Sylhet Government Pilot High School

The Sylhet Government Pilot High School (Bengali: সিলেট সরকারি পাইলট উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়) is one of the oldest schools of Bangladesh as well as the Indian Subcontinent. Founded in 1836, it is situated in the Kalighat area of Sylhet, on the bank of the Surma River.

Students of the school have graduated from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Islamic University of Technology, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka, and SUST. Also, many students have successfully completed M.B.B.S. programs from top government medical colleges around the country.

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