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The DIPSITES ASSOCIATION Annual Dinner is an evening of fun and frolic, nostalgia and memories, meeting prominent DIPSITES and old teachers/ principals, catching up with old friends, making new ones…

This year we endeavor to add new dimensions:

* Our Alumni Annual Dinner raises some funds too, for a befitting cause:The Loomba Memorial Trust. Launched in London in 1998 in the presence of the British Prime Minister Tony Blair and in India in 1999, the Loomba Memorial Trust aims to provide education for the children of poor widows in India, irrespective of religion, caste and gender.

* DIPSITES are doing breathtaking work on many fronts- and instituting a "DIPSITE of The Year Award" is not out of place. Starting from this year we will have categories of Nation Building, Public Service, Wellness & Education, Entrepreneurship, Business person, Entertainment& Creativity- and such like.

This 27th December guarantees loads of excitement with exciting prizes to be won- holiday breaks and weekends at exotic locations, candlelight dinners at fine restaurants, great apparel and personal jewelry......

So, reserve your seat now- and don't miss out a great evening and an opportunity to mingle with some top and glamorous DIPSITES!

DATE: Wednesday 27th December, 2006
VENUE: Panchsheel Rendevous
(Panchschila Park, Malviya Nagar Road Tel: 26682222/4444)
TIME: 7 pm onwards
DRESS: Formal, with a dash of green

"Thank you DIPSITES" says Blind Relief Association School

  • The Blind Relief Association- Delhi School (near DPS Mathura Road) had requested the DIPSITES ASSOCIATION to assist in terms of apparel for it's school students.
    Many DIPSITES volunteered to assist including Karan and Pratibha Garewal (USA), Sachin Trehan (USA), Priytosh Wali, Ashish Bhutani, Namit Bhalla, Micky Kapoor, Davinder Vacher, Saket Gupta…. and the BRA School thanks each one of you all for your sentiments and generosity.
    DIPSITE Amit Sahi (1982 batch) magnanimously picked up the tab for the entire sets of clothing costing Rs.30,000/-.
    At a small and simple ceremony at the BRA School at 11 am on Friday 24th November 2006, Amit Sahi handed over a cheque for Rs.30,000/- to The Manager .
    Amit, great job! We are proud of you.


The DIPSITES 'do' in Mumbai on Saturday 11th November 2006 was extremely pleasant and well attended. Manoj Arora, heading the Western India DIPSITES initiative did a commendable job and 50+ DIPSITES were present.
The evening got off to a great start at 8.30 pm and very soon the inimitable chatter of the DIPSITES filled the room. Mr. Behari, the senior most DIPSITE present and respected Mr. Chabbra- Principal DPS, Mumbai were felicitated followed by all DIPSITES giving a quick introduction and one fond remembrance of the yesteryears.
Nostalgia overtook many as Mr. Din Dayal, Mr. Rajinder Singh and other teachers were affectionately remembered.
Mr. Dinesh Lal a senior DIPSITE and a prominent Mumbaiyite had invited a Tarot Card reader who gave a futuristic perspective to many and on my asking her what the stars foretold for The DIPSITES ASSOCIATION she replied that next years reunion would be four fold...

Suggestions are welcome.


PAST EVENTS (Since 1992)

  • This Spring event for Dipsites and families include field and athletic events:

  • - Cricket match (limited overs)
    - Football, Volleyball, Basket ball (Men and Women)
    - Atheletics (100 metres, Medley, three legged race etc.)
    - Tug-of-war
  • Musical chairs, Tambola Animal Rides for children and several other games including Magic Show, keep the Dipsites and their families delighted for hours together.
  • Prizes are awarded to winners of events;
  • Snacks counters and other fun-filled events make the day a memorable one. Many other prizes including Raffles await to be won.

  • Usually held at the dimly lit lawns of THE FARMHOUSE RESTAURANT, with the towering Qutab Minar in the background, this delightful Autumn event has all the ingredients for nostalgia and romance.
  • Dipsites remember the yesteryears, meet all their friends, reliving old times. The gala musical extravaganza includes pulsating music, mouthwatering cocktail snacks and a lavish buffet.
  • Several Dipsites win prizes for titles that include 'Dipsite Princess and Prince', 'Best lady and male dancer', 'Most interestingly dressed lady and gentleman' and so on.

DIPSITES ANNUAL DINNER (Cocktails/ Dinner & Dance)…Dec 27th
  • A grand event at the end of each year well attended by several hundred Dipsites and their families; sharing old memories and friendships; making new friends from the same grand Institution.
  • There is the usual razmatazz, pep and zing. Vibrating music, cocktails and a sumptuous dinner leading Dipsites- both young and old, to dance into the wee hours of the morning.
  • Add-on events sometimes include an impromptu catwalk for Fashionable Dipsites to show off their trendy attire; Computer matching of compatibility with an old friend thru ‘Biorhythms’; Identification process leading many to come with ‘a dash of green’ on their person for our school colour.
  • Fantastic prizes always await to be won.

Other Contributions of the DIPSITES ASSOCIATION

Dipsites have not forgotten their Alma Mater and have contributed, to the best of it's abilities, in keeping our school flag flying aloft.
  • Your Dipsites Association had, in 1994, contributed in raising funds (Rs.75,000/-) for the newly constructed Nursery Block at DPS Mathura Road, by way of a PLAY by Amir Raza Hussain.
  • The DIPSITES AFFINITY CARD (A Credit-Card joint venture between the DIPSITES ASSOCIATION and Standard Chartered Bank) launched in September’98 has now crossed the 900 mark (without advertisement). Has been well written about in leading Newspapers and Magazines.
  • First ever Dipsites Directory comprising over 2000 members in 1994. Second edition in 1999 with over 4000 members.
  • Your Dipsites Association contributed, in 1999, a sum of Rs. 1,50,000/- to the school for the Golden Jubilee celebrations.
  • More recently at the Annual Dinner on 27th Dec. 1999, the Dipsites Association contributed Rs. 50,000/- towards DPS Mewat, a Delhi Public School in an economically challenged area in Haryana, India
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