Uttara High School and College

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Uttara High School and College
উত্তরা হাইস্কুল ও কলেজ
Uttara High School and College-logo.png
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Road# 1 & 27

Sector# 7, Uttara

Coordinates23°52′15″N 90°23′51″E / 23.8709°N 90.3974°E / 23.8709; 90.3974Coordinates: 23°52′15″N 90°23′51″E / 23.8709°N 90.3974°E / 23.8709; 90.3974
MottoEducation for Peace and Progress
Established1985, College in 2009
FounderUttara Welfare Association Land Donated By: Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK)[1]
School boardDhaka Education Board
School codeSchool 1377, College 1146
ChairpersonMd. Afsar Uddin Khan
PrincipalMd. Hafizur Rahman Mollah
GenderBoy (Day Shift) Girl (Morning Shift)
Number of students8000+
Hours in school day10 hours
Campus size2.32 acres (9,400 m2)
Campus typeUrban
Color(s)  White ,   Navy Blue
PublicationUnnesh <discontinued>

Uttara High School and College is a few metres from Dhaka-Mymensingh Road (Asian Highway) close to Azampur bus-stand. It is situated in the heart of Uttara Model Town at Sector-7 about two kilometers from the Hazrat Shah Jalal (R) International Airport.

The school was established in 1985.[2] In the Junior School Certificate (JSC) exams, the school placed eighth in 2010 and seventeenth in 2011, among schools under the Dhaka Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.[3][4]



  1. ^ https://www.rajukdhaka.gov.bd/
  2. ^ সাধারণ তথ্য [General Information]. Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics (in Bengali). Retrieved 31 October 2019.
  3. ^ "The Top 20 schools". bdnews24.com. 30 December 2010.
  4. ^ "Rajuk's Uttara school tops Dhaka board". bdnews24.com. 28 December 2011.
  5. ^ Islam, Zia Nazmul (15 February 2014). "Mahi Fire in Disguise". The Daily Star.

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