Rangpur Government College
রংপুর সরকারি কলেজ
|Principal||Kanij Umme Nazma Nasrin|
|Vice Principal||Professor Dr. Nasima Yeasmin Chowdhury|
Rangpur Government College is a renowned educational institution in Rangpur, Bangladesh. It was established on July 25, 1963. It is situated in Radaballav, within one kilometer from the town center.
In the year 1963, when it is turned into a government institution, number of student seats in Carmichael College became limited. In this situation, the absence of a college proving education to the extended number of students is intensely felt. In this circumstance some philanthropists including Prof. Fulle Hossain, the then District Commissioner O.M. Carnie, Assistant District Commissioner Abdus Sattar, District Education Officer Tahemidur Rahman, advocate Abul Khan, Amin Hossain, Abul Salek, Moin Uddin Sarker et. el. come forward to set up a college. Some rich people also gave necessary land to establish the college immediately. Finally on July 25, 1963, it got established. Since its establishment till 1992, it was under the supervision of Rajshahi University. It becomes a government college on November 1, 1984. It came under Bangladesh National University in 1993.
The college with its four academic buildings stands on 5.26 acre of land. It has two hostels for students. The female hostel can accommodate 100 students while the male host, namely Shahid Moslem Uddin Chattrabas is obsolete now. Some extra-curriculum activities based students organizations are also functioning in the campus. These are, voluntary blood donation related club Badhon, Bangladesh National cadet Corps (BNCC), Red Crescent Society etc.
Currently about 16000 HSC, Honors, and Masters level students are enrolled in the college in regular and irregular session, 2400 of them being HSC students. Number of teachers is 62. There are three main branches of study in this college: science, arts and commerce. Fourteen Honors level subjects offered in this college are given below:
- Political Science
- Islamic History
Total number of class rooms is 23.
- Political Science