The Assam Women's University Bill, 2013 seeks to establish a teaching, non-affiliating and a residential women's university in the state at Jorhat, education minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.
The Government University will be providing facilities and offer opportunities for women candidates both in higher and technical education. This initiative is taken in order to promote research in applied science and arts, technology and other achievements.
First, a private university was introduced to supplement the government's efforts in extending better educational facilities to students via the Assam Royal Global University Bill-2013.
Second, a bill for establishing another private university 'The Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva Viswavidyalaya' in Nagaon district was introduced.
As the third, the Bodoland University Amendment Bill- 2013 was also introduced for inclusion of the representatives of its Teachers Association in the Executive Council of the state-run university set up in the year 2009.
However, the state seems to be improving in its higher and technical education. Also, their special attention towards women education shall truly bring good results to the state's education in the future.