At Aftab Uddin School & College, we pride ourselves on fostering a sense of belonging, camaraderie, and healthy competition among our students. Our house system is a fundamental part of our school culture, creating smaller communities within our larger educational family. Each house has its unique identity, values, and traditions that add to the rich tapestry of our institution.
Named after Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah (1885-1969) was a renowned Bengali scholar, linguist, and educator. He is particularly celebrated for his contributions to the study of the Bengali language and literature.
Named after Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) was a prominent Indian poet, philosopher, musician, and polymath. He is best known for composing the national anthems of India ("Jana Gana Mana") and Bangladesh ("Amar Shonar Bangla"). He was the first Asian to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 for his poetry "Song Offerings (Gitanjali)".
Named after Kazi Nazrul Islam (1899-1976) was a renowned Bengali poet, writer, musician, and revolutionary. He is often referred to as the "Rebel Poet" and is celebrated for his powerful and inspiring poetry that championed social justice and freedom.
Named after Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar (1820-1891) was a prominent Indian philosopher, educator, and social reformer. He made significant contributions to the fields of education and women's rights in India.
Named after Begum Rokeya Shakhawat Hossain (1880-1932) was a pioneering Bengali feminist, writer, and social activist. She advocated for women's rights and education in a time when such advocacy was uncommon.