Trips & Excursions

The school organises educational trips & excursions with the purpose of fostering team spirit, harmony and generating interest in nature and rich heritage and culture.

Maharana Mewar Public School touched foreign shores with a visit to UK. 14 students with the Principal Mr. Sanjay Datta (MMPS), Head Mistress Ms. Jhumur Gehlot (MMVM) and Art Teacher Mr. Maqbool Ahmed Abbasi visited the renowned places like Eton, Oxford, Windsor Castle etc. in England.

Udaipur, Maharana Mewar Public School, February 1, 2018

MMPians enthused on Educational Trip to Bengaluru

Chaperoned by Mrs Chitra Sharma (TGT,Science) 14 students of Maharana Mewar Public School embarked on an educational trip organised by RAN TOURISTA to Bengaluru from January 18-23,2018 wherein they explored places of tourist interest and educational value in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Ooty and Coonoor.

The students were enthused to visit St.Philomenas Church,Mysore Palace in Mysuru,Botanical Garden,Ooty lake,Paeka Lake,Shooting Point in Ooty and Tea Gardens, Tea and Chocolate Factory and Dodabetta Peak in Coonoor.

In Bengaluru the students explored Brindavan Gardens,Krishnaraj Sagar Dam,Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace and Daily Dump, a start –up run by Mrs Poonam Bir Kasturi which educates about Waste Management of Bio- degradable waste to convert into compost.

Panch Mari visit

90 students from classes VII to XII accompanied by Ms Kalpana Dharmawat (Guide Leader), Mr Manoj Kumar Ameta (Scout Leader), Ms Mamta Sharma (TGT, Science), Ms Saba Shaukat Sheikh (TGT, Social Science), Mr Sunil Paliwal (TGT, Mathematics), Dr Nirmala Rao (TGT, Hindi) and Mr Rohit Pastor (PET) attended the 404th National Adventure Camp organized by the Bharat Scouts & Guides at Pachmarhi (Madhya Pradesh) from April 23-29, 2019 with the aim to provide the students a rejuvenating break from their hectic & at times monotonous routine and give an insight about nature and its significance. The students excitedly explored the beautiful setting of the Camps and Activities planned for them. The Adventure Trip encompassed Rifle Shooting, Zip Line, Hurdle Crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing, Archery, Horse Riding and Trekking to Jata Shankar, Pandava Caves, Bee Fall, Gupt Mahadev, Chauragarh etc. They also witnessed Museum Bison Lounge, Ujjain and Dhupgarh Peak. They had a blast when they showcased their talent during the Cultural Activities. Overall, it was an outing that made them confident, courageous and to a great extent assisted them to conquer their fear.

Delhi visit

53 Members of INTACH Heritage Club, MMPS accompanied by Ms Pratima Paliwal, Ms Kamla Choudhary, In-charges, Mr Siddarth Singh Rathore (Sports Faculty) and Mr Anil Paneri(Lab. Demonstrator) went for a 3-day Heritage Tour to Delhi from 17th-21st December, 2018 with the aim to create awareness among the students about the built heritage of our country and help them relate to the historic parts of the city in a more personal and intimate manner. During the tour, they explored the places of historical importance in Delhi i.e. Red Fort, India Gate, Raj Ghat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Craft Museum and Lotus Temple. They also enjoyed the Heritage Walk in Lodhi Garden, Film on Heritage Awareness and learnt the Art of Restoration in Restoration Lab. They interacted with Major General Lalit K Gupta (Retd.), the INTACH Chairman and Ms Purnima Dutt, INTACH Principal Director, New Delhi. On the occasion, MMPS INTACH 2018-19 Report was presented by Himanshi Singh Rao (IX), Aaditya Singhvi (VIII) and Nilay Trivedi (VIII) to the Officials.

INTACH’s tour to Sikkim –Darjeeling

INTACH Heritage Club of MMPS undertook an educational trip to Sikkim and Darjeeling from October 14-19, 2019 . The 36 INTACH members along with their Club In charges Ms Pratima Paliwal and Ms Kamala Choudhary explored the places of significance encompassing Baba Temple, Changu Lake, Plant observatory, Japanese Pagoda, Padma Naidu Zoological Park, Tea Gardens, Buddhist Monastries etc. The highlight of the trip was breathtaking experience of sunrise at Do Tiger Hills(Darjeeling) and its reflection on the mighty Himalayas and Kanchunjanga.The students knowledge was enriched with a visit to The UNESCO World Heritage Site –The Darjeeling Himalayan Railways. The members got an insight into the flora and fauna , culture and life of the people at these places.