Cadet College Job Circular 2018

Cadet College Job Circular 2018 has been published. Cadet College has been published in many category job titles. Lecturer of many category total Lecturer post is thirteen 31. Interested candidate applies Cadet College Application format and sent application copy within 13th December 2018. Cadet College application fees three hundred fifty Taka only. Cadet College Job Circular 2018 application deadline 13th December 2018. This job recruiting for Comilla Cadet College and Fojderhat Cadet College. Cadet College Job Circular 2018.

Cadet College Admission test is face to three categories such as at first written test, viva voice, and medical test. Then the successful candidate will be admitted, Cadet College. This year the online application will be allowed on this website only and this will continue for a month.

Cadet College Job Summary

Job Title: See Job Advertisement

Job Description: Cadet College Job Circular this job position is experience, talented person.

Published Date: November 20, 2018

Application Deadline: December 13, 2018

Job Nature: Full-time

Job Type: Lecturer (Cadet College)

Employment Type: Permanent

Education Qualification: See Advertisement.

Job Experience: Nil.

Gender: Both (Male & Female)

Compensation and Benefit: See job Circular.

How to Apply:  Apply with full Resume to Principal, Comilla Cadet College, and Fojderhat Cadet College.

Job Location: Bangladesh Cadet College

Age Limit: 30 years as on 1st January 2019

Cadet College Job Circular 2018

Cadet College Job Circular 2018

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Cadet College Job Circular 2018

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Cadet College Job Circular 2018 application deadline 13th December 2018. www.cadetcollege.army.mil.bd job circular has been published. Cadet College Job Circular 2018.

Cadet College Job Circular 2018

Bangladesh has 12 cadet colleges including three for girls at present. Three more cadet colleges were established within a short period of time (1958-’65). After Independence, Bangladesh inherited the same system and increased the number of cadet colleges to meet up the dire necessity of the nation. Bangladesh has established 8 more cadet colleges after 1971 including three girls’ cadet colleges. The first girls’ cadet college was established in Mymensingh named Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College (MGCC) in 1983. As this institution proved its worth, two more cadet colleges were established for girls in 2006.

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