5.1 Entry Test
5.1.1 Registration/Admission Requirement
(1) Graduate Students : has
passed bachelor degree from any recognized university having at least 6 (six)
points on the basis of past academic results as per calculation shown below :
Name of Examination Division/Class
Ist 2nd 3rd
SSC/SSC Equivalent * 3 2 1
HSC/HSC Equivalent * 3 2 1
B.B.A (Hons., Pass or equivalent) 3 2 1
Master Degree/MBA * 3 2 1
* Points for SSC/HSC Equivalent
will be as follows:
3.5 to 5 =
2.5 to below 3.5 =
3) C.G.P.A. below 2.5 =
* Points for BBA/MBA will be as
3 to 4 =
2 to below 3 =
below 2 =
5.1.2 A candidate seeking registration as a
student of the Institute shall be required to qualify an entry test designed to
assess the general intelligence, knowledge of English and Arithmetic skills of
5.1.3 Entry Test Rules
The basic qualification required for
appearing in the Entry Test is graduate (B.Com., B.Sc., B.A.).
In case a candidate has appeared in
the Final Examination of B.Com., B.Sc., or B.A. pass and honours course and is
waiting for the declaration of results, he/she will be allowed to take the
In case the candidate passes the
Entry Test, registration will be granted only when he/she clears the degree
In case the candidate fails in the
degree examination, his or her candidature shall be cancelled and he or she
will not be allowed registration as a student of the Institute.
The candidates having B. Com.
(Honours), M. Com. from any Department, 4 year BBA with second division/class
or CGPA at least 3.00, Graduation (pass) degree with 1st division, MBA, C.A.,
or Ph.D. degree will be exempted from Entry Test.
Students may also get themselves
enrolled in the Correspondence Course provided they have at least 6 points
calculated on the basis as stated in para 6.1.1.
seeking admission into CMA course will have to collect prescribed admission
Application Form available at all centres by paying prescribed fee and to be
submitted together with necessary certificates and photograph duly attested by
The Entry Test shall be held on the
dates announced by the Institute.
The candidates shall be required to
prepare themselves for the Entry Test on their own.
The candidates who do not qualify
the Entry Test will be allowed to appear at the next Entry Test on payment of
the prescribed Entry Test fee.
The successful result of any Entry
Test will be valid only for admission in the same session of the Institute.
Admission to the Foundation Course
can be taken after passing the Entry Test for any session i.e., January-June or
Forms for Registration, Enrollment
and Exemption are available at all centres. Candidates are advised to obtain
the required forms. While filling in these forms candidates must make sure that
all the information required has been provided. Cross (X) the items which are
In the enrollment form, specifically
state whether you want to be enrolled for the Coaching Course or the
Correspondence Course (in case of coaching, state whether for Day or Evening
The students from overseas can take
admission in the Foundation Course, without passing Entry Test. They are required
to enroll themselves in Correspondence Course and complete 100% assignments of
each subject of Foundation Course in order to become eligible to appear in the
Students should fill in the
Exemption Form in case they want to apply for exemption.
Students of Professional Courses who
are interested to enroll themselves in both correspondence and coaching course
for different levels are advised to fill in two different forms, one for
correspondence and the other for Coaching Course.
5.2.2 Documents to be attached
Photostat copies of educational
certificates and mark sheets from secondary school to graduation and
2 (two) passport and 2 (two) stamp
size latest photographs.
Copies of detailed grades sheet of
required examination and the syllabus of the respective subject in case
exemption is sought.
Students are required to produce the
original documents to the office of the Institute for attestation of copies
There is Correspondence Course
facilities only in Dhaka. The students from
the towns other than Dhaka should send to Head
Office (Dhaka) the prescribed forms along with
copies of documents duly attested by gazetted officer.
The overseas students should send
the copies of required documents attested by the Bangladesh Embassy. In
addition to above they should provide copies of passport and Visa.
Identity cards are issued to every
student on his enrollment for which he must submit two stamp size photograph
and pay requisite fee to the Institute. The card must be carried by the student
at all time and shown daily at the time of the examination or whenever
The students will take up enrollment
under the syllabus in Foundation Level which is of six months duration. But the
student getting exemption in some subjects or all subjects of Foundation Course
will be allowed to take admission simultaneously into Foundation Course and
Professional Level-I. Students are also allowed to take admission in two levels
at a time but to avail of this opportunity he must go in sequence i.e., he will
not be allowed to take admission in Professional Level-II without passing all
subjects of Foundation Level in full and so on.
5.2.3 Your Inquires
For all educational mattes relating
to Coaching or Correspondence Course, contact nearest Branches or Coaching
Centres or Education Department, ICMAB, Dhaka.
For Exemption and Examination
matters, write to Head of Department, Education and Examination, ICMAB Dhaka
Always quote your registration
number and class roll number/correspondence course number with your full
address whenever you write to the Institute, otherwise it may cause delay in
replying to your queries.
Make sure that you have received the
Institute’s Identity Card and Correspondence Course materials, if you are a
Correspondence Course student. Students not receiving the above listed items
within 15 days of their registration/enrollment are advised to contact the
Education Department, ICMAB Head Office, Dhaka.