Recent Events

A solo contestantThe Bhajan Contest was held on the auspicious occasion of Saraswati Puja. Students who have taken up singing as their activity were selected by Gauri Teacher to take part in the Bhajan Contest which was organized in the School Auditorium. About two hundred students attended the Bhajan Contest. On 31st January, enthusiastic students mostly dressed in yellow, came with their parents to take part in this contest

Flag hoistingSpeech given by K. Tushar Bharati on Republic Day, January 26, 2009.

On this cold and wintry day, a very warm good morning to all of you. Today India celebrates the start of its 60’th year as a Republic.

Since the heady days of the 1950’s much water has flown down the Subarnrekha. Each eventful year has passed the baton to yet another eventful one. India has slowly but steadily matured and has claimed it’s rightful position in the polity of important nations. While all years have been special the one gone by has been particularly remarkable.

The UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) was announced by Tony Blair, PM, UK, in 2006 to improve educational links between India and UK ensuring in the long term so that the two nations become each other's partner of choice in education.The initiative is 3 pronged:

  1. Higher Education and Research,
  2. Schools and
  3. Professional and Technical Skills

Madhavan inaugurates a school for for underprivileged children in Chennai and remembers his old school and teachers.


CHENNAI: Happy children, sun lit classrooms, designated play area, activity centre, free uniforms, karate, yoga and meditation… what more you want in a school! Many underprivileged children of Kovalam and Panayur off East Coast Road seem to have it all, thanks to Trust Children, Madras Mylapore Round Table 3 (MMRT 3) and several other donors.

Latika DasIt was with unspeakable grief in our hearts that we learnt on October 11, 2007, of the deeply sad news that our wonderful friend – Latika – was no more...

After a surgery in Chennai's Ramachandra Hospital about 3 days earlier, she had not been able to make it to life's shores....

Latika – or Mrs Latika Das – the erstwhile Principal of D.B.M.S. English School, wife of the retired Tata Steel senior executive T.P.S.N. Das, a very special friend, mother, sister, aunt, is remembered by so many; four of us, attempt to pay a small tribute to her memory.