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PM Hasina reaches Rajshahi


MNA National Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reached Rajshahi today (Wednesday). According to her tour schedule, the premier is inspecting the march-past of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) and took their salute at Bangladesh Police Academy (BPA) in Sardah of Rajshahi. Abdus Sobhan, Superintendent of Police of BPA, confirmed this information on Tuesday, reported new sagency. He said the Prime Minister will deliver her directional speech before the probationary police officers of 35th BCS batch. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal, Inspector General of Police Dr Jabed Patwary and other high civil, military and police officials also have attended the ceremony.

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35th BCS: 160 more recommended for non-cadre posts


MNA Education Desk: Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has recommended 160 more applicants to recruit in non-cadre posts from 35th BCS. In a press release today, the commission said that the recommendation was made on the basis of educational qualification, merit and quota. 398 aspirants were also recommended for non-cadre posts in April and a total of 558 candidates were recommended for the same posts till now. Earlier on April 2, a gazette of the 35th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) was published. A total of 2,073 candidates have been appointed to different cadres from the 35th BCS. Earlier on August ...

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35th BCS final results published

35th BCS

MNA National Desk: The Public Service Commission (PSC) has published the final results of 35th BCS (Bangladesh Civil Service) examinations. It has recommended 2,158 for appointment to different cadres, Chairman Mohammad Sadiq told to media on Wednesday. Sadiq also said that results of 16 examinees have been stayed. More than 5,000 applicants have passed both written and viva tests. A total of 6,088 had passed the written test. After the PSC published the notice for the exams on Sep 23, 2014, as many as 244,107 applicants took part in the preliminary test on Mar 6 last year. However, written tests ...

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