Northeast Adventist College
|Northeast Adventist College|
|Motto||Education for Eternity|
|Admin. staff||approx. 50|
|Location||Jowai, Meghalaya, India|
Northeast Adventist College is a Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher learning near Jowai, India. It is considered the church's flagship provider of higher education in Northeast India. The college has affiliations with NEHU, India.
Northeast Adventist college was established by Pr. O.W Lange in 1941 at the present location. It was then called the Assam Training School. It was inaugurated in 1942 by Sir Robert Reid, the Governor of Assam. When Meghalaya attained statehood in 1972, the name was changed to Adventist Training School (ATS). It served the people of East India and Northeast for many years as a Secondary School until it got upgraded to a Higher Secondary School in 1997, recognized by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE). In 1999 this institution was affiliated to the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU).
The college offers education in the Arts stream in the College Section and Arts and Science Streams in the Higher Secondary section.
- Department of English
- Department of Economics
- Department of History
- Department of Indian Language
- Department of Sociology
- Department of Political Science
- Department of Education
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