• Don Bosco ITI Principals’ Meeting, Don Bosco Skills Mission, Bangalore 05 Feb 2023

    On 5th February 2022 the Principals of Don Bosco ITIs across the country come together at Don Bosco Skills Mission, Bangalore for presentation of initiatives and activities. Quality time was spent together with lot of sharing and discussion on various useful topics pertaining to ITI training as well as other matters. 25 of the 29 training(ITI) institutions came together and it was coordinated by Fr. George Mathew, the Executive Director of Don Bosco Tech India. Fr. Davis M J, the president of Don Bosco Tech India was also present on the occasion and made contributions by way of positive interventions.  

    The day’s program began at 9.15 A M with a short prayer by Fr. Noble George after which Fr. George Mathew gave a briefing on the day’s program. Br. Tom C J, the convener of Don Bosco ITI consortium gave a short welcome speech in which he emphasized on the need of continuous accompaniment by Don Bosco Tech and a proactive and result oriented response from each of the ITI. This was followed by a presentation by Fr. Noble George on vocational skill training interventions. During this everyone had a better understanding of NSQF and NEP which were implemented recently (NSQF in 2013 and NEP in 2020).

    Fr. George Mathew brought to the notice of everyone that very few were accessing the BOONFACE (Bosco Online Facilitation Center) and as a result Don Bosco Tech doesn’t get training and other data from the training centers.

    There was a presentation on modern welding by Lincoln Electric Welding school by Mr. Clifford. Later on in the afternoon Mr. Ravi Kumar presented and explained all the aspects of welding and the certification by India Institute of welding. Representatives from Japanese Chamber of Commerce too had come and gave a presentation on the possibility of jobs in Japan.

    Fr. Davis M J, the provincial of New Delhi province, said that Don Bosco Tech together with the Salesians play a very important role in the lives of the poor young people across the county. There is a choice for the young people in our centers and many are being helped out. He also said that we all need to give the best for the poor without compromising.

    At the end of the ay Fr. Joseph Elevenal, the director of DBSM concluded the day by giving a briefing of all that took place during the day. He expressed his gratitude to everyone for the active participation and valuable contribution.

    Br. Tom C J, Principal

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  • Online Classes - DBTI Okhla 11 Apr 2021

    Everyone is aware of the fact that there is a sudden surge in the cases of COVID-19 in Delhi. Therefore, all are hereby informed that as per the direction from the concerned department, the conduct of all the classes of DBTI Okhla will be online from 12th to 30th April 2021 and so students are asked not to come to the institute until then. If there is any update on the extension of the online classes beyond 30th April, the matter will be communicated before 30th April 2021. The trainees are asked to cooperate with the teachers with regard to online classes so that these days are made use properly for the trainees’ benefit. We are all aware of the prevailing situation which is quite alarming due to the spread of Covid-19 in Delhi NCT and so take at most care and be safe.


  • Inauguration Ceremony of COPA 2020 16 Sep 2020

    DBTI Okhla has 40 new trainees in COPA who are sponsored by Godrej Infotech Limited. These new trainees of COPA were online on 16th September at 11.30 a m together with the officials of Godrej Infotech for the inauguration of the training program. At first there was a prayer song followed by introduction and words of welcome by the principal. Fr C A Joseph, the director of the institute gave an overview of Don Bosco and his educational work worldwide. Mr Ajay Pimparkar in his speech appreciated the effort Don Bosco institutions are making to empower the youth. Ms Vaishali Raj Head, HR too spoke and wished all the trainees a wonderful time ahead during the course of this skill training. After a short introduction of the classes the program ended with a short video clipping which gave the message that education brings a nation together.

  • BCA Admission 20 Apr 2020

    Admission Enquiry for BCA Course(Academic Session 2020-21), GGSIP University, Delhi


  • Institute remains closed 31 Mar 2020

    As per the information given earlier, the institute was closed till 31st March 2020 due to a Government order. But due to the coronavirus spread, the Government has taken on 22nd March an important decision of complete lockdown for 21 days so as to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Therefore, the institute remains closed until further order from the Government. Our institute campus looks empty but with lot of greenery as you can see a panoramic view showing part of our campus.