- Estd. : 1965
- Address: C K Ghosh Road, Mymensingh
Mymensingh is one of the largest districts of independent Bangladesh. Although the area of this district is now a little smaller, the various reputations of this district are still enviable. Especially the reputation of this district as an educational city is widely recognized. Alamgir Mansoor (Mintu) Memorial College is situated in the center of this district town. The path of the creation of this college is closely related to the 1969 mass education.
The year 1969 is a history of sorrow for the entire Bengali nation. There was a huge public outrage in Bangladesh and part of Pakistan against the then dictatorial Ayub government. The student-teacher crowd created a wave of marches in the streets in the struggle for rights. Alamgir Mansoor (Mintu), then a student of Nasirabad College, was a participant in one such procession in the city of Mymensingh. At a place called Phulbaria bus stand adjacent to the district school of Mymensingh city, when the front of the procession appeared, the ruthless rifle of the ruling party roared. The fresh Pran Mintu fell instantly. The college was established in the same year with the encouragement and initiative of prominent people of Mymensingh city to keep the pious memory of Mintu alive forever. The land and old building on which the college is built was originally a royal palace. The house of the zamindar of Taljangar in Kishoreganj district was occupied by the settlement office at that time.
It may be noted that the first activities of the college started in July 1969 in a jute warehouse. Later, the college campus was established by renting the Singha Marka house of Mr. Ali Saheb of Balashpur. Mr. Md. Matiur Rahman who actively participated in the 1971 liberation war was appointed as the founding principal. The outstanding contributors to the establishment of the college are Mr. Syed Nazrul Islam, the first President of independent Bangladesh (Mujibnagar Government), prominent politicians and social workers of Mymensingh, Mr. Md. Rafiq Uddin Bhuiyan, Mr. Md. Jobed Ali, Mr. Md. Hatim Ali Talukadar, Mr. Md. Abdur Razzaq, Mr. M. Shamshul Haque and many others. The college was shifted to the present campus in January 1972 immediately after independence.
Mymensingh city is famous as educational city. The educational institutions here are also ranked among the best educational institutions in the country at every level of secondary, higher secondary and higher education. As a result, intense competition is noticeable among the educational institutions of the city. In this competition, some institutions are strengthening their position by capitalizing on the past traditions and some institutions are taking place with their own efforts. Alamgir Mansoor (Mintu) Memorial College is one of them.
Alhaj Md. Matiur Rahman
Whose outstanding contribution in the establishment of the college:-
Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam (First Vice President of independent Bangladesh)
Late Rafiquddin Bhunya (Former Member of Parliament)
Late M. Shamchul Haque (Former Member of Parliament)
Mr. Md Zubed Ali (Former Member of Parliament)
Late Hatim Ali Talukder (Former Member of Parliament)
Mr. Md. Abdur Razzak and many others.
College Committee :
|০১||আলহাজ্ অধ্যক্ষ মোঃ মতিউররহমান||সভাপতি, গভর্ণিং বডি, আ.ম.ম.কলেজ,ময়মনসিংহ|
|০২||জনাব এ,কে,এম আজহারুল ইসলাম||অধ্যক্ষ ও সদস্য সচিব|
|০৩||জনাব মোঃ মোকাররম হোসাইন||বিদদ্যোৎসাহী সদস্য, প্রাক্তন অধ্যক্ষ টির্চাসট্রেনিং কলেজ (পুরুষ), ময়মনসিংহ।|
|০৪||জনাব মোঃ গোলাম সরওয়ার||শিক্ষক প্রতিনিধি,সিনিয়র প্রভাষক, ভূগোলবিভাগ, আ.ম.ম. কলেজ, ময়মনসিংহ।|
|০৫||জনাব এ.কে.এম আব্দুছ ছালাম||শিক্ষক প্রতিনিধি, সিনিয়র প্রভাষক, ইসলামীশিক্ষা বিভাগ, আ.ম.ম. কলেজ, ময়মনসিংহ।|
|০৬||জনাব মিসেস নাজমুন নাহার||শিক্ষক প্রতিনিধি, সিনিয়র প্রভাষক, সমাজকল্যাণ বিভাগ, আ.ম.ম. কলেজ, ময়মনসিংহ।|
|০৭||জনাব মোঃ সোলায়মান মিয়া||অভিভাবক প্রতিনিধি|
|০৮||জনাব মোঃ আসাদুজ্জামান||অভিভাবক প্রতিনিধি|
|০৯||মৃণাল কান্তি ঘোষ||অভিভাবক প্রতিনিধি|
CK Gosh Road, Mymensingh, Dhaka, Bangladesh