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Three years after Asom (Assam) had come under the control of the British, the Baptist Missionary Society (B.M.S) or the English Baptists through the Serampore Mission, opened a school at Guwahati in 1826. Soon after, schools were opened at Cherrapunji, Mawsmai and Mawmluh, marking the beginning of Khasi literature. In 1836, two American Missionary couples came to Sadiya, and soon moved to the hills. Missionaries from different nations and of different denominations started schools and later colleges across the North East

  • Recognized by UGC under section 2(f).

  • Accredited as PrCB for TCHPs by NABCB under ISO/IEC 17024:2012.

  • The NECU act (Act. No. 4 of 2012) adopted by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly.


About Dimapur

  • (1) Dimapur Known as “mini India”. Dimapur district has a mixed population.

  • (2) Dimapur is the commercial hub and has a mixed population.

  • (3) People speaking Bengali, Bihari, Punjabi and other languages have been living in Dimapur for decades.

  • (4) Except Dimapur, the ILP* (Inner Line Permit) has been applicable to the Rest of Nagaland.

  • (5) Besides being referred to as a gateway of Nagaland and Manipur, main commercial activities of the State, is centered around Dimapur.

  • (6) The only railhead and airport of the State is located in Dimapur.

  • (7) The National Highway 29 connects the State capital kohima and also connects the neighbouring States of Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram.

*ILP (Inner Line Permit) :

It is issued by the Government of Nagaland. It is mandatory for Indian citizens of other states entering Nagaland through any of the check gates across the interstate borders. Dimapur, Nagaland’s largest city and porthead, is the only place in the state which does not require an ILP, and Indians arriving by air at Dimapur Airport can arrive and stay in the city without one. (