Category: News and Events

Four day training program for Jesus Youth concludes today

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

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

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


Fr Bimal Lakra attends the IUS_DBHEI National Meet at Mumbai

26 Nov:  Fr. Bimal Lakra, Vice Principal and PRO of the College went to attend the 2 day IUS-DBHEI meeting (24-25 Nov) of all the Principals of Don Bosco Higher Education  India Board. During the Two Day National Meet, it finalised on the Action plan 2016-2021. The meeting was well represented. The next annual meeting is scheduled to be held at Dimapur in Nagaland and Fr. Karottupuram Sebastian (KO), the Principal of Don Bosco College, Maram, is elected as the Regional Coordinator.


NSS Unit observes the Constitution Day of India today

26 Nov: The NSS Unit of Don Bosco College Golaghat, observed the Constitution Day of India ( Samvidhan Divas) today. Each year, this dayis celebrated on 26 November to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India. On this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950. The volunteers read the preamble of the Indian Constitution as a mark of allegiance to the Indian Constitution.

Food Wastage: A crime against Humanity – says Sr. Sweta William Parmar to the NSS Volunteers

26 Nov :  During the interactive session in the afternoon, Sr. Sweta, the Program officer of  NSS Unit, Don Bosco College Maram, addressed the students on the need to avoid food wastage. Through various video clips and power point presentations, she reasoned with the volunteers on the need to prevent food wastage.  The volunteers were all ears.


NSS volunteers organise programs for the children of the adopted village

26 Nov : The NSS volunteers organised a 2 hour of entertainment and educational program for the children of the adopted village. The volunteers helped the children to perform various competitions and win prizes. The children took active part in the program. They were also given refreshments. It was a time of great fun for all.

NSS volunteers intergrate Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan values with morning worship

26 Nov : The NSS volunteers prepared themselves for the Morning worship through proper washing of hands. Through this hand washing they symbolically purified themselves for the morning worship. They also brought the results of the Socio Economic Survey which they conducted on the first day of the special camp to the Morning worship. They took turn to pray for each family, presenting their difficulties and concerns in prayer.

The commitment of the volunteers and their concern for the adopted village was very palpable.

A Camp fire organised by the NSS Volunteers to internalise learning

25 Nov : On the third day of the Special Camp, the volunteers organised a campfire to spend time to relive the special camp experiences. It was a relaxing time spend together with the resource persons and animators. Through fun and frolic, group dynamics and sharings, the participants spend two hours together before parting for dinner and a well earned rest. Mark Pegu thanked specially the resource person, Sr. Sweta William Parmar for inclucating in them the values of punctuality and hard work.

NSS Volunteers organise cleanliness drive at the adopted village

25 Nov : The participants of the special camp organised a cleanliness drive at the adopted village today. Along with the Program officer, Ms. Sushmita Borah Rongpipi, Asst. Prof. Micheal Xaxa and the resource person of the day Sr. Sweta, the volunteers did a wonderful good turn to the adopted village. The volunteers did a wonderful job and showed by example the need to keep the surrounding clean.