The idea of creating a website by the name of “Amar Apoon Goan" is an innovative concept of “Science and Technology Forum” Jorhat Kendrya Mahavidyalaya to provide the village community a wider platform to place their issues and opinions in terms of resources of the village, beneficiary of rural development schemes both at individual and community level and scope for infrastructure development. The main objective of creating this website is to introduce the village community of “Adopted Villages” of Jorhat Kendrya Mahavidyalaya to the world community about their culture, historical importance, geographical importance, economical and demographical importance and so as to address the key issues of the adopted villages for future socio-economic development.
It is an endeavour of Jorhat Kendriya Mahavidyalaya to connect itself with the rural life & society in vicinity of the College through village adoption. Jorhat Kendriya Mahavidyalaya is a premier educational institute situated in the sub-urban area of east Jorhat with its aim to fulfill the dreams of all stake holders in pursuit of knowledge in general. As per the guidelines of UGC and instructions of “Unnat Bharat Abhiyan” under MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource Development), Jorhat Kendriya Mahavidyalaya, has adopted five villages with an aim to engage itself with the local community and carry out research work and extension activities such as field study to understand the requirements of quality of living in household level as well as community level. It will also try to find out innovative solutions for different issues with the help of local bodies. Jorhat Kendriya Mahavidyalaya always maintains a very amiable relation with its stakeholders especially with the surrounding villages by holding various programmes, talks, health camp etc inside and outside the institute from time to time. It has carried out series of survey programmes under “Unnat Bharat Abhiyan” of Govt. of India in the year 2020 (January-February) in four villages viz. Sotai Chinatoli Goan, Baghmora Goan, Chengeli Goan and Meleng Grant Village with the help of students and faculty members.