Recent Events

The students of the Environment Club of D.B.M.S. English School participated in a rally on Saturday, 16th August, supporting Jusco’s civic campaign ‘Zimmedar Nagrik Zimmedar Shaher’.  The students carried placards urging the public to ‘say no to plastic’ as well as distributed paper bags free of cost among the shops in the nearby Dhatkidih market.  The paper bags were made by the school students and was an effort towards realizing the civic responsibilities.

The D. B. M. S. English School celebrated “Earth Day” on 22nd April, 2014 to spread the message to protect the Earth by protecting the environment. The Primary and Middle School students spoke on the importance of protecting the Earth. They spread their message through slogans and chants.

The High School students put up a Nukkad Natak to make the children aware of Reuse, Recycle and Reduce.

XXth Award Function Held On 22nd April, 2014.

Chief Guest: 

Mrs. Ruchi Narendran

Managing Trustee – JEM Foundation and Chief Patron – AIWC

Six  awardees of this year:

Dressed as Swami VivekanandaD. B. M. S. English School today  organised three competitions on the occasion of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. As many as 100 students   participated.  Painting competition was  held for students of Class IV & V.  Written quiz contest  based on Swami vivekananda’s life was conducted for the students of Std. VI & VII. An essay writing contest was organised for the students of Std. VIII & IX on the topic given “India  of Swami Vivekananda’s Dream’.

Rani LakshmibaiThe D.B.M.S. English School has embarked on the ISA Certification journey once again beginning with the primary section on National Symbols. This gave them a glimpse of the National Symbols of their own country as well as their partner countries - Bhutan, China, Nepal, Spain, and Wales. The little ones of KG-II showcased their talent through a Fancy Dress competition. The KG-II A students dressed up as National Animals hopping on the stage while the National Birds from the KG-II C flew across to capture the judge’s attention. KG-II D students flaunted the national costumes of their partner countries while the KG-II B students were not far behind to showcase their talent through the emblematic representation while the national flowers from KG-II E swayed to spread their sweet fragrance on the stage.