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Annual College week starts at DBU

Assam Don Bosco University's annual college week D'VERVE was inaugurated on 10th March 2014 by Mr. Universe and famous body-builder Mahadev Deka. A peace rally on this occasion  themed UNITED NORTHEAST PEACE RALLY was taken out from the university premises to Dharapur Chariali in the presence of  Mahadev Deka, Vice chancellor Fr. Stephen Mavely, Principal Dr. Manoranjan Kalita, Co-ordinator Monmoyuri Baruah, other dignitaries, faculty members and all the students. It was followed by the lighting of the torch and the college week being declared open by Vice Chancellor Fr. Stephen Mavely. Fr. Mavely in his speech highlighted the importance of such an event in the academic lives of the students and also urged active participation from all the students. Mahadev Deka in his address highlighted the importance of fitness in a person's life and also gave lessons on nutrients and proper ways of taking care of one's fitness. He even demonstrated some exercises to the students. The day's program hosted by Tenzin Chonzom Khom came to an end with Principal of School of Technology Dr. Manoranjan Kalita giving the final vote of thanks. 

The annual college week is a five day long program and will end on 15th march 2014. There are about three hundred events in the field of sports, literary, dance, music, drama, creativity, art and craft, designing etc that will take place during these four days.  

 

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