Islamic University Admission Circular 2021 has been published. Islamic University Kushtia has issued admission notification for engineering, firm and other departments for the academic year 2020-21 on 22 November. According to the admission notification and prospectus, students participating in the integrated admission test of the universities will be able to apply. Fill in the online admission form through iu.ac.bd/admission website. The university will admit students in a total of 32 departments in A, B and C units.
The name of the unit
Name of the faculty
Number of seats
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Engineering and Technology
Faculty of Biology
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Social Sciences
Department of Law
Faculty of Business Administration
Eligibility of application
Only those students who have obtained the result by participating in the Universities Integrated Admission Test GST 2020-2021 will be able to apply only subject to fulfilling the mentioned conditions.
Application form for Islamic University
If there is a minimum qualification, students can apply from November 28, 2021 to December 12, 2021. The application form has to be filled through the website iu.ac.bd/admission. Detailed instructions for filling up the application form can be found on the Admissions website. The candidate has to pay the prescribed amount of application fee while filling up the application form.
When applying online, applicants will have to pay the application fee through mobile banking or online banking as per the guidelines. Application fee for 11 sections of A-unit is Rs. 650, application fee for 15 sections of B-unit is Rs. 800 and application fee for 6 sections of C-Unit is Rs. 400. Extra money in case of application in multiple units. 200 / – to be paid along with selected unit fee.
Islamic University Admission Results
Islamic University Admission Results 2021 will be published after the last date of application. IU admission results will be published on the 2020-21 admission website. The merit list will be created by adding 2 times the GPA score obtained in the Secondary / Equivalent and Higher Secondary / Equivalent examinations with the total marks obtained by the students in the GST integrated admission test. Preference will be given to candidates with higher GPA if more than one candidate gets the same score in Higher Secondary / Equivalent examination.
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