SMART & DB TECH
Our efforts gain momentum in joint venture, with the Government, The Department of Education, Corporate Companies, NGOs, Religious Institutions, Educational Institutions and other sectors that are socially oriented in reaching out to our Target Group.
Career Guidance programs are undertaken to help students of STDs X & XII to choose a field of study that is in tune with their innate aptitude and skill inculcating their career choice and job expectations. With the right career guidance provided by our expert counsellors, most of the students ultimately choose the right career path that matches their personality and skills set. This career guidance programme makes them perform to the best of their potential, ultimately helping them succeed in their professional life.
The Bosco Employability Skills Training Programme is designed to help the marginalized youth mostly 1st generation graduates hailing from downtrodden family backgrounds to achieve a career in mainstream society. We do this by focusing on all round development by making them job ready through 3 streams of development: Personal Skills, Social Skills & Employability Skills. The culmination of this initiative is providing them with an opportunity to attend interviews through job fairs conducted by us at the end of the training course.
The job seekers who have registered with us are updated frequently with the client requirement until they get placed in good organization. Before they attend direct interview at the client place, they are given training through orientation programme.
DBV and Tech Mahindra Foundation (TMF) came together to briskly start SMART (Skills for Market Training ) and SMART T (Technical) Centers which offers three/six months free vocational training for the under privileged candidates.
Don Bosco TECH Society Market-based approach that is sensitive to the socio-economic needs of marginalized youth in the 18-35 years age group. Don Bosco Tech has set up a network of 300+ skill training centres across India that attempts to bridge this widening divide between those who have access to opportunities and those who are increasingly being marginalized from the ‘new economy’ jobs. A network of 330+ skill training centres, Don Bosco Tech is arguably the largest spread across 28 states of India.
Students from STD IX to XII: Career guidance will be provided to these Students to choose a career according to their attitude, aptitude and talents. (Career Counselling & Career Fair Programs) Unskilled & Skilled Youth: Vocational training will be imparted to help increase their employability. (Short term courses technical/non-technical) Rural/Urban Graduates: Training inputs will be imparted to prepare them for employment. (Bosco Employability Skills Training, Job orientation & Personality development programs, Job Readiness (Quest) and Job Fairs) Parents & Teachers: To create awareness on the necessity of positive parenting and how to help a child choose a career based on their skills and aptitude. (Psychology, Class room management, Relationship)