Last Updated on 17th December 2018

Sheikh Hasina University of Netrokona

The first year admission test will be held on 22nd December of 2018 (Saturday) for the undergraduate admission of Sheikh Hasina University under 2018-19 academic session. Sheikh Hasina University is established at Netrokona, Bangladesh. The University authorities will fill 90 students in the first batch of the four-year undergraduate (honors) program in three departments under two faculties. Information was found from the University sources On this day, the circular has been published in different national dailies.

The university’s registrar Kazi Nasir Uddin said that in the first batch, 30 students will be admitted in Bangla and English sections under the Faculty of Arts. Under the Faculty of Social Sciences, the same number of students will be admitted in the Department of Economics.

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Students interested in admission to these departments (Humanities, Science and Business Education) must have the lowest GPA-3 in SSC and HSC. The application process will starts on the website of the university ( on December 5 (Wednesday). Which will continue until December 18 (Tuesday). In every faculty, the application form has been priced at Tk 700, which can be paid in bKash and rocket. The written and MKC admission tests will be held on December 24 in four shifts. Pass Number 50 in Mkc examination of 120 Decline 25 for every wrong answer will be cut. Pass Number 12 in written test of 30
The information regarding admission rules and admission information can also be found at the university’s website The concerned authorities say that till the university’s own infrastructure is built, the technical training center (TTC) will be run in the city’s Rajurbazar.

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On January 28 last year, the ‘Sheikh Hasina University Act-2018’ passed in parliament. Later in July this year, Professor of Bangla Department of Dhaka University and famous educationist Dr. The President appointed Rafiqullah Khan as the first vice-chancellor of the new university. Recently, the National Economic Committee (ECNEC) has allocated Tk 2,637.44 crore for overall development including construction of university infrastructure. Meanwhile, authorities have fixed 500 acres of land in Rampur, Kandulia, Govindapur, Raydumruhi and Sahilpur mouzas for the construction of the university infrastructure.