Daspara village is under the jurisdiction of No. 41 Pijupara Gaon Panchayat under Chamaria Revenue Circle, Nagarbera of Kamrup District, Assam. Distance from Guwahati to Daspara village via Dhupdhara is 104 km (approx.). Its latitude and longitude are 26.100618 0 and 91.612054 0 respectively. It is a tiny hamlet surrounded by lush green heralding a new dawn. Most of the village people believe in Hinduism.


They came from Lakhipur, Goalpara in 1920s. Late Durjodhan Das and Late Debeswar Das settled in Daspara village in the early 20th century. At the time there was no road, nor any basic amenities. During the emigration process, amid many struggles and turmoils, they settled at Daspara village and established themselves.

Total Population 294
Male 152
Female 142
Total Literacy Rate 67%
Male Literacy Rate 72%
Female Literacy Rate 62%
Total Number of Graduate 13
Total Number of Post-Graduate Nil
Area 16 sq km
GaoP: No. 41 Pijupara Gaon Panchayat
No. of Households 51
Agricultural Land Area 120 acres
Irrigated Land Area Nil
Annual Rainfall 150 mm/annum
Village Electrified Total
Population Ratio


Awareness rally on Drinking water


The department of Chemistry, B. P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera celebrates "World Water Day" on 22nd March, 2024 at the adopted village of the college Daspara. The activity included a drinking water awareness rally and the collection of drinking water samples for testing. All the honors students of the department of Chemistry along with the faculty members of Chemistry department participated in the rally.

Voting Awareness program


The Electoral Literacy Club, BPCC, Nagarbera in collaboration with Department of Political Science organizes a voting awareness programme at the adopted village on 04/03/2024.

Awareness cum plant sapling distribution programme


An awareness cum plant saplings distribution programme was organized on the adopted village on 28/02/2024 by Institutional Level Biotech Hub (phase II) in collaboration with Botanical Hobby Centre (Dept. of Botany) and NSS & BSG, BPCC, Nagarbera.

Distribution of study materials


The college administration takes initiative to encourage the students appearing in HSLC and HS examination from the adopted village Daspara, Nagarbera.

Empowering Villages through Education: College Student-led Teaching Drive for Illiterates


A commendable initiative of Extension Education Centre of B. P. Chaliha College, a dedicated group of college students from various disciplines have embarked on a teaching drive in adopted village of the college namely Pijupara- Daspara village, aimed at addressing illiteracy within the community. The team consists of passionate volunteers who believe in the transformative power of education. This grassroots effort seeks to empower villagers with basic literacy skills, fostering a positive impac



The Cadets of NCC organized a cleanliness drive on 27th and 28th July in the college campus and the adopted village

Awareness cum plant saplings distribution programme


On the occasion of "World Environment Day" B. P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera organizes an awareness rally and cycle rally on the theme " Beat Plastic Pollution" at the adopted village along with plant saplings distribution among the villagers.

Har Ghar Tiranga


The NCC Unit of B.P Chaliha College, Nagarbera conducted door to door distribution of National flags in adopted village of the institution to promote Har Ghar Tiranga campaign to mark the celebration of 75th Independence week under the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

Relief Distribution


During the COVID-19 pandemic, B. P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera provided aid to the adopted village and surrounding communities.

Awareness Pogram on Covid-19


On March 19, 2020, at the adopted village, B. P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera, hosts a covid-19 awareness program to raise awareness of the pandemic.

Health Check-up Program


A health check-up program is organized by the women cell, BPCC and ACTA Kamrup zone in association with Hayat hospital at 32 no. primary school, Nagarbera. ECG, Sugar and urine tests has been carried out by the team. The health check-up camp benefited about 100 women from the adopted and nearby villages.