Makum is a town and a town zone panel in Tinsukia region in the Indian province of Assam. It ought not to be mixed up for Makum Pathar, the place close Digboi where, raw petroleum was first struck in Asia. The name Makum is gotten from the word Makam of Chinese birthplace truly implies meeting point. It is the gathering purpose of three chief towns of upper Assam specifically Tinsukia Digboi and Doomdooma. The National Highway-37 and National Highway-38 meet at Makum. Makum railroad station is the easternmost railroad intersection of the Indian Railways. The rail line wound up operational on 16 July 1883. It falls under the Dibrugarh Lok Sabha voting public and under the Digboi administrative get together.
Makum is fundamentally a mechanical town. There were countless industrial facilities in Makum, now; the greater parts of these have been shut down. There are additionally countless industrial facilities in Makum. Different businesses incorporate the flour business, flame industry, flavor pounding industry, and so on. There is additionally a timber treating plant in Makum. There are an extensive number of little tea cultivators in and around the town who supply their deliver to these industrial facilities. Anyway the majority of the general population of Makum make their employment from administrations of ious types and private ventures. Amid the mid 1920s there was an organization named Bir Singh and Co where tea machines were made and the CTC machine was created.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Makum: 786170 Language : Assamese, English Weather: Summer 22°C to 27°C Winter 12°C to 18°C