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Our Founder

“DA MIHI ANIMAS CAETERA TOLLE” ST. JOHN BOSCO

John Bosco was born at Castelnuovo d’Asti on 16 August 1815, of a family of peasant farmers. His father, Francis Bosco, died when John was just two, and Margaret Occhiena found herself bringing up Anthony, Joseph and John alone. With firm kindness and unbounded faith Margaret, wise educator that she was, made her family into a domestic church.

Who are we?

Back in 1999 Don Bosco Technical & Youth Center Lahore was founded as a private technical institute. Practicing excellence in Technical education and formal education, learning and a close partnership with industry, its commitment and hard work earned a well-reputed

place in the aspects of technical and formal studies.

MISSION

Our mission is to provide quality education through formal, non-formal education and create professional opportunities for the youth of Pakistan through skills development so that they can become respected citizens of country and can live with dignity.

VISION

Enter to learn, leave to serve.

HOW WE IMPACT

Don Bosco Educational Society provides a variety of vocational training programs as per the community needs and industrial / corporate requirements to address the issue of unemployment among youth along with this through Don Bosco Education project we are also providing quality education at low cost to the marginalized communities in Pakistan.

Don Bosco Technical and Youth Centre Lahore Pakistan offers world-class, affordable technical education for the […]

Don Bosco Technical & Youth Centre, celebrated the Solemnity of Mary Help of Christians together […]

Lahore, Pakistan “I will die but I will not let you go in,” these were […]

Congratulations His Excellency Bishop Khalid Rehmat OFM Cap. (Bishop of Quetta, Apostolic Vicar, Apostolic Vicariate […]

Admission Open

The New Don Bosco High School offers world-class, affordable education for Christian community and other […]

Third RPL Program

RPL Program (Recognition of Prior Learning) National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) has launched […]

VIRTUAL TOUR

COVID-19, HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

The outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic severely affected the global and Pakistani economies. Major victims of this outbreak were daily wages laborers and lower-middle-class families. Strict lockdowns at different levels really affected badly to their economic conditions and made them more vulnerable and marginalized. Don Bosco Educational Society and Salesians in Pakistan supported more than 2000 families so far with food packages across Pakistan. The said support was provided without any distinction on the basis of religion, caste, gender, or denomination.

Success Stories

ILYAS MUSHTAQ

Don Bosco Technical and Youth Center is proud to have Ilyas Mushtaq. He is working with us as a Technical Director and Principal of vocational training programs.

There are very limited professions where women can work openly. But now the trend is changing, our Government is supporting and providing equal opportunities to

Don Bosco Technical Centre has helped many young needy people to build a good career and life. Nelson Suleman from Lahore, Pakistan is one of them who belonged to a poor family,

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Registered with Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA)

Affiliated with Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA)

Accredited with National Vocational & Technical Commission (NAVTTC)

Don Bosco Technical & Youth Centre is member of Don Bosco Green Alliance

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