BD NAVY Khulna Shipyard 105 Posts Circular 2016Bangladesh Navy has post their circular for BD NAVY Khulna Shipyard 105 Posts Circular 2016 for Khulna Shipyard Limited.
Company: Khulna Shipyard Limited, Khulna
☑☑Available Posts: 105 Posts
☑ Ship Building Fitter- 46 posts
☑ Welder- 18 Posts
☑ Gas Cutter- 17 Posts
☑ Grinder- 6 Posts
☑ Pipe Fitter- 8 posts
☑Electrician- 5 posts
☑ Driver (Mobile/ Barthcrane)- 3 posts
☑ Dresar Driver- 1 post
☑ Senior Supervisor- 1 post☑ For eligibility criteria download and see the circular.
☑ How to Apply: Please see the Circular for the details.
☑ Examination Date: 27, 30 & 31 October 2016.
☑☑ For more information: Bangladesh NAVY
BD NAVY Khulna Shipyard 105 Posts Circular 2016
The Bangladesh Navy (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ নৌবাহিনী; Bangladesh Nou Bahini) (NATO reporting name:BN) is the naval warfare branch of Bangladesh Armed Forces, responsible for Bangladesh’s 118,813 square kilometres (45,874 sq mi) of maritime territorial area, and the defense of important harbors, military bases and economic zones. The President of Bangladesh serves as the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy. The Chief of Naval Staff, usually a four-star officer in the rank of admiral, commands the navy. The Bangladesh Navy came into the existence during Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, and is headed by Admiral Mohammad Nizamuddin Ahmed.
Bangladesh Navy has 16,900 personnel on active duty and 8,000 in the reserve.[unreliable source?] It has 98 combat ships in active service. During wartime, Bangladesh Coast Guard, with strength of additional 57 combat ships and 1,282 personnel also falls under the command of the Navy. Bangladesh Navy has female sailors from 2016’s May as in this month’s 30th day 44 women were enlisted as sailors in the navy.
The primary role of Bangladesh Navy is to protect country’s economic and military interest at home and abroad. The Bangladesh navy is a front line disaster management force in Bangladesh and humanitarian missions abroad. It is a key regional player in counter terrorism efforts and engages in global peacekeeping with the United Nations source : wikipedia