John Bosco, commonly known as Don Bosco, was born in 1815 at Becchi, a village near Turin, Italy. At the age of two, his father died. John, who was to become the father of orphans became an orphan himself at such a tender age. Through heroic sacrifices and by dint of hard work he became a priest in 1841.
As a priest, he dedicated himself to the service of boys, especially the poor by offering them food, lodging and education. Through the help of generous persons he opened technical institutes, hostels, schools and youth centres. Soon he founded a Society of Collaborators, and extended his work to the whole of Europe and the other continents.
Don Bosco School of Excellence provides the following club activities for the integral development of the students. These will become part of the Assessment progress in the CBSE Curriculum.
As a step towards Integral Education, we have planned to integrate Sports coaching as part of the school Curriculum. Every child will get a chance to develop its talents.
Pride in the way our children grow and content in the way they nurture every day. Don Bosco School has lots of achievements.
We are very glad to bring out this bulletin to share news, views, achievements and learnings of our school. We wish you a happy
Admissions are done by the Rector and his council in accordance with the admission policy of the institution.
As reading habit is very essential for learning and the acquiring of knowledge, pupils are Encouraged to take the maximum advantage of the school library.
For an orderly access to the library and to preserve the books in good condition for the use of everyone, the pupils must observe the rules of the library and take care of the books.