Don Bosco School, Alaknanda, New Delhi is an English medium Catholic School for boys, conducted by the Salesians of Don Bosco. It is an unaided minority Christian Institution, open to the children of all communities with a special responsibility for the education of Christians.
The School takes special care for the economically and socially weaker sections of the society through outreach programmes like Ankur-Don Bosco, Don Bosco Ashalayam and Don Bosco Najafgarh.
It is recognized by the Directorate of Education, Delhi State and affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. (Affiliation No. 27382).
Don Bosco School has installed the Quality Management System (QMS) and Environmental Management System (EMS) to ensure complete satisfaction of the students and their parents regarding the holistic education that the school is providing and sensitizing the young minds to the importance of preservation of environment and ecology and conservation of resources .
The school is ISO certified for ISO 9001:2000 (QMS) and ISO 14001:1996 (EMS).
The Students' Council of Don Bosco School is a well-knit body of 17 students of classes XI and XII. They are elected representatives of the students who facilitate an important link between the students and the management of the school. These young men shoulder the responsibility of co-ordinating various activities and events in the school, maintaining discipline and voicing the aspirations of the students. As members of the School Council, they emulate leadership qualities and seek to nurture an atmosphere of fraternity and goodwill in school.
1. Normally admission to Don Bosco School is in KG Class only. Admission to other classes usually in the month of March, depends on vacancies available.
2. Once selected for admission to any class, the parents should fill in the admission form with the utmost care, and no subsequent changes will be permitted.
3. Signatures of both parents must be given on the admission form, and either signature will be valid for all transactions while the candidate continues to be in Don Bosco School. The signing of the admission form constitutes an undertaking by the parents that they will abide by the rules governing the school, as contained in this prospectus or amended later
4. New candidates must be introduced personally by the parents and they will be responsible for the fees, as also the conduct and studies of the pupils.
5. Proper certificates with the names of the candidate and his parents must be submitted along with copies, and no affidavits will be accepted. A student who has attended a recognized school must present a transfer certificate before he can be admitted to Don Bosco School. A Christian pupil must also present a certificate of baptism and a letter of membership from the local pastor.
6. To select a particular stream in Class XI, aptitude for the stream must be established through a certain consistency in the academic performance in classes IX and X. Only those with a minimum of 60% marks at the All India Secondary School Examination (X) AISSE will be considered for selection to the Commerce stream. For the Science stream the minimum will be 80% marks with a higher percentage in Science and in Mathematics Considered individually. Admission to a particular stream will also be dependent on the number of seats allotted to each section and optional subjects available in the school. Required standards of discipline and morality as observed in the earlier classes will also play a major part.
7. At all levels of admission, school transport is independent of admissions.
8. The Principal is the final authority in all matters of admission of individual students in the school.
9. One may consider himself admitted only after payment of all fees required at the time of admission. Subsequent withdrawal, or non attendance on the required day will mean the cancellation of the admission and no refund will be considered except for the caution money if applicable.