Faujdarhat Cadet College

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Faujdarhat Cadet College
Logp of Faujdarhat Cadet College.jpg
a long low white building
The academic block
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Coordinates 22°24′02″N 91°45′44″E / 22.4006°N 91.7621°E / 22.4006; 91.7621
Established 28 April 1958
at Faujdarhat in Chittagong
Opened 1958
First principal William Maurice Brown
Area 185 acres (0.75 km2)
Color(s) Blue
Demonym Faujian
Houses 4

Faujdarhat Cadet College, is a military high school (grade 7 to grade 12), modelled after public schools in the UK (according to the Public Schools Act 1868), financed partially by the Bangladesh Army, located at Faujdarhat, near Chittagong, in Bangladesh.

The school[edit]

Faujdarhat Cadet College boards 300 boys between the ages of 12 and 18, 50 in each year for grades 7 to 12. Admission is through a nationwide test composed of written, oral and medical examinations.

It was the first cadet college to be established in erstwhile East Pakistan. It was established on 28 April 1958[1] by New Zealander William Maurice Brown. Until 1965, it was known as the East Pakistan Cadet College.

The Principal of the school is ranked Lieutenant Colonel, and is appointed by the Adjutant General's branch of the Bangladesh Army.[citation needed]

From 2003, the cadet colleges in Bangla Desh were converted to the English version of the National curriculum.[citation needed]

Cadets in class room



Further reading[edit]

  • Shakoor Majid, Class Seven 1978, Onnyaprakash, Dhaka, February 2008. ISBN 984-8684-72-7.(review)
  • Fakhruddin Ahmed (21 November 2008). Half a Century of Excellence. The Daily Star.
  • Mohammad Ataul Karim, A Steeplechase Story, Katskill, December 2008. ISBN 9843000029319.

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