Affiliated with CBSE, New Delhi, Affiliation No. 2430011, School No. 15544

Annual Report  

Annual Report 2020

“Winners don’t do different things; they do things differently.”

We live in a world where we are all well-connected over the internet. In today’s world we can communicate online, and can even work online.

The novel coronavirus seems to have certain positive effects globally.  Reduced transportation and industrial activities have allowed Mother Nature to recharge and replenish. People spent quality time with their family members, fulfilled their hobbies, learnt many new skills and understood the importance of sanitation, hand hygiene and physical distancing. Air pollution and noise pollution are significantly decreasing. Sightings of migratory birds, and endangered species of animals have become daily updates on social media. While people are rarely leaving their homes, if at all, they are spending more time on streaming platforms, playing board games with their family and spending quality time with their kids. This crisis has revealed that there is a need to improve our healthcare system and clinical researches.

Though in the crisis, the classes could not be held in physical mode but the school could fairly and impactfully reach out to the students at their homes through online classes and blended learning but with the cooperation and coordination of our esteemed parents.

Not only online classes but we have been able with everyone’s cooperation to conduct assessment and evaluation through online tools and pen paper test. Even observations and celebrations including co-curricular and extra-curricular activities as well as Exhibition on Science, Social Science and Linguistics were successfully accomplished on virtual mode.

It gives me immense pride and pleasure as I stand before you to present the annual report of the school for the session 2019 and 2020.


I begin with the performance of our students in AISSE (class X) board examination 2020 and AISSCE (class XII) board examination 2020.


In class X board examination 2020, Out of 80 students appeared, 68 (83.95 %) were first divisioners, 49 (60.49 %) distinctions, 17 (20.99 %) 90% and above marks achievers. The overall pass percentage has been 98.76%.

Highest marks in various subjects are as follows:

English  :   98
Bengali :   99
Hindi  :   78
Mathematics :   99
Science  :   95
Social Science :   99
IT  :   99







90% and above scorers are as follows:

Swarnava Ray                          :         97.00

Sushruta Sarkar                        :         97.00

Ankit Saha                               :         95.20

Ankita Dey                               :         94.20

Priyabrata Choudhury               :         94.20

Prarthita Dutta                         :         94.00

Hirok Mahato                          :         93.80

Atreyee Banerjee                      :         93.60

Basundhara Saha                      :         91.60

Indrani Adhikary                      :         91.60

Soumik Bhattacharya                :         91.40

Supriyo Sarkar                         :         90.80

Keshab Sarkar                          :         90.80

Abhradeep Shill                        :         90.60

Souvik Saha                             :         90.40

Padmanava Dey                        :         90.20

Sabyasachi Biswas                    :         90.00


The excellent CBSE class 12 result of 2020 has always filled us with pride and I feel honoured to put forward the same here today.

Out of 80 students appeared, 79 (98.75%) were 1st divisions and 58 (72.50%) distinctions were recorded in all. 19 (23.75%) students secured 90% and above marks.

Master Pritam Chowdhury is the school topper with 98.40 %.

The highest marks in various subjects are as follows:

English                                    :         96

Bengali                                    :         99

Hindi                                        :         96

Mathematics                            :         98

Physics                                    :         99

Chemistry                                :         99

Computer Science                     :         92

Physical Education                     :         98

History                                    :         93

Geography                               :         94

Political Science                       :         80

Economics                               :         99

Accountancy                            :         95

Business Studies                       :         94

Entrepreneurship                      :         93

Biology                                    :         100

The overall pass percentage has been cent percent.


90% and above scorers are as follows:

Pritam Chowdhury                             :         98.40

Avradyuti Samajdar                           :         96.80

Shreya Sarkar                                    :         96.40

Shubhradeep Barman                         :         96.40

Suranjana Mustaphi                           :         96.00

Rudraraj Mohanta                              :         95.00

Satavisha Ray                                    :         94.80

Biboswan Neogi                                 :         94.60

Rishita Choudhury                             :         94.00

Raunak Ambastha                              :         93.80

Subhadip Paul                                   :         93.40

Sudipta Deb                                       :         93.20

Ritesh Kumar Chowdhary                  :         92.80

Rohan Agarwala                                :         92.80

Ankan Goswami                                :         92.80

Swapnadeep Khasnabis                      :         92.40

Ipsita Tokdar                                     :         92.00

Sayak Saha                                        :         91.00

Rivom Majumder                               :         90.60

I congratulate the students, parents and teachers for the brilliant performance.


I feel elated to announce that two of our pass-outs of class XII have cleared National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020. They are -

1. Master Pritam Chowdhury who has joined All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna, Bihar and

2. Master Shubhradeep Barman who has joined Bankura Sammilani Medical College and Hospital Bankura, West Bengal


Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan abbreviated by VVM is a national programme for educating and popularizing science among school students of class VI to XI and also endeavours to identify the bright minds among the student community who are keen on subjects related to science.

VVM activities are organised by the joint venture of Vigyan Bharati, Vigyan Prasar and NCERT.

I am extremely glad to declare that Master Sthitaprajna Majumder bagged first position in the State Level and was selected for National Level championship to be held at Chandigarh but it was cancelled for unknown reason during pandemic.

Similarly, Ms. Anushka Das bagged second position in the State Level and was selected for the National Level championship to be held at Chandigarh which was also cancelled for unknown reason during pandemic.

I am delighted to mention that Master Saswata Bose, Sambuddha Chakraborti and Ms. Ankita Bose were selected by Vikram Sarabhai Space Foundation (VSSF) for having cleared SPOT-100 final and qualified for five days Younglings Internship at Indus/Axion Research Lab, Bangalore to be held from 13th to 17th April 2020. But this also was cancelled for unknown reason during pandemic.

Our students enthusiastically participated in Science Olympiad, Green Olympiad, International Space Science Essay Competition and they came out with flying colours. Let me share some important slides.

Students also participated gainfully in Fit India Movement and Pariksha Pe Charcha.

Students of classes V to X joyfully participated in the recently held 9th International Adolescent Summit 2020 on Life Skills, Health, Safety and School Wellbeing. The program was facilitated by the Expressions India in collaboration with CBSE.

A host of co-curricular activities were conducted in virtual mode under able guidance of the teachers. Let's have a glimpse of the creativity of our talented students.

Observation and celebration of some important events on digital platform includes DAV United Festival, International Yoga Day, Plantation Day and Independence Day.

Conducting Parent Teacher Meeting on virtual platform has been a new experience. These meetings not only helped in resolving the issues related to online classes, assessment and evaluation as well as various co-curricular and extracurricular activities but also helped in minimising the concern and stress among the children.

The school has constituted Grievance/Complaint Redressal Committee and Sexual Harassment Committee as per the directive of CBSE.

With a sole purpose of updating our teachers with the latest changes in the curriculum and teaching methodologies a series of Capacity Building Programmes (CBPs) and Performance Enhancement Programmes (PEPs) conducted by CBSE and DAV and other agencies have been attended by the Teachers and also by the Principal of the school.

Infrastructural development accomplished in the session 2019-2020 includes installation of 82.5 KV silent generator set, 8 new computers, 4 new smart boards, renovation of students and staff toilets, construction of shade and installation of fire safety equipments with hydrant system.

I take pride to declare that our school has been selected by the NITI Aayog, Government of India to set up Atal Tinkering Lab which is an upcoming venture eagerly awaited by all of us.

As part of our social commitment, 100 face masks were distributed at Power House Market, Balurghat, 700 face masks were donated to The ADM, Dakshin Dinajpur and 100 food grain packets were distributed among the needy people.


All our online activities whether it is online academic classes or assessment using online tests, or co-curricular and extra-curricular activities including observations and celebrations, it has been possible only with the untiring efforts of the dedicated team of teachers and the entire staff members. I convey my heartfelt thanks to them with a strong belief that the endeavour of man making shall never stop.

I heartily thank the management of DAVCMC, New Delhi, Shri Mahesh Chopraji, Chairman LMC, Madam Papiya Mukherjee, ARO, West Bengal Zone, Madam, Kalyani Nayak, Manager LMC, and the Local Managing Committee as also the local administration of Dakshin Dinajpur for their seamless support and guidance.

I am very much thankful to our esteemed parents for their unflinching faith in us and giving us unstinted support.

Before I conclude, it would be meaningful to quote the mighty words of Swami Vivekananda and Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati -

“We are what our thoughts have made us; So, take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far.” – Swami Vivekananda

“A person who consumes the least and contributes most is a mature person, for in giving lies the self-growth.” - Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati

With this, let me wish you all a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous and Peaceful New Year 2021.

Thank you all….. Thank you once again.


Jai Hind !

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