St. Placid’s School & College (BLACKBOARD)
This group is created for the Teachers of St. Placid’s School & College. Members are allowed to post classes for our students as they cannot attend classes because of pandemic.
Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/groups/53331
Webpage ► https://www.stplacid.edu.bd
Admin Of Group – Jayonta is an admin.
Group Rules from the Admins
1. A Member of this group must be a teacher of SPSC
2. No Hate Speech or Bullying
Make sure everyone feels safe. Bullying of any kind isn’t allowed, and degrading comments about things like race, religion, culture, gender or identity will not be tolerated.
3. Respect Everyone’s Privacy
Being part of this group requires mutual trust. Authentic, expressive discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. What’s shared in the group should stay in the group.
4. Be Kind and Courteous
We’re all in this together to create a welcoming environment. Let’s treat everyone with respect. Healthy debates are natural, but kindness is required.
5. No Promotions or Spam
Give more than you take to this group. Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links aren’t allowed.
Address – সেন্ট প্ল্যাসিডস্ স্কুল এন্ড কলেজ
St Placid’s School & College
ঠিকানাঃ Mohim Das Road, Patherghata, Chittagong Bangladesh 4000 Chittagong
বিদ্যালয় কোডঃ 104513, ইআইআইএন নাম্বারঃ 104513,
St. Placid’s School & College (BLACKBOARD) MEMBERS Name :
Jharna Dona Podder
Tarik Uddin Ahmed
Utpol Kumar Sarker
Irin Jeralin Jessieca
Md. Jasim Khan
Sumit Dutta Titu
Trina Helen Gomes
মানস রায় পুরোহিত
Sabrina Randolph D’Silva
এস দত্ত উবাচ
Uday Shankar Chowdhury
Saint Placid’s is one of many Bangla medium school that were started by Christian missionaries during the time of the British rule. The schools were used to educate the Christian community of the regions they served to give them the advantages of education in the British ruled Indian subcontinent. They were also used to promote the conversion of people to Christianity especially from the poor who saw the schools as an added benefit for their children. Throughout their history though, these schools also took in students who were the children of the wealthy who could afford the fees that were charged to non-Christians. These students may have formed the majority and also provided income to the schools. After independence, the schools remained and adapted to the new countries they served (India, Pakistan and later Bangladesh as it became independent of Pakistan). They catered more and more to the children of the emerging middle class and also had a secular public front that was aligned with the religious sensitivities of the local people. At St. Placid’s in the 1960s for example, the day started with the national anthem at assembly and when the students reached their “home room” they recited the Lord’s Prayer, which was deemed consistent with both Muslim and Christian beliefs.
Throughout recent history, the success of such schools was due in part to what the educated classes saw as the failure of the public education system. St. Placid’s as well as similar schools filled the gap between what was seen by the educated and affluent members of society as the best education for obtaining the most desirable jobs in the government and business, and what the public education offered.
As of 2015, Principal Prodip Louis Rozario,CSC heads 68 teachers instructing 2,505 pupils.
Subscribe To Take Online Classes Regular.
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