St. Anthony's College, Shillong

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St. Anthony's College
St Anthonys's College Shillong Logo.jpg
Motto "Ever More, Better Ever"
Type Co-educational College
Established 1934; 84 years ago (1934)
Principal Br. Albert Longley Dkhar SDB
Administrative staff
Undergraduates 2500+
Postgraduates 150
Location Shillong, Meghalaya, India
25°34′13″N 91°53′23″E / 25.57028°N 91.88972°E / 25.57028; 91.88972Coordinates: 25°34′13″N 91°53′23″E / 25.57028°N 91.88972°E / 25.57028; 91.88972
Campus Urban

St. Anthony's College is an educational institution in the north eastern part of India. The Salesians of Don Bosco, an International Society founded by St John Bosco (1815–1888) in Italy, has more than 17,000 members who are known as Salesians of Don Bosco. They are in present 132 countries, and specialize in education and social service institutions for youth. Founded in 1934, St. Anthony’s College has the distinction being the first institution of higher learning established by the Salesians world-wide. At present, it is under the leadership of Principal, Br. (Dr.) Albert Longley Dkhar, SDB.


St. Anthony's College was founded in 1934.







Principal From To
Fr. Joseph 1934 1935
Fr. Iginus Ricaldone 1935 1952
Fr. DJ Wollaston 1952 1958
Fr. Joseph Arokiasamy 1958 1981
Fr. Paul Petta 1982 1986
Fr. Stephen Mavely 1986 2002
Fr. Ioannis Warpakma 2002 2012
Dr. Br. Albert Longly Dkhar 2012

Alumni Association[edit]

The St Anthony’s College, Shillong, Alumni Association (SACSAA) is made up of past students who have organized themselves into an association attached to the college.

Noted alumni[edit]

In 1971, when Gauhati University had jurisdiction over entire undivided Assam, Nurul Islam Laskar, a student of St Anthony's College, topped the list of all students graduating that year and winning a gold medal for his performance.

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