To be recognized as an educational institution of the region that provides a distinct environment of excellence in higher education to the socially and educationally backward classes and which practices effective pedagogy, encourages innovation and research and aims at instilling values for the holistic development of students into citizens with multidisciplinary global competencies.


  • To motivate and guide the students to achieve academic excellence in the chosen area of study through the effective use of technological advancements, pedagogy and methods of evaluation.
  • To provide life skills and multidisciplinary global competencies necessary for a successful career, home and society through a model of growth in totality by nurturing the youth for overall development.
  • To integrate in the students the ennobling virtues of truth, tolerance and cooperation.
  • To provide a platform to actualize the talents of students and motivate them to mold their passion into a profession.
  • To make an effective and economical use of resources- physical and human, with an aim to provide an ideal model of total educational development with commitment and concern to accelerate the growth of students and society at large.
  • Profile

    About Deithor

    Located in the foothills of scenic Deo Pahar, the uneven landscape on the banks of Deithor river is known as Deithor. Adjacent to Karbi Pahar, situated amongst the mesmerizing Tea Gardens near Numaligarh, this area of Deithor falls under the Bokajan Legislative Assembly. Located beside Golaghat district, Deithor falls under the Chilonijan Revenue Circle and is only 500 meters away from the 39 th National Highway. Recently declared as a town; there are a number of opinions regarding the origin of the name ‘Deithor’. According to one popular belief, the name ‘Deithor’ came from the proximity of the town to Deo Pahar. Another popular belief suggests that there are ‘Deo’ – ghosts in the river Deithor flowing through this region. This belief led people to call this area as Deithor.

    About Government Model College, Deithor With an aim to achieve expansion in higher education with inclusion, equity and quality and to enhance the access to degree courses in Educational Backward Districts (EBDs), the Government of India decided to set up Model Degree Colleges in the EBDs. Although initially these institutes are developed as institutes for Higher Secondary and Under Graduate level teaching, the government also has the plan to introduce Post Graduate (PG) level / Skill development courses in these institutes in future as per National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020). With this plan in mind, Government Model College, Deithor, Karbi Anglong has been established by the Higher Education Department, Government of Assam with an intention of spreading higher education in the remote and comparatively underdeveloped area of Karbi Anglong. In 2013, Karbi-Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) allotted 35 bighas of land to the Government Model College, Deithor under the Chilonijan Revenue Circle. The funding for the college has been provided jointly by the Government of Assam and Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). Dr. Dipok Kumar Bora joined as the Principal of the College on 15th September 2020. Under his leadership the institute grows and he acts as coordinator for activities concerning the College. The College is affiliated under Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh vide Government notification AHE. 570/2016/53 dated 15.10.2020. Following Dr. Bora's appointment, 17 (seventeen) Assistant Professors in six departments i.e., English, Assamese, Economics, Education, Sociology and Political Science along with a Librarian have been appointed by Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Government of Assam as per latest UGC norms/qualifications. The then, honourable Minister of Education, Assam

    Dr. Himanta Bishwa Sharma handed over the appointment letters to the newly appointed faculties on 19th December, 2020. A total of 63 students have enrolled in various programmes. The college has started regular classes from 28 December, 2020.