DU 7 College Migration Merit List Result 2022. The special and latest merit list for the first year of graduation for the academic year 2020-21 of seven government colleges in the capital affiliated with Dhaka University has been published. The list was scheduled to be published on Tuesday.
This information was given through a notification on the admission website of seven colleges on Wednesday (March 23). According to the notification, the results of the special migration of seven government colleges and the latest nominations have been published. According to the order of preference, the students nominated for migration and category nominations will be able to pay online migration or admission fee payment salary and other fees by clicking on the admission fee button from 3 pm tomorrow (March 24).
DU 7 College Migration Merit List Result 2022
Result Check link https://collegeadmission.eis.du.ac.bd/bn
Earlier, on January 16, the first merit list of seven government colleges was published. After that, three more merit lists were published step by step. However, as the seats were vacant, the admission committee decided to publish the special merit list.
This year’s admission test has been held under the faculty of science, commerce and arts and sociology in the academic year 2020-21 of seven affiliated government colleges. Although 26,160 seats were mentioned, the admission test was conducted mainly in 23,262 seats.
Last year, the admission test for commerce, science faculty of seven colleges was held on November 5, 6 and arts and social science units on November 13. Then on November 11, the results of science commerce and on November 17, the results of arts and social sciences units were published.
Meanwhile, classes for first-year undergraduate students of the 2020-21 academic year in seven government colleges have started from February 23. Even after the start of classes, a large number of admission seekers could not get admission in the merit list. They did not have the opportunity to get admission despite the seats being vacant due to the closure of the publication of the merit list. They have also protested for admission opportunities.