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Mirzapur Cadet College

Mirzapur Cadet College

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  • Mirzapur Cadet College
  • Mirzapur Cadet College

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    Area: Mirzapur
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    Mirzapur Cadet College

    Duration: ২ বছর
    class schedule: Day Shift
    Area: Mirzapur
    Admission Fee:
    Number of Session: ২০২০-২০২১
    Last Date of admission: N/A
  • Institute Type
  • Government
  • Authorization
  • Education Board Approved
  • Total Students
  • 1100
  • Total Course
  • 2
  • Total Teachers
  • 90
  • Establish Year
  • 1965
  • Department
  • 1
  • Mirzapur.Tangail, 1942 , Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • 01989864276
  • mcc.mirzapur1963@gma il.com

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After the establishment of Faujderhat Cadet College in Chittagong district and Jhenaidah Cadet College in the Khulna division the foundation of Momenshahi Cadet College (former name of Mirzapur Cadet College) was planned. The objective of the new college was to prepare army officers for the Pakistan Army. East Pakistan period The then president of Pakistan Field Marshal Ayub Khan laid the foundation stone of Momenshahi Cadet College at the Mirzapur Upazila in the then Mymensingh District (now Tangail district) of Bangladesh on 29 November 1963. The foundation stone is still there on the wall of the main academic building of the college. Major General Fazle Mukim Khan formally opened the college on 9 January 1965. The first principal was Mr. Michael William Pitt. Academic activities started from that year with intakes in Classes 7, 8 and 9. Liberation War period After 7 March speech a violent procession by an angry mob entered the college campus on the 8th. Principal Wng Comd Sulaiman Haider Kayani closed the college then and sent all the cadets home. During the liberation war the college was opened in the first week of November 1971 with Mr Wahab as acting Principal. Bangladesh period Each year at least 900 7th graders compete to earn the 50 seats available. Other cadet colleges were established. Today there are 12 cadet colleges, including three for girls only.

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