COS 66 had pioneered the concept of giving back to its Alma Mater by identifying specific project to be supported to insure that there is "tangibility and sustainability" in whatever small benefit we can provide. Now in 2016 we have decided to not just do the same - but pioneer an extended “give back” to society. We have been privileged to be Doscos and have our careers and future secured thanks to THE DOON SCHOOL.
"But we are a very small minority in India where tens of millions remain disadvantaged and specially the GIRL CHILD. This year is our 50th year since leaving school and while we are sure there are many years to go, perhaps our ability to contribute and give back from our earnings will decline. So This year we have as you have all learnt decided to make DSOBS and the School to become the “GIVER” and not the RECEIVER.
We believe that by DSOBS and the SCHOOL giving back for education of the GIRL CHILD, we all will receive some blessings and goodwill from the lesser fortunate and this will extend to our own kids and generations of DOSCOS after us. This website is intended to insure that COS 66 stays strong and we use use this medium to stay in touch with each other and also have information on our where abouts, our children and their names should be known to all of us and maybe they can also get inn touch and experience the great bonds of friendship we have enjoyed over there last 50 years BECAUSE OF THE 5 to 7 years we had together in School between 1960 and 1966"
Please fill in the form and we will allocate each an email id with namenumberhouse@Cos66.in as an email ID that w hope you will use for all your future communication not just with us but generally amongst friends.. We also give below the link to the PHOTO upload area where you can share photos. What we have for now are photos of our meetings and visits to the NGO’s since 2014 and the time we embarked on this plan for 2016 Golden Jubilee. We will see you in October as per dates already given in DEHRA DUN."
IIMPACT provides educational opportunity to girls, from socially and economically disadvantaged communities of India, who traditionally have no access to schooling. Our aim is to break the cycle of illiteracy that girls from such communities are mired in. This is done through local community-based Learning Centers, where they get meaningful and stimulating education up to Year 5 and are guided for more details CLICK HERE
The School at Salangaon Set in the foothills of the Himalayas, the John Martyn Memorial School provides primary education from Kindergarten up to class five for the children of nearby villages. These rural children, many from impoverished families, are being given a unique opportunity to have the first five years of formative schooling in an enlightened educative and nurturing environment. For more details CLICK HERE
Aasraa Trust was established as a social work trust focusing on education on education of underprivileged children in 2009, in response to a crisis for intervention for the welfare of children from the riverbed slum under the Bindal brige. Aasraa then worked with the river bed community to promote the need for education and started an after school project to augment school education. For more details CLICK HERE