Dibrugarh University is a university in the Indian state of Assam. It was set up in 1965 under the provisions of the Dibrugarh University Act, 1965, enacted by the Assam Legislative Assembly. It is a teaching-cum-affiliating university with limited residential facilities.
It is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, with a B grade. Dibrugarh University is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU). The degrees conferred by this university are recognised by all universities in India and abroad on reciprocal basis. From the academic session of 2009-10 the university changed its academic system from the semester system to the choice-based credit system.
- Center for Computer Studies
- Dibrugarh University Institute of Engineering and Technology
- Centre for Management Studies
- Centre for Juridical Studies
The annual techno cultural management festival of the oldest eastern most university of India is 'AUXESIS'. The name itself suggests growth and amplification. Envisaging of becoming the biggest techno-cultural-management fest ever in North-Eastern India, Dibrugarh University Institute Of Engineering And Technology,DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY,presents AUXESIS, which aligns itself to the fast paced continuously changing World
. The motto “imagine, innovate, create” stands out for the pulsating mind, nurturing innovations inspired by its imagination and resulting in creation; creation that lays the foundation of advancement & sows the seeds of scientific growth.
The university is in Rajabheta, about five kilometers south of the premier Dibrugarh town (New Market) and at the centre of the city of Dibrugarh, 10 km away from Lepetkata. The Dibrugarh University campus is well-linked by roads, railways, air transport and waterways. National Highway No. 37 passes through the campus. The territorial jurisdiction of Dibrugarh University covers seven districts of Upper Assam: Dibrugarh, Tinsukia
and Lakhimpur. It has 140 affiliated colleges. The campus extends over more than 500 acres (2.0 sq km) of which 60 acres (240,000 sq mt) are tea plantations.
The Dibrugarh district is well known for its vast mineral resources (including oil, natural gas and coal), flora and fauna and many tea plantations. The diverse tribes with their distinct dialects, customs, traditions and culture make this area attractive to students of anthropology and sociology, art and culture.