How to apply for admission?
Students seeking admission can collect Admission Form from admission office paying Tk.500 OR download it from the website following the link given bellow and can submit the same either online or directly to admission office.
• Visit admission office and fill up the application form, then submit the form with 2 passport size color photographs.
• Go to NPIUB Website , go to admission, go Online Admission
• Fill- up the Admission Form
• Before submit the online form, pay admission fee
• Submit the form online.
NPIUB admits students every semester. Admission schedule of the semester showing deadlines for admission form submission, admission test, admission fee payment, registration, withdrawal, class commencement etc. is available on the website of the University. The admission schedule may also be known from the Admission Office and from frequent admission announcements published by the University in the leading newspapers. The students seeking admission should visit web site of NPIUB or contact the Admission Office for admission form and further information.
Admission for Spring Semester 2018
Last date of Application : "will be published later..."
Admission Test : "will be published later..."
* Students who have GPA 5 in each of SSC & HSC or equivalent examination will be exempted from the admission test.
Admission Office :
The Admission Office is located at the following addresses :
NPI University of Bangladesh, Trusty Board Office
182/1 East Tejturi Bazar (In front of Govt.Biggan College)
Tel: 9145246, 9143488, Fax : 88-02-855030
Cell: 01711-240266, 01911-316010
NPI University of Bangladesh, Manikgonj Office
Cell: 01711-240266, 01911-316010
Individuals who are not citizens or permanent residents of Bangladesh are defined as international applicants. International applicants seeking admission into NPIUB must meet the same academic standards as those required for Bangladeshi students. There are wide variations, however, among educational systems throughout the world that make an exact comparison of educational standards difficult. International applicants who cannot sit for admission test are selected on the basis of their prior academic results, English proficiency, probability of success in the chosen curriculum as evidenced by prior work in the academic area involved, and certification of adequate financial resources.
Transfer students are expected to have at least a 2.50 CGPA on a 4-point scale at the University level programs to be considered for admission to NPIUB. They have to sit for and pass the Admission Test unless waived by NPIUB Authority.
Catalogs and official transcripts from previously attended Universities must be furnished with the application for admission. If needed, transcripts may have to be sent directly to the NPIUB Registrar's Office from each institution attended. An undergraduate student may transfer (through grade transfer or course exemption or a combination of both) a maximum of 35 percent of the total credit hours required for the degree in question at NPIUB. In exceptional cases, the Equivalence Committee may, on recommendation of concerned Dean, consider extending the credits up to 40 percent. Courses with C+ grades as per NPIUB standard may be considered for transfer or exemption. For the purpose of transferring credits, the Equivalence Committee of the University determines equivalence of courses and grades for each transfer student. The curriculum, evaluation system and grading standard of the university from which the student is transferring must be comparable to those of NPIUB which reserves the right to make final decision on transfer.
Students who have appeared at the last required examination for admission may apply for provisional admission. Every student must submit the required certificates and other documents at the time of admission. Applicants seeking admission who are not able to produce one or more documents at the time of admission may be admitted provisionally. All provisionally admitted students are required to submit appropriate documents within a given deadline as a prerequisite for continued enrollment.
A student of another university or equivalent educational institution may register in courses as non-degree student on payment of requisite fees for such students. The total number of courses s/he may register in shall not exceed 50 percent of the courses required for the degree.
Course Waiver/Exemption for Graduate Students
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Card A new student receives, upon admission, an identification (ID) card with a unique number. This card is used for entering and staying in the campus, attending classes, using the library, internet and computer services, etc. The students must take good care of the ID and must report of its loss, if any, to the Registrar’s Office immediately so that the card can be cancelled to prevent its misuse. The Registrar’s Office will issue a duplicate ID Card upon application and payment of fees by the student. A student is liable to pay for any loss incurred by the University for the missing the card.
All new students must participate in the orientation program at the beginning of the semester. Students are encouraged to bring along their parents / guardians to the orientation ceremony. The orientation program acquaints the students with the academic system of the University, academic rules, educational opportunities, facilities and services available at the University.