“To be better Indians and to understand what India is we have to understand our Indian constitution” say Shri Gaurav Gogoi, MP
September 2, 2019
21 Aug 19: Shri Gaurav Gogoi, Hon’ble MP, Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency, inaugurated the newly constructed Arts wing of the College today.
Rt. Rev Joseph Aind, Bishop of Dibrugarh blessed the building and Fr. Jose Kuruvachira, Provincial, Dimapur Province was present along with Mrs. Jui DAs Rajkhowa, Chairperson, Golaghat Municipal Board, media persons, fathers, sisters, members of civil society.
The staff and students presented a variety program to mark the occasion and to honor the dignitaries present. Fr. Jose Kuruvachira welcomed the dignitaries and honoured them with fulam gamocha and japi. In his message, Bp Joseph Aind spoke about the contribution of church in the field of education. Ms. Juri Das Guest of honour appreciated the wonderful work Don Bosco College is doing for the development of the people.
Shri Gaurav Gogoi, Hon’ble MP, in his message as Chief Guest of the day, spoke about the role of education in the changing world. He said, today the role of education is much more important than it used to be.
World is changing so fast either because of Technology, Social media, Economic & Political developments. Every year there is a lot of change in our country and world. And in order to cope with this change, to understand, to adjust to this change it is very necessary to change, adapt our minds, to able to learn, observe and listen – these are very important skills in our world.
What we learn in our school through our books and curriculum help us to an extent. But what is more important is the life skill of listening, the life skill of being creative, understanding that only hard work brings success. And it is the time spent here, students from across the various states of India that they are able to learn the essential life skills. I think the job of educationist here is done. Because these life skills will always be helpful in the years to come, esp in your next education institutions, job, personal and professional lives.
While speaking about the role of every citizen, he said, it is very important to learn about our Indian Constitution. Because as a Political I can say that in our society we live with different religious books. These teach us something different, Every religious book teach us how to be a better human being and society. To be better Indians and to understand what India is we have to understand our Indian constitution is also. Because Indian constitution came about after many years of freedom struggle, it encapsulates all the values of what it means to be truly Indian. What it means to have freedom, diversity, a secular nation, a sovereign nation.
It is very important especially in today’s time, when many questions are raised of constitution of its validity, of its context that young Indians wherever they are they must understand Indian const. It was a collective exercise, – great minds of Indian past came together to frame the constitution. Whether it is in schools, villages, colleges or cities or town if we truly understand our constitution, I can be rest assured that future of India is in safe hands.
On speaking about social media, he said, often on Facebook and whatsapp lots of fake news get published and these become the primary source of information. While I welcome increasing use of social media, I must caution, that we must exercise caution and make also news and library, and to promote this, I am announcing a contribution of Rs. 5,00,000 towards the construction of the public library from my MPLAD Fund.
Fr. Jose Palely, Principal, thanked Shri Gaurav Gogoi, Hon’ble MP, for his generous support towards the construction of the Public Library, all the dignitaries, invited guests, staff, students, media persons and civil society members who made the celebration a solemn one
Department wise meeting organised to plan for the college building inauguration program on 21 August
August 4, 2019
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.
DBHEI annual Conference and General Body meeting at DBIDL Dimapur
November 30, 2018
30 Nov: The DBHEI Annual Conference and General Body meeting was inaugurated today at DBIDL, Don Bosco School Campus, Dimapur, Nagaland. Fr. Bimal Lakra, Vice Principal and PRO is participating in the program today. Rev Dr. Jose Kuruvachira, Provincial Dimapur province welcomed all the participants. Rev. Dr. Marcelo Farfan – IUS General Coordinator, Rome was the special guest for the day. Rev. Dr. Maria Charles, Vice President, DBHEI delivered the presidential speech.
Fr. Dr. Jose Palely will join the conference on 1 December 2018. The theme of the conference is: Nation’s Progress in the Constitutional Way. All the Don Bosco Higher Educational Institutions in South Asia are participating in this conference (30 No – 1st Dec 2018). On 2 Dec the participants will witness the hornbill festival held at Naga Heritage village, near Kohima. We wish them all the best.
Rev Fr. Jose Kuruvachira, Provincial, Dimapur Province visits the college
November 23, 2018
15 Sept: Rev Fr. Jose Kuruvachira, the newly appointed provincial of Dimapur Province visited the college. The management, staff and students gave a very warm welcome to the provincial. He was brought to the college accompanied by the dancers. The students danced to the tune and gave a rousing welcome to the provincial. He addressed the staff and students and interacted with the Salesians. He appreciated the wonderful work that is being done in the campus and was extremely delighted to see the wonderful family spirit at the campus.