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25 September, 2018 12:48:43 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 25 September, 2018 08:38:51 AM

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43 more secondary schools nationalised

One govt high school in each upazila
STAFF REPORTER
43 more secondary schools nationalised

The government yesterday (Monday) nationalised a total of 43 non-government secondary schools as part of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s decision, in principle, to set up at least one government high school in each upazila. The Secondary and Higher Education Division yesterday (Monday) issued a circular in this respect, saying the 43 non-government secondary schools have been nationalised with effect from 13 September 2018.

It also said the existing teachers of these schools would not be allowed to take transfers to other educational institutions.

The teachers of the nationalised schools will enjoy all facilities from the date of nationalisation onwards. On September 13, the government had nationalised a total of 44 non-government secondary schools. The total number of government high schools now stands at 552.

The educational institutions are: Dakhhin Satkania Golam Bari Model High School, Lohagora, Chattogram; Dinnath Institution Satkapan Model High School, Mahubal, Habiganj; Pekua Model GMC Institution, Pekua, Cox’s Bazar; Alexander Model Pilot high school, Ramgati, Laxmipur; Moheshpur Pilot Model Secondary School, Ramgati, Laxmipur; Sharsha Pilot Model Secondary School, Sharsha, Jessore; Bagharpara Pilot Model High School, Bagharpara, Jessore; Gangachhara Model High School, Gangachhara, Rangpur; WB Union Model Institution, Ujirpur, Borishal; Gournadi Pilot Secondary School, Gournadi, Borishal; Muladi Mahmudjan Model Secondary School, Muladi, Borishal; CS Pilot Model Secondary School, Kachua, Bagherhat; Gaila Model Secondary School, Agaijhara, Borishal; Sara Marowari Model School and College, Iswardi, Pabna; Charfashan T. Barret Model Secondary School,

Charfashan, Bhola; Jahangirpur Girls School and College, Mohadevpur, Naogaon; Nitpur Model High School and College, Porsha, Naogaon; Atghoria Pilot Model High School, Atghoria, Pabna; Hazi Ibrahim Almchan Model School and College, Bandar, Narayanganj; Bhanga Model Pilot High School, Bhanga, Faridpur; MN Academy, Nagarkanda, Faridpur; Hazirhat Model Secondary School, Monpura, Bhola; Golachipa Model Secondary School, Patuakhali, Baufal Model Secondary School, Patuakhali; Khepupara Model Secondary School, Kalapara, Patuakhali; Arani Monomohini High School, Bagha, Rajshahi; Haripur Pailot High School, Haripur, Thakurgaon; Fulpur Pilot High School, Fulpur, Mymensingh; Kamalganj Bahumukhu Model High School, Kamalganj, Maulvibazar; Islampur Nekjahan Pilot Model High School, Islampur, Jamalpur; CS Pilot Model Secondary School, Katua, Bagherhat; Dhanbari Nawab Institution, Dhanbari, Tangail; Kalihati RS Pilot Model High School, Kalihati, Tangail; Mirzapur SK Pilot Model School, Mirzapur, Tangail; Shaheed Sudarshan High School, Rajnagar, Maulvibazar; Kachalang Model High School, Baghaichhari, Rangamati; Dhobaura Bahumukhi Model High School, Dhobaura, Mymensingh; Bangabandhu High School, Parbatipur, Dinajpur; Raujan RRAC Model High School, Raujan, Chittagong; Pirgachha JN Model High School, Pirgachha, Rangpur; Ramchandrapur Model Pilot High School, Kaharul, Dinajpur and Arpara Ideal High School, Shalikha, Magura.

On receiving the directions of the PM, a survey was conducted in 2017 to find out the number of government high schools. It was found that there were no government high schools in 315 upazilas.

Following the survey, the government gave directives to nationalise the existing non-government schools in each upazila last year.

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