Ananda Mohan College
|Motto||Welcome for knowledge, go for hospitality|
|Bangladesh National University|
|Chancellor||President of Bangladesh|
|Location||Mymensingh Town, Bangladesh|
|Campus||Urban, 15.28 acres|
|Colours||Blue and Gold|
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.
- Islamic History and Culture
- Islamic Studies
- Political Science
- Social Welfare
- Banking & Finance
- Nurul Amin – prime minister
- Abul Fateh — diplomat, statesman and Sufi
- Nirmalendu Goon — poet
- Prabodh Chandra Goswami — educationist
- Niharranjan Ray — historian
- P. C. Sorcar — magician
- Syed Waliullah — novelist
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