Tag: Don Bosco College Golaghat

Dr. Jose Palely Participate in the Catholic Principals of East & North East Meet 2020

20 Feb 2020: Dr. Jose Palely SDB, Principal, Don Bosco College, Golaghat participated in the One day Meet of all the catholic Principals of East and North East India Meet held at Siloam, Transformation Centre, St. Anthony’s College Shillong today.

Dr. Albert L. Dkhar, Secretary, Xavier Board, East & NE Region welcomed the members and Prof. David Syiemlieh, former Chairman, UPSC delivered the keynote address. Dr. Joe Jesudurai made a presentation introducing NAAC – Tripple A Audit.

Fr. Sebastian Ousepparambil, President XB – East & NE Region spoke about strengthening and Networking Catholic Institutions in the region. Fr. G P Amalraj, Deputy Secretary NERBC presented action plan for catholic Higher Education Institutions in the region.

While Fr. Sagi Stephen presented the youth apostolate and formation of Youth Groups in Colleges, Dr. George Palamathattil presented programs on Youth leadership.

On this occasion, the selected papers from the national Seminar on Conflicts in South Asia : Causes and Consequences, published in the SALESIAN, Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, Vol X, No 1 May 2019 with ISSN0976-1861, A Salesian College Publication, was presented by the President of the XB – East & NE Region to Dr. Albert L. Dkhar, Principal, St. Anthony’s College. This volume the result of the National Seminar organised at Don Bosco College Golaghat in 16-17 March 2018 – a joint venture of Don Bosco College Golaghat with Salesian College, Sonada, West Bengal.

The meeting, Organised by the Xavier Board of Higher Education in India, East and North East Region in Collaboration with St. Anthony’s College, Shillong, came to an end at 3.00 pm.

“Prevent burning of waste materials and convert them into organic manure” says Fr. Vincent Parumala

19 Feb 2020: Fr. Vincent Parumala, Administrator of Bosco Institute Jorhat visited the college along with Fr. Jerry Varakukalayil. In his interaction with the students, he exhorted the students to love nature, prevent all burning of wastes and convert them into organic manure.

In our campus at Bosco Institute we do not even burn weeds. We make trenches and bury the weeds and mother earth convert weeds into manure. This manure will help the plants to bear much fruit. My suggestion is that we stop burning waste and save our planet and nature.

New Heads of Departments appointed to various departments today

18 Feb 2020 : New HODs were selected by the respective departments and were appointed by the Principal as the HODs for the coming two years.

While Ms. Mrigakhi Goswami of Political Science Department and Ms. Daisy Gogoi of Education Department were re-appointed for second term, Ms. Alankrita Borthakur of Sociology Department, Ms. Priyanka Baruah of English Department and Mr. Anjan Bharali of Commerce Department were appointed as HODs for the first term.

We wish them all the best.

Sanjay Rizal and Banya Kasturi Dutta elected as staff representatives to the College Governing Body

18 Feb 2020: Mr. Sanjay Rizal, Asst. Prof. Department of Commerce and Ms. Banya Kasturi Dutta, Asst. Professor, Department of Education were elected as staff representatives to the Governing Body of the College today by the teaching and non-teaching faculty of the college.

They replace Mr. Mukul Sarmah, Asst. Professor, Department of Economics and Ms. Prarthana Borthakur, Librarian of the college. We thank them for their committment and dedication in carrying out the special entrusted to them by the teaching and non-teaching faculty of the college.

We wish the newly elected members all the best.

Eco club nurtures saplings during club activity

15 Feb 2020 : Eco Club members led by the club in-charges Mr. Mukul Sarmah, Asst. Prof, Dept of Economics and Ms. Joyanti Nag, Asst. Prof, Dept of Education, cleaned the plantation area, repaired the fences and poured water for the saplings.

Gender club plans celebration of International Women’s Day

15 Feb : The members of the Gender Club had a discussion on the celebration of International Women’s Day for the college. The students along with the teachers planned various programs and activities to be done on the day.  

It was decided to call Ms. Rakhi Saikia, Woman entrepreneur from Golaghat, Assam known for making of yellow tea popular, would be the Chief Guest for the day.

Winners of Story Writing Competition awarded by Gender Club

11 Feb 2020 : The Gender club declared the names of the winnders of the Inter-Club On the Spot Story Writing Competition held on 8th February 2020. Out of 29 Participants, 3 were judged as the winners. Wanggo Lowang of Literry Club secured the first prize. Shamma Kausar of NCC F/74 and Rebecca Surin of Eco Club won the 2nd and 3rd prize respectively.

The competition was judged by Mukul Sarmah, Asst. Professor, Department of Economics. Fr. Mathew C Paul gave away the prizes to the winners during the Morning Assembly.

Fr. Bimal Lakra, the Vice Principal along with the teachers in charge of the Gender Club, Priyanka Baruah, Alankrita Borthakur and Bhairab Hazarika were present for the prize distribution ceremony and thanked everyone for their cooperation and active participation.

Clubs hold variety of activities during the club hour today

8 Feb 2020 : Being a club activity day, various clubs of the college organised activities during the club hour.

All the animators of the club along with the club leaders organised the activities very effectively to make learning an enjoyable experience.

Gender Club organised On the spot writing Activity on the theme “Preventing Gender Discriminiation” today

8 Feb 2020: The members of Gender Club organised an inter-club on the spot writing activity on the theme “Preventing Gender Discrimination”. The competition was held in Hall No. 16 during the club activity hour. Twenty Nine participants from ten different clubs participated in the program.

The members of the gender club ensured that the activity was carried out smoothly by assisting the candidates., along with the teacher in-charges: Ms. Priyanka Baruah, Ms. Alankrita Borthakur and Mr. Bharab Hazarika.

“Whatever you do, do not in competition, but with full totality of yourself”, says Shri Girdhari Sharma, GM, Halmira TE

8 Feb 2020: The General Manager of Halmira Tea Estate, Shri Girdhari Sharma, along with Mr. Michael Crerar, Deputy Manager of Halmira Tea Estate were welcomed to the college today. Mr. James Soreng intoned the welcome song, Neha Soreng and Papori Kisan offered Phulam Gamosa and Bouquet to the GM while Susmita Bhengra and Gita Jojo honoured the Deputy Manager.

In his message to the staff and students, he shared his passion for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics in his student days, while other subjects he focused less and became an engineer.

What we learn from our surrounding, from our families, these will make our personality. If we get pressured to learn and get high marks, we end up getting frustrated and cannot become a full human being.

Jesus spoke of Love and Peace. But why so much violence in our planet. We forgot this and go to compete with our companions and bring about conflict. I say whatever you do, do with your totality, do with love, love and peace and not think about the result.

School and Colleges should have a class in which the students will be taught about peace, meditation, and how to give your whole heart to what you do. Do with full totality and you will be happy. Happiness does not come with degree and money but from within.

Give everyday some time for yourself. Learning has two aspects. One is outside learning and the other is inside learning. We are only focusing on the outside most often. We get everything from google. But love and peace we will not get from google. Technology will provide almost all outside learning. But how to be a good human being we will not get from technology.

Therefore, to learn to love and be peaceful will have to come through school. If you are peaceful inside, then whatever you do will be good only. It will help us to be considerate towards others. In this way we will create a good society and good human beings. All other information are available everywhere.

Reported by: James Soreng 17/ED/002