Chennai Salesians

In focus: Social Action

Orientation for Bosco Outreach

Bosco Outreach programme is one of the important activities of the Don Bosco College, Yelagiri. During this year’s three-day Outreach programme, Orientation was the subject for the first day. The importance of the Outreach programme, participatory rural appraisal, and the several stages of a rural camp which includes planning, implementation, summing up, evaluation and follow-up were discussed. The objectives of the rural camp was to implement Resource mapping, Social mapping and format for documentation.

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Observing the World Day of the Poor

The Social Service Club (SSC) and Spiritual Club (SC) of Don Bosco Agro Tech, Polur visited AIM Seva NGO and Physically Challenged School on the occasion of World Day of the Poor, on November 24, 2017. At AIM Seva, the students of Don Bosco Agro Tech distributed food to the orphan children, while, at the Physically Challenged school, they distributed games and sweets.

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Youth must spearhead social reforms

The society is where we belong, and which nurtures us to be responsible citizens. Similarly, we as individuals are also responsible to our society and all our actions reflect on the well-being of our society that we belong to. Hence, a very integral part of our upbringing is the social responsibility that we adopt which has a bearing on our own social behavior.
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Author: Nikhil Raghavan
Trust and authenticity – prerequisites for social media usage

In his Editorial in Business Economics (November 1-15, 2017), Dr. H. P. Kanoria, Editor-in-Chief says, “The Internet has become the friend of about 53% of Indians, whereas the global average of Internet users is 51%. While the Internet has its positives like connecting people, self-expression, sharing opinions with others, easy access to services, making online purchases, it also has its negatives like online gaming, gambling, pornography, rumour-mongering, addiction to the Net that result in reduced creativity, poor memory, disrupted sleep pattern, restlessness, aggressive social media behavior, etc.”
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Author: Nikhil Raghavan
எரிபடும் ஏழைகள்

‘கந்துவட்டிக்காரர்களின் கொண்டாட்டப் பூமிதான் தமிழ்நாடா?’ இப்படிச் சிந்திக்கும் அளவுக்கு நம் நாட்டில் கந்துவட்டிக்காரர்களின் அடாவடிக் கொடூரம் அரங்கேறி வருகிறது. 2017, அக்டோபர் 23, திங்களன்று வழக்கம் போல் திருநெல்வேலி மாவட்ட ஆட்சியாளரின் அலுவலகம் முன்பு குறை கேட்கும் நாளுக்கான மனுக்களைச் சமர்ப்பிக்கப் பொதுமக்கள் கூடி வந்தனர். அப்போது எசக்கி முத்து (28) – சுப்புலட்சுமி (24)...  Read More

Author: அருள் ரோசா
Source: அரும்பு
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About the Salesian

We, the Salesians of Don Bosco [SDB], are an international organization of men dedicated full time to the service of young people, especially those who are poorer and disadvantaged.


What we Do?

The activities and works by means of which we Salesians carry out our mission, depend on the needs and situations of the people whom we serve.


Where we Work?

We live and work among the poor and the disadvantaged especially the marginalized and dalit youth of Tamil Nadu, India. We operate from 45 local presences called houses with multiple service centers in each of them.


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The statistical data is only a representation of the reach of our activities and not the impact of Don Bosco system in their personal life and families.


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