Welcome to Don Bosco College – Tura
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. He opened for them schools, technical schools, youth hostels and oratories.
He founded a society of collaborators and extended his work all over Europe and eventually to all continents.
Don Bosco died on 31 January 1888 and was declared a saint on 1 April 1934.
Don Bosco based his system of education on the three pillars of Reason, Religion and Loving Kindness.
Dept. – Economics
Pooja Yadav (BA18-414)
Gladstone R Marak (BA17-132)
Dept. – Education
Thingtu D Sangma (BA18-388)
Orestina S Marak (BA17-266)
Dept. – English
Thanmeritha D Sangma (BS18-364)
Kasaan Chokchim M Sangma (BA17-184)
Dept. – Sociology
Dodychugasal W Momin (BA18-114)
Marthew T Sangma (BA17-220)
Dept. – Garo
Amalia M Sangma (BA18-009)
Herish Brian M Sangma (BA17-405)
On 17th November the Alumni Association elected the new Executive Council Members to take forward the Alumni Association of the college. The Principal Fr. Bivan Rodriques Mukhim congratulated the newly elected members of the Alumni.
“Inspired by the benign and noble teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ who said, “Iam 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, intellectual competence, multi-skill oriented, value based and socially committed for the development of persons and enrichment of society.”
Thought for the Day
Be the change that you want to see in the world.