Brahmanbaria Government College

Coordinates: 23°58′00″N 91°06′45″E / 23.9666°N 91.1125°E / 23.9666; 91.1125
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Brahmanbaria Government College
Established1948 (1948)
PrincipalProfessor Md. Hanif
Academic staff
23°58′00″N 91°06′45″E / 23.9666°N 91.1125°E / 23.9666; 91.1125
Colours  Red and white

Brahmanbaria Government College is an educational institute of Brahmanbaria. The college is 200 yards east from Brahmanbaria Railway Station. This college is affiliated to National University, Bangladesh.

Founding background[edit]

In the 1939, the British troops took Feni College when it was started during World War II. Then for some years Feni College was temporarily transferred from Feni to Brahmanbaria.[1] At the end of the war, the college again went back to Feni. Brahmanbaria Government College was founded in 1948[2] on the infrastructure that Feni College left behind.

Brahmanbaria College was privately run in the initiative of the people of the area and in 1979 the college was nationalized. In the initial stage, the Higher Secondary and Bachelor Pass courses were introduced in the college. Honours courses of Mathematics and Political Science started from the 1993–94 academic year. Gradually, 12 honours and master's subjects were introduced in the college.[3]


  1. Bachelor (Honours) Course: 15 topics[4]
  2. Postgraduate Courses: Political Science and Mathematics
  3. Master's Preliminary Course: Political Science

Faculty of Arts[edit]

  • Bengali
  • English
  • Philosophy
  • History
  • Islamic Studies
  • Islamic History and Culture[4]

Faculty of Social Science[edit]

  • Political Science
  • Economics
  • Sociology[4]

Faculty of Science[edit]

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Botany
  • Zoology[4]

Faculty of Business Administration[edit]

  • Accounting
  • Management.[4]


  • Eight academic buildings[4]
  • Administrative building[4]
  • Three hostels[4]
  • Mosque[4]
  • Teacher's auditorium[4]
  • Two student hostels[4]
  • Teachers' dormitory[4]


  1. ^ "Tina prajanmēra kalēja" তিন প্রজন্মের কলেজ [College of three generations]. Prothom Alo (in Bengali). Retrieved 29 January 2017.
  2. ^ Litu, Shekh Muhammad Sayed Ullah (2012). "Brahmanbaria District". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. (eds.). Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  3. ^ "History". Bangladesh National Portal (in Bengali).
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "College History". Brahmanbaria Government College (in Bengali).

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