Jorhat, a place of scenic beauty was the operational headquarter of the Ahom Kingdom prior to its fall to the British rule.
After independence people of the region call it as the academic capital of the state. The second biggest city of Assam, Jorhat is 310-km east of Guwahati.
It is well connected by road, railways and air with the rest of the country.
The college is at the distance of four kilometers from the heart of the city. The Jorhat railway station is at a distance of 3 k.m. and the Rowriah airport is 12 k.m.
Nine student hostels including one girls hostel, with a total capacity of 1400 students.
About 80% of the staff, both teaching and supporting, live on the campus.
Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park, the oldest in Assam lies partly in Golaghat District and partly in Nagaon District of Assam. It covers an area of 430 Sq. Km. IT is the best home of the Great Indian one horned rhinoceros. The landscape of Kaziranga is of sheer forest, tall elephant grass, rugged reeds, marshes & shallow pools. Kaziranga has been declared as National Park in 1974.
Kaziranga is 96 km from Jorhat by road.
Majuli is the largest island in the world and is located in the banks of Brahmaputra River. Its wide blue sky, Holy River floating across the banks, and beautiful landscape is the best example of God’s creation. Once you visit this place you will feel like getting touched with heaven and you consider visiting again and again.
Majuli has got all the charm that can attract is visitors towards it. The cultural tradition, wildlife sanctuary and the exotic island is the best view to go for.
The city of Sibsagar was the capital of the Ahom Kingdom, when the Ahoms were at the peak of their reign.
There are lots of historical places with spectacular views, like Rang Ghar, Kareng Ghar, Talatal Ghar. Shivadol temple. A must visit for those who love old history, indigenous architecture etc. Sibsagar is 59 km from Jorhat by road.