Sabbir8986 / November 30, 2020
The present college building was constructed by the then government of Pakistan in the late sixties for the purpose of setting up a secondary school in Khulna city.
But as the war of independence started in the country, it was not possible to start school activities at the right time.
After a decade of independence, thanks to the interest of the local people and the sincere efforts of the then Education Secretary, Mr. Kazi Azhar Ali, the Sundarbans Boys Public School was launched on 20 January 1968 in imitation of the famous public school in England.
In the same year, the activities of the college section started and on 1 August 1986, the Ministry of Education issued a notification and renamed the institution as Khulna Public College. The notification was published in the Bangladesh Gazette on 16 August 1976. The Ministry of Education approved the opening of a day branch in the college in 2003 as the success of the college has continued since its inception and the demand for education of the people has been increasing.
At present the morning and day branch activities are being conducted successfully in the college. Khulna Public College has been able to elevate its position as a unique educational institution of the country by celebrating its 25th anniversary on January 20, 2012.
The college stands as a witness to a glorious history on about five and a half acres of land surrounded by greenery on the east side of the Khulna-Dhaka highway in the Boyra area under the Khulna City Corporation.
Khulna Public College is an autonomous educational institution established by the Ministry of Education, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and under the direct supervision of the Ministry of Education. The institution is completely non-political and is naturally a residential institution. Like Dhaka Residential Model College, only boys from class III to class XII can study in this institution.
The aim and objective of this college is to maximize the physical and mental qualities of the students through proper implementation of well-planned curriculum and co-curricular programs. So that they can develop as good citizens and give proper leadership to the country and the nation in the future. The motto of this organization is to achieve the desired goal –
A high-powered Board of Governors College constituted by the Ministry of Education of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is in charge of running the college. One of the organizations of the Board of Governors of the College is as follows:
Secretary, Ministry of Education, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Secretariat, Dhaka.
Divisional Commissioner, Khulna Division.
Member Secretary – Principal, Khulna Public College, Khulna.
The college currently has advanced infrastructural and technological facilities for imparting quality education in both morning and day branches. The educational activities of the college are being conducted under the close supervision of a group of trained, skilled and experienced teachers. Every year the college is achieving enviable success in public examinations. Already, Khulna Public College has been able to elevate its position in south-east as well as in the whole country as a platform for building the best people in the country. Lt. Officer of the Army Education Corps, who is currently serving in the Army, has been appointed by the Ministry of Public Administration. Col Abdul Moqtader, AEC has been the Principal of this organization. Since taking over the charge, the college has given a new impetus to the overall discipline and educational activities as well as created great enthusiasm and enthusiasm among all the teachers-staff and students.
In this institution it is possible to study from 3rd class to 12th class in both morning and day branches. There is Science and Business Education Department at school level and Science, Business Education and Humanities Department (morning branch only) at college level. In this college for the purpose of effective teaching
Notable co-curricular programs of this college are aimed at improving the physical and mental well-being of the students.
January to December is the school academic year and July to June is the college academic year. The academic year is divided into two separate phases for school and college level.
|Phases||School Level||College Level|
|First||01 January to 30 June||01 July to 31 December|
|Second||01 July to 31 December||01 January to 30 June|
The morning and day branches follow different schedules during summer and winter.
|Morning Shift||Day Shift|
|8.00 – 12.35||8.30 – 12.35||01.00 – 5.30||1.00 – 4.30|
Students are required to come to the college wearing the uniform prescribed by the college. Description of college uniform:
|Summer||White half shirt with solder, white flower pants, black shoes (English shoes), white socks and black belt.|
|Winter||White full shirt with solder, white full pants, navy blue pullover (1 half, 1 flower), black shoes (English shoes), white socks and black belt.|
The width of the bottom of the solder is 1/1/4 inch (one and a quarter inches) and the width of the top is 1 inch.
The width of the bottom of the solder is 1/1/2 inch (one and a half inches) and the width of the top is 1/1/4 inch (one and a quarter inches). Solder badge based on the class above the solder.
At present, the institute has the opportunity to study the textbooks published by the National Curriculum and Textbook Board for the third to twelfth classes through Bangla.
Adherence to the rules and regulations of the college is a must for every student. If a student commits any act contrary to rules and discipline, punishment will be applicable according to the level of crime. The notable rules and regulations of the college are:
Special Note: All academic, administrative and disciplinary matters of the College have been formulated with the approval of the Board of Governors.
A) Both morning and day branches have two benches in each class from third to tenth class. The number of students in each section is 50.
B) In both morning and day branches there are 2 sections in science section in class XI and XII. The business education department has 2 sections in the morning branch, 1 section in the daytime branch and 1 section in the humanities section in the morning branch. The number of seats in each section in science, business education, humanities is 65.
Admission test is held at the end / beginning of each academic year. Admission notification is given in the daily newspaper mentioning the class, number of vacant seats, date and time of examination.
The application form and prospectus along with the rules have to be collected from the college office by paying the fixed fee within the stipulated date and it has to be duly filled and submitted to the office within the stipulated date along with the following documents.
|Third to fifth grade||Sixth to ninth grade||Eleventh grade|
|★4 passport size photos|
★Attested photocopy of birth certificate
|★4 passport size photos|
★Attested photocopy of birth certificate
|Attested photocopy of testimonial, number sheet, SSC admission and registration and two passport size photographs.|
|Class||Student’s details||1st term (January to April)||2nd term (May to August)||3rd term (September to December)||Annual Total|
|Class||1st term(July to December)||2nd term(January to June)||Annual Total|
|Class||Name of Term||Charge||Total|
|6 to 10||1st term: January to April||26,400৳||76,200৳|
|2nd term: May to August||24,900৳|
|3rd term: September to December||24,900৳|
|11 to 12||1st term: July to December||38,850৳||76,200৳|
|2nd term: January to June||37,350৳|
Hostel admission fee– 500৳, Fee book- 20৳
Any other fees, including college salaries, which are taken from the students are duly accepted by the bank with the approval of the Board of Governors. Parents are notified by notice / letter of any change.
The age limit of the students selected for admission in different classes is as follows:
N.B: Height and weight must be adjusted with age.
Khulna Public College is naturally a residential institution. The institution has 1 dormitory for morning branch and 1 dormitory for day branch. The two dormitories are called Egtlok House because the students live in a home environment. The two houses have accommodation for 100 students. The houses have dining hall, common room, kitchen and other facilities. Accommodation is arranged according to age and class in the house. The two houses have separate house masters, house tutors, stewards, cooks, table boys, doormen, ward boys, gardeners, night watchmen, sweepers, etc. to supervise and care for the students. The Principal and Vice-Chairmen visit the House regularly. The faculty supervises the students’ night lessons for about 2 / 2.30 hours every day except Fridays as per the pre-determined roster which makes it different from any other educational institution.
In the case of Muslim students, special care is taken to perform congregational prayers in the dormitory mosque. Medical facilities are provided under the supervision of an experienced resident physician. Outdoor / Indoor Games are arranged in the morning and afternoon under the supervision of a physical education teacher. Besides, cultural competitions are organized in the houses on different national days and arrangements are made to publish wall magazines.
If a parent wants to keep his / her son or foster child in the house, he / she has to apply in the prescribed form of the house. If the application is approved after the interview of the applicant parent with the House authorities, the son / guardian of the said parent is admitted as a residential student on the condition that he / she complies with the terms and conditions prescribed for the House. After admission, the House authorities provide the guardian with a list of House rules and requirements.
At the beginning of each episode, the parents / guardians explain their son / guardian to the House authorities and at the end of the episode. In each episode the students have to come to the house on the day before the class starts and stay in the house till the end of the episode. However, students are allowed to take leave at home if any of the holidays mentioned in the bibliography is extended. No student is allowed to go outside the college premises without the prior permission of the House Master.
Parents / authorized guardians can meet their son / guardian at the appointed time on the scheduled day of the interview. The parent is informed of the specific date of the interview through the preface. There is no opportunity to come to the college and meet the son / guardian on any other day or time except the fixed day and time of the interview.
|1||Salim Haider Chowdhury||SHC||Vice Principal||Political Science|
|2||Malin Kumar Basu||MKB||Vice Principal||Chemistry|
|3||Md. Shahedul Huq||SH||Vice Principal||English|
|4||S. M. Abu Sayeed||AS||Vice Principal|
|5||Muhammad Abdul Malek||AM||Associate Professor|
|6||Tasrina Begum||TB||Associate Professor|
|7||Mahmuda Khatun||MK||Associate Professor|
|8||Dr. Khan Alal Uddin||AU||Associate Professor|
|9||Md. Yusuf Ali||MYA||Associate Professor|
|10||Md. Tasin Kadir||MTK||Associate Professor|
|11||Abu Siddiqur Rahman||ASR||Associate Professor|
|12||Dr. Md. Beniaz Zaman||BZ||Associate Professor|
|13||Md. Sharifuzzaman||MSZ||Associate Professor|
|14||Md. Sowkat Ali Goldar||SG||Associate Professor|