Rangamati Government High School

Rangamati Government High School (RGHS) is the first high school in Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh. During the 1971 war, many of its students were killed. The school has created leaders, policy makers and professional people. Both tribal and non-tribal students study in the school. It is co-educational.

Rangamati Government High School

TypeGovernment High School

Monogram and uniformEdit

"Gyan-E-Shakti" is the motto of the school, which appears in the monogram. The uniform consists of a white shirt, white trousers, and sneakers for the boys. Girls wear a green skirt and green salwar, with white trouser for seniors.


10 Mr Uttam khisa 2016 to 2017 -
Sl. No. Name Service year
1 Mr. Abdul Hamid Mia (M,E,School) 1863 to 1876
2 Mr. Ram Kamal Das (High School) 1876 to 1903
3 Mr. Durga Das Votto (M.A) 1903 to 1905
4 Mr. Bhola Nath Sarkar 1905 to 1906
5 Mr. Durga Das Votto (M.A) 1906 to 1906
6 Mr. Provod Chondro Sen (M.A) 1906 to 1913
7 Mr. Bhushon Mohon Roy 1913 to 1914
8 Mr. Chondro Ghosh (M.A, Gold Medalist) 1914 to 1918
7 Mr. Bhushon Mohon Roy 1923 to 1934
8 Mr. Rizwanul Islam Riaj 1935 to Unknown
9 Mr. Jubaer Hossain Parvez 2011 to Present

Mr.Sushantomoy Chakma.2017 to 2018

|-Mr. Mridul Kanti Talukder.2018 to present.....

Class and section systemEdit

The school should have started its program from class 5. There are two shifts: morning and day. Presently all the classes from 5 to 10 are running. There are mainly 2 sections in each of the class in the day shift and morning shift.

Academic bunting and tassel colorEdit

Green and White Female Students
White Male Students

Tiffin systemEdit

There is a system for distributing Tiffin at the school during recess. ‘Singara’, ‘Samucha’, ‘Nimki’, banana, bread, sweets, local toasts and other various items, are served as Tiffin. Students pay 75 Taka per month Tiffin fees.


The school has a library with 5000 books. Most of them were bought by coeval sanctioned money during the establishment of the school. Others were bought by annually approved money.

School magazineEdit

The school magazine Shotabdi was first published in 1897, but has not been published every year since then. A new school magazine Nirjhor was published in 2013. Now it will be published every year.


Admission goes on to class 5 and 6 with an admission test. In some cases a very small number of students are admitted to other classes.

Notable alumniEdit

  • Amit Chakma, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Western Ontario, in Canada.[1]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Wasim Bin Habib; Tuhin Shubhra Adhikary (4 March 2017). "Breaking the barriers". The Daily Star.

Further readingEdit