Krishnath College School, is one of the oldest schools in Bengal situated in Baharampur, Murshidabad district in India. Originally located in the same building as Krishnath College, it was moved into separate buildings in 1908. The original School had no separate entrance and was part of Krishna College. Regular classes were started on the 21st of November, 1853. In 1855, the School was shifted to Mr. Verdon Monasagon's two-story house. In the year 1857, the School was again shifted to Banjetia House of Maharani Swarnamoyee. When the Krishnath College Building was completed, the School was shifted to the eastern block of said building. In 1887, Maharani Swarnamoyee undertook the administrative and financial control of the College as well as the School. In 1902, the name of the School was changed to Krishnath College School. On 9 August 1909, the foundation stone was laid by Hon’ble Sir Edward Norman Baker, the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal. The school was shifted to its present imposing building, built with the help of Maharaja Manindra Chandra Nandy. In August 1911, the school was formally opened by Lord Fraser William Duke, the Officiating Governor of Bangal. More information...

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