Don Bosco School, Liluah, stepped into the new academic session 2018-2019 on 03 April 2018.



The lighting of the lamp to invoke the blessings of the Almighty marked the beginning of the day.  In his opening speech, Rev. Fr. Tomy Joseph, the Rector welcomed the staff and students and highlighted the importance of the ‘Art of Listening and Accompaniment.’ 



The welcome dance set the tone for a new beginning and the mellifluous prayer song aptly ushered in the new session with blessings from the Almighty.



The Chief Guest for the day was the Commissioner of Police, Howrah, Mr. D. P. Singh, who in his message urged the Bosconians to learn the art of appreciation and live a life worthy of praise in order to make their parents and teachers proud.


The Principal, Rev. Fr. Sunit Kiro, thanked the Chief Guest and Fr. Rector, for their valuable messages, urging the boys to follow them to make this new session fruitful.  The singing of the National Anthem concluded the solemn inaugural session.