Jagannath University 2016-17 Admission Result


University of Jagannath has proudly announced the notice of Jagannath University 2016-17 Admission Result.

Jagannath University 2016-17 Admission Result

The authority will publish Jagannath University 2016-17 Admission Result in due time. Admission exam date is already published. Rajshahi University Admission for the academic session 2016-17 will be started from 23rd September 2016. Admission test of Rajshahi University will continue up to 28th October 2016.


বি’ ইউনিটের মানবিক শাখার রেজাল্ট দেখতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন

‘বি’ ইউনিটের বিজ্ঞান শাখার রেজাল্ট দেখতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন

‘বি’ ইউনিটের বাণিজ্য ও অন্যান্য শাখার রেজাল্ট দেখতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন

‘ই’ ইউনিটের রেজাল্ট দেখতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন



Jagannath University 2016-17 Admission Result


Download the Jagannath University 2016-17 Admission Notice


Important Information of Jagannath University Admission 2016-17:

Online Application Starting Date: 25th August 2016

Online Application Close Date: 10th September 2016

Admit Card Download: 16th September 2016 till 23rd October 2016

JNU Admission Test Will Start From: 24th September 2016

JNU Admission Test Will End on: 28th October 2016

Faculties & Corresponding Units of Rajshahi University:

Faculty of Arts, Law & IER: Unit B

The Faculty of Business Studies: Unit C

Faculty of Social Science: Unit D

Faculty of Music, Arts & Drama: Unit E

The Faculty of Science and Life & Earth Science: Unit A


Jagannath College opened honours and masters programmes in 1975. That year the government once again took over the college and upgraded it into a postgraduate college. In 1982, the college closed its programmes of intermediate level.The college introduced evening shifts in 1992.The college was transformed into the Jagannath University in 2005. At present the University has 31 departments under 6 faculties.

The faculties are Science, Arts, Business Studies, Social Science, Law and Fine Arts. Now 460 teachers are engaged in providing quality education of around 24,000 students on diversified areas. The teachers and students of the college took active part in the Language Movement of the early 1950s, the mass movements of the 1960s and the War of Liberation of the country in 1971. The college produced tens of thousands graduates.

Many of them have become famous at home and abroad. Noted among the alumni of the college are sufi motahar hosen (poet), Abdul Hamid (sports organiser and sports journalist), Bhabatosh Dutta (economist), Premendra Mitra (writer and poet), AR Yusuf (Bar-at-Law, State Minister of Bangladesh in early 1980s), A KMA Rouf (artist), Anisuzzaman (educationist, researcher), and Brozen Das (swimmer, the first Indian to swim across English Channel). For more information on this visit JNU Website.