Recent Events

ATL Innovation Challenge

NITI Aayog, Government of India, organised the Atal Tinkering Laboratories (ATL) – Innovation Challenge, the final round in the selection process for the establishment of Atal Tinkering Laboratories. The ATL Innovation Challenge was held on 5th November 2016 in six cities across the country - New Delhi, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Guwahati, Pune and Hyderabad. 595 schools were been shortlisted (from the 13,000 schools that applied) and invited to participate in the challenge.

Annual Sports Day

The Annual Sports Day was held on 10th December 2016 at JRD Sports Complex. The Chief Guest was Mr Satnam Singh, Senior Manager, Tata Football Academy. Colourful drill displays were put up by the students and Green House was adjudged the best house.

The English and Hindi Recitation / Elocution / Declamation contest was held on 28th and 29th November 2016. Students from KG II to Std XII took part in the contest with great enthusiasm.

The participants displayed excellent oratory skills and rendered their chosen piece flawlessly.  The prize distribution ceremony was initiated by the Chairperson Mrs B Neelakantan, Jt Chairperson Board of Trustees Mr & Mrs B Chandrashekhar, Jt Secretary Mrs Meena Mohan, Treasurer Mrs Padma Shiva, and Principal Mrs Rajani Shekhar.

The Global Handwashing Day was organised on 19th october'16. The students of Std KG1 were taught how to wash their hands and were given information on importance of cleanliness.

The Stationery Drive was conducted on 10 th and 11th of November '16 in the memory of late Mrs. Lakshmi Vardarajan, Secretary of the School Managing Committee. Every student of DBMS Liliput School from the Kadma, Sonari , and BH Area were given stationery items.

Happy Diwali

The SAFE Club of the school, organized a rally on 26th October, to spread awareness on celebrating a safe Diwali. Around 300 students carried placards with safe Diwali messages and marched in the vicinity of Professional flats and nearby areas. The students of Std 3 carried placards and shouted slogans and went around the school to spread the message. 

Special assemblies were held in the Primary and Middle school levels to promote the importance of celebrating Diwali in a safe way.