Calling Alumni of Salesian College Sonada, Siliguri

SCSKolkata, (C.M. Paul) — A UK based author is writing the History of Salesian College [Sonada and Siliguri]. The author, an SCS alumnus and former lecturer at SC Sonada has already published six books, some of which have plots and characters set in the Himalayan foothills of Darjeeling, Sonada and Kurseong. They include two biographies entitled “A Bumpy Ride: Chasing a Dream,” and “Boyhood Trials Shape the Chindt,” as well as a novel “The Singh Saga: A Mountain Tale.”

The author says, “The volume explores anecdotal ‘history’ which everyone, who has been associated with Salesian College, should treasure.”

The project marking 75 years of SCS is the idea of Principal Fr George Thadathil SDB assisted by the Alumni Association of the College, especially the Siliguri group. They have uploaded a questionnaire on the Facebook page as well as the website of the College.

You could also use the Questionnaire attached here. QUESTIONNAIRE

The coordinating committee would request all Alumni of Salesian College Sonada and of Salesian College Siliguri to answer the Questionnaire and send it to one of the following email IDs: mpuling@gmail.com (Rector SC Siliguri), or geothil@gmail.com (Principal), or priyamritac@gmail.com [Coordinator for DB Alumni association, Siliguri], or trodza@ymail.com (Author Trophy D’Souza) possibly before the end of July 2015.

The history volume will be around 300 pages and will be published by the publishing wing of Salesian College based in Siliguri.

Containing 15 chapters and 12 appendices, the book is expected to be published possibly by the end of the year 2015.

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