Chittagong Cantonment Public College

Coordinates: 22°23′50″N 91°48′54″E / 22.3972°N 91.8150°E / 22.3972; 91.8150
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Chittagong Cantonment Public College
চট্টগ্রাম ক্যান্টনমেন্ট পাবলিক কলেজ

Mottoআল্লাহ আমায় জ্ঞান দাও
(Allah Give Me Knowledge)
Established1961 (1961)
Area trusteeChittagong Cantonment
PrincipalColonel Mujibul Haque Sikder, PBGM
LanguageBengali and English
CampusUrban20 acres (0.081 km2)
Houses  Pritilata

  Nazrul   Jahangir

Color(s)   (School)


SportsCricket, Football
AffiliationMinistry of Education National University

Chittagong Cantonment Public College (CCPC) is a higher secondary educational institution in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It was established in 1961, and administered by the Bangladesh Army. The institution also offers post-secondary education.[1] It has been consecutively awarded the "Best College" award of the Chittagong district in "Jatio Shikkha Shoptaho" by the Ministry of Education in 2016, 2017 and 2018.[2][3]


Chittagong Cantonment Public College follows the National Curriculum English and Bengali Version by the Ministry of Education, Bangladesh.


President Ayub Khan laid the stone of this institution. The institution got recognition by the Comilla educational board in 1971. It was once damaged by the effect of 1971 liberation war and got reestablished on 17 March 1972.[4]


This institution is usually led by an army principal who is usually a Colonel of the Bangladesh Army. At present the principal is Col Mujibul Haque Sikder, PBGM . The school and college sections have separate vice-principals.

List of principals[edit]

  • A.B. Ashraf Uddin Ahmed (7.02.75–14.05.78)
  • Golam Jilani Najre Murshid (15.05.78–15.11.99)
  • L. Colonel Abdul Baten, AEC (04.01.00–29.08.02)
  • Colonel Mokarram Ali Khan (29.08.02–18.10.03)
  • L. Colonel Mohammed Shamsul Alam, PSC AEC (24.11.03–17.01.05)
  • Colonel Sayed Mofazzel Maola (17.01.05–15.08.05)
  • Colonel Shah Murtaza Ali (16.08.05–04.02.07)
  • Colonel Mohamed Jahid Hossain, Phd (09.05.07–16.08.08)
  • Colonel Mohammed Anisur Rahman, PSC (17.08.08–20.03.10)
  • Colonel Syed Golam Jahid, PSC (20.03.10-07.08.12)
  • Colonel Muhammed Asadujjaman Subhani (08.08.12–16.01.13)
  • Colonel Shahriyar Ahmed Chowdhury, PSC (17.01.13–12.12.13)
  • Colonel Abu Saleh Muhammed Rafiqul Islam, AEC (01.01.14–06.06.15)
  • Colonel Abu Naser Muhammed Toha, AFWC, PSC (06.06.15-14.02.18)[5]
  • Colonel Md. Moniruzzaman, psc (16.02.18-30.04.21)[6]
  • Col Mujibul Haque Sikder, PBGM

Faculties and departments[edit]

The institution has only one faculty.

Faculty of Business Studies[edit]

  • Department of Management

Professional course[edit]

Extra-curricular activities[edit]

Students of this institution participate in various activities outside of their studies.[7] They have achievements in various sectors including science fairs, different olympiads etc.[8] The institution also runs many clubs and programs.[9]


CCPC's student population has recently ranged from 3500 to 4000, across all programs (1st grade-degree level). CCPC has enrolled nearly 2500 students in school programs, 1000 students in college programs, and around 500 students in degree programs. The total population is 45% female and 55% male students.

Notable alumni[edit]

College section of the institution
The corridor inside the campus


  1. ^ a b "Chittagong Cantonment Public College - 4311".
  2. ^ প্রতিবেদক, নিজস্ব. "চট্টগ্রাম ক্যান্টনমেন্ট পাবলিক কলেজে পুরস্কার বিতরণ অনুষ্ঠান". Prothomalo (in Bengali). Retrieved 28 August 2021.
  3. ^ পরিচয় (23 March 2019). "জাতীয় শিক্ষা সপ্তাহে চট্টগ্রাম ক্যান্টনমেন্ট পাবলিক কলেজের ঈর্ষণীয় সাফল্য". পরিচয়. Retrieved 28 August 2021.
  4. ^ "Introduction to Chittagong Cantonment Public College". CCPC. Archived from the original on 28 March 2018. Retrieved 8 April 2018.
  5. ^ Giriprava. List of principals (2015 ed.). Chittagong Cantonment Public College. p. 15.
  6. ^ Giriprava-2019. Chattogram Cantonment Public College. 2019. p. 10.
  7. ^ "Achievement". Chittagong Cantonment Public College. Archived from the original on 31 October 2016. Retrieved 5 January 2016.
  8. ^ "Young Ctg scientists show their innovations". The Daily Star. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
  9. ^ "Pioneering school MUN in Chittagong". The Daily Star. Retrieved 24 August 2017.

External links[edit]

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