Everyone needs a dream, a vision to inspire them. Don Bosco, when he was very young, had a dream. A Man and a Lady, both of great majesty instructed him to prepare himself for great battle. The battle appeared to be on behalf of a multitude of poor, unruly and neglected children. He was told in this dream that he had the traits and skills to conquer the unruliness of these children, and make them his friends.
Don Bosco was more than just a dreamer. He knew that education was the key to helping these young people. He sought to teach them (many could only learn after their day's work and not all wanted to), and to get fairer treatment for them with their employers. He looked to help other young people who still slept under bridges and on the streets. Even when they stole from him, as some did, he never gave up hope. He never lost his confidence in youth. Don Bosco started technical schools to educate the young people in skilled jobs like printing, book binding and mechanics. In those days, these were skills that would guarantee better conditions and a better future for them. He started the Salesian Missions in South America. He published numerous works. And he continued his work on his system of education, a style which was immediately recognised as an ideal way to improve educational standards and to get the best from the young.
SummaryDon Bosco Junior College of Arts, Commerce and Science is an other university. It is located at Near Vazira Naka, L T Road, Borivali West, Mumbai in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It offers the following educational courses, 3 11th - 12th courses.
Courses Offered by Don Bosco Junior College of Arts, Commerce and Science
11th - 12th 
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India