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Job: Bangladesh Railway will hire 153 people

Publish: 01:27 PM, 02 Apr, 2022


Bangladesh Railway has published a recruitment circular for the post of Booking Assistant Grade-2 in the revenue sector. 153 people will be taken in this post. Candidates from all districts will be able to apply. Interested candidates need to apply online. According to the notification, to apply for the post of Booking Assistant Grade-2, one has to pass HSC or equivalent examination.

In addition, you need to have skills in computer management.

Railway Job Circular

The age of the candidate for application is between 18-30 years on 1st April. The maximum age for children of heroic freedom fighters and physically challenged candidates is 32 years. However, the grandchildren of the freedom fighters will not get age discount. In their case, the maximum age is 30 years. Affidavit of age proof is not admissible.

How to Apply for Railway Job

Candidates working in government, semi-government and autonomous organizations must apply through the appropriate authorities. Children of those who have worked in Bangladesh Railway for at least 20 years will get the benefit of pet quota. Interested and eligible candidates should apply through this website ( After filling the online application form properly, you need to upload color picture and signature. 300-300 size pictures and 300-80 size signatures should be scanned and added.

After submitting the application form, an application copy with user ID, photo and signature will be given. Using this user ID, you have to deposit the test fee of TK 100 and TK. 12 for Teletalk service charge through Teletalk number and a total of TK. 112 within 72 hours. Even if all the parts of the application form are filled and submitted, the application form will not be accepted till the examination fee is paid.

The mobile number given by the candidate in the application form should be kept active at all times. Because, next time, all the information related to the test will be sent via text message to this mobile phone. After applying, user ID and password will be sent via text message on mobile phone. Using it, you have to download the entry form with roll number, position name, photo, exam date, time and center name. This entry form must be shown at the time of participation in the written examination and at the time of passing the oral examination.

Candidates have to apply online and deposit money themselves. In this case, the authority will not be responsible if the candidate is deceived by applying through any other means. It is suggested in the notification to fill the application form and submit the fee in time without waiting for the last date and time. If you have any problem to apply, you can contact Teletalk number 121 or

After verification and selection of the application form, written and oral examination of the candidates will be taken. After passing the written test, one set of attested copy along with the original copy of all the certificates should be submitted during the oral test and one set of attested photocopies along with the completed application form should be submitted. Citizenship Certificate, Original Copy of National Identity Card and Original Copy of Muktijoddha Quota in case of Muktijoddha Quota should be submitted with the signature of Union Parishad Chairman / Mayor / Ward Councilor of City Corporation as proof of permanent resident of the district.

During the test, you have to participate in the test by following the hygiene rules related to Covid-19. If appointed to this post, the salary scale will be TK 9,800-23,490.

Deadline of Application on Railway Job

Applications will start from 7 April 2022. Applications can be submitted till 17 May 2022.

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Final result of primary teacher recruitment in early November

Publish: 02:24 PM, 07 Sep, 2022


The final result of primary teacher recruitment will be given in the beginning of November. Aminul Islam Khan, senior secretary of the ministry, gave this information at the press conference of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education on the occasion of International Literacy Day.

Aminul Islam Khan, the senior secretary of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, gave this information to the journalists after a press conference organized on the occasion of the International Literacy Day in the meeting room of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education at the Secretariat on Wednesday (September 7).

The written examination for the recruitment of 45 thousand assistant teachers in government primary schools has been completed. The oral exam is also at the end. Aminul Islam Khan, Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education said that the final result of this examination may be published in the first week of November.

He said, we have viva (oral examination) in some places also in October. It may not be possible to publish the final result in that month. Hopefully, in the first week of November, the final result of primary assistant teacher recruitment will be published.

45,000 primary school teacher recruitment circular was published in 2020. But the recruitment process started after two years due to corona situation. The results have been published in three phases after taking the written examination in 61 districts of the country. Accordingly, the oral examination is going on, but it is towards the end.

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45 thousand more government teachers will be appointed in primary

Publish: 02:04 PM, 27 Jul, 2022


State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Mo Zakir Hossain MP said that 45 thousand more quality primary teachers will be appointed for quality primary education. 45 thousand government teachers will be appointed this year through the currently ongoing examination system.

The state minister said this at the opening ceremony of the online teacher transfer program organized in the meeting room of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education at the secretariat on Wednesday (July 27) at noon.

Md Zakir Hossain said, to bring transparency in the transfer process, primary teachers will be transferred online from now on.

He said that the transfer program will be fully launched in the whole country from next month. Although the online upazila level teacher transfer program has been inaugurated, the country's metropolitan level transfer will remain closed for the time being.


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PSC guidelines for 44th BCS Preliminary candidates

Publish: 04:01 PM, 25 May, 2022


The 44th BCS Preliminary Examination will be held next Friday (May 27) in all parts of the country namely Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet, Rangpur and Mymensingh. The test will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The total marks of exams will be 200. The Public Service Commission (PSC) has already announced the seating arrangement for the examination.

According to a press release issued by the institute, the PSC has banned entry to the examination center with books, watches, mobile phones, ornaments and any other device during the preliminary examination.

PSC instructions

Bringing books, all kinds of watches, mobile phones, calculators, all kinds of electronic devices, any device like bank / credit card, jewelry, bracelets and bags are strictly prohibited in the preliminary examination center. No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination center with any prohibited materials.

In the presence of the Executive Magistrate-Police at the gate of the examination center, the candidates will have to enter the examination center by showing their entry materials. They will also be searched to find out if they have any prohibited materials with them including mobile phones, watches, electronic devices with the help of metal detectors.

SMS will be sent to all the candidates' mobile phones for not bringing the prohibited material mentioned on the day of examination.

Candidates should not cover their ears during the test, they should keep their ears open. If it is necessary to use any kind of hearing aid in the ear, the permission of the commission should be taken beforehand along with the advice of the specialist doctor.

If any candidate is found with any of the prohibited materials in the examination center, it will be confiscated and the candidate will be declared ineligible for future recruitment commission examination due to violation of the rules of Bangladesh Civil Service (Age, Eligibility and Direct Recruitment) Rules 2014.

The test will be held on Friday (May 26) from 10 am to 12 noon. Candidates have to take seats between 8:30 am and 9:25 am.

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Barishal University student gets job at Google

Publish: 11:51 AM, 10 Apr, 2022


A student of the University Barishal (BU) has recently been offered a job at Google, American company that is most commonly known as a search engine.

Abu Sayem Sefatullah, a Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) department student at BU of 2015-16 sessions, received a job offer for the post of software engineer at Google, said Assistant Professor of the department Md Mostafizur Rahman.

He took to social media for congratulating Sayem on his success. In his post, the Md Mostafizur said it was a great achievement for both the university and the department. 

“Sayem had earlier represented the university in International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) and National Collegiate Programming Contest (NCPC) through Team ‘Robotrush’. I am proud to be the official coach of this team in 2017-2020. Congratulations and best wishes for him. I hope other students of BU will follow his path,” said the post.

Talking to UNB, Abu Sayem said that all those who study at CSE want to get a job in tech company like Google. “I also had the same dream. I used to participate in programming contests since I was a first-year student.” 

“When I was in the 7th semester, I got an offer from Singapore. But I waited for an offer from Google which was my major target,” he said.

Google's interview process is long and difficult, he said adding that his interview started in November last year. 

“After going through many rounds and processes for months, I finally got the offer yesterday,” Sayem added.


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Signs of wrong career path and what to Do?

Publish: 09:56 AM, 13 Mar, 2022


A job that does not fulfill you is a bad job. It may be something you are good at, but it does not bring you happiness. If they are unable to maximize their natural talents and abilities, some people may feel that they are not in the correct vocation. Others, on the other hand, may feel as if they are working in the wrong field if they are not enthusiastic about their profession. When you feel caught in the wrong career, it's critical to follow your guts and make changes. Here are ten indicators that you're in the incorrect profession.

 Signs You Picked the Wrong Career

You are not passionate about your work

You may be in the wrong career if you are not passionate about your work. A study by Gallup found that only 13% of employees are engaged in their work. This means that they are passionate and enthusiastic about their work. Passion is one of the most important traits you can have as you progress in your career. It is closely linked to creativity, as well as a desire to make a difference. Those who are passionate about their work tend to be more productive. If you don't feel any passion, it is time to rethink your career.

You dread weekdays and feel excited for the weekend

It is typical for people to dread weekdays and feel excited for the weekend. For most people, this is a sign that they are in the wrong career. The reason for such a tendency is that people typically look forward to going home to relax after a long day of work. On the other hand, people who love their job typically look forward to going to work because it is something that they enjoy doing.

You feel like not making any difference

In today's society, it is often difficult to find a career that makes you feel like you are doing something significant. You might have been working in a certain field for years, but still you can feel like you are not getting in the right direction. You may feel like just spinning your wheels. Many people feel like they are not making a difference in their career, and this can be a sign that they are in the wrong career.

You do not like your boss or colleagues

In theory, you should like your boss and colleagues. They are the people with whom you work most closely, after all. But what if you do not get along with them? Maybe you do not like your boss because he or she is a micromanager. Or maybe your colleagues are always talking about their personal lives, and it's driving you crazy. If this sounds like you, it might be time to re-evaluate your career.

You don't have a support system at work

You spend the majority of your time working, so it is essential that you enjoy what you do. However, if you don't have a support system at work, it may be a sign that you are in the wrong career. If you don't have friends in your office, or people to rely on for help and support, it can be very difficult to make it through the day.

Your job is over your head

If you feel that your duties and responsibilities are over your head, it is a sign that you are in the wrong career. You should be feeling comfortable and confident in your work. If you are feeling overwhelmed and stressed, then it may be time for a change. It is important to find a job that makes you happy. The right career may throw challenges upon you, but the tasks are not supposed to overwhelm you.

You are not challenged in your job

When it comes to a career, many people want to work with challenges. Workspace challenges help the employees to learn new skills and grow constantly. What if there is no challenge in your job? It might be a sign that you are in the wrong career. Of course, there are some jobs that do not require many challenges. Are you one of those people who dare to learn and grow through diverse challenges, but not getting such scopes in their respective job? If yes, it is a sign that you need to make a change.

Work gives you burn out easily 

Work burnout is a state of physical or emotional exhaustion caused by overwork or stress or maybe the job you do not like. It is not uncommon to feel like you are constantly on the brink of burnout. If you are feeling burned out, it might be a sign that you are in the wrong career. After all, if you are not passionate about your work, it is going to be difficult to maintain your enthusiasm for long periods of time.

You are not giving your best

Have you ever felt like you are just going through the motions at work? Or, do you feel that you are not giving your best at your current job? If yes, then there is a possibility that you are stuck in the wrong career. Many people feel this way at some point in their careers, but if it is a consistent problem, it might be time to consider a change.

What to do if someone gets trapped in the wrong career?

If you have been in your career for a while and it is not what you thought it would be, don't worry. You are not alone. Many people feel stuck in the wrong career. 

The very first step is to admit that there is a problem in your workplace or career. Next, you need to assess your skills and interests. From there, you can start to look for a new career. It won't be easy, but with hard work and determination, you can find the right career for you.

Changing your career path can be a daunting task. But, for some, it's the only way to find true happiness in their work. There are many renowned people who made the switch and found success, such as Hollywood Star Brad Pitt, author Stephen King, Walt Disney, and others. 

Final Words

So far, we have discussed some unfailing signs that you are stuck in the wrong career. If you are experiencing any of the signs listed in this article, it may be time to reassess your career path. Don't be afraid to ask for help from family and friends or seek out professional advice. The important thing is to stay calm, think positive and keep moving forward.