The Honours and Masters exam will be for 100 marks instead of 80 marks. The Honours Master’s Examination number was changed. The Academic Council of the University has canceled the attendance and inclusion numbers of the affiliated colleges of the National University from next year. The score was 20 for the Honors and Masters exams. As a result, from the next academic year, the Honors and Masters courses will be 100 marks instead of 80 in the exam.
The decision was made at the 91st meeting of the Academic Council on Saturday 08/02/2020 at the University Campus Senate Hall. Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. The meeting was chaired by Aaron-Or-Rashid, 33 members of the Academic Council.
Meanwhile, the meeting decided to start an MPhil-PhD course on the subject of research on ‘Political thought, social thinking and ideology of Bangabandhu’. Apart from this, MPhil Leading to PhD Regulation 2019 and Syllabus was approved by the Liberation War, Bangabandhu-Bangladesh Research Institute.
It has been decided not to attend the Honors-Masters Examination in the affiliated colleges of the National University and not to have the prescribed number 20 in the Incourse Test. This will result in the examination of 100 ‘instead of 80’ in the next academic year.
In addition, the existing rules regarding the college governing council have been amended at the meeting of the Academic Council. The amendments have included the provision of forming a 3-member Election Commission to conduct the selection of the governing body. The meeting also approved the granting of PhD degrees to two MPhil and one.
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