Second Sessional Exams will be held from 27-30 March, 2019

22 March: The Second Sessional Examination Routine is published today. The exams will begin on 27th March and will end on 30th March. This will help the students to prepare themselves for the forthcoming End Semester Examination conducted by the Dibrugarh University in May 2019. We wish the students all the best for the forthcoming examinations.

St. Joseph feast Celebrated at Borgaon No 1 Village

19 March 2019: The Feast of St. Joseph was celebrated at Borgaon No. 1 Village with due solemnity as it s the feast of the village church. Fr. Joseph Kindo, Rector and Parish Priest, Fr. Albert Tirkey, Director, Rangajan Don Bosco Vocational Training Centre and Fr. Jose Palely, Principal of Don Bosco College Golaghat along with Sr. Ciciliyamma K.M. CSJB and team visited the village and took part the the celebration.

Fr. Joseph Kindo hoisted the flag marking the beginning of the festival. The people danced and sang for joy.

There was solemn eucharistic celebration presided over by Rev. Fr. Joseph Kindo. Fr. Albert Tirkey read the scripture and Fr. Jose Palely shared a message during the mass on imitating the good example given by St. Joseph.

Fr. Joseph Pampackal, Incharge of Don Bosco Rangajan and Fr. Policarp Xalxo, Administrator and IQAC coordinator of the College also joined the celebration. Sisters from Degaon Community also were present for the celebration. The feast day celebrants, Fr. Joseph Kindo, Fr. Pampackal Joseph and Fr. Jose Palely were given special token of affection.

This was followed by welcoming and felicitation of the guests, short cultural program and community meal.

We thank Shri Jewel Kerketta, head catechist and all the people of the Borgaon No. 1 Village for the wonderful program that they arranged. We could feel the great unity and joy of the people as they all sat in the ground and had community meal together.

Those who have equanimous mind will accept problems and find a way to solve it, says Fr. Andrew PX, to the hostellers

19 March 2019: Fr. Andrew PX of Don Bosco School, Tuli Nagaland, visited the Don Bosco college on 18 March and interacted with the hostel students. He joined the Don Bosco Community to celebrate the feast day of Fr. Jose Palely.

In the Morning worship he also exhorted the students to be like St. Joseph who had a lot of problems and was able to solve them with the help of God.

After the morning worship he interacted with the hostel girls and shared a thought on the need to face problems and find ways to resolve them. Reflecting the the ChristChurch Massacre in New Zealand, he said that this murderer had problems and was not resolve them.

One of the victim was a woman whose husband forgave the murder from his heart saying that he wants to end the violence as the murderer himself must have a lot unsolved problems.

All of you look very gentle and peace loving young people, but if we do not accept the problems and find a way to solve them, we may also behave in totally unacceptable ways.

Therefore, it is important to acknowledge the problems be it in relationship, appearance, studies, etc, as people of equanimous mind, get help from elders and educators to resolve them speedily.

Five NSS Volunteers from Don Bosco College Golaghat to participate in North East NSS Festival 2019 to be held at Itanagar

20 March 19: Don Bosco College NSS Unit has selected 5 NSS Volunteers to participate in the North East NSS Festival 2019 to be held at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh from 23rd to 27th March 2019. The volunteers are: Guloungam Gangmei, George Shilshi Lamkang, Tingmai Wangsu, Samuel Purty and Ganglen Bangsa. We thank Ms. Sushmita Bora Rongpipi and the Volunteers for making it possible for the NSS volunteers to participate in the NSS Festival. They will halt at Don Bosco College, Itanagar. We thank the Don Bosco College Itanagar for their timely help and assistance.

As part of NSS Activity, the Volunteers held group discussions and presentations

19 March 2019: Ms. Sushmita Rongpipi, the Program Officer,  organised the NSS volunteers into four groups and gave them time for group discussions. Each group was allotted specific questions on which they will discuss and come forward with a presentation.

a) What are the aims and objectives of NSS Units. How far are they accomplished.

b) What are the various activities taken up by the NSS Units. Take any one of the awareness activity and identify the ways through which youth can be made aware.

c) Can the Program Officer become a role model for the volunteers. If so, how?

d) How far have the volunteers benefitted by participating in special camps, integration camps, adventure camps, Life Skill Programs etc. Do these camps promote communal harmony and national integration?

There was very lively discussion among the various groups and each group came forward with the result of their discussion and presented them with the help of charts. The program officer animated the group discussion and helped them to bring out the salient points. We wish the NSS volunteers and the program officer all the best.

Technology Savvy Commerce Wall Magazine ‘Innovate and Conquer’ Inaugurated

On 18th March, 2019: Fr. Dr. Jose Palely, Principal, inaugurated the SPARKLE Wall Magazine themed “Innovate and Conquer” of the Commerce Department today. His appreciatively noted in the comment section of the wall that this endeavor of the department marked the stamp of creativity and use technology. The integrating of technology is something new and unique in the growth of the Wall magazines in the campus.

The wall magazine contained articles on Successful people of top companies, such as Jeff Bezos, Dhirubhai Ambani, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, who used their innovative ideas and now conquering the world. Use of Technology in inaugurating the wall magazine and use of  QR CODE for accessing the articles online were befitting of the title of the Wall Magazine.

The college appreciates the efforts of the department in making this campus moving towards greater digitalization. The Asst. Professors of the Department of Commerce, Mr. Harmeet Singh, HOD, Mr. Shiv Kumar Sharma, Mr.  Anjan Bharali, Ms. Devangana Saikia, Ms. Mousumi Gogoi and Mr. Sanjay Rizal mentored the students.

The program was compered by Lirdona Engtipi and was assisted by K. Hoidina and Pooja Wangpan.

Report prepared By: Roshan Kandulna

If you want to become successful, write down your dream, and put a date to achieve that dream, says Susan Bara Aind, Magnessa Gold Executive

17 March 2019: Susan Bara Aind, Gold Executive of Magnessa from Guwahati, interacted with the hostel students of the college at 10.30 am today. Fr. Bimal Lakra, Vice Principal and PRO of the college introduced Susan, a very successful entreprenuer, to the hostellers.

In her interactions with the students, she exhorted all ‘to have a dream and to nurture it. Write down all your dreams and goals.  What you want to become. If you want to become successful, write down your dream, and put a date to achieve that dream.’

She said that she did this and it worked out for her. To grow as an entrepreneur, she sets weekly targets and that target setting process urges her to work towards realising the targets and goals that she set for herself.

She invited all to “Dream Big”.  Quoting Late Dr. Abdul Kalam, she said ‘It is a crime to dream small’. ‘As students you must dream big for your academic achievements. Focus on your studies and set targets for achievement in your studies. I told the same to my daughter and she set target and got above 90% in every paper because she had a dream to achieve and set targets to achieve these dreams.’

At The office of Magnessa in Dubai
Honoured by Indigo staff on International Women’s Day 2019

Eddy Kujur addresses students on Employability Skills Enhancement

16 March 19: Asst. Professor Eddy Kujur of Bosco Institute addressed the College assembly on the importance of Enhancing the Employability Skills while a student is pursuing his/her degree course. Dr. Jose Palely welcomed him to the college and spoke about the wonderful network that exist between Don Bosco College Golaghat and Bosco Institute Jorhat. K. Hoidina of Commerce department and member of Career Cell, welcomed him with a traditional gamocha.

The Career Cell of the college saw to the organisation of the event. Against a vacancy of 40 students for the training, 85 gave names. In the introductory session, the facilitator offered a second program on completion of the first batch and invited those who can avail the second program to opt for that.

As those who remained were still more than needed, a test was conducted to select the 20 girl and 20 boy students of the college for further training. After this personal interviews were held. The personal interviews will continue on Sunday as well. The interview tries to see the personal commitment of the individual to follow the rigors of the training.

The program is organised by the PG & Research Department of Social Work, Sacred Heart College (Autonomous), Tirupattur, Vellore Dist., Tamil Nadu supported by the Rajiv Gandhi National institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu through the Bosco lnstitute, Baghchung, Danish Nagar,Jorhat, Assam – 785001 on 16 March 2019 with Asst. Professor, Eddy Kujur as the facilitator.

This skill facilitation has been designed for two weeks of Pre training data collection and 4 weeks of skill enhancement intervention and two weeks of post training data collection. During the four weeks of training, the students will have to come only four days of skill imparting training. Skill enhancement facilitation will be done through the tools and learning friendly modules we have developed.

The Quote of Norman Schwarzkopf, “The More You Sweat in Peace, the Less You Bleed in War”, brings out the mood of SYUMPISUM Wall Magazine

14 March 19: Asst. Prof Bishnubrat Hazarika of ARGUCOM along with Asst. Prof. Hemanta Chutia and Asst. Prof Subhasish Borpujari inaugurated the wall Magazine of the English Department today. The wall Magazine “Symposium” presented various articles, poems, drawings and sketches on the theme “War and Peace”.

Some of the contributors for the theme of War and Peace are: Triveni Teronpi, Prem Prakash Kujur, Marlinush Baghwar, Tarcila Toppo, Rashmi Tigga and Joydeep Kiro.

Marlinush Baghwar, Leader of the English Department welcomed the honoured guests and presented a short introduction about the wall Magazine.

We appreciate the hard work of the students of the Department of English and the expert guidance given by the Asst. Professors of the department of English, Ms. Kabideepa Handique, Mr. Probin Hazarika, Sr. Reena P. George, Mr. Bhaskar Gohain and Ms. Joysree Rajbonshi. Congratulations to the department of English.

“Strive to Be a Job giver than a Job Seeker”, says Asst. Prof. Bishnubrat Hazarika

14 March 2019: Assam Rajiv Gandhi University of Cooperative Management (ARGUCOM) Sivasagar, organised One Day Workshop on Entrepreneurship in collaboration with Don Bosco College, Golaghat. The Program was sponsored by Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL), Golaghat. Asst. Prof Bishnubrat Hazarika, Asst. Prof Hemanta Chutia and Asst. Prof Subhasish Borpujari were the resource persons of the workshop.

Asst. Prof Anjan Bharali, of the Department of Commerce and animator of the Entrepreneur Club, introduced and welcomed the dignitaries and the resource persons of the day.

Asst. Prof. Bishnubrat Hazarika spoke about the various opportunities for Entrepreneurship development in the region. He invited to create a mentality of job giver than Job Seeker.

Asst. Prof Hemanta Chutia imparted information on the various products which can be easily manufactured locally and explained how to go about it. He gave a brief description about the processes of making and marketing of green tea, tea, king Chilli, Bamboo shoot, Mushrooms cultivation etc.

Asst. Prof. Subhasish Borpujari explained about the source of getting funds from various financial institutions like Axis Bank, Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (MSME), North Eastern Development Finance Corporation (NEDFI). They offered their experience and handholding to make the process a successful one.

Students also interacted with the resource persons and clarified their doubts. The program ended at 2.45 pm. The University provided certificates and refreshments for the participants.

Asst. Prof. Mousmi Gogoi of the Department of Commerce and Mentor, Entrepreneur Club delivered the vote of thanks. Dr. Jose Palely, Principal thanked the resource persons and ARGUCOM for extending their support in creating a spirit of entrepreneurship in the campus, and looked forward to the visit of the Vice Chancellor to the college to further the collaborative efforts to a greater level.

Report Prepared by: Roshan Kandulna, Department of Commerce and member of Entrepreneur Club

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