Kabi Nazrul Government College

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Kabi Nazrul Government College
কবি নজরুল সরকারী কলেজ
Kabi Nazrul Government College logo.jpg
KNGC
Address
Municipality Street
Laxmi Bazer, Old Dhaka
Dhaka, 1100
Bangladesh
Information
Type public
Motto Education is Light
Established 1874
Founder Haji Muhammad Mohsin
Principal I K selim ullah khondokar
Gender Boys and Girls
Campus size 18 Acre
Campus type Urban
Sports Football, cricket, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, hockey, badminton
Team name KNGC Team
Affiliation Dhaka University
Alumni Kabi Nazrul Govt. College Association (KNGCA)
Board Dhaka Education Board
Website

Kabi Nazrul Government College (also KNGC) is a public college located in Laxmi Bazar, Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.[1][2][3]

it offers higher-secondary education (HSC).it has bachelor's degree and master's degree programmes as well which divisions are affiliated with the university of dhaka.

History[edit]

In 1874, "Mohasania Madrasah" was established by a grant from the Mohsin Fund. It was built in the model of Calcutta Alia Madrasah (now Aliah University). The institute was later known as "Dhaka Madrasah". In 1915, it became "Dhaka High Madrasah". In 1916, the Anglo-Persian department became a separate school named "Dhaka Government Muslim High School".[4]

After the establishment of University of Dhaka in 1921, the school was upgraded into a college and renamed to "Islamic Intermediate College". In 1968, the college section was named "Government College Dhaka". In 1972, the college was renamed to its current name.[4] total student-33000.

Landmarks[edit]

total student-33000

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Voting at Kabi Nazrul College suspended". www.dhakatribune.com. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 
  2. ^ "Voting not well at all". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 
  3. ^ "JnU, Kabi Nazrul College Chhatra League activists clash over extortion of money from students". bdnews24.com. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 
  4. ^ a b "About Us". kncollege.gov.bd. 2 August 2016. 

Coordinates: 23°45′54″N 90°22′4″E / 23.76500°N 90.36778°E / 23.76500; 90.36778