Admission Test

Eligibility for written test

  1. Candidates will be short-listed on the basis of total GPA/marks obtained in Mathematics, Physics and
    Chemistry in HSC or Equivalent Examination. In case of tie, order of priority for finding the eligible
    candidates will be: GPA/marks in Mathematics, Physics and then Chemistry.
  2. Approximately 10,000 (Ten thousand) short listed candidates against total seat capacity of 570 will be
    allowed to appear written test. These 10,000 candidates include, candidates passed in H.S.C/Equivalent
    Examination in current year (2018) and maximum 20% (not exceeding 2000) candidates passed HSC or
    equivalent in previous year (2017).
  3. All eligible candidates with GCE A’ Level or equivalent of current year and previous year (last year
    only) will be allowed to appear at the written admission test.
  4. Two separate lists (one for current year and one for last year’s candidates) will be generated for
    selection purpose to appear written admission test only.
  5. Short list of eligible candidates will be published on 10 October 2018 in the MIST website

Examination System. There will be no multiple choice type questions (MCQ); questions will be in both English and Bangla and applicants can answer in English or Bangla. The marks distribution for both units are as follows:

Ser Unit Subject Marks Remarks
1. Unit A


Mathematics 80 Total Marks: 200

Examination Duration 3.0 hours

2. Physics 60
3. Chemistry 40
4. English 20
5. Unit B


Drawing and Architecture related topics 100 Total Marks: 200 + 100

Examination Duration: (3.0 + 2.0) hours

 For Unit A only, candidates will sit for the written test of 3 hours. For Unit B (Architecture) only / both A and B (Engineering and Architecture) candidates will sit for the written test of 5 hours (3 hours+2.0 hours) with a break in between.


  1. During examination only pen, pencil, coloured pencil (for Architecture applicants), eraser, pencil sharpener can be used.
  2. Mobile phone, smart watch and programmable electronics equipment, compass and bags are not allowed in examination hall.
Last updated on Thursday, August 30, 2018