Last Updated on 8th May 2019

For the admission in the Eleventh Classes, public and private colleges will be divided into three sections. As per the number of students admitted in XI Classes and rate of passes in HSC in last year, the colleges will bee divided in ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ divisions. This initiative has been taken to determine the type of college for which the students and guardians of admission do not become confused and cheated.

According to the Dhaka Education Board sources, the educational institutions will be divided three category according to the following factors:

  • At least 600 students or more were admitted in the Eleventh Class (2018-2019 academic year) and at least 70 percent of the pass rate in HSC in last year will be classified as ‘A’.
  • At least 600 students were admitted, and pass rate in the HSC exams from 70 to 50 percent they are classified as ‘B’ and
  • Those with less than 50 percent pass rate, and less than 600 students will be classified as ‘C’.
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In the Dhaka Board ‘A’ class college seats 1 lakh

According to the preliminary list, the college of ‘A’ class under Dhaka Board are 82. These seats are about 100,000 Some of the most notable colleges in Dhaka are Dhaka College, Notre Dame College, Viqarunnisa Noon School and College, Rajuk Uttara Model College, Residential Model College, Government Science College, Holiks College, Motijheel Ideal School and College, National Ideal College, Dhaka Commerce College, Dhaka City College, Adamjee Cantonment College, BAF Shaheen College, Shaheed Bir Uttam Le. Anwar Girl’s College, St. Joseph Higher Secondary School, Begum Badrunnessa Government Women’s College, Shamsul Haq Khan School and College, Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Bir Shreshtha Munshi Abdur Rouf Public College.

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There are 12 lakh seats will be empty

Admission to class XI in colleges and madrassas of the country will be done under the Dhaka Education Board. Education Board officials said there are 7363 colleges and madrasas to be taught in class XI. Of these 4,600 colleges. Last year, in these colleges and madrasa, there were 9,33,605 seats in the eleventh seat. This year is almost the same. Although some colleges have applied to increase the seats. The SSC and equivalent examinations passed around 17 million As a result, around 1.2 million seats remain empty.

How to apply for xi class admission

Application for admission in class XI will start on May 12, till May 23. Applicants must apply for at least 5 and maximum 10 educational institutions online. Apply online at There is a scope of application for sending SMS through Teletalk mobile phone. On the basis of the student’s results and orientation, an institution will be selected for admission. After the admission in June 30, the classes will start from July 1.