Jatin Goswami father gave him the early- training of Sattriya, even though he took the professional training from the famous Sattriya trainer “Babula Bayan and Gopiram Bayan." But in the later part to become proficient and also learned the more smallest bits of Sattriya from the Raseswar Saikia Barbayan, Bishnuprasad Rabha, and Dutta Muktiyar. He built his dance school named "Alok-Shilpi-Sangha" in 1953, and he kept continuing to give the dance training.
In the following time, he was keen to learn the dance forms such as Kathak from the renowned Ganesh Hiralal as well as from the Atomba Singh he learned the Manipuri dance form. In 1962, he established the "Pragjyoti-Kala-Parishad" (cultural institution) which is built to promote the dance along with the Roxeswar Saikia Barbayan and Kalaguru Bishnu Prasad Rabha. He earned the popularity as a top Sattriya performer in the country who had conducted several Sattriya workshops and even performed in the different parts of India. In 1994, he was nominated as the member of " Sangeet Natak Akademi." Due to his rigorous efforts and zeal Sangeet Natak Akademi incorporate the Sattriya as the classical dancing form in 2000.
In her journey has performed the Sattriya in abroad as well as throughout India. To give credit and acknowledgment about his journey as a Sattriya performer to his work five books published on the learning of Sattriya such as Nritya-Paribhasik-Sabda, Jhumura -Nach – Nadu Bhangee- Nrityar- Sikshya, Nrityar- Prathamik- Hasta- Parichaya and Maati-Akhora. He is also the recipient of many honors in his lifetime for his devotion and contribution towards Sattriya such as Moghai-Ojah-Srijan-Award, Sankaracharya -Avatar-Award, Hiraprova-Chandrakanta-Award, Sangeet Jyoti Award, and Assam Natya Sanmilon Award.
In 2000, Sattiya Akademi in Guwahati was established under the support of Sangeet Natak Akademi then at the time he became the first-ever director of the institution. In 2004, he was honored by the "Sangeet Natak Akademi Award" due to his outstanding contribution to Sattriya dance form. In 2008, Padma Shri by the Govt of India (a highest civilian award) conferred him.