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History of Scholarshome

Scholarshome is an English-medium school and college with six campuses located in and around the city of Sylhet, Bangladesh. The six campuses are: Shahi Eidgah, Scholarshome Girls school and College in Pathantula, Scholarshome Preparatory school in Shibganj, Scholarshome Preparatory School in Electric Supply Road, Scholarshome School and College in Mejortila, and Scholarshome Preparatory School in South Surma. Shahi Eidgah Campus Scholarshome Shahi Eidgah started its activities in 2002 and shifted to its own building at Shahi Eidgah on 1 March 2006. The Shahi Eidgah Campus is able to accommodate 1,500 students. The six-storeyed building constructed by the Trust facilities the students with all modern amenities. It has three science laboratories, departments, a library, a computer lab, 40 classes, an administrative block, and an auditorium-cum exhibition centre. It has already been recognised as the best English-medium school in Sylhet under National Curriculum. Shibgonj Campus Scholarshome Shibgonj Campus is the third campus of Scholarshome,Sylhet.It is the largest campus of Scholarshome,Sylhet.It was opened on 2009. The Shibgonj Campus is able to accommodate 1000 students.The four stored building has 16 class,a computer lab,a library,a exhibition centre,a waiting room and four teachers lounge.The campus is welly known for its good result in the P.S.C exam of class 5.

Education System in Ban...

Primary Education The Bangladeshi education system is unusually complex in that primary, middle, senior and tertiary education are oriented towards general, madresh (religious) or technical / vocational preferences Even private schools and universities are heavily subsidized – in fact the constitution decrees that children between ages 6 and 10 shall pay nothing. To complicate things further, local education is controlled by a hierarchy of school boards. The first phase, fully free primary school lasts for 5 years, typically between ages 6 and 10. Middle Education Pupils aged approximately 11 years of age enter junior secondary school. This is a critical phase in their young lives, for here they must confirm an educational choice that may dictate their futures irrevocably. Secondary Education Those who choose to complete the last 2 of their 10 school grades at general secondary schools may specialize in humanities, science or commerce to mention but a few. At the end of this they may write a secondary school certificate examination supervised by no less than 7 school boards. Alternatively, they may elect to follow the madrash religious education route that culminates in a different series of similar level tests. Vocational Education Other students switch across to vocational training institutes or technical training centers administered by the ministry of education and the ministry of labor and employment respectively. Choices here are between longer-term professional certification and shorter term job-specific orientation. Tertiary Education Students who stay either course have choices once again. These include writing their higher secondary education certificate after 2 more years at a technical / poly technical institute where they hone their practical skills further.  Alternatively, they may enter one of many private or state-funded universities for 5 years of undergraduate study.  Dhaka University was founded in 1921 as a statement of national identity. Many believe that without this oxford of the east the nation could hardly be independent and self-governing today.