Capacity building and Extension Programs Committee conducts activities both on and off campus for the benefit of society for a better environment to live in.
Apart from teaching students about their field of interest, the college strives to groom students for the real world. Whether they wish to pursue further studies or move into the workforce, there are several talks and training programs organized to help shape students for the future. The college has a dedicated career guidance and placement committee instituted for this sole purpose
Don Bosco College maintains a clean and green campus that stimulates a healthy learning environment. The committee encourages and educates students to care about their social duties towards nature in a fun and inclusive manner.
The years a student spends in college is crucial to his overall development. The cultural committee provides a perfect platform to learn, respect, understand and exchange different cultures. The aim of the committee is to create an environment that encourages the overall education and helps create multi-talented individuals.
As part of its 'Preventive System' Don Bosco College lays its emphasis on Reason for the holistic development of a student.
To ensure that performance is at its best, we follow a process of obtaining regular feedback from students, teachers and other stakeholders with the intention of attaining higher standards in everything we do.
• The committee is responsible for ensuring that after every internal evaluation, the marks/ grades are informed to the student within 15 days along with feedback to improve performance
• After Semester End Exams, this committee will ensure that every subject’s marks are submitted to the coordinator within a week
• At the end of every semester, feedback of students will be taken for every subject
• The committee will also ensure that a management and teacher evaluation is carried out at the end of the year by the teachers
The Examination Committee is responsible for the smooth conduct of examinations. Under the guidance of the Principal, the Examination Chief Conductor, the committee meticulously plans and executes the examinations according to Goa University guidelines.
Extension Programmes are meant to benefit society and allow students an opportunity to extend their support and assistance to the outer society.
ID cards give a sense of identity and belonging to each student. ID Cards help to identify and control access for currently enrolled students. Students who are active can easily gain access to the buildings, locker rooms, library, auditorium, parking areas, and other facilities while those who are not enrolled at the campus cannot. ID cards contain important information that is vital in an emergency like the emergency contact information and the blood group.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) was established in September 2020 with the main objective of developing a quality system that ensures consistent improvement in the performance of the institution.
The IQAC works to ensure that the college adheres to a certain standard of excellence in all of its academic pursuits. The IQAC seeks to organise and cultivate a spirit of enquiry in teachers and students thereby upholding the vision of developing lifelong learners.
Library is a springboard to the future. The more you spend time in it today, the more you will benefit later. Our vast library has thousands of books for you to read, to study, to research and have an extra edge over the others. It is also a place for ideation, planing and execution. Relax as you read and enjoy the friendship of your favourite authors.
Every human being has a potential to grow and progress in life with good values and virtues. The committee is focused on inculcating these values and virtues in all students. The committee understands the need to strengthen spirituality and develop inner peace in order to help students live a more balanced life and become stronger, conscientious and caring individuals in society.
“The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but how it thinks.” The literary committee of Don Bosco College plays an active role in encouraging students to delve into the literary arts not only to better their knowledge of it but also to get them to analyse, think critically and thereafter express themselves when they get an opportunity to do so.
Mass media is one of the most powerful tools of communication in current times. Since the student's life at Don Bosco College is eventful and memorable, these memories are captured, preserved and shared with the world. The Media and Publicity Committee is the link between the college and the media world.
Meteora is an annual inter-collegiate event hosted by the College. Meteora is a platform where students showcase their talents in various aspects. Every year the committee has a theme-based event.
The Newsletter, Bosco Beats, is a printed copy of new reports and developments concerning the activities that take place during each quarter of the year.
Attention to detail is a very important facet of any institution. In a college having so many students, it is important that details are not forgotten. That’s why, we have an accomplished faculty designated as the Nodal Officer of the college.
Ragging is a menace that hinders academic progress as well as the social and personal growth of students. Ragging is not permitted on campus and the committee does everything in its power to prevent it from happening.
Don Bosco College stands for equality and fairness. Any form of violence, sexual harassment and exploitation is an offence punishable by the law. This committee addresses all cases that fall under this category.
Don Bosco campus has always been associated with sports. With excellent sports resources available on campus like football grounds, basket ball court, tennis court, badminton court, the Oratory, the clubhouse etc. the college supports and encourages sports talent on campus through various sports activities, competition and events.
This committee is formed with aim of overall development of students. This committee intends to provide support to student development programmes, counselling for students, cocurricular activities and many more.
The Student Welfare and Redressal Committee promotes an inclusive environment for students of all backgrounds and cultures and also addresses and resolves grievances. It is a means by which a student who believes that he/she has been treated unfairly with respect to his/her academic or administrative affairs or is has been discriminated against can receive redressal. It is a device to settle a problem. It involves a process of investigation in which the Student’s Grievance Cell enquires and analyses the nature and pattern of the grievances in a strictly confidential manner. Matters are disclosed only to those who have a legitimate role in resolving the matter. Emphasis on procedural fairness has been given with a view to the right to be heard and right to be treated without bias.
Procedure to follow:
The GRC shall follow the principles of natural justice while redressing the grievances of students.
Level 1: Staff Level
In the first level, the aggrieved may discuss the issue with the staff concerned within 5 days of the event. This informal process aims at resolving the grievance at a lower level, wherever feasible.
Level 2: Departmental Grievance Redressal Cell (DGRC)
This is a formal level wherein, in case the aggrieved is not satisfied with the outcome of Staff Level, she/he may approach the Grievance Redressal Cell (GRC) by filling the online form here - https://forms.gle/SA8ACNHLRX84aPjw9 within 10 days of the event.
The same will be forwarded to the concerned Departmental Grievance Redressal Cell (DGRC). The Head of the department along with the members of the GRC shall resolve, where possible, the grievance and notify all parties (student, faculty involved, GRC) in writing. The redressal report shall be submitted to the Principal within 15 days from the date of grievance reported.
Level 3: College Grievance Redressal Cell (CGRC)
In case of inter-department grievance, the GRC forwards the request for redressal to the CGRC or if the grievance is not resolved at DGRC level, the aggrieved student may approach the CGRC within 10 days after receiving the report from DGRC. The CGRC, which includes the Principal, Department Heads and members of the GRC shall then investigate the issue within 15 days from date of reporting. The CGRC shall submit the report to the College Director within 15 instructional days from the date of grievance reported and shall provide the copy of the report to the aggrieved students.
The Women’s Cell is constituted to help maintain a harmonious atmosphere at the institute, to enable women to pursue their work/ studies with dignity and reassurance. The committee promotes a sense of equality on the campus giving women equal opportunities to excel in their own fields. This generates a sense of confidence in women making them more outspoken and productive thereby helping the community progress.