We are extremely delighted to present for the first time ever, our school magazine, Glimpses, in an electronic format. From the time when we were faced with a vacuum of articles- to an overwhelming response from the students- to the astounding times when we separated better articles from a plethora of write-ups- to being decisive when we had to make tough decisions as to what would make it to the final draft and finally designing, editing and converting it to a pdf format, it has been a roller-coaster journey but we have enjoyed every bit of it.

Suparna SankaranOn the special occasion of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of D.B.M.S English School and the Alumni Meet, it gives me immense pleasure to write for Glimpses: Golden Jubilee issue . D. B.M.S has indeed come a long way in 50 years. Those associated with D.B.M.S, be it the parent organisation or the sister concerns have always worked tirelessly for the cause of education.. By expanding its horizons, D.B.M.S has touched the lives of innumerable number of people. I am overwhelmed to see the great strides it has made after I left in 1993, such as Binapani school, Lilliput School etc.

Eastern India's largest selling English newspaper, The Telegraph, in association with the ‘Sreeleathers’ had organized a felicitation ceremony where the Principal, two teachers and one student from each school had been awarded for their sincere efforts and achievements. There were around 15 schools from all over the Steel City that attended this ceremony. Here is the experience of the two teachers namely Mr. Sunil Sarkar (Plus Two Level) and Mrs. Monsoon Khan (Primary Level) who were awarded the ‘Best Teacher Award’.

Mrs. Sona Rao

I have been associated with this prestigious institution since a long time. D.B.M.S. is my second home. I was the student of DBMS Hindi School and presently working in DBMS English School. I completed 25 years of service in 2012. I am a Hindi and Sanskrit teacher in middle school level. Bhanu Aunty is my source of inspiration who motivates one to put in hard work. Over a period of time, I have been learning creative ways of teaching, got trained in teaching children through smart classes. I am proud that my daughters have also been a part of this institution. They have completed ISC from this prestigious institution.


Mrs. Rajani ShekharInterview with Mrs. Rajani Shekhar, Principal, by the Primary students on the 14th of September, 2011 about the "National Awards for Teachers - 2010" which she received from Mrs. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil, President of India, on 5th September, 2011.

Q: Viraj - Std. III A: What was your feeling when you were nominated for the "National Awards to Teacher - 2010"?
Ans: Principal: I was extremely happy and honoured.

Q: Viraj - Std. III A: Were you the only one from Jharkhand to receive this award this year.
Ans: Principal: Yes I was the only one from an ICSE School from Jharkhand to receive this award. In fact, there were four others from the Government schools.