Auxilium Junior College, Tinsukia

Auxilium Junior College, is an educational institution established and administered by the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA), popularly known as Salesian Sisters of Don Bosco. The aim of the Junior College is to introduce young women to higher education and promote their holistic development.


We envisage our students to become intellectually enlightened, morally upright, spiritually oriented, emotionally balanced, socially committed, patriotic, eco-friendly and accomplished, in a word, integrally developed young women who will be agents of social transformation in the multi-cultural, multi-religious context of our nation.


Auxilium Junior College is committed to making the integral formation accessible to young people of diverse backgrounds. Our mission is to provide a student-centred learning environment within a family atmosphere, that embodies the Salesian philosophy of reason, religion and loving kindness as taught by St. John Bosco and St. Mary Domenica Mazzarello. We challenge our students to develop their potential and to dedicate themselves to academic excellence, faith, leadership and service as they take their place in our rapidly changing and pluralistic society.

Our Founder

Don Bosco – The great Modern Educator
  • St. John Bosco, popularly known as Don Bosco was born at Becchi, in Piedmont, Italy on August 16, 1815.

From a very young age he was called to work for the poor young people of his time, when Europe was under the grip of Industrial Revolution and many a young person who came to the cities to study or in search of work fell an easy prey to the many social evils of his time.
He lost his father at the age of 2 and was brought up by his mother, who was truly his guide, his model and his educator. From early years of life he discovered his leadership qualities especially among his peers. At the age of nine little John Bosco was given a mission in a vision. He was to transform the young people “NOT WITH BLOWS BUT WITH LOVING KINDNESS” that was the goal of his life. Overcoming untold hardship and hostility he became a priest on June 5th 1841. His determination to be a priest for young people combined with his dynamic optimism resulted in the flowering of his long cherished goal.
Don Bosco was an educational practitioner rather than educational theorist. It is impossible to understand his approach to education without reference to his experiences in life, because he actually incorporated the lessons of his own life experiences into his pedagogy. This style of education consists in involving young people, their parents or guardians and the educator in a family atmosphere. This system is based on Reason, Religion (Faith in God) and Loving Kindness. The goal is integral formation. This embraces developing physical, intellectual, moral, social and spiritual aspects of a person’s life.
Today Don Bosco’s unique Charism for young people lives on undiminished, in its original freshness and dynamism in every corner of the earth. Where youth exists there Don Bosco is present through his Sons and Daughters for whom Don Bosco is a Father, Teacher, Founder, friend and Leader... ever relevant for Yesterday... Today... and Tomorrow...

Our Co-Foundress

St. Mary Domenica Mazzarello
  • God’s ways are marvellous. Contemporaneously with Don Bosco Mary Mazzarello in the hamlet of Mornese a little village in Piedmont, Italy thirsted with the same desire to help girls. Mary Domenica Mazzarello was born on May 9, 1837.

She too did receive a heavenly mandate. While walking down the uninhabited slopes of Borgo Alto she saw a group of girls playing in the nonexistent playground and a strong voice-firm and steady, communicated to her the divine mission : “I entrust them to you” was it a dream, a hallucination? Yet there she was fully awake. Walking in full consciousness...
In 1864 came the momentous meeting with Don Bosco, “He is a saint! I can feel it!” She said to all. Don Bosco too saw something equally precious in her. In Mary Mazzarello a like-minded soul, Salesian by instinct Don Bosco found a ready, active and creative collaborator. In 1872 he founded the Society of the Salesian Sisters (FMA) with Mary Mazzarello at their head. Imbibed with the spirit of the Founder they would march forward in the quest of providing integral formation and education for girls. 1875 saw the first expansion of the Salesian work outside Europe. India welcomed the first Salesian Sisters in 1922 and in North East 1923.

Our Educational Approach

The system of education followed in the Schools run by the Salesian Sisters is the Preventive System. It is the key that gives access to the heart of every young person. There are very few people who rebel in the face of genuine goodness. One gets discipline by using a blend of kindness and firmness, and by never asking what is beyond the strength of the child. Loving kindness is order to have a true educational value must be based on a healthy equilibrium, which while surrounding the child with genuine love, avoids every form of false affection, and renders the teacher-pupil relationship, a shared search for true values. Don Bosco’s philosophy of education is summarized in this principle, which explains, justifies and actuates it : “Education is a matter of the heart.”
The sisters, Teachers, Parents and Students constitute an integral unit known as the Educating Community whose primary aim is to form the young to become builders of an honest society, women of upright thinking and acting, commitment and competence.

General Information

The Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA), popularly known as the Salesian Sisters is an International organization founded in Italy in the year 1872 by St. John Bosco (Don Bosco), the great modern educator, in collaboration with St. Mary Domenica Mazzarello who is the Co-foundress of the Institute. Today the Salesian Sisters of DonBosco, numbering about 15,000, continue the apostolate of integral Education of the young in the spirit of their founders through 1600 educational institutions spread over 90 countries of the world.
Auxilium Junior College, Tinsukia(Established in 1996), is one such institution. It is an English Medium School established by the Salesian Sisters of Guwahati Province which has its Provincial Head Quarter at Guwahati – Assam. It is owned and managed by them and it is a registered body under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, No. RS/KAM/240/K/74 of 2000-2001.
The primary aim of Auxilium Junior College, Tinsukia is to impart integral formation (Physical, Intellectual, Moral, Social and Spiritual) to all who are admitted to this institution. It’s our endeavour to form the students into good and honest citizens, worthy of God and our nation, capable of reaching out the less fortunate brothers and sisters and contributing to the building up of a society based on peace, justice and brotherhood / sisterhood.
The course of education comprises of all the branches of education prescribed by the Secondary Education Board of Assam and prepares the students for H.S.S.L.C Examination conducted by the council.

NB: With the change of Academic scenario of the country now we have started Pre-primary and Primary and classes will be upgraded every year.

Subjects Offered
Arts : English, Alt.English, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Education, Environmental Science, Computer Science.
School Hours

Details of the next available workshop are below:

  • Monday to Friday : 8.10 am to 3.00 pm
  • Saturday : 8.10 am to 12.15 pm
  • All Students must be present in the school by 8.00 am. They should attend the morning Assembly/ Prayer.
Uniform / Dress Code

Personal appearance helps to develop self confidence and promote an environment of mutual respect, uniformity and dignity. Therefore all students will wear the uniform prescribed for the Higher Section of the School (Grey trousers, off-white top and Tie, Grey sweater, Black shoes). Ornaments and other personal decorative articles are strictly prohibited. Students should plait their hair neatly and tie with black rubber band.

Code Of Conduct And Guidelines For Behavior Class Decorum:

A student’s behaviour should be such as to bring honour to herself, her family and to the school. Genuine love and respect towards teachers are important values in our Indian tradition of teacher-student relationship. The school aims at inculcating these values in the students. Seminars and personality/career guidance programmes are arranged with this aim in view. Students are expected to attend them compulsory and profit from these experiences. Moral Science class, Meditation, class prayers and reflections will be regularly conducted to develop moral and spiritual values.

  • The School is equipped with well furnished Computer Lab
  • The School Library helps the students to enrich their knowledge. Students are requested to make maximum profit out of it. Reference book is meant for use only inside the library.
  • Outing and exposure (Educational Tour) etc.
  • Instruction in English and in Assamese
  • Large playground surrounded by greenery
  • Hostel for Girls

Co-curricular Activities - Windows Of Opportunity

It is opportunities galore for the students of Auxilium School to grow up into multi-faceted personalities. The concept of testing the multiple intelligence of the child makes every student feel like a winner. Ample opportunities are available for the students to develop their innate talents or to hone further their skills they have already acquired. Debates, Creative writing, Elocution, painting, Drawing, Flower arrangement, Pot painting, Qui Sections, sports and games etc. are regular skill honing activities and are under the guidance of qualified Teachers.
All the activities of the school are directed by the HOUSE SYSTEM.