The GST Admission Circular 2020-21 has recently been published. GST stands for General Science and Technology. 20 universities have agreed to take an integrated admission test based on the GST University Admission Circular. This decision was taken by the vice chancellors of the universities during the last meeting that took place at Jagannath University.
Only qualified students may apply to take the admission test according to the GST Admission Circular 2021. If you are here, that must mean that you are looking for the circular. We will tell you how to find it shortly.
GST Admission Circular 2020-21
You can find all the details of the circular at https://gstadmissionbd.com. The GST University Admission Circular is available on our website. To download the GST University Admission Circular, click on the link shown right here.
Details of GST Admission Circular 2020-21
Based on what we know from the GST University Admission Circular, we can give you the following details. Firstly, the GST Admission Exam will take place for all students on the same date and time. The GST Admission Exam will be taken in two steps which are Initial Selection and final MCQ Type Exam.
- Application Start date: 1 April, 2021
- Application Ended Date: 15 April, 2021
- Application Fee: 500 BDT
GST Admission Notice 2020-21
GST Admission Notice 2020-21 PDF
20 different universities will take part in the GST University Admission test. This will be an integrated test. The universities that will take part in the exam are shown below in Alphabetical Order:
|Bangabandhu University of Science and Technology||Kazi Nazrul University|
|Bangabandhu Digital University||Khulna University|
|Barisal University||Mawlana Bhashani University of Science and Technology|
|Begum Rokeya University||Noakhali University of Science and Technology|
|Comilla University||Pabna University of Science and Technology|
|Fazilatunnesa Mujib University of Science and Technology||Patuakhali University of Science and Technology|
|Haji Danesh University of Science and Technology||Rabindra University|
|Islami University||Rangamati University of Science and Technology|
|Jagannath University||Shahjalal University of Science and Technology|
|Jessore University of Science and Technology||Sheikh Hasina University|
What are the Minimum Requirements?
A minimum GPA of 7.00 in total in the SSC and HSC exams is expected for Science Students. A minimum GPA of 6.5 in total in SSC and HSC is expected for Business Studies students. A minimum GPA of 6.00 in all in SSC and HSC is expected for Humanities Students. In any of these two tests, applicants for each category shall not have less than a GPA of 3.00; otherwise, they are not admissible.
How to Apply Online?
The application process will take place online according to the GST University Admission Circular. To apply online for the exam, follow the instructions given below.
- Go to the website of the university mentioned in the circular for the GST admission application.
- To begin the procedure, click Start.
- Fill in any details you may need including Roll No./Reg No., SSC and HSC board name, test year, etc.
- Press the Submit button to complete the application procedure.
You may also refer to the GST Admission Circular 2020-21 for detailed instructions or any queries you may have. The circular should have all the details you need. You have to pay the processing fee within 72 hours after you have submitted the online application, otherwise, your application is invalid. A pre-paid mobile number is required to pay the charge.
GST University Admission will likely be very competitive. Only the best and the brightest will be able to obtain admission into their desired universities. So, we wish you all the best if you or someone you know is taking the exam according to the GST Admission Circular 2020-21. We hope you use the time you have left to prepare well.