SKILLOSOPHIA the National webinar on "skills, knowledge and interventions for social workers during Covid 19 pandemic. Organized by Donbosco college Angadikkadavu in association with KAPS and IQAC.

Don Bosco Arts & Science College NSS Units 47 & 72 conducted an online quiz competition on 05-06-2021. Nayana Jolly from BA third year won the first prize and Deekshith Dileep from BBA second year won the second prize

Shonima from Don Bosco BCom Cooperation Wins First Prize and Adona Binoy from Navajyoti college wins Second Prize for Intercollegiate Drawing Competition

The National Service Scheme Units 47 and 52 of Don Bosco Arts and Science College , Angadikadavu celebrates International Nurses Day (May 12) .

Don Bosco Arts & Science College , Angadikadavu in collaboration with ISDC, a Skill Development Company offering B. Com with Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Business from ACCA – Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK Professional Qualification.

Be a Partner with Don Bosco NSS #Saving Lives & Aiding the Needy #Pre-Covid Vaccination Blood Donation Campaign challenged by NSS unit Don Bosco Arts and Science College Angadikadavu

Don Bosco Wins Runner-up Championship in Kannur University Intercollegiate Tug-of-War Tournament in Women’s Section 

MSc Counselling Psychology and MA English Literature Students Share Second Prize with Scintillating Performance ................... Amal & Avanika Declared Best Performers .................. In the Talent Hunt, the interdepartmental competition conducted on March 29, from 10 am to 5.15 pm, giving opportunities for all the fifteen UG and PG batches of freshers who joined Don Bosco Arts & Science College this year, the winners were the students belonging to the Department of Journalism. The MSc Counselling Psychology and MA English Literature students bagged the second prize with both having the same score. The best performers of the Talent Hunt were Amal Salil from BCom Computer Application and Avani Sajeev from MSc Counselling Psychology.

Nehad of BCA First year has won the first prize in Kannur District Best Physique championship award which was held on March 28,2021 at Kannur.

The Department of Social Work organized training in Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) for the second year students of MSW on 27 and 28 March 2021. The practical sessions on the second day were held at Valathode. People are the best source of knowledge in social matters. PRA is an approach aimed at eliciting information from rural people and deliberating upon a plan for local development. It is a pack of more than 15 methods to gather reliable information from the society. Students gathered information from the rural people– history, migration, climate, agriculture, cattle, water sources, income, and scores of other topics. The local people actively shared the base line knowledge about their habitation. In the mean time, the students deepened their knowledge of PRA. The training lasted late into night on both the days. Intermittent power disruption, acute shortage of drinking water, lack of range for mobile, destruction of crops by wild animals, etc. were the most critical problems faced by the people. Mr. Shaji KV (Program Officer, SHREYAS, Wayanad) and Mr Xavierkutty Francis (Assistant Professor and Social Work, Academic Coordinator, Don Bosco Arts and Science College) led the training.

In the university level intercollegiate chess tournament held at MM Knowledge Arts & Science College, Don Bosco Arts & Science College won the third prize in women’s category. Sreya KS (BCom Computer Application), the captain, Arunima Vijayan (BSW), Archana Tomy (BCom Finance), Sanika Tom (BSc Maths), Anumol K Benny (BA English) and Anuja Johnson (BCom Finance) are now eligible to get grace marks in the university examinations

6 MSW First Year students of DonBosco Arts and Science College Angadikadavu have joined hands with the Govt. of Kerala in addressing the precarious health situation of Kannur in Kerala.   They are on a fortnight-long intense drive, at the Taluk Hospitals at Iritty and Peravoor and the Primary Health Centres at Angadikadavu, Karikottakari, Ulikkal and Vallithode to facilitate the Covid Vaccination and other health services on behalf of the common citizens of the country.   The whole day, 9 am to 4 pm, is spent in conscientization, surveys, visits to houses, etc.  They serve while learning the art of being a professional social worker.  In the thick of the current health hazards, it is a challenge to reach out to those in need.