Mukesh Kumar, Head of Computer Department and his dedicated team of teachers. Exun 2011 more than lived up to expectations, and provided each and every person present there with some great memories.
Delhi Public School, R.K.Puram organised an Inter-DPS IT festival, IT@CuttingEdge on August 6, 2011 under the aegis of DPS Society. The fest consisted of three on-site events: the Junior Quiz, the Senior Quiz and Inst@nt dZine (a website and graphic designing event), as well as an online event, DeCryptonite. The online event ran for a full month, from 5th July to 1st August, and entailed a cryptic treasure hunt where students had to make their way through more than 30 online levels of increasing difficulty. DeCryptonite received a tremendous response from DPS schools across the country. Although the event started off with about 500 participants, the numbers soon began running into thousands, with over 6000 registrations being received from 62 DPS schools. The hunt was applauded by all, and ended with a total active participation of 3551.
During the on-site phase of the festival, 25 schools with over 140 participants exhibited their expertise in the field of IT and digital design in the three events. All three events saw extremely close competition, with teams trying their best to come out on top. DPS RK Puram, being the host school, remained non-competitive. The students and teachers of the school were a part of the organisation and judging of the event.
The Closing Ceremony was graced by the presence of Shri Ashok Chandra, Chairman DPS Society, Mrs. Renu Mittal, Director DPS Society, and Dr. D.R. Saini, Principal of DPS RK Puram. Dr. Saini expressed his thanks to the DPS Society for encouraging the festival, and spoke to the students about the importance of using technology appropriately.
Mrs. Renu Mittal too addressed the gathering, highlighting the need to show the sportsman spirit in competition and appreciating the efforts put into organising the fest.
The final round of the Senior Quiz was held in the presence of the distinguished guests, allowing them to glimpse the cutthroat competition that prevailed.
Prior to the award distribution, Shri Ashok Chandra shared his thoughts with the students, commending the effort put in by DPS RK Puram and the exceptionally high standard of the event and expressing his confidence and pride in the participants. He spoke about the importance of technology in modern education and the need to be followed rather than follow, leaving the students with his inspiring thoughts on constantly being innovative and striving for excellence.
The entire IT festival was a true example of human networking and technological growth.
After a lot of procrastination, Exun Clan finally has an application on the Android Market.
It’s compatible with all versions of Android released after v1.6, and also has support for multi-touch devices.