About Us

Bosco Public School, located in Paschim Vihar, New Delhi- 110087, India was established in 1985. It is run by Bosco Educational Welfare Society. Bosco Public School is recognised by the Directorate of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi and is affiliated to CBSE. Bosco is dedicated to fostering holistic development among its students, with a primary focus on preparing them to assume responsibilities as conscientious global citizens. Recognizing the unique individuality and creativity of each student, the school provides a supportive and congenial environment, allowing every student a platform to excel in their chosen path.

Within the Senior Secondary Segment, Bosco Public School offers a diverse array of streams encompassing Science, Commerce, and Humanities. The school has consistently achieved remarkable success, maintaining an unbroken record of producing 100% results in both grades X and XII. The school's academic achievements consistently rank among the highest nationwide.

In line with its commitment to instill a sense of social responsibility and justice, the school endeavours to sensitize students to the needs of the community and the environment. Bosco Public School actively works towards creating a safe, secure, and joyful learning environment, ensuring inclusivity regardless of gender, religion, or ethnicity. The school is fortified with a highly qualified cadre of teachers, counsellor, and special educator who collectively strive to empower each child to reach their utmost potential. Prioritizing physical health and well-being, Bosco Public School incorporates comprehensive Physical Education programs encompassing activities such as yoga, dance, and various other physical pursuits. Undoubtedly, Sports is our UVP (Unique Value Proposition). The school’s overarching mission is succinctly encapsulated as follows:

“To educate, prepare, motivate, and inspire EVERYONE to achieve their highest potential as Lifelong Learners, Thinkers and Responsible Global Citizens.”


Children between 3-4 & 4-5 years of age as on 31st March, in the year of application, are eligible to join Nursery and KG respectively. Students are also admitted in class XI on merit basis. Admission will be strictly according to the directions given by Directorate of Education.


At least one month's notice should be given for the withdrawal of a student or one month’s fee should be deposited in lieu thereof.

In case a student does not report to school without intimation to the school authorities, all the dues of the school shall be payable by the parent/guardian till such information is received by the school.

In such cases, re-admission will depend on the availability of seats, payment of admission fee and other dues.

The following categories of pupils may be required to withdraw from the school :

  • Irregularity in attendance (6 days continuous absence without proper intimation to the school authorities)
  • Behavioral Problem
  • Those who do not abide by the fee rules
  • Any moral breach

School Uniform

1 Nursery & KG Girls
• Periwinkle T-shirt
• Dark Blue lower with Periwinkle stripes
• Dark Blue Socks and Black School Shoes (Gola)
• Dark Blue hair band/rubber band
• Periwinkle T-shirt
• Dark Blue lower with Periwinkle stripes
• Dark Blue Socks and Black School Shoes (Gola)
• Dark Blue Patka (For Sikh students)
• Periwinkle Sweatshirt
• Dark Blue lower with Periwinkle stripes
• Dark Blue and Periwinkle jacket
• Dark Blue Socks and Black School Shoes (Gola)
• Dark Blue hair band/rubber band
• Dark Blue cap for winters

• Periwinkle Sweatshirt
• Dark Blue lower with Periwinkle stripes
• Dark Blue and Periwinkle jacket
• Dark Blue Socks and Black School Shoes (Gola)
• Dark Blue cap for winters
• Dark Blue Patka (For Sikh students)
2 I to XII Girls : Blue Shirt (Self), Air Force Blue Pleated Skirt with Light Blue combination/Air Force Blue trousers with Light Blue combination, Belt, Black shoes, Air Force Blue socks with Red and White stripes.
Boys : Blue Shirt (Self), Air Force Blue Half-Pants with Light Blue combination (I to V)/ Air Force Blue trousers with Light Blue combination (VI to XII), Belt, Black shoes, Air Force Blue socks with Red and White stripes.
Air Force Blue Trousers with light Blue combination, Blue Full Sleeves Shirt (Self), Air Force Blue socks with Red & White Stripes, Belt, Black shoes, Tie, Navy Blue Pullover with V-Neck and Border with White Bottom Stripes, Navy Blue Jacket (I and II), Blue Blazer (III-XII) Blue Winter Cap (if required).
  • Air Force Blue Patka/Pagri for Sikh Students.
  • Black Ruffle and Blue Striped Hairband for girls.
  • Students should come to school clean, well-groomed and in proper uniform with well polished shoes.
  • Girls shall not wear any jewellery or apply nail polish, henna when they come to school.
  • No mufflers/coloured caps will be permitted during winters.

Note : During monsoon season, as per the school's intimation the following changes will be observed in the students uniform

Nursery & KG

Girls : Blue Track Pants with Pink combination, Pink full sleeves T-Shirt, Prescribed socks and shoes Boys : Blue Track Pants with Light Blue combination, Light Blue full sleeves T-Shirt, Prescribed socks and shoes

I to XII

Girls & Boys : Blue full sleeves Shirt (Self), Air Force Blue trousers with Light Blue combination, Belt, Black shoes, Air Force Blue socks with Red and White stripes

School Timings

“I owe my success to having been always a quarter of an hour before scheduled time.” -Lord Nelson

NUR 7:55 a.m. 11:40 a.m.
KG 7:55 a.m. 11:40 a.m.
I - XII 7:50 a.m. 1:50 p.m.
  • School gate opens at 7:30 a.m. for students’ entry and closes at sharp 7:55 a.m.
  • Walkers’ dispersal -11:40 a.m.(Gate No.1)
  • Bus and Van students’ dispersal-12:00 noon


  • Parents can meet the Principal/Vice Principal on all the working days only by prior appointment taken on call/e-mail/school diary.
  • Carrying mobile phone in school office is not permitted.

Guidelines For Parents/Guardians

As parents, we owe our children quality time to build their self-esteem.

  • Spend time with your children, by talking, laughing and playing games together. This may not only be beneficial for young children but also for parents of young adolescents to develop a comfortable relationship by talking and sharing with them.
  • Praise your children for the little things they do. This appreciation goes a long way in building their self-worth, confidence and raising their self-esteem.
  • Give your children due respect and listen to them completely when they speak. Listen, maintain an eye contact and give positive facial expressions. This would not only help build mutual trust but also facilitate free expression. It is important to let your children know and realize that their feelings and thoughts are important and valuable for you.
  • Give your children the opportunity to participate in decision making. Provide them with choices that stimulate them to think and respond appropriately. Setting extreme limits for your children will only make them throw tantrums or be aggressive in their attitude. Trusting their decisions would encourage them to be more responsible of their actions.
  • Do not give in to all the demands of children. However, while saying ‘no' keep in mind that an explanation is always necessary to enable them to understand the importance of reason/ consequences of actions with time. This process of having healthy conversations may help in eliminating any scope for mistrust or communication gap.
  • Don't frown or lose temper if/when your children falter or make mistakes. Even in your corrective actions add a big dose of encouragement for them to do better the next time. Negative reinforcement tears down their self-esteem which may prevent children from taking up challenges in striving for higher standards in life.
  • Stories are a wonderful way of bridging the communication gap, reaching from one heart to another. Children love to hear about their parents, elders etc. Try telling them stories about your childhood, subtly instilling family values in your children. After all, each family has a rich treasure of history and values which it would not want to be washed away with time.
  • Encourage your children to shoulder responsibilities, without expecting them to get things right in the first few attempts. Taking care of things themselves instills a sense of pride and a positive attitude about themselves.
  • Encourage children to pack their bags according to the time table, themselves. Being responsible for their daily chores would bring about discipline in their lives.
  • Don't stereotype chores as male or female chores. Instead, encourage them to do things together, emphasizing the importance of team work.