Cadet Colleges are special institutions which aim to produce students capable of leading the country and also act as skilled Army Officers. These institutions were primarily constructed in accordance with the Public Schools of England.
Cadet College of Bangladesh has announced the Admission Notice today. According to the notice the written admission testv will be held on 11th January 2013. The application procedure has published. See the procedure below. Application submission period 24 November to 24 December 10.oo AM to 2.oo PM. So be careful !
Online Application Start Date: 24 November, 2012
Online Application End Date: 24 December 2012
Admit Card Download Date: 24 December 2012 to 10 January, 2013
Exam Date: 11 january, 2013 9.00Am to 11.30 AM.
Written Result Publication: 5-7 February 2013.
Viva and Medical Examination date will publish later
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List of cadet colleges in Bangladesh
There are 12 Cadet Colleges in Bangladesh. Among these, nine for boys and three for girls. Four Cadet Colleges were established before 1971. Other cadet colleges were built after the Liberation War of Bangladesh.
|01||Faujdarhat Cadet College||Chittagong||185||1958|
|02||Jhenaidah Cadet College||Jhenaidah||110||1963|
|03||Mirzapur Cadet College||Mirzapur, Tangail||95||1965|
|04||Rajshahi Cadet College||Sardah, Rajshahi||110||1965|
|05||Sylhet Cadet College||Sylhet||52.37||1978|
|06||Rangpur Cadet College||Alamnagar, Rangpur||37||1979|
|07||Barisal Cadet College||Rahmatpur, Barisal||50||1981|
|08||Pabna Cadet College||Pabna||38||1982|
|09||Mymensingh Girls Cadet College||Mymensingh town, Mymensingh||23||1983|
|10||Comilla Cadet College||Kotbari, Comilla||57||1983|
|11||Joypurhat Girls Cadet College||Joypurhat||7||2006|
|12||Feni Girls Cadet College||Feni||49.5||2006|
History Of Cadet College
The first cadet college in Bangladesh was established in 1958 over an area of 185 acres (0.75 km2) of land at Faujdarhat in Chittagong District. The college was put under the management and supervision of the army general commanding officer of the 14th division, although the education ministry provided the funds and was in charge of accreditation. Sir William Maurice Brown (a Lieutenant Colonel of the New Zealand army) was the first Principal of the college and served it in that capacity for 7 years. The idea behind the establishment of cadet colleges was to train the country’s youth and instill in them high moral, sound mental capacity, breadth of vision, physical stamina, power of leadership and the capacity to run the rapidly expanding government administrative machinery. The cadet colleges were completely different from all existing types of secondary and higher secondary educational establishments, but soon became famous for their performance in terms of the excellent results of their students in public examinations. Such excellence was attributed mainly to rigorous scrutiny in intakes and the good quality of instruction.