Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Faujdarhat Cadet College, Sitakunda, Chittagong.

Welcome to Education Info BD.  Now we  are going to introduce you about  Faujdarhat Cadet College. It is situated in the port city Chittagong. This college achieved the top place in Chittagong Education Board. Even it is one of the top cadet college in Bangladesh. Highly regulation, educational qualifications and other facilities made this college top in Chittagong.

Short History:
Faujdarhat Cadet College is the first cadet college in East Pakistan. On that time current Bangladesh has no more cadet college without it. So, Fauzderhat Cadet College started a new sphere of  East Pakistan’s education system. It was easted on 28 april 1958. It is started as a military high school from its beginning. New Zealander William Maurice Brown is the founder of this college. He also the first Principal of this college too. Because of first cadet college, Faujdarhat Cadet College was familiar as a East Pakistan Cadet College till 1965. Its total area is 185acres.

How to go Faujdarhat Cadet College?

Faujdarhat Cadet College situated in Faujdarhat. This place is in Sitakundathana Upazilla and Sitakunda is under Chittagong District. For visiting this college u should go Chittagong first and then u need to go Sitakunda. After reaching Sitakunda your destination will be Faujdarhat and then u find Chittagong’s top college Faujdarhat Cadet College. Local travel’s vehicles are available here.

At a glance the Faujdarhat Cadet College:
  • Name: Faujdarhat Cadet College
  • Easted on: 28 april 1958
  • Founder: William Maurice Brown
  • EIIN Number   : 105116
  • Area: 185acres.
  • College type: Cadet College
  • Website Link:  www.cadetcollege.army.mil.bd
  • Location: Sitakunda, Chittagong
Academy and Administration:
Faujdarhat Cadet College is a boys Cadet College. Its education started from grade 7 to 12. The Principal of the school is ranked Lieutenant Colonel, and is appointed by the Adjutant General's branch of the Bangladesh Army. Faujdarhat Cadet College partially financed by Bangladesh Army.

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