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Tuesday, November 3, 2015, Kartik 19, 1422 BS, Muharram 20, 1437 Hijri


New guidelines for school admission
Published :Tuesday, 3 November, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 22

The government has issued a policy for admission to the secondary, junior secondary and combined primary sections at private schools, and school and colleges across the country with a 40 percent quota keeping aside for local students in Dhaka city.
The Education Ministry issued a set of guidelines on Monday, aiming to make the admission activities more transparent and time-befitting.
The policy says the authorities of the respective educational institution will have to reserve 40 percent seats for the students of its catchment area in Dhaka city while the rest seats will remain open for all.
It says students for admission to Class-1 will have to be selected through lottery all over eh country. At the same time, there must be a waiting list with students beyond merit list.
The selected students will lose their seats if they fail to get admitted within the stipulated time. In such cases, students from the waiting list will get the opportunity for admission.
The authorities can take Tk 200 for application form for admission in the MPO and partially MPO-listed educational institutions across the country.
The admission fees along with session charges will not be more than Tk 500 in rural area.     ?UNB











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