Chilarai College was established in the year 1973. The college was brought under the deficit grant-in-aid system in the year 1987 and University Grants Commission (UGC) listed the college under UGC Act of 2(f) and 12(B) in the year 2001.
Chilarai College is the first college in the district of Dhubri to have been awarded by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, on October 4 and 5, 2004. The college has been awarded Grade ‘B’ by the NAAC with 73% of aggregate, so far the highest among all the colleges in the district.
26th January’73, was the first day of the college inside the Jogomohan Vidyapith Campus. Soon the college was shifted to Shibendra Nath Adhikary’s double storied building. Mr. Naushad Zaman was the founder principal. Among the staff were Bhuban Chandra Prodhani, Shibendra Nath Adhikary, Chani Ram Ray, Giridhar Ray, Tarani Ray.
Message From The Principal
It gives me immense pleasure to mention few things about Chilarai College. At the outset I sincerely offer my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the members as well as those noble personalities who had the vision, dream and the commitment to set up an institution for higher education in an extremely backward locality of Western Assam. The college was established in the year 1973 and named after the 16th Century’s greatest warrior scholar Biswa Mahabir Chilarai of Koch Kingdom. Chilarai College has been a potential force of social engineering, of empowering the economically backward communities like OBC’s and MOBC’s and of spreading the light of the learning among the deprived lot in the remote region of western part of Assam.