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DU ' Ka', 'Cha' units results published

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UNB, Dhaka :
The admission test results of 'Ka' Unit under Science faculty and 'Cha' unit under Fine Arts Faculty of Dhaka University for 2019-2020 session were published on Sunday with a pass rate of 13.05 and 2.50 percent respectively.
Dhaka University vice chancellor professor Md Akhtaruzzaman announced the results at the central admission office in the administrative building around 12:30pm.
A total of 11,207 students passed the examination among 85,879 admission seekers who contested for 1,795 seats under the 'Ka' unit. The examination which was held on September 20.
On the other hand, a total of 1511 passed the written exam among 13,075 and 343 passed the drawing test among 1202 against 135 seats under the 'Cha' unit. The tests were held on September 14 and 28 respectively.
The results are available on university website-www.admission.eis.du.ac.bd. It can also be collected via short message service (SMS) on any mobile operator service.
For SMS notification of the results, a candidate will have to type DU KA/CHA roll number and send it to 16321.
The students who passed will have to fill the "Subject Choice Form" on the website and submit between October 22 to November 7 for Ka unit and October 21 to 27 for Cha unit.

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