International Matribhasha Day observed with variety of events in the campus
February 21, 2018
21 Feb: Don Bosco College celebrated the International Matribhasha day with a variety of events in the campus. The college has staff and students using 32 different languages as their mother tongue. At the assembly, the Principal highlighted the importance of the observation of Matribhasha day. To ensure greater participation activities were organised according to departments. Each department chalked out various programs and were given time from 1.05 pm – 2.45 pm. The staff and students celebrated the day with Folk Songs, Folk Dances, Elocution in own mother Tongue, Traditional painting and house sketches, mimicry, ex-tempore speech, antakshari and presentation of origin and spread of the languages.
It was a great feeling to listen to a variety of languages and the whole campus was moving to the rhythm and chime creating an enviornment of cultural harmony. It was a day of great awakening for both the staff and students to see that they are each uniquely different and yet intrinsically bonded together.
Student on drive to protect the plants planted on the Environment Day
February 19, 2018
10 Jan : The students of the college take initiative to protect the plants which they planted on the last environment day in June. They are making all out effort on preventing stray animals causing destruction to the saplings.
Prof. Thomas Menamparampil SDB DD to grace the National Seminar Inaugural Session as Chief Guest
February 16, 2018
Feb 16: Prof. Thomas Menamparampil SDB DD has graciously consented to be the Chief Guest for the National Seminar on “Conflict in South Asia: its Consequences and Implications”, to be held on 16-17 March 2018. Archbishop Menamparampil is renowned for his peace initiatives, thought provoking writings and pastoral approach.
From 1986 to 1992 Prof. Menamparampil was the chairman of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences office of Evangelization. During this time, he worked primarily on deepening the relationship with different Asian cultures through evangelism and organizing a meeting between the representatives of the Church and representatives of the Communist governments. Menamparampil was later Special Secretary for the Asian Synod (1998), the author of over 180 articles on various subjects such as evangelism, culture, ministry, education, religious life and prayer.
In 2006, he was elected Chair of the Regional Bishops’ Conference of Northeast India. In 2008, he was elected Chair of the CBCI commission for Education and Culture. Menamparampil acted as mediator in the conflict between the various ethnic groups in the Union State of Assam and coordinates the “Joint Ecumenical Peace Team”, which is committed to dialogue in Northeast India and has been proven an effective organisation at resolving local conflicts.
Prof. Manamparampil was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011. His nomination recognized his continued commitment to have peace, reconciliation and stability in Northeast India, an area full of territorial and ethnic conflicts.
Two Day National Seminar on “Conflict in South Asia: Its Consequences and Implications” on 16-17 March 2018
February 8, 2018
Feb 8: The departments of Sociology and Political Science of Don Bosco College are jointly organising a National Seminar on “Conflict in South Asia: Its COnsequences and Implications”, in collaboration with the Departments of Sociology and Political Science, Salesian College, Sonada on 16-17 March 2018.
Important information for those coming from remote areas of Assam or outside the state:
- Room accommodation for the 1st thirty Research scholars and academicians who will be presenting papers at the seminar will be given free. They will need to pay only Rs. 1500 and 1700 respectively. This is non-refundable.
- Once the sponsored accommodation is over, normal rates will be applied as specified in the brochure.
- Co-authors will have to register separately.
- A Trip to Kazinranga can be arranged on 17th Evening with Cultural programe, a night halt, Elephant Safari and Vehicle Safari into the National park. This will incur additional expenses. Those interested, kindly contact the Co-ordinator 9871603375 or Joint-Coordinator – 9864892300
To register and to book accomodation for the seminar, kindly click on the link given below.
College Week inaugurated on 9 January
January 10, 2018
Jan 9 : The Annual College Week was inaugurated on 9 January. A wide variety of programs including athletics, sports, cultural and literary events were chosen for the college week celebration. Students actively participated in the program. Rev Fr. Dilip Bara, Rector and Parish Priest declared the college week open. The NCC Girl cadets led the flag hoisting ceremony. Mr. Micheal Xaxa, Asst. Professor, Department of Economics and Mr. Shiv Kumar Sharma, Asst. Professor, Department of Commerce are the coordinators of the college week program. Each day’s program was managed by the staff with the help of the various clubs assigned for each day.
The first day had the inaugural program and the athletic events. Sports and Yoga Club helped in the program
Staff Selection Interview held for Commerce Department on 21 December 2017
December 26, 2017
21 Dec: The Staff selection interview was held at Don Bosco College for selection of staff for the department of Commerce in Accounting and Finance. Although 9 candidates were short listed, 6 of them turned up for the interview. Prof. Shankarlal Choudhury, HOD of Commerce Department of JDSG College, Bokakhat was the subject expert and moderator of the interview panel. Along with him, Dr. Jose Palely, Principal and Fr. Mathew C Paul, GB Member and M.Arch formed the Staff Selection Interview Panel. Due to call of bandh the interview which was supposed to be held on 20 Dec 2017 was rescheduled to 21 Dec 2017.
We wish the candidates all Success.
Staff Selection Interview held for department of Sociology
December 19, 2017
16 Dec: The Staff Selection Interview Panel for the department of Sociology met at 10.30 am. Dr. Putul Saikia, Principal, DR College and GB Member of Don Bosco College, was the presiding officer and Mr. Sanjib Chutia, Asst. Prof. Dept of Sociology of Kamarbandha College was the subject expert. Fr. Mathew C Paul, M.Arch and GB Member and Dr. Jose Palely SDB, Principal were the other members of the Panel.
Each candidate were asked to take demo class with the help of Power Point presentation which was followed by the interview, for the selection of one staff for the department of Sociology.
Four day training program for Jesus Youth concludes today
December 12, 2017
Dec 12: Don Bosco College organised a 4 day training program for 24 Selected Jesus Youth Volunteers to prepare them for the Culture Exchange Program. Five resource persons came from Kohima Jesus Youth Team. Along with Ms. Sweety Bhengra, they gave a very involved and wonderful all round training program equipping the volunteers with the required skills and abilities for a successful Culture Exchange Program. All the volunteers were very happy with the training .
The Resource team found the group very motivated and very prompt to respond. The volunteers were very willing to learn and accept various challenges. The various action songs, team dynamics and camp fire brought the best in the Jesus Youth group. The sharing of experiences and witness of the resource persons also motivated the group to perform ever better. ” Madam Valentina’s Talk, her joviality and energetic laughter made me more happy” said Esther. The troupe left for Kerala today at 1.30 pm. We wish them safe journey and all success.
Staff Selection Interview held at the campus for the Department of Commerce
December 9, 2017
Dec 9: Interview for selection of eligible candidates for the post of Asst. Professor in the department of Commerce was held today at the college from 11.00 am – 2.00 pm. Dr. Jatindra Nath Saikia, Principal of Golaghat commerce College was the Moderator of the Panel and Mr. Rajesh Jaiswal, Associate Professor & HOD, Department of Commerce, Golaghat Commerce College was the subject expert of the interview panel. Other memebrs of the panel were Rev Fr. Bimal Lakra, Vice Principal, PRO and Secretary of the Governing Board and Dr. Jose Palely SDB, Principal of the college.
Of the four short listed candidates three of them came for the interview. The entire process was completed by 2.00 pm.
Applications invited for the post of Asst. Professors in the Departments of Sociology and Commerce
December 9, 2017
Dec 8: Don Bosco College, Golaghat invites applications for the post of Asst. Professors for the Departments of Sociology and Commerce
Eligibility : 55% (50% for Sc/ST) in Master’s Degree
Preference: NET /SLET/M.Phil/Ph.D, Teaching Experience /NCC/NSS
Persons with specialisation / Ability to teach Sociology Major Papers 602 – Science, Technology & Society & 604 – Sociology of Health and Hospital management, may apply.
Last Date for submission of Applications with relevant documents :14 December 2017
Interview at : Don Bosco College, Golaghat
Interview Date : 16 December 2017
Specialisation in Finance and Accounting
Last date for submission of Applications with relevant documents:18 December 2017
Interview at : Don Bosco College, Golaghat.
Interview Date : Yet to be finalised.
Apply with supporting documents to: Don Bosco College, Golaghat-785621, Assam.
Contact No. 9508989780 /9401178978
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.dbcgolaghat.com