School Norms


1 Nursery & KG Girls : Blue Denim Capris with Pink combination, Pink T-Shirt, Prescribed socks and shoes.
Boys : Blue Denim Capris with Light Blue combination, Blue T-Shirt, Prescribed socks and shoes.
Girls : Blue Track Suit with Pink combination, Prescribed socks and shoes.
Boys : Blue Track Suit with Light Blue combination, Prescribed socks and shoes.
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


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

NUR 7:50 a.m. 11:40 a.m.
KG 7:50 a.m. 11:50 a.m.
I - XII 7:50 a.m. 1:50 p.m.
  • School gates will open at 7:30 a.m. for student’s entry.
  • School gates will be closed at 7:50 a.m. and no student will be allowed to enter after that.
  • Students reporting between 7:50 a.m. to 7:55 a.m. will treated as late comers and if a child comes late more than three times, he/she will be sent back home. Students should reach school 5 minutes before the bell timings. It will facilitate them to start their day in a relaxed and comfortable manner.
    • 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.


CBSE curriculum has been implemented for all the classes. Assessment and Evaluation will be done as per CBSE guidelines.


  • Students must come to school on time.
  • School Almanac needs to be carried daily.
  • Changing of classrooms between periods should be done silently in an orderly manner.
  • Students must come to school in proper school uniform.
  • Parents/Guardians are not allowed to meet their wards or teachers during school hours.
  • The answer sheets of students who use unfair means during exams will not be evaluated. Repetition of the same will result in dismissal.
  • No monetary collection for any purpose can be made in the school without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • School property must be handled with care. No student should scratch or spoil the chairs and school furniture.
  • Expensive watches, pens or large amounts of cash should not be brought to school.
  • No foul language should be used.
  • Students are prohibited to bring cell phones.
  • On the assessment day, incase, the child had to leave the school early, the answer sheet will not be considered for assessment.
  • The school has the right to suspend any student whose progress is not upto the average level of the class or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
  • As a matter of policy, the school does not allow any student to drive two wheelers/cars etc. If anything untoward happens, the school shall not be held responsible.
  • A disciplinary action will be taken against the student for violating any of the school rules and persistent misconduct may lead to expulsion.
  • Students must abstain from the following :
  • Absence from classes without the permission of the teacher/Vice-Principal/Principal.
  • Misbehaviour towards teachers or any other employee of the school. ä Disobeying lawful orders of the teacher/Vice Principal/Principal ä Intentional disturbance of classes.
  • Bullying/Rowdyism and rude behaviour.
  • Eve-teasing/misbehaviour towards fellow students. ä Bringing unauthorized people/articles inside the school. ä Smoking/Chewing Gutkha/Paan/Khaini etc.
  • Use of drugs or intoxicant (except on prescription by a registered Medical Practitioner).
  • Any form of gambling.
  • Theft/pilferage of school/students' property.
  • Spitting in or near the school building except where the spitting is made in any spittoon provided by the school.
  • Casteism, communalism or practice of untouchability.
  • Propagating a strike/disruption of classes.
  • Association with banned organization.
  • Any sort of misconduct, festivals celebration or group chats outside the school after dispersal. They are advised to head towards their residence immediately.


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.


Application duly signed by parents/guardians will only be considered for leave. In case of leave on account of sickness for more than four days, the application should be accompanied by a medical certificate.


1. A child will be allowed to leave the school premises only after obtaining due permission of the Principal on the 'Gate Pass' and its deposition at the gate.
2. Leave for half day is not allowed.
3. In case of extreme emergency, parents should meet the Front Office Executive with their request to take the child out of school. The child will not be sent with relatives or neighbours.
4. On any assessment day, incase, the child had to leave the school early, the answer sheet will not be considered for assessment.


Students falling short of required attendance (minimum 75% as per CBSE by-laws) during the academic session will not be allowed to appear in the final examination.


It is a matter of deep concern that parents send their children to school suffering from infectious ailments. This can result in an epidemic outbreak. If children come to school with any infectious ailment, they will be sent back home.
Students suffering from diseases like cholera, measles, mumps and jaundice must complete the quarantine period before re-joining the school. This should be indicated in the medical certificate.

Don'ts for Students

Share FEELINGS not things

✖ Do not take off mask at any point of time
✖ Do not share eatables or water with other students
✖ Do not share stationery, books, notebooks etc. with anyone
✖ Do not crowd at one place
✖ Do not come to school in case symptoms of fever/cough/cold are detected
In current scenario, it is important than ever, that parents give adequate attention to improve immunity and the holistic well-being of the child. Students’ attitudes and dispositions are influenced to a great degree by the support they receive from families and teachers and by the role models they are exposed to. Different forms of support from families and teachers, including parental emotional support and teacher enthusiasm, are found to be important for the development of positive attitude towards learning and can ensure that students acquire the attitudes and dispositions that can maximise their ability to make the most of online and offline learning opportunities.


DOs for Parents

  • Ensure that your ward is fit before sending him/her to school.
  • Ensure that your ward wears a mask and carries hand sanitizer bottle in his/her bag.
  • Pack some tissue papers/ napkins in your ward's bags to be used for sneezing etc.
  • Ensure that your ward carries his/her stationery and textbook to the school.
  • Pack healthy home cooked meal, water-bottle and an extra mask.
  • Teach your child the following prevention techniques to safeguard himself/herself and others.

To cover his/ her mouth and nose with a tissue/paper towel when they cough or sneeze and throwing used tissues in the trash immediately.

To cough or sneeze into their elbow if they don’t have a tissue.

DON’Ts for Parents

✖ Do not send your ward to school if he/she seems unwell.
✖ Do not allow your ward to carry mobile phone to the school premises.
We seek your cooperation as we strive together to make your ward learn better.
Together we can beat this!


World was at the wit’s end when SARS-CoV-2 was first detected in China in 2019 in Wuhan of Hubei Province. Since then coronavirus has become a new threat to humanity and many countries across the world have implemented forced lockdown to tackle the spread of COVID-19. It had a profound impact, not only on people’s health, but also on how they learn, work and live. Among the most important challenges created by COVID-19 is how to adapt a system of education built around physical schools. Before COVID-19 disrupted our lives and forced the students to open their laptops and learn from home, the first day of offline school was a rite of passage — the start of a life-determining journey that has broadly followed the same shape and rhythm for generations. Pandemic has brought about changes in the delivery model of education which was the NEW NORMAL, The education system has made a significant shift during the pandemic and has return to what it once was. Many academic institutions were forced to move their courses online and chose different online platforms (Google-Meet, Skype, Team, Zoom etc.) to impart education.Concept of online teaching learning evolved as a promising alternative to regular classroom teaching. Later, the schools adapted Hybrid teaching that includes the elements of both distance and in-person schooling.

Now, while overcoming the pandemic at Bosco, we are doing everything we can to ensure children can continue to attend school and stay safe. Being together in a classroom is the most effective way for students to learn and grow. Strong and inclusive public education systems are essential to the short- and long-term holistic recovery of society and that there is an opportunity to leapfrog toward powered-up schools. To succeed in life and at work, they will need all the social, emotional, and academic support they can get via rich and flexible learning experiences.

At school, we make every effort to ensure that your ward is safe. Thermal screening is done at the entry gate, constant reminders are given to the students through standees, posters to adhere to the Covid Appropriate Behaviour (CAB), sanitizers are placed at every nook and corner of the school. Emotional support is much needed at this time. School Counselor is available at the school and is ready to address the emotional concerns of your ward. The school ensures to follow the guidelines & advisory of DDMA, Department of Education & CBSE. We urge students and parents to follow the given advisory.


Dos for Students.

  • Follow physical distancing
  • Report to the school at the exact allotted time by the authorities
  • Cover the face with N-95 mask at all times
  • Carry an extra mask in the bag
  • Carry a hand sanitizer
  • Carry his/her own water bottle
  • Leave the school premises immediately after dispersal


Parent Teacher Meeting is a prominent and notable feature of the school curriculum. It enables parents to have close interaction with teachers in context to the progress and behaviour of their child. They can exchange suggestions in order to find workable solutions to the problems.


The House System is an integral and vibrant part of the school's culture. Students from class III onwards are assigned one of the four houses namely - Tagore, Tilak, Nehru and Gandhi. It aims at giving students an identity and sense of pride in a supportive and secure environment. The Houses compete in a number of sports, academic and cultural activities. It provides for positive competition and a closer rapport between students and teachers. Regular House Meetings are conducted to brief students about the upcoming activities and competitions.


The House System is an integral and vibrant part of the school's culture. Students from class III onwards are assigned one of the four houses namely - Tagore, Tilak, Nehru and Gandhi. It aims at giving students an identity and sense of pride in a supportive and secure environment. The Houses compete in a number of sports, academic and cultural activities. It provides for positive competition and a closer rapport between students and teachers. Regular House Meetings are conducted to brief students about the upcoming activities and competitions.

School Bus Users

Parents using bus transport must note

The school buses cover the following areas-Paschim Vihar, Pitam Pura, Rohini, Nangloi, Vikas Puri, Uttam Nagar, Khayala, Moti Nagar, Punjabi Bagh, Tilak Nagar, Vishnu Garden, Najafgarh, Mansarovar Garden and Rajouri Garden.

  • The school bus facility is available for those students who wish to avail the same, but it cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The school authorities at their own discretion have the right to disallow any pupil from availing the bus facility.
  • The student will be given an identity card with the Bus Route No. which must be in her/his possession while boarding the bus.
  • Parents/Guardians/Appointed persons must come to leave and receive the child at least five minutes earlier than the scheduled bus time. If no one is waiting to collect the child, he/she will be brought back to school and must be collected by the parents from the reception.
    This is in the interest and safety of the child.
  • Bus fee will be charged for 11 months in a year except from class XII students. They need to pay for ten months only. No charges will be levied for the month of June. For withdrawal of bus facility, parent must give priornotice of one month. Bus routes and stops will be determined and may be modified at the discretion of the school.
  • Damage caused to the bus by any student/students will have to be made good by them.
  • School bus will run only to the stops of the locality fixed by the authorities and not to individual houses/lanes.
  • Students missing the bus, will have to make their own arrangement on that day to come to school. The same holds good in case of unforeseen breakdown of bus.
  • School bus service will be available only for students and not for Parents/Escorts under any circumstance.

The management will not be responsible for loss of life/property or injury caused to the child due to accident or any sort of technical or natural calamity, if any, while travelling by the School Bus and/or for any other reason merely because School Bus service has been provided and there would be no indemnity of the school management and staff for any claim on such accounts.

Private Van Users

Parents must verify the following details regarding CAB / VAN used for ferrying children :

  • Vehicle registration certificate and insurance paper of the vehicle
  • Vehicle Permit
  • Fitness of vehicle as per govt. norms (CNG fitness certificate is mandatory.)
  • The age of vehicle should not be more than 15 years in case of CNG/Petrol and 10 years in case of Diesel, from the date of its initial registration
  • Installation of Fire Extinguisher
  • Availability of First Aid Box
  • No overloading of students (The carrying capacity of the Cab/Van shall be limited to 1½ [one and half] times the seating capacity declared in registration certificate.)
  • Check that no. of seats in the vehicle are same as passed in the Registration Certificate
  • Installation of GPS device and approved speed control device in the vehicle
  • Availability of carrier on the roof for storage of school bags
  • Placement of a horizontal strip in the middle, in yellow colour on all sides of the vehicle
  • Display board with 'SCHOOLCAB' inscribed on it with bold black letters on golden yellow background
  • Maintenance of a register with school children names, father's name, name of school, residential address of students with telephone no. of parents Further, parents must check the following details regarding the DRIVERS of the van/cab:
  • Police verification of the driver and submission of its copy to the school
  • Valid Driving license and badge
  • Residential proof, identity proof of the driver and owner of the van
  • Ensure that driver is not in a habit of smoking and drinking
  • Make sure that the driver doesn't use abusive or harsh language in the presence of students
  • Pay attention that in case of any change in the duty of the driver or the vehicle the same
  • should be informed to the parents as well as school in advance
  • Ensure that the driver follows the school guideline of mentioning the number of students and sign the register at the school gate every day; though the school is following the same regularly.

Parents are advised to play the role of vigilant observers on this sensitive subject, note down the violations committed by the van driver, if any, and immediately report to the concerned authority.


    Note :

  • In the case of private transport users & walkers, school shall not have any responsibility once the student steps out of the school.
  • Classes Nursery to II parents must carry 'Student Collection Pass' while collecting their wards from school.