OUR CREST & STUDENT PROFILE  

OUR CREST

 
The crest of Don Bosco Academy was devised with the whole history of the Institution in mind, a history that provides the ideals which forms the very foundation on which this Institution has been built. At the top is a lamp (diya) - signifying light - the enlightment of the whole student , intellectually and morally.  

At the left the book signifies -Knowledge which this institution was established to provide to all regardless of caste, creed, religion, sex, location, language. The symbol on the right - an anchor signifies tenacity and stability , so that one keeps focused on ones goal.

 

At the foot of the crest , the Plough signifies hard work and dedication, for one to be successful in life, which identifies this institution with not only Patna and Bihar but with India and its culture.

 

The date represents the year in which this school was founded.

 

Our :MOTTO - "FOR GOD AND COUNTRY" is one which has been associated with education in India , it neatly sums up the goals of this institution, of all its teachers for the students.

 

PROFILE OF A DON BOSCO STUDENT

 
  1. TO BE POLITE, FRIENDLY AND WELL BEHAVED INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL.
  2. TO BE HONEST AND TRUTHFUL WHATEVER THE COST.
  3. TO ACCEPT WHATEVER WORK AND RESPONSIBILITY IS GIVEN WITH AN OPEN HEART AND MIND AND TO FACE DIFFICULTIES WITH COURAGE AND DETERMINATION.
  4. TO BE COURTEOUS AND SPORTSMAN LIKE WITH OPPOSING TEAMS AND OFFICIALS ON THE PLAYGROUND.
  5. TO WISH YOUR PARENTS , TEACHERS AND THOSE YOU OUGHT TO WISH EVERYDAY WHENEVER AND WHEREVER YOU MEET THEM.
  6. TO SHOW EXEMPLARY BEHAVIOR AT ALL TIMES AND AT ALL PLACES.
  7. TO RESPECT YOUR OWN PROPERTY AND AS THAT OF THE SCHOOL AND ALSO PROPERTY BELONGING TO OTHERS.
  8. TO BE BOLD TO SAY "NO" WHEN ASKED TO DO SOMETHING WHICH YOU MAY THINK AND KNOW TO BE WRONG.
 

SCHOOL UNIFORM

The School Uniform is a symbol of the school and a public declaration of its, values, standards and beliefs. It creates a sense of collective and individual pride in the students and their identification with the school. It is a symbol of equality among students.

 

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