GST Admission Circular 2022 – GST Admission ac bd Notice

GST Admission Circular 2022:  Combined University Admission Preliminary Application has started from 1st April and will continue till 15th April 2022. A total of 20 universities have agreed to consolidate the admission process and this year  GST has agreed to publish a comprehensive admission circular to 20 universities. This is due to the current coronavirus situation across the country. Let’s take a closer look at the GST integrated admission system to know all its benefits. GST means general science technology which is integrated with all university admission systems 2021-22.

So, we provide you gst admission Circular 2022 and detailed instructions in this post. We will try to give you a complete overview of the admission process of GST universities here so that the potential candidates can find all the details like admission Circular, eligibility, how to apply, mark distribution, etc. in one place. And without any arrears, let’s get started.

GST Admission Circular 2022

According to the meeting of the Vice-Chancellors of the universities interested in the GST admission system, the Circular of Integrated System Admission will be published along with the HSC results of 2022.

Also, this system was subject to the publication of HSC results as students would need a certain GPA in SSC and HSC to apply for admission. However, with the recent release of HSC results, the GST admission Circular will be published soon. You will get the following highlights when GST Admission  Notice is published.

  • Application start date: 1st April 2022
  • Application deadline: 15th April 2022
  • Fee: Will be published soon
  • Exam Schedule and Venue: Will be published soon

How to take GST Admission Test?

Of the 19 universities mentioned earlier, 7 include agricultural universities which are already taking the combined admission test from the previous session. In the GST system, universities will be divided into three main sections and you should expect to see the following sections in the GST Admission Circular.

  • General Public University, University of Science and Technology
  • University of Engineering
  • Agricultural University

GST Admission 2021-22 System

A total of five examinations will be held in GST admission system. Of these, three are for general public universities and universities of science and technology (science, humanities and business studies), one for engineering and one for agricultural universities. This will reduce the hassle of students and parents to travel across the country to sit for all the admission tests.

Examinations will be conducted on the basis of the HSC syllabus and ICT will be a common subject for each group. Candidates will have to answer 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on various subjects where some subjects will be compulsory and some subjects will be optional.

Eligible students will be placed on the merit list after evaluation. Once the results are published, the universities may individually determine the minimum number required for admission and this may vary from one university to another.

Those who have passed HSC in 2022 or 2022 can apply for GST admission but it will be up to the universities to decide whether they will consider eligible candidates who have passed HSC in 2022 which will be true in their admission Circular.

Also, universities will decide individually how much GPA they are going to take from SSC and HSC exams. A required minimum GPA has been declared eligible for the GST Admission Test which we will discuss in the next section.

A minimum GPA is required to apply

This year the process has identified the eligibility barrier for the GST admission system for all universities. They will need a certain minimum GPA to apply for admission. For your convenience, we’ve listed below the minimum GPA required for different groups.

  • For science group students, a minimum GPA of 7.00 is required in SSC and HSC.
  • Students in the Business Studies group require a minimum GPA of 6.50 in SSC and HSC.
  • For students in the humanities group, a minimum GPA of 6.00 is required in SSC and HSC.
  • Candidates in each group must have a GPA of less than 3.00 in these two exams otherwise they will not be eligible for admission.

How to apply online?

Since separate admissions notifications from universities are not yet live, the application process is still quite murky. But we assume that the process will be almost the same for all universities. So, here is a quick overview of the application process that you need to follow.

Read the actual GST admission notice for more details or keep an eye here as we will keep updating any latest information.

  • Visit the university website or any individual website for the GST admission procedure mentioned in the notification.
  • Click Application to start the process.
  • Fill in all required information like roll number / regi number, name of SSC and HSC board, year of examination, etc.
  • If everything is OK, click the Submit button.

Admit Card and other details regarding admission results will be updated here as soon as possible.

Distribution of GST Admission Test Mark

It is very important to know the mark distribution of the GST Admission Test as it will help the candidates to prepare according to their group and personal strength. There will be a complete split of the mark distribution in the GST admission test.

Science Group

Science group candidates have to answer four compulsory subjects, the numbers of which are as follows.

  • Bengali – 10
  • English – 10
  • Physics – 20
  • Chemistry – 20

There will be three more optional subjects from which candidates will have to answer at least two subjects. Mark distribution of optional subjects is as follows.

  • Biology – 20
  • Mathematics – 20
  • ICT – 20

Business Studies Group

Mark distribution is quite easy for the Business Studies group and candidates have to answer four compulsory questions here. They are:

  • Accounting – 25
  • Business Management – 25
  • Language (Bangla + English) – 25 (13 + 12)
  • ICT – 25

Humanitarian group

Things are much easier for the human group with just three mandatory issues here.

  • Bengali – 40
  • English – 35
  • ICT – 25

The final verdict

It was about the GST Admission 2021-22 system and we hope you got everything you needed to prepare you for war. We will publish future updates regarding GST admissions so be sure to follow us.

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