The College is named after St John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco, the founder of the religious and educational order ‘Salesians of Don Bosco’. Don Bosco was born in 1815, in a poor family near Turin, Italy. By dint of hard work and heroic sacrifices he became a priest in 1841. He dedicated himself to the service of poor youth, offering them food, shelter and education.
Don Bosco College, Tura celebrated National Science Day-2017 on 28th February 2017 with the rest of the country in order to commemorate the invention of ‘RAMAN EFFECT’ by the Indian scientist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on the same day in the year 1928. For his great success in the field of science, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata … Continue reading Celebration of Science Day on 28th February, 2017
The college is celebrating World Environment Day on 3rd June, 2017 The programme will begin at 9.15 a.m. The following activities will mark the event: Environmental Workshop on the theme ‘Connecting People to Nature’ Keynote speaker: Shri P.R. Marak, IFS, Conservator of Forests, Government of Meghalaya Tree plantation on a massive scale Slogan Writing competition … Continue reading The college is celebrating World Environment Day on 3rd June, 2017
The official inauguration of the Academic Year 2017 will be held on 19th June, 2017 at 9.30 a.m.
Vision & Mission
Inspired by the benign and noble teachings of Lord Jesus Christ who declared, ‘I am the Way, the Truth and the Life‘, and guided by the educational philosophy of St. John Bosco, the College has the avowed vision of bringing holistic, quality higher education within the reach of all.”
“To provide an education that is participatory in nature, intellectually competent, multi-skill oriented, value based and socially committed, for the development of persons and enrichment of society.”
Fr George Plathottam SDB
What has impressed me about Don Bosco College, Tura, as one of its most distinct features is its high visibility.