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NU's college level ranking

Rajshahi College achieves first, Eden College 2nd, Dhaka College 3rd

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Staff Reporter :
Rajshahi College topped the list of 'college level ranking 2015' in Bangladesh.
Eden College stood the second, Dhaka College third, Dhaka Commerce College fourth and Government Brojmohun (BM) College, Barisal attained fifth position.
The National University conducted the ranking based on research quality, graduate employment, staff-to-student ratios and teaching standards and other categories, which was revealed at a press conference in the city office of the university on Saturday.
Vice-Chancellor of National University Professor Harun-or-Rashid announced the name of the top five colleges and other colleges.
Vice-Chancellor of National University (NU) Professor Harun-or-Rashid said that the university authorities launched the ranking system for the first time aiming at increasing competition among the colleges for ensuring quality education.
He said that 442 colleges out of 685 sent their information and the NU authorities selected 151 colleges who fulfilled all the requirements of the ranking.
 "We selected 67 colleges out of 151 for giving prizes and certificates. A prize giving ceremony will be held on Many 20 at National Museum Auditorium. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will take part in the occasion as the chief guest," he said.
The VC hoped that the quality education would be increased by NU's ranking system.  
Eden College topped in respect of female college category, Rajshahi College topped in government college category and Dhaka Commerce College achieved in non-government college category.
The top colleges in Dhaka-Mymensingh region are Eden College, Dhaka College, Dhaka Commerce College, Anandamohon College (Mymensingh), Government Sadat
          
College (Tangail), Government Titumir College, Government Bangla College, Dhaka City College (Private) and Kabi Nazrul Government College.
The top colleges in Chittagong region are Chittagong Government College, Government Victoria College, Feni Government College, Government City College (Chittagong), Government Mahila College (Chittagong), Government Hazi Muhammad Mohsin College (Chittagong), Government Potia College (Potia), Laximpur Government College, Brahammanbaria Government College and Omargani M E S College (Chittagong, private).
Rajshahi College, Government Azizul Haque College (Bogra), Sirajgonj Government College, Bhobaniganj College (Rajshahi, private), Syed Ahmed College (Rajshahi, private), Rajshahi Government Mahila College, Nawabganj Government College (Chapainawabganj), Naogaon Government College, Government Mujibur Rahman Mahila College (Bogra) and New Government Degree College (Rajshahi) are the top colleges in Rajshahi region.
The top colleges in Khulna region are Government M M College (Jessore), Kumira Mohila Degree College (Satkhira, private), Government Mohila College (Jessore), Chuadanga Government College, Upashahor Mohila Degree College (Jessore, private), Satkhira City College (private), Kushtia Government   Mahila College, Government  PC College (Bagerhat), Government Shamnagar Mohsin College (Satkhira) and Nowapara College (Jessore, privat).
Government Brojmohun (BM) College (Barisal), Government Mohila College (Barisal), Government Barisal College, Bhola Government College, Borguna Government College, Government Syed Hatem Ali College (Barisal), Government Suhrawardy College (Pirojpur), Charfession Government College (Bhola) and Government Fazlul Haque College (Barisal) are the top colleges in Barisal region.
The top colleges in Sylhet region are MC College (Sylhet), Brindaban Government College (Habiganj), Government Mahila College (Sylhet), Moulvibazar Moulvibazar College, Madonmohon College (Sylhet, private), Sunamganj Government College, South Surma College (Sylhet, private) and Government Sreemangal College (Moulvibazar).
Carmichael College (Rangpur), Dinajpur Government College, Alimuddin College (Lalmonirhat, private), Government Begum Rokeya College (Rangpur), Kurigram Government College, North Bengal College (Lalmonirhat, private), Niphamari Government College, Dinajpur Government Mahila College, Lalmonihat Government College and Rangpur Government College are the top colleges in Rangpur region.

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