Public university GST honours cluster admission primary application result (eligible list) has been published in Wednesday, 25 August at 12:00pm. All of applicants from business studies and Humanities group are eligible to submit secondary application and 1,31,000 students from science group are eligible.

Only selected candidates among the primary applications are eligible to submit secondary application and permitted to attend for written admission test.



Primary application eligible list has been announced among in 25 August 2021 and Secondary application will be started from 01 September and ended on 07 September 2021.

The eligible candidates will get confirmation SMS in their given contact mobile number with in 30 August 2021.

Cluster GST (general, science and technology university) admission application was started from 01 April and closed in 25 June 2021. Total 20 general, science and technology universities are included in the combined admission method.

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Primary application was taken without fee but eligible candidates must have to pay tk. 1,200/- as application fee to submit secondary application.



 Group  Applicants  Eligible
 Science group  1,94,841  1,31,000
 Business studies group  58,632  58,632
 Arts & Humanities group  1,07,933  1,07,933
 Total  3,61,406  2,97,565

The cluster admission authority had announced written admission test date 19, 26 June and 03 July 2021 but it had been cancelled for covid-19 infection.

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Now they are planning for best time to complete all admission process and the admission test could be taken on the first week of October 2021.



 Primary application  01 April to 25 June 2021
 Primary application eligible list  25 August 2021
 Secndary application  01-07 September 2021
 Admission test date  Pending
 Admission test result  Not fixed

GST Central Cluster Admission Result

Central cluster admission primary merit list for Humanities group (A unit), Business studies group (B unit) and Science group (C unit) will be available here.

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