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Project Work Presentation Session Organized by Department of Commerce for B.Com 6th Semester Students

The department of Commerce has organized a presentation session for the 6th semester students of B.com course of the college. The presentation was regarding the project work undertaken by the students of their course work.

During the presentation, the principal of the college Fr. Dr. Jose Palely was present along with Asst. Prof. Ms Ayoushree Dowara, Department of Sociology along with the Asst. Professors of the commerce department, Mr. Harmeet Singh, Mr. Shiv Kumar Sharma, Ms. Devangona Saikia, Mr. Anjan Bharali, Ms. Mousumi Gogoi and Mr. Sanjay Rizal. They offered valuable observation and comments on the presentation made by the students.

The topics which students have undertaken are related to the welfare of the workers, the compensation paid by management, their investment pattern of the workers, Job satisfaction of the workers. The Academic project was completed by visiting the survey site and responses with taken from the targeted sample.   Mr. Shiv Kumar Sharma and Ms. Mousumi Gogoi, Asst. Professors, Department of Commerce, mentored the students in the project work.

“When you go through a difficulty, it will only makes you strong”, says Dr. Policarp Xalxo, on his Birthday.

April 3, 2019: Fr. Dr. Policarp Xalxo, Administrator, Asst. Professor and IQAC Coordinator celebrated his birthday today. The college students greeted him and wished him. In his message, Fr Policarp shared childhood memories and school days punctuated with humorous events and at each instance of adventure, the audience roared with laughter. He inspired one with his positive energy through his life sharing and all were touched by his ‘simplicity in handling a cycle that was bigger than him’ to negotiate daily to school and ‘the joy of falling’ took all to their childhood days. And he added, “when you go through difficulties, it will only makes you strong”.

In concluding his message he said, “The difficulties I went through, made me so strong, that I have no complaint whatsoever. The difficult situations come and go and leave with us a rich experience. And I feel that God gives us always means to love and these are ways through which we can better ourselves through growing in self image, learning to appreciate ourselves, and all the gifts that he has given and the people with whom we live. Let us thank God for the life that we have been given. “

Fr. Jose Palely introduced the day with his greetings during the assembly while Suman Ekka and Albin Kerketta of Sociology Department felicitated him with Fulam Gamocha and a Bouquet of Flowers respectively.

The staff and students felicitated Fr. Policarp and offered prayers for him thanking God for the innumerable blessings he gives to them through Fr. Policarp.

Don Bosco College Participates in the memorial service for Late Dr. Jatindra Nath Saikia at Commerce College

30 March 2019: Fr. Dr. Jose Palely, Principal along with Sr. Reena P George, Asst. Professor, English and Mr. Anjan Bharali, Asst. Professor, Commerce, participated in the memorial prayer service for the departed soul of Dr. Jatindra Nath Saikia.

Chants, Prayers and floral tributes marked the memorial service. In his message for the publication in memory of kate Dr. Jatindra Nath Saikia, Dr Jose Palely wrote about the wonderful spirit that existed between the two colleges, thanks to the great concern and support extended by him as principal of the Commerce College, Golaghat.

He prayed that the vision and the ideals of Dr. Jatindra Nath Saikia for the Commerce College and for the cause of education as a leading educationist and philosopher be made to reach its fulfillment and become a reality, through the efforts of all gathered together in his name.

Most Rev Joseph Aind visits the college to oversee the developmental works

31 March 2019: Most Rev Joseph Aind, Bishop of Dibrugarh visited Don Bosco College campus today and interacted with the Salesian Community and the CSJB sisters who are collaborating with the college.

He was happy to see the progress of the developmental works at the college as well as the Girls’ Hostel. He was happy to see the Fusco Girls hostel nearing completion.

He appreciated the speed with which the college building is coming up and took photos with Fr. Principal and the sisters. He had a cup of tea with the sisters and after encouraging everyone, he proceeded to Dibrugarh.

NCC Rank Award Ceremony held at DBC Golaghat

2 April 19: Today Rank Award Ceremony of 74 Assam Girls (I) Coy , NCC Golaghat of Don Bosco College Unit was held at college premises . The Programme started with welcome song by NCC cadets . Welcome speech was given by Principal , Father Jose Palely . Col. Ripu Daman Singh Officer Commanding , 74 Assam Girls (I) Coy was present as chief guest . Mr. Amit Nagori was also present for the function and covered the event.

R.D Singh in his speech said , ” Rank is not an award, rather it is like duty or authority to do work . Hard work is never left unrewarded but all will have to work hard and shape one’s personality . Inculcating reading habits of books and newspaper will help surely in developing personality .

” In the ceremony Ranks were awarded to Jenny Barla (U/O) , Amin Topno (Sergeant), Clementina Toppo & Jagritee Sonowal (Corporal) by Col . R.D Singh. Himadri Dutta CTO addressed the gathering .

Vote of thanks was given by Rohita Topno . The programme was anchored by Shamma Kausar . The programme ended with NCC Song . Father Bimal Lakra, Father Mathew C Paul , PI Staff , Faculties and Students were present for the programme . 

“Now is the Time”, says Sr. Shanty Vellakkadayil, while exhorting the students to make the best use of time

01 April 2019: Sr. Silvi Kolencherry OLP and and Sr. Shanty Vellakkadayil OLP from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, visited the college today. They came from Varanasi. Fr. Jose Palely introduced the sisters to the college community and the students welcomed them. Jyoti Baghuwar and Alisha Surin presented the sisters with ‘Fulam Gamocha’.

Sr. Shanty delivered a message to the students, reflecting on the story of a Buddhist Monk who asked his disciples what time is it. Each one gave an answer but the answer that the teacher like was the reply of a woman disciple who said, “Now” as answer. Drawing on this, sister invited the students to give their best for each moment of their life. The time is now. What we have here is now and we need to make the full use of it. she told the students that ‘Now is the time’ and one must start now. She concluded her talk urging students to take the academic studies seriously from now and that will ensure a bright future ahead.

The sisters gave away certificates to the five NSS volunteers of the college who were selected to participate in North East NSS festival 2019 at Don Bosco College, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh organised by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. They were Tingmai Wangsu, Ganglen Bangyang, George Shilshi Lamkhang, Guloungam Gangmei and Samuel Purty.

Reported by: Tingmai Wangsu

‘Looking merely at the sky and doing nothing is not going to reach you anywhere. To make your dreams come true, get up and begin’, says Fr. Francis Charuvila

23 March 2019: Fr. Francis Charuvila (PX) visited the college today along with Fr. Pavel Zenisek and Mr. Richard Bouda from Czech Republic. His interaction with the students began quoting Daryl Hoole, “Sitting still and wishing, makes no person great; The good Lord sends the fishing, but yu must dig the bait!”. While reflecting on this verse, he recalled one of the Scout party song “Lahe Lahe Bohibo, Ene kiba Koribo..” and said that such attitudes will not lead one anywhere. If you make the effort daily, continuously and ruthlessly, you will learn.

He said it is very easy to learn a language. If you learn one word per day, he asked, how many words would you learn in a year. The students promptly replied 365 words. But Fr. Francis retorted, ‘No. that’s not possible. There are so many bandh days and holidays and those days you don’t learn.’ As the students roared with laughter, he said, even if one masters two hundred words a year, he/she can communicate in a new language with sufficient level of comfort. So persevering, pain taking and continuous efforts at digging the bait is needed. Then you will have all the fish you need in your basket.

My hope and desire, my dear younger brothers and sisters,  is that you will make use of all the opportunity that are given to you here, through the fathers, sisters and the staff along with the buildings and the plans.  All these are wonderful baits and you must dig these baits and then you will get the results. Looking merely at the sky and doing nothing is not going to reach you anywhere. To make your dreams come true, get up and begin. God Bless you. Good day.

Fr. Francis can communicate comfortably in 20 languages, and has great spirit of endurance. He has travelled in the north east by cycle and he is planning to go to Itanagar by cycling from Imphal.

Charles Antony Bastian and team from Jesus Youth visits the College and interacts with Jesus Youth group

26 March 2019: Charles Antony Bastian, National Coordinator, Jesus Youth movement, along with Scaria Zacharias, National Campus Team member, and Akhil Thomas, former Kerala Campus Ministry coordinator visited Don Bosco College Golaghat at 4.15 pm. The Jesus Youth members of the college gathered together to welcome them and to listen to them.

Fr. Dr. Jose Palely SDB, Principal of the college, introduced the visitors and Jemita Guria, Manisha Lakra and Geeta Jojo felicitated them with ‘Fulam Gamocha’.

The team interacted with the Jesus Youth Members and shared their experiences. Charles said that the Jesus Youth Movement helped him to discover himself and become a strong and committed persons.

Their advice in tackling the various difficult situations that youth face  and overcoming the daily difficulties empowered the listeners.

At the end, Fr. Jose led the assembly in prayer for the visitors, Charles, Scaria and Akhil and the meeting came to an end at 5.15 pm.

Jesus Youth of DBC Golaghat wishes farewell to Ms. Steffy Joy, Jesus Youth Full time Volunteer

26 March 19: A farewell gathering was arranged on 26th of March, 2019 in Don Bosco College, Golaghat,  in honour of Miss Steffy Joy, a Jesus Youth full-timer, as she completes her full-timership.

The members of Jesus Youth club organized the function under the guidance of Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB. The function began at 2:00 pm with the felicitation of Ms. Steffy with a ‘Fulan Gamocha” by Abhilash Toppo. Then a song was sung by the students followed by reading of the Word of God by Sr. Sheela Paul.

The students offered short speeches expressing their deep love and gratitude towards Miss Steffy. They mentioned about the way she inspired the students through her prayers, action songs, encouraging words and availability. She was appreciated and greatly admired for her selfless commitment to this service. Menuti Kerketta, on behalf of the Jesus Youth Members, presented her a memento on the occasion.

Miss Steffy also shared the experiences of her stay in Don Bosco College Golaghat. And then a heart melting farewell song was sung by Sentui Kitnya & team. The vote of thanks was given by Anjali Steephan. And finally the program ended with a song and a prayer at 3.00 pm. Don Bosco College Community fondly cherishes her loving volunteering service and wish her all the best.

Fr. Bimal Lakra Inaugurates the Political Science Departmental Wall Magazine Titled “Analysis on the Present NDA led Government

22 March 2019: The department of Political science prepared the college magazine on the theme ‘Analysis on the present NDA led Government’ which included initiatives on various developmental measures and the drawbacks of the government. Aboy Panmei Compered the Inaugural Program.

The wall magazine was inaugurated by Fr. Bimal Lakra, vice principal and the PRO of the college in the presence of Fr. Dr. Jose Palely, Principal and Fr. Dr. Policarp Xalxo, Administrator and IQAC coordinator of the college. All the college students along with the staff were present for the inaugural ceremony. Fr. Bimal Lakra spoke about the importance of mastering the skill of analysis and appreciated the effort made by the students of the political Science department in analyzing and bringing about the effectiveness of the present NDA Government.

Wanggo Lowang gave a brief description about the departmental wall magazine highlighting the various features. ‘We wanted to light a fire of desire in everyone and create a thirst for knowledge’, he said. After the words of appreciation from Fr. Principal and Fr. Administrator, Sinchuilung Gangmei delivered vote of thanks.