03. Don Bosco – COIMBATORE-VELLAKINAR
Don Bosco Vellaikinar – Pre-noviciate was started in 1984 and has a school. Through this institution a large number of orphans and poor youth get education. Don Bosco Coimbatore aims to build character among youth by providing training in personality development.
Vision of Coimbatore – Vellaikinar
Don Bosco Boys’ Home, Vellakinar envisions in training youngsters to be professional and efficient social workers and agents of social empowerment through formal education and non-formal village exposure programmes to bring positive effects in the lives of rural children and youth around the locality.
Mission of Coimbatore – Vellaikinar
- To provide leadership training for social animation to trainees.
- To provide social awareness and analysis of social issues for trainees
- To provide training for group dynamics and form social welfare groups
- To provide human maturity and sexual education awareness for leaders and beneficiaries
- To provide social communication for effective social work
- Transit school for street children provides accommodation, food, education, and mainstream them in regular schools.
- Pre-Novitiate formation of young people and pre-preparation for novitiate.
Details of Conferers
ROLES & RESPONS-
|S Antonypitchai Aldon Jibose||BCom 1||
|P Christuraj Mohan||Vp/Ys||
|P Gnanapragasam Benjamin||R/Cd/P||
|P Lourdu Bhakiaraj||V/A||
|S Lourdusamy Januarius||BE Civil 2||
|1984:||To faricted workshops was put up salesians and boys. Four boys joined sep 15 1964.|
11 boys are joined, June was started carpentry and mechanic.
|1967:||House was closed.|
|1980:||The house was reopened scope to cater for home and children. They give non – formal education.|
|1980:||Boarding was started.|
|1985:||Narshet was started.|
|1985:||Extension work started.|
Prenoviciated shifted from Pallithammam.
|Headquarters:||COIMBATORE||Total Area:||7469.0||Sq. Kms.|
|Forest Area :||1615.42||Sq.||Net Sown Area:||3585.48||Sq. Kms.|
|Occupied House:||858.57||‘000||Net Irrigation Area||1420.27||Sq. Kms.|
|Total Population||3508.37||‘000||Total Literates||2075.02||‘000|
|Total Male||1797.19||‘000||Total Female||1711.18||‘000|
|Urban Population||1844.99||‘000||Rural Population||1663.38||‘000|
|Rural Population –||846.18||‘000||Rural Population –||817.2||‘000|
|Urban Population –||951.01||‘000||Urban Population –||893.99||‘000|
|Total SC Population||575.28||‘000||Total ST||26.16||‘000|
|SC Population –||338.49||‘000||ST Population –||22.84||‘000|
|SC Population –||236.79||‘000||ST Population –||3.31||‘000|
|Total Male Literacy||1225.78||‘000||Total Female||849.24||‘000|
|Rural Literates||813.54||‘000||Urban Literates||1261.49||‘000|
|Rural Literates –||503.27||‘000||Rural Literates –||310.27||‘000|
|Urban Literates –||722.52||‘000||Urban Literates –||538.97||‘000|
|Rural Male Literacy||66.4 %||Rural Female||42.36 %|
|Urban Male Literacy||85.46 %||Urban Female||68.09 %|
|Total Workers (‘000)||Male Workers|
|Relative CMIE Index of Development||Index||196.0||135.0||100.0|
|Population Growth per annum||%||1.44||1.4||2.14|
|Population density(persons / Sq.km)||Nos||469.0||429.0||273.0|
|Workers as % of total population||%||45.13||43.31||37.46|
|As % of main workers|
|Agriculture & allied activ.||%||44.5||61.51||66.92|
|Mining & quarrying||%||0.14||0.3||0.61|
|Fores area as % of reporting area||%||21.56|
|Net sown area as % of reporting area||%||47.86||43.85||46.3|
|Gross Irri.area as % of reporting area||%||40.83||47.51||30.72|
|Average size of operational holding||Hect||2.2||1.01||1.69|
|Fertiliser consumption per Hect.||Kgs.||153.0||124.0||72.0|
|Value of output of major crops per||Rs.||6479.0||6622.0||3576.0|
|Value of output of major crops per||Rs.||809.0||758.0|
|Per capita food grains production||Kgs||50.0||124.0||173.0|
|Road length per 100 sq.kms||Kms||136.03||128.44||60.14|
|Railway route length per 100 sq.kms||Kms||0.0||3.08||2.04|
|Post offices per lakh population||Nos.||0.0||21.57||17.93|
|TelegrapTelephones per lakh||Nos.||0.0||9.91||4.93|
|Telephones per lakh population||Nos.||0.0||1016.0||800.0|
|Bank branches per lakh population||Nos.||9.24||7.82||7.3|
|Per capita bank deposits||Rs.||5294.0||3356.0||3269.0|
|Per capita bank credit||Rs.||5097.0||2925.0||1978.0|
|Per capita bank credit to agriculture||Rs.||397.0||365.0||222.0|
|Per hectare bank credit to agriculture||Rs.||3669.0||2985.0||1046.0|
|Per capita bank credit to SSI||Rs.||1005.0||312.0||185.0|
|Per capita bank credit to industries||Rs.||2630.0||1190.0||705.0|
Ahura Welding Electrode Manufactures Ltd. S. F. No. 139 & 144 / 3, Thirumalayampalayam Village Coimbatore Palghat Main Road, Coimbatore.
Production of twisted yarn, M. S. electrodes and special electrodes, Bimetal beings Ltd. 22, Marudamalai Road, Coimbatore – 641018.
Manufacturer: Shell back bearings, bushings and thrust washer. The company markets its products to both the original equipment manufacturers and the replacement market.
Ph: 0422 2666333.