Welcome to Don Bosco Arts & Science College ( DBCM) , Mampetta

Don Bosco Arts & Science College ( DBCM), Mampetta, is a minority institution affiliated to the university of Calicut. It is managed and run by Salesians of Don Bosco, which is an International organization. The college provides educational excellence through a holistic educational environment for learning and the advancement of knowledge to meet the global changes and challenges in educational, social, economic, and cultural scenario . The campus is committed to provide a sound moral and spiritual base that promotes responsibility, honesty, integrity and respect for rights and opinions of others. Over the years, Don Bosco system of education has evolved programs and events that promote social demeanor that is civil, courteous, respectful and discourage attitudes and behaviors that are anti-social. It is the goal of the Institute to provide situations and opportunities that promote mutual respect and concern, accountability and probity, transparency and equality. The campus sincerely strive to create an ambience that fosters teaching and learning positive and delightful.

Don Bosco

St. John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco (1815 -1888) is one of the greatest educationists the world has ever seen. He worked tirelessly for the overall welfare of youth. “It is enough that you are young for me to love you”, was his affectionate invitation to the young. Being a visionary, he was far ahead of his times. He evolved a system of education known as the Preventive System where the principles of Reason, Religion and Loving Kindness are the basis of the formation and growth of the young.

Don Bosco Society

The Salesians of Don Bosco, formally known as the Society of St Francis of Sales, is recognized in the Church as a clerical religious institute of Pontifical right. ”dedicated to apostolic works”. It is a Religious Congregation of men devoted to apostolic and missionary activities and to the many different works inspired by Christian charity,for the service of young people, in particular those who are poorer and disadvantaged. It is The origins of the society can be traced back to a surprise encounter DonBosco had with a frightened street urchin in a church sacristy on 8 December 1841. Today, the society has over 16000 members working in 132countries. Through a global network of educational and social service organizations which include 14 universities, 62 institutions of higher education and thousands of schools and social development centers, it cares for the less privileged and marginalized sections of society. Due to its reach and expertise in the field of education, and social network, the Society enjoys consultancy status at the United Nations.

Don Bosco Society in India

In India, the Salesians of Don Bosco began their works in 1906, with a small trade school and hostel for the poor children at Thanjavoor, Tamil Nadu. The Society today has over 2500 members (Fathers and Brothers). rendering their service for the enhancement of the youth of the country. Its services are offered through Don Bosco University, 28 colleges, which include 2 engineering colleges, over 100 technical schools, and a large network of high schools and scores of non-formal technical and agricultural centers, spread across the country, covering the entire spectrum of social development. With the establishment of Don Bosco University in Guwahati (Assam) in March 2008, Salesians of Don Bosco have taken a giant step forward is the higher education arena. The society is also involved in literacy centers, shelters for street children and rehabilitation and relief operations. The Government of India has recognized the Salesians of Don Bosco as the largest non-governmental provider of technical education in the country