International Yoga Day Celebrated in DBCA

International yoga day was celebrated in Don Bosco College of Agriculture (DBCA), Sagayathottam on 18.06.2022 at 10.30 am in DBCA Auditorium. The day marked the peaceful beginning with yoga invocation sang and meditation.

Mr. Punithkumar, Club Secretary welcome the gathering Dr. K.Sekar, the Principal, DBCA, Sagayathottam in the presidential address remarked that yoga is doubly important for student volunteers. Since they have prime responsibility of feeding the nation and should keep themselves fit always. Yoga is scientific and has been carried once ancient system of Gurukulam education though in on improved still exists and practicing yoga will help the students to concentrate in their studies and advance in their career of choice. And also he shared his own experience regarding yoga practice with the student volunteers.

Rev. Fr. Dr. A. Mariya Soosai, Secretary, DBCA, Sagayathottam, in his felicitation address remarked that India holds a legendary history in world culture by initiating the International Yoga day for which every India shall feel proud of students will become both physically and mentally strong by doing yoga. Not only on a curriculam, but they should practice it throughout their life. He also explained about various asana and its scientific effect. He motivated the students to practice yoga in a daily routine life.

Mr. Pichandi, Yoga Guru, DBCA, Mrs. Kalaivani, yoga coordinator, DBCA demonstrated the different yoga asana, different practices which were framed by Vedhathri Maharisi, Arivu thinikovil, were demonstrated. There were demonstrations of standing, sitting postures and Asana like Pada Hasatasana, Eka Pada Asana, Utkatasana, Vrikshasana and eye exercises by the volunteers.

Mr. Vigesh, Final year student, DBCA, proposed a formal vote of thanks. Physical Directors, Assistant proffers, NSS program officers and students volunteers are participated.

International Yoga Day Report – 2022

International yoga day was celebrated in Don Bosco College of Agriculture (DBCA), Sagayathottam on 18.06.2022 at 10.30 am in DBCA Auditorium. The day marked the peaceful beginning with yoga invocation sang and meditation.
Mr. Punithkumar, Club Secretary welcome the gathering Dr. K.Sekar, the Principal, DBCA, Sagayathottam in the presidential address remarked that yoga is doubly important for student volunteers. Since they have prime responsibility of feeding the nation and should keep themselves fit always. Yoga is scientific and has been carried once ancient system of Gurukulam education though in on improved still exists and practicing yoga will help the students to concentrate in their studies and advance in their career of choice. And also he shared his own experience regarding yoga practice with the student volunteers.
Rev. Fr. Dr. Amala Mariya Soosai, Secretary, DBCA, Sagayathottam, in his felicitation address remarked that India holds a legendary history in world culture by initiating the International Yoga day for which every India shall feel proud of students will become both physically and mentally strong by doing yoga. Not only on a curriculam, but they should practice it throughout their life. He also explained about various asana and its scientific effect. He motivated the students to practice yoga in a daily routine life.
Mr. Pichandi, Yoga Guru, DBCA, Mrs. Kalaivani, yoga coordinator, DBCA demonstrated the different yoga asana, different practices which were framed by Vedhathri Maharisi, Arivu thinikovil, were demonstrated. There were demonstrations of standing, sitting postures and Asana like Pada Hasatasana, Eka Pada Asana, Utkatasana, Vrikshasana and eye exercises by the volunteers.
Mr. Vigesh, Final year student, DBCA, proposed a formal vote of thanks. Physical Directors, Assistant proffers, NSS program officers and students volunteers are participated.

Vision

Don Bosco College of Agriculture is a minority professional college that is engaged in nation building by turning out fully equipped professionals of integrity in the field of agriculture. It grooms experts in agriculture and green environment, imbued with human and spiritual values, moulded in the spirit and system of Don Bosco. It is a beacon light for scientific and sustainable practices in agriculture to assure food security to India’s teeming millions in the challenging times of climate change.

Mission

We aim to realize our noble vision through the following specific activities.

  • Running a four year B.Sc. Course in Agriculture imparting professional expertise in all areas of agriculture like horticulture, animal husbandry, sericulture etc.
  • Infusing society with competent, qualified, morally upright and socially sensitive professionals at the service of the poor and marginalized cultivators.
  • Introducing scientific and progressive methods of farming and cultivation to the farming population of Tamil Nadu. Establishing and maintaining model orchards, demonstration crops and veterinary units.
  • Doing research in agriculture and experimenting with innovative practices in agriculture particularly for sustainable farming.

Our Campus

A Salesian of Don Bosco is a member of the society founded by Don Bosco, a saint of the 19th century dedicated chiefly to education and empowerment work. The prime purpose of the society is to help young people to be good and happy citizens. In about a century of existence in India, the Salesians provide quality service in about 500 centres enabling the poor and disadvantaged youth to be integral human beings.

In about a century of existence in India, the Salesians provide quality service in about 500 centres enabling the poor and disadvantaged youth to be integral human beings.