DBHEI Dimapur Commission met at Don Bosco College, Kohima
March 1, 2018
11 Feb: The Don Bosco Higher Education Commision of Dimapur province met at Don Bosco College Kohima to discuss and plan about the Higher Educational program and activities in the province. Five members were present for the meeting.
At the very outset, Fr. Jose George was felicitated in the name of the commission by Fr. Suresh Innocent at the successful completion of the Ph.D. Among other things, the commission discussed about the various innovative programs in the colleges. It was also decided to share some of the selected news posts of each college website with all the member college websites so that we come to know about the good happenings in our colleges.
Fr. Jerry Thomas of Bosco Institute spoke about the Survey on Youth Aspiration. This is an online survey and he passed on the link https://aspire.surveyform.in to every member present so that the youth can take part in this survey. He also spoke about the “Starting Enterprise Acceleration Program” to promote entrepreneurship.
After this Fr. Jose Palely spoke about the National Seminar scheduled to be held on 16-17 March 2018 at Golaghat and asked each of the principals to collaborate with this seminar. All agreed to support the seminar and make it a success. Fr. Jose George also spoke about the forth coming seminar to be organised by the commerce department of Don Bosco College Itanagar sometime in June.
Fr. Policarp Xalxo shared about the new developments at Salesian College, Dimapur. It has been decided to start the 2 year philosophy course for the brothers as required by the congregation.
Pilot Project in Enhancing Employability skills among student youth held
September 12, 2017
Sept 8: “Enhancing Employability Skills among student youth”, Major Research Project Funded by Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Training of Trainers and Pilot Testing of Modules was held at Don Bosco College Golaghat from 6-8 September 2017.
Selected students from the departments of Education, Political Science and Sociology participated in the project. It was a very lively program and the students enjoyed participating in the same and reflecting together on the various tests they performed.
The various methodology and learning procedures were conducted and the feedback from the participants helped them to perfect the modules.
Along with Dr. Jerry Thomas SDB from Bosco Institute Jorhat, Eddy Kujur, Koben Monsang and Meriakthule Chewang were the resource persons.