Alaknanda

Historical Perspective

Don Bosco School, Alaknanda, located in New Delhi is an English medium Higher Secondary School for boys.  The Motto is ‘Ever more and Better ever’.  The school had its humble beginning under the tent at Don Bosco Technical School, Okhla in 1980.  It was shifted to a sprawling new school building at Alaknanda in 1984.  The house was canonically erected on 1 September 1987.

Service

Don Bosco School:

The School presently has a total strength of 2361 students ranging from Pre-Primary to Std XII.  It has maintained a high academic standard.  In keeping with the best of Salesian Traditions, the school has had co-curricular activities in plenty for the school kids as well as for the other schools.  The School has installed the Quality Management System (QMS) and Environmental Management System (EMS) to ensure complete satisfaction of the students and their parents.  The school is ISO certified.  It is recognized by the Directorate of Education, Delhi State and affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.  (Affiliation No.2730082

Ankur :

(Evening School – For Underprivileged Children)

 

The school reaches out to the underprivileged and economically weaker sections of the society through the evening school, Don Bosco Ankur.  About 320 children from poor homes come to the school in the afternoon after regular school is over.  They are taught in different groups.  All writing materials, text books, food, uniforms, shoes etc are sponsored.  The Ankur school is run through the collaborative effort of the School Management, Parents, Teachers and Senior students. Seven teachers together with one of the teachers of the day school dedicate themselves to this noble work.

 

 

Outreach:

The school takes care of the children of the neighbourhood by organizing coaching in Basketball, Cricket and Table Tennis in the evening.

 

The School takes special care of the economically and socially weaker sections of the society by providing scholarship and freeship to them. The outreach programmes like Don Bosco Ashalayam and Don Bosco Najafgarh are other means of reaching out to the economically weaker section of the society.


Archdiocese of New Delhi

(1985) 1987 - St. John Bosco

Primary, Middle, High & Secondary Schools, Evening

School, Young at Risk, NIOS, Youth Centre


Contact


Don Bosco School

Alaknanda, P.B. 4367

NE W DELHI 110 019


(011) 26274877 House

(011) 29217712 / 29217459 School

(011) 26278464 / 8800738393 Rector / Principal

(011) 29214189 / 8596074701 Admin

(0) 8521455810 P Bhushan

(0) 9971021882 P Norbert


bvsdb@yahoo.com Principal

info@donboscoschool.in School

principal@donboscoschool.in    (School)

Website: www.donboscoschool.in


Salesian Staff


P Diamond Brian Prayer Ministry

P Bhushan Cosmos Barla VR, Vice Principal

P Gerard Majella Admin

P Manippadeth Joseph1 (INC) CBCI Edn Secretary

P Norbert Xalxo Del. S. Con, M.Y, Y.A

S Tirkey Paul A & T (PT3)

P Thoombalan Babu Varghese Rector (2013), Principal


1 Resides at CBCI Centre

1, Ashok Place, Near Gole Dakkhana

New Delhi – 110 001

98681 41139; joephilo2011@hotmail.com


Attached Members (See No. 8 DB Centre, Jhansi)

P Cherpanath Rinoy Joseph I C, Director

L Vellaringatt Mani Pr, Admin


Community Activity
Dancing Stars: Alaknanda
2016-10-22

Dancing Stars: Solo Dance Competition for Classes III, IV and V Dancing Stars: The Solo Dance Competition for Classes III, IV and V was held on 21st October, 2016 in the School Auditorium. The Principal, Rev. Fr. Babu Varghese inaugurated the proceedings. A warm welcome was given to the esteemed judges Rev. Fr. Norbert , Bro. Kamal and Ms. Ruchika. And then as the names were announced by our young presenters, a visual treat unfolded before our eyes. Music, dance, colourful costumes and lights enveloped the audience as we sat awestruck at the sheer talents of the young students. Class III participants were on first and they rocked the stage with their superlative technique and presentation. Dancing away, with their body swinging to the beats of the music, the young participants enthralled the audience. An exquisite Bharatnatyam dance number by a tiny Sardar, representing the rich cultural heritage of India, stimulated the visual feast and complimented the dances put up by the students. Following the dancers from Class III, were the talented dancers from Class IV. Half an hour of breathtaking performance had the audience spellbound as the young students jived to the rhythmic beats of popular Bollywood numbers. Once the Class IV performers completed their dance numbers, the Principal, Rev. Fr. Babu Varghese announced the results for Class III and gave away the trophies. Leonard Xavier of Class III - B stood first and Faric Francis of Class III – A stood third. The second position was shared by Emmanuel Jefrithi of Class III – A and Mohd. Abaan Khan of Class III – C. Thereafter, it was the call for dance by our Principal, Rev. Fr. Babu Varghese that set the floor on fire as he invited all the students of Classes III, IV and V to dance to popular Bollywood numbers. Five minutes of blissful dance for our energetic students and then it was time for the students of Class V to showcase their talents. An enthralling mix of musical numbers – regional and popular Hindi songs – resonated in the auditorium as the participants from Class V took the stage. None of the dancers missed a beat as they swayed to the rhythmic melody of the music. Once all the participants were through with their dance numbers, it was time for the Prize Distribution for Classes IV and V. The Vice-Principal, Rev. Fr. Bhushan Cosmos gave away the prizes to the winners. Darsh Gaur of Class IV D stood first while Rock Prasad Sagar of Class IV D won the second prize. The third prize was won by Simeon Emmanuel of Class IV-B. From Class V, it was Harinarayanan R of Class V-C who led the band of Prize winners with the first position. The second position belonged rightfully to Medwin Jose, again of Class V-C. The third position was shared by Shaun Johney of Class V- B and Ayaan Albert of Class V- D. We thank the Co-ordinator Ms. Tessy Paul and all the teachers who assisted with the preparations, especially, Ms. Geetali Chowdhury, for the wonderful presentation that we enjoyed.
Dance Competition for KG Students
2016-10-20

Solo Dance Competition for K.G. Little Bosconians were thrilled to be a part of colourful vibrant and energizing event. Solo dance competition was organized for kindergarten boys of Don Bosco School on 20th October (Thursday) under the leadership of Mrs. Tripti. The dancers from four different sections of KG swayed and tapped to the melodious tunes of Bollywood songs. The happiness of the children was amply evident with applause and appreciation. The auditorium resounded with applause by the audience, encouraging each participant. The competition was judged by honourable judge Fr. Norbert D. Xalxo and Br. Kamal Francis. The boys who won the award are Danish Faisal (KG – D) who secured 1st position, Kiyaan Agarwal and Ishaan Sharma (KG-C) secured 2nd position and third prize was taken by Mohd. Shaid Malik (KG-D) Written by Mrs. Taruna Gujjar, Edited by Fr. Norbert D. Xalxo
Don Bosco
Okhla, Jamia Nagar P.O.
P. B. 9705
New Delhi 110025, India

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