Govt. B. L. College is an educational establishment that is located at Doulotpur College Road Daulatpur Daulatpur Khulna. Its Educational Institute Identification Number or EIIN, is 116954. On 01 July, 2002, it was first put into operation. The alternative name for Govt. B. L. College is সরকারি বি, এল, কলেজ, খুলনা. The institution provides education in the following fields: Science, Humanities, Business Studies.
It operates on Day shift(s). Its management is Unavailable. Its recognition is Recognized by the government and the recognition level is ?_?????_??__?__?_????__????__?_?. Govt. B. L. College is under Jessore Education Board. While many other high schools teach numerous disciplines, you can find the major disciplines that they teach in this high school as Science, Humanities, Business Studies.
The management type of this institute is Unavailable. The region in which it is located is Metropolitan with geographic location as Plain Land. The institute is in the constituency no 3. Average age of the teachers at Govt. B. L. College is 45 years.
Govt. B. L. College is affiliated with National University. The college code for this institute is 0322. This college offer following Honours and Pass courses under the National University: B. A. (pass) (6001), B. S. S. (pass) (6002), B. Sc. (pass) (6003), B. B. S. (pass) (6004), Bangla (1001), English (1101), History (1501), Islamic History And Culture (1601), Philosophy (1701), Political Science (1901), Sociology (2001), Social Work (2101), Economics (2201), Marketing (2301), Finance (2401), Accounting (2501), Management (2601), Physics (2701), Chemistry (2801), Botany (3001), Zoology (3101), Geography And Environment (3201), Psychology (3401), Statistics (3601), Mathematics (3701), Bangla (1051), English (1151), History (1551), Islamic History And Culture (1651), Philosophy (1751), Islamic Studies (1851), Political Science (1951), Sociology (2051), Economics (2251), Marketing (2351), Finance And Banking (2451), Accounting (2551), Management (2651), Physics (2751), Chemistry (2851), Botany (3051), Zoology (3151), Mathematics (3751).
Govt. Brajalal College, Khulna Khulna the youngest district of the presidency division of British Bengal was born in 1882. Although the district headquarters was 175 km off from the capital Calcutta, it took only four hours for a train journey to reach the capital city. The children of the landlord and upper middle class families preferred the capital city for their higher education and a result no institution for higher education was established in khulna region. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, when the urge for higher education among the middle class families grew stronger, it was felt necessary to establish institution for higher education. It was around the beginning of the twenteeth century when some eminent philanthrophists of Khulna and Bagerhat decided to establish a college around the district headquarters of Khulna. Mr. Brajalal Chakravarty M.A.B.L. an advocate of Calcutta High court, landlords Mr. Troilakyanath Chatterjee and Mr. Jadunath Biswas selected a beautiful site at Daulatpur, a suburb of khulna and beside the Khulna Calcutta railway. The villages around Daulatpur had a strong majority of caste hindu population in which there were many highly educated persons. High court judges, I.C.S. officers, poets and literateurs. The site of the college at Daulatpur was selected by the sponsors for different reasons. It was a small but beautiful river port on the Bhairab, a few minutes walk from Daulatpur railway station. Only 8 km away from the district head quarters, the site was also far from the madding crowd of Khulna. The sponsors also expected that the college would attract the attention of the educated and wealthy caste hindu population and they would come forward with financial and other help. In order to impart a strong moral education along with the University syllabus, a temple was established in 1902 along with the college on a plot of land measuring only two acres of land purchased by Mr. Brajalal Chakravartty, after words more land was acquired by purchase and gift and it is learnt that a magor portion of the college area lies on the land owned by syedpur Trust Estate of Haji Muhammad Mohsin the great. A Chatushpati (an institution for sanskrit and religious education) associated with the temple was also established. The flowing river on one side and the green trees surrounding the area was so charming and excellent that the sponsors designed to give it the shape of hermitage. In those days the Brahmin priest of a temple was very much particular about untouchability. They had a view that the sanctity of the temple and the idol of the goddess could not be duly preserved if people other than the caste hindu scet are allowed to move in the hermitage area. The authority of the temple and the college resolved to admit students coming from the caste hindu community only. From the beginning the whole institution was of residential nature. On account of its residential nature, a physician was appointed for giving free medical treatment to the resident teachers and boarder students. Brief History of B. L College 1. the 31st college and the first residential college in undivided bengal presidency and the 10th college in Bangladesh (former East Bengal) 2. Founder & first Secretary of Board of Trustees- Mr. Brajalal Chakravartty (Shastri) of Bawaidanga, Lackpur, Fakirhat, Bagerhat, BA (Triple Honours), Sanskrit (1st Clas), English & Pholosophy (2nd class), MA (Sanskrit) BL, Advocate, Calcutta High court. Co-Founder Trailakya Nath Chaterjee of Ghabhag and Jadunath Biswas, Land Lord of Dashani, Bagerhat. 3. Established in June, 1902 and named Daulatpur Hindu Academy; renamed Brajala Hindu Academy in 1946 and finally named Brajalal College in 1949. 4. Two wings of Hindu Academy- Chatuspathi and College, both headed by Acharya who was senior to Principal in status. The institution is currently running on its own glory. From intermediate level to master’s nineteen subjects of which honours in 17, masters in 16 courses are being tought. 172 learned teachers are devoting their talent to serve about 27 thousand students and the nation as well. Seven hostels are here in the big campus. A beautiful scupture consists of valiant figures on a stage having attractive mural bears the testimony of our great liberation war. A Shaheed Minar and a masoleum always declare the history of Bengali Nationalism and heritage. The mosque, temple, a large number of academic building and green panaromic view easily could catch the sight of any visitor and sooth his mind. Since the very inception of its birth Govt. B. L. College has been passing his days with traditional fame and glory. The magnificent academic institution in southern part of Bangladesh is still bearing the torch of education and culture which is enlightening innumerable people home and abroad.
|Pass Rate||99.2%||A+ Rate||67.1%|
|Board Rank||14||National Rank||125|
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HSC result 2022 details: In 2022, 502 students appeared in HSC 2022 from the institute. Among them, 498 students have passed and 337 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 99.20% and A+ rate is 67.13%. 4 students have failed in HSC 2022 and the failure rate is 0.80%.
HSC result 2021 details: In 2021, 477 students appeared in HSC 2021 from the institute. Among them, 470 students have passed and 310 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 98.53% and A+ rate is 64.99%. 7 students have failed in HSC 2021 and the failure rate is 1.47%.
HSC result 2020 details: In 2020, 554 students appeared in HSC 2020 from the institute. Among them, 554 students have passed and 288 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 100.00% and A+ rate is 51.99%. 0 students have failed in HSC 2020 and the failure rate is 0.00%.
HSC result 2019 details: In 2019, 708 students appeared in HSC 2019 from the institute. Among them, 652 students have passed and 63 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 92.09% and A+ rate is 8.90%. 56 students have failed in HSC 2019 and the failure rate is 7.91%.
HSC result 2018 details: In 2018, 537 students appeared in HSC 2018 from the institute. Among them, 406 students have passed and 35 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 75.61% and A+ rate is 6.52%. 131 students have failed in HSC 2018 and the failure rate is 24.39%.
HSC result 2017 details: In 2017, 529 students appeared in HSC 2017 from the institute. Among them, 407 students have passed and 22 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 76.94% and A+ rate is 4.16%. 122 students have failed in HSC 2017 and the failure rate is 23.06%.
HSC result 2016 details: In 2016, 622 students appeared in HSC 2016 from the institute. Among them, 567 students have passed and 82 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 91.16% and A+ rate is 13.18%. 55 students have failed in HSC 2016 and the failure rate is 8.84%.
HSC result 2015 details: In 2015, 541 students appeared in HSC 2015 from the institute. Among them, 422 students have passed and 26 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 78.00% and A+ rate is 4.81%. 119 students have failed in HSC 2015 and the failure rate is 22.00%.
HSC result 2014 details: In 2014, 395 students appeared in HSC 2014 from the institute. Among them, 328 students have passed and 43 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 83.04% and A+ rate is 10.89%. 67 students have failed in HSC 2014 and the failure rate is 16.96%.
HSC result 2013 details: In 2013, 420 students appeared in HSC 2013 from the institute. Among them, 389 students have passed and 74 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 92.62% and A+ rate is 17.62%. 31 students have failed in HSC 2013 and the failure rate is 7.38%.
HSC result 2012 details: In 2012, 225 students appeared in HSC 2012 from the institute. Among them, 187 students have passed and 42 students have scored GPA 5. The passing rate is 83.11% and A+ rate is 18.67%. 38 students have failed in HSC 2012 and the failure rate is 16.89%.