Manarat Dhaka International School and College

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Manarat Dhaka International School & College (MDIC)
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Location
Gulshan, Dhaka
Bangladesh
Coordinates 23°47′27″N 90°25′15″E / 23.7908°N 90.4207°E / 23.7908; 90.4207Coordinates: 23°47′27″N 90°25′15″E / 23.7908°N 90.4207°E / 23.7908; 90.4207
Information
Established 1979 (1979)

Manarat Dhaka International School & College (MDIC) is a trust-owned school in Gulshan, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It offers British Curriculum from play-group to advanced level, offering IGCSE O-Level and GCE A-Level examinations, held under the University of London External System and the Edexcel Examination Board. Manarat emphasizes moral teachings and etiquette more than textbook knowledge. Manarat encourages its students to learn Arabic from a very young age. It also stresses Islamic teachings and inspire students to strengthen their iman.[citation needed]

The current Principal of the School is Brig. Gen (Retd) Md Mehdi Hassan Pramanik, psc and the School's Vice Principal Ms. Fatima Jemaima Rahman (Female) and Mohammad Farooque (Mael)

History[edit]

The Manarat Dhaka International School & College established in 1979.

Campus[edit]

Manarat's campus is located in Gulshan, Plot - CEN 16, Road - 104[1] with 3200 active students and no less than 230 teaching staff and 150 admin staff. The school holds an assembly on two mornings. Manarat has laboratories with up-to-date equipment for the standards of O Level and A Level examinations. It has 2 computer labs. It also has a multimedia language lab. Manarat has a library to provide students with reading materials. Manarat also offers indoor sports such as: table tennis and carom in its common room.

Extra curricular activities[edit]

The Manarat Association of Debaters has hosted and participated in many competitions at home and abroad.[2] This accomplished debating association has promoted Bangladesh by becoming runners-up in the SAARC Debate Championship in New Delhi in 2008. Members of the debating team also represented Bangladesh in the 1st World's Championship Debate Competition in 2006 at Wales, United Kingdom and in the 2nd World's Championship Debate Competition in Seoul, South Korea.

Manarat also has its own community service club, the Manarat Welfare Student's Association (MSWA). It organizes various charitable works including fundraising campaigns for the poor and sick, winter clothes distributions, fund raising for disaster victims such as AILA and SIDR. The MSWA also raised funds for Gaza victims and presented them to the Palestinian ambassador.

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