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|Burdwan Municipal Girls' High School|
|Motto||Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya|
|Established||26 August 1936|
|Color(s)||White and Blue|
Burdwan Municipal Girls' High School is one of the oldest schools in India, having been established on 26 August 1936 by the efforts of Bardhaman Municipal Authority. It is located in Kalibazar, near court compound Burdwan in the state of West Bengal.
This school is a higher secondary school (from class 1 to 12). The curriculum is the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (until class 10) and West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (Class 11 and 12). The common curriculum is followed until class 10. In class 11 and 12, there are 2 streams: Science and Arts.
The school has extracurricular activities for students including creative arts, singing, dancing and a range of sports. Besides the annual sports events, the school has a basketball team that participates in the District level championships.
The school celebrates its foundation day on 26 August. In 2011 the school observed its Platinum Jubilee along with an exhibition. A prize distribution ceremony is observed on 28 August every alternate year. Students of classes 5 to 12 may achieve several prizes for achievement in various subjects.
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