Don Bosco schools have a rich tradition of co-curricular activities which are meant to enable the pupils to acquire interest in field events and thus lead to a harmonious development of physical, moral, aesthetic and intellectual life. Every pupil is required to participate in one or more of these activities according to his interest and aptitude.

Other activities

1. Science Club

2. Nature Club

3. Don Bosco Past Pupil’s Association

The purpose of this club is to provide opportunities to the pupils to acquire the art of public speaking, to develop a taste for and appreciation of Standard English Literature, and to impart general information and news of the World enabling pupils to be in close touch with current events, also by the study of great characters, past and present, to engender in pupils aspirations for acquiring noble ideals in life.


1. Debates

2. Lectures on outstanding characters

3.Assembly Programmes

4. World news


The objective is to develop a sound and healthy body and create right poise and grace in movements, and to enable pupils to receive proper training and useful instruction in athletics and games in order that they be better fitted to acquire themselves creditably in their inter class and inter school competitions. The clubs ultimate aim is to foster a true spirit of sportsmanship. The school provides facilities for football, hockey, basketball and table tennis. Medical inspection of every pupil is taken and the medical report is submitted to the parents for follow up measures. There is now a special gymnasium in the school under the supervision of an expert.

The aim is to discover and develop dramatic talent among the pupils and foster a taste for desirable music. The endeavour is to impart skill innovation, acting, singing and playing musical instrument both for the brass band and school orchestra


1. Community singing

2. Class concepts

3. School connects

4. The school band and orchestra (special scholarships are awarded to foster talent in music, dramatics etc.)

Every student of Std VIII has the option of selecting one of the following: compulsory graded subjects Social Services, Scouts, N.C.C. or R.S.P. This choice is binding on him for 3 years till Std X.

The students understands the value of serving society by assisting in the Diwali Mela organized by the Shelter Boys and in teaching English to the marginalised of the Night Study Class. They have their meetings on Tuesday at 3.00 p.m.

Known as 47th C.B.D.A. it is affiliated to the District Association. Boys in Std. V and VI are enrolled as CUBS and in Std. VII to X as SCOUTS. The scouts have their meetings on Tuesday at 3.00 p.m.

The N.C.C. is known as troop no. 6. It is affiliated to the 1 Maharashtra Unit N.C.C. (under Defence Ministry of India) Boys in Std 8th and above 13 years of age are enrolled in the first year, as cadets. They have their parade on Tuesdays at 3.00 p.m. and Saturdays from 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.

The R.S.P. offers the students a sense of preparedness, leadership qualities and disciplined behaviour. They create a sense of awareness of road safety and traffic rules amongst the students. Under the supervision of trained personnel, they receive practical training of regulating traffic near the school to avoid congestion during peak hours of school and direct cars to parking zones on important school days. They have their meetings on Tuesdays at 3.00 p.m.

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