The Don Bosco University main Campus is located at Guwahati, the gateway to North East India. Nestled in the serene Tapesia Gardens , spread over 270 acres of undulating hills, off National Highway 37, the state-of-the-art campus that is being planned and developed will be an uplifting confluence of natural beauty and architectural excellence.
The first Constituent College of Don Bosco University is Don Bosco College of Engineering and Technology (DBCET). DBCET Campus is set in an environment of beautifully laid out gardens and lush green lawns by the side of the Guwahati Airport Road at Azara - a residential suburb of Guwahati. DBCET is situated near the Azara Primary Health Center, about 4km from the Airport on the Guwahati Airport road. There are frequent city buses and Trekker taxi services which ply between the city and the Airport.
The second Constituent Unit of the University, the Don Bosco Institute of Management (DBIM) campus is located by the idyllic Ramsai Hills, Kharghuli - Guwahati, with a magnificent sweep of the majestic Brahmaputra charming the entire landscape. With the overwhelming natural beauty of the land, DBIM has been poetically described as a dream by the hillside that has the right ambience for the adventure of learning, introspection and self-discovery.
Guwahati was known as Pragiyotishpura and Durjoya at different periods of time and it has been an important administrative and trading centre all through history. The present name "Guwahati" is derived from two Assamese words: 'guwa' (areca nut) and 'haat' (market place), emphasizing its importance as a commercial centre.
Guwahati, the biggest city of Assam, and among the 100 fastest growing cities of the world (fifth fastest growing among Indian cities), is the gateway to North East India and its most important city. Located on the banks of the Brahmaputra river, it is a major commercial and educational hub and also a major centre for cultural activities and sports in the region.
The city is an important hub for transportation in the North East as well. In fact, Guwahati is easily accessible by air, rail and road. Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is a modern airport and most airlines have daily flights to Guwahati from all metros across India.