Department of Basic Science & Humanities
Greetings from the Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities! The Basic Sciences & Humanities Department lays the foundation for a successful Engineering career of all students at Don Bosco Institute of Technology. The First Year students are initiated into the Don Bosco Way of learning and are groomed to take up their roles in society not only as good engineers but as good human beings.
A team of dedicated staff members train the students for higher engineering subjects focusing on the academic as well as the overall development through activities like skill development programs, mentoring, one day field trips, projects on sustainability, cultural and sports activities.
Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry and Communications Skills – the four pillars of engineering – are taught through lectures, practicals and tutorials. Moodle, an online Interactive Learning Management System, is widely used by teachers to share notes with students, to conduct tests and to address their doubts.
We nurture and lay a strong foundation for exploring and experimenting to build a spirit of learning. We inculcate human values and resourcefulness that engages our students in solving societal problems in a sustainable way.
We will provide students with a conducive learning environment to:
“My experience at DBIT has been incredible, honestly. Although our first year went off real quick, we had to rush through the syllabus, our teachers and seniors made it pretty easy to get through. Our teachers were approachable and extremely helpful at any time during the day, and our seniors gave us tons of opportunities, conducted many events and workshops that helped us get comfortable with the college.”
Sasha Ann RebelloComputer Engineering, Batch 2024
“ I would say that DBIT does justice to the domains of academics and extra curricular activities quite efficiently and so, the institute comes to be of immense desire to those that are looking to flourish themselves in every possible aspect.To conclude with, the college provides opportunities pertaining to each skill set and broadens the perception of engineering from mere studies to every other recreational aspect and does justice to the expectations that we have from a good institution.”
Priyanka Salian3 rd Muhammad Fansofkar, Batch 2024