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Don Bosco Dharmapuri received Overall Championship
Don Bosco College Dharmapuri Social Work Department received Overall Championship (Second) in Catharsis 2019 held...
Psychological seminar on creating great minds
Psychological seminar on creating great minds at Don Bosco college Dharmapuri
Two-day animation by DBSARC at DB College Dharmapuri
Two-day animation by DBSARC at DB College Dharmapuri started on International Human rights Day. Thanks...
The History of the HouseIn 1997, the new Bishop of Dharmapuri Bp. Joseph Antony invited the Salesians to care for the Diocesan Youth and to begin some ministry in the diocese. Two years later, Fr. Arul Mariraj SDB began the Don Bosco Matriculation School for the diocese. In 2005, Social ministry taking care of the gypsies, with additional services such as tailoring, self-help groups and career guidance were begun. In response to the decision of the Salesians to reach out to the youth than children via institutes of higher learning, the process to serve Dharmapuri region via an Arts and Science College was begun. In 2008 the Arts & Science college was begun with 4 Salesians, 10 staff and 250 students with Fr. Johnson Anthonisamy as the first Rector and Fr. Varghese Choorackal as the first Principal.
The next year, in 2008, the Teacher Training institute was setup -which 5 years later was suspended due to lack of takers. In 2012 the B. Ed college was begun with 5 staff and 85 students which today has 12 staff and 100 students. Now in 2013, the arts and science college functions with 10 Under Graduation courses, 6 Post Graduation courses, a research programme sustained by 5 salesians, 120 staff and benefits 2493 students.
Don Bosco College
Don Bosco College of Education (B.Ed.)
Adhiyaman Bypass Road
Dharmapuri- 636 809
(04342) 293 700 - College of Education
(04342) 291570/ 292210/293800 - Arts and Science College
email@example.com - Arts and Science College
firstname.lastname@example.org - B.Ed. College