NSS Volunteers reach out to flood affected schools located along the banks of Dhansiri river in Bokhaghat area
August 9, 2019
9 Aug 2019: The NSS Unit of Don Bosco College, Golaghat, organized a fund raising at the college campus to provide relief to the school children affected by the flood.
Ms. Sushmita Bora Rongpipi identified two schools, Rongali Huti Mazdoor L P School and Jugonia Deuliya Prathonik L P School. These schools are in the village Jugonia Ati which is located on the banks of Dhansiri river in the Bokhaghat area. These schools belong to the Western Education Block of Golaghat District.
At Rongali Huti Mazdoor LP School, around 150 students were present. Shri Tarun Bora, Headmaster along with the staff invited the public leaders and social workers of the area to witness the program. Mr. Joyanta Bora, one of the social worker was also present.
The school children presented an Assamese Prayer son ‘Diha Naam’ and also performed a short cultural program to welcome the visitors. Ms. Sushmita Bora Rongpipi, NCC Program officer of the college, spoke about the concern Don Bosco College and the NSS Volunteers had for those affected by the ongoing flood situation.
After this, students were given out relief items in the form of sanitary items and food items to the children. As the second school was only still partially open, the relief materials were handed over to the school authorities for distribution.
The NSS volunteers visited the schools and saw the flood affected area. As the flood level reached above the window level of the schools and houses, many of the buildings sustained much damage and the schools are still limping back to normal.
The following NSS volunteers accompanied the program officer for relief works: Sazidur Rahman, Emanuel Lakra, Pranjal Tanti, Rimon Lakra, Sunami Osga, Sumila Kerketta and Monika Tirkey.
Don Bosco NSS Unit organises planting of Medicinal and aromatic plants on world environment day
June 5, 2018
5 Jun: Ms. Sushmita Rongpipi, the program officer of NSS Unit, Don Bosco College, Golaghat organised a very special program to inculcate values of Environment protection and preservation in the NSS volunteers. She collected various medicinal, aromatic and fruit bearing plants and organised plantation of the same in the college campus. They also cleaned and maintained the NSS Garden.
At the end of the program, all the volunteers were served light refreshments. We wish the NSS volunteers all the best.
Sr Sweta William Parmar CCV animates volunteers on Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan
November 25, 2017
25 Nov : Sr. Sweta William Parmar CCV, Asst. Prof, Department of Commerce and NSS Program Officer of Don Bosco College Maram, Manipur came to animate the NSS Special camp as a Resource Person. She took sessions on Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan and Plastic Free Environment. Through motivational videos and group dynamics, she conveyed effectively on how to maintain personal health, hygiene, keeping surrounding clean and how to become an agent of change for others. She also took part in the social work at the adopted village and interacted with the villagers.
NSS Special camp inaugurated by Prof Podmewsar Katoni along with Fr. Jose and Thomas from Jalandhar
November 25, 2017
23 Nov: The first ever NSS special camp began today at 9.30 am with a colourful inauguration. Visiting fathers from the diocese of Jalandhar, Rev Fr. Jose Padayatty, Financial Administrator of the diocese and Rev Fr. Thomas Kolencherry, Parish Priest, Jalandhar along with Prof Podmeswar Katoni were on the dias for the inaugural Function.
Fr. Jose Padayatty recalling the message of Late Abdul Kalam, encouraged the students to become a better human being and realise one’s full potential. Fr. Thomas Kolencherry exhorted them to cultivate healthy habits which will transform their future.
The resource person of the day, spelt out the road map for the special camp and encouraged the NSS Volunteers to be enthusiastic and committed Volunteers.