Established in 1965, C.K.B. Commerce College, one of the premier institutions imparting Commerce Education in the N.E. Region, is situated at the heart of Jorhat Town. The college has been assessed and accredited with ‘B’ grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in the year 2004. In an industrially backward region this full fledged Commerce College was started with the vision of producing a good number of able commerce graduates to promote entrepreneurial activities and to shoulder various responsibilities in Trade, Industry and commerce and also to provide them with the opportunity to build up their professional careers like Chartered Accountants, Cost Accountants, M.B.A. etc. The college always remembers the remarkable sacrifice of a few enthusiastic founder teachers who took all pains to translate the dream of the college into reality. Under the leadership and able guidance of founder principal Madhab Chandra Chakrabarty as well as the sincere devotion of founder teachers Shri Dwijendra Nath Sarmah, Shri Anil Chandra Sarmah and Shri Khagendra Nath Sarmah Baruah Commerce education gradually flourished . In 1974 the college was brought under the Deficit G.I.A. system and the same year it was recognised by University Grants Commission. The Government of Assam from the year 2005 provincialises the college. The college started with only 130 students. Till today this college has produced more than 2500 graduates and most of them are well placed in society. Presently about 1000 students are studying in this college; moreover this college is having a dedicated teaching staff with 27 members. This college has a rich library with more than 16000 books in addition to journals, magazines and newspapers. At present the college offers major courses in Accountancy, Business Management, Banking & Monetary Management & Human Resource Management. Catering to the need of job-oriented courses for the students, the college introduced BBA courses under Dibrugarh University and other few UGC sponsored career oriented add on courses. The college is also having a number of other facilities besides scope for extra-curricular activities. With the gaining popularity of Commerce Education it is hoped that this college will fulfill the needs and aspirations of the younger generation of the Region.