DBN School, A Temple of Learning
The aim of running the Schools is to educate the children according to the modern standards of school education coupled with the best of Indian traditions. The admission to the Schools is open to all boys and girls.
Awarded by the President of India, the institution has been winning the first or second prize in the all India group song competition organized by Bharat Vikash Parisad continuously. At national level competitions, our students have won the Gold, Silver & Bronze medals in Yoga, Fencing & Karate. In cricket, three students have played for the State in Ranji Trophy. One of our students has had the honor of singing at the closing of the Olympics in China. To create sensitivity among the students, we contribute for national and state level disasters. Once our efforts were highlighted in Zee News, for the highest contribution by any one school in India.
We have an NCC unit of 100 students and are affiliated with Bharat Scouts & Guides J & K Unit. In last several years, we have received many awards and recognitions. DBN Schools have been regularly participating in the state organised Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations. We have even participated in these activities during curfew hours, some of our students were injured in the explosion by terrorists at the time of address by the then Governor - Hon'ble Shri K. B. Krishana Rao at the MAM Stadium at the time of the Republic Day celebrations. This affirms our determination to serve our country and the valour of our student community.
Before 1947 Jammu was the main centre for the miniature paintings, these were also small centres which come under the Jammu School like, Ramnagar, Reasi, Jasrota, Akhnor etc. Jammu school left its impression on the history of the miniature painting. These small schools flourished under the local rulers but after the decline of the local kingdom these art schools were also lost. These schools established to promote and revitalize local craft, imparted training in floral design, drawing, painting and clay modelling along with other subjects like smithy, willow work etc. here local trainees were introduced to the tool of western realism like drawing from models, nature studies in water colors, oil painting etc the work of Master Sansar Chand, The story of modern art in Jammu and Kashmir starts with the opening of technical school in the 1 st quarter of the 20th century, at Srinagar, Jammu Anantnag and Mirpur. Because in the backdrop of the western realism introduced through water colours, oil painting by armature European tourist during the 19th and early 20th century and commission given to the professional Artist by the local rulers. These schools established to promote and revitalize local craft, imparted training in floral design, drawing, painting and clay modeling along with other subjects like smithy, willow work etc. here local trainees were introduced to the tool of western realism like drawing from models, nature studies in water colors, oil painting etc the work of Master Sansar Chand, mainly consisted of landscape and portraits, oscillating between that of visual realist and romantic naturalist approach in a decadent Victorian style. And where an effort to Comment on living environment was made they ended up in allegories.