Ananda Mohan College

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Ananda Mohan University College
AM College 2.jpg
Motto Welcome for knowledge, go for hospitality
Type Public
Established 1908 (1908)
Academic affiliation
Bangladesh National University
Chancellor President of Bangladesh
Students about 35,000
Location Mymensingh Town, Bangladesh
Campus Urban, 15.28 acres
Colours Blue and Gold
Website anandamohangovtcollege.edu.bd

Ananda Mohan College is a national university affiliated university college of Bangladesh situated in the town of Mymensingh. It is one of the old educational premises of Bangladesh also.

History[edit]

Anandamohan Bose, who founded the City College in 1878, decided to open a branch of it at his home town in Mymensingh. In 1883, an educational institution was established at the residence of Ananda Mohan as the City Collegiate School. Later the college section of the institution was shifted to College Road on 1 January 1908 as a college and it was named after him. In 1964, the college was nationalized.[1]

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A monument of the visiting of Rabindranth Tagore at the Ananda Mohan College Campus on 16 February 1926

Notable alumni[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Islam, Aminul (27 January 2008). "Centenary of AMC College, Mymensingh". Star Campus. The Daily Star. 

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Coordinates: 24°45′42″N 90°23′43″E / 24.7617°N 90.3952°E / 24.7617; 90.3952