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The Doon School Round Square Leadership Programme-2018 – Doon School

The Doon School organised a Round Square Conference from 4th October 2018  to 7th October 2018, themed on the Round Square ideal, ‘Leadership’. 13 reputed schools across the country including the host school and one school from Muscat, attended the conference .

Social Service Documentary by Arnav Jain - The Doon School

Some social service projects are school-based and some others are undertaken by the boarding houses. Now, however, there is an increasing number of individua...

Social Service Documentary by Arnav Jain - The Doon School

Some social service projects are school-based and some others are undertaken by the boarding houses. Now, however, there is an increasing number of individual …

Online and Offline Student Registration Process - Apply Now | The Doon School

Get complete details about Online and Offline Student Registration process at The Doon School. Visit www.doonschool.com for more information.

Advantage to study in Doon School, Why Choose The Doon School, Benefits of Study in Doon

The Doon school is secular and thus is open to boys from all states, socio-economic backgrounds, castes and religions. The Doon School boarding education is aimed at Indian boys from throughout India and overseas. Read More!

Kathakali Performace

Kathakali Dance performance organized by the Music Department, The Doon School.

Why Do SC’s Not Meet Their Predicteds? by Shirly Setia - Issuu

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Why Do SC’s Not Meet Their Predicteds? , Author: Shirly Setia, Name: Why Do SC’s Not Meet Their Predicteds? , Length: 6 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2018-11-28

Alpha: Inter School Science Competition – Doon School

The Doon School hosted its first-ever Inter-School Science Competition, styled – ‘ALPHA’ this week with a total of five teams taking part.The teams included students from the Unison World School, Ecole Globale International School, Welham Boys’ School, The Doon School and Shiv Nadar School, Noida. Led by Mr.Rajesh Majumdar the HOD Science Dept Mr. Ashish Dean, Mr. Chitaranjan Kagdee and a class 12 student Mahip Agarwal the Chief Organizer who opened the competition by announcing his expectations from each participant. He said “We feel that collaboration and creativity are the two most fundamental skills any young scientist should possess”. ‘Alpha’ was themed around the upcoming field of space exploration, emphasizing heavily on the aspects of design innovation and novel thinking. The competition featured a wide range of activities (termed ‘missions’) which focused on providing the students with hands-on experiences. In a closely contested competition, Unison World School won the first edition of ‘ALPHA’, with The Doon School standing runners-up.

The Doon School Ranked As The No. 1 Boy’s School In Th Country

The Doon School added yet another feather in its cap. The school was ranked as the number one boy’s boarding school in the country and the state by Education World Magazine. The areas of excellence…

Social Service Today – Doon School

Some social service projects are school-based and some others are undertaken by the boarding houses. Now, however, there is an increasing number of individual boys who are driving their own initiatives. For example, they have been involved in tackling substance abuse in slums and hill villages, and working with the police force. They have embarked on micro-finance projects to encourage the poor to start their own small-scale business and have initiated clean water production for domestic and business use. Creating a programme for cheaper brick production on a housing project is another of the many individual examples of social responsibility taken up by our boys. The school encourages the use of the school’s facilities by children from villages and slum areas. A key aim of all projects is the need to create sustainable models for improving the lives of the poor in urban slum areas and in hill villages. Boys themselves raise funds for these projects, rather than use their parents’ money. The boys deploy their knowledge of business theory learned in the classroom and apply it to regional projects making a real, long-term improvement to the lives of local people. The boys are the driving force in such projects, guided and supported by the faculty. The school assists financially with the operation and development of several slum and village schools. This is an ongoing and increasingly significant part of the curriculum at the Doon School. Many Old Boys continue to follow the school’s mission of social service and responsibility in their adult lives. Examples of projects of almost each class ranges from establishing NGOs and serving the poorer communities through medicine, dentistry and law through to establishing schools for the underprivileged sections of society to leading social corporate responsibility within their businesses.

Speech at Founders 2017 by School Captain Divij

The School Captain, Divij Mallick, talked about how the Dosco community has become a family for him and how it has shaped him.

Chandbagh Brochure - The Doon School by Shirly Setia - Issuu

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Chandbagh Brochure - The Doon School, Author: Shirly Setia, Name: Chandbagh Brochure - The Doon School, Length: 11 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2018-12-27

29th Kamla Jeevan All India Inter School Hindi Debates

The Doon School Organized the 29th Kamla-Jeevan All India Inter school Hindi Debates from 29th of August to 31st August. Teams from 12 schools participated in the contest including Daly College…

Fees – Doon School

The school fee presently is Rs. 10,25,000/- per annum and incidental expenses are estimated at around Rs. 25,000/- per term. A refundable security deposit of Rs.4,00,000/- is required at the time of admission. A one-time Admission Fee of Rs.4,00,000/- is also charged.

The Doon School Round Square Service Project: Dungri – Doon School

A Regional Round Square Service Project was initiated in Dungri village of Pauri Garhwal District from 1 to 9 April 2018. The Doon School Dehradun hosted the project in which students aged 13 to 15 from eight schools from all over the country came together for a noble cause. The underlying idea behind the project was to provide skill development training to enable the villagers to earn their livelihood without migrating from their village.

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Kathakali Performace

Kathakali Dance performance organized by the Music Department, The Doon School.

The Nandu Jayal Memorial Expedition | Posts by Shirly Setia | Bloglovin’

The Nandu Jayal Memorial Expedition, a post from the blog Posts by Shirly Setia, written by Shirly Setia on Bloglovin’

Your Cold Drink Bottle Is A Brick: Doon School Boys Show And Tell | Posts by Shirly Setia | Bloglovin’

Jayadtiyavir says he came upon this idea while doing some research for school and he found that a similar house had been built in South America. He decided to give it a try here.

The 9th Terry Fox Run: Marathon of Hope – Doon School

The 9th Annual Marathon of Hope or The Terry Fox Run was held ​on 22nd April 2018. The run is held to raise awareness about cancer and also generate monetary contribution for cancer research. The money raised is given to AIIMS, New Delhi for cancer research. A total of 2300 participants including the 40 specially abled from Raphael ran/walked the marathon. Mr. Matthew Raggett, Headmaster of The Doon School and Mr. A.K Singh, Director of Mind and a senior doctor of Max Hospital flagged off the marathon. Earlier Mr. Gurmeet Singh, Chairman of the Terry Fox Foundation, Dr. Vimal Pandita, senior Oncologist ​at Max Hospital and Aryan Bhatacharjee, a student of The Doon School addressed the gathering. A total of 35 schools and NGOs participated in the marathon, some of which are: St. Kabeer, Ecole Global,​ ​Hopetown, Kasiga, Himjyoti, RIMC, Welham Boys, Unison, Selaqui,​ ​Welham Girls, Dandapur and Mulookchand Village schools, Bindal Vatika, Sapera Basti, Eco Task Force, Doon School, Asian School, Olympus High.

Social Service Today – Doon School

Some social service projects are school-based and some others are undertaken by the boarding houses. Now, however, there is an increasing number of individual boys who are driving their own initiatives. For example, they have been involved in tackling substance abuse in slums and hill villages, and working with the police force. They have embarked on micro-finance projects to encourage the poor to start their own small-scale business and have initiated clean water production for domestic and business use. Creating a programme for cheaper brick production on a housing project is another of the many individual examples of social responsibility taken up by our boys. The school encourages the use of the school’s facilities by children from villages and slum areas. A key aim of all projects is the need to create sustainable models for improving the lives of the poor in urban slum areas and in hill villages. Boys themselves raise funds for these projects, rather than use their parents’ money. The boys deploy their knowledge of business theory learned in the classroom and apply it to regional projects making a real, long-term improvement to the lives of local people. The boys are the driving force in such projects, guided and supported by the faculty. The school assists financially with the operation and development of several slum and village schools. This is an ongoing and increasingly significant part of the curriculum at the Doon School. Many Old Boys continue to follow the school’s mission of social service and responsibility in their adult lives. Examples of projects of almost each class ranges from establishing NGOs and serving the poorer communities through medicine, dentistry and law through to establishing schools for the underprivileged sections of society to leading social corporate responsibility within their businesses.

Doscos Visit To Parliament | Posts by Shirly Setia | Bloglovin’

Eleven boys accompanied Mr. Piyush Malviya on 6th and 7th March to watch Parliamentary proceedings, which were unfortunately stalled by the opposition.

Summer at Doon – Doon School

Do you want to make a difference in the world? Are you interested in what being a citizen and a community leader looks like in our complicated and ambiguous world? This summer a select group of boys and girls will discover how to become the influential leaders of tomorrow. An intensive but lively and enjoyable programme based on case studies, creative experiential learning, design thinking, problem solving, outdoor adventure, social service, self-reflection and group interaction, guides students through modules drawing on The Doon School’s immense experience in developing influencers, social activists and thought leaders.

Registrations for summer at Doon 2019 - Admissions Process and Important Dates -- The Doon School | PRLog

It is a leadership course for students and based on case studies, creative experiential learning, design thinking, problem solving, outdoor adventure, social service, self-reflection and group interaction. Enroll before 20th April to be a part of the programme.

Protest held at doon school on climate change

Students across the globe protested against Climate Change as part of the #FridaysForFuture movement