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কুষ্টিয়া সরকারি কলেজ
|Campus||Urban, 26 acres (11 ha)|
Kushtia Government College (Bengali: কুষ্টিয়া সরকারি কলেজ) is a traditional college in Kushtia District of Bangladesh. The college is located on a 5-acre land in a beautiful and pleasant environment inside the city of Kushtia. This college is affiliated with Bangladesh National University. The college was established on 1 January 1948. The reputation of the college has been jealous since its inception while it is one of the 30 first-class colleges in Bangladesh. Greater Kushtia and the surrounding region ensure education for the people of the role of this college is immense. The students and teachers of this college have played a role in the struggle of various movements, from the language movement to the great liberation war.
History of establishment
The great initiative of local educationists and philanthropists established this college on 1 January 1948 for the betterment of education.
In a pleasant environment surrounded by the trees, the students are in the 5 acre campus lively with five college buildings.
Amount of land
The college has five acres (2.0 ha) land in total.
Today, the college has more than 22,000 students.
The college have 19 different departments. Bangali, English, Economics, Politics, Social Science, Philosophy, History, History and Culture of Islam, Islamic Education, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Biology, Mathematics, Accounting, Management, Geography and Environment, Statistics, Information and communication technology
In spite those science, humanities and business education groups at the higher secondary level and science, humanities, social sciences and business education groups in the degree pass courses.