Dhaka University Admission Circular 2021-2022। admission.eis.du.ac.bd

Dhaka University (DU) Admission Notice PDF for the academic year 2021-2022. DU admission circular 2022 has been announced on DU admission website admission.eis.du.ac.bd. Before submitting admission applications candidates should know about the basic requirements for each unit, deadlines and much more information. This article will explain an in-depth analysis of DU admission 2022 and its related matters.

Dhaka University Admission Circular 2021-2022

For its hundred-year legacy of excellence, the University of Dhaka is renowned as an oxford of the east. On the other hand, Dhaka University offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, including IBA. Every academic year, a large number of candidates compete for each slot in their dream department by taking admissions tests. If you wish to apply DU A, B, C or D Units, you should have a clear concept about the procedure of admission. Before going to the analysis, we will shed light on the basic dates and deadlines of Dhaka University admission as per the prospectus.

 

Dhaka University Admission Notice

Online Application Date Initiate: 20 April 2022

Online Application Date Finish: 10th May 2022

Last date of payment: 10th May, 2022

Admission Test Seized: 3rd June (Friday) 2022

 

DU Admission Test Date

As per the admission prospectus, DU admission test will be held on a different date in June 2022. Here are the unit-wise detailed admission dates & times.

Units

Faculty Date

Time

KA Unit

Science Faculty 10 June 2022 11.00 AM – 12.30 PM

 KHA Unit 

Arts Faculty 04 June 2022

11.00 AM – 12.30 PM

 GA Unit 

Commerce Faculty 03 June 2022

11.00 AM – 12.30 PM

 GHA Unit 

Social Science Faculty 11 June 2022

11.00 AM – 12.30 PM

 CHA Unit (G.K)

Fine Arts Faculty

17 June 2022

11.00 AM – 11.30 PM

Admission Test Venue: 

The admission test for Dhaka University will be held in eight divisional exam centers at the same time. Each candidate can select only one test center.

DU Admission Requirement

The minimal entrance exam criteria at the University of Dhaka have been changed. From the last academic year, they raise their minimum GPA. The following are the entry requirements for each unit: –

For Ka/A Unit
Candidates who have passed SSC/ equivalent examination from 2016 to 2019 and the HSC/ equivalent examination in 2021 from Science Group can apply for admission.
Candidates must be obtained at least GPA of 3.50 in both SSC and HSC/ equivalent examinations, and the total GPA should be up to 8.00 (including additional subjects).

For Kha/B unit
Candidates who have passed SSC/ equivalent examination in 2016 or next year and HSC/ equivalent examination in 2021 from the humanities group can apply. Candidates can apply for admission through B Unit subject to fulfilling the conditions mentioned in the Admission Guide.
Candidates must have a minimum GPA of 3.00 on each exam and a cumulative GPA of 7.50 on both exams.

For Ga/C Unit
Students who have passed Business Studies/ A Level/ Diploma in Business Studies/ Business Management at Higher Secondary level can apply.
Only those who have passed SSC/equivalent 2016 to 2019 and HSC/ equivalent examination in 2021, can apply.
Applicants must be obtained at least a GPA of 3.0 in both SSC and HSC/ equivalent examinations. And the total GPA should be up to 7.50 (with additional subjects).

For Gha/D Unit
Students who have passed SSC/ equivalent from 2016 to 2019 and HSC (Humanities, Science, Business Education, Agricultural Science) in 2021 can apply.
Applications will not be accepted if you get less than ‘B’ grade (3.00) in any subject in HSC/ equivalent examination.
Students from the Humanities group (including Madrasa Education Board) must have a minimum GPA of at least 7.50 in SSC and HSC examinations (including 4th subject).
Candidates from Business Education, Diploma-in-Business Studies, Diploma-in-Commerce and Business Management group should have a minimum GPA of 7.50 in both SSC and HSC/ equivalent examinations (including 4th subject).
Students from Science, Madrasa Education Board’s Science, Agricultural Science and Home Economics group should have a minimum GPA of 8.0 in SSC and HSC examinations (including 4th subject).

For Cha/E Unit
Students who have passed SSC/ equivalent examination from 2016 to 2019 and HSC (Humanities, Science, Business Education, Agricultural Science) from 2021 will be able to apply.
Candidates who have passed HSC/ equivalent examination in any group have a minimum GPA of 6.50 in SSC and HSC/ equivalent examinations (including 4th subject), they can apply for admission. However, if you have a GPA of less than 3.00 in any level (SSC or HSC), you cannot apply.

Admission Test & Mark Distribution Process

A Unit Notice & Prospectus 2022
Exam topics: Only students of Science can apply in this unit. And exam subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Math / Biology, Fourth subject / Bengali / English These 4. There will be a total of 30 questions – 120 questions from each subject.

Exam Mark Details:
Total mark 200
Admission Test – 120
(HSC GPA x 10) + (SSC GPA x 6) = 80
N.B: The admission test will have 120 MCQ questions, each of which is the value of 1. That is, 120 marks will be held and the total time is 1 hour and 30 minutes.

 

B Unit Notice & Prospectus 2021

Exam topics: In this B unit, only the Humanities students will be able to apply . And the subjects of examinations – Bengali, English and general knowledge are three.

Bengali = 30
English = 30
General Knowledge (Bangladesh and International Affairs) = 60
Total = 100
Exam Mark Details:
Total mark 200
Admission Test – 120
(HSC GPA x 10) + (SSC GPA x 6) = 80

In the admission test, there will be 100 MCQ queries, each question values carry on 1.2 marks. That is, 120 marks will be held and the total time is 1 hour.
Each question will be deducted 0.30 from the number received for the wrong answer and the total pass mark 48. and every one have to pass individuals subject like Fro Bangla – 8 marks, English -8 marks and General Knowledge – 17 marks.

 

C Unit Notice & Prospectus 2021

This C unit is for students of Business Studies. In the admission test, there will be a total of 100 questions in 120 numbers. And 1 hour will be scheduled for the exam.

Distribution of Marks for C unit:

Bengla-30
English -30
Accounting-30
Management – 30
Total -120
The number will be cut for the wrong answer in the admission test.

A correct answer number will be deducted for every 5 wrong answers. That means, for every wrong answer, 0.24 will be deducted from obtained marks. This number will deduct subject wise.

 

D Unit Notice & Prospectus 2021

Merit list will be based on a total of 200 Marks. 80 based on Marks SSC and HSC GPA. These marks are calculated by multiplying SSC GPA (with optional) by multiplying by 6 and multiplying by 10 with HSC GPA (with optional).

The remaining 120 marks will be held in the MCQ system.
For the MCQ examinations of 120 marks, a total of 100 questions will be answered and the time will be given 1 hour.
The value of each question is 1.2.
For every wrong answer 0.30 number will be cut.
Three subjects should be examined:

Bengali: 30 Marks
English: 30 Marks
General Knowledge (Bangladesh Affairs + International Affairs): 60 Marks

To pass the admission test, you will get minimum 8 marks each subject with total 48 marks.

 

GPA Marks

DU admission authority has declared their admission test GPA marks. According to TV news, current year GPA marks will be 20 marks. These marks will be calculated based on applicants’ SSC/equivalent & HSC/ equivalent examination obtained GPA.

 

How To Apply DU Admission 2022

The application (http://admission.eis.du.ac.bd/) will be done through this link. Applicants on this site will be able to see the admission guidelines, notices and links of all the units of Dhaka University. Before applying to any unit, please read the guidelines and website guidelines carefully. Also read the instructions in the yellow box on the method page.
To apply for admission in any unit, click on the ‘Apply / Login’ button of the Dhaka University admission website.
After clicking on the ‘Application / Login’ button, the applicant’s Higher Secondary / Equivalent on the ‘Application / Login’ page Give ‘roll’ by providing the Roll Number, Examination Roll Number, Board Name and Roll Number of Secondary or equivalent exams Click on the button and the applicant’s secondary and secondary examination information and applicant on the next page If you have the ability to apply to all the units, click on the ‘confirm’ button.

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