About Bahona College, Jorhat
Bahona College, Jorhat was established on July 15, 1966, as a premier institution of higher education. The college is affiliated to the Dibrugarh University. The various academic departments of the college are: Assamese, Chemistry, History, Education, Mathematics & Computer Science, Economics, Botany, Physics & Electronics, Political Science, Statistics, Zoology and English. Bahona College courses are offered at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Bahona College is located at Jorhat District, Bahona in Assam. Mariani Junction Railway Station is around 25 km away from the institute. Jorhat Airport is approximately 18 km away from the college. Jorhat Bus Station is around 8 km away from the college campus. Candidates can hire an autorickshaw to reach Bahona College, Jorhat.
Bahona College, Jorhat is accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Clubs, Committees and Societies
- Cultural Development Cell - The main objective of this cell is to promote culture among the students and recognise the local artists working in this field.
- Bahona College Film Society - The institute has a film society named "Annweshan" that works for the motive of appreciation of good cinema amongst the students.
- National Social Service - The NSS of Bahona College has a strength of 50 male and 50 female volunteers that works for the upliftment of the society and empowers the underprivileged section and promotes the welfare of the society.
- NCC - National Cadet Corps of the institute has an enrollment capacity of around 100 students. It inculcates the spirit of patriotism amongst the students. It trains them to to get jobs in Indian Defence Services, CRPF, Para Military Forces, Indian Railways etc and serve the nation.
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Bahona College Admission
Bahona College courses are offered at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Admission to all the courses except for History Honours and Non-honours/English Honours and Non-honours and Alternative English and Communicative English/Assamese Honours and Non-honours/Education honours and Non- honours is based on the merit of the qualifying examination and performance in the interview. As per the Bahona College admission procedure, History Honours and Non-honours/English Honours and Non-honours and Alternative English and Communicative English/Assamese Honours and Non-honours are offered to the students on the basis of marks secured in the entrance examination and the performance in the interview. Education honours and Non- honours programme is offered on the basis of merit of the qualifying exam, marks secured in the admission test, performance in the interview. Bahona College admission process is given below in details:
Bahona College, Jorhat Facilities
Bahona College facilities are offered to the students that help in the smooth functioning of the institute. The college has a well-stocked library that has a wide range of books and reading resources can be accessed online by the readers. The canteen provides nutritious and healthy snacks at a reasonable price. Accommodation facilities are also provided to the students. The hostels have a homely environment for the comfortable stay of the students of the varsity. Candidates desirous to know more about the Bahona College facilities can read further:
- Boys Hostel
- Girls Hostel
- IT Infrastructure
- Alumni Associations
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Accreditation of this College:
- National Assessment and Accreditation Council