Don Bosco High & Technical School, Liluah
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Don Bosco School Liluah, is an all-boys, English medium school covering KG - Grade 12. Located in Li The school operates under the ICSE and ISC board.
Don Bosco School Liluah, is an all-boys, English medium school covering kindergarten through grade twelve. Located in Liluah, India, the school was established in 1937, and is run by the Salesians of Don Bosco, which is a minority institution within the Catholic Church. The school uses the house system to foster a sense of competition and belonging. The four houses are named after Salesian saints,
Operating as usual
Congratulations to all students and teachers.
We are proud to announce that Indrayudh Chattopadhyay (ICSE batch, 2022) has scored a staggering 99.2%. He has stood FOURTH in the entire country and THIRD in the state. We wish him luck for his future endeavours.
Congratulations to all students and teachers.
School today morning !!
Welcome Monsoon !!
Please Welcome Fr. Davis Veliyan. New Rector of DBL !!
Greetings from Don Bosco School, Liluah. Hope all of you had a relaxing and enjoyable summer vacation. Since the weather condition has improved significantly, making it conducive to conduct offline classes, the school shall resume in-person classes from 22nd June, 2022.
Regular school hours shall be applicable from 22nd June, 2022, Wednesday. For your perusal the regular timings are mentioned below:
Arrival - 7:30a.m.
Arrival - 8:25a.m.
Departure - 2:35p.m.
Unit Tests that were postponed due to weather-induced online classes will be held at later scheduled dates.The students shall be informed about them.
Looking forward to a fruitful and productive year for our boys.
Fr. Manoj Jose
Success is delivered only to the deserving. The aim of life lies in pushing one's boundaries beyond the achievable always; one's success is the result of one's efforts.
Don Bosco School, Liluah heartily congratulates its Principal, Rev. Fr. Dr. Manoj Jose on his achievement of being conferred with the Doctor of Letters – D. Litt. (Honoris Causa) by The University of Central America for his accomplishments in public life, in promoting education for establishing a just and equitable society, having been recommended by the Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Teachers' Welfare Association, India.
The Honorary Doctorate - the D. Litt. is a most coveted and prestigious international award.The Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Teacher's Welfare Association ( an All India Teacher's Welfare Association) recommends only deserving candidates for this award. The Association in collaboration with the Indian and International Universities, gives the award as a symbol of tribute and honour for contributions made by an individual to the Indian society, in the field of education.
The Honorary Degree is usually a thought-out process conferring honours on deserving dignitaries who have made a significant mark in the society. It is no surprise, in view of Rev. Fr. Manoj Jose's goodwill and immense contribution in shaping the lives of the youth and thus, contributing to the progress of the nation, that Fr. Jose is truly a deserving candidate for this award. Considering his incredible track record of excellent performance in all the positions of responsibility he had held and his selfless service towards the actualisation of St. Don Bosco's vision, this award is indeed a well-deserved one. This recognition of his exceptional contributions to the society will spur him to do more for the benefit of humanity.
Everyone wants success, but it only follows those who make a true endeavour. Hard work and dedication has a destination, which is success.
A multiple degree-holder in various academic disciplines, Fr. Manoj Jose started his career as the Vice-Principal and Administrator of Don Bosco School, Purnea in the year 2011 and served the institution for six long years. In these six years, besides handling administrative responsibilities, he had displayed his superb organisation skills. Infused with confidence and a strong will to make a difference in the lives of the youth and the society, Fr. Jose played a pivotal role in getting Don Bosco School, Purnea affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education in 2017 after the school had remained unaffiliated for nearly thirty years due to land litigation issues. He played a major role in building the new campus, monitoring and supervising the work and finally giving the school a new campus with a modern touch, equipped with all modern facilities.
Fr. Jose was transferred to Don Bosco School, Siliguri in May 2017 where he joined as an Administrator and a year later, assumed the office of the Principal in May, 2018. Don Bosco School, Siliguri (DBS) has since then scaled new heights. During his tenure, DBS achieved the best result in the ISC Examination having produced the 2nd and 3rd rank holders in the country. Under his able leadership, DBS had twice been ranked the Number 1 school in Siliguri, the Number 1 school in West Bengal and the Number 1 school in India by 'Education Today'. DBS had also been adjudged 'Asia's Best Boys' School' from the Indian Region at Asia's Education Awards, 2019. DBS also holds the 'Assist World Records' for organising the most number of events (72 events) on a single day in a single venue. A compassionate individual, Fr. Jose during his tenure at DBS, organised an annual fete which generated ₹12 lakhs, which he used to buy tin roof sheets for the tea garden workers. His knack for social service resulted in him starting two drinking water schemes in two villages of Saraswatipur in Siliguri to aid the villagers with clean drinking water, a project which required an investment of ₹15 lakhs. He also played a major role in converting a Hindi medium school to an English medium school where free education is provided to the village children. He actively supported the running of the Evening school for children at Don Bosco School, Siliguri and had organised a literacy programme for the elderly people of the village. He had also, in collaboration with the Don Bosco Past Pupils Unit of Siliguri, been instrumental in organising weekly Free Medical Camps for the villagers. A charismatic personality, Fr. Manoj had remained undeterred even during the pandemic. Under his skilful guidance, DBS witnessed a smooth transition from the offline to the online system of education and went on to become the first school in North Bengal to start online classes, an initiative pioneered by the able and competent young Principal. Well-guided and well-directed by him, DBS had conducted a number of online events and competitions to keep the students engaged and involved during the pandemic. The school, under his able leadership, had also seen the addition of a state-of-the-art 32-classroom modern school building which is technically well-equipped with the latest facilities, most modern Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer laboratories, e-library and spacious classrooms with smart boards. Other initiatives taken by Fr. Jose include digital personal ID cards linked to a security system, GPS tracking in all school buses, systematic counselling facilities, setting up of the silver and golden parks for the students of the primary section and a world-class Cricket pitch and a Lawn Tennis court for the students of the senior section. Don Bosco School, Siliguri is now, one of the most renowned and sought-after schools in North Bengal.
Having created a niche for himself in the field of education and administration, Fr. Jose assumed the office of the Principal of Don Bosco School, Liluah in June, 2021. Don Bosco School, Liluah (DBL) has since then seen a plethora of inter-school and intra-school events and other celebrations being organised online in the academic session 2021-22. An enthusiastic person, Fr. Manoj has also organised an 'Online Picnic' for the students, a first-of-its-kind at DBL and enthused the students with hope amidst the despair of the pandemic. Under his watchful eye, all the examinations have been conducted smoothly. He has organised offline picnics for the Non-teaching and Office staff and the Teaching Staff and has donned the hat of being the host, conducting different games and activities.
His energy is contagious. On receiving a green signal from the Government, regarding the opening of schools after a hiatus of two long years, he had immediately got the students of the primary school back on the campus, after the final examinations, to enjoy the offline class picnics where the students, under the strict supervision of the teachers had enjoyed themselves to the utmost. The parents too had been involved and encouraged to participate in different games, allowing them to rejuvenate themselves alongside their children. He has also organised 'Trailblazers', a pre-Summer camp for the students of classes I to VI, where they have been trained in Cricket, Badminton, Basketball, Football and Table Tennis. Parents have been given the rare opportunity to opt for Yoga and Zumba classes, as they waited for their children. According to the Times Excellence in Education, West Bengal, 2022, a survey conducted through scientific research by a neutral and renowned research agency of India -AVANCE Field & Brand Solutions based on the excellence in re-opening and recovery after COVID-19, Don Bosco School, Liluah has been ranked Number 2 in the list of Powered-Up Schools in West Bengal in the Howrah district.
Fr. Jose has worked hard to keep the teachers and students motivated and engaged at all times and has been successful in continuously developing different modules and methods to keep the pressure off students and give them the best possible opportunity to learn, develop and grow. He has ensured that DBL maintains its excellence in imparting quality education and at the same time, has been able to prove that the school is well equipped in bringing back students to their favourite interactive offline classes.
The school has sprung back to life in the new academic session 2022-23 with the Inaugural Ceremony being organised in the school auditorium in the presence of all the students of classes 6-10 and 12, proving his success at bringing the students back to a safe, sanitized and protected school campus.
He has also added a feather to his cap, having conducted the first offline Inter-school competition after two long years – 'DBL AGREE TO DISAGREE' - an Inter-school Debate Competition, which saw the best brains of twelve schools in two categories (Class 12 and Class 😎 from Kolkata, Howrah and Hooghly lock horns in an intense discourse, contemplating and deliberating, in the fight for the title.
There is no limitation to what one can achieve, if one believes in himself.
Who, better than Rev. Fr. Manoj Jose, can be an example of this?
Congratulations dear Father, on your achievement! May you progress from strength to strength, achieving one milestone after another!
One hour session on how to overcome lifestyle diseases through Yoga Naturopathy and traditional science.
Since the last few days our state West Bengal
had started recording soaring temperatures. We are in the midst of a sweltering heatwave, the maximum temperature has almost breached the 40-degree mark.
Precautionary measures are very much welcome. Owing to the severe heat wave conditions, a new time table will be applicable henceforth for DBL students.
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An evening with Anirban Roy at Don Bosco Liluah !!
Extremely grateful to Fr Manoj Jose for giving Don Bosco Alumni the opportunity.
OPENING CEREMONY OF ADULT LITERACY PROJECT AND FELICITATION OF ANIRBAN ROY.
Mr Biswanath Trivedi welcomed the august gathering.
Mr Rajat Nanda IAS (ADM Development ), Howrah was the guest of the evening.
He was full of praise of the wonderful work of Team DBL Alumni, dedication and commitment of the alumni members.
He encouraged the students to take full use of this unique opportunity.
He praised Anirban Roy for the marvellous playing of flute.
Fr Thomas Gomes and Fr Manoj shared their views, thanking the team for continuously doing regular activities.
DBL Alumni is full of gratitude to the beloved Salesians for their guidance, support and encouragement in holding the events .
Fr Thomas Gomes, Fr Manoj Jose, Fr Anand Raj Fr Mani Manuel Bro Lawrence Mondal.
Thank you for your gracious presence.
The icing on the cake was the felicitation of DBL student, Anirban Roy.
What a performance, the audience was spellbound by the magical performance by Anirban Roy.
"Failure is an Event, Never a Person"
"Failure is an Event, Never a Person"
Dear Parents and Students, Don Bosco School, Liluah is proud to announce that a student of our school, eleven year old, Anirban Roy will be mesmerizing the audience with his flute playing ability and soothe your souls at "HUNARBAAZ DESH KI SHAAN" which w
Dear Parents and Students,
Don Bosco School, Liluah is proud to announce that a student of our school, eleven year old, Anirban Roy will be mesmerizing the audience with his flute playing ability and soothe your souls at "HUNARBAAZ DESH KI SHAAN" which will be aired on Colors TV and Voot from 9 p.m.
Please watch his episode as he performs in the Mega round.
Please bless Anirban! 🙏🏻
Lovely Animation !!
Lovely Animation !!
Happy Feast Day of St. John Bosco !!
: The countdown begins.....
Get ready for viewing the mega event. Live at 6 PM today
A lot of hardwork, motivation from Fr Manoj Jose together with the teachers, students and parents.
A teacher retired from school in a small village of Karnataka, India. Just see the emotion of co-teachers and students. This is what a teacher earns in his Lifetime other than material wealth.
A teacher retired from school in a small village of Karnataka, India. Just see the emotion of co-teachers and students.
This is what a teacher earns in his/her Lifetime other than material wealth.
Merry Christmas !!
There is a breakfast cafe nearby. We often go there for breakfast & there is a lot of rush.
Many times I have noticed that a person comes and takes advantage of the crowd & after eating, secretly leaves without paying.
One day while he was eating, I secretly informed the owner of the breakfast point that this person would take advantage of the rush and leave without paying the bill.
Listening to me, the owner of the breakfast cafe started smiling and said to let him go without saying anything to him, and that we will talk about it later.
As usual that person after having breakfast, looked around and taking advantage of the crowd quietly slipped away.
After he left, I now asked the owner of the place to tell me why he had let the man go ; why did he ignore this man's action ?
The answer given by the owner uplifted awakened and changed my entire opinion about humanity and the real meaning of life.
He told me that I am not alone; many people have noticed him and have told him about it. He said that he sits in front of the shop and whenever he sees that it is crowded, he would sneak in and eat.
The owner said that he always ignored it and never stopped him; never caught him nor ever tried to disrespect him, because he thinks that the rush in the cafe is due to the prayer of this person.
He would sit in front of the cafe and keep praying that there is a rush, so then he could quickly go in, eat & leave.
And surely enough there is always a rush when he comes in.
The owner said that he doesn’t want to invite his misfortune by cutting his own leg in the matter of this prayer and acceptance of his prayer between him and God.
This is something that he will always ignore and will always let him eat such food & will never disrespect him by catching him.
I was left speechless with this explanation. Such a beautiful positive and deep message for us. It made me realise the power of prayers.
Regardless of the motive of the prayers of that person, it made me think about how we react. A positive attitude is what we all need. We shouldn’t even try to understand God’s strange way of helping or blessing us. God knows what/ how/ when/ where.
I left that place that day and made a promise that I will look at every experience in life....good...bad....sad....with a positive attitude.
I will definitely pray for the owner of the cafe as often as possible for teaching me the real meaning of life; for giving me the education in humanity.
It’s not because the mahout could push the elephant on to the truck. But, because of his hand on it's back, the elephant will feel confident that there’s someone to support and will pull itself on to the truck successfully with ease. A simple act of motivation. That’s all.
There are so many people among us, who have fallen because they didn’t have anyone to support or motivate them.
At times, we would have felt, if we were aware, we could have been... And a few of us would have felt, if someone were to support and motivate, we too could have..
We may not be all of it, but we may be it at some difficult times for some. A simple word of love, positivity or some motivational words of strength and support may change someone’s life for ever.
Sometimes, selflessness, passion, support and love is just that it is or what that it is.
Cost of #biodiversity loss by animating some of the #species we've lost in the last 100 years !!
Cost of loss by animating some of the we've lost in the last 100 years !!
The land for the school was bought in 1928 by the Salesian Provincial, and the church was built in 1937. It became the first parish church in the country dedicated to St. John Bosco. The technical school was begun in 1937 and started functioning in 1939. The school was closed for four years from 1942 to 1946 for use by the army during the Second World War.
It was recognized by the Government in August 1948, and in 1954 the first batch of students appeared for the Senior Cambridge Exams. In July 1958, the school auditorium was inaugurated. The main building of the school was inaugurated by the Archbishop of Calcutta in November 1959.
In January 1977 the Free Night School was started, to cater to the needs of the poor children of the locality. The First Inter Schools cultural and co-curricular festival named as "Bosco Blow Up" was held on September 1977, with seven participant schools. Don Bosco Self-employment was started in August 1978 for the young men of the locality who are school drop-outs to enable them to learn a trade and earn their livelihood.
The new parish church was blessed in December 1984 by Rev. Fr. K.A. Joseph, the Salesian Provincial in the presence of Rev. Fr. Mariano Uguet, who had been instrumental in acquiring and setting up the institution, and Rev. Fr. Attilio Colussi, the first Rector. A computer centre was set up in December 1986, and the following year the school celebrated its Golden Jubilee, with a function presided over by the Governor of West Bengal Nurul Hasan.
In 1997, DBL celebrated its Diamond Jubilee with a grand function presided over by the Governor of West Bengal K. V. Raghunatha Reddy. The 1990s also saw the commissioning of the north-eastern four storey building for the boarding pupils and the renovation of the Technical School building.
Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
In 2012, DBL celebrated its Platinum Jubilee with an eight-day festival held on the school grounds. A statue of Don Bosco was inaugurated by Rachhpal Singh, the Minister of Tourism, for West Bengal. Many past Rectors and Salesians of the school were present, including Fr. Peter Lourdes SDB, a student in the first cohort of DBL.
Fr. A. Colussi (1937–39)
Fr. M. Ferarrio (1940-40)
Fr. T. Lopez (1940–41)
Fr. L. Buri (1941–49)
Fr. J. Bacchiarello (1950–51)
Fr. A. Buccieri (1952–56)
Fr. M. Uguet (1956–62)
Fr. R. Stroscio (1962–65)
Fr. P.J. Sheehy (1965–67)
Fr. R. Maiques (1967–70)
Fr. A.J. Sebastian (1970–76)
Fr. P.P. Varkey (1976–79)
Fr. C.A. Joseph (1979–85)
Fr. B. Fernandes (1985–91)
Fr. J. Manippadeth (1991–95)
Fr. D. Kachira (1995-2000)
Fr. C.J. George (2000–05)
Br. J. Pathickal (2005–11)
Fr. B. Thomas (2011–2016 )
Fr. Tommy (2017–2019)
'Request from a Past Pupil of Don Bosco School'
Hi Guys, I will be undergoing a kidney transplant on Thursday. For this we will require to submit 2 units of O -ve (Negative) to the hospital.
Patient Name: Priya Raksh*t
Hospital ID: SHPS 130363
Hospital: BLK - MAX Super Speciality Hospital
Address: Pusa Road, Radha Soami Satsang, Rajendra Place, New Delhi - 110005
Requirement: 2 O -ve Blood donor
Timing: Tomorrow before 12 noon
Attendent Name: Debanjan Kundu
Attendent Number: 9000915063
Request all my friends to post the same in their timelines so that the information can spread and I can get o negative donors at delhi
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Congratulations Don Bosco School ,Liluah for receiving The Anand Paul Memorial Award for Social Service by The Telegraph School Awards on 30th October, 2021.
Courtesy - Sir Neville Reay
FREE CERVICAL CANCER VACCINATION CAMP FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED AT DON BOSCO SCHOOL LILUAH
DON BOSCO ALUMNI LILUAH
Respected Salesians and dear alumnus,
Cervical cancer, mainly caused by Human Papillomavirus infection, is the leading cancer in Indian women and the second most common cancer in women worldwide. Though there are several methods of prevention of cervical cancer, prevention by vaccination is emerging as the most effective option, with the availability of two vaccines. The Indian Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Immunisation (IAPCOI) recommends offering HPV vaccine to all females.
PREVENTION OF CERVICAL CANCER THROUGH CREATION OF AWARENESS AND HPV VACCINATION.
Cervical Cancer is a totally preventable disease although its incidence is the highest in the world among cancer patients in the world. Over 125,000 women are affected with cervical cancer and 67,000 among them die annually. India accounts for 25% of such deaths.
2 doses of bivalent HPV vaccines viz Cervarix to girls within the age group of 9-14 years in intervals of 6months prevents incidence of this killer disease totally. Rotary District 3291 in partnership with Rotary Club of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA and Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute. The vaccination camps are administered and supervised by the medical team of CNCI>
To help the underprivileged girls, DBL ALUMNI will be holding the cervical cancer vaccination camp in association with ROTARY CLUB OF CALCUTTA METROPOLITAN and CHITTARANJAN NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE on Sunday, 31st October'21 at DBL.
*Prior registrations compulsory*
Our School - Pic Courtesy Mr. Ramesh Kakrania !!
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