Bangladesh M.H.M High School & College, Doha-Qatar

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Bangladesh M.H.M High School & College
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Gyan e Shokti
(Knowledge is Power)
Location
Abu Hamour,Doha, Qatar.
Doha
Qatar
Coordinates 25°13′25″N 51°29′37″E / 25.22361°N 51.49361°E / 25.22361; 51.49361Coordinates: 25°13′25″N 51°29′37″E / 25.22361°N 51.49361°E / 25.22361; 51.49361
Information
Type Private expatriate school
Religious affiliation(s) Muslim
Established 1979
Founder Brigadier Mohammed Mashoor-ul-Haque
President H.E Syed Masud Mahmood Khundokar
Principal MD.Jassim Uddin
Staff 150
Gender Males and Females
Age 3 to 18+
Enrollment 1000
Houses 4
Color(s) House colors: Meghna - red, Korotoa - yellow, Padma - green, Jamuna - blue
Publication The Mirror

Bangladesh Mashoor-ul-Haque Memorial High School and College, commonly known as Bangladesh M. H. M. School, is a government school for boys and girls in Qatar.B.M.H.M.S.C school is also famous for cricket.B.M.H.M.S.C have won under-14 two times but in under-16 they became runners up. B.M.H.M.S.C is also good in study.

The institution follows national curriculum of Bangladesh under Dhaka Board (BISE).

References[edit]

  • Science Fair 2007 [1]
  • Bangladesh expatriates mark Mother Language Day [2]
  • Bangladesh school adds two new buses to its fleet [3]
  • Bangladesh cultural show [4]
  • Bangladesh MHM school panel is deemed ‘illegal’ by Dhaka [5]
  • Bangladesh school records best-ever result [6]
  • Bangladesh school records 100% pass in board exam [7]
  • Bangladesh school wears a new look [8]
  • Bangladesh school marks Eid with colourful dance [9]
  • Bangladesh Mashhoor-Ul Haque Memorial High School & College.[10]
  • 58.36% pass SSC exams : 32,646 students obtain GPA-5 [11]
  • Miss Bangladesh Nazia crowned 'Miss Asia’ in Kansas of US [12]
  • Bangladesh Mashoor-ul Haque Memorial School and College - Doha, Qatar Alumni Registry
  • SSC candidates overseas perform best [13]
  • Bangladeshi delegation visits community school [14]
  • Science Fair 2011

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