10th August, 1960 is a red letter day for the people of Bilasipara, as on this auspicious day, the college was established in a picturesque surroundings of the Bilaspara town. It was made possible with the active help and co-operation of the people of Bilasipara and its adjoining areas. The college owes its heavy debt of gratitude to the Late Zamindar N.N. Choudhury of ther locality who had donated land and a building to the college at the beginning. Further, the following leading persons of the locality namely Late Jagadananda Chakraborty, Ex-Chairman, Bilasipara Town Committee; Late Nripendra Nath Chakraborty, Ex-Headmaster, Rokakhata High School; Late Gangaram Sharma, Local Leader; Late Laxnni Narayan Agarwala Local Businessman; Late Jonab Deraj Uddin Sarkar, Ex-M.L.A. and Late Sekandar Ali Bepari, Local Leader had offered untiring services for the development of the college in Dhubri District and at president it occupies an important place in the spread of higher education in the western most part of the state of Assam.
Bilasipara College received ad-hoc grant from the State Govt. in 1966 and it was placed under Deficit-Grant-in-Aid system of the Govt. in 1969 but it came under Provincialisation Act from 1st December,2005, Conforming to the National Pattern of education (10+2+3 system) this full fledged degree College imparts two year Higher Secondary (Arts) and six- semester Degree Courses of Study in both Arts and Science.
The college has successfully completed its 54 years of glorious existence and its Golden Jubilee was celebrated in 2010 with a three day programme with pomp and gaeity and with the active participation of alumni, well wishers , students, faculty members, non teaching staff and the public in general. The institution underwent the process of National Accreditation in 2004 and the NAAC, on the recommendation of its Peer Team, was pleased to declare the college as accredited at the B Level.
A few years back a study centre each of Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University (KKHSOU) was opened at the college campus and this centre is a great help in the field of distance education catering to the needs of housewives and in-service learners. Besides this, a Non formal Sanskrit Education Centre has recently been set up for the study of this classical language.
The college was under the stewardship of a number of educationists and administrators at different times. Sri P.P. Changkakati was the founder principal of the college .After him Sri S.P. Kanu, Dr. Mahendra Bora, Sri B. Gohain, Dr. N.C. Thakuria, Dr. J.K. Talukdar and Sri S.K. Mondal adorned the Principals chair of this College at different times. Moreover, Sri M.M. Das , Sri D. Bhattacharjee, Dr. A.K. Chakraborty, Mrs. G.Guha Roy, Dr. P.K. Mahanta, Sri R. Tannuli, Sri R.A. Sharma, Sri M.R. Sk. P.K. Pathak, Sri A.I. Mondal., Mrs. Bharati Patgiri and Sri A.B. Siddique remained as Principal in Charge at dirrerent invervals of time while there was no regular Principal. The introduction of science stream at the H.S. Level in the year 1991-92 is a feather in the cap of the College. Moreover, Science stream at the degree levels was introduced in the year 1995-96 and necessary affiliation was obtained from the Guwahati Universiy. The University has accorded permission for holding theoretical as well as practical examinations of science, subjects in the college Centre. Laboratories in different subjects are now well equipped with sophisticated instruments including Gas Plant, water supply facilities etc.
The College authority is fully aware of its limitations in providing full facilities to the students, but still it has been doing its best to cater to the needs of the students inspite of its limited resources. It will not be out of place to mention here that there is a good number of scholars among the teaching staff in different departments of the college. From a tiny seedling sown wayback in 1960 the institution has now grown into a giant tree of knowledge spreading its branches throughout the nook and cranny of Bilasipara and its adjoining areas.