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Don Bosco Boys Home

Director's Message

Don Bosco Boys' Home is an institution run for the orphans and the semi-orphans by the Salesians of Don Bosco since 2005. Since then, we have catered to the overall development of more than 100 young people who are doing wonderfully well in life now. In the ambience of love and care we form our boys to face life with all its realities making them equal to the privileged peer groups in the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions. However, the institution depends on the generous support extended by the people, hence I request that all good minded people to join hands with us and work together for the noble cause.

Success Stories

“ Gladston joined Don Bosco Boys' Home in 2006 in Class VII. He hails from a poor family from the neighbouring town called Karunagappally. His father can't go for work as he is paralyzed and bed ridden. His mother used to work in a nursery school from where she used to get a meagre income which was not sufficient to treat her husband and look after the family. He had completed his SSLC from here in 2010.He had scored A+ (5), A (3) and B (2). "After joining Don Bosco Boys' Home there was a remarkable improvement in my studies. When I was at home it was not possible for me to study well. But this institution offered me a disciplined way of life. I liked the time table, games and everything in this house. Now after leaving this house I joined Don Bosco Monvila and I have written my Plus Two Exams. ”

- Gladston

“ Andrew joined Don Bosco Boys' Home while he was in Class V. His father had abandoned the family. His mother had passed away 8 years ago. He is looked after by his uncle. He has no house of his own. He came here to have an ambience for studies. He finished his SSLC Exams with flying colours in 2010. Then he joined Don Bosco Monvila and has written Plus Two Exams this year. He has scored 59% in his Plus One Exams. ”

- Andrew

“ Joycy joined Don Bosco Boys' home while he was in class V. His father had deserted the family. His mother is sickly and he is the only son. His mother, being sickly, finds difficult to look after her son. That's how he landed up in Don Bosco Boys' Home. He passed out of this institution in 2010 securing good result. He too joined Don Bosco Monvila for his Plus Two. He scored 77% in his Plus One Exams. "Since I joined Don Bosco Boys' Home I could study well. I got a lot of friends. Now I am able to stand in front of the public and speak. I am really grateful to Don Bosco. ”

- Joycy