Admission Procedure

• Prospectus/Application Form can be obtained from the Institute on Payment of the required fee. Or application form can also be downloaded free from the website of the Institute. • The candidate must fill in the application form with the utmost accuracy. The signing of this form will constitute an agreement on the part of the parents / guardian and the candidate to abide by the rules and regulations of the Institute as laid down in the Prospectus. • Filled in Application Form should be submitted to the Institute before the last date specified for the given session. The Institute is not responsible for any postal delay. • Students need not send/submit their original certificates. The following self attested documents are to be enclosed along with the filled-in application form. a. SSLC/HSC to prove date of birth. b. Copy of the certificate of last academic qualification. c. Two additional Passport size photographs • The filled-in application along with the required documents and fees should be sent by Registered Post/Speed Post/Courier to :- Admission Don Bosco Technical Institute, Okhla Road, Jamianagar P.O, New Delhi -25 Ph. 011-26847207 • There is an aptitude test, counseling and interview, for admission for the formal training courses. • Admission to Advance to Mechanical Courses is direct. The fresh batch of each course starts on 1st of every month, if he/she fulfills the basic eligibility criteria. • In matters of admission the decision of principal is final

Documents required at the time of admission:

1. Birth Certificate.
2. School Leaving Certificate.
3. Character Certificate.
4. 10 / 10+2 Mark Sheets.
5. Proof of Residence.
6. Introduction letter from your Parents and Guardian/Parish Priest/Sponsor.
7. Two passport size photographs.

Important Dates

Issue of Forms – 2nd May – 10th June
Last date for the submission of forms - 15th June
Admission test, counseling & interview – 1st -15th July
Admission – 1st -25th July
Commencement of session – 1st August

Statement of Marks

Statement of Marks is issued at the end of every semester to the students giving details of marks obtained in the periodical assignments and term end examinations. The Statement of Marks of a particular Semester may be withheld in the event of non clearance of tuition fees.

Certificate of Completion

completed courses/subjects is awarded to the trainee who has 90% attendance and has secured minimum of 50% marks in Theory and 60% of marks in Practical. The certificates and diplomas will be given free of charge. If taken within a month of withdrawal/completion of training or declaration of Board results. Otherwise Rs. 200 per year will be charged.

Evaluation / Grading System

The evaluation system is based on two components:
• Daily performance evaluation and periodic assignments; practical in the labs and unit test carry a weightage of 50%.
• Term end examinations both Practical and Theory with a weightage of 50%.
• 50% minimum marks for a pass for Theory and 60% for Practical tests in each paper.

Periodical Reports are sent to the parents/guardian in order to inform them of the progress of the trainee. These reports must be signed by the parent/guardian and returned to the Institute authorities. PTM is held after the first and third Assessments.


To keep up our vision and motto of supporting under privileged trainees seeking a better standard of life, the Institute tries to subsidize the training fees to the extent possible without compromising with quality services. Fees do not cover the Training Costs. They are heavily subsidized by the institute. 

• Fees as per Fee Schedule should be sent by way of A/C payee, Bank draft drawn in favour of “DON BOSCO TECHNICAL INSTITUTE,” payable at NEW DELHI, should invariably be sent through registered post/ Courier/Speed Post. Cash can only be deposited personally at office during working hours.

• Fees are to be paid in advance before 18th of each quarter. Defaulters will be charged late fee at the rate of 10% per month with cumulative effect.

• Trainees whose fees are overdue may be barred from attending training.

• The Institute reserves the right to increase the fees at any time of the year, if the increment is deemed necessary.

• Fees once paid by the admitted students shall neither be returned nor adjusted against any other programme of DBTI.

General Rules of Discipline

Trainees who in the first five months of training lack a minimum of 90% attendance and/or do not show sufficient practical aptitude may be asked to leave. Special attention is given to ensure a high standard of morality and discipline in the Institute. Parents and guardians are requested to collaborate in this with the Institute authorities by insisting on their regular attendance, punctuality and diligence in their work. They will also co-operate further by enquiring about the progress of their wards and be present for meetings held for the same.

Irregular attendance, prolonged absence (ten working days) without leave, ill health, stealing, disobedience, arrogance, disrespect towards members of the staff, bad conduct in or outside the Institute, bad moral influence or habitual unsatisfactory work will justify dismissal at any time by the authorities. In such matters the Principal’s decision is final.

Trainees are expected to take part in all activities of the Institute.

The official language in the Institute premises is English so as to foster a spirit of brotherhood and enable trainees to mix freely with each other irrespective of language or customs.

Each one is responsible for the tools and instruments issued to him/her for use in the workshop/Lab. Any loss or damage to tools or machines or property must be made good by the one concerned.

Regularity record

After an absence from the Institute the Trainee must bring the reason for absence written in the Institute’s calendar duly signed by the parent/guardian. No absentee or late comer should enter the class without the written permission of the Principal. Trainees who do not have at least 85% annual attendance, may be barred from appearing in the final Assessment and hence from Promotion.


Mechanical and Printing Labs: Light blue short sleeve Shirt and Grey Trousers, Blue Apron with Black Shoes and Socks.

Computer Labs and Class Room: Light blue short sleeve Shirt and Grey Trousers, with Black Shoes and Socks.

Uniform is provided by the Institute. Every Traine 


There are limited hostel facilities for Catholic Boys from outside Delhi. Application form can be collected from the office.