Course Of Studies

1. Don Bosco School, Bandel, Hooghly, West Bengal, is an English medium school where every effort is made to teach the students to handle English effectively as a written and spoken language. It has the following courses of Studies:

(a) The ICSE Section (Classes 1 to 10) which prepares the students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi, in the following subjects: English, Bengali/Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Commercial Application, Economic Applications and Computer Application.

(b) ISC (+2) Section (Classes 11 and 12) which accepts students who have passed ICSE or its equivalent, and prepares students for the Indian School Certificate Examination of the Council in three streams:

(i) Science Stream comprises of English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Biology and Computer Science.
(ii) Commerce Stream comprises of English, Economics, Mathematics, Principles of Accounts, Structures of Commerce, and Business Studies.
(iii) Humanities Stream comprises of English, Bengali/Hindi, History, Business Studies, Political Science and Sociology.


2. Religious Instruction: The classes of Christian Doctrine, catechism, are compulsory for Christian boys. Students of other faiths must attend classes of Moral Science which deal with the moral principles and rules of conduct.

3. Bengali and Hindi, however, are compulsory subjects as Indian languages, in the three-language scheme of secondary education.

4. The student's personality, initiative and originality are given full scope in creative curricular activities and by involvement and participation in youth groups and movements, co- curricular activities, sports and games.

5. Social Commitment: Don Bosco School aims at contributing to the building up of a more just society and one worthy of man by promoting a systematic, social education of the students. Social service projects form an integral part of the school curriculum.



  • AdmissionApplications for admissions are accepted from students of all religious faiths. However, Christians and Anglo-Indians are given preference.
    Parents are asked to fill in the Admission Forms with the utmost accuracy.No subsequent changes will be permitted.


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