About Manikganj Govt. High School(Bengali Medium)
Provides schooling from class 6 to SSC. Situated in Manikganj. This school started operating from 1884. Its Secondary School. EIIN – 110957 and School Code: 4014.n the year 1884 a school established in the heart of Manikganj named Manikganj Middle English School with the active collaboration of local pedagogues, education lovers and Jamindar(landlord).Department of Education powered by Emperor of India owned a land to establish this school. Later, Manikganj Middle English School elevated to Manikganj High English School. The Founding headmaster was Rajinikanth Roy.
In 1955, a decision made to omit the “English” word from School name, then after the deletion of “English” word, it becomes Manikganj High School. As the school established in the reign of Queen Victoria of Britain, people of the region call this school as Victoria High School.
In the 1960’s, Pakistan government made a decision to nationalize a Boys ‘High School and a Girls’ High School in each subdivision, who provides quality education and has standard result. In 1968 Manikganj High School becomes a government School for its inheritance and the best quality education.
After the formation of Bangladesh it got some changes in education and continuously it’s upgrading to provide the best quality education. The school is now providing education from grade six to grade 10 (locally called class six to class ten) and then the students who pass the 10th grade, attend for a public examination named Secondary School Certificate examination, by which the students get a secondary school certificate to get admission in any college for higher secondary certificate.
It has two shift of schooling a MORNING and an EVENING.
Manikganj Govt. high School is very strict about school dress, student must wear a sky blue shirt and a navy blue pants with a pair of sneakers to enter the school campus.The school provides quality tiffin at the break time in a very affordable price. Students get 40 minutes break time from Saturday to Wednesday and 35 minutes on Thursday.