09 MADURAI – DON BOSCO

09. Don Bosco I.T.C – MADURAI – DON BOSCO

Profile

Madurai Don Bosco was started at the year of 1987 in K.Pudur of Madurai District. Madurai Don Bosco gives education for 10th and 12th poor urban and rural poor youth of Madurai District. It also helps the school drop outs by giving the technical education.

Activities

Technical Education (NCVT): Formal (Fitter, Electrician, Electronic Mechanic, Motor Vehicle Mechanic, Refrigiration & Air Condition Mechanic, Instrument Mechanic. SCVT: Printing and Desktop Publishing. Non-Formal: Two Wheeler & Four Wheeler repair and maintenance, Welding Lathe works, Computer Hardware, Refrigeration & Air Condition repair and maintenance, Wiring – Winding and Plumbing, Driving School, Service Station, Hostel, Youth Animation, Career Guidance and Job Placement, Centre for Spoken English, Night School Coaching Centre, CFCA, Oratory.

Vision of Don Bosco – Madurai

Don Bosco ITC is committed to impart Holistic formation to the disadvantaged youth in and around Madurai district through quality, job oriented and value based technical skill training, ensuring total literacy around by creating awareness and providing educational services and thus empower the youth of neighbourhood to work for social transformation in the Don Bosco way.

Mission of Don Bosco – Madurai

  • Providing holistic formation and quality, technical, job-oriented and value-based skill training.
  • Ensuring total literacy in and around by creating awareness and educational services.
  • Empowering the youth of neighbourhood to work for social transformation in the society.

Major Activities

  1. Formal and non-formal technical training for the rural poor youth
  2. Hostel facility for the trainee students
  3. Career guidance and job placement assistance to the successful students in getting employed.
  4. Night school coaching for educationally backward and poor students.

Details of Conferers

NAME

ROLES &RESPONS-

IBILITIES

CELL NUMBER

E-MAIL ID

S    Alfred Nishanth    

BSc. Phy 1

-

 

L   Bipin Topno Arvind (INS)

B.E  Mech 4

-

arvindbpn@gmail.com

L    Chinnapparaj        

A / La

9965328181   

 

P    Edward Xavier      

Co

97504 82898

edisdb@gmail.com    

S  Michaelraj Arul Naveen

BA Eng 1

-

 

P   Moses Bernard

V/P/Dn

9585274111

bernardsdb@gmail.com

P   Pinto Sagaya Francis    

R/Cd/Ys/Ic:Press

8883555449

dbitimdu@gmail.com

S   Simiyon Sebastin Arun

Asst

-

sebastinarun03@gmail.com

History of Don Bosco – Madurai

1.     Name of the institution                                   :       Don Bosco, Industrial Training

        Centre      

2.     Year of starting                                                 :       1987

3.     Name of the location when it was started :

               At Ganesapuram adjacent to  Britto colony.

4.     Original purpose of the institution:

Original purpose of the institution is to provide technical education for the drop – outs and who are economically poor. So that they may be employed after their studies.

5.     Original target group:

        1.     Rural poor youth.

        2.     Urban poor youth.

        3.     Economically poor youth.

        4.     Drop – outs.

Original scope of the institution:

        1.     Offering integral technical education to the boys, where by they start to work by themselves and earn their lively – hood.

        2.     To organize Night school for the poor children of the area through comprehensive education.

        3.     To bring down the rate of drop – outs so that they may be employed.

 Presentation of institution history:   

1987   :   Opened newly built Don Bosco Technical Institute.

1989   :   “Don Bosco 1988 Memorial’’ building was opened.

1989   :   New building (with Asbestos shed) was opened at the corner of ITI.

1988   :   ITI School started.

1988   :   Temporary Recognition for wireman (Electrician) Trade and Welder Trade.

1989   :   Radio and T.V., Mechanism Trades were introduced.

1989   :   Fitter Trade was introduced.

1992   :   Bosco Institute of Graphic Arts was opened. (1999 it was closed).

1996   :   New House for the confrere’s in ITI was built (Brother’s room and Chapel).

1997   :   Compound wall and a new gate towards Jawaharpuram bus stop was opened.

1997   :   Night school started.

2000   :   New building for ITI was built.

2000   :   A/C Mechanic, Mechanic motor vehicle and general electronics trades were started.

2003   :   Inauguration of Don Bosco boys home.

2003   :   New Temporary kitchen was built for the DBBH.

2003   :   Instrument mechanic trade was introduced.

2003   :   Girls were introduced for the ITI studies.

2006   :   New hostel for the boarders built

2006   :   Printing and computer trades started

2007   :   Welding and lathe works started

2007   :   Don Bosco Youth Centre Started

Profile of Don Bosco – Madurai

1.     Name of the society registered            :       Madurai Don Bosco Society

2.     Year of starting                                         :       1986

3.     Address of the institution                       :       Don Bosco ITC

                                                                                    Opp. Jawaharpuram Bus stand

                                                                                    K. pudur

                                                                                    Madurai – 625 007.

4.     Head of the institution                            :       Fr. Francis Antony samy

5.     Specific objective of the institution       :

Main Target Groups :

1.     10th or 12th completed poor urban and rural youth and drop – outs, boys and girls who are between 15 to 25 years old and economically poor.

2.     Priority will be given to local students.

3.     Local children for 3rd to 12th, local poor, in and around our institute and adults youth of the locality.

Goals :

1.     Imparting religious values and teaching the importance of the human values.

2.     Through technical training job oriented courses which are given to the boys and girls where by they start working by themselves and earn their livelihood.

3.     Help the drop – outs to pass in their high school studies.

4.     Training the students according to the need of the companies and factories.

5.     Organizing Sunday oratory to impart human values and provide healthy recreation.

6.     Organize Night school. To provide study facilities and prevent school drop outs.

6.     Activities and programme details:

 

S.
No
Name of the Activity Year of Starting No. of.
Beneficiaries Now
Expenses per year Funded by Govt., Foreign, Province
1 Technical Centre 1987 350 Rs. 25,00,000 Province and Students
2 Boarding 2003 100 Rs.9,60,000 Province and Students

Extensions service:

 

S.
No
Name of the Activity Year of Starting No. of.
Beneficiaries Now
Expenses per year Funded by Govt., Foreign, Province
1

Night Schools

1997 200

Rs.1,50,000

Province and Project

2

Sunday Oratory (youth)

2007 100

Rs.50,000

Province and Project

The details of the Confreres:

 

S.No Name Designation

Qualification

Years of
Exp. Total

 

 

Present house No. of. Years

Year of

1st 
profession

1

Fr. Francis Antony Samy

Rector and Correspondent

B.Sc.B.Ed.

20 years

3 years

1977

2

Fr. Christopher Jeyaraj

Principal

DCE, B.A.

7 years

1 years

1990

3

Br. Stephen Kulandai Samy

Administrator

I.T.I. BBA

2 years

1 years

1999

4

Cl. Paulraj  Sundaram

Practical Trainee

DPT, Dip. Computer Eng.

-

1 year

2003

5

Cl. Monish Varhese

Student

B.Com

-

1 year

2003

6

Cl.Selvakumar

Student

B.A

-

1 year

2003

7

Cl. Ananda Michael Rex

Student

B.A

-

2 years

2004

8

Cl. Aroneraj Susainathan

Student

B.Com

-

2 years

2005

The Staff Detail:

S.
No

Name
Desig
nation

Qualification and Exp.

Years of
Exp. Total

Present Post / No. of. Years

Temporary / Permanent

Sale Salary / Consolidated pay

1

Miss. M. Rajeswari

Electronics

D.E.C.E

4

Instructor-4

Permanent

Sale Salary

2

Mrs. A. Kayalvizhi

Instrument Mech.

D.E.I.E

4

Instructor-4

Permanent

Sale Salary

3

Mr. P.S John Nedunchelian

Electrician

D.E.E.E

14

Instructor-14

Permanent

Sale Salary

4

Mr. S. Mugundan

A/C

DME

9

Instructor-9

Permanent

Sale Salary

5

Mr. A. Arul Dhas

MMV

DME

9

Instructor-9

Permanent

Sale Salary

6

Mr. T. Saravanan

IM

DEEE

14

Instructor-5

Permanent

Sale Salary

7

Mr. M. Alocius Stephen

Fitter

CTI, MA

20

Instructor-20

Permanent

Sale Salary

8

Mr. R. Rajesh Kanna

A/C

ITI, DME

12

Instructor-9

Permanent

Sale Salary

9

Mr. S. Joseph

Electrician

CTI, DEEE

20

Instructor-20

Permanent

Sale Salary

10

Mrs. Stella Mary

Electronics

D.E.C.E

7

Instructor-7

Permanent

Sale Salary

11

Mr. K.J Johnson

Fitter

CTI

20

Instructor-18

Permanent

Sale Salary

12

Mr. Saravana Kumar

A/C Non-Formal

ITI

6

Instructor-6

Permanent

Sale Salary

13

Mr. T. Saravanan

IM

CTI

5

Instructor-5

Permanent

Sale Salary

14

Mr. Arockia Doss

MMV

CTI

8

Instructor-2

Permanent

Sale Salary

15

Mr. T. Kutralampillai

Workshop Calculation

CTI

25

Instructor-5

Temporary

Consolidated pay

16

Mr. S. Benedict Jayaseelan

MMV

CTI

3

Instructor-1

Temporary

Consolidated pay

17

Mr. J. Antony Victor

Computer

DCSE

2

Instructor-1

Temporary

Consolidated pay

18

Mr. S. Stephen

Clerk

B. Sc

1

Instructor-1

Temporary

Consolidated pay

19

Mr.J. Lawrence

Store Keeper

ITI, B. Com

6

Store Incharge-4

Permanent

Sale Salary

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Project detail:

S.
No

Name of the Project
Name of the Area covered

Funded by Govt., Foreign, Province

Year of Implementation

1

Program Project

I.T.I.

Foreign

2005-09