School Announcements

DBMS - where excellence is a habit and where 100% results coupled with high performance is the norm.  Students of DBMS English School have once again proved their mettle in ICSE and ISC Examinations - 2019 conducted by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE), New Delhi.  The School has been consistently improving its performance by   maintaining its tradition of achieving cent percent results. In ICSE  a total of 155 students took the exams out of which 26 students scored 95-100 per cent marks, while 39  students achieved 90-94 percent and 63 students scored 80-89 percent marks.  The average marks of the students is 86.96 percent.  Mrinmoy Sadhukhand and Adya Verma jointly topped ICSE with 97.60 percent  marks.  Ekeshwar Aditya scored 97.40 percent, Virangana Prasad 97%. 

Welcome to D.B.M.S. Family. Please see the school notice board for further details.

Admission Formalities should be completed on between 2:30-5:30 pm Tuesday, 22 Jan. 2018 or Thursday, 24th Jan. 2018 - as per candidate's form number given below:

Welcome to D. B. M. S. Family. Parents whose children have been selected for admission in our school are requested to pay the following fees.

Excellent results in the Board Examination ICSE and ISC 2018. Once again D. B. M. S. English School has achieved cent percent results. Congratulations to all the students for their wonderful performance. Raghav Singodia topped ISC - Commerce Stream with 98.5%, Anshuman Agarwal topped ISC - Science Stream with 97.5% and Sreeja Mukhopadhyay topped the ICSE with 98%.

The list is in random order. Number of applications selected: 205


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.