North Gauhati College Merit List 2021 BA BSc BCom Admission Cut off

North Gauhati College Merit List 2021: All such applicants who have completed the Application Process of North Guwahati College, please check North Guwahati College Merit List 2021. The officials of North Guwahati College recently published the Provisional Merit List & Waiting List for the admission procedure for 2021-2022 session. The merit list is available on the official website of North Guwahati College. The applicants visit the official website to obtain North Guwahati College Cut off List 2021. Here, we have provided a direct link to the merit list so that students can download it directly. Read the full article to know more about North Gauhati College Merit List 2021.

North Guwahati College Admission 2021 Details

Name of Institute North Gauhati College
Courses HS & UG Course
Academic year 2021-22
Application Mode Online
Official Website

Online admissions for North Guwahati College are now available. After the last date of application submission, the candidates can download the merit list from or Candidates are advised to keep checking this page, BA, BSc admission merit list and admission portal, admission notice and the college prospectus links will be provided below.

How to check North Guwahati College Merit List 2021?

  • Firstly, visit the official website of North Guwahati College at
  • Then, go to Admission Portal.
  • Then, select Online Admission in the drop-down menu.
  • A new page will be opened.
  • Next, you will find the Merit List section.
  • Enter the details of your course.
  • Your Merit List 2021 will be opened.

About North Guwahati College

North Guwahati College is a state government educational college. The college was founded in 1962. It is the oldest college in North Guwahati. The college is accredited to the University of  Guwahati. The college provides undergraduate courses in Arts, Commerce and Science streams. North Guwahati is located just across the river from Guwahati on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra river. Also known as the temple town of Assam, it is home to a number of important pilgrimage sites, such as Ashwakranta, Dirgheswari, Manikarneswar, Rudreswar devalaya, and Doul Govinda Mandir.

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