DBIT will be known to have an innovative, enjoyable and holistic learning environment that enhances individual success, the Don Bosco way. We seek to make DBIT the preferred choice of students, employers hiring engineering graduates and practitioners seeking further education.
We aim to provide service in the best tradition of Don Bosco, by seeking to develop entrepreneurial attitude and social commitment in every student we train. DBIT will make a contribution to society through its educative process in a diverse and stimulating learning environment wherein students, faculty and staff can strive and grow.
What do we care about?
To produce engineers who will excel in industry and research.
To provide consultancy to various industries.
To provide programmes which are contemporary and relevant to industry.
To share expertise and resources for the benefit of underprivileged youth of local communities.
To be a center of research and development in the field of technology.
To gain recognition in the field of technical education, both nationally and internationally.
Fr. Tony D'Souza, the Provincial of the Mumbai province of the Salesians of Don Bosco entrusted the task of building the Don Bosco Institute of Technology (DBIT) to Fr. Mario Vaz, now its Director and his team comprising Fr. Jeffrey Fernandes the Principal of S.J.I.T.I and Fr. Anthony Santarita the then administrator. In the mind of the Salesians, DBIT would have to be an engineering college with a difference and so right from the start emphasis was laid on good infrastructure and well qualified staff that would cultivate and nurture every entrant into the portals of DBIT and inspire them to excellence. This meant setting up policies and processes that would ensure this objective.
We are fortunate in having Dr. B. S. Bhatt, former principal of VJTI as our advisor who guides us every step of the way. Mr. Albert D'souza, a friend of the Salesians was instrumental in ensuring that every requirement for the engineering college was met.
In Dr. S.Krishnamoorthy, the Salesians found a man not only highly qualified and experienced but also a person with sound values and pedagogical principles that were akin to the philosophy of Don Bosco's system of education. Innovation, quality systems and processes that focus on development and growth for both faculty and students, are goals that are constantly being pursued.
It is our cherished hope that every student who passes out of DBIT will be self-reliant and a socially conscious engineer.
Department of Information Technology
In today’s business world, the strategies and directions of the IT department form the basis for the overall corporate strategy. Once regarded as merely a service department, decisions made about the IT infrastructure now dictate its ability to exploit market opportunities.
Information Technology is also a four-year degree course, similar to that of the Computer Engineering program. The difference is that students in this field will be trained primarily on the software application and design modes of the computer industry.
As per the credit based Semester and Grading System has been introduced with effect from the Academic Year 2012 - 13
As a part of Continuous Internal Assessment the student has to appear for two tests during the semester and the average marks shall be considered for End Semester Exam. (No re-test will be conducted. )
The Final Year grade shall be determined on the basis of performance of the student across all the eight semesters.