Don Bosco Technical Training InstitueBosco Boys Home started as a non formal technical school catering to the needs of school dropouts economically marginalized and orphans who had no opportunities any trade. The origins of BBH actually started in Don Bosco Boarding hall. Br. Rocha began this work with a simple trade like book binding. Later on this work was shifted entirely to its present location. As years went by new trades were added and some of them discontinued according the market demands and job opportunities. The policy of the institute has remained the same over the years. The institute offers training only for students who are above 15 and below 24 years of age. They have to be below 10th std and economically poor. It is residential facility available for students from any part of the country irrespective of caste and creed. There has been always equal number of Catholics and non-Catholics admitted. The boarding can accommodate approximately 100 students. At the moment there are four trades viz. motor mechanics, A/C Refrigeration, Electricians and Two Wheelers. This year June 2010 we have more than 100 students undergoing technical trades in various trades. Plumbing, Computers, Life skills and English language are also taught. Practically all the students are absorbed by the service industry. A few are self employed. BBH is perhaps the only residential technical school offering non-formal courses.
Another landmark in the BOSCO BOYS HOME was created when we began the hospitality courses in the year 2009. The hospitality course comprises of four disciplines viz. House Keeping, Restaurant Service, Bakery and Food Production. This department was funded by a multinational company called “ACCENTURE”. Hotel Taj International is helping us as knowledge partner and to provide internship placement.