Our Health Minister Shylaja Teacher extends her special greetings to Don Bosco Arts & Science College, Angadikadavu, for the Nurses’ Day Celebrations on Wednesday, May 12.

IQAC of Don Bosco Arts & Science College organised 'Workshop on Academic Mentoring' on March 6,2021 for the Staff.

Don Bosco Arts & Science College, Angadikadavu is now on NAAC mode. Imploring God’s blessings, the final step in the accreditation process was taken, submitting the Institutional Information for Quality Assessment (IIQA) to NAAC successfully. After the acceptance of IIQA by NAAC, the Self Study Report (SSR), with the required documents will have to be uploaded in the portal of NAAC website within 45 days. The data submitted on Quantitative Metrics will be subjected to Data Validation and Verification (DVV) process by NAAC. The responses to Qualitative Metrics will be reviewed by the Peer Team on site visit. Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS) will be conducted by NAAC simultaneously with DVV process. The SSS questionnaire will be e-mailed to all students. Peer Team Visit to the college will be the final stage of NAAC accreditation process. Being in the most crucial stage of the accreditation process, I earnestly request the prayers and the support of parents, students and staff. Our appeal to God is to gift us the Grade we deserve ........

Fr. Rapson from the Retreat Centre, Avila Sadan, Edoor blessed the area demarcated for the construction of Sneha Veedu for a deserving family at Edoor. The land for the construction of Sneha Veedu was offered by Avila Sadan. Fr. Dr. Kuriakose Pallikunnel, Head, Department of Psychology, addressed the gathering. NSS programme officer Jisha E, Assistant Professor, Department of English, coordinated the ceremony. NSS volunteers and well-wishers graced the occasion. Parents are now urged to be close partners with the management, staff and students in this noble project of ‘homing the homeless.’ Please contact the class teacher to be a partner in Sneha Veedu Project. Video Link -

The Department of Journalism’s march, widening the spectrum of recognitions and awards, is on fast pace.... One of the most popular YouTube channels among the Keralites ‘Come on Everybody’ is recognised officially today and raised to the top, with its anchors Pinchu and Sachin winning the best couple vlogger award from 24, a leading 24-hour news channel in Malayalam. Pinchu and Sachin were MCJ students of Don Bosco Arts & Science College seven years ago. Pinchu was also a Faculty in the Department of Journalism here for two years. We feel proud of Sachin and Pinchu.

Four Others Score Above 75% : Sruthi PT - 79.8%, Sr. Teresa R - 78.7%, Apsara Rose - 77.3%, Laya Elizabeth - 76.75%, Anjana K - 75.06%. Congratulations to HoD Fr. Dr. KO Thomas, the other teachers, students and their family members on this achievement.

The saga of best placement of MA Journalism students from Don Bosco Arts & Science College in the mainstream media continues... Abel Babu, currently pursuing his MA Journalism here, is appointed as a broadcast journalism trainee in Media One Channel, after clearing the written test and interview.  Congratulations, Abel. 

The offline classes in the college for First Year BSc Psychology Students will be held from February 22 Monday to March 12, Friday. The offline classes in the college for the Second Year BSc Psychology Students will be held from February 22 Monday to March 5, Friday. Their study leave will be from March 6 to March 14. The latest COVID negative certificate and the consent letter of the parent, should be submitted to the class teacher for entry in the classroom. The consent letter form is to be collected from the class teacher.

Outstanding Performance from Second Semester MA Journalism Students in University Examinations ..........100 % Pass........... Sonnet Mathew secures A Grade with  80.91%, Athira James - 78.75%, Tona Tomy - 78.49%, Abel  Babu  -78%, Fr. Bivaldin - 77% . Hearty congratulations to HoD Fr. Bastin, Class Teacher Nithu Miss, the other journalism teachers. students and their family members on this superb stride, boosting up the image of Don Bosco Arts & Science College... Thanks be to God Almighty....

Seven Students Secure First Class..It was an amazing performance from the part of the second year MA English Literature students from Don Bosco Arts & Science College, in the Second Semester University Examinations. Through their hard work, determination, and perseverance, with the caring personal follow-up of the teachers, and with the blessings from God, the pass percentage was brought up to 93.3%.  Though MA English Literature is a PG Programme, for which the University Toppers normally secure marks below 70 %, seven of them could score above 60%. Anagha Nambiar  - 67%, Sandra Manoj - 66.50%, Gifty Treesa Jose - 64.75%, Stiniya Raj - 64.50%, Aiswarya Dominic - 64.25%, Anand Jacob - 61.25%, Amurtha K - 60% . Congratulations to English Department HoD Sarath Sir, MA English Incharge Deepa Miss, Class Teacher Aleena Miss,all the other MA English Teachers, students, and their family members, on this academic leap, elevating the credibility of Don Bosco Arts & Science College..... Thanks be to God Almighty...

Having won Kannur University’s best NSS Unit, best NSS Programme Officer and best NSS Volunteer Awards in 2018 and 2020, and having constructed three houses (Sneha Veedu) for three homeless families consecutively in the last three years, NSS volunteers are now on another challenging venture: a Sneha Veedu for a deserving mother.

Thara Sunil from Second Year BSc Psychology and Neeraj AV from Second Year BA English Literature will represent Don Bosco Arts & Science College in the Chief Minister’s ‘Students’ Meet: Nava Keralam Yuva Keralam’ Programme in Kannur University on Saturday, February 13. 

The First Semester MSW students, accompanied by the Staff Coordinator Zhavierkutty Francis Sir, and the Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work Shamroc D Couto Miss, were in Wayanad on Friday, February 12, visiting two social service agencies of repute catering to the marginalised: Wayanad Social Service Society (WSSS) in Mananthavady belonging to the Catholic Diocese of Mananthavady, and SHREYAS, the Social Service Society, under the Malankara Catholic Diocese of Sulthan Bathery. Project Officer Shaji KP at SHREYAS, and Programme Manager, PA Jose at WSSS took orientation sessions and students had a guided tour to the various segments of both these agencies. Orientation visits are envisaged in MSW curriculum to familiarise the students with the burning issues faced by the society today, and to develop a critical understanding of the society's response to these contemporary concerns through the wide range of services of these professional agencies.

Olivia Varghese and Irin Dilna Santy from First Year MA English Literature, and Athira S Nair from Third Year BCom Computer Applications are in the Mixed Tug-of-War Team ... Aleena TS from Second Year MSW and Asha P Biju from Second Year BSW are in the Tug-of-War Women’s Team.