Nagaon is a city in the Indian state of Assam. It has a populace of 147,231. In instruction segment, add up to literates in Nagaon city are 98,068 of which 52,690 are guys while 45,378 are females. Normal education rate of Nagaon city is 93.43 percent of which male and female proficiency was 98.58 and 88.08 percent.
Nagaon city is administered by Municipal Board which goes under Nagaon Urban Agglomeration. Current training was first presented in the area by Christian evangelists, for example, Miles Bronson and Nathan Brown in the nineteenth century. Anandaram Dhekial Phukan, a noteworthy figure in Assamese writing, spent the better piece of his life in Nagaon, and the Assamese scholarly Gunabhiram Barua worked in Nagaon for around two decades. The Nowgong Mission High School, built up by Miles Bronson in 1846 is the most established school in Assam.
It likewise has the third most established government school in Assam, the Nowgong Government Boys' Higher Secondary School, set up in 1865. Another old school is the Dawson Higher Secondary and Multipurpose School. Kendriya Vidyalaya Nagaon, Loyola High School and Christ Jyoti School are viewed as the best English medium schools among the occupants of Nagaon. Best Hindi school is Marwari Hindi High School arranged close Haibargaon Bazar.