Guwahati: Salesian Province of Guwahati inaugurated Don Bosco Bharosa, the Migrant Desk, on 24th February 2021.
“Bharosa in Hindi language means trust and Don Bosco Brand is trusted by both job seekers and job providers,” says director of Bosco Reach Out Fr Jayaprakash.
On the working of Migrant Desk Fr. Jayapraksh explains “Our North Eastern desks will network with similar desks in others parts of the country. As the migrant youth from North East India are spread out in all major cities of India, the main objective of Don Bosco Bharosa will be to provide safe migration to the youth of North East India. If the migrant youth of our region face any problem in any part of the country they will be assisted by the nearest Migrant Desk of the Don Bosco Society.”
Don Bosco Society has set up Migrant Desks in all major cities in India. North East India has three centres at Dimapur, Guwahati and Shillong with many more sub centres.
The migrant desk at Guwahati will have 5 sub centres located at Kamrup Metro District of Assam, Assam Plains, Karbi Linguistics Region of Assam, Bodo Linguistics Region of Assam, and Garo Hills Districts of Meghalaya. The desk will at the moment be collecting data. A placement cell will be based at Guwahati and will help the youth to get safe jobs.
Rector and Principal of Don Bosco School Paan Bazaar Fr. Sebastian Kuricheal, inaugurated the office space while Vice Provincial Fr Joseph Teron blessed the office space.
Bosco Reach Out established in 1983 is an non-profit, non-political and non-religious organization. It is the official social development wing of the Salesian Province of Guwahati in North East India committed to the integral and holistic development of the human person.