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    Welcome to Don Bosco College!

    DON BOSCO COLLEGE, Yelagiri Hills (DBCY) is a higher educational institution, managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) of Chennai Province. It is affiliated to Thiruvalluvar University as an Arts and Science College. The college has over Sixteen years of experience in innovative educational pedagogy and industrial expertise specifically in computer education. The core values of the college are: Primacy for God in Life, Integral Formation, Commitment to Nation-building and Quality Service. Don Bosco College is a state-of-the-art and preferred institution for residential education on a hill environment. Read More »

    Featured Articles

    • 3rd College Day: “Day of Reaping Fruits"
      College Day, Student PerformancesYELAGIRI HILLS, February. 14, 2015: Don Bosco educative community at Don Bosco College assembled for the third-college-day on February 14, 2015 in Arivagam for a “memorable and relaxing annual day celebration” through presentations of college annual report, cultural events and messages from guests of the day.

      The chief-guest of the day was Fr. Alphonse Manickam SJ (Principal, Loyola College, Vettavalam) (‘scholar and accomplished administrative person’ – an experienced person in the field of higher learning, R&D, former member of NAAC assessor having credentials in various academic bodies’)..."FULL ARTICLE

    • Annual Debate on “Social Media”
      Student DebatersYELAGIRI HILLS, February. 17, 2015:The Media Forum (Youth Group) organized its annual debate on the topic, “Social Media” on February 17, 2015, afternoon in Don Bosco College, Yelagiri Hills to cognize the students on the issues of Social Media through the debate motion: “Is Social Media - Boon or Bane?”

      The chief guest and moderator of the day was Mr. Sunny Natarajan, the Controller of Exams, DBCAD, Chennai, “a friend and guide to us all today..."FULL ARTICLE

    • BICS Alumni Meet’15: “Be Connected”
      YELAGIRI HILLS, January. 25, 2015:  BICS Alumni Federation convened annual General Body Meeting on January 25, 2015 in Don Bosco Center, Yelagiri Hills to remember and pay tribute the founder of Don Bosco Center, Fr. Francis Guézou through interface between management and alumni; and plan for alumni actions.

      Members can visit BICS Alumni Website at: and interface connect online with “BICS InfoTech” (Facebook Account).FULL ARTICLE

    • College Farewell Day: “Nothing can Separate Us…!”
      YELAGIRI HILLS, March. 12, 2015: Third-year students (Batch ‘B12’) celebrated their “Farewell Day” March 12, 2015 in Don Bosco College, Yelagiri Hills to express gratitude to their alma mater through a ‘noon-time get-together and sharing’ with management and staff.
      The Farewell Day theme was: “Nothing can Separate us…” and the message for the day said: Goodbyes are not forever, Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean, ‘I’ll miss you, until we meet again. Management, teachers and support staff members along with the ‘entire third-year students’ were seen sitting in single circle on a red coir mats. The atmosphere was ‘most alive and welcoming’ for the afternoon.FULL ARTICLE
    • COMBO’15! Commerce Fest at DBC Yelagiri
      Combo'15 - Commerce FestYELAGIRI HILLS, February. 20, 2015: Department of Commerce and Management Studies celebrated first-ever inter-collegiate Commerce Event – COMBO’15 on February 20, 2015 at Don Bosco College, Yelagiri Hills to aid students in organizing student-level program, explore commerce topics and interface with students from other colleges by conducting various commerce-related competitions.

      COMBO’15 is a state-level, inter-collegiate competitive program by Commerce Association at Don Bosco College, Yelagiri Hills. The motto of COMBO’15 states, “To Make Ends Meet…” The event package features students-competition namely, Paper Presentation, Quiz, Ad-ZAP (on Cosmetics and Slogan), MIME (acts of awareness related to commerce issues), Pros and Cons, Mock Interview (for post on General Manager) and Stress Interview.FULL ARTICLE

    • CSR 2016 - Summer Training Programs
      Computing Skills for Religious (CSR) is a one-week summer course is for novice in IT and IT related products and services. It is open for all. The topics covered under one-week crash course are Windows OS, MS Office, Graphics Editing, Internet Basics (Email, Chat Services, Social Networking, Blogs, Skype, Online Shopping, Search Engines, Google Applications, Software for Administrator and Management. The training program enables a beginner to get basic knowledge in computing skills and introduce them into using software applications for personal and professional purposes.
      Request Application: Please send your request to or call us (04179) 245239, 295443 (office time only)FULL ARTICLE
    • DBC-Yelagiri wins in COMMITS’15
      YELAGIRI HILLS, February. 16, 2015: Students from Don Bosco College - Yelagiri Hills won prizes in COMMITS’15, an inter-collegiate competition on February 16, 2015 held by Sacred Heart College, Tirupattur (Vellore District) as part of Commerce Association activities through participation in various competitive programs.
      COMMITS’15, a state-level inter-collegiate competition organized by Sacred Heart College – Tirupattur features the competitive events: Best Manager, Product Launch, Media Quiz, Paper Presentation and Extend Your Sixth Sense.FULL ARTICLE
    • Inter-Collegiate Workshop: “Drama and Theatre Techniques”
      YELAGIRI HILLS, March. 02-03, 2015: The Department of English and Communications held inter-collegiate workshop on “the Drama and Theatre Techniques” for two-days from March 02 to March 03, 2015 in Don Bosco College, Yelagiri Hills to approach literature through drama by exposing various techniques involved in drama and theatre.
      Inter-Collegiate Workshop: Drama and Techniques The resource persons for the workshop were Dorothy Catherine V., (Drama Club Convener) and Karthiga S.V. both from Asst. Professors (Department of English) and Drama Club of Dr. NGP College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore. Workshop describing its purpose, stated: “Drama, a fascinating genre to express our thoughts and ideas for a live audience is not everyone’s cup of tea. But for those who are interested to explore the enchanting world of literature using drama as a tool, there are many setbacks and obstacles especially in the means of acting and theatre managing.”FULL ARTICLE
    • Principal's Message: "Miniature Indian Educative Community"
      (On the Vocation of Third College Day - February 14, 2015)
      college-day-featured-article-2015 "As we have gathered here to celebrate the Third College Day as a miniature Indian educative community, let us be proud that our country is entering a golden age for higher education. Many progressive steps taken in 12th, 13th and 14th Five Year Plans are bearing fruit. The country is emerging to be a role model for high-quality affordable educational systems. India is the single largest provider of global talent, with one in four graduates in the world being a product of the Indian system..."FULL ARTICLE
    • Rector's Message: "Quality Higher Education is a Rare Commodity!"
      (Message on the vocation of College Day,2014 from Fr. Stanislaus Swamikannu SDB, Rector)
      Fr. Stanislaus Swamikannu SDB"Cordial greetings from Rome as you celebrate our College Day! I am with you in spirit to thank God for this wonderful year and to thank so many people who have been so good generous to make the year an enriching one for all. A special word of thanks to the Principal, Fr. Thaddeus, for his hard work, despite his ill health and other serious commitments to bring up the standard of the college in every way. To Fr. Augustine Kariamadam for his fatherly presence and for the interest with which he follows every event of the college. To the Vice-Principal for taking the giant share of the organization part of the college activities. To the Administrator for his silent work to see to the material needs of the college. To the sisters for their presence and seeing to the well-being of the students. To the teaching and non-teaching staff a big thank you! Without your hard and self-sacrificing work, we would not have secured such good results in the last semester..."FULL ARTICLE