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54 students to vie for each BRUR seat

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Around 54 students will vie for each of the 1,315 seats under 21 departments in the admission test for the first year honours courses for 2018-19 academic sessions of Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR).

“A total of 70,667 admission seekers have got registered in the admission tests to be held for 21 departments under six faculties here from December 2 to 6 next,” a BRUR press release said today.

Earlier, the online registration process to take part in the admission tests for the first year (honours), B.Sc. Engineering and BBA programmes began on September 26 last and continued till midnight last night.

Of them, 18,270 students have got registered under the Faculty of Arts in Unit-A, 19,811 students under the Faculty of Social Science in Unit-B and 8,123 students have applied under the Faculty of Business Studies in Unit-C.

Besides, 8,901 students have applied under the Faculty of Science in Unit-D and 6,966 students under the Faculty of Engineering and Technology unit-E and 8,596 have applied under the Faculty of Life and Earth Science in unit F.

“Detailed information about overall admission process, including routine for admission tests and seat planning will be available on the university website at www.brur.ac.bd at proper time, the release added.

Source: New Age

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