21 April 2020



A Brief History

The Salesians started a technical school for the poor youth amid fears and hostility from the locals. After the infamous persecution of Christians in the Kandhamal district of Odisha.


1. English Medium School

With a three acre of land they started the mission. Soon the people got attracted to the Salesians as their approach was different. They requested for a school and the Salesians felt that starting a school was good entry point for further activity. The school was the immediate need of the people and an opportunity to win the hearts of the local people. The School was started in 2010 June with LKG, UKG and Class 1, with 53 students and three teachers (2 Catholics and 1 Hindu). People from middle class and upper class of the society and reputable families like CRPF commandant, Lawyers, professors and lecturers, Govt. School teachers are keen on sending their children to our school. The school has not yet received its government seal of recognition, the process is underway. The School claims to follow the practical method of teaching. Local authorities are appreciative of our standards in the school. Every effort is being made to practice the preventive system and impart integral education. Teachers are given regular training and seminars. The students are encouraged to take part in extracurricular activities like sports, dance, karate etc.

2. Non Formal Education and DB Tech

They pick the youth and the school drop outs form the near by villages and bring them under one roof. They train, groom and make them ready for a work in 4 months time and place them in a job. They take the responsibility of training such youth and placing them accordingly. The course like printing press, mechanism, tailoring and other in formal courses are trained. In DB Tech the training in the formal sectors is given like Hospitality, BPO , beautician and other such courses with a certificate being presented at the end of the course.

3. Social reachout Program

They reach to the tribal and the village people and teach them their roles and responsibilities and enlighten them with their rights and duties.

4. Student Scholarship

The Don Bosco Muniguda also provides the student scholarships to the poor and meritorious students whoa re unable to reach the educational expenses.

Don Bosco Nava Nirman
Rayagada Dist,
ODISHA — – 765 020
House – (06863) 245507 ; School – (0) 801 884 6535

SONY Cyriac

RAYAPPAN Thomas Aquinas
AKSHAY Kumar Nayak


  • Purchase of land for the school — Supported by New Rochelle, Newyork
  • Equipment necessary for the non formal training to be done — Supported by Don Bosco Mission, Germany
  • Purchase of vehicles for the Don Bosco Muniguda — Supported by Miva Austria and Germany
  • Construction of Muniguda School — Supported by Jugend EineWelt, Austria