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Don Bosco International Head of Higher Education, Fr Marcelo Farfan visited the campus on 20th November 2019. He had met all the teaching and non-teaching staffs and took a session where he discussed about the ideal ways of developing our education system. The session was interesting as well as interactive. He will return to Italy on 21st November 2019.


Making the college proud, a team of 10 students from Don Bosco arts and Science College won the third prize in Inter-collegiate ball badminton championship. Adding glory to the victory, Stenil-P-Jacob-BCom-Finance - (2019-22) has been selected to University ball badminton selection camp.


To the pride of Don Bosco Arts and Science College Angadikadavu, Ancy C. and Mariya PJ - MCJ (2018 - 20 Batch) were selected by Asianet News. The selection was done after written test, group discussion, camera test and personal interview. Congratulations both of You.


Hearty congratulations to Vipin Muraleedharan – MCJ (2011-2013 Batch) who is the one and only cameraman chosen from Asianet News channel to go to NASA in USA on 21st October 2019, for the production of 7-episode programme 'Space Salute'. He is in the US now and will return on 2nd November 2019.


Don Bosco Arts and Science College, Angadikadavu marks a thunder victory in the intercollegiate tug of war championship held at Govinda Pai Memorial Government College, Manjeswaram. For the first time in the history of Don Bosco, the women's team bagged the championship title. The Men's team retained the second position. 12 students (6 Men, 6 Women) selected form our college for the University selection camp.


Adding another feather to the cap of Don Bosco arts and science college, Angadikadavu, Jyothika George from Third year B.Com has been selected in the Kerala team for National Tug of war tournament which was held on 29th July, 2019


Fr. Dr. Francis Karackat, Principal Don Bosco Arts and Science College Angadikadavu was elected for the Msgr. C J Varky Memorial Shalom Media Award, given by the Catholic church for, the best writer of the year. The award consists of rupees 25,000, citation and momentum. Church president Kardinal Mar Baseleos Kliimis Catholic Bava presented the award in the function held at Peruvannamoozhi. Fr. Dr. Francis Karackat is also the chief of editor of Don Bosco Magazine.


The National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers at Don Bosco Arts and Science College conducted a rain walk on 07-07-2019 to experience nature and its variants. The team visited Chettayi Para, a breath taking waterfall near Vaniyapara. ‘Our main aim was to know about the nature and to get insight on how to improve immunity and resist illness, said Nithin Kuttan , Head of Physical Education Department. 73 volunteers joined the walk with the assistance of Ms Jisha, faculty of English Department.


NSS students stage a flash mob on Anti Drugs Day in major towns on 26th June, 2019


To celebrate the International Yoga Day (21-06-20109), the National Service Scheme organised a special program which was inaugurated by Sanju. M, District President, Art of Living. Fr. Dr. K.O Thomas (Rector and Manager) gave speech about the importance of being healthy and how yoga helped him to maintain a healthy life style.70 volunteers participated in the program which was coordinated by Ms Jisha and Mr Nithin Kuttan


On the occasion of reading day in Kerala (June 19th ), the department of English organised a quiz competition to foster the importance of reading among the students. First position was bagged by the students from English department followed by the journalism department. Congratulations to the winners.


‘An act of kindness, no matter how small, to never wasted’. This creates an exact foundation to the extension program organized by M.Com students on 20-06-2019. The first and second year students accompanied by Mrs Deepthi, visited Mythri Bhavan, an old age home in Aralam. The students organized entertainment program and arranged lunch for the old-age people. A small amount was contributed by the students. Kudos to the team!!!


On the occasion of World Environment Day (June 5th), the National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers cleaned the areas near Don Bosco Arts and Science College and also took initiative to clean the nearby areas of Angadikadavu river. The volunteers made 50 soak pits to harvest rain water near Angadikadavu. The program was coordinated by the NSS Programme Officers, Ms Jisha, faculty of English department and Mr Nithin Kuttan, Director of Physical Education department. 69 volunteers had participated in the program.