National Institute of Open School
National Institute of Open School

Course: Secondary/ Sr. Secondary
Medium: English and Hindi
Category: Boys and Girls
Capacity: 500 Candidates

Core Staff
Coordinatior - Br. Jose Puthenpurackel,  Assistant - Mr. Azmat Ansari

Admission Procedure
Application forms can be obtained in 2nd week of june every year. Candidates are selected on the basis of interview.

Breif History and Statistics:
Don Bosco School, Liluah was accredited as accredited institute in the year 1994 to conduct Secondary and Sr. Secondary academic courses of NIOS.

List of coodinators and number of students from 1994 onwards

1994-1995 FR. M. A. JOSEPH 10
1995-1996 FR. DOMINIC KACHIRA 04
1996-1997 FR. DOMINIC KACHIRA 13
1997-1998 FR. DOMINIC KACHIRA 60
1998-1999 FR. DOMINIC KACHIRA 95
1999-2000 FR. DOMINIC KACHIRA 140
2000-2001 FR. DOMINIC KACHIRA 179
2001-2002 FR. C. J. GEORGE 191
2002-2003 FR. C. J. GEORGE 206
2003-2004 FR. C. J. GEORGE 247
2004-2005 FR. C. J. GEORGE 233
2005-2006 FR. JOSEPH PATHICKAL 281
Night School
Night School

Don Bosco Night School started in the year 1976 by a group of past pupils. The main objective of this service is to educate under - privileged children of the locality. Academic and Value education are mainly taught here. The interest of the students helps the teachers to teach them English and other subjects with at ease. Along with their academics they also learn manners, disciplines, punctuality, and politeness.
It all started with a very small number of students 30 years back. But gradually student increased and we have at present till class VII.
Fr. Joseph Pathickal is our present Rector. Mr. Soumen Mark James along with 10 other dedicated teachers takes care of the student in the night school. Few students after finishing their night school joined the NIOS for their 10th and 12th standards.

Parents are asked to fill in the admission forms with the utmost accuracy. No subsequent changes will be permitted.
A candidate who has attended a recognized school cannot be admitted without a Transfer Certificate from the school he last attended. Catholic students must also produce a Baptism Certificate.
New Candidates must be introduced personally to the Principal by the one who will be responsible for his conduct and fees.
They will be examined on the syllabus of the class immediately below that to which they seek admission. The Rector is the final authority in granting admissions.
Student Strength: 502
Classes I to V - with two section each
Classes VI to VII - with one section