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.
Mazhavillazhak – Inauguration of Women Development Cell
The Women Development Cell (WDC) of Don Bosco College, Mampetta, for the year 2021-22 was inaugurated on 17 November 2021. Adv. Chandini, Vice Chairperson of Mukkom Municipality, was the chief guest at the inaugural function called Mazhavillazhak. She enlightened the students on the constitutional provisions on women and invited the participants to take a strong against all types of injustice towards women. Rev. Dr. Thomas K.O. (Principal), Mr. Vijayan K.V. (Vice Principal), and Ms. Swathi (WDC Coordinator) along with the student office-bearers were present. All the women teachers and students participated.
Instruction on Personal Hygiene
The "Women Development Cell" of Don Bosco College, Mampetta, conducted an offline session on the topic "Personal Hygiene" on 12 November 2021, Friday at 3:00 PM. The session took place under the leadership of the WDC staff members, Mrs. Shyma Chandrasekhar, Mrs. Swathi Mohan and Mrs. Neethu. The participants were the girl students of the first and the second year UG batches. The faculties interacted with the students and provided basic instructions and guidance about personal hygiene.
INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING DAY
November 10 is celebrated as International Accounting Day. It is commemorated in memory of Luca Pacioli, “The father of Modern Accounting”. The celebration of the day aims at promoting the accounting profession, which provides everyone the opportunity to connect with their colleagues and gives opportunity to those interested in this sector. It also honors the Professionals in Accounting. In the light of the indispensable role played by Accounting Standards, whether IGAAP or IFRS, the Department of Commerce in the college held special lectures on accounting standards from 10-12 November.
Awareness Class about Anti-Ragging
Don Bosco College, Mampetta, organized Awareness Class about Anti-Ragging in the college auditorium on 01 November. Mr. Sajith (Sub-Inspector of Police, Mukkom) presented the laws with regard to Prohibition of Ragging. He conscientized the students that if anyone is booked for ragging, that would affect their whole of life. He exhorted everyone to keep away from any allegations and accusations about ragging. He also elaborated upon the procedures in case ragging takes place. Fr. Dr. Thomas K.O. (Principal, Don Bosco College, Mampetta), presided over the meeting. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by Nevil C George (Faculty, Management Department).
NATIONAL VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION DAY 2021
- Awareness Campaign - Don Bosco College, Mampetta celebrated National Voluntary Blood Donation Day on 01 October 2021. Conscientization on Blood Donation was the hallmark of the event. Dr Archana Rajan (Asst. Professor, Transfusion Department, Government Medical College, Kozhikode delivered an inspiring and informative talk. The session from 7 pm to 8 pm was a systematic and wholesome presentation of the topic. It carried up to date information including blood donation during the current pandemic. She motivated the participants to consider it as a social service and responsibility. The event was organized by the Social Service Club of the College in collaboration with the IQAC. The programme started with a prayer and Mr. Vijayan K.V. (Vice Principal) welcomed the gathering. Towards the end of the programme, Fr. Dr. Thomas K.O. (Principal) expressed sincere appreciation and gratitude towards the resource person for her captivating session. The resource person then addressed the clarifications raised by the staff and the students. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by Pooja Johnson (III BA English).
The Celebration of a Legacy – Gandhi Jayanti 2021
Don Bosco College, Mampetta, celebrated Gandhi Jayanti 2021 via Google platform on 02 October from 10:00 to 11:00 am. Mr. Vijayan K.V. (Vice-Principal, Don Bosco College, Mampetta) welcomed the gathering. It was followed by an eloquent talk by Sri. A.P. Muraleedaran (Retd. Government School Teacher and Malayalam writer). The talk highlighted the values Gandhiji lived and communicated - simple and sincere. Fr. Dr. Thomas K.O. (Principal, Don Bosco College, Mampetta) appreciated much the resource person on his enlightening talk. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by Sharon Thomas (student, BA II English) at 11:00 am.