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XI Class Admission 2024: After the publication of the SSC and equivalent examination results, the admission process for the 11th grade is set to begin. Like before, there will be no selection or entrance exams for 11th-grade admissions this year. Students will be admitted solely based on their SSC and equivalent examination results. Online admission applications will start from May 26. This process will continue until June 11. Applications will be accepted in three phases this time. The maximum admission fee for colleges has been determined.

XI Class Admission 2024

Online Application :

According to the 11th-grade admission policy published by the Ministry of Education, the admission process for the 11th grade will take place on the designated website (www.xiclassadmission.gov.bd) this year. Students will not be able to apply for admission through any means other than online. The application fee for students has been set at 150 Taka.

With the 150 Taka application fee, students must choose a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 colleges in their preferences. Based on a student's merit, quota, and preferences, they will be allocated a position for admission in only one of the colleges they applied to.

XI Class Admission 2024

Merit Quota Details:

 For 11th-grade admissions, 93% of the total available seats will be considered under the merit quota. These seats will be open to everyone. The remaining 7% will be divided as follows: 5% will be reserved for the children of freedom fighters, as in previous years. The remaining 2% will be split equally, with 1% allocated for the Ministry of Education and 1% for the children of officials and employees working under the ministry and its affiliated offices/agencies. As before, if there are no students to fill these reserved seats, they will be considered under the merit quota. If the number of applicants for the quota seats exceeds the available seats, a merit-based list will be created.

 

Eligibility for Admission and Group Selection:

 Students who have passed the SSC or equivalent examinations under any education board in the country or the Bangladesh Open University in the last three years will be considered eligible for online admission to any college or equivalent institution, subject to other provisions of the policy. Additionally, students who passed in previous years, including those from the Open University, can apply manually to the board for admission.

Students who have passed equivalent examinations from any foreign board or similar institution will be considered eligible for admission after the Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board evaluates and recognizes their certificates.

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Students who passed from the Science group can apply to any of the Science, Humanities, or Business Studies groups. Students who passed from the Humanities group can apply to either the Humanities or Business Studies groups. Students who passed from the Business Studies group can apply to either the Business Studies or Humanities groups.

Furthermore, students from any group (Science, Humanities, or Business Studies) can apply to any of the Islamic Education, Home Science, or Music groups. Students who passed from the Science group under the Madrasa Education Board can apply to any of the Science, Humanities, or Business Studies groups. Students who passed from the General and Mujabbid Mahir groups can apply to any group except the Science group.

Students who passed the SSC (Vocational) and Dakhil (Vocational) examinations under the Technical Education Board can apply for admission to any group under the General Education Board.

 

Application for Admission, Result Publication, Enrollment, and Class Commencement:

 Each year, the relevant authorities or boards will submit a proposal to the controlling ministry or department regarding the schedule for admission applications, result publication, enrollment, and the commencement of classes. They will seek approval for this schedule and issue it as a notification annually.

 

Changing College or Equivalent Institution:

 No transfer certificate (TC) can be issued to any student admitted to the 11th grade without prior approval from the relevant education board. Similarly, no student can be admitted to a new institution based on a TC issued by another institution without prior approval from the board. When admitting a student through a TC, the authorities of the college or equivalent institution must submit the necessary documents, including the registration fee, to the relevant education board within 15 days of admission.

 

Admission Fees :

The maximum admission fee for the 11th grade has been set at 8,500 Taka for non-MPO (Monthly Pay Order) English version colleges in the Dhaka Metropolitan area. Non-MPO Bengali version colleges in Dhaka Metropolitan can charge a maximum admission fee of 7,500 Taka.

For non-MPO Bengali version colleges in other metropolitan areas outside Dhaka, the maximum admission fee is 5,000 Taka, while for non-MPO English version colleges, it is 6,000 Taka. At the district level, non-MPO Bengali version colleges can charge up to 3,000 Taka, and non-MPO English version colleges can charge up to 4,000 Taka. At the upazila level, non-MPO Bengali version colleges can charge up to 2,500 Taka, and non-MPO English version colleges can charge up to 3,000 Taka.

Meanwhile, MPO-listed colleges in the Dhaka Metropolitan area can charge a maximum admission fee of 5,000 Taka for both Bengali and English versions. In other metropolitan areas outside Dhaka, MPO-listed Bengali version colleges and MPO-listed English version colleges can charge up to 3,000 Taka. At the district level, MPO-listed Bengali and English version colleges can charge up to 2,000 Taka. At the upazila level, MPO-listed Bengali version colleges can charge up to 1,500 Taka, and MPO-listed English version colleges can also charge up to 1,500 Taka.

Admission to the 11th grade does not involve any selection exams except for a few institutions like Notre Dame College in Dhaka. Students are admitted based on their SSC and equivalent examination results. A student's placement in a college is determined based on merit, quota (if applicable), and preferences among the colleges they applied to.

The SSC and equivalent examination results were published last Sunday. A total of 2,013,597 students appeared for the exams across 11 education boards, with 1,672,153 students passing. There are approximately 2.5 million available seats for 11th-grade admissions across the country.

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