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The Tezpur Medical College & Hospital located at Tumuki, Bihaguri, adjacent to the AH-15. Tezpur shall be a college for 100 admissions as per norms of the Medical Council of India. It shall have 22 departments including Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, Micro-Biology, Community Medicine and Forensic Medicine, The clinical departments shall be Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry, T.B. & Chest, Radiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Anesthesiology.

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In due course of time the College will develop as a Post Graduate Medical College in different specialties.

Various Nursing courses and Para Medical Courses will also start in time with the Medical College as the training centre.

The college shall have a well-organized modern Computerized Library for 100 students and staffed with journal section, reference section, e-library and internet facilities.

It shall have four modern digital air-conditioned lecture halls, research rooms, administrative block, college council room, Medical Education unit, examination hall, cafeteria for students, common rooms, Gymnasium, swimming pool, auditorium, central photographic section, statistical unit, central incineration, gas plant, animal house, central workshop, mortuary block and guest house. Tire College Campus has an area of 15,950.00

Tezpur was selected as a site for a new Medical College to bring advanced and state of- the-art Medical Education and tertiary health care facilities to Sonitpur District and adjoining Middle Assam area. Sonitpur District with its three Sub- Divisions at Tezpur, Biswanath Chariali ang Gohpur has nearly 1.6 million populations. Besides these, the Medical College shall also cater to the health care to the neighboring districts like Udalguri Darrang, Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Nagaon, Golaghat, etc., and also benefit patients from neighboring NE states. The strategic location of Tezpur is well connected to the rest of the country by road and rail and also by an airport; and it being a centre of trade, education and rich cultural heritage, makes the natural choice for the establishment of a new Medical College.


The Government of Assam has, by notification, constituted, Society for Medical Education, Tezpur, Assam for establishment and over all management of affairs of a new Medical College at Tezpur and to dedicate the same to the people of Assam. Shri Tarun Gogoi, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam, is the chairman of the society. The Public Works Department (Building), Assam has been entrusted to take up the task of setting up the infrastructure of the project. The Government of Assam and the Society for Medical Education, Sonitpur decided to undertake the establishment of the new Medical College at Tezpur in accordance with the designs prepared and finalized through consultancy.

THE HOSPITAL [Hospital Services]

The Tezpur Medical College and Hospital shall have a 500-bedded ultra modern Hospital that shall incorporate the following:

  • A full-fledged scientifically designed OPD complex for all departments with adequate waiting space for patients and attendants.
  • A 24 hours Emergency wing designed and equipped to deal with all cases of casualties, trauma, accidents and Medical Emergencies.
  • A full-fledged diagnostic set up with round the clock central laboratory, capable of performing all sorts of tests.
  • Ultra modern imaging facilities under Radio diagnosis department with X-ray, Ultra sound, Doppler, CT Scan and MRI Scan facilities.
  • A state-of-the-art Blood bank.
  • A state-of-the-art OT complex with modular OTs, CSD, recovery facilities.
  • An intensive care section having ICU, ICCU, NICU, PICU and dialysis.
  • Spacious wards, treatment rooms, with all other facilities.
  • Modern Physiotherapy unit.
  • Modern Kitchen
  • The hospital has a total area of 44,715.00 sq. mt.


An integrated residential campus shall be developed which shall have quarters for:

  • Principal, Vice-Principal and Medical Superintendent
  • Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors
  • Registrars/Demonstrator
  • Grade-III, Technical and Nursing staff,
  • Grade-IV staff

Members of the Anti-Ragging Committee And Anti-Ragging Squad :-

1.      Prof.(Dr.) R.K. Kalita,  Principal cum Chief Supdt.,TMC & H ———— Chairman of  Anti-Ragging Committee.

2.      Prof.(Dr.) S.K. Bordoloi                         ————–  Member

3.      Dr. Jagadish Basumatary                       ————–  Member

4.      Dr. Bhaskarjyoti Dutta                           ————–  Squad Leader

5.      Dr. Kahua Das Thakuria                        ————–  Member

6.      Dr. Ankur Phukan                                   ————–  Member

7.      Mr. Abhinash Kaushik                            ————–  General Secretary, TMCSU

8.      Mr. Himanshu Baruah                             ————-   Student Member

9.      Mr. Subradeep Biswas                            ————-   Student Member

10.  Dr. Geetanjali Deka                                ————-   Asso. Prof., O & G, TMCH

11.  Prof.(Dr.) Roonmoni Deka                     ————    Prof. & Head, Anatomy, TMC

12.  Dr. Dulal Kalita                                      ————    Asso.Prof., Peadiatrics, TMCH

13.  Dr. Nitu Kumar Gogoi                            ————    Asso. Prof., Forensic Medicine, TMC

14.  Dr. Reena Kouli                                      ————-   Prof. , Pathology, TMCH

15.  Dr. Raj Sarkar                                         ————    Demonstrator, Physiology, TMC

16.  Dr. Tulika Goswami                                 ————    Asso. Prof., Community Medicine, TMC

17.  Md. Ijaz Hussain                                     ————-   Student


Tezpur is a great historically important city of Assam full of natural beauty. It seems that the best natural elegance is manifested at Tezpur. Tezpur is situated on the North bank of mighty river Brahmaputra, around some picturesque little hill stations. Tezpur is indeed an unrivalled small city for her natural elegance.

The beauty queen Tezpur has its own historical background. Sonitpur, as ancient Tezpur was known in the days of yore is a city steeped in mythology, legend and folklore. The “City of Blood” (Sonit or Tez means Blood, Pur means city) has its own historical origin in the legendary Usha – Aniruddha love story and of the fierce battle between “Hari”and “Hara”. Usha the daughter of the mighty Asura king Bana and Aniruddha, Grandson of lord Krishna, fell in love. Legend has it that Usha a princess of rare charm and beauty saw in her dream a handsome prince and fell in love with him. Her friend Chitralekha a talented artist, not only painted picture of the prince from Usha’s description, but also recognized him as Aniruddha grandson of Lord Krishna, the ruler of Dwaraka. Using her magical powers, Chitralekha spirited away Aniruddha to Usha’s boudoir where Usha secretly married Aniruddha under Gandharva rites without her father’s knowledge. When king Bana learned of the secret romance, he threw Aniruddha into prison. Lord Krishna then came to Sonitpur to rescue his grandson, where a fierce battle ensured as a result the whole city drenched in human blood, hence the name Sonitpur. In the battle of Hari (Lord Krishna) and Hara Shiva in the form of Banasura), Bana Vanquished and Usha and Anioruddha (Lord was were united forever.

Tezpur is full of some archeological materials and Mahabhairab Temple belongs the greatest Shivalinga in Asia. Tingeswar Dewaloy, Agnigarh, Da Parbatia Dwar, Bhairabi Mandir, Haleswar Dewaloy, Sukleswar Dewaloy, Sidheswar Dewaloy, Rudrapad Dawaloy, Nagsankar Mandir, etc.

Tezpur also known as Sonitpur and Harupeswar remained as important city throughout ages of history. Long after the days of ‘Purana’ several royal dynasty reigned here. Notable among them was Harzar Barman of the Salastambha dynasty. Tezpur was a centre of learning in those days as revealed by the notes of famous traveller Hue-in-Tsang and Fa Hien. During the British period Darrang district was established in 1834 with its head quarter at Tezpur paving the way for introduction of modern education.

The British set up 3 schools in Na-Duar and Bishwanath between 1826 and 1831, acknowledging the importance of the place and its strategic location with neighboring Arunachal Pradesh.

During the freedom struggle under Mahatma Gandhi people of the district took active part. Tezpur occupies a glorious chapter in the history of our freedom struggle.

The anti-colonial aspirations of the people struck a resending note during the famous Quit India movement of 1942. British bullets at Gohpur felled Swahid Kanaklata Boruah and Swahid Mukunda Kakati on 20th September 1942 and 14 others including Monohar Nath, Kumali Devi, Ratan Kachari etc. were killed by the British at Dhekiajuli on the same day, while they were trying to hoist the congress tri-colors flag atop the Gohpur and Dhekiajuli police station.

Tezpur is the centre of Art and culture in Assam. It was the centre of field of actions for many cultural doyen, artist and literature like Rup Konwar Jyoti Prasad Agarwala, Kalaguru Bishnu Prasad Rabha, Natasurya Phani Sharma, Agnikabi Kamalakanta Bhattacharyya, Lambudar Bora, Padmanath Guhain Boruah, Karmaveer Chandranath Sharma, Tyagveer Hemchandra Boruah, Lokanayak Omeo kumar Das, etc.

Legendary Assamese cultural doyen Rup Konwar Jyoti Prasads Aganvala and Bishnu Prasad Rabha, both freedom fighter themselves, composed many a memorable patriotic song during this time to encourage the freedom fighters.

It is said that the historic incidents of Tezpur during the freedom struggle are yet to get proper national recognition. After independence, Tezpur went forward in the path of development along with other path of India. After opening of the Kaliabhomora Bridge over the Brahmaputra (1987), road connectivity his improved a lot.

The proposed Tezpur Medical College, state of the art institution of its kind will serve not only this historic place but also the entire North bank of Brahmaputra and neighboring Arunachal Pradesh.

Tezpur Medical College Contact Details-

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Address: NH 15, Tezpur, Assam 784153

Toll Free No. 1800 345 6767

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