DPS Bokaro


DPS Bokaro Steel City is having one of the most successful and well-respected conservatoire theatre in whole region of Jharkhand,India. It has been a centre of excellence for world-leading vocational training in the Acting (including Acting Technique, Text Interpretation, Voice, Singing, Acting for Camera, Movement and Dance), Stage Management (including Lighting, Sound, Prop-making, Scenic Construction and Film & TV production), Costume, Design, Scenic Art, Theatre Production Management and Drama Directing. A specialist Masters in Acting is available for students.

The Theatre in School is immensely proud of all its students, seeing their careers thrive, not only as screen, stage and radio drama actors, but also in some of the most high-profile production, technical and management roles in the NAtional cultural industries and on the global stage.

The School has association with Spic Macay India for it's theatre performances and training.

Bokaro International Film Festival 2015--" Drishyam "

Drishyam -2015 Bokaro International Film festival, a mega event, first of its kind in Jharkhand was organized on April 22nd 2015 in the Ashvaghosh Kalabhawan . Around 250 students from schools across the city were a part of this mega event. The festival was graced by Mr. Anutosh Maitra CEO, BSL, who inaugurated the event. The day was marked with saplings presented to the Guests on the occasion of the World Earth Day to promote Swachh Sanatan. Badges of Clean India, Green India were worn by every individual. The badge was designed by Sneha Chaurasia, a student from Deep a n s h S h i k s h a Kendra run under the aegis of DPS Bokaro. "Strings of Freedom" a drama directed by the versatile Mr Parnab Mukherjee was presented by the Drama Club members of DPS Bokaro. The drama projected images on issues of major concern like hunger, slavery, censorship and the most important of all to think out of box. Adding more to the ethnicity of the film background Abhishek Kashyap, Director DBIFF added his enthusiasm to the ambience of the Film Festival. While delivering the key note address, Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi said he will carry dreams back to the celluloid world. Seema Kapoor addressed the lot of enthusiastic audience and encouraged them to learn from the world of films and carry them forward to bring about changes in the society. The movies screened included "Two" directed by Satyajeet Ray, "Children of Heaven" directed by Majid Majidi, "Abhay" script written by Seema Kapoor, "Zed Plus" and "War Horse". Later in the evening, parents and teachers enjoyed the melodious rendition of classical music recitals by Ganesh Mishra and team.