Dimapur provincial federation of Don Bosco Alumni sent the largest contingent, comprising of 11 members in the recently concluded World Congress of Don Bosco Alumni at Pisana, Rome (Italy) from September 29 to October 3.
The 24-member strong Indian delegation moved vital motions for changes in the organizational structure, especially pertaining to the rules of election to the World Confederation. India improved its representation in the World Presidency from one member to two in the current six-year presidency.
With the implementation of the changes moved by India, the World Presidentship is not far from India. According to Dr. Stephen Kamson, provincial secretary, Don Bosco Alumni, Dimapur, the members also visited various cities in Italy including the birth place of Don Bosco and the first Don Bosco Institute in Turin, Italy. The group also visited neighboring European countries of Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, England and Spain.
The federation would be celebrating its second annual day at Don Bosco July, Itanagar on October 24 and will also host the Indian National Congress of Don Bosco Alumni at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh from January 29 to February 2, 2011.