Library and Reading Room

  1. The College Library consists of (A) a Reference Library containing about 16000 books and 90 Journals and magazines and (B) a lending Library.
  2. Books in the Reference Library, periodicals and books, which are rare and out of print, are meant for consultation and reference only within the library.
  3. The Library will remain open from 8.45 am to 4.00 pm on all working days except Sundays and other office holidays.
  4. Students can borrow only two books at a time.
  5. Application for books must be made in the prescribed form before 11 am every day. The books will be issued after 1 pm on the same day.
  6. Books borrowed by the students should be returned within 7 days, defaulters will have to pay Rs. 5/- per day. Absence in the college will not be admitted as an excuse for delay in returning the books.
  7. All books shall be returned to the Library three days before closing of each term.
  8. The Librarian has the right to recall any book at 24 hours notice.
  9. Marking, underlining or scribbling on books are strictly forbidden.
  10. Members of the Library shall not sub-lend the books to others.
  11. If a book is damaged or lost it should be replaced at once together with the fine due till the date of replacement.
  12. Strict silence is to be observed within the library and reading room.
  13. Personal belongings like books, bags, umbrellas are not allowed in the library and reading room.
  14. Bar code label / ref. label of library books if damaged, a fine will be charged from the student concerned.
  15. As per instructions of the Librarian, you can make use of the computer facility in the library.
  16. All library arrears should be cleared by the students before they receive their Admit Cards for University Examinations or before obtaining TC if they leave before the completion of the course.


All the students at all times are to have a valid identity card. The same shall be shown to any member of the staff on demand. Duplicate cards will be issued on payment of Rs. 100/- and on the recommendation of the Tutor. Disciplinary action will be taken against any student who is in possession of more than one card. ID cards needs to be shown at the time of the collection of Scholarships, the issue of T.C and other certificates, borrowing and returning of books in the library.

  1. In Charge : Alex Azhoni……………………………………………


The college has subsidized its tuition fees for the benefit of all the students, keeping in mind their economic status, even though the institution does not get any financial assistance from the state govt. or UGC. Students from poor backgrounds are assisted financially after meeting the parent and village authorities and along with them, the college takes collaborative responsibility in helping in the student’s education. Besides, 95% of the students belong to the SC/ST category and get Post-Matric scholarship, making fee concession almost not required.

However, the college offers certain scholarships and other educational aids to help gifted and economically disadvantaged.

  1. Scholarships

1.1 Don Bosco Provincial Scholarships for 4 selected catholic students from Maram Khullen Circle selected by the Principal.

1.2 Scholarship of Rs. 1000 each for Eight Toppers in Degree first year Examinations.

1.3 Scholarship of Rs. 2000 each for Eight Toppers in Degree second year Examinations.

The first two scholarships are for gifted students to qualify themselves with value added courses under BIIT or under IGNOU, residential programmes, educational tours and payment of tuition fees.


The College with the help of some well wishers of the college has established a few awards to students who are excelling in their University and College Exams. These awards are given out during an official function organised in the college.

If anyone would like to give awards to students for various scholastic and co-scholastic programmes organised in the college, kindly approach the Principal with the proposal. The awards are accepted in the beginning of the academic session. The cash award will be deposited in the college account at the beginning of the academic year. Scholarship funds are welcome from interested alumni, well-wishers, parents of students and alumni. The fund thus generated will meet the cost of education of one or two students for their education in the college in the case of scholarships. In case of endowments the sum will be utilized for the purpose of organizing a guest lecture by a prominent person from any part of the country on any one of the themes chosen by the college council, consisting of the department heads and management. The choice of theme shall be in rotation as to give acknowledgement to developments in each of the subjects taught in the college. The endowment grant should cover the cost of the travel expenses of the invited speaker, his/her honorarium and the expenses for the hosting of the event at the college (invitations, food for invitees, and publicity). A sum of 40000/- should cover the above costs.


The strength of a system consists in its ability to identify and rectify the shortcomings. The following procedure is observed by the Grievance-

Redress Cell.

  1. a) The grievance is brought to the notice of the Head of the department, forwarded to the Principal and the grievance and redress cell in-charge. Also box is available to students
  1. b) According to the seriousness of the event, the matter is taken up with the Grievance and Redress Cell members. The Cell members go through the matter and suggest solutions ratified by the Heads of Departments and the Principal.
  2. c) The decision is made known to all.

Grievance Redressal Cell : ………………….. Dr. Anthony Kaba (His),

: Mrs. S Katini Alphonsa Phimu (Eng)

Don Bosco College is a ragging free institution

Ragging in all its forms shall be totally banned in this institution including in its departments, constituent units, all its premises (academic, residential sports, cafeteria and the like) whether located within the campus or outside and in all means of transportation of students whether public or private. The institutions shall take strict action including but not limited to criminal proceeding and/or cancellation of admission against those found guilty of ragging and/or of abetting ragging and the burden of proof shall be on the perpetrator of alleged ragging and not on the victim. An offence of ragging may be charged either on a written complaint by the affected or on independent finding of the Disciplinary Committee” The College is bound by the UGC Regulations on ‘Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions 2009’.Ragging means any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating of handling with rudeness any other student, indulging in rowdy of indisciplined activities which causes or likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher of a junior student or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student’.

Punishment for ragging

Depending on the nature and gravity of the offence as established by the Disciplinary Committee of the College, those found guilty of ragging shall be final and binding.

* Cancellation of admission.* Suspension from attending classes.

* Withholding/withdrawing scholarship/fee concession and other benefits.

* Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other evaluation process .

* Withholding results.

* Debarring from representing the College in any fest, ,sports or other such events.

Ragging is absolutely forbidden within the college campus and the residential quarters. In case any defaulting, Kindly contact the college authority in the following contact numbers: 9436031127, 9436031125 & 9436406583.

The College has introduced a committee to look into discipline of the students. The group along with the Principal makes serious decisions when called for. According to the gravity of the situation the decision of the committee is made known to all in the college.

Chairperson : Fr. (DR.) KO Sebastian SDB, (Principal)

Secretary : Sr. Lucy Thomas FMA, (Vice Principal)

Members : Sr. Vinaya George SMMI, : Mr. Konthoujam Gunamani Singh,

: Dr. Anthony Kaba

: Ms. Sangita Devi