The ADBU Registrar Dr Basil Koikara notes, "From the recent educational interventions of the Govt.
The first Catholic university and the only NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) accredited private university in the region - ADBU functions through its five constituent units, which correspond to the five Schools - Technology, Humanities & Social Sciences, Commerce & Management, School of Applied Sciences, and Distance Education.
Situated at Azara on Guwahati Airport Road is ADBU's first constituent college which offers four year degree program in B.Tech (Civil, Mechanical, Computer Science, Electrical, and Electronics), two year M.Tech (Computer Science, Electronics, and Electrical, Civil), as well as five and a half year MTM - integrated B.Tech-MBA, and BCA- MCA.
In July 2015, School of Social Sciences will move to ADBU's permanent campus at Tapesia, a 500-acre tea plantation, situated at 17kms from the state capital Dispur.
ADBU's Department of Research currently offers PhD programs in 18 streams (Biotechnology, Chemical Sciences, Civil Engineering, Corporate Governance, Comparative Religion, Computer Science Engineering, Education, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management, Language Studies, Marketing Management, Mass Communication, North East India Studies, Physics, Psychology and Counseling, and Social Work).
Mr Adbu told councillors he was "cheated", adding: "I just gave money to the guy who told me he would change my supplier.
Licensing sergeant Pete Jenkins told the committee meeting at Wallasey town hall the meter was "illegally re-energised" and electricity "stolen", and the adjacent sweet shop - also leased by Mr Adbu - was also being investigated for a similar offence.
Sgt Jenkins said Mr Adbu's claim that he had believed the reconnection was legitimate was "highly implausible" and said an ongoing investigation was likely to result in criminal charges.