KUSET KNOWLEDGE PARTNERS

Kakojan College was established on 24th July, 1967. In the last two decade the college has shown distinguished results academically and has acquired a center of quality education in the region. The School of Social Sciences, The Assam Kaziranga University has been associated with Kakojan College from its early days and is committed to collaborate productively in terms of academic and societal activities.

Anthropological Survey of India is a premier research institute for anthropological research in bio-cultural studies. It is also recognized as one of the most advanced centers for research and training in anthropology and allied disciplines. The School of Social Sciences, The Assam Kaziranga University has already conducted a national level seminar in association with ASI and in the process of organizing a second one in the year 2018 itself.

Gramya Vikash Mancha (GVM) is a non-profit organization working with the excluded Section of society in rural areas of Assam and it has been working for empowering rural communities; particularly underprivileged and women. This is being achieved through creating opportunities for gainful self-employment, enhancing social justice, peace, progress and sense of brotherhood.

RVC is an NGO focusing on areas such as behavioral change of communities regarding drinking water and sanitation as well as general hygiene practices; providing hand-pump and ring-well, construction of low cost latrines, rescue, relief and rehabilitation of flood affected people, livelihood restoration etc. RVC also stresses on women empowerment through promotion of women SHGs, critical engagement with government on the issues of right to land, right of the traditional forest dwellers, education and health.

Prerona Pratibandhi Sishu Bikash Kendra is a non-government, voluntary organization working for persons with disabilities, established in Jorhat, Assam in the year 1992. It has been registered under Societies Act 1860, Person with Disability Act 1995 and National Trust Act 1999. In the areas of upper Assam, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh, it is the only R.C.I. recognized organization. Since its inception, it has been wholeheartedly and relentlessly catering to various needs of persons with disabilities

North-East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS), is an NGO which was founded in the year 1985. It is based in the village called Dhekiakhowa located in the district of Jorhat of Assam. Presently, the interventions of the society include Disaster Risk Reduction and Humanitarian Response, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Gender Justice & Development etc. NEADS functions in nine districts of Upper Assam region and is committed to address issues of poverty and social exclusion.