Dhaka University Admission Test Notice For Session 2018-2019 - Education News of Bangladesh

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Dhaka University Admission Test Notice For Session 2018-2019

Dhaka University (DU) is one of the highest educational institution in Bangladesh which was established in the year 1921. This reputed university admits students who are passed in HSC exam each year through admission test. Students can apply for one or more units among 5 of DU. Admission test notice of DU for session 2018-2019 yet to be published, since the HSC result has been published therefore university authority will take initiative for the notice as soon as possible.

For admission test of session 2018-2019 already been fixed by this month for all the university in Bangladesh.

Click here to see the admission test schedule of all university for session 2018-2019.

Admission test of Dhaka university will start on 14th of September and will end on 12 October. Different units will take their test at different dates in between.

www.du.ac.bd is the official website of Dhaka university that will publish the notice along with routine of each examination.

See the admission test routine for session 2018-2019.

  • 14th September, 2018 - GA Unit Admission Test
  • 15th September, 2018 - CHA Unit(Fine Arts) Admission Test
  • 21st September, 2018 - KHA Unit Admission Test
  • 22nd September, 2018 - CHA Unit(Drawing) Admission Test
  • 28th September, 2018 - KA Unit Admission Test
  • 12th October, 2018 -     GHA Unit Admission Test
Minimum educational qualification requirement for DU admission-
 
  • KA Unit- Candidates must have total GPA 8.00 (with 4th subject) in SSC and HSC level exams.
  • KHA Unit - Candidates must have total GPA 7.00 (with 4th subject) in SSC and HSC level exams.
  • GA Unit - Candidates must have total GPA 7.50 (with 4th subject) in SSC and HSC level exams.
  • GHA Unit - Candidates must have total GPA 7.00 for Arts group of HSC and Madrassa Board, 8.00 for science group of HSC, agriculture, home economics and science group of Madrassa Board.
  • Cha Unit - Candidates must have total GPA 6.50 (with 4th subject) in SSC and HSC level exams. 


Different units have their own choice about exam and it's subject, see below all units subject and mark distribution details.

Merit list will be based on a total of 200 marks. 80 based on SSC and HSC GPA. this is calculated  as SSC GPA (with optional) multiplying by 6 and HSC GPA (with optional) multiplying by10.

 A Unit

Exam topics: Students having science background are only allowed to apply in this unit. Admission test is held based on subjects as following – Physics, Chemistry, Math / Biology, Fourth subject / Bengali / English. Each subjects carry 30 marks (30 MCQ) so multiplying with 4 subject is 120 marks (120 MCQ).

Mark Distribution:
Total mark 200

Admission Test – 120
(HSC GPA x 10) + (SSC GPA x 6) = 80

B Unit

Exam topics:   Students having arts background are only allowed to apply in this unit . And the subjects of examinations – Bengali, English and general knowledge.

Mark Distribution:  
Total Mark - 200

Bengali = 30
English = 30
General Knowledge (Bangladesh and International Affairs) = 60
Total = 120
(HSC GPA x 10) + (SSC GPA x 6) = 80

 Students have to answer 100 MCQ in 1 hour time worth 1.2 each question which equals to 120 marks. For each wrong answer 0.30 will be deducted from the total obtained number in a subject. Pass mark is 48 and students have to pass individual subject like Bangla – 8 marks, English -8 marks and General Knowledge – 17 marks.

C Unit

Students of business studies are only allowed to apply in this unit .Students have to answer 100 MCQ in 1 hour time worth 1.2 each question which equals to 120 marks.

Mark Distribution:  
Total Mark - 200

    Bengla-30
    English -30
    Accounting-30
    Management – 30
    Total -120
   (HSC GPA x 10) + (SSC GPA x 6) = 80

For each wrong answer 0.24 will be deducted from the total obtained number in a subject

D Unit

Students of all background are allowed to apply in this unit.Students have to answer 100 MCQ in 1 hour time worth 1.2 each question which equals to 120 marks.

 
Mark Distribution:  
Total Mark - 200

Bengali = 30
English = 30
General Knowledge (Bangladesh and International Affairs) = 60
Total = 120
(HSC GPA x 10) + (SSC GPA x 6) = 80

Students have to answer 100 MCQ in 1 hour time worth 1.2 each question which equals to 120 marks. For each wrong answer 0.30 will be deducted from the total obtained number in a subject. Pass mark is 48 and students have to pass individual subject like Bangla – 8 marks, English -8 marks and General Knowledge – 17 marks.

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