IU agrees to join uniformed entry test


26th June, 2019 10:16:31 printer

IU agrees to join uniformed entry test

The Islamic University (IU) has decided to join uniformed entry test to reduce the hassle of admission seekers.

The decision was taken at IU’s 116th academic council meeting with Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, sources at registrar office said Wednesday.

Pro-VC Prof M Shahinoor Rahman, Treasurer Prof M Selim Toha, acting Registrar SM Abdul Latif, former proctor and syndicate member Prof M Mahbubar Rahman, among others, were present at the meeting.

VC Askari told UNB that they took the decision by responding to the country’s President and Chancellor of the universities M Abdul Hamid.

He said the admission seekers and their guardians suffer a lot during the admission tests.

“Their money and time are wasted. Considering this, we’ve made an unanimous recommendation for combined admission tests,” he added.