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Salesian College, Sonada (SCS), Darjeeling, a Don Bosco Institution is the first college under University of North Bengal and entire northeast India to operate a Community Radio.
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In the first semester results announced by North Bengal University (NBU), under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) syllabus, the Salesian College Sonada girls overwhelmingly beat boys in highest grade scores. Among the toppers are four girls securing SGPA 8 and above on a score of 10. SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) is a grading system […]
At a simple ceremony held at Principal’s office at Salesian College Sonada a group of four BA Mass Communication students from Assam Don Bosco University Guwahati who had month long campus radio internship with Radio Salesian 90.8 FM had their advance graduation ceremony. After Principal Dr George Thadathil placed a khada (ceremonial stole) on each […]
Darjeeling: Radio Salesian Station Director Fr C.M. Paul declared the winners of Jingle Bells Season – 3 on 2nd January 2019. The competition consisted of presenting original Christmas carol songs in English or Nepali language. The Carol Broadcasts and voting started on Radio Salesian Facebook page from 3 pm on Saturday 22 December and ended […]
Darjeeling — A group of four BA Mass Communication students from Assam Don Bosco University Guwahati undergoing month long campus radio internship at Radio Salesian 90.8 FM are hosting one-hour live radio program from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday since 21st December 2018. They will conclude their intense hands-on radio internship training […]
Salesian College, established in Shillong, in 1933, was shifted to Sonada, in 1938. It comes under section 2(f) and 12 (B) of UGC Act, 1956. In 1935, SCS received affiliation to the Calcutta University for I.A., and in1948 for B.A. Course in English, History and Latin followed by Economics in 1950. In 1962 its affiliation was transferred from Calcutta University as one of the founding colleges of NBU.
It was in 1970 and 1979 that SCS received affiliation for B.A. Honours Course in English and History respectively. Later on SCS introduced Education and Philosophy as B.A. subjects. In 2006 it received affiliation for Education Honours course.
The College opened a Computer Skills Department in 2002, offering the DIT and ADIT courses of C-DAC, Pune, the Computer Application Certificate Course of NBU in 2004. In 2005, Career oriented programmes of Communicative English and Tourism & Travel Management have been initiated followed by Certificate course in Music from June 2007. SCS is also recognized as an IGNOU study centre from May 2005 offering courses in B.A., B.Com., CIC and CLP.
Salesian College, Siliguri campus was inaugurated on 9th July 2009. Siliguri campus offers B.Com Honours courses in Accountancy and Management, B.Com General, B.Sc Computer Science Honours with Statistics & Mathematics as electives. The COP courses in Travel & Tourism Management, Computer Application, Communicative English and Music are also offered as options.
SCS was accredited by NAAC on 16 September 2004 and was given the Grade C++ (Institutional Score between 65-70%). On 26 February 2010 Salesian College has been conferred the status of a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) by UGC, New Delhi and into its 2nd Cycle from 1st April 2014. In March 2012, the College was re-accredited by NAAC with ‘A’ grade (CGPA of 3.16 out of 4) to be the first College to receive such grade under the University of North Bengal.
Salesian Publications, Salesian Research Institute and Salesian Translation Centre offer opportunities for capacity building for aspiring teaching and research personnel of the region. Salesian College Extension Activities Centre has trained and placed over 600 youth of the region in collaboration with Ministry of Rural Development and Don Bosco Tech, New Delhi. Salesian College invites young people and their parents to partner in nurturing an ideal society.
(1) a model in the preparation of leaders in education, the arts and self management;
(2) a transformational force in advancing the scholarship of humanities and social sciences; and
(3) an unyielding champion of access, excellence, service, equity, justice, student engagement, accountability, citizenship, and collaboration.
We Emphasize life-oriented and value-based teaching and nurture a culture of solidarity. The educators and the educated join hands to mould intellectually competent, morally upright, socially committed and spiritually inspired persons capable of building a more humane social order within the context of the nation’s plurality of religions and diversity of cultures.
The motto of the college is representative of the desire of Staff and Students to strive for genuine excellence whereby each one becomes: “A flame that enlightens and enlivens”
- To prepare and develop socially committed and value oriented leaders for the society.
- To provide quality education to those aspiring from among socially, economically, culturally and educationally disadvantaged in the region.
- To prepare and mould honest citizens of character committed to transforming society through career oriented programmes.
- To advance the love for learning through teaching, research, and innovative modes of self-learning .
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Fr. Dr. Nirmol Gomes (SDB)
Fr. Dr. Mathew Pulingathil (SDB)
Fr. George Thadathil (SDB)