It was on 23rd July, 1984 that APS MATHURA started its journey. The raising Day of APS Mathura was celebrated with great spirit and fervour.

A special assembly was conducted to mark the significance of the day. The assembly commenced with a talk by the Head Boy of the school wherein he threw light on the foundation of the school, its history and initiatives taken by it in imparting education upto class XII. It was followed by Army School song sung by the choir. Further an astounding dance performance by the Primary children touched each and every heart. The program ended with the National Anthem.


A Book Fair,organised by ‘ Scholar India from Gurgaon’ was held on 28th March,2019 in the school premises.It saw an overwhelming response from the students and parents who had come to attend PTM. A wide range of books of all disciplines of education were put on display. The aim was to encourage and inculcate the love of reading among the students.

Basant Panchami Celebration

12345.JPGBasant Panchami is a festival that marks the arrival of the spring season with lots of hues spread everywhere in nature. This day is considered to be very auspicious day as the devotees worship Goddess Saraswati who is said to be the deity of knowledge, music, art, science and technology. To imbibe and nurture this spirit, APS Mathura also celebrated the day with lot of zeal and enthusiasm.

At the onset, morning assembly started with the prayer of Goddess Saraswati ‘Hey Shardey Maaa…’. Thereafter Mrs Nandini Chaturvedi, TGT Hindi elaborated upon the importance of the day also stating that the school is the temple of Goddess Saraswati, symbolic of Knowledge, so we should be doing good deeds and abstain from wrong acts.

Further, Mr MG Saraswat, TGT Maths conducted ‘Pooja’ along with the Coordinators and a group of students to pay sacred offerings to Goddess Saraswati and prayed for the growth and development of the institution.



“Moving on is a simple thing, what it leaves behind is hard.”

The students,staff and management of APS, Mathura bade farewell to the outgoing students of class XII on 31st January,2019.The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers and to reminisce joyous moments. Brig.H.S. Pilkhwal,the Chairman, APS Mathura was the Chief Guest of the occasion.The program began with the welcome song followed by lighting of the lamp.

The venue was set ablaze with cultural program followed with a ramp walk, self introduction,talent and Question Round for Master and Miss APS,Mtr.

Satvik of class XII Sc. Was adjudged Master APS,Mtr whereas Bidisha Boral of class XII Humanities was declared Miss APS,Mtr.The cultural program showcased the multiple talents of class XI students.

The highlight of the event was ‘Citation Ceremony’ the thought processed by the Honorable Principal.It was being given to every student of class XII and also the Honorable Chairman extended priceless words to each student  conveying them good wishes for their future. Thereafter, the chief guest delievered an inspiring speech and given a word of advice to class XII students for their bright career.

The program ended with the vote of thanks proposed by Riya Dusad,the Head Girl. Thereafter class XII students took leave from their teachers and friends with a heavy heart.


The DISTRICT LEVEL INTER SCHOOL QUIZ COMPETITION was organized by HANUMAN PRASAD DHANUKA SARASWATI BALIKA VIDYA MANDIR celebrating GIRLS’ DAY on 24th January,2019.Total 9 schools participated in the competition wherein three students of APS Mathura i.e. Stanley Roy of class VIII E, Arpita Padhi and Simran Choubey of class VIII G participated and secured Ist  position with a cash prize of Rs.3100 and a trophy. The participants were prepared by the computer teachers, Mr. Vikram Sethi and Mr. Amit Bansal. It’s a matter of pride for the school and the winners were honored on the stage  by the Chairman, Brig. H.S. Pilkhwal and the Principal of the School on 26th January,2019.


DSC_0093A proud moment when the constitution of India came into existence is celebrated as Indian Republic Day every year on 26th January with joy and great enthusiasm.

Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at APS Mathura on 26th January,2019. The occasion was graced by Brig. H.S. Pilkhwal,the Chairman, APS Mtr.The celebration began with the hoisting of the Indian flag followed by the National Anthem. The events that followed, included melodious patriotic Hindi songs and a mesmerising dance by the students. Deborah Faith Samuel of class XI Sc. Delievered a speech elaborating the significance of the day and also a patriotic poem was presented by Rupali of class XI reminding the students the sacrificies made by our great freedom fighters. Further the Chief Guest put forward a word of advice to all the students.The program ended with tree plantation and the sweet distribution.


The Jaipur Literary Festival is an annual festival which takes place in the Indian city of Jaipur each January.Nineteen students of APS Mathura with three teachers visited Jaipur Literary Festival on 25th January,2019.It was organized at Diggi Palace Hotel Jaipur, Rajasthan wherein renowned writers,thinkers,humanitarians,  politicians, business readers,sports people and entertainers come on one stage to champion the freedom to express and engage in thoughtful debate and dialogue.

Students attended the sessions with full enthusiasm and zeal.The highlights of the day were Talk and chat show of Javed Akhtar and Shabana Azmi.Further the students also attended the session of Shri Ashok Chakradhar and History of Rajasthan.

The main objective was intended to expose students with Literature World Fraternity and to enable them to interact with various writers and thinkers.



BRIG. H.S. PILKHWAL joined his duty in Mathura as Chief Engineer Head Qtr 1 Corps on 21st January,2019.Thereafter he took over the charge as the Chairman of APS Mathura Cantt.It was a matter of pride and honour  when Sir visited the institution’ on 22nd Jan,2019.The Principal made him familiar with the premises, ambience and infrastructure of the institution.Sir was introduced to the staff and interacted with the students. We look forward to shape up the institution and cooperate as per the worthy words of wisdom of the Honorable Chairman.


Books are uniquely portable magic. Book Fair play a huge role in encouraging reading habit among people of all age groups.

A Book Fair was organized in APS Mathura on 4th Jan,2019.It saw an overwhelming response from students and parents who had come to attend the PTM.It was a spectacle to watch.Books on wide range of topics were displayed. The highlight of the event was the ‘Book Reviews’ made by the students that captivated the maximum readers to the book stall. The aim was to encourage and inculcate the love for reading among students.


“The artist must be in his work

As  God in creation,

Invisible and all powerful,

One must sense him everywhere.”

Keeping this view, APS Mathura organised an Art & Craft Exhibition on 4th Jan,2019 in the school premises. The objective of the exhibition was to bring forth the innate skills and have the creative genius of the students. All the artifacts on display were the hardwork of the students which were made from indigenous products as jute,paper,beads etc. There were corners in the exhibition attributed to painting, glass painting, fabric,best out of waste.It surely displayed the talent which the children have.It got an overwhelming response both by the children as well as guardians. It was an enriching experience for the students and our art and craft teacher ‘Mrs. Neerja Khaneja’ who had taken pains to make this art and craft exhibition a success.

Clay Modeling

Clay art modeling is a fun art activity that involves the sculpting and molding of modeling clay into a variety of shapes and objects. It develops motor skills, social skills, cognitive skills. Also  helps children to develop imagination and spark creativity.

Mr. Manish highlighted the benefits of clay modeling through lecture cum demo. in JUNIOR WING , APS MATHURA CANTT on 07 Dec. 2018.

Rubella Vaccination Camp

Rubella (German Measles) is a contagious disease caused by a virus, but different virus than measles. People who gets rubella usually have mild illness, with symptoms that can include a low grade fever, sore throat, rashes on the face and spreads to rest of the body. Some people may also have headache, pink eye and generally discomfort before the rash appear. It can cause a miscarriage or serious birth defects in an unborn baby if a woman is infected during pregnancy.

Rubella can be prevented with MMR vaccine. This protects against three diseases: measles, mumps and rubella.

CDC recommends children get two doses of MMR vaccine, starting with the first dose at 12 through 15 months of age.

MMR vaccine is very safe and effective (about 97% at preventing rubella).

Dr. Swati Jadia highlighted the effects of rubella and benefits of MMR vaccine through lecture in JUNIOR WING , APS MATHURA CANTT on Nov16,2018.

Rubella vaccination camp was carried out on 26 Nov, 2018 by Dr. Swati Jadia along with her team. 379 children were vaccinated.

Brig Rajkumar , Commandant , MH Mathura Cantt. also visited Junior Wing during the Vaccination camp.

On Nov29, 2018 Lt Sangeeta M. along with Medical Assistant and complete Medical team vaccinated 457 students.

On Nov29, 2018 Brig Rajkumar , Commandant , MH Mathura Cantt. Again visited Junior Wing during the Vaccination camp.

Total 836 students of Junior Wing were vaccinated. The entire camp was carried out smoothly.