1st Adivasi Freshers’ Meet and Felicitation held at DB Golaghat

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11 Oct 2015:  The All Golaghat Adivasi College Students union organised the First Adivasi Freshers’ Meet and Felicitation at DB Golaghat from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm. Mr. Ghanashyam Bahoi, Chairman, Golaghat Municpal Board was the Chief Guest. Among the other dignitaries present for the function were: Mr. Jogen Borah, Ward Commissioner, Muncipal Board, Ward No 1, Dr. Urmimala Kheria, Vety Officer Mobile, Golaghat, Office of the Dist A.H. & Vety Office, Golaghat, Dr. Bhaskar Jyoti Kheria, ENT Consultant, KK Civil Hostpital, Golaghat, Dr. Gabriel Lakra, Dental Surgeon, Golaghat, Mr. Gojen Tossu, Chairma, Morangi Chah Mozdure Somobai Somitee, Mr. Lal Bahadur Tosa, Social Worker, Mr. Juel Kerketta, Head Prachar, Burgaon, Mr. Victor Baghe, Advocate.

Picture7Dr. Gabriel Lakra spoke about the hectic competition in the present educational scenario in which one has to go ahead chasing the dream – to realise the ambition – To achieve this one needs inner inspiration and belief in onself  – that gut level feeling that ‘I will Succeed’.  While striving for excellence, one needs to strengthen oneself also in the weak areas.

Mr. Victor Baghe appealed to all the student to have proper attitude which will enable us to climb the social ladder. He spoke of three powers – Money Power, Political Power and Brain Power. He told the students that they have only brain power in their hand and they should use their brain power to succeed. In this one must keep in mind two things: the Friendship you keep and the Books you read.

Picture4Mr. Ganashyam Bahoi, the chief guest of the day recalled that he sees a turning point in the degree studies. Now more are opting for degree studies.  Quoting Vivekananda he spoke of Education is the Best manifestation of this world. He also recalled that if we look back from the present scenario, the beginning and the end of the civilisation is the same, in as much as, prior to the civilisation, the people were physically naked and now the civilised world is becoming morally naked. In this context the Golaghat has a bright future in as much as, we have a college  – Don Bosco College – that is located in a spiritually strong centre with strong spiritual principles. This college will fill this lacunae that we find in our society and usher in progress.

Picture6Mr. Soneswar Barhoi in his message stressed on the need to promote all round development while providing education.

Mr. Barnabas Kindo, Deputy Director, Pajra appreciated the toppers of the previous exams.  He spoke of the need to have SKILL and WILL.  Recalling Muhammad Ali, he said, ‘while in the Boxing Ring, it is the skill that keeps me on feet and when I fall, it is the WILL that help me get up’. Hence we need to give great importance to will power and discipline in our life.

During the program, an enthralling cultural program was organised and the meritorious students were recognised and given awards. We appreciate the efforts made by AGACSU to inculcate academic excellence in the students and promoting higher educational culture among the students.

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Dr. Daisy froom National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, interacts with college students

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LQ Dr. Daisy Panna MD CHA10th October 2015: Dr. Daisy Panna, Nominated as National Monitor for “MISSION INDRADHANUSH” for the District Jorhat, Assam, interacted with Students of Don Bosco College Golaghat, during her short Inspection visit to Jorhat. Dr. Daisy Panna is a MD in CHA (Community Health Administration), She is working as Medical Consultant at National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi.

“MISSION INDRADHANUSH” was launched by Ministry of
Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) Government of India on 25th December 2014. The objective of this mission is to ensure that all children under the age of two years as well as pregnant women are fully immunized with seven vaccine preventable diseases. Dr. Panna was selected as the National Monitor for the District Jorhat.

family at dbDuring her interaction, she answered the queries raised by the students related to Health, Family Welfare, Government schemes and it’s functioning at the Health and Family Welfare sector etc. Responding to the problems raised by the students in reaching the set targets, Dr. Daisy Panna urged the students to work hard and defeat lethargy through self determination. Only this will enable them to attain the set targets.

The eldest sister of Rev Fr. Bimal Lakra, Mrs. Carmela Lakra came along with her daughter, Dr. Daisy and her twin children Nataniel and Nicole and took the chance to pay a visit to Fr. Bimal. We were very happy to have them with us and it was a very enriching experience for them to see the wonderful work done by Fr. Bimal for the youth of the region. We look forward to their visit in the near future and give some impetus to the young minds to move towards excellence.

First model Exam rescheduled to 17 & 19 October

9 Oct: The first model exam has been rescheduled to 17 & 19 October to facilitate a better revision of the subjects prior to the model exam.

17-10-2015 – Saturday

  • 8.50 – 11.50 am –  English
  • 12.30 – 3.30 pm – Non Major Papers

19-10-2015 – Monday

  • 8.50 – 11.50 am –  Major Papers
  • 12.30 – 3.30 pm – Alt E / MIL

 

Application submitted for enlisting the College under Directorate of Welfare of Plains Tribe and Backward Classes

8 Oct 2015: An application vide letter no. DBC/WPTBC/Dir/1-2015 was submitted to the Office of the Director of Welfare of Plains Tribe and Backward Classes, Dispur, Guwahati Assam today, requesting for the inclusion of Don Bosco College, Golaghat among the approved colleges in the Scholarship List.

Once the recognition is granted, it will enable the students of the college belonging to the Plains Tribe and Backward classes to apply for scholarship.

2nd Session Test held on 5-6 October 2015

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Oct 6: The second session tests were held on 5 and 6th October 2015. The students were very motivated to do the same as this carries marks for the internal assessments.

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2nd session test – revision before the test

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6 Oct: The Second Session test for internal assessment was held on 5 -6 October. The subject professors help the students to clear all doubts during the One hour revision prior to the exam. This helps them to get rid of all anxiety and get themselves well prepared for the exam.

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DBC students to participate in Bicentinary celebrations on 25 Oct at Dimapur

Oct 5: The Salesian Province of Dimapur is concluding the Bicentenary Celebrations of Don Bosco’s Birthday at Don Bosco Dimapur Campus  on 24 & 25th October 2015.

Details of the Program :

23 Oct : Arrival

24 & 25 Oct : Grand Finale Celebrations

26 Oct : Departure

Selected students of DBC Golaghat will participate in the Grand Finale celebrations on Sunday, 25 October 2015.

 

Street Theatrical Training to be held from 20-24 Oct 2015

Oct 5: A 5 day training in street theatrical will be held at Don Bosco College during the Puja Holidays. The trainees will be given inputs and skills needed for the street theatricals.

Fr. Bimal Lakra, Vice Principal and Administrator will coordinate the program with the help of eminent resource persons in the field.

 

Form Fill up for First semester Examinations completed

5 Oct 2015: The students completed their Examination Form fill up today.

54 students completed the forms of whom 3 are non-collegiate candidates.

Exams are scheduled to start on 3 Nov 2015. We wish them all the best.

First Model Exam to begin on 12 October

Oct 2: The First Model Exam in preparation for the semester exam is scheduled for 12-15 October. All the exams will be held in the Morning shift from 9.00 am to 12.00 noon.

12 October – Major Papers (Political Science / Sociology)

13 October – General English

14 October – Non Major Papers (History / Education / Economics)

15 October – Alternative English / Assamese