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Goreswar College:
Goreswar College is the soul premier institute of Higher Education in the North-eastern part of Baska District. It was established on the 29th day of August,1974 by a team of selfless and untiring social workers and lovers of education of the greater Goreswar locality.Betna Siksha and Krishi Unayan Sangha (Betna Education And Agriculture Development Organization) was a major pioneering force in the venture that provided funds to develop the required initial infrastructure for the college after it had functioned from temporary sites for sometime at the beginning. Started as an Arts College with the P.U. (pre-university now Higher Secondary) course in 1974 with 116 students, it rose to the status of a Degree College in and from the session 1977-78 as per G.U.Order No.-Aff/cg/1/77 with its P.U. (now H.S.) programme still continued. The College was brought under Deficit system of Grants-in –Aid with effect from 1.9.81 as per Govt. of Assam, Director of Public Instructions’ Order No.NC.G (A)RC-2/82/17 dated Kahilipara,the 22nd July,1982.Again the College was provincidised w.e.f. 1st December 2005 by the Govt. of Assam along with other Deficit system of Grants-in-Aid Degree Colleges. The college has obtained inclusion under 2(F) & 12(B) of the UGC Act. of 1956 vide UGC order no. F8-31/95(CPP-I) dated 8th April, 2003. At present the College has three streams-1) Arts and 2) Commerce and 3) Science.
Location: 
Goreswar College (longitude 91o -30’ East and latitude 26o -40o North) is situated in Betna Mauza in the North Eastern part of Baska District under Rangia sub-Division. The Goreswar Area which is infact the catchments area of the College extends from Barnadi (river) in the east to Puthimari (river) in the west and from the foothills of Bhutan in the North to Muktapur in the south encompassing a geographical land area of 340.49 square kilometer with a population of 1.81 Lakh (as per 2001 census). 

The area inherits a rich historical past known as it was the temporary Capital of the Kingdom of Arimatta, the Legendary king of Kamrupa(12th century) to whose memory the Arimatta Garh or Baidyar Garh still stands near Betna of Goreswar.Arimatta who was from Gaur (Bengal) was known popularly as Gaureswar-a name from which the name of Goreswar is said to have been derived. Goreswar is predominantly a tribal area with a population of 1.81 lakh where the tribal segment is 75,509 people.(as per 2001 Census). 

At present it is under BTC (Bodoland Territorial Council). Goreswar College thus reflects the hopes and aspirations for Higher Education of the developing people of a geographically far-flung area to the Northeast extreme of the District of Baska. It is 50 km. away from Gauhati University on its south and is connected both by the Gauhati-Sukla P.W.D. road and Rangia-Morkokcheleng rail under N.F. Railways.