Catering to the skilling and employability needs of the youth, Don Bosco Technical Institutes in India have given skill training to many thousands of young people in India.
The first “Don Bosco Technical School” which started in Shillong, Meghalaya in 1932 still continues to educate the poor youth. All Don Bosco Technical Institutes take the young people from the poorer sections of the society and offer them not merely skills but mould them into responsible, hardworkingcitizens.
Types of Don Bosco Vocational TrainingInstitutes
1. Vocational Training or Non-Formal Technical Institutes which offer certificate or diploma courses for those who have not completed schooleducation.
2. Government Certified Diploma courses or I.T.ICourses
Don Bosco Technical Institutes in India have a state of the art, well equipped Machine shops with machines imported from Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the UK, as well as machinery from leading tool manufacturers from within the country itself.
Following the footsteps of Don Bosco, these Don Bosco Technical Institutes offer the best machinery to the young.
The Government of India has recognized the Salesians of Don Bosco as the largest Non- Governmental Provider of Technical Education in the country.