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CTO Himadri Dutta is at Gwalior for the PRCN Course

9 Aug 2019: The PRCN course at Gwalior began on 21 July. The CTO Himadri Dutta of Don Bosco College Golaghat is also undergoing the training programe.

The Training Officer and the training branch of the academy divided the group of trainees in two companies: Alfa and Bravo. The officer has selected CTO Himadri Dutta as the senior of Bravo coy. It is a honour both for NER directorate as well our college. We wish CTO Himadri all the best for the training.

Seven NCC Girl cadets participate in TSC Training camp at Jorhat

6 Aug 2019: The CATC for Trg & selection of TSC Jorhat Gp team is scheduled to start at GP HQ Jorhat starts from today. The 10 day training program will end on 15 Aug 2019.
Seven NCC cadets of Don Bosco College are participating in the TSC Camp. They are : Alisha Surin, Rima Xalxo, Jushila Kindo, Gracy Kujur, Rohita Topno, Amrita Kerketta and Alisha Topno. We wish them all the best.

We thank Col S.K. Mishra of 74 Assam Girls (I) Coy NCC Golaghat, for facilitating the participation for the same. We appreciate the hard work of Ms. Joyanti Nag, Asst.Professor, Dept of Education for following up the NCC cadets in the absence of the CTO Himadri Dutta who is undergoing Training at Guwalior.

5th Freshers’ Day Celebrated at DBC Golaghat with Most Rev Albert Hemrom DD as Chief Guest

Freshers’ Day was celebrated with various programs at Don Bosco College, Golaghat today.

Bishop Albert Hemrom was present as the chief guest on the occasion and was traditionally welcomed. While addressing the students, he called upon the students to pay special attention to their own health, education and various other activities they do .

Various dance, song, music and computer related programs were organized on this occasion. At the same time, the Learning Management System was inaugurated by Bishop Albert Hemrom.

On this occasion, the birthday of the college’s Principal Jose Palely was also celebrated .

Father Bimal, Father Mathew, Sister Reena – Ciciliamma – Sheela and students were present on this occasion.

Felix Bhuyan and Rebecca Surin of Don Boco College Participate in the “Nation Building in the Constitution Way” workshop at Shillong

6 June 2019:  A two day Leader and Animator Formation Program for the youth Leaders of North East Region was held at Salesian Provincial House, Mathias Institute Shillong from 3-4th August 2019.

80 delegates from the 3 provinces participated in the program. The motto of the Program was “Nation Building in the Constitution Way”.

On 3rd August the program started with ice-breaking and inaugural session at St. Anthony’s Higher Secondary School, followed by Session on Knowing more of Don Bosco by Fr. L B Anthony, Rector of St. Anthony’s. This was followed by a session on Preventive System in the life of the young by Fr. Cletus. Fr. Robert Simon took a session on Youth Expo 2020 and MR. Stephen focused on Leadership – a Daily Task.

On 4th August, two sessions were held on Constitution of India. Shri R. Wahlang MCS, Executive Maginstrate and BDO, East Khasi hills District took a session on Fundamental Rights.  Fr. Robert Simon took a session on Indian Penal Code.

Department wise meeting organised to plan for the college building inauguration program on 21 August

2 Aug 19: The college reopened after the summer break on 1 August 2019. In the staff meeting held on 1 August it was decided to take up the preparation of various activities for the College building inauguration scheduled to be held on 21 August 2019 as department wise.

Accordingly on 2 August in the first and hour and in the last hour department wise meeting was organised to plan the various cultural programs and the other activities.

Each department has taken up specific activities in preparation for the program. Shri Gaurav Gogoi, Hon’ble MP, Kaliabor Lok Sabha constituency in Assam has consented to inaugurate the college building. It will be his very first visit to the College.

Most Rev Joseph Aind SDB DD, Bishop of Dibrugarh will bless the building in the presence of Rev Fr. Jose Kuruvachira, Provincial and other state level dignitaries.

Dr. Sadiq Hussain delivers a lecture on Computer skills to 3rd Sem Students today

3 Aug 2019: Dr. Sadiq Hussain interacted with the 3rd Sem Arts students and delivered a lecture on Computer Skills. He summarized the syllabus of the Dibrugarh University on the Course on Computer Skills and worked out solutions and cleared the doubts of the students.

He spoke about how they could easily score more marks as Computer skills have 40% only of written examination. Fr. Jose Palely thanked him for coming all the way to interact with the students.

Dr. Sadiq Hussain Trains the 1st students In On Line Registration at DBC Golaghat

3 June 2019: Dr. Sadiq Hussain, System Administrator, Dibrugarh University, visited the college to interact with the students. Fr. Dr. Jose Palely welcomed him and Jasmine Barla presented him with a Fulam Gamocha.

He explained and showed the students how to register themselves on line by registering a demo entry in the Dibrugarh University portal. He also trained the office staff who will follow the verification process on how to proceed with the verification process.

He spent an hour with the 1st semester students. Though an off day, 130 students were present for the training session.

FR. Bimal Lakra participates in the workshop ” Road map for Excellent Higher Education Institutions” from 1-3 Aug 2019 at Chennai.

3 Aug 19: Under the ageis of Don Bosco Higher Education India (DBHEI) a workshop entitled “ Road map for Excellent Higher Education Institutions” meant for the Principals, Vice-Principals, Deans, Secretaries and Leaders”  was organized by Rev. Dr. Maria Soosai Sdb, the Secretary of DBHEI, Convened by Rev. Dr. Thaddeus and logistics seen to by Rev. Fr. Kasi Sagayaraj, from 1 August to 3 August 2019. The Venue for the Workshop was the Citadel, Landon’s Road, Kilpauk, Chennai . There were 53 participants in the Workshop.

The Registration for the Workshop started at 9.00am and the Inaugural Function was held at 9.30am, in which the Inaugural address was delivered by Rev. Fr. Dr. Maria Arokiam Kanaga Sdb, the Regional Superior of the Salesians of Don Bosco. He emphasized on the need and relevance of Higher Education in India and exhorted the participants to think deeply on the topic in the context of the New Education Policy being discussed and debated in the country.  The welcome speech was delivered by Rev. Fr. Maria Soosai Sdb, the DBHEI Secretary and the Workshop Dynamics was explained by Fr. Dr. Thaddeus, the Convener of the Workshop.

Purpose and the Rationale for the Workshop is given below:

An efficient and effective leader in Higher Education ministry today requires competencies and strategies beyond the traditional skill set. Most of our institutions of Higher learning face challenges from the stakeholders, neighbourhood and government agencies. Expansion, excellence and equity with quality systems require a unique blend of aptitude, competencies and skills.

Every top-level  leader in a Higher Education institution must be a: ● Strategist ● Educator  ● Fundraiser ● Process Protagonist ● Academic Leader ● Collaborator

Strategic planning and execution, fundraising, alumni engagement and donor management rank the most important responsibilities in the daily tasks of a Secretary/Principal. Collaborating and building relationships with stakeholders in and off-campus is a must.  

Board of Management should set definite long-range goals for top leaders and evaluate their performance and progress towards the achievement of the vision and mission of the institute.  

Every thriving business today relies on digital technologies as a backbone for growth. Leaders must be tech savvy and data-driven to succeed. Education Leaders need to get ahead in our fast-paced, innovation-driven business landscape. 

Pedagogy needs a revamp too with digital intrusions and disruptions among the students. Student-centric learning methods integrated with ICT have to be prudently introduced in our education institutions.  Practical and result-oriented processes with proper monitoring are to be in place across the institution to ensure higher level of accreditation and ranking.

The various topics and the resource persons dealing them were as follows:

  1. Perspective/Strategic Planning by Rev. Dr Francis P. Xavier SJ  Rector & Vice President, Loyola Campus,  Chennai 
  2.  Resource Management- Finance & Human Resources  by Dr Henry Rosario M.S.W., Ph.D (Philippines) Director, Exodus Research & Development Pvt Ltd 
  •  Global Ranking and NIRF by  Dr Karthick Sridhar Vice Chairman, Indian Centre for Academic Rankings & Excellence Pvt Ltd (ICARE) 
  •  Practical Directives to Augment NAAC Grading  by  Mr Syed Mujahid Higher Education Advisor, Serial Networker, Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker 
  •  Digital Technologies & Pedagogy by Mr Sadiq Sait  Founder and CEO, uLektz.com 
  •  HEI Roadmap and NEP 2019  by  Dr N. Manoharan Pro Vice Chancellor, AMET University, Chennai  

The topics for the Workshop were apt and relevant and the resource persons expounding them were of high caliber, real experts in their field. It was a three days of learning and enlightenment. All the participants have truly grown in the profession of being a true teacher, leader, mentor to the youth of today, who come to our Colleges.

Reported by:  Fr. Bimal Lakra Sdb, Vice-Principal & PRO, Don Bosco College, Golaghat

Dr. Sadiq Hussain, System Administrator, Dibrugarh University to interact with students on 3 Aug

2 Aug 19: Dr. Sadiq Hussain, System Administrator, Dibrugarh University will interact with the 1st and 3rd Sem Students on 3 August 2019. He will train the 1st Sem students on Online Student Registration from 11.30 am to 12.15 pm. This will be followed by Interaction with 3rd Sem students on Computer skills.

A Breakfast Time in the Guwahati – Bangalore Train

18 July 2019: After a peaceful night rest, the students and staff awakened to a new day and got ready for breakfast.

The students distributed Buns and Jam and fruits. Many bought bananas and found that they were much cheaper in Golaghat.

Though a little tired, they are very happy in the train and waiting eagerly to reach Bangalore.