• Tejgaon College

    Tejgaon College (Bengali: তেজগাঁও কলেজ) is a college in Dhaka city, Bangladesh which was founded in 1961. It has 30,000 students.[citation needed] Tejgaon College is 50 years old.

    Tejgaon College is located at Farmgate, at the Dhaka city centre. It had primarily started off as a night college in a school campus at Sadarghat. After successive moves to Tejgaon Industrial Area, Alia Madrasha (Bakshi Bazaar), Polytechnic School and Al-Razee Hospital Building, it is now located at Indira Road, Farmgate, Dhaka.

  • Dhaka City College

    Dhaka City College (DCC) is one of the oldest colleges in Bangladesh. It is located at Dhanmondi, kudrat-e-khuda road in Dhaka city. It offers graduation and post graduation course in majors and HSC. The college is affiliated with the National University.

    Dhaka City College was established in 1957 under the patronage of educationists and social workers. The classes of the college were held at West End High School and thereafter at Dhaka College. In 1970 the college was shifted to Dhanmondi Road No. 2 at its own premises

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  • Shaikh Burhanuddin Post Graduate College

    Shaikh Burhanuddin Post Graduate College is prominent and old university college in old dhaka. Neda-e-Islam established Shaikh Burhanuddin Post Graduate College in 1965 at 50,Narinda, Dhaka after the demise (9 May 1964) of the Great Reformer Imaamut Tareeqat Allama Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Burhanuddin Uwaysi to commemorate his holly name. From the year 1949 Imaamut Tareeqat established and run successfully Twenty Institutions in his lifetime.

    And Shaikh Burhanuddin College is the 21st institution of Neda-e-Islam. Later it was shifted to 60,Nazimuddin Road, Dhaka (Old Radio Broadcasting Center) on 8 February 1968. To implement Article 3(C) of the Memorandum of Neda-e-Islam to precipitate the needed Islamic Spiritual Reformed Environment in General and Modern Education, it is absolutely free from students politics as the founder organization Neda-e-Islam is absolutely Non-political.

  • Ahsanullah Institute of Information and Communication Technology

    Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (R.) founded Dhaka Ahsania Mission more than half century back in the year 1958. A great Sufi saint, Philosopher, renowned educationist and social reformer. With the motto of divine and humanitarian service and founding aim of ‘social and spiritual development of entire human community’, Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (R.) (1873-1965) dedicated his long chequered life for advancement of the backward community in late nineteenth and early twentieth century.

    Dhaka Ahsania Mission, a national level NGO in Consultative status with United Nations ECOSOC and in Operational Relation with UNESCO ,engaged in Education, Livelihood , Health & Human Rights sector since 1958. Dhaka Ahsania Mission has sponsored several educational institutions which are providing quality education and unique in their respective field of education. Ahsanullah Institute of Information & Communication Technology(AIICT) is one of  these educational institute. It is an institute of Dhaka Ahsania Mission affiliated under the National University. It was established with a view to spread the information technology all over Bangladesh in the year 2001.

    The aim of the AIICT is to provide quality service to the society in the field of dissemination of information technology gradually extending the network to the rural areas. In the year 2001,It has started it’s journey with 30 students during the school year 2001-2002.At present the number of students is around 530

  • Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

    Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh is a private college Dhaka Bangladesh and affiliated with the National University The institute is regulated by a governing body consisting of professors of Dhaka University subjects experts, within the rules and regulations of National University of Bangladesh.

  • Government Titumir College

    Government Titumir College ( সরকারি তিতুমীর কলেজ ) is one of the greatest educational institutions in Bangladesh. In terms of student number it is the largest college in Bangladesh. It is located on the A.K. Khandakar Road in the posh area of Gulshan, Dhaka. This college is named after Mir Nesar Ali Titumir, the first martyr in the struggle for liberation in the subcontinent.It is affiliated with the University of Dhaka

  • Govt.Bangla College

    Government Bangla College (Bengaliসরকারি বাঙলা কলেজ) is a government educational institution located in the northwest part of the capital city of Dhaka in Bangladesh.The college was established on 1 October 1962 by Principal Abul Kashem to promote the use of the Bangla in higher education and to establish the language in all spheres of national life of Bangalis. It is affiliated with the University of Dhaka.

  • Dhaka College

    Dhaka College (ঢাকা কলেজ) is a public college located in Dhaka Bangladesh. It offers higher-secondary education (HSC). It has bachelor's degree and master's degree programs as well which divisions are affiliated to the University of Dhaka since Feb 16, 2017.

  • Eden Mohila College

    Eden Mohila College ( ইডেন মহিলা কলেজ ), generally called Eden College( ইডেন কলেজ ), is a women's college in Azimpur Dhaka Bangladesh It was established in 1873 in the Farashganj area of Dhaka. In 1878 the school was named after Ashley Eden, Lieutenant Governor of Bengal.The college moved to its present premises in 1963.It is affiliated with the

  • Begum Badrunnesa Government Girls' College

    Begum Badrunnesa Govt. Girls' College. (BBGGC) is one of the leading educational institutes in The College was incorporated in 1948 as an intermediate college under Eden Girls' College. In 1962 Eden College gained a second campus at Azimpur, and the older campus at Bakshi Bazar was renamed, and later separated from Eden Mohila College, Dhaka Girls' College obtained approval of offering honours degrees in 16 subjects in 2004, and has also got approval for running master's degrees, English,sociology, history and home economics.

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