Tag: Joyanti Nag

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.

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.

Don Bosco College Students on Educational Tour to Bangalore & Mysore

15 July 2019: Forty Students along with Five staff including the Principal, Fr. Jose Palely set out for an educational tour to Bangalore. The Patron of the Tour is Fr. V M Thomas, Director, Planning and Development, DBTECH New Delhi, who during the visit, interacted with the students and encouraged them for an educational Tour to Bangalore. He also facilitated receiving concession forms, and sponsored dinners in Bangalore. With his blessings, the team set out on the first Educational Tour to Bangalore.

The students travelled to Guwahati by AVADH Express and halted the night at Guwahati, Girls at CRI and Boys at Don Bosco Parish Hall. Thanks to the NF Railway, we got our confirmation tickets with an extra coach added to the train and our journey started on 16 July from Guwahati.

It is the first experience for many of the students. On 18 July they will reach Bangalore and a host of programs await them. Many people have come forward to help the smooth conduct of this Educational Tour. Some of them are: Ms. Suja of Infosys, Fr. Joy, Jinu Mathew & Team at BREADS, Fr. John & Team at BOSCO, Fr. Joseph Elavanal at DBSM, Mr. Felix D’Souza & Mr. Philip of FVTRS,  Dr. Victor Paul & Dr. Tomy KK of Christ University, Mr. Stanley of SKIP, Mr. Sunny & Femi, Fusco School and Provincial Community, CSJB and Tally Solutions.

We wish all the students a wonderful learning time at Bangalore. On 24th July they will return by Bangalore – Guwahati train.

The staff and students of the department of Education taken active step to keep the campus free of plastics

14 June 2019: The Staff and students of the department of Education met together in the department room to discuss how to keep the campus free of plastics.

After some deliberations, they decided that initially they will go about cleaning the campus of all plastics wastes. As a group they spread out in the campus and picked up plastics and other wastes and tried to dispose them.

Students of the Department of Education decide to keep the campus a plastic free campus

7 June 2019: The staff and students of the department of Education decided to ensure that the college will be a plastic free campus. They will ensure that there are sufficient dustbins placed in the campus to facilitate proper disposal of plastics. Plastic Bottles and materials will be collected for recycling purposes.

The students will ensure that the college surrounding is clean and free from plastic and other non-biodegradable items.

Don Bosco College Alumni unit inaugurated by Shri Rajesh Singh, President, Don Bosco Alumni, Dimapur Federation.

4 June:  Shri Rajesh Singh, President, Don Bosco Alumni, Dimapur federation inaugurated the Formation of Don Bosco College Alumni Unit today at Don Bosco College Golaghat, along with Fr. Tarcisius Toppo, Coordinator, Don Bosco Alumni, Assam Region.

The program started at 9 am with the morning assembly. The whole program was hosted by Martin Minj and Shibani Topno. It began with the prayer service led by Sr. Dr. sheela Paul, followed by welcome song. The Principal welcomed the dignitaries of the day, Shri Rajesh Singh, President, Don Bosco Alumni , Dimapur Federation and Fr. Tarcisius Toppo, Coordinator, Don Bosco Alumni, Assam region.

The members of the first two batches that graduated from the college were present. Besides being members of the college Alumni, they also become members of the Don Bosco Alumni National federation, South Asia and International federation of Don Bosco Alumni with its headquarters in Rome.

Mark Pegu, Bikash Kujur and Prakash Mura introduced Fr. Tarcisius Toppo and John Kisku, Jay Kondh, Mariam Kerketta and Sunita Soreng introduced the Chief Guest, Shri Rajesh Singh. In their message they presented the role of Don Bosco Alumni in the growth of an institution and the specific role and benefits of a Don Bosco alumni. At once it is both a College Alumni and a unit of the International federation of Don Bosco Alumni, giving great networking possibility and connectivity to each member.

The second session began at about 10.35 am with the words of introduction by Fr. Tarcisius Toppo. This was followed by the input session on the functioning of the Don Bosco Alumni by Shri Rajesh Singh. This was followed by the election of the office bearers of the Alumni Unit.

Ms. Joyanti Nag, Asst. Professor, Department of Education and Mr. Bharab Hazarika, asst. Professor, Department of Sociology were elected as secretary and Jt. Secretary respectively. The Principal of the college is ex-officio delegate of the alumni unit. Mr. John Kisku was elected president of the Alumni, Ms. Marzita Saikia, Vice President, Mr. Basil Barla Vice Present (GEX), Mr. Mark Pegu, Treasurer. This was followed by the election of the 5 councilors: Ms. Angelina Tirkey, Ms. Jerina Ekka, Ms. Sunita Soreng, Mr. Martin Minj and Mr. Jay Kondh. For the smooth functioning of the Alumni, a separate office room, bank account with President and delegate as compulsory joint signatories and Secretary / Treasurer on either or basis to be operated (2+1), attend the Provincial Council Meeting, and Annual general body meeting.

John Kisku, the President of the unit, was invited to speak and he invited to consider the alumni activity as opportunities to move forward in life. The delegate appreciated the members present and invited them to make this alumni movement a successful one.

The meeting came to an end with the blessing given by Fr. Tarcisius Toppo. The Alumni Unit met together to discuss about the registration fee and decided to keep the life membership fee at Rs. 500 per person and the scheduling of the next meeting on 16 August 2019, the birthday of Don Bosco. This was followed by a photo session with all the dignitaries at 1. 15 pm.

Reported by: Shibani Topno

“2 Day National Seminar on Ideals of Indian Constitution ends with ‘a call to live the Constitution'”, says Dr. Sheela Paul

28 April 2019: The two day national seminar on “Ideals of Indian Constitution and the contemporary challenges in the higher education” concluded today at 1.00 pm. It was an excellent opportunity to participate two days of national seminar on on 27 & 28 of April 2019 at Don Bosco Institute Guwahati. The inaugural session presided over by Rev. Fr. Januarius Sangma sdb, Salesman Provincial, Guwahati, with the lighting of the Lamp and his message set tone to the Seminar.

The seminar was divided into three main session: a) Principles and Ideals of Indian Constitution,  b) Indian Constitution and independence of the judiciary and challenges and c) religious freedom and modern day challenges against the backdrop of the indian Constitution.

After each session, time was given for discussion and the presence of eminent guests and their interactions enlightened the participants on the values enshrined in the constitution. At the end of the seminar, an action plan was drawn up for our educational institutions.

At the valedictory function, participants were awarded certificates. The participants were grateful and felt enriched by the seminar and pledged to live by the ideals of the Indian Constitution. We are grateful to Don Bosco Higher Education India (DBHEI) and Don Bosco Institute (DBI) for providing wonderful hospitality, an enlightening visit to Assam Don Bosco University, Tapesia, and for the well organised National Seminar.

Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB

Fr. Dr. Policarp along with Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB and Ms. Joyanti Nag of Education Department participate at the Two Day National Seminar

27 April 2019: Fr. Dr. Policarp Xalxo along with Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul CSJB and Ms. Joyanti Nag of Education Department participate in the two day National Seminar organised by Don Bosco Higher Education, India at Don Bosco Institute Guwahati on 27-28 April 2019.

The theme of the National Seminar is : “Ideals of teh Indian Constitution and the Contemporary Challenges in Higher Education Today. Rev Fr. Januarius Sangma, Salesian Provincial of Guwahati Province inaugurated the Seminar. We wish them all the best.

Associate Prof. Mohendra Nath of Melamara College conducts the practical examination for Education 601 & 602 papers today

22 April 2019: The practical examination for the papers 601 and 602 of Education was held today. Associate Professor Mohendra Nath of Melamara College was the external Examiner.

Asst. Professors of the College, Ms. Daisy Gogoi, Sr. Dr. Sheela Paul, Ms. Banya Kasturi Dutta and Ms. Joyanti Nag assisted the external Examiner for the smooth conduct of all the practicals.

We thank Assoc. Prof. Mohendra Nath for his selfless service. He was very happy with the students’ preparedness.

“Mind Spark”, The first Education Departmental magazine, released during the celebration of International Women’s Day

8 March 2019: Rev Sr. Ciciliyamma KM released the first issue of the Education Departmental Magazine today during the celebration of international Women’s Day.

The first publication contained articles, stories, poems, thoughts, jokes, sketches and photographs depicting the staff and students of the departments and the various activities. Klaretso Engtipi, James Soreng, Priya Minj, Rajesh Minj, Priyanka Terangpi, Anjana Guria, Clementina Toppo, Anil Kandulna, Dilbar Barla, Romanus Lugun, Ajay Bara and Victor Kullu were some of the contributors.

Messages from the Principal, Vice Principal & PRO and Administrator & IQAC Coordinator adorned the magazine. We congratulate the editorial team, Manoj Mirdha and Klaretso Engtipi, the staff and the contributors for their hard work and for igniting the minds through this publication.