department started its journey with only three teachers and only 39 students in
the academic session 2009-2010 on the 29th March, 2010. Firstly
appointed three young and energetic teachers are Dr. G. M. Moniruzzaman,
Assistant Professor & Head of the department (Acting), Mohammad Niamot
Ullah Bhuyan (Lecturer) and Mohammad Shamsuzzaman Milky (Lecturer). The
department offers both BA (Honours) and MA in Bangla programs for the students.
Missiom and Vision
According to government
role, it is compulsory to use pure Bangla in every government and
non-government sectors. Current government has been working to establish the
motto. Besides, 21st February is diclared as an international mother
language day by UNESCO which is the outcome of our language movement in 1952.
That`s why, we want to exhibit highly our language and literature not only in
home but also internationally to meet the demand of the present world in want
of world`s demands. The goal of this department is to establish the prestige of
Bangla language, literature and culture with appropriate researches.
1. To involve using pure
Bangla in every sphere of life;
2. To be united to
enrich our language, literature and culture with the
demand of contemporary world;
3. To make our students skilled
in different works in home and abroad.
With our sincere, adept,
experienced teachers students are contributing to different prominent sectors
like BCS cadre, achieving two gold medals from prime minister, being university
teachers, bankers and executives in various public and private sectors etc.
We have an enriched
organization named `Bangla Bhasha-Shahittya Parishad', all others activities
beyond academic activities occurr under the parishad.
Welcome and greetings from the Department of Bangla, Comilla University, Comilla, Bangladesh. Department of Bangla is one of the prominent department under the faculty of Arts and Humanities in this university with its unique academic and cultural activities. It started its journey with only three teachers and only 39 students in the academic session 2009-2010. At present, the department has 11 faculty members, who are well known for their academic and research excellence.