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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Smarter learning of Mathematics – Nalanda Workshop

15 April, 2018 Smarter learning of Mathematics - Nalanda Workshop -Ms. Reena Perumbully A seminar was conducted by the Nalanda team in the conference hall on 3rd April 2018 from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm that included teachers from the Primary section, Maths faculty from...

Getting better equipped at Disaster Management

15 April, 2018 Getting better equipped at Disaster Management -Ms. Dipti Shah DIMARF an NGO from Nashik and the associated Mumbai team conducted the basic fire safety training / awareness programme for the teaching and non teaching staff of our school. Mr. Easkkin...

PTA Executive body meeting – Primary and Secondary sections

31 March, 2018 PTA Executive body meeting – Primary and Secondary sections The PTA executive body meeting of the Secondary and Primary sections was held on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 1.30 pm and 2.45 pm respectively. It was the last meeting of the academic year with...

N.C.C. Rifle Shooting

31 March, 2018 N.C.C. Rifle Shooting -Mr. Rakesh Singh The N.N.C cadets of Don Bosco High School visited the U.S. club at Navy Nagar on 22nd March 2018 following a special invitation by the NCC officials. The students along with their NCC chief proceeded to the Firing...

A first at Don Bosco Matunga – Guest edition of Times NIE

31 March. 2018 A first at Don Bosco Matunga – Guest edition of Times NIE -Mrs.Elizabeth Soares Times NIE (News in Education) is a student edition of the The Times group of newspapers. The guest edition is reserved for schools to publish their own school-related and...

Glimpses of the famed places of Mumbai – Field trip Std III

19 March, 2018 Glimpses of the famed places of Mumbai – Field trip Std III Mrs. Ranjana Bhandare. Std III had their field trip on 1st March 2018. The school bus was arranged to take the students to the different places of significance and importance around Mumbai. The...

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Don Bosco Matunga

RIP: MR SHARATCHANDRA SARDESAI
Expired on 11th April 2018.

Teacher at DBHS Matunga from 25.06.1958 to 31.10.1987

Completed 29 years of service in this Institution

Subjects taught : English, History and French

The Management, Staff and students of the school extend our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members.
May he RIP.
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Smarter learning of Mathematics - Nalanda Workshop

A seminar was conducted by the Nalanda team in the conference hall on 3rd April 2018 that included teachers from the Primary section, Maths faculty from the Secondary section. Nalanda Project is a not-for-profit program which empowers teachers by bringing technology into the classrooms. The main idea is to enhance the student learning outcomes whilst also strengthening the capacity of a teacher.

The How of the Nalanda Project:
- Low-cost tablets and headsets are provided to all students who can access world-class offline content under the guidance of their teachers.
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Getting better equipped at Disaster management -
DIMARF an NGO from Nashik and the associated Mumbai team conducted the basic fire safety training / awareness programme for the teaching and non teaching staff of our school. Mr. Easkkin Pandi, along with his team members, Mr. Rupesh Nimbalkar, Mr. Pratik Rawol and Mr. Amol More, conducted the training session for the staff on Monday, 26th March 2018.
Inputs on fire safety, use of fire extinguishers, mock evacuation drill and a practical session on fire extinguishers were part of the training program.
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