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Cradle fosters the weak
Life may not give us a second chance always, but institutes like DBMS Career Academy certainly does.
For Jamshedpur students who could not succeed in their final examinations but are above 12 years old, DBMS Career Academy has brought bags full of good news. These students can now directly opt for DBMS Career Academy to continue their study and that too without losing an academic year.
Qualifying the regional round of CNBC NSE “Funiancial Quest"
The CNBC NSE “FUNANCIAL QUEST” Quiz was held on 29th February, 2012 at the Tube Makers Club. The episode was filmed for telecast on CNBC – TV 18. The Quiz was hosted by noted Quiz Master Giri ‘PICK BRAIN’ Balasubramanian. The objective of the quiz is to ascertain the Financial Literary Quotient of the students. Seven schools participated in the quiz including D. B. M. S. English School. There were four exciting rounds, the first was a crossword, 2nd was visual round, the third round was based on basic financial concept and definitions and the fourth and the final round was based on short stories and the teams had to identify a concept being explain in that story. Yash Chaturvedi and Soumojeet Chakraborty of Std. IX of the D. B. M. S. English School were the winners of this regional quiz. They have qualified to participate in the National Semi Finals to be held in Mumbai in April.
DBMS girl gets big Bolly launch
Jamshedpur, May 30: A new face is all set to storm the Bollywood marquee.
Nothing prepared Jamshedpur girl Summan Mishra (24) for stardom. Growing up in her Kadma-Sonari Link Road middle class home in Jamshedpur, and studying in DBMS English School, and later, Motilal Nehru Public School, she wanted to be a doctor like her dad S.K. Mishra.
Today, Sumann — she likes to use her first name — is known as a sultry model who will be seen in A Game Called Relationship, a film directed by Vivek Sharma. Sharma had earlier directed the two biggest superstars of Bollywood — Big B and the Badshah — in Bhoothnath and is known for being the man who convinced the choosy Amitabh Bachchan to play a ghost.
National recognition for Jamshedpur principal
Rajani Shekhar of DBMS to receive award from the President on Teacher’s Day this year
Principal Rajani Shekhar along with Shubhodeep Bose and Shruti Gupta in Jamshedpur on Monday. (Bhola Prasad)
Jamshedpur, June 6: Rajani Shekhar couldn’t have expected a better gift on Teacher’s Day.
The principal of DBMS English School in Jamshedpur has been selected for the National Award to Teachers conferred by the Union ministry of human resource development. Shekhar will receive the coveted award from President Pratibha Patil at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi on September 5 this year.
Lifeline for weak pupils
Jamshedpur, March 11: Schools of suicide city are waking up to the needs of weak students in probably their darkest hour — final exam results.
Come March, report cards trigger much stress and tears in many homes. To take away most of it, DBMS Career Academy has once again opened its doors. The board curriculum, which begins from Class VIII, causes many students to fail. It is at this vulnerable point that the academy steps in.