Class: Honours 1st Year
Date: 28 Jul, 2019
Jagannath University Admission Circular and Guideline 2019-20
Jagannath University Admission Circular 2019 -2020 has been announced.
Jagannath University academic year of 2019-20 online admission process for the Honors first-year admission test begins on 01 August 2019 and application end time will be on 20 August 2019. Application test will be held on Unit-1 for Science 21 September 2019, Unit-2 for Humanities 20 September 2019, and Unit-3 for Business Studies 14 September 2019.
Important dates for the admission process of Jagannath University 2018-19:
Start the Application: 01/08/2019
Application Deadline: 20/08/2019
– Unit-1: Science 21/09/2019
– Unit-2: Humanities 20/09/2019
– Unit-3: Business Studies 14/09/2019.
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Total number of seats in Different Section 2019-20
– Science section-825
– Humanities section- 1270
– Business Studies section- 520
– Specialized section- 150
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Jagannath University academic year of 2019-20, Candidate will have to apply for the honors first-year admission test for online or through http://admissionjnu.info. This year will be able to enroll in Total 2,765 students.
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Jagannath University Admission Circular 2018-19
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Jagannath University Admission Guideline 2018-19
Jagannath University History
The university has a history that started in 1858 when Dhaka Brahma School was founded by Dinanath Sen, Prabhaticharan Roy, Anathbandhu Mallik, and Brajasundar Kaitra. The name Jagannath School was given by Kishorilal Chowdhury, the Zamindar of Baliati in Manikganj, who took over the school in 1872 and renamed it after his father.
In 1884, it was raised to a second-grade college. Law was one of the first courses introduced. A common management committee administered the school and college until 1887 when the school section was separated to form the independent Kishore Jubilee School. It is now known as K L Jubilee School. The administration of the college was transferred to a board of trustees in 1907. In the following year, it became a first-grade college.
The college started with 48 students. In five years, the roll raised to 396. In 1910, Raja Manmath Roy Chowdhury, the zamindar of Santosh, Tangail, affiliated the Pramath-Manmath College of Tangail with Jagannath College. With the establishment of the University of Dhaka in 1921, it stopped admission to degree courses and was renamed Jagannath Intermediate College. This status was changed after 28 years in 1949 when it reopened degree classes. The college was taken over by the government in 1968.
Jagannath College opened honours and masters programs in 1975. That year the government once again took over and upgraded it into a postgraduate college. In 1982, the college closed its programmes at the intermediate level. It introduced evening shifts in 1992.
It was transformed into Jagannath University in 2005 by passing a bill named Jagannath University Act-2005 in the national parliament.