PO: Jogduar (Teok)
District: Jorhat
Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah College, Teok
ESTD 1959
Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah College Teok is located by the side of the National Highway No 37 at about 25 Kms. east of Jorhat town. The word ‘Teok’ comes from the Tai language which means abundance of milk and ghee. This large belt of the eastern part of Jorhat district is mostly inhabited by small agriculturalists and tea garden labourers. A large part of its population of neighboring areas of the college belongs to Schedule Caste and Plain Tribe of the Mising Community. C.K.B. College, Teok is almost at equidistance from Jorhat and Sivasagar. It is well connected by bus from both the towns. Three sides of the college are surrounded by beautiful tea garden. The college has about 100 bigha (approximately 33.33 acers) of land out of which about 35% land is covered by valuable trees. The natural environment of the college can be compared with an ancient Indian Ashram.

In the year 1959, at the initiative of a few distinguished educationists and with the active co-operation of the people of the locality, C.K.B. College, Teok was established as “Teok Purbanchal College” Later; in 1961 the college was renamed as Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah College, Teok. Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah was a very courageous pioneer tea planter of Assam and a protagonist of education. His benevolent sons Late Dr. N.K. Bezbaruah and Late R.K. Bezbaruah donated about 100 bigha of land and a substantial amount to construct the college in the initial years. C.K.B. College, Teok is a co-educational institution offering courses in both Arts and Commerce Stream. The Arts stream of the college was brought under deficit system in the year 1972 and the Commerce stream in 1996. At present the college community consists of 1500 students, 32 permanent Associate/ Assistant Professors, 05 teachers appointed on contractual basis and 15 non-teaching employees. The college has 08 departments at present.