Second Day of Employability Skills Training focuses on Time Management and Communication skills
May 21, 2019
18 May 2019: The second day of the Enhancing Employbility Skills among Student Youth Program focused on Effective Time Management and enhancing Communication skills.
The session of Time Management began at 9.00 am. Through group dynamics and interactive games, the importance of effective use of time and its benefits were brought out.
The second session began at 1.30 pm after the lunch break. The Animaotr brought out three key elements of effective communication,
Listening, Understanding and Summarizing, through various group activities. The trainees were given assignments to complete at home to make the learning experience a more lasting one.
Reported by: Anjali Steephan
Four Day training on Enhancing Employability skills among Student Youth Commences today
May 21, 2019
17 May 2019: A four days Employability Skills Training Program (ESTP) started today at 9 am with trainer Eddy Kujur, Asst. Professor, Bosco Institute Jorhat, at Don Bosco College Golaghat. 31 students participated in the program.
Fr. Dr. Policarp Xalxo welcome the students and the trainer. On the first day focus was on Self Branding and Career Goal Setting, enabling the trainees to explore and become familiar with their potentialities. Trainees were helped to set smart goals through clarifications of one’s ideas, focusing on ones efforts and effective use of time and resources.
Reported by: Rebecca Surin.
Alumni Core Committee meeting was held at DBC Golaghat to initiate formation of Alumni
May 20, 2019
20 May: A group of 15 Alumni of the college met together in the office of the principal to discuss about the starting of the College Alumni.
The members present decided to hold the formation of the Alumni on 4th June 2019. The members present decided to invite Mr. Rajesh Singh, the President of the Don Bosco Alumni, Dimapur Province to preside over the meeting. It was decided to elect the various office bearers of the Alumni on the same day.
To facilitiate the organisation of the day, the members elected the following alumni as co-ordinators: Mr. John Kisku, Ms. Joshmine Minj, Mr. Jay Kondh and Mr. Bikash Kujur. At 7.00 pm, the meeting came to a close, inviting all to be present for the 4 June meeting. The Welcome Session will be held at 9.00 am and the Alumni meeting will follow soon after.
Admission to Degree Courses at Don Bosco College Open
May 19, 2019
19 May 2019: Don Bosco College Golaghat has issued notices in English and Assamese inviting the Plus 2 Pass students to pursue their degree studies in Arts and Commerce at Don Bosco College Golaghat.
The college offers besides the CBCS based degree course under Dibrugarh University, free Spoken English, Digital Language Learning to students who are weak in English. Besides these, other certificate courses like Tally, Soft Skills, SWYAM Courses, Career Training Program under Quest Alliance, etc at no additional cost.
The college prospectus and application for 2019 is available at Don Bosco College, Golaghat, and at Naveen Pustak Bhandhar, Main Road, Golaghat, for Rs. 100/- per copy. For the Benefit of the students coming from Manipur and East Arunachal, the Prospectus and form is available at Ravalico College Hostel, Imphal and at Don Bosco Youth Centre Khonsa.
Application form and Prospectus available at the website for academic session 2019-20
May 11, 2019
11 May 2019: Don Bosco College has released the new prospectus and application form for admission to the academic session 2019-20.
Hard copies of the Prospectus and application form also will be available at the college from 15 May 2019.
Online application facility for admission will be made available very soon, in the college website.
Don Bosco College Governing Body meet today
April 29, 2019
29 April 2019: The Governing Body of the College met today as part of its scheduled meeting at 3.00 pm. Fr. Joseph Kindo presided over the meeting. Ten members were present and three members could not be present due to various urgent reasons.
The president opened the meeting with a short prayer after by welcoming all the members present. The secretary, Fr. Jose Palely read the report and it was passed. Fr. Policarp presented the activity report of the college.
After that the academic calendar was taken fir discussion and approved. Varous academic matters and preparedness for starting the CBCS system in the college was evaluated and found satisfactory.
After some input from the College administrator on the financial aspects of the college and the study of the college prospectus for the session 2019-20, the meeting came to a close at 5.00 pm
“2 Day National Seminar on Ideals of Indian Constitution ends with ‘a call to live the Constitution'”, says Dr. Sheela Paul
April 28, 2019
28 April 2019: The two day national seminar on “Ideals of Indian Constitution and the contemporary challenges in the higher education” concluded today at 1.00 pm. It was an excellent opportunity to participate two days of national seminar on on 27 & 28 of April 2019 at Don Bosco Institute Guwahati. The inaugural session presided over by Rev. Fr. Januarius Sangma sdb, Salesman Provincial, Guwahati, with the lighting of the Lamp and his message set tone to the Seminar.
The seminar was divided into three main session: a) Principles and Ideals of Indian Constitution, b) Indian Constitution and independence of the judiciary and challenges and c) religious freedom and modern day challenges against the backdrop of the indian Constitution.
After each session, time was given for discussion and the presence of eminent guests and their interactions enlightened the participants on the values enshrined in the constitution. At the end of the seminar, an action plan was drawn up for our educational institutions.
At the valedictory function, participants were awarded certificates. The participants were grateful and felt enriched by the seminar and pledged to live by the ideals of the Indian Constitution. We are grateful to Don Bosco Higher Education India (DBHEI) and Don Bosco Institute (DBI) for providing wonderful hospitality, an enlightening visit to Assam Don Bosco University, Tapesia, and for the well organised National Seminar.
Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB
Fr. Dr. Policarp along with Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB and Ms. Joyanti Nag of Education Department participate at the Two Day National Seminar
April 27, 2019
27 April 2019: Fr. Dr. Policarp Xalxo along with Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB and Ms. Joyanti Nag of Education Department participate in the two day National Seminar organised by Don Bosco Higher Education, India at Don Bosco Institute Guwahati on 27-28 April 2019.
The theme of the National Seminar is : “Ideals of teh Indian Constitution and the Contemporary Challenges in Higher Education Today. Rev Fr. Januarius Sangma, Salesian Provincial of Guwahati Province inaugurated the Seminar. We wish them all the best.
College Wishes the Out Going Seniors:”Fare Thee Well : May Success Accompany You” on 25 April 2019
April 26, 2019
25 April 2019: “Fare Thee Well : May Success Accompany You’ was the theme under which the Bosconians of 2018-19 gathered to wish farewell to the outgoing 6th Semester students.
The 4th Sem Students organised the farewell program on the last day of the class from 12.15 pm to 1.30 pm. They arranged a solemn entry of the outgoing students to the assembly hall with dances and drum beats. The Jesus Youth team of the college sang a prayer song. The 4th semester students presented wonderful action song. Principal, Dr. Jose Palely presented the positive qualities of each of the 6th semester students and wished them “Good bye is not the final word, It is the starting point of next rendezvous, Till then our prayer for you is: you give your very best to Life, And make your creator proud”.
James Soreng of 4th Semester in his inspiring and emotional speech, thanked the outgoing students for the marvellous road map of excellence laid for the Juniors to follow and the 2nd semester students sang “Kihere Bidai Dim”, as the Final farewell song. On behalf of the staff, Ms. Sushmita Bora Rongpipi, Department of History and NSS Program Officer appreciated the hard work and the good example of the outgoing students and assured the supportive prayers of the staff and the college for them.
Mohan Teron of 6th semester performed a thrilling modern dance. Esther Kamei, Mark Pegu, Martin Minj, Junash Kerketta and Rumi Tete on behalf of the outgoing students appreciated everyone representing the 5 departments of the college . During the program snacks were distributed for all.
Reported by: Roshan Kandulna