On a nice brilliant noon in a picnic in the farm house of Mr. Abu Naser the then member of Arasca; in 1986, all the eager members discussed the feasibility of the project of building a women college in the area projecting it as the pit of higher education in the southern part of the city.
Finally on 12 Feb; 1988, Mr. L.K. Siddiki, the then Member of the parliament and Later on the minister for the water resource; people’s republic of Bangladesh, laid the foundation stone of Agrabad Mohila College. in association with other members late M. A. Hannan, Mr. Mominul Haq sarkar; Mr. Abdul Latif; Mr. Serajul Islam; Prof. S.A. Siddiqui; Mr. Shafiqul Islam, Mr. M.A. Ajij; Mr. Jalaluddin Ahmed; Mr. Motaher Hossain; Mr. Abdur Rajjak; Mr. Md. Shah Alam; Mr. Abu Ahmed Majumdar and the others in presence of the district commissioner- Mr. M.A. Mannan as the chief guest of the master ceremony.
Simultaneously Mr. S.A. Siddiqui; a nationally reputed educationist was chosen the founder principal and later on cheif of the project Architect, Jarina Hossain made the architectural design of the college free of cost. Total land for the construction of the college along with another 0.1932 acres (12.5 Kathas) plot beside the Sonali Bank (Mohila Shakha) at road no. 01; C.D.A. Resindential area. agrabad; ctg. is provided by ARASCA (Agrabad Residetial Area Socio-Cultural Association), its mother organisation.
With the very start of the college, it showed extra-ordinary gesture in dealing with average and below-average students. The matter was proved when it could make a simple 2nd division student at S.S.C. level Khadija Akter Munni to come to Top-10 merit list from the commerce group in its initial move under Comilla Board in 1990. This roused a huge acclamation all around specially in media that fortunately proved to be a lucky-charm for the newly-start college and the rest is history.