Which is big university in Assam?

2021 Assam University Ranking

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# University Town
1 Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati Guwahati
2 National Institute of Technology, Silchar Silchar
3 Gauhati University Guwahati

Is Assam University Silchar private or government?

Assam University, Silchar

Type of the institute: Government Funded Technical Institutions
Email: vc@aus.ac.in, registrar@aus.ac.in
Alternate Email: lalanaus08@gmail.com, pranab.sarkar83@gmail.com, lnsethi06@gmail.com
Phone Nos: 91-3842-270806
Fax No: 91-3842-270802

Is Assam University Private?

There are two central universities, four state universities and one private university located in the state of Assam.

What is the rank of Assam?

Assam
• Rank 15th
• Density 397/km2 (1,030/sq mi)
GDP (2020-21)
• Total ₹3.74 lakh crore (US$49 billion)

Is Tezpur a government university?

Tezpur University was established in January 1994 by an Act of the Parliament (Act No. 45 of 1993) as a unitary type, residential, University….School of Engineering, Tezpur University, Napaam, Tezpur.

Type of the institute: Government Funded Technical Institutions
Complete Mailing Address: School of Engineering Tezpur University Napaam, Tezpur 784028, Assam

Is Assam University under UGC?

Tezpur University is a UGC recognized central university formed by an act of the state legislature in 1994. Gauhati University holds the distinction of being the first university in north east India. Assam University is teaching cum affiliating university with 35 departments under its 16 schools of learning.

How many govt universities are in Assam?

State Universities – 8 nos. BTAD (under sixth scheduled) – 1 nos. Private University – 2 nos.

Is Assam University a govt college?

Assam University (Bengali: অসম বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়, Hindi: असम विश्वविद्यालय) is a collegiate central public university located at Silchar, Assam, India. It was founded in the year 1994 by the provisions of an act enacted by the Parliament of India.

Is Assam a developed state?

1. The most striking fact of Assam’s economic development is that it is falling behind the rest of the country. In 1950-51, per capita income in Assam was 4 per cent above national average.