Website : http://www.donboscooodlabari.com/
Address : Oodlabari Kranti Road, P.O. Manabari, Dt: Jalpaiguri, West Bengal 735222
Contact : 03562 - 250072 / 70473 43645
Email : email@example.com
Virtue and Knowledge
Don Bosco School, Oodlabari, established in 2007, is an English Medium Catholic School for boys and girls run by the Salesians of Don Bosco.
Don Bosco will promote quality and Holistic Development in learning process by building knowledge with life skill perspective and value so as to nurture citizens who will meet all challenges of a dynamic society.
Our Mission is to make the school a place where young minds are spiritually rooted, emotionally balanced, intellectually competent and responsible citizens imbued with noble values and concern for the less fortunate and ever open to further growth.
For details visit http://www.donboscooodlabari.com/admis.html
• Applications for Admission to UKG are accepted. The Admission Notice, giving more details will be available from the School or on the School website in the month of October.
• Admissions to other classes may be taken against chance vacancies at the beginning of the school year.
• The Candidate will be examined on the syllabus of the class immediately below that to which they seek admission.
• Parents are asked to fill the admission forms with the utmost accuracy. No subsequent changes will be permitted. The school does not accept affidavit to change the date of birth already entered.
• A candidate who has attended a recognized school may be admitted with a Transfer Certificate from the school the candidate has last attended. Catholic Students must also produce a Baptism Certificate.
Games and other activities
• Inter house football
• Sports Day
• Art and Craft
• Bosco chef
• Children’s Day Celebration
• Christmas Day Celebration
• Fancy Dress
• Folk dance
• Investiture Ceremony
• Model United Nation
• Science Olympiad
• Study tour
• Teacher’s Day Celebration
John Bosco was born on 16th August 1815, in a peasant family of Becchi, near the city of Turin, Italy. He was only two years old when his father, Francis Bosco passed away. In 1853 to train boys in some useful trades, Don Bosco turned his backyard into a makeshift workshop for shoemaking, carpentry, tailoring, smithy, book binding and printing. This was the first Catholic trade school in Italy. To give permanence to his work, in 1859 he founded a Religious Society of Priests and Brothers which was named Salesians, after his favourite saint, Francis de Sales. Today they are known as Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB).