Primary School Admission Circular 2021
Primary School Admission Circular 2021 is Published at gsa.teletalk.com.bd Held on December First Week. Most Of The Time Govt Admission Circular Run After The Final Exam Result. This blog contains instructions on the basic principles of co-operation in the Govt school admission system, along with all information about admission notices to all the government primary and secondary schools across the country, including Dhaka.
Govt Primary School Admission Notice
According to the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, there is 108515 number of school in Bangladesh and they have got almost 19552979 Students here. If our sources are not wrong there are 50.7% of students are girls.
Every year a huge number of students are starting admitted to those school but most of the primary schools don’t have their own online Admission Process. They admit the students Locally or last year’s students’ performance. That’s why we collected locally much we can gather information about Primary School Admission.
|Application Start||30th November|
|Application End||21st December|
|Class One Lottery Result||24th December|
|Admission Test||18, 19 & 20th December|
[Note: The date can be flexible for any kind of issue.]
Primary Admission Process 2021
For admission test students have to prepare for their previous year’s book. Mark distribution of admission Test will be
There are no passing marks. the process will be going to be top strategy. If you don’t understand let me tell you details. Say class 3 has got 21 sits. Examinee number 56. In the test result, only he or she will be got their sit who are in Top 21.
Primary Admission Form Fee 2021
Govt has decided to get some money for admission test of primary but you have to pay – 170tk To fill Admission From maybe class division it can be changed.
About Primary Admission
Education in Bangladesh is overseen by Bangladesh’s Ministry of Education. Ministry of Primary and Mass Education is responsible for implementing policy for primary education and state-funded schools at a local level. In Bangladesh, all citizens must undertake twelve years of compulsory education which consists of eight years at primary school level and six years at the high school level. Primary and secondary education is financed by the state and free of charge in public schools.