History of The College:
The Bijni college is Situated on the Indo-Bhutan border, Bijni, now a sub-division in the district of Chirang of Assam is a historically famous place. It is named after the powerful Koch King, Chandra Narayan alias Bijit Narayan who founded the Bijni Kingdom in 1617. After the dissolution of the Zamindary system, unfortunately the place lost its former importance and glory and got reduced to a poor and backward area.
The place is mostly inhabited by scheduled tribes and scheduled castes and other backward communities, the main occupation of the people being agriculture. So the place is by and large backward both economically and educationally. Before the establishment of Bijni College, there were only a few high schools in around Bijni Town. Most of the people of this area were incapable of sending their wards to institutions located in other towns and cities for higher studies owing to their weak financial condition. Consequently, a large number student of this area after completing high school was deprived of enjoying the benefits of higher education. Some of the leading citizens together with a section of conscious people of the society undertook of the noble venture to establish an institution of higher education in Bijni town for the economically backward sections of the area. As a result of their tireless efforts and indefatigable zeal and great sacrifice, the college came into existence on 21st July, 1969, the historic day on which man first landed on the moon.