Bosco Institute of Technology, Kurla, Mumbai, was established in 2001 by the Bombay Salesian Society as a "Religious Minority" institute. Affiliated to the University of Mumbai it has nearly two decades of successfully training technical professionals in a course curriculum approved by the AICTE. With a NAAC grade of B++ DBIT, Kurla proves that it is an institute dedicated to providing the best education to its students. DBIT offers a B.Tech course in 4 specializations at UG level and MMS course with 5 departments at the PG level.

The college has a good infrastructure and well qualified staff that cultivates and nurtures every student inspires them to excel. The college offers a good number of placements every year with students being placed in companies like Capgemini, Voltas, Justdial, Mahindra, Jio, etc.

Don Bosco Institute of Technology Highlights

Established I Type 2001 I Private
Approval All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE)
Affiliation University of Mumbai
Courses Offered B.Tech, MMS
Entrance Exam Jee (Mains)/ MHT-CET/CAT/CMAT/XAT
Application Mode Offline
Admission Criteria Entrance Test
Yearly Intake B.Tech: 300, MMS: 60

Don Bosco Institute of Technology Courses 

Don Bosco Institute of Technology offers courses in 4 departments at UG level, with coursework approved by the AICTE. At PG level DBIT offers MMS course in 5 specializations. 

Course Duration Specialization Approved Intake Eligibility Criteria
B.Tech 4 Years Electronics & Telecommunication 60 10+2 (PCM)
Computer Science 60
Information Technology 60
Mechanical 120
MMS 2 Years Marketing 60 Bachelor’s degree with 50% marks.  
Human Resource

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Don Bosco Institute of Technology Admissions 2020

The selection at DBIT, Kurla is based on the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) conducted by the DTE of Maharashtra. Candidates must appear for the MH-CET and based on their performance on the test, candidates are assigned colleges in the counseling. Thus, those aspiring to apply at DBIT must secure an appropriate rank in order to be able to apply at DBIT through counseling. They can also apply through JEE Mains counselling. 

Selection for the MMS course, the selection is based on merit, i.e. on the score and rank obtained on a centralized entrance exam like CAT/CMAT, thus aspirants must have a high score in such exams in order to be selected.

How to Apply?

For B.Tech:

  • Candidates must register for the MHT-CET and appear for the examination.
  • After the result declaration of  MHT-CET aspirants must then be allotted DBIT based on the CAP.
  •  These candidates then must visit the college office and obtain the application form.
  • The application form along with application fee of INR 1000 and the following documents must be submitted to the college office:
    • CAP allotment letter.
    • MHT-CET admit card.
    • 10th and 12th Marksheet.
    • Aadhar card.
    • Domicile Certificate
    • Caste Certificate
    • Transfer Certificate
    • Proof of Christian Minority(If Applicable)

They can also apply through JEE counselling held every year after giving the entrance exam of JEE Mains.

For MMS:

  • Aspirants must visit the college website at  and fill in the application form.
  • After that, candidates must then print out the application form and sign it. 
  • The application form along with application fee of INR 1000 and the following documents must be submitted to the college office:
    • CET mark sheet/ scorecard.
    • Bachelor's Degree mark sheet.
    • 10th and 12th Marksheet.
    • Aadhar card.
    • Domicile Certificate
    • Caste Certificate
    • Transfer Certificate
    • Proof of Christian Minority

Read more:  DBIT Admission 2020

Don Bosco Institute of Technology Placement

DBIT has a dedicated placement cell committed to providing the best job opportunities to its students. It conducts training sessions to impart various skills to their students like communication skill training, aptitude training, mock GD sessions, etc. 

In 2018-2019 placement session, 80 students were placed with packages starting from 3LPA and going up to 12 LPA and 25 students making more than 5 LPA whereas in 2019-2020, 65 students placed with packages starting from 3.5 LPA and going up to 12 LPA with 38 students making more than 5 LPA.

The top recruiters of the college are:

  • Mahindra
  • Just Dial
  • Jio
  • Infosys
  • Daikin
  • L&T
  • Capgemini
  • Accelya
  • Tata Consultancy Services

Read more:  DBIT Placement

Don Bosco Institute of Technology Scholarships

The Institute provides scholarships to the students from the backward and reserved classes.

No scholarships are provided to people belonging to the general category. They can however obtain loans. The scholarships are provided in following categories:

  • Minority Scholarship
  • EBC Scholarship
  • Reserved Category Scholarship

Read more:  DBIT Scholarship

Don Bosco Institute of Technology Facilities

DBIT, Kurla provides many facilities for the holistic growth of their students as individuals and professionals. Some of them are:

Sports facilities: It has a cemented basketball court, football field and many indoor sports arrangements to foster not all sportsmen and women, but to also cultivate teamwork and other such qualities in their students. 

Library: DBIT also has a well-stocked library filled with technical and educational literature to aid the future professionals studying at their campus. 

Infrastructure: The institute has an R&D department dedicated to creating new innovations with the help of their students. It also offers a well-furnished auditorium where they regularly host talks and seminars by professionals in various fields for the development of their student body. 

Don Bosco Institute of Technology Faculty

DBIT has a highly qualified staff of teachers dedicated to providing the best quality of education to the students. They all are experts  in teaching their respective subjects and have experience of many years. Some of these faculties include: Dr. Prasana Nambiar, Principal (Qualification: BE, ME, Ph.D.), Dr. Sudhakar Mandhe, Professor (Qualification: BE, ME, Ph.D.), Dr. Amiya Kumar, Professor (Qualification: BE, ME, Ph.D.)

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Don Bosco Institute of Technology FAQs

Ques.  Why does DBIT have such a high reservation for Roman Catholic candidates?

Ans. DBIT, Kurla is a minority institute, i.e. it is established and run by a minority community, thus by the Constitution of India they have the right to provide a bigger no. of the seats to the given minority which they belong to which in case of DBIT is Roman Catholic.

Ques. What are the reservation criterias provided by the college?

Ans. For B.Tech:

Type Of Seat Seats Reserved
CAP/Counseling 29%
Minority Seats (Roman Catholic) 51%
Institute Level 20%
For MMS:
Type Of Seat No. of Seats Reserved
CAP/Counseling 12
Minority Seats (Roman Catholic) 31
Open 17

Ques. Which entrance exam do you have to appear for to apply for the MMS course?

Ans. To be eligible for the MMS course at DBIT, aspirants must appear for any management centralized entrance exam like CAT, GMAT, XAT, etc as long as they have an eligible score they can apply for the course.

Ques. Is it mandatory to be Roman Catholic to attend DBIT?

Ans. No, it is not necessary to be a Roman Catholic in order to attend DBIT, 49% of all seats are unreserved and are available to all candidates through Maharashtra CAP.

Ques. What facilities does the college provide apart from academic ones?

Ans. The college has many clubs to indulge the interests of their students and allow them to grow their extracurricular talents. Various cultural and technological events are held by these clubs and societies throughout the year. For instance, they host events like Mumbai Hackathon, Colosseum, Innovex, etc. which foster real-world skills like coding and problem-solving while also allowing their students to show off their talents and grow.