Udayan Higher secondary School Dhaka
, formerly known as Udayan Bidyalaya
, a reputed school of Bangladesh, established in 1955 by the University of Dhaka
within its campus as a kindergarten named Dhaka English Preparatory School
. The university first allotted a small piece of land and two sheds. With gradual increase in number of students it was upgraded to a secondary school and, after independence of Bangladesh, as a higher secondary one. Meanwhile, it became popular in Dhaka city as Udayan Bidyalaya and in 1976, it got the formal recognition of the Dhaka Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.
The school provided high quality education service since the very inception and attracted increasingly growing number of students. In 1980, it applied for a larger space and Dhaka University donated an area of not far from its original location on Fuller Road. Construction of the new five-storied building was completed in 1987.This is school was awarded as the best school of the country at 1991. Although established with donation from Dhaka University, the school enjoys the status of a private organisation. The school conducts co-education programmes and in 1999, had 60 teachers (44 women), 14 other staff, and 2,030 students of whom 935 were girls. It is well equipped with computer labs, science labs and library. It takes active part in scout and girls guide activities and in serving distressed people in situations of flood or other natural calamity. The school boasts of a... Read More