Bangladesh National University NU honours admission 2019-19 minimum GPA requirement and other qualification has been set. The NU authority has decided to new admission rules for Honours 1st year admission 2019-2019. In the colleges under National University, the minimum qualification for the first year of graduation (Honors) has been set. Of these, the minimum GPA-2.50 will be required for SSC, HSC and equivalent examinations for admission to Humanities. For admission in science and business education, GPA-2.50 in SSC and GPA-2.50 in HSC.
NU Honours Admission Qualification 2019-20
So long the minimum qualification for this level was minimum GPA-2 in SSC, HSC, and equivalent examinations.
This decision was taken at a meeting of the 89th academic council of the university at Gazipur National University campus on Saturday.
It is to be noted that on the basis of the SSC, HSC and equivalent results of the students, the admission is admitted in the first year in the colleges under the National University. There are no admission tests. HSC exam result and equivalent results will be published on 17 July 2019. Then the admission process will start in the universities.
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The meeting chaired the National University Professor Harun-ur-Rashid. Among others, members of the academy including Professor Moshiur Rahman and Hafiz Muhammad Hasan Babu, treasurer Noman Ur Rashid were present in the meeting.
Vice-Chancellor Harun-Ar-Rashid of National University said in the first light that from now on, the teacher will be appointed in the private colleges under the National University through written and oral examination. Apart from this, the formation and validity of the college’s management committee were fixed in the meeting of the Academic Council.
The new rules have imposed restrictions on appointing a women member in the management committee. The term of the committee has been reduced to two years instead of four years.
On the other hand, on the occasion of the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the decision to take more than one program in all colleges was held in the meeting.