Ananda Mohan College

Coordinates: 24°45′41″N 90°23′59″E / 24.76139°N 90.39972°E / 24.76139; 90.39972
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Ananda Mohan College
আনন্দ মোহন কলেজ
Logo of Ananda Mohan College
Former names
Mymensingh Institution

City Collegiate School

Mymensingh City College
Mottoজ্ঞানের জন্য আসো, সেবার জন্য বেরিয়ে যাও (Bangla) Translation: Come for knowledge, go for hospitality
TypePublic
Established1908 (1908)
Academic affiliation
Graduation and post-graduation: Bangladesh National University


Higher Secondary :Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Mymensingh
ChancellorPresident Mohammed Shahabuddin
PrincipalProfessor Md. Aman Ullah Bhuiyan
Studentsabout 35,000
Location
College Road, Mymensingh City
,
24°45′41″N 90°23′59″E / 24.76139°N 90.39972°E / 24.76139; 90.39972
CampusUrban, 15.28 acres
Websiteanandamohangovtcollege.edu.bd

Ananda Mohan College(Bengali: আনন্দ মোহন কলেজ) or Government Ananda Mohan College is a fully government-aided public college, affiliated to National University, Bangladesh and Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Mymensingh, in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.[1] One of the oldest educational premises in South Asia, the institute was established in 1880 by Ananda Mohan Bose as Mymensingh Institution during British Raj.[2][3][4][5][6] [7]

History[edit]

Anandamohan Bose, who founded the City College in 1878, decided to open a branch of it at his home town in Mymensingh. In 1880, an educational institution was established at the residence of Ananda Mohan as Mymensingh Institution, later named the City Collegiate School in 1883.[8] In 1901 City Collegiate School opened college section and named Mymensingh City College. Later the college section of the institution was shifted to College Road on 1 January 1908 as a college and then it was named after him. In 1964, the college was nationalized.[9]

A monument of the visiting of Rabindranth Tagore at the Ananda Mohan College Campus on 16 February 1926

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