Dhaka University admission tests from Sep 23, application submission begins Monday
News Desk, bdnews24.com
Published: 2016-08-21 18:20:54.0 BdST Updated: 2016-08-21 18:20:54.0 BdST
The admission tests for the session 2016-17 at Dhaka University will begin from Sep 23 with the application form becoming available from Monday.
The students will be able to apply online to sit the tests until Sep 7, the university said in a media statement on Sunday.
The decision was taken earlier in the day at a meeting of the Admission Committee chaired by Vice-Chancellor Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique.
The admission test for the "Kha" unit (arts faculty) will be held on Sep 23, the "Ga" unit (business studies faculty) on Sep 30, the "Ka" unit (science faculty) on Oct 21, and the "Gha" unit (social sciences faculty) on Oct 28.
The entrance tests, general knowledge and drawing, of the "Cha" unit (fine arts faculty) will be held on Sep 24 and Oct 1, respectively.
The fee for the admission test form is Tk 350 this year.
The university said details and information regarding the admission tests will be made available for the students later on their website and through media releases.
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