Govt Saadat College Admission, Tangail Admission Notice 2022 সরকারি সা’দাত কলেজ ভর্তি http://www.saadatcollege.gov.bd/ National University Affiliated Government Sa’dat College Admission to 1st-year undergraduate (honours) class in the academic year 2021-2022.
Start of application: 22/05/2022
Application completed: 09/06/2022
Eligibility of application
SSC: Minimum GPA 3.5
H.Sc: Minimum GPA 3.00 with 4th subject
Science and Business Education:
SSC: Minimum GPA 3.5
HSC: Minimum GPA 3.5 with 4th subject
Application fee of Rs 250/- should be deposited through mobile banking
Application Link: http://app1.nu.edu.bd/
Govt Saadat College Honors 1st-year admission for the academic year 2021-2022
updated From 22/05/2022 till 12:00 pm on 24/05/2022, the students who did not receive the SMS of confirmation on their mobile phones even after depositing the money through Surecash were asked to contact the esteemed members of the Admission Committee by 29/05/2022.
Wazed Ali Khan Ponni, a zamindar of Kortia in Tangail, established the Sa’dat College in his native village in 1926. He established this college in the name of his grandfather Sa’dat Ali Khan, which is the first college built by a Muslim zamindar in undivided Bengal. So it became famous as ‘Aligarh of Bengal’. The founding principle of this college was Ibrahim Khan. He served as principal for 21 years from its inception. That is why Ibrahim Khan became known as ‘Principal Ibrahim Khan’ all over the country. It was in his hands that the college developed.
The college is located 10 km south of Tangail town along the Dhaka-Tangail road. Within 12 years of its establishment, the graduate class was started. The foundation stone of the present main building of the college was laid by Sher-e-Bangla AK Fazlul Haque. Established in 1939, the main activities of the college are still going on in this building. After Ibrahim Khan, many other talented academicians have served as the principal. One of them is renowned folk researcher Tofail Ahmed. In the 1960s, he started a bachelor’s honors course in this college. Later in 1974, the postgraduate course was started.
The college was nationalized in 1979. At present, the college teaches undergraduate honours in 18 departments and post-graduate classes in 15 departments. In addition, there are graduate (pass) courses. In 1996, higher secondary classes were abolished from this college. Today, the number of students in the college is about 20,000.