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Thursday, 28 February 2008

PSC report submitted

UNB, Dhaka

The Public Service Commission has adopted new guidelines and principles for nominating examiners, questioners and moderators to ensure neutrality and transparency in the government-job examination taken by the PSC.

Besides, renowned professionals, including journalists, bankers, and doctors from public and private sectors have also been involved in the process of taking examinations and activities of the PSC.

The PSC chairman, Sadat Hussain, apprised the president, Iajuddin Ahmed, of the measures while handing over the Annual Report of Bangladesh Public Service Commission for year 2007 to the president at Bangabhaban on Tuesday.

Eight members of the commission and its secretary were present during submission of the report.

Sadat said PSC had already recommended appointing 71 officers who qualified at the 23rd BCS examinations held six years back.

A total of 464 persons who qualified at different examinations under the PSC have also been recommended for appointment.

They are out of a total of 213,627 candidates who had appeared at those exams.

The PSC chairman also apprised the president of different activities of the PSC and its ongoing reform programme to make the commission 'more efficient, transparent and accountable'.

He also informed the president about a high-level study financed by the World Bank on quota system in the BSC examinations and its different recommendations to make it 'more rationalised'.

The president expressed his satisfaction at the present activities and ongoing reform at the PSC.

He asked the chairman and members of the PSC to keep the commission 'above all controversy and ensure holding BCS examinations regularly in the process of appointing public officials'.

The military secretary to the president, Major General Mohd Aminul Karim, secretary Md Sirajul Islam and the press secretary, Abdul Awal Howlader, were also present.

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