Demonstration Multipurpose School, Bhubaneswar

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Coordinates: 20°17′20″N 85°49′57″E / 20.28889°N 85.83250°E / 20.28889; 85.83250

Demonstration Multipurpose School, Bhubaneswar
Dm School building.jpg
Sachivalaya Marg
Bhubaneswar, 751022
Established July, 1964
Head teacher Shri Akhileshwar Mishra
Gender Co-educational

The Demonstration Multipurpose School (DMS) of Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, can trace its roots back to 1964, and is one of the oldest schools in Bhubaneswar. It is a co-educational school, administered by the NCERT. It serves about 1200 pupils,

The Demonstration Multipurpose School's pilots experiments such as the introduction of the Central Board of Secondary Education.

It is the only school in Bhubaneswar to offer SUPW studies as a course including Electrical, Home Science, Metal Works, Wood Carpentry, Typewriting, Computer Education, and Agriculture ; it is one of the few in India to provide a multipurpose education.

Sports and games[edit]

The school's annual sports meet date from the early 1960s. Sporting activities include:

The school has produced one international cricketer Shiv Sunder Das who represented India in 23 Test matches and scored 1,326 runs at an average of 38.91, hitting two centuries - both of them against Zimbabwe.

European partnerships[edit]

The school cultivates international relationships through annual student exchange program[1] with Nadderud Videregaende Skole, Oslo, Norway under UNESCO / ASP Friendship Exchange Programme. Every year a team consisting of faculty members and students from these institutions visit each other to promote mutual understanding between youth from Norway and India.


The school magazine is Udayashree. Udayashree enables students to air their views and showcase their literary talents. It features input from all sections of the school community, including from teachers. The school also publishes a quarterly news report. As the school’s publication of record, it contains session dates, a staff list and a list of awards.

Notable alumni[edit]


See also[edit]

Regional Institute of Education, Bhubaneswar


  1. ^ "Programmes". Regional Institute of Education. Archived from the original on 2014-10-01.