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Assam is a state in the North East of India. There are many ethnic groups living in Assam today. Therefore, many languages are spoken in Assam. Some of these languages have emerged in written form. However, some languages are still used in spoken form. Again, some languages are disappearing with the change of time due to lack of use among us. Many aspects of the ethnic languages that are currently spoken or used in written form are still neglected and undiscovered. These languages require special study in order to be used or preserved. Only then will these languages survive in the future. Among such languages, Dimasa is a language of the Tibeto-Burmese branch of the larger Sino-Tibetan language family. Therefore, the topic ' Current Situation of Dimasa Language in Assam ' has been chosen for the research.