2022-04-20 23:50:33 BdST
Online application for DU entrance tests begins
The online application process for honours first year admission tests of Dhaka University (DU) under 2021-22 academic session began on Wednesday.
DU Vice-chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman inaugurated the process at Abdul Matin Chowdhury Virtual Classroom of the university at 3:00 pm. The application process will continue till May 10.
The applicants can pay the application fee through debit/credit card, mobile banking, internet banking or at any branch of the four government banks—Sonali, Agrani, Janata and Rupali within May 10. The application fee is Tk 1,000 this year. After paying the fee, a candidate can download the admit card from May 16 until an hour before the beginning of the scheduled exams.
According to schedule, the entry tests of the university will begin with 'Ga' unit under the Faculty of Business Studies on June 3. Besides, the 'Kha' unit entry test under the Faculty of Arts will be held on June 4, 'Ka' unit under the Faculty of Science on June 10, 'Gha' unit under the Faculty of Social Sciences on June 11 and 'Cha' unit under the Faculty of Fine Arts on June 17.
The admission tests of the 'Ka', Kha', 'Ga,' and 'Gha' units will be held from 11:00am to 12:30pm while the 'Cha' unit test (General Knowledge) will be held from 11:00am to 11:30am.
The admission tests under the 'Ka', Kha', 'Ga,' and 'Gha' units will consist of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) of 60 marks and a written exam of 40 marks while the marks distribution for the Fine Arts Faculty candidates will consist of MCQ of 40 marks and a written exam of 60 marks. Fine Arts Faculty candidates will get 30 minutes for their MCQ test and an hour for the written test while candidates from the other faculties will get 45 minutes each for both types of tests.
Like previous year, the admission tests will be held in Dhaka, and at university campuses in 8 divisional cities to ease the difficulty of travelling to the capital for applicants.
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