Meghalaya Governor visits Don Bosco College, Tura
The Honourable Governor of Meghalaya, Shri Tathagata Roy visited Don Bosco College, Tura on 18th February 2019 and inaugurated India Start-Up India Meghalaya Yatra.
On his arrival the honourable guest was proudly ushered in by the NCC cadets and welcomed with cheerful applause by the staff and students. Thereafter, Rev. Fr. Bivan Mukhim delivered the formal welcome address and felicitated the Honourable Governor with Garo traditional kotip and jacket and memento of the college.
The Principal also felicitated the other dignitaries accompanying the honourable guest. The honourable Governor took time to address the staff and students of the college and reminded them of the great heritage that they have received as Indians. He pointed out that India is a unique country with great variety of castes, cultures, languages, yet she is an integral whole. He stated that the vast country of India with all its multiplicity also accommodates the identity of each individual and urged those present to be proud of being in Indians. Reminiscing about his education in St. Lawrence’s School and later in Catholic university, the Governor spoke fondly and appreciatively of the Catholic institutions in general. The dignitaries and the college observed two minutes silent to pray for the CRPF jawans who were killed in Jammu and Kashmir.