The admission test in Chabi started on Tuesday, eight instructions must be obeyed

Chittagong University first year graduate admission test is starting from next Tuesday (August 16). Will continue till August 24. University authorities have made all preparations to complete the admission test properly. As part of this, eight guidelines have been given for the admission candidates and their parents. The shuttle train schedule has also been finalized.

Rabiul Hasan Bhuiyan, the proctor of the university, gave this information in a press conference at his office today at 12 noon. Four halls of residence of female students have been designated for the rest of the parents of the examinees. The halls are – People’s Leader Sheikh Hasina Hall, National Leader Khaleda Zia Hall, Pritilta Hall and Shamsunnahar Hall. Apart from this, temporary toilets have been constructed in different places of the campus. There will be an information support center for members of the Proctoral Body at the Campus Memorial Square.
Rabiul Hasan Bhuiyan said that sufficient security arrangements have been made to prevent any kind of irregularities in the examination. The entire campus and important roads of the city will be under the vigilance of the law and order forces. Traffic police will be vigilant to avoid traffic jams.
1 lakh 43 thousand 725 students have submitted the application fee in this year’s admission test. There are 4 thousand 826 seats in the university. Accordingly, 29 admission-seeking students will fight for one seat.

Earlier, the application process started on June 15 and ended on July 8. 1 lakh 59 thousand 104 students applied for it. Among them, those who have submitted the application fee will get the opportunity to take the admission test.
Chittagong University will conduct admission test in four units and two sub-units. Out of this there are 1 thousand 212 seats in ‘A’ unit. 54 thousand 105 students will compete in it. As such, there are about 45 contenders for one seat. ‘B’ unit has 1 thousand 221 seats. The total number of candidates is 35 thousand 779. As a result, an average of 29 students will fight against one seat. There are 441 seats in ‘C’ unit. 11 thousand 60 people are competing. 25 students will fight against one seat.

‘D’ unit has 1 thousand 160 seats. 39 thousand 391 people will fight in this unit. There are 34 candidates against one seat.

Apart from this, there are 125 seats in ‘B-1’ sub-unit. 1 thousand 579 people will compete. 13 students will fight for one seat in this unit. There are 30 seats in ‘D-1’ sub-unit. The number of candidates is 1 thousand 811. As such, 60 students will compete against one seat.