Water Performance Ministry System analysis Jobs Post Viva Call Exam

April 28, 2014 10:01 am

All above the subject, “System Analysis” Jobs curricular post Exam qualification candidate are selected 23 parsons are call for Viva. Any cause the Viva Exam change the Bangladesh Water performance Ministry authority. Selected Candidates.Viva Exam Candidates Registry Numbers As Fellows:

000003, 000004, 000006, 000007, 000010, 000014, 000015, 000019, 000020, 000021, 000023, 000024, 000026, 000028, 000031, 000033, 000035, 000036, 000037, 000038, 000039, 000044, 000047 Total = 23 Person Selected Viva Exam Call. Viva Exam Date and Time: 06-05-2014, Thursday Morning Ship 10:00am held on exam.

Bangladesh Water performance Ministry “System Analysis” Post selected candidates are Viva Exam call 6 May, 2014 Date and time 10:00am Bangladesh Prim-minister work Commission Secretary, Auger-goy, Shara Bangla Nagor Dhaka-1207’s Held on exam.

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Water Performance Ministry System analysis Post Viva Call Exam

Qualification Candidates chart hanging the www.bpsc.gov.bd website or work Commission Notice Board will be published. Any candidate any causes advertisement Substantive cancel the candidate.

All Ready Qualification candidates’ post-card send the application address and right time any candidates as assume time submit. That Candidate every soon your Meet- card collected 04, 05 May, 2014 Time Open time office 10:00 To 4:00 and Duplicate paper collected.

The strong current of rivers can be a great source of energy. This products electricity which is very important for development of industry and electricity of the country.   Bangladesh is a land of rivers. No other country of the world has so many rivers as she has. Bangladesh is a fertile land because of rivers. Many crops, such as rice, jute, sugarcane etc. Grow abundantly in our country.

For this about inert million papules lives in this small Brahmaputer the Jamuna, the Meghna, and the Karnafully. There are many small rivers like the Dhakeshwari, the Burigana and the Shitalakhha, the Surma and the Madhumati.