Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU), Guwahati Campus & Infrastructure

Guwahati (Assam) Estd : 2006 Approved by : NAAC Type : Private



Assam Don Bosco University, located at Guwahati, the gateway to North East India, has three campuses. Tapesia Campus, nestled in the serene Tapesia Gardens, off National Highway 37, is spread over 500 acres of undulating hills. The state-of-the-art campus that is being developed as an uplifting confluence of natural beauty and architectural excellence will be the main campus of the university. Azara Campus, off the Airport Road, is the campus of Don Bosco College of Engineering and Technology (DBCET) and Don Bosco Institute of Social Sciences (DBISS). Kharguli Campus, situated in the Ramsai Hills, on the majestic Brahmaputra, is an architectural marvel and houses the Don Bosco Institute of Management (DBIM).


Well-equipped classrooms (with LCD projectors and audio systems), workshops, laboratories, canteens, coffee shops and auditoriums contribute to the creation of a comfortable and memorable learning experience. ‘DBCET Book Cafe’ provides text books (used and new), reference books, buy back and rental facilities, and a corner for quiet browsing through a variety of relevant titles. All reprographic and printing facilities as well as binding and laminating are taken care of at the printing corner.

  • Area 500 Acres
  • Classroom 35
  • Sports Grounds 3
  • Hostel Facility True



Assam Don Bosco University ADBU Guwahati, 1 Boys hostels and 1 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Mess, WiFi, Bed, Table, Power Backup, Hot Water, Cold Water

No. of Hostels 1
Capacity 350
Annual Fee 54000.0
No. of Hostels 1
Capacity 250
Annual Fee 54000.0

Students Activities & Clubs

Web Designing Club

Circuitronics Club

Robotic Club

Sports club

Literary club

Dramatics Club (Rangayan)

The arts and crafts club

Coding Club

Music & Dance Club

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