BACKGROUND AND PROFILE OF DBTI
In 1990, a group of Catholic Bishops requested the Salesians in Papua New Guinea to establish a college to train local teachers for technical and vocational schools. Hence, its conception! In 1995, the first face of construction began. With assistance from the European Union and other European funding agencies, it has flourished into a complex of structures such as workshops lecture rooms etc…It was originally named the Don Bosco Teachers College. In 1999, the college opened, the first batch freshman mostly made up of men (75) grade 12 school leavers from secondary schools from different places in PNG, began the four year degree program which specializations in Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, Maintenance Fitting and Machining Technology, and Technical Drawing Technology. With the introduction of the second batch of students in 2000 two more technologies were added these were Computer Technology and Motor Vehicle Technology. In 2001 for the first time it opened its doors to female students! When it became the member of the Catholic Higher Education Association, on the 24th of February 1998 DBTI entered into a formal discussion on affiliation with the Divine Word University. On the 13th of April 2000 a formal letter was sent to the Vice- President on the academic affairs and on the 22nd of February 2003 the Accreditation Document was given. Following the visit and recommendation of the Academic Team the official team signing of the Affiliation Memorandum of Agreement between DWU(Divine Word University) and DBTI took place on the 1st of August 2003 this followed other successful affiliation renewals, 2006 and 2011. Project Overview
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