Salesians of Don Bosco came to Mampetta in the year 1989. They began the work for the youth of the locality by organizing a daily Youth Centre and giving tuition classes to the local children. Soon an Industrial Training Centre and a Computer Centre were begun offering various job oriented training programmes. The ITI got its approval from NCVT- Government of India in 1997. Plus two programme was started in 2005 imparting Higher Secondary Education to the aspiring and deserving students. Later on, to cater to more youth of the neighbourhood and to make them responsible citizens, the institution launched into the higher education sector. Don Bosco College received the official sanction from the Government of Kerala and approval from University of Calicut in 2013 and the first batch of students were enrolled in the same year itself. The institution spares no effort in imparting integral and quality education to lead the students to self-transformation and to make them agents of social development and enrichment.Read More
Don Bosco College, Mampetta with its motto “Crescat et Floreat” (Grow and Glow) aims at imparting quality education to its beneficiaries. The College is part of the worldwide Don Bosco Institutions present in 133 countries, and is affiliated to the University of Calicut, Kerala. Education, especially Higher Education, is not just for passing the University examinations, but for scoring high grades in life. It is a process of “Human Renaissance”, through which one is able to realize the depth of one’s innate being which will enable the individuals to become positive agents of social transformation.
Don Bosco College, Mampetta spares no effort in imparting integrated education to the students keeping in mind this process of human renaissance through value education, personality development classes, self-discipline, social involvement and other such programmes.
“Education is a matter of the heart,” said Don Bosco. So Don Bosco College campus offers a family atmosphere in a ‘home away from home’ environment.
My wish and prayer is that all the students on the campus may realize the importance of this human renaissance and may respond positively to ensure a bright future for them and may contribute their share to build up a better society for all to live in peace and harmony.
HONOURING MUKKAM MUNICIPALITY CLEANING STAFF
Don Bosco College, Mukkam, honoured the cleaning staff of Mukkam Municipality on 15 August 2021 as part of the Independence Day celebration. The event organized by the Social Service Club of the college was held at E.M.S Auditorium, Mukkam. Sri P.T Babu, (Chairman, Mukkam Municipality) inaugurated the programme presided over by Fr Jeeson (Director, Don Bosco College). The president along with Fr Dr Thomas K.O. (Principal) distributed the mementos. Advocate Chandini (Deputy Chairperson, Mukkam Municipality) and Sri Kunjan Master (Chairman, Standing Committee, Mukkam Muncipality) also felicitated during the ceremony. Fr James (Administrator, Don Bosco College), Ms Shyma (IQAC Don Bosco College), Pooja Johnson and Krishna Priya (students, Don Bosco College), Salim Poyilil, T.V. Nizar Babu, and Backer Colour Balloon (Ente Mukkam group members) joined hands in giving away the gifts to the cleaning members. Sri Baiju Poozhiyil proposed the vote of thanks on behalf of the honoured staff. The honouring ceremony started with the welcome speech of Vijayan K.V. (Vice Principal, Don Bosco College,) and concluded with the vote of thanks by Sharon Thomas (BA English student, Don Bosco College,) at 12:30 pm. Vijayan K.V. Liya Sussone Mathai Coordinator Secretary
Hindi diwas (Day) is celebrated every year on 14 September to inculcate love for Hindi language and to conscientize on the importance of the day. Don Bosco College marked the Hindi Diwas 2021 with online programmes. Students prepared and shared a video with greetings of the day. In Poster Making Competition with the theme of Hindi Diwas the First position was secured by Alfred Johns of Second Year BA and the Second by Vishnu Vijay of Second Year BA.
National Reading Day
The Department of Commerce created a video in relation with National Reading Day. Ms. Prabhisha K (M.Com Semester IV) and Mr. Sijo Thomas (Semester B. Com VI) delivered messages. Mr. Britto Thomas (B.Com Semester V), Mr. Blesson (B.Com Semester I) and Ms. Anjali (B.Com Semester I) gave reviews of the most influenced books they had read. The video helped to spread the importance of reading among all the students.
Inter Department Quiz Competition
The Department of Commerce organized Book Nook, Inter Department Quiz Competition, on 19 June 2021 at 2.00 pm in relation with National Reading Day. This programme held on Google Meet was highly interesting and informative.
National Environmental Day
Students of the Department of Commerce created a video named “Petricore” on the occasion of the National Environmental Day, 5 June. The video records the Fifth Semester students of B.Com Semester planting trees in their homes. The video underlines the importance of environmental protection in this century. Ms. Nisha V L (HoD) Ms. Neethu B P (Secretary)
Week-long Onam Celebrations with competitions in Onam specific items are being held at Don Bosco College from 11 to 18 August. The four academic departments of the college are organizing the online event from 2 to 3.30 pm. Sri Linto Joseph, MLA (Thiruvambady), will grace the concluding function on 18 August.