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Chatkhil Panch Gaon Government High School

Chatkhil Panch Gaon Government High School
চাটখিল পাঁচগাঁও সরকারী উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়
Chatkhil PG high school
PG high School

Coordinates23°03′36″N 90°59′03″E / 23.0601°N 90.9843°E / 23.0601; 90.9843
TypeSecondary school
MottoDiligite Lumen Sapientiae
Established1907 (1907)
School boardComilla Education Board

Chatkhil Panch Gaon Government High School (PG) is a government higher secondary school. It is located in Chatkhil town of Chatkhil Upazila, Noakhali District, Bangladesh. The school was established in 1907.[1]


At present it has 2 large buildings. There is a big field in the school arena. There are 25 teachers and other facilities include big auditorium, canteen, shaheed minar, modern library and it provides modern equipments of lesson. The school has enriched science laboratories. Also the authority of the school organize morning assembly, annual sports and games, annual prize giving ceremony.


Initially the school conducted only one shift. Presently all the classes from 5 to 10 are running. There are two sections in each of the classes: A and B .


Boy: The uniform is a white shirt with white full pant and white shoes and black belt. The school monogram should contain on shoulder. GIrls: The uniform is a navy blue frock, white Payjama and white Orna.


Usually students are admitted in class 6. Admission can be considered in other classes if a vacancy is available or if someone is transferred from some other government school. The admission test is usually taken in the first week of January.


This high school follows the national education curriculum of Bangladesh. The curriculum includes secondary academic subjects. Classes in computing are compulsory for grades 6-10. Students of secondary (9 and 10) classes elect to one of two major groups : Business Studies and Science.

Extracurricular activities


  1. ^ Chowdhury, Tawheed Hossain (2012). "Chatkhil Upazila". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.