Mission & Vision

VISION OF THE COLLEGE
“The glory of God is a human fully alive” lies at the very heart of the educational philosophy of St. John Bosco. It is therefore our vision to assist the young in the pursuit of “virtue and knowledge” so as to enable the young to be ‘fully alive’ and live life to the full.


MISSION OF THE COLLEGE
To offer “quality education” that provides each student with a free, cheerful and friendly learning environment to acquire knowledge, expertise, values and interpersonal skills to face the challenges of life.
To impart sound and quality education through integral and holistic approach for the all-round development of the human person by inculcating in the students the virtues of piety, integrity, freedom, accountability, self-reliance, discipline and altruism.

DON BOSCO’S PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Don Bosco based his system of education on the three pillars of “Reasonableness, Religious conviction and Kindness”. He looked after the youth as a caring father and dedicated himself totally to their welfare. He did not visualize education in isolation from the needs of the community. Vocational guidance, training and job placement were integral to his vision and mission.
Accordingly at Don Bosco College, we believe in:
* An education that is affordable to the average categories of society;
* Creating an educative family of students, staff and management, marked by transparency, mutual respect, constant interaction and caring support;
* Aiming at the integrated development of our students and empowerment of our staff – teaching and non-teaching;
* Building competence and skills for employability and quality of life;
* Inculcating the spiritual and moral value systems that sustain individuals and society;
* Extension services beyond the campus and beyond self.

DON BOSCO COLLEGE: A BRIEF HISTORY

Don Bosco Educational Society Established ‘Don Bosco Centre, Bongaigaon’, which was formally inaugurated, blessed and dedicated to the youth of BTAD as a tribute to St. John Bosco on the occasion of the bi-centenary of his birth, on 1st August, 2015. In the initial year, the centre conducted vocational training courses for the under privileged youth of the region. In 2016 Don Bosco Junior College was established with Higher Secondary courses in Arts, Commerce and Science. It was affiliated to Assam Higher Secondary Education Council. In 2019 Don Bosco College was established. The college is affiliated to the Bodoland University (BU) and follows Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS).
There is also a hostel for boys run by the Fathers and a hostel for girls run by the Salesian Sisters (FMA) who closely collaborate with the Salesians in all the activities of the Centre, the Junior College and the Degree College.