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Friday, 18 January 2008

Staff Correspondent

The admission tests to the 24 government schools in the capital for 2008 academic year began Wednesday.

The tests for admission to the Group-A schools were held on the day while for the Group-B and Group-C schools are scheduled to be held on January 18 and January 21 respectively.

The schools are divided into the three groups on the basis of their geographical location and the quality of education in part.

The admission seekers need to take a 100-mark written examination for the admission.

The results will be published within a week of the admission tests. The admission test to the 24 schools in the capital is being controlled centrally by the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education since 2001.

The Group-A schools are Government Laboratory High School, Mirpur Government High School, Motijheel Government Girls' High School, Khilgaon Government High School, Nawabpur Government High School, New Government Girls' High School, Islamia Government High School and Mohammadpur Government High School.

The Group-B schools are Motijheel Government Boys' High School, Narinda Government High School, Government Muslim High School, Banglabazar Government Girls' High School, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar Government Boys' School, Government Bigyan College Adjacent High School, Tejgaon, Dhanmondi Government Girls' High School and Dhanmondi Quamrunnessa Government Girls' High School.

The Group-C schools are Armanitola Government High School, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar Government Girls' High School, Dhaka Collegiate School, Ganabhaban Government High School, Tikatuli Quamrunnessa Government Girls' School, Tejgaon Government Girls' High School, Tejgaon Government High School and the Dhanmondi Government Boys' High School.

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