• Haji Mofassil Ali Complex, Hojai, Assam – 782435
  • 03674 254 786
  • Haji Mufossil Ali Complex, Dist: Nagaon, Hojai, Assam 782435
  • 03674 254 786


Academic Director:

A soldier and scholar of the Indian Army, Colonel Samir Kanjilal (Retd.) is a man with wide ranging experience as an Army man and as an Educator. As Director of Ajmal Group of Colleges, he provides the vision and the strategic direction to all the Colleges. He is also responsible for bringing long-term systems planning into perspective, and implementing the social responsibilities.

Col. S. Kanjilal (retd.) was awarded his B.Sc. (PCM) and B.Tech. (in Telecom Engr) from J.N.U., New Delhi; M. Tech. (in Comn Engr) from IISc, B’lore and his B. Ed. from V.B.S.P.U., UP. He joined the Indian Army in 1974 through National Defence Academy (NDA), Pune and, after serving for 29 years in the Signals Corps, he took voluntary retirement when holding the rank of Colonel in Mar 2004. Since then, he has worked as a Principal / Director in various schools of international standards in India and abroad; and has been taking classes in Maths & Physics. He regularly takes Motivational and Personality Development session for all the colleges. During his long career in the defence, he administered many Army schools as an executive board member.

He is a keen enthusiast of sports and at the age of 62 years, he can still play almost all outdoor sports very skillfully. He is a trained para-trooper, sky-diver and keen Mountaineer.

Col. S. Kanjilal (retd.) received the illustrious “Indira Gandhi Sadbhavana Award” on the 88th birth anniversary of Mrs. Indira Gandhi (late) at the India International Centre, New Delhi on 24th Nov ’06, for his outstanding individual achievement and distinguished service to the nation.


Heavy, incessant rainfall in Assam has once again hit the state by the destructive floods and the condition is worsening with each passing day. The floods have claimed many lives so far and many have been displaced from their homes, losing their land, belongings and sources of livelihoods. More than 1 lakh families have been affected due to flood in different districts of Assam.

Ajmal Foundation has begun its flood relief work on an emergency basis with our teams working in the field in order to rehabilitate the affected masses to the best of our abilities. Our Relief team has already analyzed the immediate requirements of the flood victims are food and shelter. As the victims have been badly affected, we sincerely appeal for an urgent assistance for atleast 15000 families and request you to kindly extend a helping hand towards the poor flood affected victims of Assam.
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