St. Anthony's College, Shillong
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|Motto||"Ever More, Better Ever"|
|Principal||Br. Albert Longley Dkhar SDB|
Shillong, Meghalaya, India|
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.
- Department of English
- Department of Mass Media
- Department of History
- Department of Economics
- Department of Khasi
- Department of Philosophy
- Department of Political Science
- Department of Music
- Department of Biochemistry
- Department of Biotechnology
- Department of Botany
- Department of Chemistry
- Department of Computer Science
- Department of Geology
- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Physics
- Department of Fishery Science
- Department of Statistics
- Department of Zoology
- Department of Biotechnology Masters
- Department of Music
|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|
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.
- P A Sangma – former Lok Sabha Speaker
- Ranjit Shekhar Mooshahary – His Excellency Governor of Meghalaya
- Jamchonga Nampui - Former Chief Secretary of Meghalaya and Assam.
- K Clifford Nongrum – Maha Vir Chakra winner
- Shri C.K. Das – Retd. IAS, former Additional Chief Secretary Of Assam, Vice President Assam State BJP Unit.
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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