1.Philosophy Department - Quiz
On the 24th of October, 2019, the Department of Philosophy organized the Quiz Competition. In his talk, the principal motivated the students that the quiz is one of the informative ways of learning. He further urged the students to avail the new means of learning provided by the college. Welcoming the gathering, Karbuish Momin, the 5th Semester student expressed his gratitude and joy that the quiz Competition would enhance the knowledge of each and every student. The Competition comprised of four teams having six members each. At the end of the competition, Team B bagged the First Prize followed by the Team A in the Second Place and the Team C and D secured the third place.
2.Department of Philosophy – Seminar on World Religion
The Department of Philosophy, Don Bosco College, Tura, organized a day long seminar on the theme “World Religions : Prospects and Challenges” on 7th September, 2017 . The Seminar was sponsored by SBI, Chandmary Branch, Tura and co-sponsored by Vodafone Tura. There were five papers presented by the students on “the Basic Concept of Religion”, “Tribal Religion”, “Hinduism”, “Christianity” and “Islamism”. Dr. Manav Deb, Former Principal of B.Ed College, Rongkhon was the Chief Guest for the event . About 150 Philosophy Honours students from 1st, 3rd and 5th Semester took part in the programme which began with the inaugural function wherein the students welcomed the Chief Guest in a traditional manner . Dr. Prabhat Ch. Mohanty, HOD, Dept. Of Philosophy welcomed everyone to the seminar on behalf of all the students and staff. The Chief Guest exhorted the students to be the channels of spreading joy and happiness .
3.Seminar on “Religious Perspectives on the Problem of Suffering and Liberation”
The Philosophy departmental seminar was held at Bosco Hall on 19th October 2019 at 10:00 A.M. The theme of the seminar was “Religious Perspectives on the Problem of Suffering and Liberation”. The seminar was inaugurated by the Principal of the college Rev. Fr Bivan Rodriques Mukhim.
The welcome speech was given by Dr. Wanphai Mary K. Japang. Asst. Professor Ferick Salnang D. Sangma introduced the participants of the seminar. The 5th semester Honours students were divided into four groups and each group presented papers on the problem of suffering and liberation as being conceived, understood and interpreted by different religions such as Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The first, third and fifth semester students attended and actively participated in the seminar. The seminar concluded with a vote of thanks from Asst. Professor Friangky M. Marak.