Indreswar Sarma Academy (Junior Arts and Commerce College) is a co-educational
institution imparting higher education at +2 levels in Arts and Commerce, established in
2012. This Non-Government public institution is a junior college started with prior
concurrence of Assam Higher Secondary Education Council, Assam.
The Institution is located at Jiban Phukan Nagar, Lila Gogoi Path, Chowkidingee
in the Dibrugarh town. It is located to the east and at a distance of approximately 300m
from Chowkidingee Chariali.
The medium of instruction is both in English and Assamese.
The institution has well equipped furnished class rooms, continuous source of
potable running water and provision for separate toilets for boys and girls. Moreover, the
institution also provides a ramp for the convenience of the physically challenged students
as well as for emergency exit.
The institute has a well-equipped library with a good number of text books and
reference books, journals and periodicals relevant to the Arts and Commerce streams. The
library subscribes two different daily news papers in English and Assamese. The Institute
proposes to construct a hall and class rooms with audio - visual facilities and to run parallel
computer courses with skilled computer personnel.
The District of Dibrugarh is set in the Eastern most part of Assam; it is bounded
by Dhemaji district and a chunk of Lakhimpur district in the North, part of Sivasagar
district and Arunachal Pradesh in the South, Tinsukia district in the East and Sivasagar
district in the West.
The mighty river Brahmaputra flows down all the way from the North, from the
wonderful hills of Arunachal Pradesh to the Western part of Assam.
Dibrugarh town, the district headquarter, is found on the Southern bank of the
river Brahmaputra and comprises of only one Sadar Sub-division and no independent
Broad Gauge Railway line of NF Railways traversing through the town of
Dibrugarh, Tinsukia and other districts connect Dibrugarh with the rest of the state. The
NH-37 is the one and only arterial Highway running through the district.
Located along side the river Brahmaputra sometimes it is called as the gateway to
some districts of Arunachal Pradesh. It’s the largest tea exporting town in India. To visit
Dibrugarh, one can opt for roadways, railways and airways. In fact, Dibrugarh is well
connected with the rest of India.
Dibrugarh is one of the most attractive places of Eastern Assam where one can
explore diverse ethnic groups with rich cultural heritage, customs, traditions, which provide
a colourful and kaleidoscopic demographic pattern of the society. Further, the area may
be considered as a ‘Living Museum of Man’.
Dibrugarh has a number of excellent educational institutions including, schools,
colleges and university. The Indreswar Sarma Academy, a new addition to the educational
arena in Dibrugarh, is outcome of sincere effort of some eminent educationists and great
thinkers of our society. The Academy is established with an aim to achieve a position of
pride and excellence in Arts and Commerce education in Higher Secondary and Degree