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Don Bosco – Fr. McFerran Trophy All India Football Tournament 2018
Fr. Sean McFerran, an Irish missionary was one of the early pioneering missionaries who brought...
In the memory of the Sporting Padre
Fr. Sean McFerran, an Irish Missionary spent 36 years, rendering committed service, in India and...
The History of the HouseDon Bosco Wisdom Town has come into existence as the brain child of Fr. Gerard Nelliyotukonam who began it originally as a sports school to facilitate placement of youngsters with suitable sports quota jobs. 6.5 acres of Land having been acquired over the years from 1992 from Mr. Govinda Rao, owner of the popular monthly publication called “Wisdom” and the place has now come to be called “Don Bosco – Wisdom Town”. This land became the home to Don Bosco Matriculation school which was begun in 2006 to support the expenses of the old age home -Jeeva Jyothi. This plot also houses a football pitch with galleries along with Mc Ferran Sports hostel -which in collaboration with sports development authority of Tamil Nadu admitted government sponsored children. This hostel also began to take on boys of non-sports quota from 2011 and thus today it houses 31 boys after which the government project too ceased. It is hoped that the government sponsorship would again commence in 2015 onwards. In 1998 a 2-acre land bought nearby for 3 lakhs has grown today to be the Jeeva Jyothi Home for the Aged which today houses 100 residents.