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

Woman Education

The literacy rate and level of educational attainment of people are two key indicators of a country’s development. Literacy and level of education influence a person’s daily life and help her/him perform a range of activities, which are not possible without the ability to read, write and communicate in the social sphere.

Literacy rate Assam and India: 2001 and 2011

India 2011                                             India 2001

Total           Rural Urban          Total Rural Urban

Male 80.9 77.2 88.8 75.3 70.7 86.3
Female 53.7 46.1 72.9 71.3 68.2 89.7
Total 73.1 67.8 84.1 64.8 58.7 79.9
Assam 2011                                         Assam 2001

Total           Rural Urban          Total Rural Urban

Male 78.8 76.5 91.8 53.7 46.1 72.9
Female 54.6 50.7 80.2 54.6 50.7 80.2
Total 73.2 70.4 88.9 63.3 59.7 85.3

Source: 2001 and 2011 Census

Opportunities to get enrolled in a school or college can come to children only when it is available within a reasonable distance. Infrastructural bottlenecks and  poor transport and communication, especially in rural areas including the Char and border areas, often make access to school difficult for children. Further, recurring floods, continuous erosion and difficult terrain in the hills also create barriers to access to school. Besides, a host of other factors such as poverty, frequent conflicts and violence, discrimination of diverse sorts, etc., also come in children’s way of accessing schools.

AJMAL FOUNDATION has attributed utmost importance on expansion of modern education by establishing various educational institutions and launching multiple educational schemes & projects.

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Keeping in view the scarcity of quality educational institutions, AJMAL FOUNDATION has established 23 institutions, including B. Ed. College, Degree Colleges and Junior Colleges in different rural and underprivileged areas of Assam to cater to the needs of budding talents deprived from modern facilities.

The various colleges which come under AJMAL Group of Institutions are as follows: