Bangladesh MHM School & College

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Bangladesh M.H.M. School & College
School logo 2.jpg
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
Motto Knowledge is Power
(জ্ঞানেই শক্তি)
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 - maroon, 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. However the students studying there are very limited in their knowledge of the English Language.[citation needed]

The institution follows the national curriculum of Bangladesh under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) of Dhaka.

History[edit]

It was established in 1979.[1]

In 2005 the chairperson of the BISE of Dhaka, Prof. Shaheda Obaed, stated that the managing committee setup is not legal under BISE rules and should be abolished. The BISE also stated that no teachers may be fired without BISE approval; there was controversy after the principal of MHM fired two popular teachers.[2]

The school was renovated in 2006.[3]

Transport[edit]

The school maintains a fleet of school buses. As of 2006 the school had 12 buses, two of which were recently acquired.[1]

Student body[edit]

As of 2006 the school had about 600 students. It serves the Bangladeshi expatriates in Qatar.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Bangladesh school adds two new buses to its fleet." Gulf Times. Friday 24 November 2006. Retrieved on June 2, 2016.
  2. ^ Mannan, Mohamed Abdul. "Bangladesh MHM school panel is deemed ‘illegal’ by Dhaka." Gulf Times. Thursday 26 May 2005. Retrieved on June 2, 2016.
  3. ^ Mannan, Mohamed Abdul. "Bangladesh school wears a new look." Gulf Times. Saturday 19 August 2006. Retrieved on June 2, 2016.
  • 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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