Chirang Polytechnic has been established in the district of Chirang at Bijni, Assam in the year 2020 vide AICTE approval F.No.Eastern/2020-21/1-4682961531. It is one of the 5 new polytechnics established by the Government of Assam in 2020 under the Directorate of Technical education, Assam.
It is the only premier technical institute in the whole region which is situated at 1 No. Garogaon, about 5 km from Bijni town, one of the fastest growing town in Assam. The latitude and longitude of the location are 26031’54” North and 90040’19” East, respectively. The Khasra/Plot/Survey No. of the allotted land is 189, bearing Land Registration No. BTC/LR-260/2013/58 dated 19/12/2018. The Institute is 15 minutes away from the Bijni Railway Station and 10 minutes away from the Bus Stand. The Bijni town is also situated near one of the International Border of Bhutan. The Institute covers an area of 65 Bighas approximately.
Chirang Polytechnic offers 3 years Diploma Courses that focus on imparting technical knowledge and skills to students in a particular branch of Engineering. All the courses of this Institute are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. It offers full Time Diploma in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Agriculture Engineering with an intake capacity of 60 (sixty) in each branch totaling the capacity upto 180 (one hundred eighty). The academic session of the institution started from October 2020 in the academic year 2020-21. At present, a total of 117 students are admitted in the three departments of the Institute.
1. To provide technical knowledge and develop efficient skills by quality learning teaching process for promotion and expansion of professional development along with higher studies.
2. To introduce and develop infrastructural & other resources that cope up with the latest technological inventions and updated versions.
3. To ensure top quality education in order to meet the needs and demands of various Government, Non- Government and Private Industries, Departments and other sectors of the State & the Country”
4. To generate and develop efficient entrepreneurial and start-up skills among the students that adhere to different industrial sectors in the present day scenario, through the cell of Industry Institute Interaction of the Polytechnic and other training programmes & extension activities.
5. To incorporate ethical, social & other human values along with environmental consciousness amongst students through possible outreach activities and other training programmes.
“To be a leading and renowned Technical Institute for generating efficient & competent human resources as ‘Diploma Engineers’.”
Faculties/Staffs of Chirang Polytechnic
|Name of the Faculty||Designation||Educational
|Area of Specialization||Email id & Contact No.|
|Shri Ratan Kumar Ghosh||Principal-In-Charge, Chirang Polytechnic||M.Tech||Technical Educationemail@example.com
|Er. Arpita Das||Lecturer in Civil Engineering||M.Tech in Civil Engineering,
Pursuing Ph.D in Civil Engineering (Water Resources Engineering)
|Water Resources Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Er. Kashyap Ranjan Nath||Lecturer in Civil Engineering||B.E in Civil Engineeringemail@example.com
|Er. Manas Jyoti Bharali||Lecturer in Agriculture Engineering||M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering, Pursuing Ph.D in Agricultural Engineering (Water Resources Development & Management Engineering)||Water Resources Development & Management Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Er. Kashyap Ranjan Nath||Lecturer in Civil Engineering||B.E in Civil Engineeringemail@example.com
|Er. Kuldeep Deka||Lecturer in Agriculture Engineering||M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering, Pursuing Ph.D in Agricultural Engineering (Water Resources Development & Management Engineering)||Water Resources Development & Management EngineeringEngineering)||firstname.lastname@example.org
|Er. Dipika Bordoloi||Lecturer in Agriculture Engineering||M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering, Pursuing Ph.D in Agricultural Engineering (Food Processing Engineering)||Food Processing Engineeringemail@example.com
|Er. Racktackshree Chelleng||Lecturer in Agriculture Engineering||M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering, Pursuing Ph.D in Agricultural Engineering (Water Resources Development & Management Engineering)||Water Resources Development & Management Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Er. Rahul Nath||Lecturer in Agriculture Engineering||B.Tech in Agricultural Engineering, Pursuing M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering||Farm Machinery & Power Engineeringemail@example.com
|Er. Mimli Das||Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering||B.E in Mechanical Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Dr. Nur Hussain||Lecturer in Physics||Ph.D in Physics||Nuclear and High Energy Physicsemail@example.com
|Miss Kaveri Boro||Lecturer in Chemistry||M.Sc in Chemistry||Organic Chemistryfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Miss Jubi Begum||Lecturer in Mathematics||M.Sc in Mathematics, Pursuing Ph.D in Mathematics||Applied Mathematicsemail@example.com