|Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Public College|
বীরশ্রেষ্ঠ নূর মোহাম্মদ পাবলিক কলেজ
Headquarters of Border Guards Bangladesh
|Other names||BNMPC ; RPSC ; Noor Mohammad College ; Rifles Public|
|Former name||Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Rifles School and College, Rifles Public School & College, Rifles High School|
|Type||High School & College|
|Established||1st August, 1977|
|Authority||Border Guard Bangladesh|
|Chairperson||Brigadier General Benazir Ahmed|
|Principal||Lieutenant Colonel Md. Abu Sayed (2023-present)|
|Gender||Male and Female|
|Age range||6 to 19|
|Language||Bengali and English version|
|Campus size||6.6 acres|
|Color(s)||brown and Navy blue|
|Affiliation||Ministry of Education (Bangladesh)|
Birshreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College (BNMPC) (formerly Rifles Public School and College) is a Bangladeshi school and college located at the headquarters of Border Guard Bangladesh in Pilkhana and widely regarded as one of the best educational institutions of the country. Although originally established to ensure the education of the children of Border Guards Bangladesh (former Bangladesh Rifles) members but civilians can also study here. Major General Shakil Ahmed is the Chief patron of the college, Brigadier General Benazir Ahmed is the chairperson of the governing body, and Lieutenant Colonel Md. Abu Sayed is the principal.
Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Public College was established in 1977 in Pilkhana which contains the headquarters of the Bangladesh Border Guards. It was named after Lance naik Nur Mohammad Sheikh, who served in Bangladesh Rifles and died in action during Bangladesh Liberation War. For his actions during the war he was awarded the highest gallantry award of Bangladesh, Bir Sreshtho. The classes for secondary school began in 1978 and students first sat for the Secondary School Certificate examinations in 1980. Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Rifles Public School was upgraded to Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Rifles Public School & College in 1983 and students from the college first sat for the Higher Secondary Certificate examinations in 1985. The school adopted the English version of the national curriculum in 2004.
The Director General of the Border Guards Bangladesh serves as the chief patron of the college. The school has more than three thousand students of whom 14 percent are related to Border Guards Bangladesh personnel. It was one of the top ten best performing schools in Higher Secondary Certificate examinations in Bangladesh in 2009.
On 29 November 2021, students of Birshrestha Noor Mohammad Public College protested for safe roads in Nilkhet.
The institution has primary and primary secondary education as well as higher secondary education. Secondary facilities are science and deposits and secondary approvals as well as humanitarian measures in exchange for higher terms. Both Bengali and English versions can be studied upto Mediac.
In the first class and KG class, the students who want to get admission are selected and given the chance of admission through lottery system. Apart from these two classes, admission is taken through admission test subject to availability of seats in all other classes of the school branch. Those who pass the written test in the school admission test are given the opportunity to take the oral test. According to the revised government rules for college admission, admission is given based on the results of secondary examination.
Follows the curriculum prescribed by the National Curriculum and Textbook Board of Bangladesh. The institution is approved by Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Students can participate in Secondary and Higher Secondary Examinations.
Morning and afternoon shifts exist in the Bengali version of the school. All students from KG to V and all girls from VI to XII participate in the morning shift. The afternoon shift is reserved for the remaining sixth to twelfth grade students. All English version students simultaneously attend classes in the morning shift.
In 2008, the Dhaka Board of Education recognized BNMPC for its performance on the HSC examinations. 
•BNMPC Science Club
•BNMPC Information & Technology Club
•BNMPC Business Club
•BNMPC English Debating Club
•BNMPC Bangla Debating Club
•BNMPC English Language Club
•BNMPC Music Club
•International Affairs Forum BNMPC
•BNMPC General Knowledge Club
•BNMPC Wellbeing Club
•BNMPC Firefox Club
•BNMPC Photography Club
•BNMPC Games & Sports Club
•BNMPC Social Service Club
•The entire college campus consists of 5 buildings. These are: College Building - 1, College Building - 2 School Building, Multipurpose Building, English Version Building. There is a playground in front of the college building and a basketball court in front of the English version building. There are a total of 4 gates including the front door on the south side. Except for the front door, the remaining doors are connected to the pilkhana.
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