1st Semester Academic Calendar updated

sept 24: Following the staff meeting on 24th September, the academic calendar was updated.

Academic Calendar 2015  for Don Bosco college Golaghat
01-Aug-15 Saturday College opens – 1st Semester classes begin / Chief Guest : Rev Fr. Nestor Guria SDB, Provincial, Salesian Province of Dimapur.
Introduction of staff and students / staffmeeting to finalise Academic Calendar – various responsibilities
3-4 aug-15 Mon-Tue Counseling for 1st Semester Students – selection of subjects completed
08-Aug-15 Saturday Election of Course Leaders,department leaders, formation of clubs (NSS,NCC etc) – Leaders election – Points to be kept in mind – 50% percent reservation – if leader is a girl, then vice leader will be a boy; One person one post… one cannot hold more than one post. Attendance, regularity, discipline, good behaviour, focusing on studies are essential aspects of a leader
15-Aug-15 Saturday Independence day
20-Aug-15 Thursday Mid Semester feed back; Last date for completion of registration forms by students at the college
22-Aug-15 Saturday 1st session test: 8.40- 9.45 revision; 9.45- 11.15 am – Non Major Paper; 1.00 -2.30 pm MIL
24-Aug-15 Monday 1st Session Test: 8.40-9.45 revision; 9.45-11.15 am – Major Paper; 1.00 – 2.30 pm – English
25-Aug-15 Tuesday Last date for Submission of Filled in Registration Forms by 1st Semester Students by Colleges at the University
02-Sep-15 Wednesday Tithi of Sri Sri Madhab Dev – class
To complete before Sept 10 at least one seminar / workshop/ Group discussion each during the departmental activities  as part of Internal Assessment of BA Program
05-Sep-15 Saturday Janmastami – Teachers Day… Preparation for Sept 8 – campus cleaning etc…
07-Sep-15 Monday Class – Preparation for the Inauguration of College
08-Sep-15 Tuesday Official Inauguration of the College
15-Sep-15 Tuesday Tithi of Sri Sri Sankardeva – class
23-Sep-15 Wednesday Janmostav of Shri Shri Sankardeva – class
25-Sep-15 Friday Id-Uz-Zuha – Holiday
30-Sep-15 Wednesday Preparation for Form Fill Up
01-Oct-15 Thursday Last Date for Assignment submission by students of BA Program ; Last date for Form Fill Up of BA Program End semester Examinations at the college
1-10 Oct- 15 2nd Sessional Examination of BA Program
02-Oct-15 Friday Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi – Holiday
03-Oct-15 Saturday First Saturday – Holiday
05-Oct-15 Monday 1st session test: 8.40- 9.45 revision; 9.45- 11.15 am – Major Paper; 1.00 -2.30 pm – English
06-Oct-15 Tuesday 1st Session Test: 8.40-9.45 revision; 9.45-11.15 am – Non Major Paper; 1.00 – 2.30 pm – MIL
12-15 Oct – 15 First Model Exam from  9.00 am – 12.00 Noon
12-Oct-15 Monday Model Exam 1 – Major Paper
13-Oct-15 Tuesday Model Exam 1 – General English
14-Oct-15 Wednesday Model Exam 1 – Non Major Papers
15-Oct-15 Thursday Model Exam 1 – MIL / Alt E.
16-Oct-15 Friday Revision Class –
17-Oct-15 Saturday Revision Class – Last date for Notification of 2nd Sessional Examination Marks in Departmental Notice Boards; Last date for Submission of filled in Examination forms of BA End semester Examinations by the colleges at University.
18-Oct-15 Sunday Kati Bihu
19-Oct-15 Monday Revision Class
20-Oct-15 Tuesday Durga Puja, Vijaya Dashami – Holiday
21-Oct-15 Wednesday Durga Puja, Vijaya Dashami – Holiday
22-Oct-15 Thursday Durga Puja, Vijaya Dashami – Holiday
23-Oct-15 Friday Durga Puja, Vijaya Dashami – Holiday
26-Oct-15 Monday Lakhmi Puja – Holiday
27-30 Oct-15 Model Exam 2 :  Time 12.00 Noon – 3.00 PM
27-Oct-15 Tuesday Model exam 2 : Major Papers
28-Oct-15 Wednesday Model Exam 2 : MIL / Alt E
29-Oct-15 Thursday Model Exam 3 : Non Major Papers
30-Oct-15 Friday Model Exam 3 : English
31-Oct-15 Saturday Study Leave
03-Nov-15 Tuesday English 101 –
05-Nov-15 Thursday Last date for submission of Inernal Assessment Marks of the students to the University; MIL – 101
07-Nov-15 Saturday Major Course n101
10-Nov-15 Tuesday Kali Puja & Dewali – Holiday
12 Nov- 10 Dec 15 Evaluation of End Semester Answer Scrpts of BA/B.Sc/B.Com Programs at the Zones
16-Nov-15 Monday History (Genefal) 101
18-Nov-15 Wednesday Education (General) 101
26-Nov-15 Thursday Economics (General) 101
24-Nov-15 Tuesday Lachit Divas
25-Nov-15 Wednesday Birthday of Guru Nanak
Semester End Vacation to be finalised

debate on the Mentally and Physically challenged persons was held on 22 Sept 2015

A Debate focusing on the Mentally and Physically challenged persons was be held on Tuesday, 22 Sept, 15 from 12.50 – 2.30 pm.

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The Moderator / Speaker for the Debate was Ms. Bornali Nath Dowerah and the three judges were Sr. Cicilyama K.M, Ms Upasana Borchetia and Sr. Reena George.

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The team consisting of Monalisa, John Kisku, Joshmine and Joy Prakash spoke for the Motion ” “A person with a physical and/or mental challenge should not be made to suffer by asking him/her to study or work. We should look after such a person in every way possible.”

 

 

The Team Consisting of Nilofar, Alice, Ignatius and Akasius Horo Spoke against the Motion.

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The motion focusing on the key word “not make suffer” clinched the victory, although the against the motion lagged behind only by 6 points.

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Ms. Bornali Nath Dowerah presents paper at UGC Sponsored National Seminar

Miss Bonali honored - low qualityMs. Bornali Nath Dowerah, Asst. Professor, Department of English, presented a paper titled”Critiquing Greyness in E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” at the UGC sponsored National Seminar on Contemporarry Literature in the Changing Socio-Cultural Scenario organised by the Department of English, Margherita College, Assam.

 

In the M.Phil Examination held by the Dibrugarh University, Bornali also secured Grade A with 2.9 grade points out of 3. We congratulate her for the excellent results she secured.

Learn And Earn Project (LAEP) – inaugurated at the campus

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Under the leadership of Rev Fr. Bimal Lakra, the 1st Semester degree students inaugurated the Learn And Earn Project (LAEP) at the campus today.

The project is envisaged to inculcate into the students a sense of hard work, love for manual labour and to meaningfully make use of the available spare time through productive labour.

The profits from the farm will be shared among the students so that the income generated will be utilized towards meeting part of the educational expenses.

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Debate focusing on the mentally and physically challenged to be held on 22 Sept

 

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A Debate focusing on the Mentally and Physically challenged persons will be held on Tuesday, from 12.50 – 2.30 pm.

The motion: “A person with a physical and/or mental challenge should not be made to suffer by asking him/her to study or work. We should look after such a person in every way possible.”

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Ms. Bornali Nath Dowerah will be the Speaker for the debate and Sr. Cicilyama CSJAB, Sr. Reena George CSJB and Ms. Upasana Borchetia will be the judges.

End Semester Exam to begin on 3 Nov 2015

Dibrugarh University has announced the End Semester examinations for 2015 vide notification No. DU/EX/DCE-A/SEM/NOV.-DEC./CIR./15/7620 dtd 31 Aug 2015. The relevant portion of the Examination routine is given below:

Date Day Exam (9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon
3-11-2015 Tuesday English – 101
05-11-2015 Thursday MIL – 101
07-11-2015 Saturday Major Course – 101
16-11-2015 Monday History (General) 101
18-11-2015 Wednesday Education (General) 101
26-11-2015 Thursday Economics (General) 101

2nd Session tests to be held on 5 & 6 Oct 2015

The Second Session tests will be held at DBC Golaghat on 3 & 5 October 2015.

Schedule:

5-Oct-15 :

  • 8.40 – 9.45 am – Revision
  • 9.45 – 11.15 am – Major Papers
  • 1.00 – 2.30 pm – General English

6-Oct-15

  • 8.40 – 9.45 am – Revision
  • 9.45 – 11.15 am – Non Major Papers
  • 1.00 – 2.30 pm – MIL

 

 

Tithi of Mahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva celebrated today

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Asstt. Professors Ms. Himadri Dutta and Ms. Sushmita Bora Rongpipi gave a beautiful presentation on the occasion of the Tithi of Mahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva.

sri sri sankaradevaMahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva (1449–1568), saint-scholar, playwright, social-religious reformer, is a colossal figure in the cultural and religious history of Assam, India. He is credited with providing a thread of unity to Assam straddling two major kingdoms (Ahom and Koch kingdoms), building on past literary activities to provide the bedrock of Assamese culture, and creating a religion that gave shape to a set of new values and social synthesis. The religion he started, Mahapuruxiya Dharma, was part of the Bhakti movement then raging in India, and he inspired bhakti in Assam just as Ramananda, Guru Nanak, Kabir, Basava and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu inspired it elsewhere.

His literary and artistic contributions are living traditions in Assam today. The religion he preached is practiced by a large population, and Sattras (monasteries) that he and his followers established continue to flourish and sustain his legacy. In reverence to his personality, teachings and works, he is a Mahapurusha, or “Great Man”.

 

Rev Sr. Mary Antony, CSJB addresses the students

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Sept 10: Rev Sr. Mary Antony CSJB, the Provincial of the Indian province of the Congregation of Sisters of John the Baptist, interacted with the students and reflected with them on the 10 oaths of Youth as presented by the former President of India, Late Dr. Abdul Kalam.

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Don Bosco College gets a new Logo

DBCG logo 2015

 

DON BOSCO COLLEGE – The Brand Name

THE OPEN BOOK – The symbol of Knowledge

FACE OF DON BOSCO – Symbolising Educative inspiration

LAMP OVER THE BOOK – Knowledge lighting individuals & society

RHINO ON THE LEFT – Symbolising the state of Assam

TEA BUD ON THE RIGHT – Symbolising the economy of Assam

GAMOCHA – Immersed in the culture of people

The Green Border  – Stands for the commitment of the institution to promote environment and protect ecology

To Aspire To Inspire – encapsulates the vision and mission of the institution.

 

Kindly give us your suggestions for improvement and better articulation of the logo.