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Towards encouraging entrepreneurship and improving skill development
Don Bosco Technical Institutions are all out to re-energise their activities in line with the...
The importance of psychological service in today’s world
A two-day workshop on Application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), as a part of the...
A graceful picture of serenity and joy
“Our span is seventy years or eighty for those who are strong,” says the Psalmist....
“We make possible a developing experience of being in a group to the point where young people discover the Church as the communion of believers in Christ, so they can develop an intense sense of belonging to the Church” SYMFoR, p.149 (cf. C. 35; R. 8)
This dimension encourages all kinds of constructive and group activities which are a concrete initiation into community, civic and ecclesial involvement. SYMFoR, p.157 (C. 35; R. 8)
The Salesian Youth Ministry in the province has enabled interpersonal relationship among the youth. The young are accompanied to take part in social life assuming their moral and social responsibility. Forums are created for the young to express their ideas and desires and they are involved in decision making.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Yes. There are groups functioning in Technical Schools. They are functioning effectively as per the objectives of the group.
There are many groups are functions in the Youth Centres namely, Spiritual group, Social group, Cultural group, Sports group, Education and job placement group, Blood donors group... These groups come together in the beginning of the academic year and plan out their early programme and bring them out in their EEP. Regularly they meet to evaluate their programme and proceed further. Not all the youth centres follow these strategic planning and budgeting.
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