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Faculty members and students of DBMS English School with the runners-up trophy. Picture by Srinivas Jamshedpur, Aug. 21: When steel city schools are in the habit of doing their hometown proud, why should DBMS English School be an exception?

Students of DBMS recently bagged the runners-up trophy at a global event, beating more than 70 national and international schools. It was the first time that the school participated in Macfair International, organised by City Montessori School in Lucknow, and were declared the second best team.

Documentary filmmaker Tathagata Bhattacharya with DBMS English School Principal, Rajani Sekhar before a screening of his film.Renowned Filmmaker Tathagata Bhattacharya, an alumnus of DBMS School, is planning to make a short film with the students of his alma mater.

Bhattacharya’s school is famous for producing cine stars and beauty queens. Cine star R Madhavan, director Imtiaz Mi and Miss India Tanushree Dutta are the noted alumni of this school.

The filmmaker suddenly discovered the English teacher of the school Siddharth Sen who acted in his short film Coloured. “I knew Sen as an actor but didn’t know that he was also a teacher at my old school. Madhavan was one year junior to me and Imtiaz was very junior to me,” he said.

Vijay NairJamshedpur, Nov. 5: Not many people know him, but Vijay Nair has done the steel city proud.

Nair, a former student of DBMS English School and XLRI, has carved a niche for himself in the world of theatre and writing after having an equally successful stint as a management guru.

Born and brought up in Jamshedpur, Nair made the city proud when he was recently invited by the University of Iowa in USA to attend a three-month writers’ residency programme. At least 30 authors from across the globe are participating in the seminar, which started in mid-October and would continue till mid-December.

Students with the items made of waste. Telegraph picture Jamshedpur, July 1: Students today used waste as a resource to showcase their creative best at an exhibition organised by the environment club of DBMS English School on the institute premises.

Waste material like old unused bottles, old clothes and coconut shells were turned into beautiful showpieces.

Jamshedpur, April 14: It was a day to recognise consistent hard work and grit of fair power.

Five women Lata Khalkho, Kanta Sarkar, Basanti Hembrom, Mamta Bagh and Shanti Lata were recognised for their rare accomplishments at the 12th Bhanumathi Neelakantan Awards ceremony held at the DBMS School here this evening amid a gamut of cultural programmes staged by school students.

Thirty-year-old Lata Khalkho, who barely manages to walk, won the recognition in the physically challenged category.