Government colleges affiliated to the university from the capital is 7.
The Prime Minister instructed the Ministry of Education to implement the government decision to insert the university colleges.
Colleges are: Dhaka College, Eden Girls’ College, Government Shaheed Suhrawardy College, Kabi Nazrul College, Begum badarunnesa Government Women’s College, Mirpur Government Bengali College and Titumir College.
These honors and master’s level of 1 lakh 67 thousand 236 thousand 149 students and 1 teacher said.
Thursday morning, the lounge adjacent to the Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr VC portfolio. AAMS Arefin Siddique presided over a meeting of officers was held at Government College 7.
In order to increase the quality of higher education under the government colleges affiliated to the university decided to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina thanked the Vice-Chancellor.
He said, according to the Prime Minister’s interest in the implementation of its goals, we’ll try our best. Now, students from colleges affiliated to the admission process, the test will be conducted from the University of Dhaka.
He said the university academic program management measures will be taken in accordance with the syllabus. The present Vice-Chancellor of the overseers urged cooperation.
The meeting was attended by Dhaka University Pro-Vice Chancellor (Academic), Professor. Nasreen Ahmad, Prof Moazzam Hossain Mollah of Dhaka College, Eden Girls’ College principal Professor Gayatri Chatterjee, Government Shaheed Suhrawardy College Principal Professor Sheikh Abdul Quddus, Kabi Nazrul Government College Principal (Acting) released Saha queen Begum badarunnesa Government Women’s College Principal (Acting) he said. Deepika Dewan, Mirpur Government Bengali College Prof Md Imam Hossain and Prof Abu Haider Ahmed Naser Titumir College, University Registrar (acting) M: enamaujjamana, Controller Md bahalula Haque Chowdhury, Director of Public Relations Department (Acting) Dr. Noor-e-Islam, assistant inspector (acting) Md Saiful Rahman and account director (acting) Mohamed Abdul Quddus Molla.