Departmental Inaugural Lecture for Class 11 on July 16th, 2020.

Welcome to Don Bosco Bandel

Don Bosco School Bandel, founded in January 1978, is an English Medium, Anglo-Indian School for Catholics and Anglo-Indian boys founded and administered by the Salesians of Don Bosco. It is a minority institution belonging to the Catholic Church. Provision is also made for the admission of non-Catholic boys. It is recognized by the Education Department of the Government of West Bengal and affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. Don Bosco Bandel fulfills the vision of St. John Bosco, Priest and Educator of the 19th century. The Father and Friend of youth, whose sole mission in life was the welfare of the youth, brought about a revolution in the concept of education. The method of education followed in the school is the Preventive System taught and practised by Don Bosco. It is based on Reason, Religion and Loving Kindness. Within a short span of less than fifty years, Don Bosco Bandel has proved its caliber both in curricular and co-curricular activities. Presently the school has 72 teaching staff, 31 non-teaching staff and 2200 students on its rolls.

Upcoming Events



Performers & Achievers

    Sounak Bose


    Pinaki Ranjan Chandra

    DBB ISC TOPPER(2019-20)

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Welcome Ceremony for New Staff

12-14 June 2020

Training for Teachers


Farewell Programme for Fr. Kumuda, Br. Michael, Br. Biswajit


Felicitation of Support Staff

20-05-2020 - 15.06.2020

Summer Holidays

1st April 2020

Starting of Academic Year 2020-21 with Online Classes

Principal's Message

Education is an ongoing process. With the change of time, educationists have updated its goals and objectives in order to meet the requirements of the changing circumstances. Time and again we had reiterated the importance of learning within the four walls of the school. With the advancement in technology-enabled learning setup, we have seen new avenues for the promotion of learning.But Schools have embraced the innovations in technology not so much as a matter of development in education but as a result of their inability to rely on other alternatives. This kind of adjusting and adapting took us for a surprise, and the wider scope of education is narrowed for a temporary goal: - to reckon with the process of acquiring, analyzing and applying knowledge transmission. While technology enables knowledge transmission, it leaves us with many unanswered issues. The relevance of good schools will be brought to light when an answer is sought for the same. Make the best of today for learning and let our initiatives transform our children to create a better tomorrow. 

Fr. Noby K. George






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