Rector's Message

Don Bosco (1815-1888) as an educator and a motivator of youth was a genius and a large-hearted person of the 19th century. Although born in a poor family, he made best use of all the opportunities he got to study and train himself in various skills. It was his large-heartedness towards the welfare of youth that stirred him to pioneer varied skill training to the unskilled, unemployed, migrant and the marginalized youth of his life time. This motive and objective is carried on by his followers all over the globe and thus speeding up the development and ushering in a transformation of the respective societies.

 This objective of Salesian Congregation (The Society founded by Don Bosco) was materialized in the Kathmandu valley in 2001 with the setting up of a Technical Institute at Thecho, Lalitpur district. The young people who get skilled here, irrespective of duration of the courses, return to their settings well equipped with a specific skill for career and a well formed character for their future.

 This institution has great scope and acts as a catalyst in contributing to the economic and social growth of the country. Young adults will indeed find this Institute a launching pad for their career and future.

Fr. Augusty Pulickal SDB



Director's Message

Dear Friends, 

Don Bosco Institute, Thecho with its motto “Forming Innovative Engineers for Tomorrow” aims at imparting quality technical education to its beneficiaries. This Institute  is part of the world wide Don Bosco Institutions and is affiliated to Council for Technical Education & vocational training, Nepal.

Education, especially Technical  Education is not just attaining a degree but should prepare one to be good and innovative engineers  who contribute to our nation building.

Don Bosco Institute, Thecho spares no effort in imparting quality education to the students keeping in mind the mission of the Institute "To equip the young with skills along with human formation to enable them to enter industry as skilled people who contribute to the nation building.” this process is achieved  through quality education, learning skills, personality development classes, self-discipline, industrial exposure, social involvement and other such programmes. My wish and prayer is that all the students on the campus may realize the importance of this and may respond positively to ensure a bright future for them and may contribute their share to build up a better society and a great nation.

Yours sincerely, 

Fr. KK Noble 



Principle's Message

Dear Friends, 

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to Don Bosco institute of Engineering & Technology Thecho, Lalitpur Nepal, run by Nepal Don Bosco Society. Don Bosco, an international organization has a long-standing reputation in providing professional education to the youth all across the world. St. John Bosco, a Catholic Priest dedicated his entire life for the young people, helping them to build their lives by his dedicated service.  He began a value-based pedagogical method called “Preventive System” which in essence help young to a holistic development (physical, psychical, moral, spiritual and professional). His work continues to live on in all our Don Bosco Institutes where people of every religions, ethnic groups and cultures are welcomed. We continue the mission of Don Bosco in our institutes through quality education, our daily interactions with our students and our constant guidance in line with the educational method of St. John Bosco.

In our institute we seek to prepare our young students with the very best for their life and also instill in them a passion for learning and innovative skills which will in turn lead to greater knowledge and understanding required for a positive contribution to the society.

May the journey you begin in this campus be a great step to the culture of learning and innovative engineering skills through exciting activities taking place throughout the year in our campus.

I look forward to welcoming you all to Don Bosco institute.



Purno Kumar Dongal

Don Bosco institute