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GST Review Result Published, there is no change in the result

For the first time ever, the results of the ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ units of the integrated 20 General, Science, and Technology universities admission test are taken for the session 2020-2021. The authority published the admission test result earlier in November. After that, the GST declared the result review process for those candidates who are not satisfied with their results.

As a result, the application was started on 7th November at 12:00 PM. The review result has been published through GST Admission Authority. But, there is no change in the result after completing the review process.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Digital University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Munaj Ahmed Noor said that the results of ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ units were revised and no student’s result changed.

According to the organizing committee, the university teachers have seen the answer sheets of the applicants for the review of the results. Besides, the vice-chancellors have been monitoring the matter all the time. This method has been followed to give the result of the re-scrutiny process.

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Munaj Ahmed said, “The result of the re-scrutiny has not changed of a single student. The result will not change, we have the idea. The admission results have been given through software. That’s why there was no possibility of making a mistake here. Students will be notified of the matter via SMS on their registered mobile number within this week.

Earlier, the re-scrutiny process was started on 7th November 2021. More than one and a half thousand students applied for the re-scrutiny result process and the application fee was 2000 Taka.

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