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 is located in a sylvan surrounding, against the background of the imposing Tura Peak. Don Bosco College is a Registered Society and is permanently affiliated to North Eastern Hill University (NEHU) for Degree Courses in Arts, Science and Commerce.
The College has 2 hostels: (a) Don Bosco College Boys’ Hostel and (b) Margaret Bosco Girls’ Hostel. Don Bosco College is a Registered Society and is permanently affiliated to
The College has a well-equipped computer centre with 60 computers.
Saint John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco, was a priest of the Catholic Church, who came to the rescue
The Salesian Provincial Superior is the President of the Governing Body of the College. The College was established in 1987 with the intention of bringing higher education
Don Bosco College is a Registered Society and is permanently affiliated to North Eastern Hill University (NEHU) for Degree Courses in Arts, Science and Commerce
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.