Monday, February 28, 2011


Patrick Corda
BORIVLI, FEBRUARY 28, 2011: Three months ago, hundred students from the tribal village of Jawahar Whada, Nashik and Amravati were welcomed for training by Don Bosco Training Institute. The training program by MoRD and BASE was for the Below Poverty Line Youth in Hotel Management, Automobile and Welding.
Around eighty three students who successfully completed their three months training were felicitated with a certificate on February 26, 2011. This day will always be remembered by these students who came into the Institute as caterpillars and now turned into beautiful butterflies ready to explore in the cooperate world. The function started at 3.00 pm with the welcoming of the Chief Guests Mr. Bernard D’souza Executive Assistant Manager (F&B) The Club, Mr. Shashi Misra HR Manager The Club, Mr. Baburao Ghorpade CDO (BMC), Mrs. Verma (Social Worker), and Fr. Anthony Santarita Director Don Bosco Technical Training Institute.
Fr. Anthony Santrita thanked all those who were supporting this project and wished the students success in their journey of life. Mr. Bernard D’Souza expressed his gratitude and thanked the Institute for all the support that The Club received from November to February where students of Don Bosco Technical Training Institute helped for banquet functions. One student from each domain shared their experience. A Lavani dance was performed by a student, which was very entertaining.
The students were then presented with the certificates. Apart from their domain training students also received pan cards, driving license, gymnasium (special trainer), picnic, Christmas/New Year party, Bosco Nite, sports day, exhibition, and music class. Dayanand Patil, Coordinator Development Office, thanked the trainers Sachin Pyati, Sanjay Mehta, Raju Jaiswal, Premnath Shinde and Patrick Corda for the success of the second MoRD Batch.

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