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A Pre-Christmas celebration at St. Thomas School, Ratanpur

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An Assamese Christmas song sung by the children of St. Thomas School, Ratanpur

Hark The Angels – Sung by the children of St. Thomas School, Ratanpur

Dec 3: St. Thomas School, Ratanpur, organised a very beautiful pre-christmas celebration to honour the parents and well wishers of the institution. The students performed classical dances, theatricals and songs with such perfection that left all spell bound. Sr. Jerin FSMA the Headmistress along with other sisters and staff did a meticulous planning and training of students with the help from Fr. Caesar, Principal and Parish Priest and Fr. Thomas Surin.

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Fr. Jose Palely graced the occasion as the chief guest and was much impressed by the performance of the little ones.

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He invited the parents and the well-wishers to continue cooperating with the school and this will usher in a bright future for their sons and daughters.

Students help to set up Wifi and Video conferencing facilities at the campus


Dec 1: Mr. Basil Barla of Sociology department and Raju Kujur of Political Science Department and Mr. Mark Pegu of commerce department stayed back after the exams to help in the college. Mark Pegu helped in the library and did a very commendable job of mending the damaged books and helping in reorganizing the library.

Basil Barla and Raju kujur helped today to set up the WiFi and video conference facility by setting up the network cables.

We wish them all the best for their holidays.

Eco friendly Kitchen at the campus


Dec 1:  Fr. CV Raphael of Sashipur, Assam, stayed at the college from Nov 28 to Dec 1 to set up fuel efficient kitchen at the campus. With meticulous care and planning, Fr. Raphael prepared the kitchen.

This will save the use of firewood and also time. It is eco friendly and reduce smoke pollution.

We look forward to tastier and healthier food.

Last day of semester marked with a festal gathering of staff


Nov 30: The last day before the winter vacation was an occasion to spend time together relaxing and sharing.  Not all the staff could be present as some had invigilation duty for the ongoing Semester End examination.

All were busy in the month of November to prepare lesson plans and semester reports. They also took time to prepare video classes and were enjoying the process of making 5 minute movies based on the syllabus.

Some of the staff have requested time during the holidays to come to college for recording their classes, so that they can publish these movies in LMS of the college and students can benefit from the same ahead of the class.

It was a time to appreciate the hard work done by the staff to ensure that a high level of teaching and learning takes place during the even semester classes scheduled to commence on 3 January 2016.

Applications invited for the post of Asst. Professors in the Department of Sociology

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Dec 1: Don Bosco College, Golaghat invites applications for the post of Asst. Professors for the Department of Sociology


Eligibility : 55% (50% for Sc/ST) in Master’s Degree

Preference: NET /SLET/M.Phil/Ph.D, Teaching Experience /NCC/NSS

Last Date : 20 December 2016

Apply with supporting documents to: Don Bosco College,  Golaghat-785621, Assam.

Contact No. 9508989780 /9401178978

Email: dbcgolaghat@gmail.comwww.dbcgolaghat.com

Software developers from Technopark Trivandrum visit Don Bosco College Golaghat

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Nov 29: Mr Jinso and Mr. Manu, Software developers at Techno Park Trivandrum, visited the college today along with their family and Fr. Joseph Pampackal. Mr. Jinso is the nephew of Fr. Joseph Pampackal, the Centre in-charge at Don Bosco Rangajan.

They were able to interact with the staff and see the various facilities at the college. They were impressed by the emphasis given for IT technology in the campus and took interest in the facilities like Learning Management System and video-conferencing.

They planned their visit to coincide with the Hornbill festival of Nagaland and will also visit Kaziranga National Park. We wish Mr. Jinso & Bincy, and Mr. Manu and Rintu all the best and carry with them very colourful memories of the North East.

Fr Mathew C Paul presented ‘Quiz Night’ to Library










Nov 30: To improve the General knowledge of the students, Fr. Mathew C Paul M.Arch and Construction in charge of the campus donated a book titled ‘Quiz Night’ today.
It is an excellent resource book for quizzers and also provides various ways to organise a quiz. He has always been providing for the institution whatever useful items he gets for the benefit of the students. We appreciate his concern.

Mr. Harmeet Singh, Asst. Professor, Department of Commerce is glancing through the book presented by Fr. Mathew C Paul

Creating a garden in campus


Nov 25: The students who are staying back to complete their exams have joined hands together with the management to create a garden in the campus. They want to show case something new for the new year as a surprise for all the students who will return to class on 2 January 2017.

The CSJB sisters in a special way are trying to get a variety of plants and greens to make the garden truly colourful and beautiful.

It was wonderful to see the students mixing cow dung with mud and preparing the place for saplings.

Cassone Global of Guangdong Province, China, visits the college


Nov 26: Mr. Toshy Manooran, Managing Director and Mr. George Mattam, Executive Director of Cassone Global Co. Limited visited Don Bosco College Golaghat along with Fr. Xavier Mattam to plan for the infrastructural development at the campus.

They interacted with Fr. Mathew C Paul and Fr. Jose Palely who had visited their office in the Guangdong province of China and took note of the infrastructure requirements which they can arrange.

This was part of their visit to the North East to study the feasibility of supplying quality materials at affordable rates to various institutions.


Fr NJ Joseph and Fr. Samuel Elow visits Don Bosco College

Nov 15: Fr. Nangachiveettil Joseph along with his Rector, Fr. Samuel Elow visited the college today. They were coming from Sechii-Zubza, Nagaland.

Fr. NJ is visiting the college a second time and was very happy to see the works progressing and to learn the the Semester End exams are going on.  He was on his way to Jorhat for medical treatment of his eye. On November 18 he will be celebrating his birthday. He was born in 1928. We wish him continued good health and lot more years of active involvement in the lives of the people. Besides many other good works, he has provided homes for many a homeless poor in the place where is is working.

Fr. Elow was visiting the college for the first time and was happy to see the construction works going on at the campus.