Islamic University Admission Result 2021: IU Merit List

Islamic University Admission

Kushtia Islamic University Admission Result 2021 has been published. The IU Merit List 2020-21 is released today, 31st December 2021. Separate merit list has been published for A, B and C units. Applicants will be able to know the result from website.

Islamic University Merit List

The IU Admission Result 2020-2021 has been published. The Islamic University 1st merit list of Islamic University has been published today. Admission of students on merit list will start from 4 January 2022. Admission must be completed by 11 January 2022 from the 1st Merit List.

There are any Vacancies in any departments; the 2nd merit list has been Published on 19th January 2022. Admission will be completed from the second merit list from 19th January to 25th January.

If the seats are still vacant, the third merit list will be published on February 2, 2022. There will also be opportunities for departmental change as a result of auto migration.

The application process for special quota will start from 5th January and will continue till 12th January.

How to know the Islamic University Admission Result?

Kushtia University Admission Result 2021 can be known from website. Applicants will be able to know the Islamic University result with HSC, SSC and GST admission test roll number. Follow the instructions below to view the Islamic University Admission Merit List.

  1. Visit the admission website
  2. Enter the Result option.
  3. Select the applied unit.
  4. Write the HSC, SSC and GST Admission Test roll.
  5. Clicking on the "Search" button.

IU Merit List PDF Download

A-Unit (Science) B-Unit (Humanities) C-Unit (Business Studies)
Download A-Unit 2nd Merit List Download B-Unit 2nd Merit List Download C-Unit 2nd Merit List
Download A-Unit 1st Merit List Download B-Unit 1st Merit List Download C-Unit 1st Merit List

IU Admission Result 2021

Islamic University Admission Circular 2020-21

Islamic University Admission Circular 2021 has been published. Islamic University Kushtia issued admission notice for Engineering, Farm and other departments in the academic year 2020-21 on 22 November. According to the admission circular and prospectus, students participating in the universities integrated admission test of GST will be able to apply. Admission form has to be filled online through website. The university will admit students in a total of 32 departments in A, B and C units.

Available Seats

Unit Name

Faculty Name

Number of Seats


Faculty of Science



Faculty of Engineering and Technology



Faculty of Biology



Faculty of Arts



Faculty of Social Science



Faculty of Law



Faculty of Business Administration


Eligibility of Application

Only the students who have got the result by participating in the Universities Integrated Admission Test GST 2020-2021 can apply subject to fulfilling the mentioned conditions only.

Islamic University Application Form

If have minimum qualification, students will be able to apply from November 28, 2021 to December 12, 2021. Application form has to be filled through website. Detailed instructions for filling up the application form can be found on the Admissions website. The candidate has to pay the prescribed amount of application fee while filling up the application form.

Application Fee

When applying online, applicants have to pay the application fee through mobile banking or online banking as per the guidelines. The application fee for 11 departments of A-unit is Tk. 650, application fee for 15 departments of B-unit is Tk. 800 and application fee for 6 departments of C-unit is Tk. 400. In case of application in more than one unit, an additional Tk. 200 / - has to be paid along with the fees of the selected units.

Islamic University Admission Result

Islamic University Admission Result 2021 will be Published after the Application Deadline. IU Admission Result 2020-21 will be Published on Admission website. The merit list will be prepared by adding 2 times the GPA score obtained in the Secondary / Equivalent and Higher Secondary / Equivalent examinations with the total marks obtained by the students in the GST integrated admission test. Preference will be given to candidates with higher GPA in Higher Secondary / Equivalent examinations if more than one candidate gets the same score.


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