Govt decides for 100 pc merit-based admission in HSC
30 Apr 2018, 20:44
From this year, the admission of colleges and madrasas for Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) will be held 100 percent on the basis of merit list.
The decision regarding the admission policy was taken in a meeting of Education Ministry led by Secondary and Higher Secondary Division secretary Sohrab Hossain on Monday, reports the UNB.
After completing the merit list, additional students can get admission under quota facility.
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) result will be published on May 6, while the admission for HSC will start on May 13 and continue till May 24.
Last year 89 percent was admitted under merit list and rest were admitted under quota facility in HSC examination.
Like previous years an applicants can apply through on online and SMS at minimum 5 and maximum 10 colleges or madrasahs which will cost Tk 150.
In each mobile SMS one application will be possible which will cost Tk 120.
Once the merit list is exhausted, additional students can get admission on the basis of following quotas: freedom fighter quota - 5 per cent, divisional and district sadar quota - 3 per cent, offices under Education Ministry - 2 per cent, BKSP - 0.5 per cent and expatriate - 0.5 per cent.
The admission fees of private educational institutes will be Tk 5,000 in the Dhaka Metropolitan City, Tk 9,000 in Dhaka district for partial MPO-listed institutes (Bangla Version) and Tk 10,000 for English version. Government institutes can’t fix more than Tk 3,000 as development fee. For all monetary transactions related to admission money receipts have to be provided.
Besides, admission fee will be Tk 1,000 in municipalities and rural areas, Tk 2,000 in district municipality sadar, except Dhaka no other metropolitan areas can fix more than Tk 3,000 for admission.