Genesis

ANMA Integrated Development Association (AIDA) is the social development wing of the Salesians of Don Bosco, Province of Dimapur. AIDA is a non-government, non-profit voluntary association founded on December 8, 1985, registered in 1986 under the Societies Registration Act 1860, with Provincial House, Dimapur - Nagaland as its registered office. It is also registered with the Home Ministry of India under the Foreign Contributions Regulatory Act and under Section 12A and Section 80G of the Income Tax.

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Short term vocational training programs are of three months' duration, in which the students are given technical inputs prepared in consultation with industry experts and professionals. The course includes on-the-job training, assignments and field visits. Valuable life skills are also integrated into the curriculum through an interactive teaching process.

Course NameQualification NameDurationStrengthCertification
Assistant Beauty Therapist8th PassShort Term30DB TECH
Food and Beverage - Steward10th StandardShort Term30DB TECH

Facilities Available

No. of Classrooms 4
Total Seating Capacity 120
Practical Classes Yes
Computer Lab Yes
Staff Room Yes
Generator/ Backup Yes
Playground Yes
Hostel Yes

Bosco Plus

Counselling
Career Guidance
Field Visit
On-the-Job Training
Placement
Post-Placement Support
Tracking of Alumni

New batches inaugurated at Don Bosco Tech (AIDA, Dimapur) under Axis Bank Foundation.

Centre located at Dimapur, Nagaland has inaugurated the 15th batch of skill training programme in Hospitality- F&B, Beauty Wellness and Hair Styling domain for unemployed youth of Nagaland on November 10, 2015. Dr. KPA Ilyas IPS, Deputy Commissioner of Police of Zone II Dimapur District presided over the inaugural function as the Honorable Chief Guest. Rev. Fr. C T Varghese (Rector and administrator, Don Bosco campus, Dimapur) has graced the function as the Guest of Honor. Dr. Ilyas, in his inaugural address encouraged the trainees saying, You have wonderful inborn traits like disciplin

Don Bosco Tech Team (Dimapur Province) chalk out strategic plan for 2016.

Bosco Tech, Nagaland under Dimapur province came together on January 4 and 5, 2016 at its state office at AIDA, Dimapur to chalk out strategy for 2016 to take forward the skilling India mission in this part of the country. A concourse of 24 members of Don Bosco Tech team from various centres were present for the meeting cum planning. The two day meet began with a key note address by Fr. Nebu Mathew (Economer, Salesian province, Dimapur) where he called upon the training faculty to believe in the inner quality of the youth they train. “The youth whom you train may be from poor backgrou

“In order to eradicate unemployment problems in the state we should encourage skill training.” says Shri. Mholunmo Kikon on the occasion of 17th Batch Inauguration

Parliamentary Secretary for Skill Development inaugurated the 17th Batch of Skill Development Training on May 10, 2016 at Don Bosco Tech, AIDA centre. Fr. Joshua, Principal of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Dimapur graced the occasion as the Guest of Honor. Shri. Mholunmo Kikon emphasized on the importance of acquiring skills besides the academic qualification. Academic qualification alone cannot fetch a job for you in the industry. At the end of the day it is skills that one has what counts, he reiterated. Shri. Mholunmo Kikon further stated that the people in general have notion that