No wallet allowed during entrance test to dental colleges
Senior Correspondent, bdnews24.com
Published: 2016-10-28 15:15:14.0 BdST Updated: 2016-10-28 15:17:06.0 BdST
Aspirants will not be allowed to enter the examination hall with their wallets to attend the admission test for dental colleges to be held on Nov 4.
Directorate General of Health Services came up with the directive at the secretariat on Thursday.
The aspirants can carry admit card, money and other necessary documents in a transparent bag.
They must arrive at the hall 30 minutes prior the exam.
A total 22,355 students will battle for 1,917 seats through the BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) admission test this year.
The exams will be held at three centres in Dhaka and in Chittagong and Rajshahi.
Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim presided over the meeting attended by State Minister for Health and Family Welfare Zahid Maleque and Director General for Health Services Prof Dr Abul Kalam Azad among others.
Minister Nasim stressed on beefing up security measures for averting leakage of question papers.
Unlike previous years, the admission tests for medical colleges and dental colleges are being held separately this year.
The admission test for MBBS course at medical colleges was held on Oct 7.
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