School Announcements

Rajani Shekhar, PrincipalDear Parent,

We are close to the end of a fruitful academic session 2008-2009. As India went through the atrocities of terrorism and the world faced economic recession, there were instances of hope for the future in the form of Abhinav Bindra, Mahesh Bhupathi, Sania Mirza, the Chandrayan team, Yuki Bhambri and of course Obama.

Giving away cash awardsD. B. M. S. English School honours its students every year for excelling in academics. In the morning assembly of the school 62 students were awarded Rs. 200 per subject for 134 subjects for having secured 90% and above marks in a particular subject in all the three terminal examinations of the academic session 2007-2008. The Management of the School Managing Committee today distributed cash awards to the tune of Rs. 26,800. Mrs. Kamala Subramanian, Secretary (Adm.), Mrs. Jaishree Hariharan, Secretary, Mrs. Lakshmi Varadharajan (Treasurer), Mrs. Rajani Shekhar (Principal), Mrs. Alpana Chalil (Vice-Principal) gave away the awards to the awardees.

ICSE Top 3 in 2008

1 Ravi Shankar Guha 96.6%
2 Sonia Ghosh 94.4%
3 Tanishta Nandi 94.4%
1 Remika Roy Choudhury 93.6%
2 Anshu Padia 93%
3 Shreya Ghosh 92.6%

School Entrance

Information regarding Std. XI admission 2009-2010

Forms will be issued on
Monday, 10th November. 2008
Timing: 02.00 p.m. To 04.00 p.m.

Dear Parents,

We have just got back to school after the Summer vacation and it has indeed been an eventful one for all of us at D. B. M. S. Our outgoing Std. X and Std. XII students have done us proud and we have outstanding results in both I.C.S.E and I.S.C. There have been 121 students (Out of 181 students) who have secured single points in ISC (English + Best Three subjects) and 55 students who have secured single points (English + Best 4 Subjects) in ICSE.


DBMS English School turns 50!


History was created in Jamshedpur in the year 1965 when D. B. M. S. started an English Medium School. As Hindi medium school was already running much to the satisfaction of everyone, D. B. M. S. was then approached by young parents who wanted English Medium Education for their children. The only existing boy’s school and girl’s school could not fulfill the growing needs of young parents who had come from all over India as a result of expansion of TISCO.