Midnapore Collegiate School

Midnapore Collegiate School, formerly Governmental Zilla School, established on 14 November 1834, is one of the oldest schools in Bengal as well as India.wikipedia
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Manik Bandopadhyay

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Some other alumni of the institution are Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and Manik Bandopadhyay.
Bandopadhyay passed the entrance examination from the Midnapore Collegiate School (then Governmental Zilla School) in 1926, securing first division with letter marks in compulsory and optional mathematics.

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

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Some other alumni of the institution are Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and Manik Bandopadhyay. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay - author of Vande Mataram
Bankim Chandra and his elder brother both had their schooling from Midnapore Collegiate School (then Governmental Zilla School), where he wrote his first poem.

Midnapore

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The school was established by people of Midnapore.
The Zilla School, now known as Midnapore Collegiate School was the birthplace of many extremist activities.

Rajnarayan Basu

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Brahmo Samaj leader Wrishi Rajnarayan Basu as headmasters had also contributed in building up the institution.
He served as the headmaster of Midnapore Zilla School (later known as Midnapore Collegiate School) which was also the forerunner of Midnapore College.

Khudiram Bose

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Khudiram Bose, a martyr in the freedom struggle was one of the students of the school.

Brahmo Samaj

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Brahmo Samaj leader Wrishi Rajnarayan Basu as headmasters had also contributed in building up the institution. Rajnarayan Bose was already a stalwart figure in the field of Brahmo Samaj movement and have been a Young Bengal leader.

University of Calcutta

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When Calcutta University was established in 1857, the school came under its supervision. Dr.Hassan Suhrawardy - first Muslim Vice Chancellor of Calcutta University.

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

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Another son of Medinipur, Sri Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar who was then the Principal of Sanskrit college, Kolkata, received the order of Council of Education that Rajnarayan Bose, Professor of English Department, would be appointed as the fourth Headmaster of Midnapore School.

Young Bengal

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Rajnarayan Bose was already a stalwart figure in the field of Brahmo Samaj movement and have been a Young Bengal leader.

Henry Louis Vivian Derozio

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Being an active leader of Young Bengal, he was moved by the 'Academic Association' of Henry Louis Vivian Derozio so he introduced Debate Associations and Mutual Improvement Association in school level.

Hemchandra Kanungo

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Teachers like Hemchandra Kanungo, Gnanendranath Basu, Pyarilal Ghosh, were noted for their nationalist teachings.

Abdur Rahim (judge)

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Sir Abdur Rahim - Muslim League politician and Justice.

All-India Muslim League

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Sir Abdur Rahim - Muslim League politician and Justice.

Hassan Suhrawardy

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Dr.Hassan Suhrawardy - first Muslim Vice Chancellor of Calcutta University.

Vande Mataram

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Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay - author of Vande Mataram

Urban area

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West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education

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Narasingha Malla Deb

As a child, he was sent to Midnapore Collegiate School and then to Presidency College in Kolkata, where he obtained a degree in history.

Jhargram

Educated at Midnapore Collegiate School and Presidency College in Calcutta, he is conferred with OBE and KBE, granted the King George V Silver Jubilee Medal, served as a member of the Legislative Council of Bengal from 1947–52 and 1952–57, and also a member of Parliament-Lok Sabha in Congress from 1957-62.