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Aim

To educate and train young Cadets as future leaders, promising professionals and civil/military officers endowed with knowledge, high standard of morality, sense of responsibility and spirit of patriotism.

Objectives

 Following objectives are intended to be achieved by Cadet College system:

a. To provide Cadets with liberal quality education up to higher secondary level through a well planned academic programme enabling them to pursue higher studies in different disciplines.

b. To provide Cadets with essential elementary military training with a view to preparing them for induction into Armed Forces as Officers.

c. To impart complementary knowledge, training and skill necessary for the all round development of cadets through a package of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

d. To arrange necessary physical training, games and sports, cultural program and maintain a diet program ensuring a balanced physical and mental health.

e. To infuse in them a high sense of morality, responsibility, integrity, leadership quality, discipline and patriotism through motivation, counseling, practices and programmed activities.

f. To provide them with training, exercises and instructions to develop a high standard of communicative skill (oral & written), enhancing confidence and individual ability.

g. To educate them on manners, etiquettes and social conducts in conformity with their age level and socio-cultural standard.

Location

Cumilla Cadet College is situated in the lap of Lalmai Hill at Kotbari, only 1 km south of Cumilla Cantonment. The Technical Training Center (TTC) is located to its east, the Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD) is adjacent to the north, and Shalbon Bihar is adjacent to the west and south. The Dhaka-Chattogram National Highway is 2 km away from the college, wheareas the Cumilla City is approximately 8 km to the east.

 

History

Overview of CCC

The journey of the cadet colleges’ education system started with the establishment of Faujdharhat Cadet College, the first cadet college in the country, back in 1958. The college was formerly named as ‘East Pakistan Cadet College’. However, with the passage of time, another eleven cadet colleges emerged so far. Before the  Liberation War of Bangladesh, there were four cadet colleges namely  Faujdharhat Cadet College, Jhenidah Cadet College, Mirzapur Cadet College and  Rajshahi Cadet College. After Liberation War, another six residential model school & colleges were converted gradually to cadet colleges.These were Sylhet Cadet College, Barishal Cadet College, Pabna Cadet College, Ranpur Cadet College, Mymensingh Girls Cadet College and Cumilla Cadet College. However, two other Cadet colleges were established newly as Feni Girls Cadet College and Joypurhat Girls Cadet College. Presently, there are nine cadet colleges for the boys and three cadet colleges for the girls.

Cumilla Cadet College was established on the 1st July of 1983, being transformed from Cumilla Residential Model School & College, which was established in 1968. It was a very complex and time- consuming task to transform the model schools & colleges into the cadet colleges. The estimated time to complete the transformation was from 01 July 1983 to 30 June 1986. On 07 April 1984, the inauguration plaque of the college was unveiled by the then Chairman of Governing Bodies Of Cadet Colleges and Adjutant General Bangladesh Army, Major General MA Samad , psc.

The 5th April1984 is a historic day for Cumilla Cadet College, on which day, for the first time the campus of the college became lively with the arrival of 151 new Cadets. In the same year, cadets were gradually admitted into class VII and IX. In fact, the total number of cadets rose to 300 by 1985.

 

Principal's of Cumilla Cadet College

Sr. No.

Name

From

To

Picture

1.

Lt Col Muhammad Nurul Anwar, AEC

JUL 1983

MAR 1986

2.

Lt Col Masudul Abedin, psc, EB

MAR 1986

 

AUG 1988

 

3.

 

Lt Col Mohd Rezaul Karim Khan, EB

 

AUG 1988

MAR 1991

4.

Lt Col Muhammad Masudur Rahman, BP, psc, EB

JUL 1991

OCT 1992

5.

Mr. D A K Dewari

 

MAR 1993

 

JUL 1993

 

6.

Mr. Masud Hasan

AUG 1993

AUG 1997

7.

Commander M A Jabber, BN

 

SEP 1997

 

NOV 2001

8.

 

Wing Commander A M Amjad Hussain, Edn

 

DEC 2001

 

JAN 2005

 

9.

 

Instructor Captain Md Moslehuddin, psc, BN

 

JAN 2005

 

MAY 2008

 

10.

 

Wing Commander A H M Ameerul Ahsan

 

MAY 2008

MAR 2012

11.

Prof. Taslim Uddin

 

MAY 2012

 

SEP 2014

 

12.

Prof. A H M Harun

 

 

DEC 2014

 

Nov 2015

 

13.

Prof. Masud Ahmed

NOV 2015

MAR 2016

14.

Prof. Jahangir Ahmed Chowdhury

JUN 2016

JUN 2016

15.

 

Group Captain Mahmud Mehedi Hussain, psc

AUG 2016

NOV 2018

16.

Col. Md Rezaul Hassan, psc

JAN 2019

Present

 

CUMILLA CADET COLLEGE

Governing Bodies of Cadet Colleges

Cumilla Cadet College(CCC)  is a specialized autonomous residential institution of Bangladesh which is directly governed by the Chairman, Governing Bodies of Cadet Colleges in Bangladesh and Adjutant General, Bangladesh Army. The present  Chairman of the Governing Bodies is MAJ GEN MD ENAYET ULLAH, BSP, ndu, psc. Furthermore, the college is funded and supervised by the Ministry of Defense, Bangladesh.

Governing Bodies of Cadet Colleges

  1. Chairman: Adjutant General, Bangladesh Army.
  2.  Member: Joint Secretary (Cadet College Related), Ministry of Defense.
  3.  Member: Principals of all Cadet Colleges.
  4. Member /Secretary: Assistant Adjutant General (Cadet College Related), Army Head Quarter.

 

 

Cadet Daily Schedule

Events

Timings

 

General

1.

Reveille

0515 hours

2.

PT/Drill/Sick Parade

0600-0630 hours

3.

Breakfast

0720-0740 hours (On Holidays 0800 hours)

4.

Turn out Inspection

0745-0750 hours

5.

College Assembly/House Assembly/

Form Meeting

0755-0810 hours

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Formal Class Room Teaching

Except Thursday

Thursdays

  1. 1st Period

0815-0855 hours

0755-0835 hours

  1. 2nd Period

0855-0935 hours

0835-0915 hours

  1. 3rd Period

0935-1015 hours

0915-0955 hours

  1. 4th Period

1015-1055 hours

0955-1035 hours

  1. Milk Break

1055-1115 hours

1035-1055 hours

  1. 5th Period

1115-1155 hours

1055-1135 hours

  1. 6th Period

1155-1235 hours

1135-1315 hours

(College Stage Competition).

  1. 7th Period

1235-1315 hours

7.

Lunch

1320-1340 hours

8.

Rest/Quiet Hours

1345-1445 hours

9.

Free time/Self Study at house

1445-1515 hours

10.

Afternoon Prep/Quranic /Other class

1530-1615 hours

11.

Games/Extra Drill

1620-1720 hours (Extra Drill 30 Minutes)

12.

Retreat

1745 hours

13.

Tea Break

Before Mugrib

14.

Mughrib Prayer

According to Sunset

15.

Evening Prep

1845-2025 hours

16.

Dinner

2030-2050 hours

17.

Night Prep

2055-2155 hours

18.

House Admin/TV News

2210-2240 hours

19.

Lights out

2245 hours

Lights out for JSC, SSC & HSC Candidates

2330 hours (From 01 month prior to their exams)