Class XI Colleges & Madrasa Admission 2022. Admission to class XI in colleges and madrasas in the academic year 2021-22 will begin in January next year. This time too, applications and merit lists for online admissions will be released. The ssc-equivalent exam results may be released by the end of December. This will be followed by class XI admission sussion. The draft policy for admission to XI has already been prepared. It is said to be sent to the education ministry next week.
The draft policy shows that this year other quotas have been cancelled by upholding freedom fighters, expatriates and BKSP quotas for admission to Class XI. It is proposed to apply online only for admission. It has been proposed to fix the admission assurance fee at Rs 135 as of last year. That is, if a name comes in the final list, a student will have to pay this amount. The draft policy was prepared at a meeting of college inspectors of all education boards in the country this week.
The policy shows that this time too, a minimum of five colleges and a maximum of 10 colleges or madrasas have been allowed to apply online. Tk. 150 will be charged for this purpose. However, admission cannot be applied for by SMS through mobile phone.
Apart from 100% merit quota, 5 per cent of the educational institutions have been retained as special quota, 5 per cent as freedom fighters, BKSP 0.5 and expatriates 0.5 per cent. This time the quota of divisional and district headquarters, subordinate offices of the Ministry of Education has been cancelled for admission to XI.
This year, the admission fee for class XI in private educational institutions in Dhaka Metropolitan Area has been fixed at Rs. 5,000. In addition, 9,000 english medium admission fees will be fixed for bengali admission sansthans in Dhaka, partly MPO and non-MPO institutions. However, the development fee cannot be exceeded by Rs. 3,000, which applies to all institutions. Instructions have been issued to issue receipts for collection of money in each sector.
The admission fee for Mofusbal and municipal areas has been fixed at Rs 1,000 and at the municipal district headquarters at Rs 2,000. The draft also mentions that more than 3,000 rupees cannot be charged in metropolitan areas other than Dhaka.
According to the policy, online admission applications for the first phase of Class XI have been proposed to start between January 8 and 15. Applications will be taken to students in three phases after a week. The results will be published on each education board website after the online application. With this, SMS will be sent to the mobile number provided by the selected applicant. You will be given the opportunity to go online or directly to college and guarantee admission.
Asked about the class XI admission policy, Dhaka Education Board Chairman Professor Nehal Ahmed told Jago News that there is no major change in the admission policy in Class XI this year. Online applications in the light of the previous year and the list of selected in the same manner will be published. Class XI admission activities will be conducted in collaboration with Buet. It does not allow any fake appeals and frauds.
He said the draft policy has fixed the admission guarantee fee at Rs 135 including proposing to lift various quotas. Registration fee has to be paid through mobile banking. The policy in this regard will be sent to the Ministry of Education next week. The admission application will be started with a notification later if it is approved by the ministry.