Eden Mohila College
|Type||Govt. University College|
|Principal||Professor Supriya Bhattacharjee|
|Affiliations||University of Dhaka|
Eden Mohila College (known as Eden College), is a women's college in Azimpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established in 1873 in the Farashganj area of Dhaka. In 1878 the school was named after Ashley Eden, Lieutenant Governor of Bengal. The college moved to its present premises in 1963. It is affiliated with the University of Dhaka as of 16 February 2017.
Arts & Social Science
Department of Bangla
Department of English
Department of History
Department of Philosophy
Department of Islamic Studies
Department of Economics
Department of Political Science
Department of Sociology
Department of Social Work
Department of Chemistry
Department of Physics
Department of Botany
Department of Zoology
Department of Statistics
Department of Mathematics
Department of Psychology
Department of Accounting
Department of Marketing
Department of Management
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (February 2021)
- Pritilata Waddedar- Bengali revolutionary
- Sheikh Hasina- prime minister of Bangladesh
- Amena Begum - politician
- Monira Rahman - human rights activist
- Ferdousi Mazumder - actress
- Matia Chowdhury - politician
- Dilara Zaman - actress
- Akhtar Imam- from the mid-1940s until 1956.
- Siddika Kabir
- Khodeja Khatun- a writer, was a professor of Bangla from 1960 to 1968, and became its principal in 1972.
- Honors degree
- Masters degree
- Degree pass course
- Begum Badrunnesa Government Girls' College, formerly affiliated with Eden Mohila College
- Muminunnesa Women's College
- Pakundia Adarsha Mohila College
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