Mirpur Government High School

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Mirpur Government High School
মিরপুর সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়
Location
Mirpur-1, Dhaka-1216

Bangladesh
Coordinates23°47′58″N 90°21′08″E / 23.7994°N 90.3522°E / 23.7994; 90.3522Coordinates: 23°47′58″N 90°21′08″E / 23.7994°N 90.3522°E / 23.7994; 90.3522
Information
TypeGovernment
Established1963 (1963)
HeadmasterMohammad Nayem Khan
GradesClass 1 to 10
Number of students2000
Campus size115 Acres

Mirpur Government High School (Bengali: মিরপুর সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়) is a secondary school in Mirpur Model Thana, Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1]

History[edit]

The school was established as the Bengali Medium School (বেঙ্গলী মিডিয়াম স্কুল) during the East Pakistan era in 1963. Bengali Medium School was involved in the Bengali Language Movement, a key forerunner to the Bangladesh Liberation War.

The school came under government control under the Ershad regime, and was given its present name.

Academics[edit]

Mirpur Government High School is the only government high school in the greater Mirpur area. The school operates a double shift, with girls attending in the morning (7:00 AM to 12:00 noon) and boys in the afternoon (12:30 noon to 5:15 PM).

Campus[edit]

Mirpur Government High School stands on a 115-acre (47 ha) campus. It consists of one two-storey building constructed in 1963, a newer five-storey building, and a separate building housing a common room.

Groups[edit]

There are three groups in this school. Namely- Science & Commerce.

Admissions and fees[edit]

In order to be admitted into this school one has to sit for examination. Since it is a government school, it follows all criteria given from the Board of Dhaka.[2]

Reference[edit]

  1. ^ "Mirapura sarakāri ucca bidyālaẏa" মিরপুর সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয় [Mirpur Government High School]. Mirpur Government High School (in Bengali).
  2. ^ Mirpur Govt. High School