Dibrugarh town is a beautiful town located by the banks of the river Brahmaputra in the Dibrugarh administrative district of upper Assam. A prime town focussed on quality education, the Assam medical College (AMC) at Dibrugarh was where the first X-Ray machine was installed under the direct supervision of Dr. John Berry White – a founder of the AR&T company under the erstwhile British regime. Dibrugarh also has the Dibrugarh University and an engineering college focussed on petroleum research. Dibrugarh town is fast emerging as a communication and industrial hub of North East India. With the location of a domestic airport at Mohanbari, Dibrugarh provides as being a gateway to various tourist destinations of Assam like Tinsukia, Digboi, Sadiya, Margherita and also Arunachal Pradesh in Pasighat, Aalo, Namdapha, Ring, Tezu, Namsai, Walong, Mayodia and in Nagaland at Dimapur and Mon, etc. With the Bogibeel Bridge – India’s longest road and rail bridge nearing its completion, Dibrugarh will be converted to a town of Lakhimpur and Itanagar thereby enabling faster and quicker communication leading to fresh trade opportunities and making the area a business hub in conjugation with Tinsukia town. Both Dibrugarh and Tinsukia hold the potential of becoming the fastest growing towns of North East India after Guwahati due to well communicated roadways and railway lines. From tourism perspective, Dibrugarh has also draws many visitors at the majestic heritage tea bungalows here.