Skilling India - Bridging digital, social and economic divide in India by significantly contributing to the development of the marginalised youth by enhancing the employability and life management skills.
Don Bosco Tech, also known as DB Tech, is a network of more than 330 skill training centres attempts to bridge the widening digital, financial and social divide between those who have access to opportunities and those who are increasingly being marginalized from the ‘new economy’ jobs. Set up in 2006 by the Salesians of Don Bosco, DB Tech addresses the issues of unemployment and lack of skilled manpower with a market-based approach that is sensitive to the socio-economic needs of underprivileged youth in the 18-35 years’ age group. DB Tech offers employment-linked, market-driven vocational courses of short duration to the economically and socially deprived youth. DB Tech provides different types of formal, non-formal and short term technical and vocational training through its institutions spreader all over the country. It is a system for youngsters who drop out of the school to learn a trade to re-enter the formal vocational school system to upgrade their skills, either on part-time or full-time basis. These institutions have been imparting specialized skills and knowledge, instilling social and behaviour patterns for successful economic activities by people engaged in dependent employment, self-employment.
Don Bosco Tech imparts comprehensive and quality skill training to its trainees that further empower them for an entry level opportunity which is paving way to a new lease of life. A total of 264, 986 youngsters trained in various market driven formal and non-formal courses and approximately 70 per cent of them placed in the renowned organisations. To maintain the track record of Don Bosco for providing pool of quality manpower required by industry, Don Bosco Tech becomes a preferred organization for 118 leading companies who always look forward to employ candidates from Don Bosco Tech for their different facilities.