About Don Bosco, Matunga


Don Bosco Matunga, is an English medium school run by the Salesians of Don Bosco. This institution meant primarily for Catholics is established and administered by the Catholic Church but it is open to all irrespective of religion, caste or creed. The school is recognised by the Government of Maharashtra.

Don Bosco is perceived as a school apart, for it has a fine blend of academics, sports and culture. Considering the numerous activities that take place all the year round one wonders when the teaching and learning is done. Well, the secret is precise pre-planning with perfect execution and behold, you have a NEAT job done in every arena. A true testament to this claim are the innumerable laurels won by the students in every field. Don Bosco sends up on an average over three hundred students and secures a nearly cent percent result. This in itself speaks volumes about the overall academic performance of the school. Each standard has its syllabus meticulously charted in the syllabus book which also contains formats of the Test/Exam papers along with the distribution of marks. Every child is given this book at the beginning of each academic year. This enables the teachers to efficiently execute the syllabus and aids the parents to follow the work systematically done in school.

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A hearty Diwali celebration in the Pre-Primary section

20 October,2017 A hearty Diwali celebration in the Pre-Primary section -Ms. Bianca Fernandes Dipawali or Diwali the festival of light symbolizes the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness - the victory of good over evil and the glory of light....


15 October, 2017 SPORTS UPDATES –DSO: ATHLETICS AND TENNIS -Mr. Barrington Serrao In a flurry of competitions organized by the DSO in the various sports disciplines in the month of October, our boys left a mark at the Mumbai city level with their commendable...

Celebrate Green Diwali- Avoid Crackers, Celebrate Nature

15 October, 2017 Celebrate Green Diwali - Avoid Crackers, Celebrate Nature -Ms. Richa Singh As term one came to an end today (14th October,2017) the students of Don Bosco Primary prepared for the upcoming Diwali festival with a mini Diwali get together in their...

An encouraging response to “Eco-bricks” Collection

12 October 2017 An encouraging response to “Eco-bricks” Collection -Ms. Ranjitham Selvaraj                 The first Outdoor Workshop for the Green Schools Campaign 2017-2018 called the “Story of a Bottle” was organized by the “GreenLine” organization on 10th Aug,...


12 October 2017  ACCOLADES IN FOOTBALL (U-14) AND HOCKEY (U-16) -Mr. Barrington Serrao   There is an avalanche of sports accolades for the school. The boys keep winning… and the trophies keep coming! It’s not easy though for there is much sweat, toil and sacrifice...

 Jr Kg field trip – Wadala bus depot

12 October, 2017  Jr Kg field trip – Wadala bus depot -Ms. Quency Lobo The students of Jr. Kg. went for their field trip on 23rd September 2017 to the Wadala bus depot. The children were very happy and excited to set out for this adventurous field trip with their...

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It was the first assembly of the II Term conducted by the students of Std. 6 C under the guidance of their class teacher Sir Sham. Each of us have our hero.. .in our case (skit) the hero was the father (of the boy). ...

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Congratulations to our winners in Judo and Martial arts:
Judo: Master Urvaksh Billimoria 8-A winner of silver medal (U/14) and Behramm Umrigar 7-C winner of bronze medal (U/12) at the RYP Judo championship 2017 held at Prabodhankar Thackeray Krida Sankul.
Martial Arts: Mr. Samrat Jadhav of std 5-D, Winner of 2 gold medals in Martial Arts (Kate & Weapon Kate) in the 18th National Karate Sports Championship held at Kandivali Sports Complex.

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Our Science research teams are only getting better!

Two of our Science Research Teams win the District award to make it to the pre-State level!
-Ms. Anita Philip (Guide teacher)

This year the science research club had 45 students. They were divided into 8 teams and were given eight research topics to work on.
The senior group consisted of 4 teams:-
1) Rain water harvesting through mesh, micro and ultra filtration. Team members: Kenneth, Ravin, Shwell and Hishaam. These students took a trip to Walvanda for a survey, interviewed the villagers with the assistance of Royal Sir, a professor from DBIT, Kurla. They researched a pilot plan for rain water harvesting to help the people of Walvanda.
2) Sustainable applications of Chitosan with emphasis on Bioplastic and anti-mosquito breeding. Team members: Soham, Arya, Arnav, Moin, Ahmad. This group made visits to the Kalina campus Lab to learn and prepare Chitosan from Prawn shells. They then went on to prepare bioplastic in our laboratory and conducted many experiments to study various applications of bioplastic.
3) The health issues behind drinking low and high TDS water. Team members: Suryansh, Shyam, Craig, Varun and Andrae. These students performed all their experiments in the laboratory. They collected water samples from all over India and also from different water purifiers to test the total dissolved salts present in water using a TDS meter.
4) Growing and processing Spirolina as a super food for malnourished people. Team members: Vansh, Vanshpal, Sanjog, Hanesh. This team from the spirolina culture tried to grow the algae in DBIT,Kurla laboratory under the guidance of Prof.Kartiki.
Junior Groups:
1) The Nano science behind ancient Kajal and its anti microbial activity. Team members: Kyle, Ness, Sachin. Inspite of being the junior most team (Std. 6/7) the enthusiasm and determination of these students was infectious and highly praiseworthy. They not only made many samples of Kajal using various traditional methods but were alsothe youngest team to qualify in pre-district oral round of NCSC.
2) Eco-friendly mosquito repellant prepared from plant extract. Team members: Shivansh, Amog, Hriday, Sarvesh. These students performed their experiments at home under the guidance of their parents and Dr. Godfrey (ICT) their resource person. The different formulations made from Lemon grass, Tulsi, Neem and Eucalyptus was tested on mosquitoes and found to be very effective.
3) Defluorination of drinking water using Nano-hydroxyapatite impregnated on rice husk ash. Team members: Aryan, Eshaan, Raeed. This young team from Std. 7th worked on using Nano hydroxyapatite to help remove fluorine from high TDS water samples.
4) Minimizing the use of urea by incorporating HAP using egg shell. Team members: Swayam, Atharva,Rasesh, Calvin, Lakshmiraj and Arnav. A highly motivated group. These students, under the guidance of Dr. Godfrey and Prof. Deepika performed their experiments at the Kalina university lab. They visited Nashik to get first-hand information of various agricultural methods, testing of water and soil samples, use of fertilizers, its composition etc. They also visited small villages to share the importance of their findings with farmers.
All these students put in lot of hard work despite them being part of Annual day. Our special gratitude to all the resource persons, Dr.Rosilda in particular, for their help and guidance.

Total research projects registered this year for the 1st scrutiny round was 357.
Number of projects qualified for pre- district oral presentation = 108 ( From Don Bosco Matunga 7)
Total projects selected for District level = 32 (3 from our school Kajal and HAP from junior category and chitosan from seniors)
Projects that won the District level and qualified for Pre- state scrutiny round = 24 (2 from Don Bosco. HAP Jr Group and Chitosan Sr Group).
HAP Team Members: Swayam, Atharva, Rasesh, Lakshmiraj and Arnav.
Chitosan Team Members: Soham, Arya, Arnav, Moin and Ahmad.
Wishing our selected teams the very best for the next round!!

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