College is built on an area of 15 bighas of land. It is bordered by a primary school and a higher secondary school on one side. The lush green environment of open fields on the other three sides creates a healthy atmosphere proper for an educational institution.
The campus includes an Assam-type block along with one R.C.C. housing the classrooms, Library, Principal’s Office, Arts and Commerce Departments, laboratories, Examination Room, Teachers’ Common Room, etc. Keeping in view the increasing number of students and the ever increasing demand for more class-rooms another three storied building is being constructed and has been inaugurated by the Honorable Minister for Health and Education, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on 4th September 2013 on the auspicious occasion of the 36th Foundation Day of the college.
The canteen is a separate Assam-type house within the College Campus. The well-maintained gardens along with the shady trees of different types enhance the beauty of the campus. The four fisheries of the College of sizes 1.5 bigha, 1 bigha and the two others in 4 kathas of land each, add to the scenic beauty of the Campus. There are provisions for keeping cycles, scooters and cars too.
The College has 24 classrooms including two halls of 200 capacities each. There is a smaller playground for minor games within the College Campus and for the major games, the College uses the community playground which is adjacent to the College.
How to reach us:
Dharapur is on the way to the Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati and hence it is well connected by city bus and other public transport system.
The nearest railway station is Kamakhya Railway Station, Maligaon, and is about 8 km from the College.