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IU Decides Not to Join Uniform Admission Test

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Kushtia, November 09 (IU Correspondent/OurVoice): The authorities of Islamic University in Kushtia on Monday decided not to join the unified admission test system, which is likely to begin from the 2020-21 academic session.

The decision was made at a meeting of IU Admission Test Committee with its Vice-Chancellor Professor Shaikh Abdus Salam in the chair.

Among others, IU Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor M Shahinoor Rahman, chairmen and deans of different departments and faculties were present on the occasion.

IU Acting Rregistrar S M Abdul Latif said that the university authorities would conduct its entry test for the students as per its previous system.

Most of the departments opposed holding the admission test under unified admission test system and that’s why we aren’t joining it.

Further information regarding the admission test would be finalised from the next meeting, he added.

On January 23, the University Grants Commission decided to introduce a uniform entry test in all public universities across the country from the academic year 2020-21, aiming to reduce the plight of the admission-seekers and their guardians.


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