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About Don Bosco Yadgiri School

On Bosco School, Yadagiri, started in 2004 is managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco (The Salesian Society). It is a Christian Minority School with all the privileges that accrue from such status.

The aim of the school is to impart a sound education through a wide training which will shape the character and develop personality and draw out the best in every pupil.

The Salesian Society founded by Don Bosco, is a world wide educational organization with more than 3,000 educational institutions (Colleges, Schools, Professional School and Youth Centers) throughout the world.

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  • Parents are asked to fill in the Admission forms with the utmost accuracy. No subsequent changes are permitted
  • A candidate who has attended a recognized school cannot be admitted without a Transfer Certificate from the school he/she last attended. All students must produce proper Birth Certificates.
  • A new candidate must be introduced personally to the principal by the one who will be responsible for the conduct and fees.
  • New candidates will be examined on the syllabus of the class immediately below that to which they seek admission.
  • The Principal is the final authority in granting admissions.

Dismissal & Withdrawal

  • Before withdrawing a student from the school, a month’s notice is to be given or a month’s fee in lieu of such notice.
  • The Transfer Certificate will be given on payment of Rs. 50/-. Any other certificate from the school will cost Rs. 10/-
  • No Transfer Certificate will be issued until all dues of the school have been paid in full and that too only on receipt of the written application from the Parent/ Guardian.
  • Any Student failing two years in succession in the same class or failing twice in three consecutive years will be struck off the rolls and leaving certificate will be granted on request.
  • Student whose attendance is irregular, who do not pay their fees, who are habitually late or absent, or lazy or dishonest or disobedient, whose conduct is detrimental to the normal tone of the school or incompatible with strict discipline or whose sickness is liable to be injurious to other students may be dismissed.
  • Three general observations would amount to one general remark. It is a very serious breach of discipline and hence a deterrent to promotion or even dismissal from school.
  • As a rule, students who are dismissed from the school are not re-admitted.
  • The Manager’s decision is final in all cases of dismissal and withdrawal.

School Uniform

  • Every student must wear clean, complete and correct uniform daily. Defaulters may be fined or sent back.
  • Whenever the complete or proper uniform cannot be worn, permission to attend school must be obtained on the regularity record under uniform.
  • The principal can be interviewed between 9.00a.m. to 10.00a.m. or by previous appointments.
  • No school business will be transacted on holidays or during vacations.

Assessment and Promotion

  • For students who are absent for any Assessment/ Unit Test no provision can be made for supplementary tests.
  • Failure to appear at any Assessment can seriously affect a student’s promotion. If due to sickness one is not able to attend an Examination/ Unit test, the matter must be made known to the school authorities on the day of the Examination/ Unit Test with proper medical documents, failing which the student will be awarded zero.
  • The breach of any of the regulations of conduct at examination or the use of unfair means, even if discovered subsequently, will merit the cancellation of the particular paper and the student concerned will be awarded zero. And is such misconduct is repeated, he will be expelled from the entire examination. (all subjects)
  • For failed candidates there is no provision for re-examination.
  • The result of the Final Assessment is final and cannot be changed.
  • A Student who fails to secure promotion may be asked to leave this school. In no case, however, will he/she be allowed to repeat the same class for a third time. Also, a student who fails twice in three consecutive years must be withdrawn.
  • In the questions of promotion or failure, the Principal’s decision is final.
  • Admittance into the School premises is at the sole discretion of the school authorities, who reserve to themselves the right to refuse admission to anyone without assigning any reason whatsoever.
  • All communication to the school should be addressed to the Principal. If the communication is regarding a pupil of the school the parents are expected to write clearly on the top the pupil’s name, class, section and registration number.

Private Tution

As a policy, the school forbids all private tuitions, as a pupil should be able to progress in his/ her work as a result of good teaching. When absolutely necessary, tuitions may be allowed with due permission.

Normally teachers are not allowed to undertake private tuitions, which will any way, interfere with the proper execution of their school duties, including the preparation of lessons at home and correction of exercises. In the ordinary course, private tuitions are not to be undertaken by the subject teacher who teaches the student in the class.


There are three vacations during the year:

  • The Summer vacation (April – May)
  • The Autumnal vacation (Dasara Holidays)
  • Christmas vacation ( December)

These holidays may not be extended or anticpated. Unauthorized absences before vacation will mean readmission to the school. In case of sickness, the matter must be notified to the Principal ON THE DAY THE SCHOOL CLOSES OR REOPENS, with relevant medical documents.

Punctuality Record (Absence, Leave, Delay)

  • Absence from school without leave is not tolerated except when the cause is sudden illness or unforeseen circumstances.
  • Leave of absence is not given without a previous written application from the parent/ guardian stating the reason, which must be a serious one. Such reasons as birthdays, excursions, festivals, urgent business, time to study for an examination are not considered sufficient.
  • After an absence from class the reasons for the absence must be entered briefly in the Absence Record under ‘absent’ in the Calendar.
  • Reasons for absence due to unforeseen circumstances even if only for a day, or due to sickness which may exceed two or three days must also be stated in a letter (from a doctor or from the parent/ guardian) besides being entered briefly in the Regularity Record Under ’Absent’ . Reasons of a private nature may always be submitted in a letter.
  • A fine may be imposed by the Principal for absences from school which cannot be justified.
  • If an unauthorized absence from school exceeds 15 calendar days, the student’s name may be struck off the rolls and he may not be re-admitted to school.
  • It is mandatory for the students to attend the school on days marked ‘Compulsory Attendance’. Defaulters are not to seek readmission to the school. In case of sickness, the matter must be notified to the Principal ON THE SAME DAY with relevant medical documents.
  • Leave for religious ceremonies must be obtained earlier. A leave granted must be recorded in the ‘Absence Record’ in the calendar.
  • Late arrival in the school is a breach of discipline. A student who comes late to the school must enter the time of arrival in the ‘Late Attendance Record’. Those are to be signed by the parents when they get back home.
  • Late arrivals may be penalized each time with fine or with some other suitable penalty.
  • Students who come late to school habitually may be fined or sent back home or both.
  • The school declines all responsibility if through failure to produce a letter stating the reason for absence or delay, a student is obliged to return home during school hours.
  • Re-admission to class for absentees or late comers is granted when they can show the teacher in charge the ‘Absence Record’ duly counter signed by the Principal.

Rules of Conduct or Discipline

  • School begins with the morning assembly and all must be on time for it.
  • Every student must have a copy of the school calendar.
  • The school calendar must be brought to school every class days. The student must enter his/her name and class into all the entries for ‘Absent, ‘Late, ‘Leave’, etc.
  • No student will be allowed to leave the school campus during the school hours except on the strength of a letter of authorization from his/her parent/guardian.
  • Students are to address their teachers and all the members of the school staff with respect and politeness.
  • On their way to and from school, students must behave decently.
  • Fancy and curious items and electronic gadgets (toys, digital dairies, calculators, mobile phones etc.,) must not be brought to the school.
  • Any damage to school property must be made good by the student concerned.
  • No books, periodicals, comics, newspapers or printed matter of objectionable nature must not be brought to the school. All printed material (except those mentioned in the school book list) when brought into the school must be presented to the Principal for approval, and may be retained in the school and read if they bear the signature of the school authorities.
  • Students are responsible for the safe custody of their own books and belongings. Each article must be marked with the student’s name.
  • Every student is expected to subscribe towards small school shows and local charities, if requested by the Principal. However, no collections or fines or funds are to be made in the school without written permission or notice.
  • Every student attending school is obliged to take part in extra-curricular activities organized by the school.
  • Students must speak only English in the school campus.
  • Students up to class V are not permitted to wear wrist watches in the school.

For Parents / Guardians

  • Parents retain their right and duties in the education of their children, even though they delegate them in part to the school. The support and collaboration of parents in all cases in considered indispensable to the success of the work of education carried out by the school.
  • Parents / guardians are requested to co-operate with school authorities.
    • By urging their wards to be regular and punctual in attendance.
    • By not engaging private tutors without consulting the school authorities.
    • By seeing that their words are diligent at their homework’s and lessons.
    • By insisting on neatness and cleanliness in the text books, exercise books and personal appearance.
    • By occasionally interviewing the Principal to discuss the progress of their wards.
  • Periodical records and report book will keep parents/ Guardians informed of the progress of their wards. These reports are to be signed and returned on time, as given in the school calendar, delays may be fined.
  • Ordinarily communications with parents/ Guardians are made through the school calendar. On the first day of every month the school calendar must be checked by the parents and the class teacher.
  • Parent / Guardians are not permitted to see their wards or to interview teachers during the class hours without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Admittance into the school premises is at the sole discretion of the school authorities, who reserve to themselves the right to refuse admission to any one without assigning any reason whatsoever.
  • All communications to the school should be addressed to the principal. If the communication is regarding the school the parents are expected to write clearly on the top the pupil’s name, class, section and registration number.

Attitude to Teachers

  • Students should look upon their school mates as brothers/ sisters and upon their teachers and superiors as fathers / mothers.
  • Respect every teacher whether of your own class or not. Be grateful towards who taught you in the past. Show your teachers those exterior signs of reverence to which they are entitled to, such as, greeting them whenever you meet them.
  • Be convinced that your teachers deeply feel their serious obligation of promoting your welfare in the best way they possibly can, and that in advicing, commanding and correcting you, they have nothing else in view but your own good.
  • After Piety, study is most praiseworthy. Therefore your first obligation must consist in doing the tasks assigned to you by your teachers.
  • Always rise when your teachers enter you class and again when they leave. If they delay in coming, do not make any noise but wait for them in your place in silence reviewing your lesson or reading some good books.
  • During class avoid whispering or interrupting.

Attitude to School Mates

  • Strive to edify your school mates by your good example at all time. In fact no sermon is more efficacious than good example.
  • Never make fun of those who are backward in their studies or not so quick to grasp the lessons. Let there be no ridiculing of any one on account of any physical defect. What you laugh at or despise in others may some day befall you.
  • Gladly help one another at recreation, make no distinctions in the choice of your companions. Let no one be slighted in any game and let there be no selfishness. If there be need to make a sacrifice for the sake of the team let it be made cheerfully.
  • When you are asked by a superior regarding the conduct of some one of your companions, answer to the best of your knowledge especially when it is a matter of preventing or remedying some evil. To be silent would not be beneficial to your companion and would be offensive to God. Always avoid exaggeration and speak truthfully.

Behaviour at School

  • To write or draw on the black board (except when called upon to do so), to write offensive words, soil walls or anything else are things absolutely to be avoided.
  • Take great care of your text books, copy books and other belonging. Beware of appropriating your neighbours property even if it be the smallest thing. Should you find a lost article give it at once to the school office.
  • Keep the floor clean by allowing no paper or ink to fall on it. Cleanliness and purity of soul are reflected by a clean and neat exterior.
  • Speak no ill of your mates or of the discipline or management of the school. Everyone is perfectly free to remain or not remain in the school.
  • Always speak well of your school and of your teachers.
  • Performances on the stage of the school auditorium are permitted for your instruction and entertainment. They should help to bring out the fine quality of your heart and never be an occasion for the least sin. Attend them cheerfully and with gratitude to your superiors for permitting them for you.
  • To enter the auditorium in such a hurry or even to run the risk of hurting your companions to try to go ahead of others in order to secure a better seat, to stand when you should be seated, to shout, to whistle, to boo or hiss or in any other way give evidence of disapproval or dislike, are things absolutely to be avoided.

School Fee

  • The school fee covers twelve calendar months and may be paid in three installments or in advance. No deduction is made for holidays or broken periods. Students are liable to charge full fee as long as their names are officially on the rolls.
  • If the delay in the payment of fees exceeds 10 days the student is liable to be sent home without further notification.

Action will be taken against students…

  • If the parent / guardian behaves irresponsibly in the school or talk disrespectfully to the school authorities / staff;
  • If the parent does not come and meet the school authorities whenever called by them;
  • If they act against the interest of the school.

Annual Events

  • Inauguration of the House System
  • Independence Day Celebrations
  • Teachers’ Day Celebrations
  • Republic Day Celebrations
  • Inter School Competitions
  • Athletic Meet
  • School Annual Day
  • Children’s Day
  • Christmas Celebrations
  • Exhibition by the Science Club and Maths Club
  • One-day Class-wise Educational Tour
  • Staff Picnic
  • Personality Development Seminars
  • PTA Meetings


Students can avail of all the scholarships available from the government through the school

Hostel Accomodation

There is hostel facility for girls studying in STD. V – IX. This hostel is named Mamma Margaret Girls Hostel and run and managed by MSMHC Sisters .

Extra Curricular Activities

The school is divided into Four Houses for academic performances, Conduct, cleanliness, games, sports

  • Academic
    • Literary Associations
    • Science Association
    • Yogasana, Karate
  • Clubs
    • ‘The Spartans’ – Sports and Games Club
    • `Green Dreamz’ – The Adventure and Nature Club
    • ‘Ramanjun’s Club – Science & Maths Club
    • ‘The Chiliad House’ – Social Service Club
    • ‘Enigma’ – General Knowledge Club
    • ‘The Merry Company’ – School Band
    • ‘Chimes’ – The Music Club
  • Students Movements
    • Bharath Scouts & Guides
    • YCS&YSM
    • Bosco Kids

Unique features of Don Bosco School

Presently the School is s efficiently managed under the dynamic leadership of the Manager and Rector Fr.Saji George , ably supported by a 6 member Salesian community(6 Fathers ). The School is lead by a young and dynamic Headmaster Fr. Nidhin SDB. School Staff includes Sisters, Qualified and committed teachers from various parts of the country. Life at Don Bosco is unique as we are trying to relive the spirit of Don Bosco the wonder educator of the young.

  • It is marked by family spirit, spontaneity, cheerfulness and creativity.
  • We have here a well qualified, committed faculty.
  • A full- fledged Library and Science laboratories
  • 24 hours internet connectivity,
  • Well equipped digital class rooms (smart classes) and auditorium
  • Language Labs and Educational Technology room
  • Impetus given to holistic development, value based education
  • Add on courses
  • Hostel facility for boys & girls
  • Lots of cultural and sports Activities
  • A state –of-the-art infrastructure.

SH 51, Yadgir K Rural, Karnataka 585201