Recent Events

D. B. M. S. English School has partnered with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, U.K., under which they are conducting various events. The aim of the foundation is to create a world where religion will not restrict people from reaching out to others. Recently they had a Video Conference on 31st August with City School, Bhitshah, Pakistan. It was an enriching experience for the students of both sides of the border and they have had discussions about their school life, their city and their festivals.

DBMS English School celebrated Hindi Diwas on September 14, 2012. Different competitions were organised for students of KG to Std. VII. The function was attended by students, teachers, Principal, Mrs. Rajani Shekhar, and members of the Managing Committee. The first, second and third winners of the competitions were awarded. The competition for Classes KG to Std. III were managed by Mrs. Vidya Narayan, Co-ordinator Primary Section, along with Ms. Archana Mishra, Ms. Jyotishikha and other teachers. Ms. Bhuvna Shreedhar, Co-ordinator Middle School, Ms. Rohini Sathe, Ms. Renu Arora and others helped to successfuly organise the program. Mrs Rajani Shekhar, Principal, taking note of the enthusiasm among the students appreciated them and all the teachers who helped to organise the function successfully. The school's Managing Committee: Mrs. Lalitha Chandrashekhar, Joint Chairperson, Mrs. Hema Raghavan, Secretary, Mrs. Mina Mohan, Jt. Secretary, Mrs. Lakshmi Vardarajan, Treasurer; Mrs Rajani Shekhar, Principal, Mr. P. K. Sahu, Vice-Principal and the School Co-ordinators distributed the awards among winners. Mrs. Lalitha Charashekhar appreciated the way in which the students participated in the competitions.

Nukkad Natak: Anmol Jeevan

On the occasion of World Suicide Prevention Day - D. B. M. S. English School students had performed a “Nukkad Natak” titled  “Anmol Jeevan” which was in Hindi, as part of the awareness programme. This was conducted in the school’s morning assembly where students of Std. VI to XII witnessed it. Nine Students from Std. VIII and IX took part in this natak. The aim of the play was to bring awareness among the parents and students that life is precious. They showed how the aspiration of youngsters  are being overlooked by parents and the parents want them to only study and become what they want them to be. Through this natak the students showed that if parents understand the problems of their children and sit and talk with them then children will not take any drastic steps. This conflict between parents and children sometimes leads them to commit suicide and this should be stopped.

D.B.M.S. English School had the first successful “Face to Faith” Video Conferencing today under the aegis of the “Tony Blair Faith Foundation and facilitated by Ms. Simi Kher. It was indeed a privilege for D.B.M.S. English School to be the first school in Jamshedpur to have successfully conducted this Video conferencing under the ‘Face to Faith’ programme. Our partner school was the City school “BHITSHAH” in Pakistan. The students of both the schools started with the icebreaker where they discussed about their city, why they like their school and festivals that are celebrated in their Countries. D.B.M.S. English School students discussed about the history of Jamshedpur, how Jamshedpur got its name, The Tata Iron and Steel Company and about their clean and green city. Their Pakistani counter parts spoke about their city “Bhit Shah’ and about the saint who founded it. They gave informations about the three different ‘Ids’ which they celebrate and their significance to them. They mentioned about a prominent lake of their town which is supposed to have medicinal properties is considered to be a holy shrine.

Results of the Inter House G. K. Quiz Contest for the High School Level Std. VIII to Std. X  held on Thursday, 9th August, 2012.  Interact Club Members  conducted the quiz.