Jaminpur

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Jaminpur, the village where Sir Akimuddin was lived, is 7 kilometres far from Monakawsha, the western village of Bangladesh. This village is under ward no. 1 of Binodpur Union of Shibganj Upazila, Nawabganj. Jaminpur is closed to India with no interval of distance. It is famous for the Akimuddin Gronthagar.

Institute[edit]

Jaminpur has only one Primary School and a Dakhil Madrash. There is one library for all, Akimuddin Gronthagar. There are two Jumma Mosques and several oktia mosques. There is no Temple for the Hindus (Only one family now exists. )

Jaminpur Primary School[edit]

The 'Jaminpur Secondary School' was established in 1962 four years later of Abul Morol's dream. Abul Morol and his two other friends, in 1958, dreamt to build a primary school. In 1962, Ummed Ali gave an area of 56 sotoks where the present school building is stood. In 1773, the school went under the government. In 1983, for the first time, Jolly got the scholarship. The school building was reconstructed in 2001. Jahangir Alam Sur and Rebeka Sultana Jui got 1996 and 2003's scholarship respectively. Hridoy, a class four student, participated in DBBL-Proyhom Alo Regional Math Olympiad-2010 in Rajshahi in January 2010 for the first time.

Akimuddin Gronthagar[edit]

Akimuddin Gronthagar is a library situated at Shibganj Upazila in Chapai Nawabganj, the western part of the northern Bangladesh. It was established on 4 May 2008 to show respect a[clarification needed] undermatric teacher named Akimuddin(1898–1976). Akimuddin Gronthagar contains a philosophy 'knowledge is entry'. The library was established on 4 May 2008. It has more than 500 books and other tools and papers. Within a year it worked very good with the student of science. Akimudin Gronthagar arranged three camps to observe century's one and only solar eclipse of 22 July 2009 on 22 July 2009. It has a team led by Jahangir Alam Sur, science writer and science discussant. The team arranges many program on science. It has a program 'a science discussion on Lavoisier and a science oration, knowledge is entry.' at Islami University, Kustia on 20 August 2009. With the help of BRB Cable Industries Ltd, the "total solar eclipse observation committee" set up observation camps at Bell's Park in Barisal, Akimuddin Library in Chapainawabganj, science and technology university campuses in Syedpur and Gazipur, Jahangirnagar University and Araj Ali Matubbar library at Dania in Dhaka.[1][2][3]

Akimuddin Sir[edit]

Akimuddin, in 1958, for the first time dreamt for a school in his own village, Jaminpur and established Jaminpur Primary School. And with Kalimuddin he continued teaching till 1973. He was born in 1898 in Duisotobighi, Maldah of India. After 15 August 1947 he came to Jaminpur of East Bangla to live. He saw the freedom war of 1971. In the year of great poet Kazi Nazrul Islam's death, i.e., 1976 Akimuddin Sir died.

Horroj Ali Dakhil Madrasha[edit]

Late Horroj Ali established the Madrasha in 2001. Only Humanities is taught in SSC level. There is only one Bsc teacher named Md. Sadikul Islam. In the Madrasha there is a computer course. Mrs Farida is assigned for the post of computer teaching.

Communication[edit]

There is no high school in Jaminpur village. To study in school and college, the students of this village go to four km from the village on foot or riding bicycle because of the very poor road system.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thousands watch long solar eclipse". Retrieved 23 July 2009. 
  2. ^ "People watch century’s last solar eclipse". Retrieved 23 July 2009. 
  3. ^ "People watch century’s last solar eclipse". Retrieved 23 July 2009. 

Coordinates: 25°05′N 89°15′E / 25.083°N 89.250°E / 25.083; 89.250