Nabakumar Institution

Nabakumar Institution is a historical education institute in Bakhsi Bazar of old Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Nabakumar Institution was established in 1916 by a zamindar called Nabakumar in . It was operated as a school though it was named an institute. In 1973 it opened a college branch.[1]

Matiur Rahman Mallik, a ninth grade student of Nabakumar Institution, was killed during a street march demanding autonomy for the then East Pakistan by the Pakistan police on 24 January 1969 . The day is seen as Mass Upsurge Day by the Bangladeshi as it eventually led to the Bangladesh Liberation war.[2] In remembrance of this great sacrifice for the nation Matiur Rahman Monument was constructed in its premises.


  1. ^ Khan, Sadat Ullah. "Nabakumar Institute". Banglapedia. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
  2. ^ "Mass Uprising Day observed". Retrieved 2017-11-21.