Gurudayal Government College

Coordinates: 24°26′27″N 90°46′28″E / 24.4409°N 90.7744°E / 24.4409; 90.7744
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Gurudayal Government College
গুরুদয়াল সরকারি কলেজ
Established1943; 80 years ago (1943)
AffiliationNational University, Bangladesh
PrincipalJamalur Rahman

24°26′27″N 90°46′28″E / 24.4409°N 90.7744°E / 24.4409; 90.7744
Gurudayal Government College entrance

Gurudayal Government College or Gurudayal College (Bengali: গুরুদয়াল সরকারি মহাবিদ্যালয়) is a public tertiary higher education institution. It is affiliated to the National University in Bangladesh. The college is located in Kishoreganj, Bangladesh. The college was founded in 1943[1]

The college has its campus on 22.72 acre of land. As of 2021, it had 22,000 students. The college offers higher secondary education, undergraduate (three-year bachelor pass and four-year bachelor's honours), and graduate (master's) level education to students. Undergraduate and graduate level education is imparted in four key areas: arts, commerce, science, and social science. Undergraduate honour's level education are offered in sixteen disciplines: Bangla; English; history; Islamic history and culture; philosophy; political science; economics; accounting; management; physics; chemistry; botany; zoology; geography and environment; and mathematics.


As of June 2022, the college had a total of 163 academic positions: 16 professors, 32 associate professor, 47 assistant professor, and 66 lecturer positions. The academics are selected by the Bangladesh Public Service Commission, and appointed by the government of Bangladesh (Ministry of Public Administration) as a member of Bangladesh Civil Service (General Education) Cadre Service. The conditions of the service and related other matters are managed by the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE), and the Secondary and Higher Education Division (SHED).

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  1. ^ Rahman, Hakim Md Fazlur (2012). "Kishoreganj Sadar Upazila". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. (eds.). Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.