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Dhakuakhana College

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Type  Public
Principal  Dr Jugananda Sut
Administrative staff  24
Founded  1966
Motto  অজ্ঞানৰ আন্ধাৰ বিনাশোঁ
Established  1966
Academic staff  49
Phone  03752 254 504
Number of students  1,100
Location  Dhakuakhana, Lakhimpur, Assam, India
Address  Jengraimukh Dhakhuwakhana Road, Dullapara Bhari, Assam 787055

Golden jubilee of dhakuakhana college 2017

Dhakuakhana College (Assamese: ঢকুৱাখনা মহাবিদ্যালয়) was established in 1966 at Nabakatharbari, Dhakuakhana, about 2 km distant to the west from Dhakuakhana town. The college is affiliated to Dibrugarh University and is recognized by UGC under sections 2(f) and 12(B). The college was under the Deficit system of Grant in Aid in 1975 and was brought under the provincialised system by the Government of Assam in December, 2005. Present Principal of this Institute is Dr. Jugananda Sut and Vice Principal is Chandra Sarma. The college campus is about 14.95 acre.


Dhakuakhana college 2011


Most of the inhabitants of Dhakuakhana are from the underprivileged sections of the society. This institution is the reflection of the desire and interest in higher education of the people of Dhakuakhana. This college has the pride of stepping in the golden jubilee year in 2015 and the inaugural program of Golden Jubilee Celebration was held on 25 July 2015.


Dhakuakhana College
Dhakuakhana, PIN 787055, Assam
Phone- 03752 254504
Fax- 03752 254626


Total no of departments available=16
Teaching faculty=49
Non teaching=24


  • Library- this institution has one library with more than 18000 books, various magazines, journals and newspapers. The college also has the facility of Digital library for students.
  • Laboratory
  • Playground
  • Girls’ and Boys’ hostel
  • Bio tech hub
  • NSS
  • Study centre of Krishna Kanta handique State Open University(KKHSOU)
  • References

    Dhakuakhana College Wikipedia

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