DU ‘Ka’ unit admission test ends...

DU ‘Ka’ unit admission test ends

 Staff Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 12:23 PM, 10 June 2022   Updated: 12:24 PM, 10 June 2022

The admission test of the ‘Ka’ unit for the 2021-22 academic year of Dhaka University’s (DU) Faculty of Arts was began at 11 am and continued till 12 pm on Friday, June 10; Photo: Daily Bangladesh

The admission test of the ‘Ka’ unit for the 2021-22 academic year of Dhaka University’s (DU) Faculty of Arts was began at 11 am and continued till 12 pm on Friday, June 10; Photo: Daily Bangladesh

The admission test of the ‘Ka’ unit for the 2021-22 academic year of Dhaka University’s (DU) Faculty of Arts has ended. The exam began at 11 am and continued till 12 pm. 

The admission test was being held in eight divisional cities including Dhaka on Friday (June 10).

The centers outside Dhaka were — Chattogram University, Rajshahi University, Khulna University, Bangladesh Agricultural University (Mymensingh), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (Sylhet), Barishal University and Begum Rokeya University, (Rangpur). 

This year, a total of 1,15,710 students have applied for the admission test opposite of 1,751 seats in the ‘Ka’ unit. As per that, around 63 students are taking part in the examination for each seat.

During the admission test, DU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof. Md. Akhtaruzzaman visited the examination center at Curzon Hall at 11:15 am.

There are 10 faculties under the ‘Ka’ unit of Dhaka University. These are — the Faculty of Science, Biology, Pharmacy, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Institute of Statistical Research and Teaching, Institute of Nutrition and Food Science, Institute of Information Technology, Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology and Institute of Education and Research. 

Volunteers including Rover Scouts and BNCC were deployed at the entrance of the campus and at various places on the day of examination to assist the candidates. The university authorities requested the parents and well-wishers not to go to the center on the days of the admission tests except for the examinees.

At the same time, all the concerned quarters monitored the situation to keep the public gatherings on the campus of the university closed and to restrict the movement of vehicles on the campus to keep the students coming and participating in the examination center uninterrupted.

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