Application form along with prospectus for different programmes of study can be downloaded from the college website. Admission process will be carried out entirely in online mode. After scrutinizing the applications, a provisional list of eligible candidates will be uploaded on the college website. From that list, students will be enrolled completely on merit basis. The college authorities will have the final discretion with regard to admissions.


Admission will be strictly on the basis of merit. Students who have passed HSLC or equivalent examination can apply for admission in the Higher Secondary 1st Year course. Students who have passed the 10+2 examination can apply for B.A First Semester courses. Only regular students will be preferred for admission. However, those students who have passed the qualifying examination in an earlier year will have to submit a Gap Certificate in the form of an affidavit. In case the student has a gap period of more than two years; admission committee will take the final decision.


Reservation of seats as per norms of Assam Government will be extended to SC/ST (Plain/Hills)/OBC/MOBC/Differently Abled students subject to submission of relevant certificates from competent authority countersigned by Deputy Commissioner of the concerned district. In case any seat in the reserved category remains vacant, the same will be filled from the unreserved category.


  1. Statutory Reservation:

    Scheduled Caste (S.C.) 7%

    Scheduled Tribes, Plains (S.T.P.) 10%

    Scheduled Tribes, Hills (S.T.H.) 5%

    Other Backward Classes (O.B.C. / M.O.B.C.) 15%

    Note: Caste Certificates must be issued by the competent authorities and countersigned by the Deputy Commissioner of the District concerned.

  2. Economically Weaker Sections (EWS)

    10% of the total seats are reserved for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS). The eligibility norms for the EWS as per the Government of Assam Office Memorandum No.

    ABP.07/2019/3 dated 2nd February, 2019, are as below:

    1. Persons who are not covered under the existing sections of reservations for the Scheduled caste, the scheduled Tribes and OBC/MOBC and whose family has Gross Annual Income below Rs. 6.00 lakh are to be identified as EWs for the benefit of reservation. Family for this purpose will include the person who seeks the benefit of reservation his/ her parents and sibling below the age of 18 years as also his/her spouse and children below the age of 18 years. The income shall include income from all sources, i.e., Salary, agriculture business, profession etc. and it will be income for the Financial Year prior to the year of application. Also, persons whose family owns or possesses any of the following assets shall be excluded from being identified as EWs, irrespective of the family income.

    1. Agriculture Land has more than 15 Bighas in rural areas.
    2. Residential land in rural areas has more than 1 Bigha.
    3. Residential plot in notified Municipal corporation/Municipal Board/ town Committee Area more than 1.5 Katha.
    4. Residential Built-up area more than 1000 Sq. ft. in notified Municipal Corporation/ Municipal Board/ Town Committee.

    2. The income and assets of the families as mentioned in Sl. No. 1 above will be required to be certified by an officer not below the rank of Circle Officer. The officer who issues the certificate would do the same after carefully verifying all relevant documents.

  3. Differently Abled

    3% of the total seats in all the Academic Programmes are reserved for the differently￾ abled students/persons with benchmark disabilities. Candidates applying for consideration under this category must submit a Medical Certificate issued by the Joint Director of Health Services of the district concerned and countersigned on verification by the Senior Medical Officer, Dibrugarh University. Applicants being very negligibly differently-abled, such as visual deficiency and the like shall not be eligible for consideration under this reserved category.

    Here, Section 2(r) of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 defines “person with benchmark disability” means a person with not less than 40% of a specified disabilitywhere specified disability has been defined in measurable terms, as certified by the certifying authority;

    In the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 the list of disabilities has been expanded from 7 to 21 conditions. These are as follows:

    • Blindness;
    • Low Vision;
    • Leprosy Cured Persons;
    • Hearing Impairment (deaf and hard of hearing);
    • Locomotor Disability;
    • Dwarfism;
    • Intellectual Disability;
    • Mental illness;
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder;
    • Cerebral Palsy;
    • Muscular Dystrophy;
    • Chronic Neurological Conditions;
    • Specific Learning Disabilities;
    • Multiple Sclerosis;
    • Speech and Language Disability;
    • Thalassemia;
    • Hemophilia;
    • Sickle Cell Disease;
    • Multiple Disabilities (including Deaf & Blindness);
    • Acid Attack Survivors and
    • Parkinson’s Disease.
  4. Extra Curricular Activities

    1. Sports:

      2% of the total seats Eligibility: The student must have represented district/state in any of the sports recognized by IOA/SAI. Participation in the above-mentioned games and sports must not be earlier than three years before the academic session in which admission is sought. [The candidates may have to appear in a Qualifying Test in the concerned discipline.]

    2. Art & Culture/Literary:

      1% of the total seats Eligibility:

      Proficiency in Fine Arts or performing Arts, as evidenced by participation at the recognized Regional/State/National level competitions representing District/State. Proficiency in areas such as the field of Music (Vocal), Drama, Debating and Quiz, Fine Arts and Sculpture will be considered. In the case of music (instrumental) and Dance, Candidates will have to produce Degree/Diploma certificates from recognized institutions. [The candidates may have to appear in a Qualifying Test in the concerned discipline].

    3. NCC/NSS:


      Students seeking admission under NCC quota must have represented the State (of Assam) in the Republic Day Parade in New Delhi sponsored by the Regional Directorate, N.C.C. or must have N.C.C. ‘C’ certificate. Candidates applying under NSS quota having the minimum qualifying criteria (NSS Completion Certificate and minimum Qualification marks) will be selected on the basis of possession of the certificates placed below in order of weightage:

      1. National Level NSS Awardees
      2. State Level NSS Awardees
      3. Member of the Indian Youth Delegation Team (International Youth Exchange)
      4. Republic Day Camp Participants
      5. Participation in various National Level NSS Camps and Programmes
      6. Participation in various State Level NSS Camps and Programmes/ University Level NSS
      7. Programmes.

      Payment of fees will be as per Government approved uniform fees structure for Government/Provincialised colleges as per letter No. PC/HE/Plan-24/2012/186 dated Kahilipara the 4th June 2019.


  1. Applications for admission must be submitted in the prescribed form in the College Office/Through online mode (whichever applicable) within the stipulated dates.
  2. Admission will be based purely on merit.
  3. In case of students with outstanding Sports/Cultural background (represented at District level and above) admission will be done as per reservation criteria; provided the student submit relevant certificates from competent authority.
  4. Date(s) for interview/admission will be notified on the college website and local newspapers. Students selected for admission are required to produce the following documents in original at the time of admission:
  5. a) Mark Sheet and Certificate of the last examination(s) passed. b) Age Proof Certificate. c) Caste Certificate wherever necessary (Caste certificate issued by competent authority countersigned by Deputy Commissioner of concerned district). d) Gap Year Affidavit wherever necessary. e) A Certificate of good conduct from the Head of the Institution last attended.
  6. For selection of Honours course in any subject, the concerned department will issue separate guidelines.
  7. Those who have passed the last qualifying examination from outside Assam are to produce PRC/Trading License/Ration Card etc. issued from the DC or SDO (Civil). Those who are not permanent residents of Assam, but their parents are working in Assam/doing business, should produce a photocopy of a certificate issued from the place of employment/ration card etc.
  8. A student who does not attend classes for seven days continuously from the date of commencement of regular classes, without any information, his/her admission will automatically stand cancelled. Such vacant seats will be filled on merit basis from the waiting list.
  9. Students, other than 1st Semester, must take admission on the specified dates as notified by the College Authority, failing which a late fine of Rs. 200/- will be imposed
  10. College authority will not be responsible for any wrong statement of facts whatsoever given by the students in their Admission Forms.
  11. All admissions are provisional and subject to verification of the relevant documents and fulfillment of necessary conditions of the College.
  12. Admission into the College is governed by the College admission rules. The decision of the Admission Committee regarding admission is final and binding. Any interference from any quarter for the admission of a particular student will result in forfeiture of the claim.