Inspired by the benign and noble teachings of Lord Jesus Christ who declared of himself
I am the Way, the Truth and the Lifeand guided by the moral and educational philosophy of St.John Bosco, Don Bosco Yadgiri, envisions a positive change in the educational scenario of the region through our involvement in the B.Ed. College, P.U. College, the School, the Hostel and the villages by making the beneficiaries well integrated, academically competent, morally strong, artistically accomplished, physically fit, socially concerned persons, who become agents of social transformation. Our involvement in the neighbouring villages and our Parish Ministry aims at empowering the people especially the underprivileged through evangelization and education.
Don Bosco P.U. College Yadgiri! – A sprawling campus, sylvan environs, state of – the-art- infrastructure, imposing structures against the backdrop of Yadgir fort hills, a welcoming Salesian Community, well –trained, experienced and committed staff, quality education unrivalled by any- these are but just a few of the attractions of this great educational edifice in the heart of the Yadgiri town, the headquarters of the newest of Karnataka’s districts.
Don Bosco based his system of education on the three great principles of Reasons, Religion and Kindness. He looked after the youth as a caring father and dedicated himself totally to their welfare. He did not visualise education in isolation from the needs of the community. Vocational guidance, training and job placement were integral to his scheme of things
Don Bosco P.U College is an educational institution of the Catholic Church belonging to the global Don Bosco Educational Society.
Don Bosco Society is present in over 132 countries, including India and its neighbourhood – Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and China. In India the society runs 23 colleges, including Don Bosco College of Education at Yadagiri
The college is named after St.John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco, the founder of the religious and educational order ‘Salesians of Don Bosco’. Don Bosco was born in 1815, of a very poor family, near Turin in Italy. By dint of hard work and heroic sacrifices he became a priest in 1841. He dedicated himself to the service of poor youth, offering them food, shelter and education. He opened for them schools, technical schools, hostels and chapels. He founded a society of collaborators and extended his work to all Europe and eventually to all continents. Don Bosco died on January 31, 1888 and was declared a saint on April 1, 1934.
Don Bosco based his system of education on the Three Great Principles of Reason, Religion and Kindness. He looked after the youth as a caring father and dedicated himself totally to their welfare. He did not visualize education in isolation from the needs of the community. Vocational guidance, training and job placement were integral to his scheme of Education.
Don Bosco Society, also known as ‘The Salesians of Don Bosco’, is a Religious Order of the Catholic Church. The Society has over 32,000 members working in 132 countries. Through a global network of educational and social service organizations which include 15 universities, 58 institutions of higher education and thousands of schools and social development centres, it cares for the less privileged and marginalized sections of the society. It currently caters to over fifteen million young people the world over. The Society enjoys consultancy status at the United Nations because of its rich and expertise in the field of education, the Society enjoys consultancy status at the United Nations.
In India, the Salesians of Don Bosco began their operations way back in 1906 from a small beginning with a trade school and a hostel for poor children at Thanjavoor, Tamil Nadu. The Society today has over 5000 members (Fathers, Sisters and Brothers). Its services are offered through 31 colleges, over 100 technical schools, and a large network of high schools and scores of non-formal technical and agricultural training centres, spread across the country, covering the entire spectrum of social development. The Society also runs literacy centres, shelters for the street children and rehabilitation and relief operations.
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Application forms are made available for purchase in the College Office. Students who desire to apply for a seat in the Two-Year PUC must purchase the application form and the prospectus which contains all the instructional details about the course and procedure of admission.
Provisionally selected candidates are not entitled to admission. Actual admissions are made by the principal after personal interview for which both the parents with the candidates must be present.Those who are called for the interview should bring along with them –
Original documents have to be submitted to the office when the documents are received from the Board. Please keep ready few Xerox copies of the original documents. The admitted students should pay the fees immediately, failing which, they will lose their admission. Selected candidates who do pay the fees or after paying the fees do not attend classes for five consecutive days without intimation, will forfeit their seats.
Students once admitted to College are encouraged to imbibe the spirit of Don Bosco PU College and to aim at attaining the benefits of good education. The College places a heavy responsibility on the parents to familiarize themselves with the Mission and objectives and the code of conduct laid down by the College and play their role effectively in guiding their ward to follow the rules and regulations of the College not only to the letter but in the spirit behind these regulations.
The individual student is a representative of College standards in matters of dress and deportment. With regard to dress, norms of simplicity, modesty and propriety are kept in mind.
Dress code must be strictly followed while in the college campus. Students should wear the college uniform on working days. Personal appearance is an important aspect of communicating professionalism, particularly for a student. A professional appearance helps to develop self – confidence and promote an environment of mutual respect and dignity. To achieve these objectives, a special dress code is prescribed by the college. Students are to come to the college neatly and decently dressed. College uniform must be worn on all days except on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Attendance is compulsory. Every student is required to attend minimum 80% of lectures delivered in each course. Attendance will be taken for each lecture. Any absence should be with prior sanctioned leave. In case of any emergency such as sickness, bereavement, etc., the student or guardian should inform the office of the Principal promptly. Students should also produce a medical certificate in case of absence due to illness.
Irregularity in attendance for classes, tests and examinations, lack of co-operation in disciplinary matters and failure of parents to assume responsibilities made known by the College are areas that the College is particularly strict about and those found indulging in the same could be denied permission to answer the final examination.
Education in Don Bosco Pre-University College is a joint Endeavour of the Management, Staff, Parents, Guardian and Students and our basic objective is the overall development of the student, keeping in mind his/her role as an individual, a member of a family, a citizen of the country, a social and most importantly a human being.
Parents will please note that a student is admitted to the College for one year only. He/She will be re-admitted only if the College authorities are satisfied by the student’s response and that of the parents.
Students can avail of all the scholarships available from the government through the college.
Hostel facility is available for boys & girls in the college campus. The Girls’ hostel is named Mamma Margaret Girls for girls and run and managed by MSMHC Sisters. The boys’ hostel is named Savio Bhavan Boys’ Home – Don Bosco Hostel for Boys.
The applicants must have passed the Karnataka SSLC examination or any other equivalent examination recognized by the Department of Pre- University Education, Karnataka and satisfies all other conditions set by the P.U.E Board.
Foreign nationals and NRI students who have passed class X or equivalent examinations abroad must obtain eligibility certificate from the commissioner, department of Pre-University Education Karnataka, before seeking admission.
Application for admission to the College must be in the prescribed form available in the College office.All the admissions are subject to the approval of Department of Pre- University Education, Karnataka
Applicants from outside India (Gulf and other countries) have to compulsorily produce the Eligibility Certificate from the Pre-University Board without which their admission will not be approved by the PU Board.
Applicants from within India (other than Karnataka State Syllabus, SSLC) should pay, Rs.600/- as eligibility fee at the College Office and need not produce the Eligibility Certificate.
SPORTS : Students who have represented the State or the Country in Sports & Games will have special preference for seats during admission.
SH 51, Yadgir K Rural, Karnataka 585201