Rangia Education

Study in Rangia
There are several educational institutes in Rangiya. Some of them are Jawaharlal Nehru Shishu Vidyalaya (Estd. 1964), Modern English School (Estd. 1993), Third Eye Computer Education Centre (Estd. 2008), Sankardev Academy Junior college, Pragmetic Academy, Faculty Academy, Symbiosis Academy, Rangiya College (Estd.1964),[3] Manabendra Sarma Girls College, Rangiya Arabic College, Rangiya Teachers Training College, Rangia Higher Secondary School (Estd. 1936), Rangiya Girls' H.S. School, Rangiya High Madrasa & H.S. School, Arimatta Vidyapith H.S. School, Rangiya Hindi High School, Railway High School (Bengali Medium),(Estd.1950), Shankardev Shishu Niketan (Estd. 1987), Ambedkar Lotus English School (Estd. 1984), Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Rangiya Law College and Sankaracharya Vidya Niketan.
About Rangia


Rangia is a city and a municipal board in Kamrup rural district in the state of Assam. The word Rangiya derived from Indic word rang (colour), meaning colourful. In Ancient times, it was part of Ancient Kamrup and subsequently included in Kamapitha division of Kamarupa Kingdom. In modern times, Rangiya is part of Kamrupi cultural region.



Rangiya is important transit point in the region, nearly all trains halt at Rangiya railway station. The Rangiya-Murkongselek line connects the state to Arunachal Pradesh

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