4,766 students are not among those selected for colleges

4,766 students are not among those selected for colleges

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Dhaka, July 18 – At least 4,766 students who applied for college admission in the fourth phase through online application have not been selected for any colleges. Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee sources said a total of 1,41,221 students applied for college admission and 1,36,455 students have been selected when the result was published on Tuesday night.
Sources said the no decision has been taken about the students who have not been selected for any college. Among these students, there are applicants who passed the secondary school certificate (SSC) examinations with GPA-5.
A decision may come about the students who could not avail the admission after the completion of the total admission process on 26.
The students who did not apply for college admission in the third phase were given the last chance for admission considering their careers. The fourth phase of the application process started on 10 July and ended on 15 July. Later the result was published at 8 pm on Tuesday.
The students who have been selected for college admission will now confirm their selection of colleges where they have got chances. If the students don’t confirm their selected colleges through SMS of mobile phones with a fee, their applications will be cancelled.
After the selection, the students will get three days for college admission starting from 21 July.
After the admission, the authorities of the colleges will inform the respective education boards on 25-26 July about how many students have taken admission to their educational institutions.
“It’s a matter of sorrow that these students have not been selected. If the number of vacant seats of a college is limited and more students apply for the seats, the software will only select the students as per the vacant seats and the rest will be dropped,” college inspector of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dhaka, Prof. Harun Or Rashid yesterday.
He said there are many vacant seats in the colleges and students will get the opportunity for admission but it will be decided later.
“Even many students who have been selected for college will not confirm their colleges because their selected colleges are out of their choice. As a result, the number of students who will be out of admission will increase,” he added.
He said the ministry will decide whether these students will get another chance for further admission or not.
Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee sources said over 3.50 lakh students out of the total passed students in SSC and equivalent examinations did not come under the process of admission.
This year 14,93,187 students passed SSC and equivalent examinations under ten education boards. Of them, 11,32,525 students confirmed their admission so far in the first admission which ended on June 30. – Staff Reporter

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