Eden Mohila College
|ইডেন মহিলা কলেজ|
The main gate of Eden Mohila College
|Type||Govt. University College|
Eden Mohila College (Bengali: ইডেন মহিলা কলেজ), generally called Eden College (Bengali: ইডেন কলেজ), 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.
- Siddika Kabir
- Khodeja Khatun, a writer, was a professor of Bangla at the college from 1960 to 1968, and became its principal in 1972.
- Four-year honours course
- Masters programs
- Degree pass course
- Begum Badrunnesa Government Girls' College, formerly affiliated with Eden Mohila College
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