Over 50,167 people have taken shelter in 141 relief camps, while another 11 relief distribution centres are also operational.
Cachar is the worst hit with nearly 6.32 lakh people suffering, followed by Nagaon (2.33 lakh) and Morigaon (1.65 lakh).
On Monday, flood situation in Assam improved while, 1371663 continued to remain flood affected in some 24 districts.
As per the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, the number of affected population by flood to 29,70,405 in 30 districts.
Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) is spearheading flood relief efforts in Assam and is providing all possible support to Central & State forces, said Surya.
With 12 fresh fatalities have taken the total number of deaths due to floods and landslides in Assam this year to 151, official said.
Notably, exams for the sixth semester have been postponed twice by GU. These exam were initially supposed to start on June 25.
The Dalai Lama, a spiritual leader from Tibet, is among the prominent personalities who have contributed to the relief effort
The ongoing examinations will end on June 25 after which the schools will remain closed for the summer, Pegu added.
Hazarika stated that the government will take all necessary precautions to prevent the Barpeta Satra from flooding in the next phase.