Prakash Boys Institute opened its doors at its present location in 1977.
The Institute’s vocational training program is officially designated as the Prakash Industrial Training Centre (ITC) by the government of India.
- Prakash ITC is affiliated with the Director General of Technical Education (DGET) in New Delhi, which gives students a greater opportunity for employment.
- Prakash ITC is nationally certified to provide instruction in Welding and
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
- Prakash ITC’s Computer Operation and Electrician courses and certification are acknowledged by the state government of Maharashtra.
Prakash Boys Institute’s main building houses two dormitory wings, a dining room and kitchen facilities, offices, lecture and study halls, a recreation room, and Heritage Hall, which serves as an auditorium/chapel and seats more than 200.
The Technical Training Centre has four large classrooms used for classes and hands-on training. Other facilities include a basketball court, cricket field, volleyball court, staff housing, garages, and gardens.
All buildings are equipped with running water, electricity, verandas and roof decks.
The current capacity of Prakash Boys Institute is 112 young men.