Online Rector's And Parents' Day 2021
  • 31 January 2021

Concert brought to you by the students, teachers and parents amidst the Covid-19 pandemic which forced the schools to shut dow but Don Bosco School, Siliguri took education along with all the co-curricular activities online. 18 online competitions were organised and more than 8 thousand certificates were distributed online! The videos in this playlist is of the first ever Online Rector's and Parents' Day 2021 (Concert) held on 31st January 2021 at 6 pm and was watched by the entire school students and friends and well-wishers at the same time through Zoom Meeting. To maintain social distancing, some of the videos were recorded LIVE on Zoom Meeting too."

Rakhi Making Contest
  • 1st August 2020

Ethnic Dress Competition
  • 31st May, 2020

Concert - 2019
  • 30 Nov 2019

Night Out - 2019
  • 15 Nov 2019

Children's Day - 2019
  • 14 Nov 2019

  • 2nd November 2019
  • Report by Mrs. Ankita Kharga (Teacher)

Don Bosco School, Siliguri organised the 6th edition Commerce Fest named "BOSCO IMPRENDITORE" on 2nd November, 2019. The theme of the event was "Debit you expertise, credit your experience"

It is a competition where young Entrepreneurs come together to realise consonance in conflict in the world of competitive marketing to tackle problems ranging from Global warming to economical crisis. It was a one day event, where nearly 150 students from various schools in and around the town had participated. There were altogether 10 events such as Ad-Making, Environmente, Case Study, Shark Tank, Bartar, Marketing, Board Meeting and many more.

Contests were designed to test not only the team spirit of the participant, but also felicitate economic cation and help faster creativity and innovation. A business carnival where students showcased their talents, enthusiasm to unleash their entrepreneurial skill. DBS was declared overall winners and Nirmala Convent School was the 1st Runner up.

  • 25th October 2019
  • Report by Mrs. Subarna Pandey (Teacher)

The bright cheerful morning of 25th October, 2019 was a privileged and an illustrious day for Don Bosco School, Siliguri as it was the day when Rev. Rector Major Fr. Angel Fernandez Artime - the 10th successor of Don Bosco and the first Spaniard to become the Rector Major in the Salesian history, glorified the Bosconian campus by his gracious presence. He was accompanied by Rev. Fr. Provincial - Nirmal Gomes, Rev. Fr. Vice - Provincial - Joseph Pauria and various other distinguished guests.

After being escorted by the DBS scouts along with rhythmic clapping to the centre of the basketball court, Rector Major released the balloons as a mark of celebration. On reaching the podium, Rector Major was felicitated by Rev. Rector Fr. Davis, Rev. Fr. Subir Mondol, Mr. Dominic Nicholas - the coordinator, Mr. Ravindran Nair and few students. Other distinguished guests were welcomed with bouquets by the students. After the short felicitation, Rev. Fr. Manoj Jose - the Principal of DBS, Siliguri welcomed Rector Major.

Then, the school choir of more than 200 students presented the special welcome song written and composed by Mr. John Paul for this special occasion. After the mesmerizing welcome song, Master Allen Vivian Lakra offered a prayer for the well being, peace and happiness of Rector Major, followed by a Hindi hymn. As soon as the hymn ended, Rev. Rector Major was requested to address the gathering. Rev. Rector Major enlightened the entire congregation with his beautiful words and graceful musical performances - a Spanish & a Mexican song.

At the end, the school Prefect of DBS, Siliguri, Master Mayank Kedia, expressed words of gratitude on behalf of the entire school present there. The morning triumph ended with the school Anthem.

The Bosconians were highly enraptured and illuminated by the cordial presence of Rev. Rector Major in the school campus of Siliguri.

  • 24th October 2019
  • Report by Mrs. Sanjana Majumdar (Teacher)

24th October 2019 was the bag-free day in Don Bosco School, Siliguri, specially intended to usher in the joyous and festive spirit of Diwali-a day of fun, frolic and fiesta. The boys were instructed to come in casual dress, without books. The day began with the much awaited 'Lightning Tournament', which filled the air with gaiety, revelry and exuberance. The boys were divided into three groups-Minimus, Juniors and Seniors. They participated in different events, namely, carom, chess, table-tennis, cricket, football, basketball, badminton, kabaddi and square ball. Various teachers were in charge of the different games which were conducted smoothly. In keeping with the spirit of Diwali, the Principal, Reverend Father Manoj Jose had instructed the boys to have a shared lunch, wherein the boys of different classes shared a vast array of delectable food. After a sumptuous and enjoyable lunch, began the second part of the 'Lightning Tournament', amidst thrills, shrills and cheers. It consisted of Inter-house events like 'Crossing the River', 'Tug of War' etc. At the end of the day the boys departed with radiant smiles on their faces, ready to partake in 'The Festival of Lights' with a bang!

  • 22th October 2019
  • Report by Mrs. Poonam Gulati (Teacher)

Recognition Day, as the name suggests is the day to officially acknowledge, recognise and appreciate the efforts and hard work put in by the students. "Although extraordinary effort doesn't always guarantee results, impressive results are rarely achieved without extraordinary effort."

It is a proud moment, not only for the school, the teachers and the students but for the parents as well. The supportive parents make immense contribution in the lives and successes of their children. Therefore, the parents of the rank holders as well as those who made remarkable achievements in varied fields were also invited.

The programme for the High School started post - lunch in a solemn way after the students and the parents had been seated. It commenced with the School Anthem and a prayer after the words of welcome by the school Prefect and the words of blessing from Rev. Fr. Rector.

The awards and prizes were divided into three categories namely - Academic excellence, Star Child Awards and Special Awards.

Fr. Principal encouraged the students with his motivating speech.

The performance of the School Band, a soothing song by Master Abhirup Kundu and an energetic dance by Master Neon Thapa kept the audience enthralled. The programme came to its apt conclusion with a vote of thanks by Master Rudrranava Naha and the School Anthem.

  • 20th October 2019
  • Report by Mrs.Saismita Mukherjee (Teacher)

Around 150 students along with teachers, Fr. Principal, Fr. Bursar of Don Bosco School, Siliguri, visited Saraswatipur an adopted village of the school on 20th October, 2019 for Don Bosco Outreach Programme. It was a wonderful experience for both the students and the teachers as we were warmly welcomed by the villagers who sang and danced as they ushered us to the venue. The students of the free day school run by Don Bosco School, Siliguri, sang a beautiful song welcoming us into their midst, followed by a speech. Later, the student council and the other students distributed 1100 tin sheets worth more than ten lakhs to the poor families. Funds for the tin sheets were raised by conducting Annual School Fete. From the Bosco Fest savings a concrete house was built and the key was handed over to the family. Along with this the certificates of the vocational courses such as Office Management Course and One Year Computer Course which were successfully completed by the young girls of the village were also given out by our students. Some of the students donated clothes and sweets to the children. The two hours spent in the village were really very enthralling as well as an eye- opener to one and all. As we left the village our hearts were filled with contentment of being some help to these underprivileged people. Though its just a drop in the ocean but it was worth it. The smiles on the faces of these deprived people gave us motivation to do more for them in future.